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| 1. Introduction ................................................ [vs1000] |
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1. Contents ................................................. [vs1001] |
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2. About the Guide .......................................... [vs1002] |
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3. About the Authors ........................................ [vs1003] |
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a. Contact Us ............................................ [vs1004] |
| 2. Game Basics ................................................. [vs2000] |
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1. Controls ................................................. [vs2001] |
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2. Pokmon Basics ........................................... [vs2002] |
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a. Pokmon: An Overview .................................. [vs2003] |
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b. Type Chart ............................................ [vs2004] |
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c. EVs and IVs ........................................... [vs2005] |
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d. Pokmon Ins & Outs .................................... [vs2006] |
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e. Pokmon Battles ....................................... [vs2007] |
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f. Getting More Pokmon .................................. [vs2008] |
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g. About the Pokmon World ............................... [vs2009] |
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3. Team Building ............................................ [vs2010] |
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a. Picking & Choosing .................................... [vs2011] |
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b. Synergy ............................................... [vs2012] |
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c. Walkthrough Pokmon Advice ............................ [vs2013] |
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4. Pokmon Slang ............................................ [vs2014] |
| 3. Walkthrough ................................................. [vs3000] |
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1. The First Badge .......................................... [vs3001] |
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a. Opening ............................................... [vs3002] |
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b. Aquacorde Town ........................................ [vs3003] |
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c. Vanivelle Town ........................................ [vs3004] |
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d. Route 1 | Vanivelle Pathway ........................... [vs3005] |
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e. Aquaconde Town II ..................................... [vs3006] |
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f. Route 2 | Avance Trail ................................ [vs3007] |
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g. Santalune Forest ...................................... [vs3008] |
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h. Route 3 | Ouvert Way .................................. [vs3009] |
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i. Santalune City ........................................ [vs3010] |
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j. Route 22 | Dtourner Way .............................. [vs3011] |
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2. The Second Badge ......................................... [vs3012] |
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a. Route 4 | Parterre Way ................................ [vs3013] |
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b. Lumiose City .......................................... [vs3014] |
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c. Route 5 | Versant Road ................................ [vs3015] |
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d. Camphrier Town ........................................ [vs3016] |
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e. Sharbonneau Castle .................................... [vs3017] |
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f. Route 7 | Rivire Way ................................. [vs3018] |
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g. Route 6 | Palais Lane ................................. [vs3019] |
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h. Parfum Palace ......................................... [vs3020] |
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i. Route 6 | Palais Lane ................................. [vs3021] |
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j. Route 7 | Rivire Way ................................. [vs3022] |
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h. Connecting Cave | Zubat Roost ......................... [vs3023] |
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i. Route 8 (Cliff) | Marauille Coast ..................... [vs3024] |
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j. Ambrette Town ......................................... [vs3025] |
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k. Route 9 | Spikes Passage .............................. [vs3026] |
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l. Glittering Cave ....................................... [vs3027] |
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m. Ambrette Town II ...................................... [vs3028] |
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n. Route 8 (Ocean) | Marauille Coast ..................... [vs3029] |
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o. Cyllage Town .......................................... [vs3030] |
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3. The Third Badge .......................................... [vs3031] |
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a. Connecting Cave | Zubat Roost ......................... [vs3032] |
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b. Route 10 | Menhir Trail ............................... [vs3033] |
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c. Geosenge Town ......................................... [vs3034] |
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d. Route 11 | Miroir Way ................................. [vs3035] |
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e. Reflection Cave ....................................... [vs3036] |
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f. Shalour City .......................................... [vs3037] |
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g. Tower of Mastery ...................................... [vs3038] |
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h. Shalour City II ....................................... [vs3039] |
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i. Tower of Mastery II ................................... [vs3040] |
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4. The Fourth Badge ......................................... [vs3041] |
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a. Route 12 | Fourrage Road .............................. [vs3042] |
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b. Azure Bay ............................................. [vs3043] |
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c. Coumarine City ........................................ [vs3044] |
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5. The Fifth Badge .......................................... [vs3045] |
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a. Route 13 | Lumiose Badlands ........................... [vs3046] |
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b. Kalos Power Plant ..................................... [vs3047] |
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c. Lumiose City II ....................................... [vs3048] |
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6. The Sixth Badge .......................................... [vs3049] |

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a. Lumiose City III ...................................... [vs3050] |
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b. Route 3 | Ouvert Way .................................. [vs3051] |
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c. Route 22 | Dtourner Way .............................. [vs3052] |
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d. Ambrette Town III ..................................... [vs3053] |
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e. Route 8 (Ocean) | Marauille Coast ..................... [vs3054] |
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f. Cyllage City .......................................... [vs3055] |
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g. Route 14 | Laverre Natural Trail ...................... [vs3056] |
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h. Laverre City .......................................... [vs3057] |
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7. The Seventh Badge ........................................ [vs3058] |
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a. Pok Ball Factory ..................................... [vs3059] |
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b. Route 15 | Brun Way ................................... [vs3060] |
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c. Route 16 | Melacolie Path ............................. [vs3061] |
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d. Dendemille Town ....................................... [vs3062] |
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e. Frost Cavern .......................................... [vs3063] |
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f. Route 17 | Mamoswine Road ............................. [vs3064] |
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g. Anistar City .......................................... [vs3065] |
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8. The Eighth Badge ......................................... [vs3066] |
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a. Lumiose City IV ....................................... [vs3067] |
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b. Lysanadre Labs ........................................ [vs3068] |
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c. Geosenge Town ......................................... [vs3069] |
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d. Team Flare Secret HQ .................................. [vs3070] |
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e. Route 18 | Valle troite Way & Terminus Cave ......... [vs3071] |
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f. Couriway Town ......................................... [vs3072] |
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g. Route 19 | Grande Valle Way .......................... [vs3073] |
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h. Snowbelle City ........................................ [vs3074] |
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i. Route 20 | Winding Woods .............................. [vs3075] |
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j. Pokemon Village ....................................... [vs3076] |
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k. Snowbelle City II ..................................... [vs3077] |
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8. Elite 4 .................................................. [vs3078] |
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a. Route 21 | Dernire Way ............................... [vs3079] |
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b. Victory Road .......................................... [vs3080] |
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c. Pokmon League ........................................ [vs3081] |
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1. Postgame: The Basics ..................................... [vs4001] |
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a. Vaniville Town ........................................ [vs4002] |
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b. Lumiose City .......................................... [vs4003] |
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c. Kiloude City .......................................... [vs4004] |
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d. Friend Safari ......................................... [vs4005] |
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e. Anistar City .......................................... [vs4006] |
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f. Lumiose City II ....................................... [vs4007] |
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2. Legendary Pokmon ........................................ [vs4008] |
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a. Zygarde | Terminus Cave ............................... [vs4009] |
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b. Mewtwo | Pokmon Village .............................. [vs4010] |
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c. Birds | Roaming ....................................... [vs4011] |
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3. Waterfall-Accessible Areas ............................... [vs4012] |
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a. Route 22 | Dtourner Way .............................. [vs4013] |
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b. Chamber of Emptiness .................................. [vs4014] |
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c. Route 16 | Mlacolie Path ............................. [vs4015] |
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d. Frost Cavern .......................................... [vs4016] |
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e. Couriway Town ......................................... [vs4017] |
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4. New Fossils .............................................. [vs4018] |
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a. Glittering Cave ....................................... [vs4019] |
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b. Ambrette Town ......................................... [vs4020] |
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5. Looker Sidequest ......................................... [vs4021] |
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a. Lumiose City .......................................... [vs4022] |
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b. Lysandre Labs ......................................... [vs4023] |
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c. Lumiose City II ....................................... [vs4024] |
| 5. Supplementary Info .......................................... [vs5000] |
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1. Pokmon Locations ........................................ [vs5001] |
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a. Central Dex ........................................... [vs5002] |

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b. Coastal Dex ........................................... [vs5003] |
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c. Mountain Dex .......................................... [vs5004] |
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2. MoveDex .................................................. [vs5005] |
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a. Bug Moves ............................................. [vs5006] |
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b. Dark Moves ............................................ [vs5007] |
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c. Dragon Moves .......................................... [vs5008] |
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d. Electric Moves ........................................ [vs5009] |
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e. Fairy Moves ........................................... [vs5010] |
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f. Fighting Moves ........................................ [vs5011] |
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g. Fire Moves ............................................ [vs5012] |
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h. Flying Moves .......................................... [vs5013] |
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i. Ghost Moves ........................................... [vs5014] |
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j. Grass Moves ........................................... [vs5015] |
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k. Ground Moves .......................................... [vs5016] |
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l. Ice Moves ............................................. [vs5017] |
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m. Normal Moves .......................................... [vs5018] |
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n. Poison Moves .......................................... [vs5019] |
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o. Psychic Moves ......................................... [vs5020] |
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p. Rock Moves ............................................ [vs5021] |
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q. Steel Moves ........................................... [vs5022] |
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r. Water Moves ........................................... [vs5023] |
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s. TMs/HMs ............................................... [vs5024] |
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3. ItemDex .................................................. [vs5025] |
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a. Pok Balls ............................................ [vs5026] |
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b. Medicine .............................................. [vs5027] |
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c. Hold Items ............................................ [vs5028] |
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d. Evolutionary Items .................................... [vs5029] |
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e. Key Items ............................................. [vs5030] |
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f. Fossils ............................................... [vs5031] |
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g. Battle Items .......................................... [vs5032] |
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h. Vitamins .............................................. [vs5033] |
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i. Berries ............................................... [vs5034] |
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j. Miscelaneous .......................................... [vs5035] |
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4. Mega Evolution ........................................... [vs5036] |
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a. Mega Evolution: An Overview ........................... [vs5037] |
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b. Mega Stone Locations .................................. [vs5038] |
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5. Battle Chateau ........................................... [vs5039] |
| 6. Closing ..................................................... [vs6000] |
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1. Version History .......................................... [vs6001] |
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2. Legal .................................................... [vs6002] |
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3. Contributing ............................................. [vs6003] |
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4. Acknowledgements ......................................... [vs6004] |
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1.1
C o n t e n t s
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Welcome to our guide for Pokmon X and Pokmon Y! This guide should and will
cover everything pertinent to a complete walkthrough for either version of the
game, including all relevant information about the overworld compiled in
chronological order, item lists, Pokmon locations, and other useful tidbits of
information. You can get a general idea of what is in this guide by simply
looking at the Table of Contents (TOC) on top. That TOC will also allow you to
jump to said section with nifty little shortcuts. Anyway, both of us are very
proud of this guide, and we hope that you will use this resource to its
fullest--if there is anything that we can improve, please let us know! We love
hearing feedback! Without further ado, let's get on with the (Pokmon) show!
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A b o u t T h e G u i d e
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Our Pokmon X/Y guide is essentially a place to go for anything and everything
/specifically/ about Pokmon X and Y. This means that we only put in what's
relevant to your experience in this game. By extension, this should make
everything easy to find, which can be a major detriment to other information
sources (like Serebii) that try to tell you everything about everything.
Anyway, this guide can basically be divided into three major sections: how-toplay (team building, controls, and so on), the walkthrough (beginning-to-end
with no spoilers whatsoever), and the supplementary info (move lists, Pokmon
locations, and so on). Each major section serves its own use and is hence
formatted in its own way.
In this guide, we've tried to make everything as easy on the eyes as possible.
Some may view plain text as unappealing--we see it as a strength to
artistically and functionally present information in a manner that allows us
more control over how you view the information. Hopefully you see this as well.
Anyway, much of the information in this guide is presented from our own
experiences, though some of it may be derived from other sources and presented
more clearly.
This guide is also assembled with the help of a variety of people, most
importantly those who directly contribute to us via email, FaceBook, PM, or
whatever other method you can think of. Regardless, we find guide-writing to be
more of a collaboration between author and audience, so be sure to get in touch
with one or both of us if you think we can improve this guide.
Some various guide-wide indiosyncrasies you may see are SL's affinity for
Pok- balls, vin's affinity for hating Pokballs, and our constant bantering
using these little carrots (!):
<SL> Yo, vin, we're doing these, right?
This guide is being assembled in plain text formatting (.txt) with various
word processors such as NotePad and MetaPad.
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A b o u t T h e A u t h o r s
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This is our 15 minutes of fame in this guide, so please excuse our short selfpromotion/feeling-sappy sequence!
\ vinheim
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Hey guys how's it going? vin here bringing you a In-depth walkthrough for the
highly anticipated Pokmon game for the 3DS, Pokmon X & Y. This game brings in
a ton of new features that you'll be enjoying throughout the game. Officially,
I've been writing since 2004, but only started posting my guides until 2006,
reason why is that I was still unexperienced with computers and ended up losing
all my info because of virus problems.
The guides that I lost go from 2 Golden Sun guides, 1 for Dragon Quest 8 for
the PS2 and a part of Tales of Symphonia. I write for a wide array of games,
going from shooters to RPGs, whichever game I like, I just write for it. I got
into co-writing with Bkstunt, who is an awesome writer and a wonderful person.
I now get a chance to write with another awesome guy, and that's superluigi.
We've talked a lot lately and this guide got us even closer :).
So yeah, tag along as we bring you hopefully the best guide you can find for
the game, which is a blast to write and we have fun in the process. Cheers :)
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Hello, everyone, my name is super_luigi16, though most people call me
SuperLuigi or SL for short! I've been writing guides for almost two years now-it feels like its been a lot longer, trust me. My first guide was for Mario
Kart 7 (which I recommend getting if you haven't already), though I've written
about a dozen more for mostly Nintendo games on the DS, Wii, Wii U, and 3DS. I
recommend you check those out if you need help with a variety of Nintendo
first-parties. Anyway, I'm super happy to be working with vinheim, my esteemed
co-inhabitent of FCB. He also happens to be a pro at ASCII, but don't tell him
that or he'll think you're lying. ;)
But, yeah, working with vin is a total blast as we both tend to have a more
lighthearted way of writing, whilst putting the pedal-to-the-metal with things
like tables and other supplementary info. I'm also surprised that he wants to
put up with a total FAQing noob like me--especially when it comes to plain txt
guides like these as I usually write FFAQs. Eh, I guess you have to learn from
the best to be the best, right? Rrrrrright?
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This section is intended to inform you about the control schemes used in both
Pokmon X and Pokmon Y. Because Pokmon is an RPG (Role-Playing Game), each
button or input has quite a bit of functions, so we've tried to correctly
associate button to status to function: to match the input to the environment
to the output.
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P o k m o n B a s i c s
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So, for those of you who are new to Pokmon (or those who are familiar but
want to refresh their memory), this section serves as a general overview of
just what Pokmon is. In this section, we take you from the most basic premise
of Pokmon games in general to the concept of maximizing your Pokmon's
strength. Use each of the subsections in this section to their fullest.
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Firstly, let's talk about Pokmon. This game is a tactical turn-based RPG in
which you command pocket monsters or "Pokmon." These Pokmon can be trained up
from cute-little "monsters" to extreme, lean KOing machines. This is
accomplished by leveling up your Pokmon from the measly low levels at which
you will likely find him or her (most Pokmon have genders) up to level 100; it
is very time-consuming to level up to 100. Anyway, Pokmon come in all shapes,
sizes, forms, and types, which all affect a myriad of stats that determine
things like who goes first, how much damage an attack does, and which Pokmon
match well or poorly against other Pokmon.
Let's talk about these stats for a minute: there are six stats, each of which
determine a different aspect of your Pokmon's aptness for battle: HP, Attack,
Defense, Special Attack, Special Defense, and Speed.
o HP is rather self-explantory: it stands for "hit points," which means that
it is equivalent to the amount of health that your Pokmon has. Pokmon with
higher HP can take more damage before they faint or are "knocked out" (KOd).
When a Pokmon is KOd, it must be switched out to another Pokmon or you lose;
fainted Pokmon must be revived to be able to battle.
o Speed, is not paired with another stat, so we'll cover it here. Speed is

even easier to understand: Pokmon with higher Speed stats go first; those with
lower Speed stats go later. Speed, however, can be messed around with quite a
bit due to the existence of certain "Priority Moves." Basically, Priority Moves
are moves that bypass the Speed Stat and force a Pokmon to go earlier or later
than the opposing Pokmon as per the move's nature. For more on Priority Moves,
see the MoveDex!
The last four stats come in pairs: the "physical" stats, Attack and Defense,
and the "special" stats, S. Attack and S. Defense. The former two can be
thought of as pertaining to moves that physically harm another Pokmon; the
latter two can be used to refer to moves that harm through means like
psychokinetic powers or projectiles or "beams" and "auras." Anyway, Attack is
to Defense as Special Attack is to Special Defense: each pair of stats works
off of each other to produce the amount of damage taken from a single move.
Many things also affect the damage dealt, and we'll give you a basic rundown of
those here:
- Base Power: Each move has a base power that determines its strength in
relation to other moves.
- Status Ailments: Certain status ailments decrease attack, and other statuses
can lower or raise attack or defense.
- STAB (Same Type Attack Bonus): If the Pokmon is the same type as its attack,
the damage dealt will be increased by 1.5x.
- Type Matchups: The typing of the move, when compared to the typing of the
receiving Pokmon, can affect the strength of the move.
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Every Pokmon has a type. Some even have two types. These "types" can be
thought of as "elements," if you so choose. There are 18 types in total,
ranging from fire and water to fairy and dragon. Each type has a positive or
negative matchup against a few other types, though it will likely be neutral to
a majority of them.
Moves also have types, meaning that a move can have a favorable matchup
against the opposing Pokmon. Some type matchups make obvious sense; for
instance, if we use a water move (like Bubble) against a fire-type Pokmon
(like Charmander), we can deal 2x the amount of damage we would have ordinarily
dealt. Moreover, if our water-type move matches the type of the Pokmon using
the move (i.e., the Pokmon is a water-type), the damage will be increased by
another 1.5x of the original power.
This means that you're crappy water-type move like Bubble could 2.5x stronger
than it originally was! Furthermore, because Bubble is a special-attack, we
have to use the special attack and defense stats. If we're using a Pokmon with
a high special attack (like Mudkip) against a Pokmon with low special defense
(like Charmander), the damage will be even higher; vice-versa, if we're using a
Pokmon with low special attack (like Buizel) against a Pokmon with high
special defense (like Gardevoir), the damage dealt will be lower.
Anyway, so just how do all of the types match up? Check out the next section
for our complete type table!
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Type Chart
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The following chart shows you how every move type pairs up against the various
defending types. To make the chart easier to read, we've decided to only denote
matchups that /aren't/ neutral--those that are your ordinary 1.0x damage dealt.
A pairing where the defender only receives 0.5 times normal damage is usually
referred to as a "resistant" typing while the move is "not very effective"
(NVE). A pairing where the defender receives receives 2.0 times normal damage
is usually referred to as "weak," while the move is "super-effective" (SE).
Finally, a pairing where the defender does not receive any damage is referred
to as "immune," while the the move is referred to as "null."
Furthermore, I have abbreviated some of the types below; of those are that are
abbreviated, here are their elongated names: Norm = Normal, Fght = Fighting,
Psn = Poison, Grnd = Ground, Ghst = Ghost, Stl = Steel, Watr = Water, Grss =
Grass, Ele = Electric, Psy = Psychic, Drag = Dragon, Fry = Fairy. Finally,
some other miscellaneous notes:
o If the defender has multiple types, the move's effect on each individual
type can be multiplied together to get the overall effect. For instance, a
grass type attack is both SE against ground (2.0x) and rock (2.0x), meaning
that the defender will receive 4.0x normal damage. There is no common name
to refer to such matchups.
o If a Pokmon is immune to an attack, it will also not be subject to other
effects of the attack.
o One attack, Curse, is ??? type. Its typing is irrelevant, though, as it only
inflicts status ailments.
o Certain types are extraordinarily weak (Ice, Bug, etc.), while others are
stronger/more resistant (Steel, Water, etc.). Keep that in mind when
developing a team.

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Norm| | | | | |0.5| |0.0|0.5| | | | | | | | |
----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--Fght|2.0| |0.5|0.5| |2.0|0.5|0.0|2.0| | | | |0.5|2.0| |2.0|0.5
----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--Fly | |2.0| | | |0.5|2.0| |0.5| | |2.0|0.5| | | | |
----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--Psn | | | |0.5|0.5|0.5| |0.5|0.0| | |2.0| | | | | |2.0
----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--Grnd| | |0.0|2.0| |2.0|0.5| |2.0|2.0| |0.5|2.0| | | | |
----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--Rock| |0.5|2.0| |0.5| |2.0| |0.5|2.0| | | | |2.0| | |
----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--Bug | |0.5|0.5|0.5| | | |0.5|0.5|0.5| |2.0| |2.0| | |2.0|0.5
----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--Ghst|0.0| | | | | | |2.0| | | | | |2.0| | |0.5|
----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--Stl | | | | | |2.0| | |0.5|0.5|0.5| |0.5| |2.0| | |2.0
----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--Fire| | | | | |0.5|2.0| |2.0|0.5|0.5|2.0| | |2.0|0.5| |
----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--Watr| | | | |2.0|2.0| | | |2.0|0.5|0.5| | | |0.5| |
----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--Grss| | |0.5|0.5|2.0|2.0|0.5| |0.5|0.5|2.0|0.5| | | |0.5| |
----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---

Ele | | |2.0| |0.0| | | | | |2.0|0.5|0.5| | |0.5| |


----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--Psy | |2.0| |2.0| | | | |0.5| | | | |0.5| | |0.0|
----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--Ice | | |2.0| |2.0| | | |0.5|0.5|0.5|2.0| | |0.5|2.0| |
----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--Drag| | | | | | | | |0.5| | | | | | |2.0| |0.0
----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--Dark| |0.5| | | | | |2.0| | | | | |2.0| | |0.5|0.5
----|---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+---+--Fry | |2.0| |0.5| | | | |0.5|0.5| | | | | |2.0|2.0|
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2.2.c
EVs and IVs
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Finally, let's shed some light on the "hidden stats" in Pokmon (well, the
hidden stats that actually affect your Pokmon... there are a lot of hidden
stats that affect other things). EVs and IVs both affect your Pokmon's core
six stats, but they do so in different ways.
Firstly, EVs, or Effort Values, is the easier of the two to understand and to
manipulate. Basically, "Effort Values" implies its own properties... when your
Pokmon battles, it gains EVs upon defeating Pokmon. These EVs directly
correlate into a minor stat increase, awarded at the next level-up, to the stat
affected by the EV. The ratio is 4:1, so that means for every four (4) EVs
gained, you earn a stat increase of one (1). Different Pokmon give out
different EVs and different amounts of EVs upon being defeated; for instance,
Bulbasaur gives out one S. Attack EV while Venusaur gives out two S. Attack EVs
and one S. Defense EV. As you can tell, the amount of EVs awarded usually
correlates to both the Pokmon's individual strengths (the Bulbasaur line is
especially strong with special attacks/defense) and the Pokmon's actual
strength (Venusaur is much stronger than Bulbasaur, so it gives out more EVs).
Well, let me backtrack a bit; we were lying when we said that EVs are a
"hidden stat." They /used/ to be hidden; in Gen VI, they are now visible.
However, we usually still refer to them as such because of their mysterious
nature and the weird way of increasing EVs. Anyway, EVs sound great and all
(hey, I can I have infinite stats, right!?), but they have a cap. You can only
attain 510 EVs, and you can only reach 252 EVs in one stat before they start
becoming irrelevant. Hence, most trainers attempt to carefully track their EVs
with all sorts of different tracking methods. Ordinarily, when we want to talk
about EV splits on the Internet, we'll often refer to them like this:
Tyranitar

252Attack/200Speed/56HP
EVs can be more easily trained via Super Training, which is covered in the
What's New? section.
IVs are a truly hidden stat, and they are largely uncontrollable unless you
are hacking (which is not possible at the moment). By "largely," we mean that,
unless you are willing to spend hours and hours on end, you will never, ever
be able to get your IVs half-perfect, let alone perfect. Basically, IVs are
base stat bonuses assigned to your Pokmon upon hatching (see Ins & Outs) or
upon creation (e.g., when battled in the wild, in-game traded, etc.). Once said
Pokmon has been created, it will have inherent stat bonuses that will become
more and more apparent over time. At level 100, these stat bonuses can be as
high as 31 or as low as 0; hence, all IVs are assigned on a scale of 0-31.

IVs affect each of your core stats, and every Pokmon has its own IV "spread."
What we mean by that is, while your Pokmon has a core stat spread with things
like HP at 120, etc., that Pokmon also has a spread of IVs with an HP IV at
something like 12. Reviewing what we covered earlier, this 12 means that the
Pokmon will have a whopping 12 more HP than it should have if we were to add
up all of the other variables. Anyway, the IV spread cannot be changed once
you obtain this Pokmon. However, there are a variety of ways to manipulate
IVs when "breeding" Pokmon, but this gets very complex and annoying, so we'll
talk more about this in another section TBD.
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2.2.d
Pokmon Ins & Outs
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Remember how we mentioned breeding in the last section? Well, with a game as
expansive of Pokmon, there are a ton of things that just can't be easily
grouped together... we're going to try to cover those here.
\ Breeding
\
In-Game, you will eventually discover a place where you can leave Pokmon to
level-up over time. You will be able to leave /two/ Pokmon. Why is the fact
that two Pokmon are left important? Because these Pokmon can breed. Over
time, if these two Pokmon are "compatible," you may discover that these
Pokmon produced an Egg with another Pokmon inside of it. Over time, this Egg
will hatch, giving you a pre-evolved Pokmon of the mother.
Wait, wait, wait, so what about this "compatibility" thing? Well, in order to
get an Egg, you need both a mother and a father (a male and a female, unless
you're using a Ditto, which can breed with anything) and you need these parents
to be of the same "Egg Group." Egg Groups are groups of Pokmon that are able
to breed with each other. Pokmon can be in up to two Egg Groups, meaning that
they can breed with a lot of other Pokmon. Moreover, some Pokmon cannot be
bred, period. This "unbreedable" group includes baby Pokmon like Pichu and
Igglybuff and legendaries like Yveltal and Xerneas.
However, there are a /ton/ of hitches when it comes to breeding. We'll gloss
over a few of them here:
o Ordinarily, a bred Pokmon will be the most unevolved Pokmon of the
evolutionary line. However, in some evolutionary lines, it will go to the
second-least evolved member of the family because of pre-evolutions. To
breed to those pre-evolutions (like Pichu and Igglybuff), one of the parents
will need to be holding certain items.
o If both parents know a move that the child Pokmon will learn by leveling,
the offspring will be hatched knowing that move.
o A lot of Pokmon have "Egg Moves," which are moves that can only be learned
for that Pokmon if the father knows that move. For instance, Bulbasaur can
only learn Skull Bash via breeding with a father that knows Skull Bash.
o The amount of time it takes to "hatch" a Pokmon varies. Hatching is induced
by walking a certain amount of steps; also, certain Pokmon abilities like
Flame Body will speed up the breeding process. The most efficient way to
hatch is to find a long straightaway where you can bike up and down without
hindrance and to have both the Egg and a Pokmon with Flame Body in the
party.

o There are all sorts of things that affect a Pokmon's "affinity" with
another Pokmon (higher affinity = less time to breed). Having Pokmon from
different trainers decreases time taken to breed. Having the same species
also decreases breeding time.
o Three sets of IVs are inherited from the parents: which parent and which
stats are unknown until the Pokmon is hatched. The other three IVs are
random. Certain stats can have their IV "forced" onto the offspring with
various held items.
o Bred Pokmon are naturally a "blank slate," so to speak. This means that
they have no EVs and are hatched at level 1.
o An Everstone increases the chance of passing an ability down to your
Pokmons' offspring. This includes hidden abilities.
\ Experience
\
We've talked quite a bit about leveling-up, and we've graced the concept of
"evolving," but we haven't quite taken the time to explain the two concepts.
The most basic way to put it is the following: when your Pokmon defeats
another Pokmon, it gains experience. Period. The amount of experience given is
determined by quite a few different factors: what level the opponent Pokmon
is, which Pokmon it is, what item is held, whether the Pokmon was traded or
not, and whether the opposing Pokmon is trained or wild. Putting these all
together: Pokmon gain more experience when the opponent is higher-leveled,
trained by a trainer, has higher "base" experience, and when the Pokmon used
is holding experience-boosting held items and was traded from another source.
When a certain amount of experience is gained (this amount is dictated by the
Pokmon's base experience needed and its level), the Pokmon will level-up.
This process of leveling-up both strengthens the Pokmon and requires it to
gain a comparatively larger amount of experience before leveling-up again. Over
time, leveling-up may eventually lead to evolution. "Evolution" describes the
time when your Pokmon transforms from a weaker Pokmon to a larger, more
powerful Pokmon of the same line. Evolution always occurs with the same
conditions, though these conditions will vary from Pokmon to Pokmon; for
instance Chimchar evolves at level 14 while Piplup evolves at level 16.
Moreover, many Pokmon evolve in "weird" ways, hinging on concepts like
friendship or holding a specific item at a certain time during the day. More on
particular methods of evolution can be found at a variety of sources on the
web, but we do not cover it in this guide for the sake of pertinence. We do,
however, cover Mega Evolutions later on in this guide.
\ Held Items
\
Each Pokmon can also "hold" certain items, which are assigned specifically by
the trainer. While there are tons and tons of items with many different
effects, they usually serve to improve the Pokmon's chances in battle. Held
items, however, are better covered in the ItemDex--check it out for more info!
\ Abilities
\
Abilities are just that--Pokmon specific abilities. Each Pokmon has a set of
abilities that it can "pull from" upon creation; usually, this pool is just one
or two abilities, though some others are available from other sources like Mega

Evolutions and the Dream World. Nevertheless, abilities generally have some
sort of in-game effect, whether producing certain weather effects (Drought) or
inducing status ailments (Static) or even randomly earning items (Pickup).
Abilities come from far and wide, and can be very easily controlled during
breeding as there are usually only one or two possibilities. For more on
specific abilities and their effects, check out the AbilityDex later in this
guide!
\ Friendship
\
While this is mostly just a breeding/evolution mechanic, friendship refers to
the bond between a particular Pokmon and the trainer. Certain Pokmon evolve
when they have high friendship levels while certain moves have higher or lower
power based off of the Pokmon's friendship (Return and Frustration).
Friendship is an active dynamic, changing based off of various in-game events.
Certain events can increase friendship: walking with your Pokmon, leveling it
up, catching it in a Luxury Ball, giving it a Soothe Bell (doubles friendship
gain from other activities), and so on. Other events can decrease friendship:
fainting in battle, giving herbs/bitter healing items, etc.
\ Natures
\
Each Pokmon also has a randomly assigned nature upon being created. These
"natures" are basically indications of the Pokmon's personality, and they can
actually have rather drastic effects on the core stats. Most natures add to one
stat and subtract from another, leading to upper trajectories and lower
trajectories. There are, however, some natures that do not affect your Pokmon
at all. All natures can be assembled into a table, like the one below. Peruse
it at your pleasure!
D E C R E A S E D S T A T
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( D I S L I K E D F L A V O R ) V
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| Attack | Defense | Sp. Atk | Sp. Def | Speed |
_____________|__(Spicy)__|___(Sour)__|___(Dry)___|_(Bitter)__|__(Sweet)__|
F||||||
I A Attack |
| Lonely | Adamant | Naughty | Brave |
N V (Spicy)_|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|
C O ||||||
R R Defense | Bold
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| Impish |
Lax
| Relaxed |
E I _(Sour)_|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|
A T ||||||
S E Sp. Atk | Modest | Mild
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Rash | Quiet |
E
_(Dry)__|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|
D F ||||||
L Sp. Def |
Calm | Gentle | Careful |
| Sassy |
S A (Bitter)|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|
T V ||||||
A O Speed | Timid | Hasty | Jolly | Naive |
|
T R (Sweet)_|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|
A ||||||
/|\NO CHANGE | Bashful | Docile | Hardy | Quirky | Serious |
| ________|___________|___________|___________|___________|___________|

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2.2.e
Pokmon Battles
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Up to this point, this section has mostly pertained to what Pokmon /are/. Now
we're about to cover just how Pokmon interact with one another in the most
familiar of environments: the battlefield. Pokmon battles constitute the vast
majority of your play time and of your strategical thought. Hence, it's
important to know how battling works. This section will give you an overview.
Pokmon battles are turn-based, meaning that everyone in the battle gets a
turn. As mentioned in earlier sections, the move order is most often decided by
Speed, but there are some other factors that can and will effect some of your
battles. Anyway, each Pokmon dukes it out, attacking each other in this turnsequence until one of the Pokmon faints or is knocked-out (the two terms are
interchangeable in this guide). In trainer battles, one must KO all members of
the opposing trainer's team to win the battle. A trainer can have up to six
Pokmon in their team, for the record.
During battles, a lot of factors come into play. Firstly, all of the stats,
and other mechanics mentioned above are often pertinent: IVs, EVs, core stats,
abilities, natures, and so on all become an integral part of a battle.
Secondly, aspects such as Pokmon type and and their moves are absolutely
critical to interpreting those stats; if a Pokmon can accurately exploit its
opponent's weaknesses in a strategic manner, that Pokmon will win. Thirdly,
there are a whole bunch of battle-specific mechanics that become relevant upon
entrance to the battlefield: weather, status ailments, and double/triple/
rotation setups. Synergy is critical. All of these aspects come together to
make a Pokmon battle far more unique than most other RPGs.
Anyway, so during battle, there are quite a few basic commands. They are:
o Attack! Use one of your moves to attack, defend, inflict a status ailment,
or change the field. (See the MoveDex)
o Item! Use an item to recover or sabotage your opponent! (See the ItemDex)
o Party! Switch to another Pokmon on your team!
o Flee! You can only flee wild battles, and only when your Pokmon has higher
speed.
When you enter a battle, your lead Pokmon will enter. Oftentimes, we'll refer
to this Pokmon as the "lead," and, in competitive battling, your lead can
basically determine whether you are going to win or lose a match. Anyway, the
lead is the top-left Pokmon on your Party screen. In the event that the battle
involves two or three Pokmon from your party, the hierarchy is top-left, topright, middle-left, middle-right, and so on. Once your Pokmon enters the
battle, it will be on you to decide where to go from there.
If your setup is favorable, it would be a good idea to start instigating your
main strategy (usually attacking) upon entry to the battle. If not, you'll want
to switch out to another Pokmon that can better handle your opponent. The
battle will likely be a test of who has more power, though, occassionally,
strategy can be relevant. In the case that your Pokmon is taking a beating,
use items or healing moves to heal accordingly. Other than that basic advice,
we can't really tell you much more; Pokmon is something you learn, not
something you're taught.
Pulling back to some of the battle-specific mechanics, let's talk about the
weather! Basically, weather is an environmental mechanic that affects Pokmon's

moves and abilities in drastically different ways; there are four different
types of weather. Each type and its effects are described below!
o Sunny: Sunnyness is one of the most prominent weather mechanics, and it is
often induced by the move Sunny Day. It can also be started with abilities
such as Drought (Groudon). When it is sunny in the field, Fire-type moves
are strengthened by a factor of 2.0x while Water-type moves are weakened by
a factor of 0.5x. Moreover, certain moves, like Solar Beam and Moonlight,
are affected by sunny weather. A lot of Grass-type Pokmon also have
abilities that strengthen them during sunny conditions.
o Rainy: Raining is /the/ most common weather ailment as it is not only
produced by a wide array of Pokmon but it is also common in-game (i.e., it
is induced as a normal weather element when the battle begins). Rainy Day is
used to create rainy conditions. While raining, Fire-type moves are weakened
by a factor of 0.5x and Water-type moves are strengthened by a factor 2.0x.
Some abilities are also activated with rain, such as Swift Swim. Finally,
some, miscallenous moves are enhanced or deterred by rain, such as Thunder,
which has its accuracy shoot up to 100% in rainy conditions.
o Sandstorm: Prevalent in deserts, sandstorm conditions can be very annoying
as, for every turn that Sandstorm is active, slight damage will be dealt to
every non-Ground/Rock/Steel Pokmon on the field. The damage is
approximately one-twentieth of your Pokmon's total HP. A variety of Pokmon
can induce sandstorm simply by entering battle with Sand Stream, while other
Pokmon can start a sandstorm with the move Sandstorm (confusing, right?).
Some Pokmon will also benefit from their abilities that activate in
sandstorm conditions. However, not that many moves or abilities hinge on
sandstorm, given its rarer ocurrences.
o Hail: The least common weather ailment, hail is induced in snowy fields,
with certain abilities (Snow Warning), and with the move Hail. Like
sandstorm, Hail deals perpetual damage to all non-Ice-type parties on the
field, whittling away approximately one-twentieth of the Pokmon's health
per turn. Some moves (Blizzard) and abilities (Snow Cloak) are activated
under Hail, but its such a rare weather that you will not often encounter
these icy conditions.
The other major aspect of battling is status ailments, both core-stat-based
and otherwise. These statuses usually are afflicted on your Pokmon during
battle, and they persist from battle to battle. They can be healed by a variety
of items, though we will not cover those until the ItemDex. Let us briefly
cover each of the so-called "major" status ailments that you will likely
encounter in battle:
o Poison: One of the more common statuses, Poison deals continuous damage to
the Pokmon at the end of every turn. There are quite a few moves and
abilities that afflict poison, most notably Poison-type moves and abilities
like Effect Spore. There is also a stronger version of Poison called TOXIC,
and the amount of damage it deals steadily increases over time.
o Paralysis: Another common status, Paralysis limits your success of attacking
to 50%. Basically, your attack has a 50% chance of being executed or not,
and then the accuracy is factored in. Paralysis also shaves your Pokmon's
Speed stat in half. This status is inflicted by certain Electric-type moves
and abilities like Static.
o Burn: Similar to Poison, a Burn status deals a slightly higher amount of
damage after each turn. However, Burn is less common because there are far
fewer Pokmon with abilities that inflict Burn (Flame Body) and a lower

chance and prevalence of moves that can cause Burn. A Burn status also cuts
your Pokmon's physical Attack in half.
o Frozen: The least common status ailment, a Frozen status relegates your
Pokmon to irrelevancy as it attempts to thaw. There are very few moves (and
no abilities?) that inflict a Frozen status, and these moves only do so
rarely. Frozen can take two to five moves to be removed, or it can be
removed with Fire-type moves automatically.
o Confusion: This status doesn't show up in the normal way that other statuses
do, and Confusion can be gotten rid of by simply withdrawing or swapping the
Pokmon afflicted with this status. Confusion gives your Pokmon a 50%
chance of either attacking the correct target or attacking itself. It can
attack itself even if the move used wasn't an attack. Confusion usually
wears off in two to five turns, and can be very annoying.
Other statuses and stat-adjusting moves crop up from time-to-time. Usually,
these involve the core stats or some of the battle-specific stats. The two main
battle-specific stats are Evasiveness and Accuracy. Evasiveness describes a
Pokmon's inherent ability to avoid attacks. In battle, evasiveness is usually
0, but it can be increased to enhance your Pokmon's ability to evade. In
battles with other trainers, evasiveness-enhancing moves are usually prohibited
or frowned upon as they can "break" the combat. On the other hand, Accuracy can
be adjusted. Each move already has its own accuracy stat, but a Pokmon can
have its accuracy increased or decreased, affecting the move accuracy.
Basically, all of these stats--move accuracy, Pokmon accuracy, and
evasiveness--come together to determine whether a move will hit or not.
Battles are very complex, and it can be difficult to explore every relevant
piece of information (held items, abilities, and so on). But, in this section,
we've tried to cover the core mechanics relevant to each battle.
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Getting More Pokmon
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So just how do we get more Pokmon? Well, there are a variety of methods,
though the most prevalent one is capturing Pokmon directly. Other methods
include trading, receiving gift Pokmon, or breeding. This section will attempt
to cover the more prominent methods, though we make no claim to disemminate
info on every possible method to get Pokmon.
\ Capturing
\
Obviously, this is the most direct way of earning more Pokmon. Whenever you
battle wild Pokmon (not trainers!), you have the ability to capture the
opposing Pokmon with Pokballs. Pokballs are basically the contraption that
hold Pokmon when they're not in battle; they are the reason why you can only
have six Pokmon with you at any one time... as opposed to one million.
Anyway, the general idea behind capturing Pokmon is to weaken the wild
Pokmon to one-fourth of its health or lower, inflict it with non-harmful
statuses like Paralysis (optional!), and then to throw Pokballs at it until it
gives. Different Pokmon have varying degrees of catchableness, depending on a
pre-determined "Capture Rate." The game does not give you this rate in-game; in
earlier generations, they were extracted from the game via hacking.
Extrapolating from the data, the Pokmon community was able to deduce a formula
which we will not tell you for the sake of clarity. Basically, some Pokmon
are very hard to catch (fully-evolved Pokmon and legendaries) while others are

extremely easy to catch (NFEs).


The capture process is rather easy, but there are a lot of other factors
around to complicate capturing a Pokmon. Firstly, if a wild Pokmon battle is
a double battle, you must KO the undesired Pokmon before you can attempt to
catch the desired Pokmon. Secondly, there are many capture mediums, and they
have varying effects on the capture rate; things like Great Balls and Ultra
Balls increase capture effectiveness while other Pokballs have other special
effectivenesses. Consult the ItemDex for a complete listing. Thirdly, when your
Pokmon get to be too high of a level to successfully weaken a Pokmon without
KOing it, you will need the use of moves like False Swipe, which will leave the
target Pokmon with 1 HP.
\ Trade
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There are a few in-game trades, but the actual subjects of those trades are
covered in the Pokmon Locations section. Basically, the idea behind a trade is
that you get a Pokmon and the other party gets a Pokmon in return. The trade
may not be objectively equal, but that's okay--it simply needs to be acceptable
to both parties. However, most in-game trades require specific Pokmon in
exchange for a specific Pokmon; online trades allow you trade anyone and
everyone any and every Pokmon you could conceive of; there are very few, if
any, limitations.
\ Gifts
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Some Pokmon are gifted to you in-game; your starter is one such Pokmon.
While there aren't too many gift Pokmon, we've given you a complete listing in
the Pokmon Locations section, so you should check it out! Anyway, the idea
behind a gift Pokmon is that it is a gift--no returns necessary. Simply take
it and run! Easy, huh?
For breeding, see the above section "Pokmon Ins & Outs." We have an extensive
section on breeding there.
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2.2.g
About the Pokmon World
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Thus far, we've discussed a lot about Pokmon species, but we haven't touched
on the world around Pokmon--the region, the trainers, the setup, the story,
and so on. While we're not going to go spoiling anything with regards to names,
spoilers, or other game-related info, we are going to give you a very general
overview of just what Pokmon games are like. This section should frame your
experience with Pokmon, and give you a bit of background the game can
sometimes be hard pressed to provide.
You control the avatar of the game. This avatar is your main portal to
interact with the Pokmon world. Oftentimes, "you" have always wanted Pokmon,
but you weren't old enough or ready to venture out into the world. Shortly into
the game, your local Pokmon expert will give you your first Pokmon (a
starter) in exchange for your help finding the rest of the Pokmon of the
region.
Meanwhile, as you go along your adventure, you will end up developing an
indestructible team of Pokmon so that you can become the strongest trainer in
the region. In order to achieve this, you will end up traversing through
various dungeons and beating eight "gyms." These gyms are places where trainers

congregate to improve their skills under a particular head trainer (a gym


leader); they all specialize in a certain type, allowing you to easily exploit
their aggragate weaknesses (the gym leader will usually have some ways around
this, though). After defeating the region's eight gyms, you will be able to
challenge the Elite 4 and vie for the title of Pokmon Champion.
What about the region? Well, Kalos, our new region this time around is just as
diverse as our previous realms of exploration. Basically, each region can be
thought up of as a congregation of cities/towns (where basic services are),
Routes (which connect towns to one another) and dungeons (which appear on some
routes or in other areas). Add these all together and you get a Pokmon region.
In each town, you can expect to find various services that will become
familiar to you over time. For instance, the Pokmon Center will be your best
friend; in this place, you can revive your Pokmon with Nurse Joy or buy
healing and/or battle-related items for your journey. Most towns will also have
a variety of unique services that can only be found in said town--like the Move
Deleter or the Name Rater. We will cover these in much more detail throughout
the Walkthrough--don't worry!
In the field, HMs have returned to wreak havoc on your Pokmon's movesets.
Basically, HMs (which are similar to TMs) allow your Pokmon to traverse field
obstacles like water, rocky caves, or foggy conditions by circumventing (or
destroying) the impeding obstacle. Many of these impediments appear in
dungeons. Speaking of dungeons, these tend to be the most unforgiving parts of
the game as you usually have extended periods of trainer and wild battles with
very little healing. Mind you, when we say "dungeons," we're usually referring
to areas like caves, forests, and abandoned buildings--not castles.
Of course, there is so much more that we simply cannot cover for the sake of
timeliness. Most of this section should be helpful to those new to the game;
however, the next section should include useful tidbits to nearly everyone,
veteran or not! Onward!
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2.3
T e a m B u i l d i n g
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Whereas the previous section covered most, if not all, of the basics of
Pokmon, this section will cover the more strategic aspects of Pokmon, such as
building a balanced team and choosing the right Pokmon. /This section does not
teach you how to battle/. Rather, we hope that this section will give you the
tools necessary to start thinking like a Pokmon trainer.
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Picking & Choosing
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There are around 450 Pokmon in the Kalos, so, obviously, picking Pokmon is
one of the hardest processes in the game. Most Pokmon are very unique,
complicating the process even further. How do you even go about picking /one/
Pokmon, let alone six?
Well, part of it is subjective judgment, the other part is objective facts.
Not all Pokmon are created equal; otherwise, every battle would be solely
based on trainer skill and Pokmon level. That is not the case. There are

plenty of Pokmon like Dunsparce, Zubat, and Magikarp that are utterly
unusable... then there are the Pokmon like Scizor, Lucario, Gyarados, and
Skarmory that are used and adored by many. This discrepensy is not without
merit. Even among fully evolved Pokmon, some shine while others--like
Staraptor, Fearow, Mothim, and others--fail.
Just what goes into choosing good Pokmon and starting a team? At first, we
recommend that you choose based off of looks. Every Pokmon has potential (the
level of which just varies, as described above), so you can usually actively
capitalize on said potential. Even if you choose one of the "bad" Pokmon
above, good can come from them. This is usually derived from various measures
that you will take to optimize your Pokmon's performance in battle.
In order to illustrate this scenario, let's take one of the first Pokmon we
can catch and transform it into a OHKOing machine. On Route 2, SL decides to
catch a Pidgey. Pidgeot--the final evolution of Pidgey--is decent, but it is by
no means the Pokmon you'd ask to watch your back compared to the many other
Pokmon in this game. But how can SL take this Pokmon from zero to almosthero? Let's take a look:
(1) Evolve Quickly: Pidgey is extraordinarily weak stats-wise (though he--yes,
SL's Pidgey is a he--does learn some decent moves like Gust early on), so
evolving as quickly as possible is highly recommended. SL will want to make
evolution pushes when Pidgey nears Level 18 and when Pidgeotto nears Level 36.
(2) Optimize Pidgeot's Moveset: Pidgeot can learn Roost. That's a /big/ deal.
That means we can use moves like Brave Bird and adequately deal with the recoil
damage with Roost. Preferrably, we'd want at least one strong phsyical Flyingtype attack. We'd also want Roost. What about our other two moves? Well, under
the best of circumstances, we'd want to give SL's Pidgeot something like U-turn
for more type coverage (Psychics, Darks, etc.). The last move could vary a lot;
Heat Wave for more type coverage (Steels, Ice), Giga Impact for a very strong
move, Pursuit because of Pidgeot's speed, or even something like Toxic or SandAttack if we'd rather wait out our opponent, biding time with Roost.
Regardless, we have at least a few ideas for SL's Pidgeot's moveset, making it
as effective as possible.
(3) Give Pidgeot a Held Item: Pidgeot has a /lot/ of weaknesses, so we need to
try and minimize the possibility of an OHKO. Adding more coverage is certainly
good, but we still don't have many options for moves like Thunderbolt. Thundertype moves could certainly be OHKOs. Hence, we need to deal with them
adequately. A Focus Sash would be highly recommend for SL's Pidgeot as a Focus
Sash allows a Pokmon to withstand one attack that would ordinarily KO it.
Type-resisting berries may also be a good idea.
(4) Adjust as Necessary: Not every plan is perfect. We obviously need to tweak
this blueprint as we progress through the game; for instance, we might need to
add more coverage for Ice-types, so Heat Wave might be a must. We also may
decide that we never need Roost as we're either getting OHKO'd or NVE'd, making
Roost irrelevant. These are just some sample concerns; if SL finds more, he
should adapt the plan to meet /his/ needs. If all else fails, SL may need to
abandon Pidgeot and try another Pokmon.
Ultimately, the Pokmon shouldn't be (too much of) a hindrance to the trainer,
no matter how "sub-par" or "demeaned it is in the competitive sphere. Pokmon
games allow you to transform nearly any zero into a hero, so it's simply a
matter of dedication.
So we've chosen maybe one or two Pokmon that we like--what now? Well,
constructing a team is a much more complex process as there are a lot of

dynamic, moving parts that complicate the process. So, when building a team of
Pokmon, what are some of the concerns that we need to take into account? Let's
use SL for another example; his favorite Pokmon is Lucario, so we should build
him a team around Lucario.
(1) Type Coverage: Each type has different coverages and weaknesses, making the
Pokmon world very complex. Hence, when you're constructing a team, you need to
accurately balance types so as to cover a lot of weaknesses. If SL were to, for
instance, make an all-Steel-type team with Lucario at the helm, SL would have
massive weaknesses to Fire-types, Ground-types, and Fighting-types. Even with
Steel-Flying-types (for Fighting-types), Steel-Grass-types (for Ground-types),
and Steel-Water-types (for Fire-types), SL's team will still have weaknesses.
Moreover, an all-Steel team would have trouble dealing with ordinary Watertypes, even though Steel is not weak to Water. Hence, type coverage is
necessary.
<SL> As an aside, making a solo-type-team can be a lot of fun if you're up for
the challenge! For the sake of this guide, we just want you to be most ready
for future difficulties.
What Pokmon do we give SL then? Well, we give him Pokmon that (a) he likes
and (b) effectively cover each other and Lucario. Our general rule-of-thumb is
to have no type share amongst Pokmon--even with dual-typing. There are 18
types--SL should be able to manage. Just going off of the new Kalos Pokmon,
let's take a smattering of Pokmon with different types and see how they cover
one another:
o Lucario (Fighting/Steel)
o Greninja (Water/Dark)
o Charizard (Fire/Flying)

o Aurorus (Rock/Ice)
o Dedenne (Electric/Fairy)
o Trevenant (Ghost/Grass)

No overlapping types there. Though it would be extremely tedious to do so, we


likely have every potential matchup covered in at least two ways, barring the
weird matchups like Sableye and Bronzong. Hence, even with random luck-of-thedraw, SL can still have a pretty decent team covering a multitude of different
types.
(2) Physical/Special Coverage: In the previous section, we discussed the
different stats, making careful note to distinguish Attack/Defense from S.
Attack/S. Defense. In this section, we're going to apply that difference to
SL's team. SL needs to have Pokmon that have a variety of functions, covering
both Special and Physical Attacks/Defenses. For instance, Charizard is a strong
physical attacker while Trevenant is a strong special attacker. Lucario, on the
other hand, is special in that he can be either a strong physical sweeper or a
strong special sweeper. Generally, looking up a Pokmon's stats can give you a
good idea of their specialization. Of course, you'll also need to match these
physical/special stats to actual moves, but that's a foregone conclusion here!
(3) Sweepers and Tanks: Sounds like a board game, huh? In relation to the
above, there are plenty of Pokmon that serve as either tanks or sweepers or
"tactical" units. Many Pokmon have possibilites to be two of the above units,
depending on how one works out the EVs and the moveset. Anyway, sweepers are
Pokmon that specialize on attacking quickly to OHKO or 2HKO Pokmon before
they can take any significant damage (sweepers are generally frail). Sweepers
must have quite a bit of coverage with their moves to be of much use. Tanks, on
the other hand, attempt to absorb any damage taken with highly-resistant-typing
and they attempt to "outlast" their opponent by inflicting statuses on their
opponent or by simply using one or two attacking moves. Finally, tactical units
are essentially wild cards with many different uses; some are gambit Pokmon
that attempt to set up statuses to aid other Pokmon in the party (Trick Room,

weather, etc.). Each Pokmon serves their own purpose.


For instance, of the above Pokmon, Charizard, Greninja, and Lucario could be
considered sweepers, Dedenne could be considered a "tactical" unit, and Aurorus
and Trevenant could be considered tanks. We'll talk more about synergy and the
relation between these Pokmon in the next section!
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Synergy
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Now the hard part. Just how do we really achieve synergy? (Dictionary
defintion: "The increased effectiveness that results when two or more people or
businesses [or Pokmon!] work together"). Well, we achieve synergy by choosing
Pokmon that work well together and build off of each other. While it's
impossible to have perfect synergy amongst six very different components, we
can bring up some very easy-to-understand examples this section. In the future,
we hope that you can apply these synergetic concepts to your own Pokmon teams,
even in their most basic incarnations.
Let's start with a very basic synergetic double battle. Our Pokmon: Gyarados
(Water/Flying) and Torterra (Grass/Ground). Obviously, there are some
immunities and resistances here: Gyarados is immune to Ground, Torterra is
neutral to Water, and Gyarados is neutral to Grass. Both Pokmon are relatively
bulky, meaning one neutral hit should not KO either Pokmon. While both Pokmon
could be considered physical sweepers, they both double as tanks, especially
Gyarados with neutrality or resistance to sixteen of the eighteen types.
The biggest bit of synergy here involves Torterra's signature Ground-type move:
Earthquake. This move strikes all enemies on the field, but, because Gyarados
is immune to Ground-type moves, Torterra's Earthquake only hits the opposing
Pokmon. /That/ is synergy. It goes one step further: Gyarados' major weakness
to Electric-types is solved with Torterra's Earthequake, which should OHKO or
2HKO most Electric-types.
What about Torterra's weaknesses? Namely, to Ice-types and to Flying-types?
Gyarados has amazing coverage, being able to learn both Fire-type moves (for
Ice-types) and Electric/Ice-type moves (for Flying-types). Gyarados also can
use Surf without worrying too much about Torterra as Torterra is neutral to
Water-type moves. (Gyarados' Flying-typing is irrelevant with regards to
offense as Gyarados does not learn any Flying-type moves whatsoever. Ironic,
right?).
That's synergy.
Weather teams are another notable example. Most weather teams share an innate
shared strength that comes in the form of weather. Let's take, for instance, a
decent Gen V Sandstorm team:
o Tyranitar (Rock/Dark)
o Lucario (Steel/Fighting)
o Ferrothorn (Steel/Grass)

o Bronzong (Steel/Psychic)
o Gliscor (Ground/Flying)
o Scizor (Steel/Bug)

<SL> This was actually one of the many Sandstorm teams I hypothesized. I still
have the potential EV splits :P
That's one helluva team, huh? Each member has Sandstorm-resistant-typing, and
while the entire team has significant weaknesses to Fire-, Grass-, and Watertypes, the entire team also has significant Sandstorm synergy. Tyranitar is
able to summon Sandstorms upon entry to the battle with his ability, Sand

Stream. Most of the other members of the team can also learn Sandstorm, if
necessary. Nevertheless, this team has remarkable coverage for being
significantly mono-type. It also has decent range with sweepers like Lucario,
Scizor, and Tyranitar and tanks like Ferrothorn and Bronzong. Gliscor is a
wild-card, and he could be replaced with Excadrill, if needed.
Anyway, with the other team taking consistent damage from Sandstorm weather,
this team can simply bide time and wait until the opposing Pokmon whittle way.
For Pokmon that prove to be peskier, it has a fair share of sweepers that can
cover most typings. This team isn't perfect, but it embodies the concept of
synergy.
Hence, when building your team, you should really take into account what kind
of associations you can make from Pokmon to Pokmon. Sometimes the
relationship is simply symbiotic while other Pokmon can have truly remarkable
battle strategies. Teams of Pokmon can be built around simple concepts, making
Pokmon a very deep game. However, it doesn't have to be a bulletproof
strategy; it simply has to be /your/ strategy. Learn it. Own it. It's yours to
build and improve. And with that, we wish you good luck!
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Walkthrough Pokmon Advice
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What about when you're actually playing the game? Well, we would never tell
you exactly how to play the game; rather, this section is intended to give you
some general advice about what Pokmon setups are common. This section will be
short for this reason.
Anyway, a common setup is to have a primary team of four Pokmon accompanied
by one or two Pokmon that are "HM slaves." This means that these Pokmon use
field moves to clear obstacles while your other Pokmon are your actual
battling buddies. Having a core team of four limits coverage, but allows you to
level (and hence defeat) your opponents more quickly. While both vin and SL
tend to use six Pokmon in the Walkthrough, you don't have to--it's simply a
way to cram in more of your favorites! :)
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2.4
P o k m o n S l a n g
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RGB = Pokmon Red/Green/Blue


GSC = Pokmon Gold/Silver/Crystal
RSE = Pokmon Ruby/Saphire/Emerald
FRLG = Pokmon FireRed/LeafGreen
DPPt = Pokmon Diamond/Pearl/Platinum
HGSS = Pokmon HeartGold/SoulSilver
BW = Pokmon Black/White
B2W2 = Pokmon Black 2/White 2
KO = Knockout
OHKO = One-hit Knockout
SE = Super-Effective
NVE = Not Very Effective

NFE = Not Fully Evolved


Uber = Best Pokmon Tier; Mostly Legendaries
OU = Overused; Second-Best Pokmon Tier
RU = Rarely Used; Second-Worst Pokmon Tier
UU = Underused; Middle Pokmon Tier
NU = Never Used; Worst Pokmon Tier
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2.5
W h a t ' s N e w ?
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Unlike the previous sections in Pokmon Basics, this round-up is /not/


tailored to those that are new to Pokmon; rather, this section attempts to
help those returning to Pokmon X and Y with the new additions for Gen VI.
**This section only covers major changes from Gen V to Gen VI.** Hence, don't
expect us to cover everything that has changed from Red and Blue. However, this
section can be of major use to anyone who wants to know about the major changes
so don't hesitate to read along. :)
o Kalos - See [vs3001] for a complete map of the new region. Pokmon Locations
are present at [vs5001]. The Walkthrough is the entirety of Section 3, and
the TOC can be useful for identifying and learning about specific areas.
o Mega Evolution - While Mega Evolution is covered waaaaaaaay more extensively
section [vs5035], we can give you a general synopsis here. Mega Evolution is
a new form of evolution that only occurs during battle; induced by a Mega
Stone and Mega Ring, Mega Evolution enhances your Pokmon's stats and
ability, and it might even change your Pokmon's type(s). For more info, see
the Mega Evolution section!
o Super Training - Super Training is a relatively quick and easy way to max
out a Pokmon's EVs. Basically acting as a minigame, Super Training involves
a variety of training methods facilitated by you, the player, to improve
your Pokmon's performanace in battle. Super Training may or may not
eventually receive its own section, but stay tuned!
o Pokmon Amie - A new way to interact with one's Pokmon, Pokmon Amie is a
way to improve affection amongst a Pokmon and its trainer. While
"affection" sounds like friendship in that it's relatively useless in battle
(other than for Return/Frustration), affection is actually very applicable
in the main game: a Pokmon with higher affection will be more likely to
have certain bonuses mid-battle, such as landing critical hits more often or
overcoming a status ailment more quickly. These effects highly vary and are
very unpredictable.
o 70 New Pokmon - While this number is significantly less than the number of
Pokmon added in previous generations, these 70 new Pokmon are still
shaping up to be competitive scene game-changers (hello, Aegislash).
o Roller Skating - Moving around in the overworld is now sped up with the
Roller Skates; think of them as a intermediate option between the Bicycle
and the Running Shoes. Roller Skates do not function on the traditional grid
for the most part, and they can even perform certain tricks. They don't work
in tall grass or flowers, though.
o Sky Battles - A new form of battling, Sky Battles only allow you to use
Pokmon that can fly or hover. **This is not dependent on type.** Not all
Flying-types can do Sky Battles, and a Pokmon doesn't have to be a Flyingtype to be eligible (e.g., Carnivine). Here's a list of eligible Pokmon:
Charizard, Butterfree, Pidgeotto, Pidgeot, Fearouw, Zubat, Golbat, Ghastly,
Haunter, Scyther, Gyarados, Aerodactyl, Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres,
Dragonite, Noctowl, Ledyba, Ledian, Crobat, Hoppip, Skiploom, Jumpluff,

Mantine, Skarmory, Masquerain, Ninjask, Vibrava, Flygon, Swablu, Altaria,


Lunastone, Solrock, Batloy, Claydol, Combee, Vespiquen, Drifloon, Carnivine,
Mantyke, Rotom, Tranquill, Unfezant, Woobat, Swoobat, Sigilyph, Swanna,
Cryogonal, Fletchinder, Talonflame, Vivillon, Noibat, Noivern, and Yveltal.
o Hordes - In the wild, Pokmon can now be randomly encountered in "hordes" on
most routes. Hordes are 1 v 5 battles in which the five wild Pokmon are
approximately half the level of normal wild Pokmon in that area; they can
be unevolved forms of Pokmon in that area or they can even be different
Pokmon altogether. Attacks that hit multiple Pokmon are highly
recommended. Running is also a good alternative as some Pokmon--like
Bellsprout--can be hell in hordes.
o Fairy-type - This new type has changed the type matchups a bit for the first
time in, uh, a long time. Some old Pokmon were converted to Fairy whilst
other new Pokmon are Fairy-types as well. Fairy-types are resistant to
Fighting-, Dark-, and Bug-type moves, are immune to Dragon-type moves, and
are weak to Poison- and Steel-type moves. Meanwhile, Fairy-type moves are
strong against Dark-, Bug-, and Dragon- types while they are weak against
Fire-, Poison-, and Steel-types.
o Trainer Customizaation - Clothing, skin tone, and hair style are now all
changeable in-game via a variety of services. Each of these are covered
rather extensively in the Walkthrough, but we'll briefly touch on them here:
some towns sell clothing, which you can change into at any Pokmon Center or
Boutique. Hair styles can be changed at Coiffure Clips in Lumiose. Skin tone
is chosen at the beginning of the game--similar to gender.
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| # | Location Name
| Section Code |
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| 1 | Vaniville Town
| [vs3004] |
| 2 | Aquacorde Town
| [vs3006] |
| 3 | Santalune Town
| [vs3010] |
| 4 | Lumiose City
| [vs3014] |
| 5 | Laverre City
| [vs3057] |
| 6 | Coumarine City
| [vs3044] |
| 7 | Shalour City
| [vs3037] |
| 8 | Camphrier Town
| [vs3016] |
| 9 | Cyllage Town
| [vs3030] |
| 10 | Geosenge Town
| [vs3034] |
| 11 | Ambrette Town
| [vs3025] |
| 12 | Pokemon League
| [vs3081] |
| 13 | Dendemille Town
| [vs3062] |
| 14 | Anistar City
| [vs3065] |
| 15 | Couriway Town
| [vs3072] |
| 16 | Snowbelle City
| [vs3074] |
| 17 | Kiloude City
| [vs4004] |
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| a | Santalune Forest
| [vs3008] |
| b | Poke Ball Factory
| [vs3059] |
| c | Sea Spiri's Den
| [vs3043] |
| d | Reflection Cave
| [vs3036] |
| e | Kalos Power Plant
| [vs3047] |
| f | Connecting Cave | Zubat Roost
| [vs3023] |
| g | Glittering Cave
| [vs3027] |
| h | Chamber of Emptiness
| [vs4013] |
| i | Victory Road
| [vs3080] |
| j | Lost Hotel
| -------- |
| k | Frost Cavern
| [vs3063] |
| l | Terminus Cave
| [vs3071] |
| m | Pokemon Village
| [vs3076] |
| n | Parfum Palace
| [vs3020] |
|_____|____________________________________________|______________|

The meat-and-potatoes of this guide, the Walkthrough should serve all of your
instructional needs; we cover everything from the first gym to the last gym,
from your starters to the legendaries. We make absolutely sure to give you
every bit of info you could need, and we try to present it in such a way that
you can easily pick up this guide and go, or look up any tidbit of info without
an exorbitant amount of searching.
This Walkthrough is in general split up by badge. For the record, SL is your
primary guide for Badges 1, 2, 5, and 6 while vin is your primary guide for
badges 3, 4, 7, and 8. The rest is split up randomly. Anyway, while we each
have our own respective writing and battling styles, we both tend to
editorialize and revise each other's sections so as to make them clearer. We
also are both able to use carrot-commentating, as denoted earlier in this
guide.
Anyway, each section firstly starts out with a checklist. Each area gets a
checklist, and they cover the following info:
<SL> We will remove sections that don't matter for that area. For instance, if
there are no TMs or HMs in an area, we remove that area of the checklist. This

makes the guide more concise and easier to read.


- Our Pokmon: We'll be listing the Pokmon we use throughout each area.
Note that we are writing down both SuperLuigi's and vin's Pokmon. This is
only a reference. Go at your own pace and using Pokmon you like and/or feel
comfortable using.
- Required Field Moves: This banner includes all moves that will be required
for this section of the overworld. This was added based on various requests
from readers. Know before you go!
- Trainers: In this small area we'll list the trainers you can battle
throughout the area. We'll list the name, how much money they give you and
their Pokmon/levels.
- Items: All items you obtain throughout the area go here, whether it's
Pokballs, battle items such as X Accuracy or Potions, or healing items like
Potions or Antidotes. You can find explanations for what these items are in
the ItemDex.
- Berries: A list of berries you find through the area are listed here.
- TMs & HMs: Since most of these are rather important, we just decided to
list them separately from the items. For more on TMs and HMs, see the
MoveDex.
- Clothing: Clothing you find in areas are listed down in this section. Note
that items bought at shops ARE NOT listed.
- Key Items: Everything that goes into the Key Items and are important to the
game goes here.
- Pokmon: A very neat list of Pokmon encountered in each area. We list the
time of day in which you can find the Pokmon, where (if its in the grass,
water, etc), what type the Pokmon is, what's the encounter rate and the
levels you can find it. All the needed info for Pokmon Collectors is here :)
We also use various formatting for Gym Leaders, shops, important events, and
Pokmon alerts. The Gym Leader boxes and shops are rather self-explanatory, but
the important announcements can be different. Generally, these are notes that
need to be set off from the rest of the guide, either because they are
important or because they aren't necessarily related to the walkthrough at the
current writing. We recommend you read these. Pokmon Alerts cover cool Pokmon
in the current area that you may want to catch as they have the potential to be
wonderful Pokmon partners for the rest of the game. We usually tend to give an
overview of their strengths and weaknesses--we pitch the Pokmon so that you
can catch it, if needed. All other info--like MoveDexes and ItemDexes--are in
the next major section, Supplementary Info. Otherwise, let's get on with the
Walkthrough!
_______________________________________________________________________________
___________________________
P O K E M O N X & Y
____________________________________________________

Time to pop in your Pokmon X and/or Y into your 3DS/2DS, tap on the icon and
let the biggest Pokmon adventure yet start! Don't worry--we'll be with you
every step of the way :)
_______________________________________________________________________________

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

3.1
T H E F I R S T B A D G E
[vs3001]
V I O L A
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

V I O L A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
O p e n i n g
[vs3002]
Welcome to the world of Pokmon. The guy who introduces you to Pokmon is
Prof. Sycamore, who will be your main guide throughout the game; he is Kalos'
resident expert on Pokmon. This first set of questions will ask for your
gender, skin tone, and name. Immediately afterwards, we will jump right into
the game!
Once you can control your avatar, you should locate the mirror and change into
your -actual- clothes--not your pajamas. There isn't much else to do in this
room, so we should head downstairs. Our mom will greet us, commenting about us
moving into town recently; let's meet our neighbors! Upon stepping outside,
your neighbors will welcome you to Vanivelle Town--your new home. The two girls
will introduce themselves and entice you to follow. The town is rather quiet
for now, but you can talk to other people if you want. They do have some rather
good tips about playing the game. Once you're done exploring here, head down
the central gate to reach Route 1. Why, YES, this is the most boring Route
ever. Oh well, let's keep going to the next town.
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V I O L A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
A q u a c o r d e T o w n
_______________________________[vs3003]________________________________
.~^|||`~.
|
Trainers | PKMN Trainer Shauna|
|
|
|
| Reward: 500P
|
|
|
|
| o Froakie or Lv 05 |
|
|
|
| o Chespin or Lv 05 |
|
|
|
| o Fennekin Lv 05 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Key Items | [_] Pokdex
| [_] Prof's Letter
|
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Field Event
| Fennekin
| Fire
|
N/A
| 5 |
| Field Event
| Chespin
| Grass
|
N/A
| 5 |
| Field Event
| Froakie
| Water
|
N/A
| 5 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

In Aquacorde Town, our friends from the last area will call us over to talk to
them. They are on the left, and you can find them easily by simply walking over

toward their table. This five-way conversation is between the children tasked
with completing the Pokdex. At this table, we have Tierno (the larger one),
Trevor (the nerdy one), Shauna (the pigtails), and Serena (the ponytail).
You'll get to know these guys real well! They'll debate over a nickname, which
you should promptly choose. After a bit of small talk, we will get to choose
our Pokmon. The choices are the following:
o Froakie
o Fennekin
o Chespin
Shauna will choose the Pokmon that is weak to yours while Serena will choose
the one that is strong to yours. Trevor, on the other hand, will give you a
Pokdex. Awesome! Tierno also gives us a Prof's Letter for our mom. After this
talk, Tierno and Trevor will depart, allowing us to leave as well. Let's head
back to Vanivelle Town and give the letter to our mom at our house!
... Or not. Shauna will interrupt to battle us with her new Pokmon. Remember-she choose the Pokmon that is weak to yours!
_______ __
|
__| |--.---.-.--.--.-----.---.-.
PKMN Trainer |__
|
| _ | | |
| _ | Reward: $500
________________|_______|__|__|___._|_____|__|__|___._|________________
.~^||`~.
| o Froakie
Lv 05 | o Chespin
Lv 05 | o Fennekin
Lv 05 |
| Water
| Water
| Fire
|
|
If you pick Chespin |
If you pick Fennekin |
If you pick Froakie |
| ~ Bubble
| ~ Vine Whip
| ~ Ember
|
| ~ Pound
| ~ Tackle
| ~ Tackle
|
| ~
| ~ Growl
| ~ Tail Whip
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
|
This battle is reallllly easy. Like, really easy. The idea is simply |
| to get used to battling. In order to achieve this end, you will want to |
| use your elemental move as the opposing Pokmon is weak to it. This
|
| will almost ensure victory. Upon winning, you will receive 500 Pok
|
| (currency) and your starter will level up. Awesome!
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

Shauna will heal up our Pokmon. NOW we can really leave. Back to Vanivelle
Town!
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V I O L A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
V a n i v e l l e T o w n
_______________________________[vs3004]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Froakie
Lv 06 | o Chespin
Lv 06 |
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Key Items | [_] Town Map
| [_]
|

'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

Go back to your house. Y'know, the one with the Rhyhorn out front.
Our mom will immediately note our new Pokball; yep, we're now a Pokmon
trainer, Mom. After giving her the Prof's Letter, she will consent to your
journey. She will then give us a Town Map and a change of clothes... sweet!
After this chat, feel free to head outside. There isn't much more to get inside
the house. On our way out, Ryhorn will obstruct our path to say goodbye--awww!
<vin> Note that you can ride Rhyhorn, only that you can move with it. :3
Unfortunately, the town just doesn't have much else to offer right now. I
guess we should move on to the next township--the one we were just at.
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V I O L A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 1
V a n i v e l l e P a t h w a y
_______________________________[vs3005]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Froakie
Lv 06 | o Chespin
Lv 06 |
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

Remember how we said Route 1 was boring last time? Yeah, well it's still
boring. Like, literally nothing of note. Move on. :P
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V I O L A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
A q u a c o r d e T o w n
_______________________________[vs3006]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Froakie
Lv 06 | o Chespin
Lv 06 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Potion
x1 |
|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

___________________
_____________________
| ITEM SHOP
| | PokBALL SHOP
|
|
| |
|
| Potion ----- $300 | | Pokball ----- $200 |
|___________________| |_____________________|
Back in Aquacorde Town, we'll friend our friends have moved from the table,
but we have no idea where they went. Oh well, let's explore a bit! Heading down
the center, we should come across a guy in a blue clerk's outfit handing away
free Potions. Cool! Down in this lower area, there are also a few shops. On the

right, there is an item shop (buy a Potion or two) and on the left, there is a
Pokball shop (buy 10; this will get you a Premier Ball as well). Also, the
house farther back on the right has a patron that will happily heal your
Pokmon upon request. Feel free to return here if your Pokmon get hurt.
Otherwise, it's time to move on--let's go to Route 2 by heading north!
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V I O L A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 2
A v a n c e T r a i l
_______________________________[vs3007]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Froakie
Lv 06 | o Chespin
Lv 06 |
|||||
|
Trainers | Youngster Austin |
|
|
|
| Reward: 120P
|
|
|
|
| o Zigzagoon Lv 05 |
|
|
|||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Pidgey
| Normal/Flying
| ~20%
| 3-4 |
|
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 3 |
|
| Caterpie
| Bug
| ~30%
| 3 |
|
| Fletchling | Normal/Flying
| ~20%
| 2-3 |
|
| Zigzagoon | Normal
| ~5%
| 3 |
|
| Scatterbug | Bug
| ~5%
| 3 |
|
| Weedle
| Bug
| ~10%
| 3 |
| Day / Grass
| Pidgey
| Normal/Flying
| ~20%
| 3-4 |
|
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 3 |
|
| Caterpie
| Bug
| ~30%
| 3 |
|
| Fletchling | Normal/Flying
| ~20%
| 2-3 |
|
| Zigzagoon | Normal
| ~5%
| 3 |
|
| Scatterbug | Bug
| ~5%
| 3 |
|
| Weedle
| Bug
| ~10%
| 3 |
| Night / Grass
| Pidgey
| Normal/Flying
| ~20%
| 3-4 |
|
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 3 |
|
| Caterpie
| Bug
| ~30%
| 3 |
|
| Fletchling | Normal/Flying
| ~20%
| 2-3 |
|
| Zigzagoon | Normal
| ~5%
| 3 |
|
| Scatterbug | Bug
| ~5%
| 3 |
|
| Weedle
| Bug
| ~10%
| 3 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Route 2 is far more interesting than where we've been recently, right? There's
actually grass and stuff! Well, let's get started! As we walk into the first
grass, we'll likely encounter a Pidgey. Feel free to catch it if you want with
your Pokballs. Otherwise, move forward to the next set of grass to find Shauna
and Serena getting ready for demonstration. Serene is somewhat familiar with
Pokmon; she's going to teach us how to catch a Pokmon. Listen if you want,
but it's by no means necessary to watch the in-game tutorial if you've already
read our section on catching Pokmon.
After this battle, feel free to Pok around and catch some Pokmon. It's
almost always worth-while to catch new Pokmon. Also, remember to level up your

new Pokmon once you catch it; do this by putting it in the first slot and
healing/switching if it becomes damaged. Multiple trips to the healer in the
previous section may be necessary!
_______________________________________________________________________________
\P O K E M O N A L E R T/
| .---.
|
| \ / F l e t c h l i n g
|
| U
|
| _
While it may seem like your ordinary early Flying-type Pokmon,
|
| (_) Fletchling evolves into the Fire/Flying Talonflame, and is super
|
|
useful for the upcoming gym. Fletchling may just be a good Pokmon |
| for you! Just be wary of Pikachu in the next area!
|
/_____________________________________________________________________________\

<vin> Make sure to catch a Bunnelby. If you're going to use it, then catch a
second one for a trade a little bit later ^_^.
Once you're done leveling in this area, feel free to make your way farthest up
to the north. Up here, you should encounter a Youngster guarding the way to the
next area. His Level 5 Zigzagoon should be toast if you've been leveling a bit.
Afterwards, proceed through to the next area!
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V I O L A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
S a n t a l u n e F o r e s t
_______________________________[vs3008]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Froakie
Lv 08 | o Chespin
Lv 09 |
|
| o Fletchling
Lv 04 | o Pidgey
Lv 09 |
|
| o Bunnelby
Lv 05 | o Fletchling
Lv 03 |
|
| o Caterpie
Lv 03 | o Zigzagoon
Lv 04 |
|
| o Zigzagoon
Lv 03 | o Scatterbug
Lv 03 |
|
|
| o Bunnelby
Lv 02 |
|||||
|
Trainers | Youngster Joey
| Lass Anna
| Lass Lise
|
|
| Reward: 72P
| Reward: 120P
| Reward: 96P
|
|
| o Scatterbug Lv 03 | o Pikachu
Lv 05 | o Weedle
Lv 02 |
|
| o Fletchling Lv 03 |
| o Bunnelby Lv 04 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Pokball
x2 | [_] Potion
x2 |
|
| [_] Antidote
x1 | [_] Paralyze Heal
x1 |
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Fletchling | Normal/Flying
| ~12%
| 4 |
|
| Pikachu
| Electric
| ~8%
| 3-4 |
|
| Pansear
| Fire
| ~12%
| 4 |
|
| Scatterbug | Bug
| ~10%
| 2-3 |
|
| Caterpie
| Bug
| ~20%
| 2 |
|
| Weedle
| Bug/Poison
| ~10%
| 2 |
|
| Metapod
| Bug
| ~2%
| 4 |
|
| Kakuna
| Bug
| ~1%
| 4 |
|
| Panpour
| Water
| ~12%
| 4 |
|
| Pansage
| Grass
| ~12%
| 4 |
| Day / Grass
| Fletchling | Normal/Flying
| ~12%
| 4 |

|
| Pikachu
| Electric
| ~8%
| 3-4 |
|
| Pansear
| Fire
| ~12%
| 4 |
|
| Scatterbug | Bug
| ~10%
| 2-3 |
|
| Caterpie
| Bug
| ~20%
| 2 |
|
| Weedle
| Bug/Poison
| ~10%
| 2 |
|
| Metapod
| Bug
| ~2%
| 4 |
|
| Kakuna
| Bug
| ~1%
| 4 |
|
| Panpour
| Water
| ~12%
| 4 |
|
| Pansage
| Grass
| ~12%
| 4 |
| Night / Grass
| Pidgey
| Normal/Flying
| ~5%
| 3 |
|
| Fletchling | Normal/Flying
| ~5%
| 4 |
|
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~5%
| 3 |
|
| Pikachu
| Electric
| ~15%
| 3-4 |
|
| Pansear
| Fire
| ~5%
| 4 |
|
| Scatterbug | Bug
| ~40%
| 2-3 |
|
| Caterpie
| Bug
| ~10%
| 2 |
|
| Weedle
| Bug
| ~5%
| 2 |
|
| Panpour
| Water
| ~5%
| 4 |
|
| Pansage
| Grass
| ~5%
| 4 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

<SL> Yeah, I caught a lot of Pokmon... >_>


<vin> Yeah, same here >_>. They will be going inside the PC once we get to
one ;).
Once you enter Santalune Forest, Shauna will join you. She will follow you
around, engaging in double battles and healing your Pokmon after each
encounter (if you talk to her). Head up and to the right for a Potion lying on
the ground. Cool! Now let's head left toward the western edge. Head in this
southwestern patch of grass to find an Antidote in the back. If you head up a
bit, you will find another Potion hidden among some more grass. There isn't
too much else around here, so feel free to head back to the east.
Now that we're over here, feel free to head north. As you run norhtwards, you
will discover Tierno, Trevor, and Serena goofing around, giving you tips along
the way. After we progress a bit farther, Shauna will find a Paralyze Heal for
us in the grass. Sweet! There's another Youngster (Youngster Joey!) a bit
farther up; we should be able to defeat his Pokmon with ease. Continue snaking
around these bends until encounter Serena. She will give you a free Pokball if
you talk to her.
As we keep heading around these bends, Lass Anna challenges us with her
Pikachu! To action! Choose a Pokmon that isn't weak to Electric-type moves
like Bunnelby or Scatterbug. After this battle, we can keep heading around the
bends, finding more trainers and wild Pokmon. To the southeast of Lass Anna is
another Lass--Lise. Her Weedle and Bunnelby should be fodder for you by now! If
you head just beyond where Lise was, you should be able to find a Pokball.
To the west, there's another Potion in the corner of a grassy area. Collect
this field item as well. When you reach the end of this area, we recommend you
stick around a bit to keep leveling up your Pokmon as Shauna will still be
here to heal your Pokmon as needed. Trust me when we say that this is much
faster than running back and forth to the Pokmon Center. Once we make it to
the end of this clearing, we'll clear the forest. Woot!
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V I O L A ' S

B A D G E

_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 3
O u v e r t W a y
_______________________________[vs3009]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Froakie
Lv 10 | o Chespin
Lv 12 |
|
| o Fletchling
Lv 09 | o Pidgey
Lv 11 |
|
| o Bunnelby
Lv 05 | o Fletchling
Lv 03 |
|
| o Caterpie
Lv 03 | o Zigzagoon
Lv 04 |
|
| o Zigzagoon
Lv 03 | o Scatterbug
Lv 03 |
|
| o Scatterbug
Lv 03 | o Bunnelby
Lv 02 |
|||||
|
Trainers | Preschooler Oliver | Preschooler Ella | Schoolgirl Bridget |
|
| Reward: 64P
| Reward: 80P
| Reward: 192P
|
|
| o Caterpie Lv 02 | o Pichu
Lv 05 | o Bidoof
Lv 06 |
|
| o Azurill
Lv 04 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
| Schoolboy Brighton |
|
|
|
| Reward: 96P
|
|
|
|
| o Pansage
Lv 03 |
|
|
|
| o Pansear
Lv 03 |
|
|
|
| o Panpour
Lv 03 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Super Potion
x1 |
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Key Items | [_] Adventure Rules
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 3 |
|
| Bidoof
| Normal
| ~16%
| 3 |
|
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~6%
| 4-5 |
|
| Pidgey
| Normal/Flying
| ~10%
| 4 |
|
| Fletchling | Normal/Flying
| ~20%
| 3 |
|
| Pikachu
| Electric
| ~10%
| 4 |
|
| Azurill
| Normal/Fairy
| ~8%
| 5 |
|
| Burmy
| Bug
| ~10%
| 5 |
| Day / Grass
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 3 |
|
| Bidoof
| Normal
| ~16%
| 3 |
|
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~6%
| 4 |
|
| Pidgey
| Normal/Flying
| ~10%
| 4 |
|
| Fletchling | Normal/Flying
| ~20%
| 3 |
|
| Pikachu
| Electric
| ~10%
| 4 |
|
| Azurill
| Normal/Fairy
| ~8%
| 5 |
|
| Burmy
| Bug
| ~10%
| 5 |
| Night / Grass
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 3 |
|
| Bidoof
| Normal
| ~16%
| 3 |
|
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~6%
| 4 |
|
| Pidgey
| Normal/Flying
| ~10%
| 4 |
|
| Fletchling | Normal/Flying
| ~20%
| 3 |
|
| Pikachu
| Electric
| ~10%
| 4 |
|
| Azurill
| Normal/Fairy
| ~8%
| 5 |
|
| Burmy
| Bug
| ~10%
| 5 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'


This next area is Route 3, our final leg along the way to Santalune City.
There are still a lot of trainers and wild Pokmon in this area, so we need to
remain vigilant when moving around here! The gang also happens to split up here
with Serena pressing ahead to go challenge the gym. Maybe we should go follow
her?
Anyway, as we proceed, we should come across a few trainers, starting with
Preschooler Oliver and Preschooler Ella. Both are somewhat easy to handle,
considering they use "baby" Pokmon. As you continue down and around the
stairs, a biker (?) will breeze right by you. Weird, huh? Anyway, head down and
locate another trainer--Scholgirl Bridget. Her Bidoof is slightly tougher than
the other Pokmon, but it should still be manageable. If you head down even
farther, you should be able to get a Super Potion beyond a ledge.
As we make our way back north, we will encounter more trainers and more wild
Pokmon. Schoolboy Brighton shouldn't pose any more problems than Bridget other
than his exorbitant number of Pokmon. Once you make it all the way back up to
the main pathway, we should be in the clear. You can either choose to train
around here some more, or head into Santalune Town to heal. Remember that Route
3 is always a decent place to train if you feel you're underleveled!
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
V I O L A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
S a n t a l u n e C i t y
_______________________________[vs3010]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Froakie
Lv 11 | o Chespinn
Lv 13 |
|
| o Fletchling
Lv 10 | o Pidgey
Lv 12 |
|
| o Bunnelby
Lv 05 | o Fletchling
Lv 03 |
|
| o Caterpie
Lv 03 | o Zigzagoon
Lv 04 |
|
| o Zigzagoon
Lv 03 | o Scatterbug
Lv 03 |
|
| o Scatterbug
Lv 03 | o Bunnelby
Lv 02 |
|
|
|
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Roller Skater Rinka| Youngster David
| Youngster Zachary |
|
| Reward: 224P
| Reward: 240P
| Reward: 240P
|
|
| o Zigzagoon Lv 07 | o Ledyba
Lv 10 | o Spewpa
Lv 10 |
|
||||
|
| Lass Charlotte
|
|
|
|
| Reward: 216P
|
|
|
|
| o Kakuna
Lv 07 |
|
|
|
| o Combeeoon Lv 09 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Great Ball
x2 | [_] X Attack
x1 |
|
| [_] X Defense
x1 | [_] Super Potion
x1 |
|
| [_] Antidote
x1 |
|
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 83 Infestation
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Key Items | [_] Roller Skates
| [_] Bug Badge
|
|
| [_] Exp. Share
|
|

'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

The Pokmon Center is probably one of the first buildings you'll notice as it
seems rather futuristic and... red. Pokmon Centers allow you to (a) access the
PC to store Pokmon, (b) heal wounded Pokmon, and (c) shop at the Pokmart.
They really are a great resource! The Pokmart also has a bunch of wares for
sale; check them out!
___________________
| Pok MART
|
|
|
| Pokball --- $200 |
| Potion ----- $300 |
|___________________|

______________________
| Pok MART
|
|
|
| X Speed ------- $350 |
| X Attack ------ $500 |
| X Defense ----- $550 |
| Guard Spec. --- $700 |
| Dire Hit ------ $650 |
| X Accuracy ---- $950 |
| X Sp. Atk ----- $350 |
| X Sp. Def ----- $350 |
|______________________|

Next door is the clothing store. They also have a bunch of accessories for
sale to add some flash to your avatar. Of course, the clothing varies from
avatar-to-avatar. We should have both sets up shortly. Thank you for your
patience!
There are a few more houses to the west. The westernmost house contains a
woman who will explain the various badges and how they relate to your Pokmon
(e.g., what level Pokmon will obey what badges). The woman in the easternmost
house will allow you to assess your friendship level with your Pokmon. For
now, we're going to generalize and say that the more enthusiastic response
is correlated to a stronger friendship--a more complete listing should be
available soon. Heading a bit north, you should be able to find another house
to the east of the Drinks sign: a boy in this house will give you a Great Ball.
Great Balls are better versions of regular old Pokballs; they have a higher
success rate of capturing Pokmon.
On the other side, we can enter another house to find a Hiker who is looking
to trade his Farfetch'd for a Bunnelby. If you have a Bunnelby, it is highly
recommended that you do the trade if only to complete the Pokdex.
_________________
.~^`~.
| Name: Farfetch'd
|
| Nickname: Quacklin' |
| Lv: 10
|
| Ability: Keen Eye
|
| Attacks:
|
| - Leer
|
| - Fury Cutter
|
| - Fury Attack
|
| - Aerial Ace
|
'~.___________________,~'

Next, in the center of this rather large area is a Pokmon Trainer School,
which we highly recommend that you visit. A nice, older gentleman in a white
suit will hand you a few X Attacks and a few X Defenses. There isn't much else
in here of value, but the trainers and whiteboard hold all sorts of information
that could be helpful on your journey. Browse at your leisure! Back outside, go
to the west and locate the caf up some stairs. There's a hidden Super Potion

if you face the building and ivestigate two spaces away from the cliff. Be sure
to also check out the lamppost slightly down from here for an Antidote!
Furthermore, if you look by the southeasternmost corner of this plateau, you
will find a hidden Great Ball!
Heading back down, let's go east toward the Pokmon Gym. Talk to the Roller
Skater standing guard outside and challenge her to a battle! She isn't that
tough, but you should definitely heal your Pokmon before you take on this foe.
After we defeat her, feel free to heal your Pokmon, if necessary, and head
inside the gym!
(Don't be shy to train if you need to. Your Pokmon should be around Level 11,
and you should have a variety of moves to tackle all types of defenses. Also,
Fire-, Flying-, Electric-, and Rock-type moves are preferred. Go to Route 22
if you want; its data is just after this section!)
This gym is kinda cool. The front room is so... modern. Anyway, jump down the
pole in the center to reach the /main/ gym. This gym is one giant spiderweb,
but you can only take paths that are shiny (bright white). So, you'll want to
head southeast toward Youngster David. His Ledyba is a whole new level compared
to recent trainers. Be sure you're ready! (Watch out for its Supersonic move...
those are always annoying). After the battle, you should be able to reach the
edge of the web. While you can make it to the Gym Leader from the left and you
don't really have to face any other trainers besides the Lass, we always find
it useful to defeat all of the trainers. More experience is good!
<SL> Froakie's Bubble is surprisingly good against these Bug-type Pokmon.
So much better than a certain someone's Chespin >_> <_<
<vin> My Chespin knows Rollout >:).
Before you battle Viola, be sure to save. Also be sure your Pokmon are fully
healed. Good luck!
___ ___ __
__
| | |__|.-----.| |.---.-.
Gym Leader | | | || _ || || _ | Reward: $1920
_____________________\_____/|__||_____||__||___._|_____________________
.~^||`~.
| o Surskit
Lv 10 | o Vivillon
Lv 12 | o
|
| Bug/Water
| Bug/Flying
|
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Water Sport
| ~ Harden
| ~
|
| ~ Quick Attack
| ~ Infestation
| ~
|
| ~ Bubble
| ~ Tackle
| ~
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Flying, Fire, Rock, Electric
|
| Gym Leader's Items: Potion x1
|
|
|
| This photography focused bug-type Gym Leader is no pushover. She not
|
| only has a dual-type that we haven't seen thus far, but she also has a |
| fully-evolved Scatterbug. Oh no. Luckily, if have any of the above
|
| recommended types, you should be able to sweep her team.
|
|
|
| The Surskit is actually rather easy with any Flying-type on your team. |
| While Surskit does have both physical and special coverage, it simply
|
| is not that strong of a Pokmon... you can easily 2HKO it with
|
| Flying-type moves. Just be sure to keep any Fire-types you may have on |

| hand close to your vest until this Surskit is gone; also, be wary of
|
| Water Sport as it can severely weaken Fire- type moves for a while.
|
|
|
| Vivillon is slightly more troublesome. Viola's usual strategy is to
|
| Harden the first few turns to significantly raise Vivillon's physical
|
| defenses. After a few turns of Harden, it is unlikely many Pokmon will |
| be able to dent Vivillon, even with super-effective moves. Hence, it is |
| highly recommended that you have a special offensive move ready to go
|
| for Vivillon. If you don't, this battle will be very long and tedious. |
|
|
| Oh, and after Vivillon Hardens, Tackle and Infestation will come into |
| play. Infestation is especially nasty as it deals continual damage and |
| prevents your Pokmon from switching out. Keep that in mind as you put |
| Pokmon in the battle--they may not be coming back out alive! A few
|
| strong physical attacks may be enough, though; if not, special moves all |
| the way!
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

You'll get Bug Badge, TM 83 Infestation after the battle. With the Bug Badge,
Pokmon up to Level 30 will obey us. Also, the TM is a strong addition to any
Bug-type on your team--add it immediately, if you can.
<SL> Viola's puns... they hurt so bad!
With that battle now done and done, we can leave. The guy at the front of the
gym will instruct us to head toward Lumiose City in the center of Kalos--maybe
we should heed his advice? After healing our Pokmon, we can head northwest
toward the main exit. The woman here is Viola's older sister--talk to her to
get an Exp. Share.
V I O L A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 2 2
D t o u r n e r W a y
_______________________________[vs3011]________________________________
.~^|||`~.
|
Trainers | Rising Star Louise | Lass Elin
| Rising Star Loc |
|
| Reward: 420P
| Reward: 144P
| Reward: 540P
|
|
| o Psyduck
Lv 06 | o Goldeen
Lv 06 | o Riolu
Lv 09 |
|
| o Litleo
Lv 07 | o Marill
Lv 06 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
|Schoolgirl Mackenzie| Lass Elsa
|
|
|
| Reward: 256P
| Reward: 192P
|
|
|
| o Bunnelby Lv 08 | o Flabb
Lv 08 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Elixir
x1 | [_] Super Potion
x1 |
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~4%
| 7 |
|
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 5-6 |
|
| Bidoof
| Normal
| ~14%
| 6 |
|
| Farfetch'd | Normal/Flying
| ~16%
| 7 |
|
| Litleo
| Normal/Fire
| ~16%
| 5-6 |
|
| Azurill
| Normal/Fairy
| ~10%
| 6-7 |

|
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~8%
| 6 |
|
| Riolu
| Fighting
| ~12%
| 6-7 |
| Day / Grass
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~4%
| 7 |
|
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 5-6 |
|
| Bidoof
| Normal
| ~14%
| 6 |
|
| Farfetch'd | Normal/Flying
| ~16%
| 7 |
|
| Litleo
| Normal/Fire
| ~16%
| 5-6 |
|
| Azurill
| Normal/Fairy
| ~10%
| 6-7 |
|
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~8%
| 6 |
|
| Riolu
| Fighting
| ~12%
| 6-7 |
| Night / Grass
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~4%
| 7 |
|
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 5-6 |
|
| Bidoof
| Normal
| ~14%
| 6 |
|
| Farfetch'd | Normal/Flying
| ~16%
| 7 |
|
| Litleo
| Normal/Fire
| ~16%
| 5-6 |
|
| Azurill
| Normal/Fairy
| ~10%
| 6-7 |
|
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~8%
| 6 |
|
| Riolu
| Fighting
| ~12%
| 6-7 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Route 22 is mostly a diversion; there isn't too much to do around here.


However, you can pick up an Elixir once you know Cut; you can also find a Super
Potion farther down along the route. The most you'll get here, though, is the
new Pokmon!
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

3.2
T H E S E C O N D B A D G E
[vs3012]
G R A N T
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

G R A N T ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 4
P a r t e r r e W a y
_______________________________[vs3013]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Froakie
Lv 14 | o Quilladin
Lv 16 |
|
| o Fletchling
Lv 11 | o Pidgey
Lv 14 |
|
| o Farfetch'd
Lv 10 |
|
|
|
|
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Gardener Wheaton |Roller Skater Calida|Roller Skater Roland|
|
| Reward: 640P
| Reward: 320P
| Reward: 320P
|
|
| o Corphish Lv 10 | o Fletchling Lv 10 | o Pidgey
Lv 10 |
|
||||
|
| Pok Fan Agnes
| Preschooler Adrian | Pok Fan Gabe
|
|
| Reward: 560P
| Reward: 144P
| Reward: 720P
|
|
| o Burmy
Lv 07 | o Magikarp Lv 09 | o Pichu
Lv 07 |
|
| o Burmy
Lv 07 |
| o Pikachu
Lv 09 |
|
| o Burmy
Lv 07 |
|
|
|
||||
|
| Preschooler Mia
| Gardener Grover
| Gardener Fabian
|
|
| Reward: 144P
| Reward: 640P
| Reward: 640P
|

|
| o Budew
Lv 09 | o Corphish Lv 10 | o Corphish Lv 10 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Repel
x1 | [_] Honey
x2 |
|
| [_] Antidote
x1 | [_] Super Potion
x1 |
|
| [_] Great Ball
x1 | [_] Poison Barb
x1 |
|
| [_] Net Ball
x1 | [_] Ether
x1 |
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 27 Return
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Skitty
| Normal
| ~6%
| 8 |
|
| Flabb
| Fairy
| ~42%
| 6-8 |
|
| Ralts
| Psychic/Fairy
| ~2%
| 8 |
|
| Ledyba
| Bug/Flying
| ~12%
| 8 |
|
| Combee
| Bug/Flying
| ~26%
| 8 |
|
| Budew
| Grass/Poison
| ~12%
| 6 |
| Day / Grass
| Skitty
| Normal
| ~6%
| 8 |
|
| Flabb
| Fairy
| ~42%
| 6-8 |
|
| Ralts
| Psychic/Fairy
| ~2%
| 8 |
|
| Ledyba
| Bug/Flying
| ~12%
| 8 |
|
| Combee
| Bug/Flying
| ~26%
| 8 |
|
| Budew
| Grass/Poison
| ~12%
| 6 |
| Night / Grass
| Skitty
| Normal
| ~6%
| 8 |
|
| Flabb
| Fairy
| ~42%
| 6-8 |
|
| Ralts
| Psychic/Fairy
| ~2%
| 8 |
|
| Ledyba
| Bug/Flying
| ~12%
| 8 |
|
| Combee
| Bug/Flying
| ~26%
| 8 |
|
| Budew
| Grass/Poison
| ~12%
| 6 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Onto get the second badge, right? Right? Head north with your Pokmon! Go west
into the hedge maze and proceed north to find a Repel in one of the inlets. If
you continue poking around this particular maze, working farther westward to
find a downward inlet, you should be able to locate a hidden Honey just before
the end of the inlet. Continue heading northward through this particular maze
until you find Gardener Wheaton. Defeat his Pokmon and grab the Antidote in
this maze. Now go to the eastern maze. The southeastern portion has a Super
Potion in plain sight while the northeastern portion has a Great Ball.
_______________________________________________________________________________
\P O K E M O N A L E R T/
| .---.
|
| \ / R a l t s
|
| U
|
| _
This nifty little Pokmon may look ok, but this Pokmon is really
|
| (_) good once it evolves. Its final evolution, Gardevoir, is both a
|
|
Phychic and Fairy type, which is pretty nice since there's not that |
| many Fairy types in the game. It also has a Mega Evolution, which makes it |
| even better, and stronger :).
|
/_____________________________________________________________________________\

Up farther northward, we should be able to find some more Roller Skaters


circling a large fountain. Challenge both of them for the most experience.
Keep going north to find more trainers: Pok Fan Agnes firstly. The central
hedges of this next area contain a Poison Barb. There are a bunch of other
trainers roaming this area, but we'll let you face them at your own pace and
discretion. If you go to the northwestern maze, you will find both a Honey in
the sprial inlet halfway through the maze (check just before the end of the
dead end) and a Net Ball just past Gardener Grover. Finally, the northeastern

corner holds an Ether. The small t-shaped hedge pattern also has a Super Potion
hidden on the left arm (press A just before the dead end).
With all of that cleared up, let's check out the two trainers dressed in white
to the north. These two trainers are also disciples of Prof. Sycamore and were
given Pokdexes two years ago. They offer to take you to Prof. Sycamore; let's
follow them! (We get TM 27 Return before entering Lumiose City).
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
G R A N T ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
L u m i o s e C i t y
_______________________________[vs3014]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 16 | o Quilladin
Lv 16 |
|
| o Fletchling
Lv 15 | o Pidgey
Lv 17 |
|
| o Ralts
Lv 11 | o Combusken
Lv 16 |
|
|
| o Ralts
Lv 08 |
|||||
|
Trainers | Chef Robert
| Chef Robert
| Chef Roger
|
|
| Reward: 640P
| Reward: 640P
| Reward: 640P
|
|
| o Pansage
Lv 10 | o Panpour
Lv 10 | o Pansage
Lv 10 |
|
| o Pansear
Lv 10 | o Pansear
Lv 10 | o Panpour
Lv 10 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Luxury Ball
x5 | [_] Quick Claw
x1 |
|
| [_] Tiny Mushroom
x? | [_] Timer Ball
x3 |
|
| [_] Quick Ball
x3 |
|
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 54 False Swipe
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Key Items | [_] Mega Stone
| [_] Lens Case
|
|
| [_] Exp. Share
|
|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

As we walk into town, our friends will direct us to the west down South
Boulevard to the laboratory. While we aren't necessarily /forced/ to go
straight to the Pokmon Lab, there's so much to do in Lumiose that it helps if
streamline it! Walk into the Pokmon Lab so that we can talk to Sycamore!
The people on the first floor are of no interest, but a woman standing next to
a large blue chamber on the second floor will give you five Luxury Balls if you
talk to her. Cool! The other people loafing around on this floor have great
advice but nothing to give; the woman to the right looks interesting, though,
with her floating Pokballs. Head up to the third floor now. After Sycamore
confronts us, talk to the woman to the right. She will reward you based off of
Pokdex Completion. If you've been playing the game fully, you should have seen
more than 30 Pokmon. She will then give you TM 54 False Swipe.
Anyway, maybe we should talk to Sycamore and stuff. After talking for a bit,
Serena and Shauna will join us, prompting Sycamore to want to start a battle.
Okay. I guess we'll start?
_______
__|.--.--.----.---.-.--------.-----.----.-----.

PKMN Prof. |__


|| | | __| _ |
| _ | _| -__| Reward 1400P
_________|_______||___ |____|___._|__|__|__|_____|__| |_____|_________
.~^|_____||`~.
| o Bulbasaur
Lv 10 | o Squirtle
Lv 10 | o Charmander
Lv 10 |
| Grass/Poison
| Water
| Fire
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Tackle
| ~ Tackle
| ~ Scratch
|
| ~ Growl
| ~ Tail Whip
| ~ Growl
|
| ~ Leech Seed
| ~ Water Gun
| ~ Smokescreen
|
| ~ Vine Whip
| ~ Water Sport
| ~ Ember
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Flying, Water, Grass, Fire, Bug, Electric, etc.
|
| Items used: Potion x1
|
|
|
| Sycamore's easy; just take advantage of the Kanto starter's respective |
| weaknesses. Remember that Bulbasaur is weak to Fire-, Flying-, Bug-,
|
| Psychic-, and Ground-type moves, that Squirtle is weak to Grass- and
|
| Electric-type moves, and that Charmander is weak to Water-, Ground-, and |
| Rock- type moves.
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

After the battle, Sycamore rewards us with... with... another Pokmon!? A


Kanto starter! Choose wisely! Remember that the Kanto starters are among the
best starters this game has to offer and that they all have Mega Evolutions.
Speaking of Mega Evolutions--Sycamore would appreciate it if we could
investigate Mega Evolutions to their fullest. He suggests that we go to
Camphrier Town: a town with a great deal of history. Perhaps we should heed his
advice? Let's exit the lab!
Or not. On the way out, we'll bump into Lysandre. Weird fellow, right? Let's
try to leave again.
More interruptions! Serena says she'll be waiting at Caf Soleil for us.
Heading outside finally, we're set loose in this massive city. Let's go on a
tour. :) Just across the street is a Pokmon Center. /Remember where this is
as it is very important!/ You'll probably need to heal your Pokmon, so I
recommend you pop in there. In this particular Pokmon Center, there is a Pok
Miles dude in addition to your normal Pok Mart--Pok Miles are earned by
walking around with Pokmon in your 3DS. He has some rather good items so
be sure to take a look! Once you're all done, head back outside.
______________________
| Pok MART
|
|
|
| Pokball ------ 200P |
| Great Ball ---- 600P |
| Potion -------- 300P |
| Super Potion -- 700P |
| Antidote ------ 100P |
| Paralyze Heal - 200P |
| Awakening ----- 250P |
| Burn Heal ----- 250P |
| Ice Heal ------ 250P |
| Escape Rope --- 550P |
| Repel --------- 350P |
|______________________|

______________________
| Pok MART
|
|
|
| Bulldoze ---- 10000P |
| Struggle Bug 10000P |
| Swords Dance 10000P |
| Sunny Day --- 50000P |
| Rain Dance -- 50000P |
|______________________|

______________________
| Pok MILES
|
|
|
| Berry Juice ----- 10 |
| Moomoo Milk ----- 20 |
| Full Heal ------- 30 |
| Max Repel ------- 35 |
| Hyper Potion ---- 60 |
| Ultra Ball ------ 60 |
| Ether ---------- 120 |
| Max Potion ----- 125 |
| Full Restore --- 300 |
| Max Revive ----- 400 |
| Rare Candy ----- 500 |
| PP Up --------- 1000 |
|______________________|

Just across the street from the Pokmon Center is the PR Video Studio. Upon
entering, one of the receptionists will ask you to make a PR Video--choose your
style and watch the fully animated (if not a little embarassing...) video
sequence. After he dismisses you, feel free to talk to the girl with pink
pigtails in the back--she will give you a Lens Case. There isn't much else in
this room for now--maybe we can check it out again later?
Let's go back toward the entrance to Route 4. The transportation office, which
is on the same side of the street as the lab, doesn't have much to offer other
than advice on the town's various transportation methods (talk to the clerk on
1F). After that, keep heading counterclockwise along the avenue until you find
a restaurant on the northern edge of the street called Restaurant Le Nah. Let's
try out the Double Battle for 3000P! Every course of the meal requires you to
defeat the opponent in varying lengths of time; follow these instructions to a
"T!" You'll also get a reward (TinyMushrooms) for your hard work! Cool!
Sadly, we can't proceed any farther counterclockwise due to a blackout. Let's
go back to the street near the Pokmon Lab and Pokmon Center--to Vernal
Avenue!
On this street, there are a variety of small shops. The first one on the left
sells evolutionary stones--it is the Stone Emporium. For the record, the guy in
the suit in the back-left will try to sell you a Mega Evolution stone for
1000000P. Ahem, you probably don't have enough yet... ever. The next shop on
the left is a medicinal herb store--Herboriste. Herbs are powerful and cheap
healers, but they make your Pokmon dislike you--use them with caution! The
next two stores--the Pokmon Salon--are irrelevant until we can get a Furfrou.
There is also a clothing store across the street, but it's unlikely you'll get
in as it's for "Stylish people only." A lot of classism here, eh?
______________________ ______________________
| STONE EMPORIUM
| | HERBORISTE
|
|
| |
|
| Fire Stone --- 2100P | | Heal Powder --- 450P |
| Water Stone -- 2100P | | Energy Powder - 500P |
| Leaf Stone --- 2100P | | Energy Root --- 800P |
|______________________| | Revival Herb - 2800P |
|______________________|
The cafe next to the Boutique will tell you about the various Boutiques across
Kalos. We'll come across all of these in due time, don't worry! Unfortunately,
we can't much beyond this Caf due to that blackout. Let's head back to South
Boulevard and head clockwise toward Trevor. We can't go out of the city now,
but we can keep poking around this area. The hair salon just across the street
from Trevor offers to mess with your hair for varying prices. For now, we'll
avoid the Caf next door as that is where Serena is. Instead, let's go across
the street to an office building. In this building, the woman sitting on the
first floor's couch will give you a Quick Claw! Cool! The northeasternmost guy
on the second floor will also give you some Timer Balls while the guy sitting
opposite of him will give you Quick Balls. This place is all about time, huh?
______________________
| COIFFURE CLIPS
|
|
|
| Color & Style 3000P |
| Color -------- 2000P |
| Style -------- 1500P |
|______________________|
There's another office building farther down on the outside ring of South
Boulevard, but it doesn't have anything in particular of note. The northern

portions of Lumiose City are also off-limits because of the blackout. The
Shutterbag Caf also doesn't have anything, though the clerk will tell you
about photography. Let's talk to Serena! Follow her into the caf! The talk
that takes place is kinda creepy. Again. Oh well, Serena offers to let us
battle her later. Maybe we should look forward to that? Head out of the caf
and go to where Trevor once was as this heads out to Route 5.
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_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 5
V e r s a n t R o a d
_______________________________[vs3015]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 18 | o Quilladin
Lv 18 |
|
| o Fletchling
Lv 16 | o Pidgey
Lv 17 |
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| o Ralts
Lv 12 | o Ralts
Lv 10 |
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| o Bulbasaur
Lv 11 | o Charmander
Lv 10 |
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|
Trainers | Twins Faith & Joy | Rising Star Hamish |Roller Skater Winnie|
|
| (Double Battle)
| Reward: 780P
| Reward: 352P
|
|
| Reward: 640P
| o Kadabra
Lv 13 | o Bunnelby Lv 09 |
|
| o Minun
Lv 10 |
| o Skiddo
Lv 11 |
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| o Plusle
Lv 10 |
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|
|Roller Skater Florin| Rising Star Tyson | Backpacker Heike |
|
| Reward: 384P
| Reward: 600P
| Reward: 480P
|
|
| o Doduo
Lv 12 | o Bidoof
Lv 12 | o Sentret
Lv 12 |
|
|
| o Oddish
Lv 10 |
|
|
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|
| Youngster Keita
|
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|
|
| Reward: 288P
|
|
|
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| o Pansage
Lv 12 |
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Items | [_] Super Potion
x2 | [_] X Attack
x1 |
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Berries | [_] Oran Berry
x1 |
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TMs & HMs | [_] TM 01 Hone Claws
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| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Pancham
| Fighting
| ~24%
| 10 |
|
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~5%
| 8-10 |
|
| Furfrou
| Normal
| ~5%
| 8 |
|
| Skiddo
| Grass
| ~30%
| 10 |
|
| Doduo
| Normal/Flying
| ~10%
| 10 |
|
| Gulpin
| Poison
| ~2%
| 10 |
|
| Abra
| Psychic
| ~10%
| 8 |
|
| Minun
| Electric
| ~1%
| 9 |
|
| Plusle
| Electric
| ~1%
| 9 |
| Morning / Hordes
| Scraggy
| Fighting/Dark
| ~4%
| 5 |

|
| Gulpin
| Poison
| ~4%
| 5 |
|
| Plusle/Minun| Electric
| ~4%
| 6 |
| Day / Grass
| Pancham
| Fighting
| ~24%
| 10 |
|
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~5%
| 8-10 |
|
| Furfrou
| Normal
| ~5%
| 8 |
|
| Skiddo
| Grass
| ~30%
| 10 |
|
| Doduo
| Normal/Flying
| ~10%
| 10 |
|
| Gulpin
| Poison
| ~2%
| 10 |
|
| Abra
| Psychic
| ~10%
| 8 |
|
| Minun
| Electric
| ~1%
| 9 |
|
| Plusle
| Electric
| ~1%
| 9 |
| Day / Hordes
| Scraggy
| Fighting/Dark
| ~4%
| 5 |
|
| Gulpin
| Poison
| ~4%
| 5 |
|
| Plusle/Minun| Electric
| ~4%
| 6 |
| Night / Grass
| Pancham
| Fighting
| ~24%
| 10 |
|
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~5%
| 8-10 |
|
| Furfrou
| Normal
| ~5%
| 8 |
|
| Skiddo
| Grass
| ~30%
| 10 |
|
| Doduo
| Normal/Flying
| ~10%
| 10 |
|
| Gulpin
| Poison
| ~2%
| 10 |
|
| Abra
| Psychic
| ~10%
| 8 |
|
| Minun
| Electric
| ~1%
| 9 |
|
| Plusle
| Electric
| ~1%
| 9 |
| Night / Hordes
| Scraggy
| Fighting/Dark
| ~4%
| 5 |
|
| Gulpin
| Poison
| ~4%
| 5 |
|
| Plusle/Minun| Electric
| ~4%
| 6 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

On our way out, we'll both receive O-Powers and a visit from Korrina, Shalour
City's Gym Leader. She seems like a Fighting-type Leader, yes? After that chat,
head into the Skate Park. Use your Roller Skates to get on the rail in the back
as you can ride it right on to a Super Potion. Sweet! The grass around here can
be a good training ground for your new starter. There are quite a few Pokmon
that are (a) easy to defeat or (b) give out a bit of experience. Farther up the
path, you'll encounter Twins Faith and Joy who will come at you with a duo of
Minun and Plusle. This match can be tough if you can't deal with the two
Pokmon effectively--try targeting one then going after the other!
Before you head up the next flight of stairs, prepare your Pokmon! Save and
heal!
_______ __
|_
_|__|.-----.----.-----.-----.
PKMN Trainer | | | || -__| _|
| _ | Reward: 1200P
___________________|___|_|__||_____|__| |__|__|_____|__________________
.~^||`~.
| o Corphish
Lv 12 |
|
|
| Water
|
|
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| ~ Swords Dance
|
|
|
| ~ Vice Grip
|
|
|
| ~ ???
|
|
|
| ~ ???
|
|
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Electric, Grass
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

After the battle, Trevor will give you a Honey. Sweet! (Literally) Across this

patch is Rising Star Hamish and his Level 13 Kadabra. While he shouldn't pose
too many problems, be sure to use Dark- or Psychic-type moves if they are
available to you. Farther back, you should be able to find another rail; hop on
it with your Roller Skates to find a Super Potion at the bottom of this
decline. Speaking of slopes, return to where we just were and climb this
incline. Head south and locate another rail leading downward. At the bottom of
this railing, you will find an Oran Berry. Return to the top of the hill.
Up here, you'll find a few Roller Skaters drilling moves. You can battle each
of them if you'd like. After you defeat (or ignore) them, locate the railing
north of Florin. See the notch about halfway through the railing? If you hit
this with a low speed, you won't make it. Hence, the idea here is to get as
much speed as possible to make it past both this railing and the next. It may
take a few tries, but the reward is definitely worth it: TM 01 Hone Claws.
Afterwards, feel free to battle Rising Star Tyson down and to the right of your
current position. If you head south of Tyson through the grass, you'll find an
X Attack!
Continue down and around the path, encountering Backpacker Heike along the
way. Farther down in the middle of the grass is Youngster Keita. Press ahead as
Camphrier Town is right around the corner!
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G R A N T ' S B A D G E
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`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
C a m p h r i e r T o w n
_______________________________[vs3016]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 19 | o Quilladin
Lv 19 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 18 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 18 |
|
| o Ralts
Lv 16 | o Charmeleon
Lv 17 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 16 | o Ralts
Lv 14 |
|
| o Skiddo
Lv 10 |
|
|
| o Doduo
Lv 10 |
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Ultra Ball
x1 | [_] X Attack
x1 |
|
| [_] Full Heal
x1 | [_] Star Piece
x1 |
|
| [_] Berry Juice
x1 | [_] Sweet Heart
x1 |
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 46 Thief
|
|
|
|
|
|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

Upon entering town, you'll find that this village is far less... developed
than Lumiose City. Stone paths? Brick walls? It's feudal! Anyway, a Pokmon
Center is to your south, and you should definitely heal after Route 5. This
Pokmon Center has pretty much the same wares as the last, barring a few
discrepensies. Camphrier Town's Pokmon Center is also home to the Name Rater,
who will allow you to change Pokmon nicknames at your own leisure (so long as
they weren't traded to you). The Pok Mart has for sale the following items:
______________________
| Pok MART
|
|
|
| Pokball ------ 200P |
| Great Ball ---- 600P |

| Potion -------- 300P |


| Super Potion -- 700P |
| Antidote ------ 100P |
| Paralyze Heal - 200P |
| Awakening ----- 250P |
| Burn Heal ----- 250P |
| Ice Heal ------ 250P |
| Escape Rope --- 550P |
| Repel --------- 350P |
|______________________|
After visiting the Pokmon Center, you should talk to the man loafing around
just to the left of the entrance; he will give you an Ultra Ball. Sweet, our
first Ultra Ball! Head farther left woard the larger, ornate building; this
is the Camphrier Hotel. Inside, the boy dressed in white to the left will give
you a Full Heal if you talk to him. If you go to the second floor of the hotel
and talk to the man in the pink suit at the end of the hallway, he will give
you another O-Power.
Head back outside, you should locate the gate leading south. Follow the
winding path to find a Star Piece at the shore of this body of water. Return
back to the town proper. Go to the house just to the north of the Pokmon
Center. If you talk to the pink-haired woman in the back of the house, she will
give you TM 46 Thief. This house happens to be the heart of the Pokmon PC
situation--Cassius handles all of the stuff on the back end. He will explain
various parts of the PC, if you ask him. Back outside, another resident will
give you a Berry Juice if you find and talk to him just to the left of the
fountain. Furthermore, the house next to this resident houses a man who asks
to see certain Pokmon types every day and a woman who will give you a Sweet
Heart.
Now head to the left a bit, and, instead of exiting the town (you can't), go
south and down the ledge. There's an X Attack lying on the ground down here.
Let's go check out that cool castle in the back now!
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_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
S h a b b o n e a u C a s t l e
_______________________________[vs3017]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 19 | o Quilladin
Lv 19 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 18 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 18 |
|
| o Ralts
Lv 16 | o Charmeleon
Lv 17 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 16 | o Ralts
Lv 14 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Escape Rope
x1 |
|
|
|
|
|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

As you enter the castle, you will find Shauna and a man; the man is explaining
how Shabboneau Castle isn't that popular until he gets called off to take care
of some business on Route 7. After he leaves, Shauna suggests we go to Route
7 as well. However, before we leave, let's head upstairs (the stairs are in the
back) so that we can find an Escape Rope on the second floor (it's behind the

desk in the front). There isn't anything else of interest here, so let's leave,
making our way to Route 7!
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G R A N T ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 7
R i v i r e
W a l k
_______________________________[vs3018]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 19 | o Quilladin
Lv 19 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 18 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 18 |
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| o Ralts
Lv 16 | o Charmeleon
Lv 17 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 16 | o Ralts
Lv 14 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Heal Ball
x1 | [_] Miracle Seed
x1 |
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Berries | [_] Oran Berry
x5 | [_] Pecha Berry
x5 |
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Key Items | [_] Sprinklotad
|
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|
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'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

There's a fork in the road ahead; upward is Route 6, leftward is Route 7. If


you try to take Route 6, Shauna will prevent you from doing so--don't try.
Anyway, make your way all the way to the west until you find... well, a
Snorlax. On a bridge. And the bridge isn't destroyed. Apparently, the Pokmon
world has indestructible bridges. After talking to the two men standing near
the Snorlax, you and Shauna will decide that you /actually/ need to go down
Route 6! Of course! Before we go, let's head straight up along the river and
find a Heal Ball along this cliff.
On our way back, let's take the southern path down to another area. This
berry farm is looking for another steward--that's you. Approach the man and
he will not only give you Oran Berries and Pecha Berries but also a
Sprinklotad. With all of these berries he just gave us, we can plant several
berry plants in these large dirt mounds. Also be sure to water them! After
you've planted several berry plants, check out the southwesternmost corner of
this farm to find a Miracle Seed. Once you're done messing around with your
berries, head back north and continue to Route 6.
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G R A N T ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 6
P a l a i s L a n e
_______________________________[vs3019]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 19 | o Quilladin
Lv 19 |

|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 18 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 18 |
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| o Ralts
Lv 16 | o Charmeleon
Lv 17 |
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| o Ivysaur
Lv 16 | o Ralts
Lv 14 |
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Trainers | Tourist Hiroko
| Tourist Eriko
|
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| Reward: 880P
| Reward: 880P
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| o Pikachu
Lv 11 | o Zigzagoon Lv 11 |
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| o Pidgey
Lv 11 | o Gulpin
Lv 11 |
|
|
| o Psyduck
Lv 11 | o Ralts
Lv 11 |
|
'~.____________|____________________|____________________|__________________,~'

If you talk to the backpacker at the beginning of this Route, you'll find that
the easy stroll in front of you is just that--an easy stroll. The way back is
much, /much/ harder. Damn. Well, these Tourists shouldn't be too much of a
problem as we make our way to the palace, thankfully.
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G R A N T ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
P a r f u m P a l a c e
_______________________________[vs3020]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
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| o Frogadier
Lv 19 | o Quilladin
Lv 19 |
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| o Fletchinder
Lv 18 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 18 |
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| o Ralts
Lv 16 | o Charmeleon
Lv 17 |
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| o Ivysaur
Lv 16 | o Ralts
Lv 14 |
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Items | [_] Amulet Coin
x1 | [_] Antidote
x1 |
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| [_] Super Potion
x1 |
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Berries | [_] Oran Berry
x1 |
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TMs & HMs | [_] HM 01 Cut
| [_] TM 17 Protect
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Key Items | [_] Pok Flute
|
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'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

If you talk to the first person in this area, he will give you an Oran Berry.
Wow, it seems like free items grow on trees around here! Anyway, if you head to
the northwesternmost part of this grassy area, you should be able to find an
Ether as well. Now that we've gathered most of the items we want, let's
approach the palatial gate. After paying the -exorbitant- entrance fee, we
should enter the palace.
Once inside, a man near the front of the palace claims to have lost his
Furfrou... Shauna suggests that we go find it. Why does Shauna never do any
work?
Despite this palace being ginormously huge, it doesn't really offer much in
the way of items. To the west, you can find a room with a large green bed;

sleeping in the bed will heal all of your Pokmon. There isn't much else on the
first floor; head upstairs via the northwestern staircase. Once up here, go in
the first blue door from the western edge; if you examine the fireplace, you'll
net yourself an Amulet Coin.
<SL> While in here, you should check out the book along the westernmost
shelf. Looking left, you can read about a "Mysterious Stone" and its
effects on Pokmon... interesting, huh?
That's really all there is to this upper floor as well. You can check out the
balcony to the east, but it's really for your own enjoyment. When you're done
exploring, return to the first floor and go through the center-north gate. This
large courtyard is overwhelming, to be honest. There's simply so much to
explore! It really /is/ Versailles! Heading east, locate a hedge pattern that
forces your camera to an overhead view. Fine the Antidote at the northern apex
of bushes! Heading to the western maze this time, find your way toward the
center, looking for the yellow item. Pick it up for HM 01 Cut! If you head
northwest from here in this particular maze, you should also be able to find a
clearing with a Super Potion.
Head north now. There's the Furfrou! This part is a puzzle... but it's a
relatively easy puzzle at that :)
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Dog
Target
Setup #
Walking Direction

Basically, you want to put Shauna as the numbered positions (1 first, 2


second), and you want to walk in the corresponding direction to force the
Furfrou upwards. The puzzle should be easy to complete. To get Shauna to move
from one position to another, simply talk to her; to get her to stay in one
position, talk to her. Once you've finished this puzzle, the man will collect
his Furfrou and tell you to go to the balcony. To the balcony!
<SL> ._.
<vin> I think Shauna's falling for ya ;)
After the, uh, "fireworks show," the man will give you the Pok Flute! Yay!
Well, he's not actually "giving" it to you; he expects you to give it back.

However, the butler is far more sympathetic, giving your avatar TM 17 Protect.
Now let's get back to Route 6! To do so, take the southeastern exit in the main
clearing in front of the palace.
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`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 6
P a l a i s L a n e
_______________________________[vs3021]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 19 | o Quilladin
Lv 19 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 18 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 18 |
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| o Ralts
Lv 16 | o Charmeleon
Lv 17 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 16 | o Ralts
Lv 14 |
|||||
|
Trainers | Backpacker Jerome | Tourist Takemi
| Youngster Jacob
|
|
| Reward: 560P
| Reward: 1008P
| Reward: 312P
|
|
| o Fletchling
| o Volbeat
Lv 14 | o Croagunk Lv 11 |
|
|
Lv 14 |
| o Beedrill Lv 13 |
|
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|
| Tourist Mari
| Pok Fan Family
| Beautry Brigitte |
|
| Reward: 1008P
| Jan & Erin
| Reward: 960P
|
|
| o Illumise Lv 14 | (Double Battle)
| o Espurr
Lv 12 |
|
|
| Reward: 2240P
| o Butterfree Lv 12 |
|
|
| o Furfrou
Lv 14 |
|
|
|
| o Furfrou
Lv 14 |
|
|
||||
|
| Youngster Tyler
| Backpacker Rodgerik|
|
|
| Reward: 288P
| Reward: 560P
|
|
|
| o Venipede Lv 12 | o Bunnelby Lv 14 |
|
|
| o Scraggy
Lv 12 |
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Antidote
x1 | [_] X Speed
x1 |
|
| [_] Tiny Mushroom
x1 | [_] Paralyze Heal
x1 |
|
| [_] Awakening
x1 | [_] Super Repel
x1 |
|
| [_] Ultra Ball
x1 |
|
||||
|
Berries | [_] Aguav Berry
x1 |
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 09 Venoshock
| [_] TM 17 Protect
|
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Sentret
| Normal
| ~22%
| 10-11 |
|
| Kecleon
| Normal
| ~4%
| 12 |
|
| Oddish
| Grass/Poison
| ~36%
| 10-12 |
|
| Nincada
| Bug
| ~10%
| 12 |
|
| Espurr
| Psychic
| ~20%
| 11-12 |
|
| Honedge
| Steel/Ghost
| ~8%
| 11-12 |
| Day / Grass
| Sentret
| Normal
| ~22%
| 10-11 |
|
| Kecleon
| Normal
| ~4%
| 12 |
|
| Oddish
| Grass/Poison
| ~36%
| 10-12 |
|
| Nincada
| Bug
| ~10%
| 12 |

|
| Espurr
| Psychic
| ~20%
| 11-12 |
|
| Honedge
| Steel/Ghost
| ~8%
| 11-12 |
| Night / Grass
| Sentret
| Normal
| ~22%
| 10-11 |
|
| Kecleon
| Normal
| ~4%
| 12 |
|
| Oddish
| Grass/Poison
| ~36%
| 10-12 |
|
| Nincada
| Bug
| ~10%
| 12 |
|
| Espurr
| Psychic
| ~20%
| 11-12 |
|
| Honedge
| Steel/Ghost
| ~8%
| 11-12 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

So now we're in this southeastern portion of Route 6, yes? While this is


completely /optional/ (you can simply take the tree-lined route we took
earlier), you will miss out on a lot of cool Pokmon and experience that will
be valuable for the next gym battle. Hence, we cover this part of the Route.
Head south and locate the yellow... thing in the grass. This is Backpacker
Jerome. After you face him (or not), head southeast from his position to find
an item in the clearing: an Antidote! If you head west from here (hitting the
up-slope-wall) and then south, you will find an X Speed in another clearing.
Return to the main path; as you make your way down, you'll be challenged by
Tourist Takemi. Now, if you head behind Takemi and then up the little inlet of
grass, you'll find another clearing. Investigate the center of the back wall to
get a Tiny Mushroom! If you head directly south from here, you'll (eventually)
come across another clearing with a Paralyze Heal.
Continuing south from here, you'll find another trainer challenging you along
the way: Youngster Jacob! (If you can't find him, stick to the path...). There
actually isn't too much around here, so let's head northwest toward the female
trainer near the other tourist. Going south from her, you should be able to
find another item up on a western ledge. We have to go down and around and up
to get on the same level as the item, which just so happens to be TM 09
Venoshock!
<SL> Hey, to those of you chose Bulbasaur earlier: PoisonPowder + Venoshock
= Awesome!
There isn't much else in this particular section of Route 6, so let's try the
other side! Head north back up to the Palace and then take the south/western/
exit to find the other tall-grass-maze-like-area. (Feel free to return to
Camphrier Town to heal, if needed).
The other side of the Route isn't much more friendlier. Upon walking downward
toward the grass, you'll be challenge by Pok Fan Family Jan & Erin. This
battle is actually rather tough as your opponents have quite a bit of synergy;
just focus on one! If you continue straight down, you should come across
another trainer: Brigitte. Head nearly directly west of her to find a Super
Repel on a ledge above some grass. Now go east. You should be able to rather
easily find another item in a clearing: an Awakening. From here, head south and
west quite a bit until you find a rather large berry tree: pick up an Aguav
Berry in front of it.
Continuing directly southward from here will net you another trainer:
Youngster Tyler. Now merge back onto the main path and head south some more.
Once you reach a small path that is perpendicular to yours, head west. Defeat
the Backpacker's Bunnelby and locate the clearing the southwesternmost
clearing--pick up the Ultra Ball! Once you've gotten this item, feel free to
leave via the exit to your east!
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====

G R A N T ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 7
R i v i r e
W a l k
_______________________________[vs3022]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 20 | o Quilladin
Lv 20 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 20 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 20 |
|
| o Ralts
Lv 19 | o Charmeleon
Lv 20 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 18 | o Ralts
Lv 19 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 16 | o Oddish
Lv 12 |
|||||
|
Trainers | Artist Georgia
| Artist Family
| Artist ???
|
|
| Reward: 896P
| Mona & Paolo
| Reward: 896P
|
|
| o Smeargle Lv 16 | (Double Battle)
| o Smeargle Lv 16 |
|
|
| Reward: 1792P
|
|
|
|
| o Smeargle Lv 16 |
|
|
|
| o Smeargle Lv 16 |
|
||||
|
Items | [_] X Sp. Def
x1 | [_] PP Up
x1 |
|
| [_] Tiny Mushroom
x1 |
|
||||
|
Berries | [_] Perism Berry
x1 |
|
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Smeargle
| Normal
| ~12%
| 14 |
|
| Ducklett
| Water/Flying
| ~12%
| 14 |
|
| Illumise
| Bug
| ~10%
| 13 |
|
| Volbeat
| Bug
| ~10%
| 13 |
|
| Roselia
| Grass/Poison
| ~10%
| 14 |
|
| Croagunk
| Poison/Fighting | ~4%
| 14 |
|
| Flabb
| Fairy
| ~22%
| 12-14 |
|
| Swirlix (X) | Fairy
| ~10%
| 14 |
|
| Spritzee (Y)| Fairy
| ~10%
| 14 |
| Morning / Horde
| Hoppip
| Grass/Flying
| ~9%
| 7 |
|
| Psyduck
| Water/Psychic
| ~1%
| 7 |
| Day / Grass
| Smeargle
| Normal
| ~12%
| 14 |
|
| Ducklett
| Water/Flying
| ~12%
| 14 |
|
| Illumise
| Bug
| ~10%
| 13 |
|
| Volbeat
| Bug
| ~10%
| 13 |
|
| Roselia
| Grass/Poison
| ~10%
| 14 |
|
| Croagunk
| Poison/Fighting | ~4%
| 14 |
|
| Flabb
| Fairy
| ~22%
| 12-14 |
|
| Swirlix (X) | Fairy
| ~10%
| 14 |
|
| Spritzee (Y)| Fairy
| ~10%
| 14 |
| Day / Horde
| Hoppip
| Grass/Flying
| ~10%
| 7 |
|
| Psyduck
| Water/Psychic
| ~1%
| 7 |
| Night / Grass
| Smeargle
| Normal
| ~12%
| 14 |
|
| Ducklett
| Water/Flying
| ~12%
| 14 |
|
| Illumise
| Bug
| ~10%
| 13 |
|
| Volbeat
| Bug
| ~10%
| 13 |
|
| Roselia
| Grass/Poison
| ~10%
| 14 |
|
| Croagunk
| Poison/Fighting | ~4%
| 14 |
|
| Flabb
| Fairy
| ~22%
| 12-14 |
|
| Swirlix (X) | Fairy
| ~10%
| 14 |

|
| Spritzee (Y)| Fairy
| ~10%
| 14 |
| Night / Horde
| Hoppip
| Grass/Flying
| ~10%
| 7 |
|
| Psyduck
| Water/Psychic
| ~1%
| 7 |
| Field Event
| Snorlax
| Normal
| N/A
| 15 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Note: We've been receiving reports of inconsistencies in these encounter rates;


they will be updated with new data eventually.
<SL> Feel free to heal/recuperate at Camphrier Town as needed! I recommend
getting a lot of Super Potions!
Head back to the bridge where the Snorlax was! Upon reaching there, the man
will ready the flute--save before the Snorlax wakes up. You want to catch it,
right? For this battle, we'd recommend trying to incapacitate the Snorlax
either by paralyzing him or by lowering his accuracy repeatedly. (If you had
one of your Pokmon learn Thief, now would be a great time to use it; this
Snorlax is holding a Sitrus Berry). Once the Snorlax has been cleared up, we
can finally get to the rest of Route 7!
After we step a bit into the other part of Route 7, Trevor and Tierno will
invite us to the Pokmon Day Care Center. This is where all Pokmon breeding
takes place! Pokmon left here will earn one experience point for every step
you take. For more on breeding, see "Breeding" in Pokmon Ins & Outs [vs2004].
Let's go back outside!
Now that we're back outside, start heading westward. Along the way, Artist
Georgia will challenge you to a battle. Farther down, you can talk to Trevor
to compare Pokdexes. The point is mostly moot, but it's still something
interesting to do. Directly south of where Trevor was standing is an item in a
small sliver of open grass: X Sp. Def! Northwest of here, you should be able to
battle another set of trainers.
A bit further to the west, Trevor will introduce you to the Battle Chateau. If
you step inside, Viola will recognize you and you will be inducted into the
Battle Chateau. We won't cover the Chateau here, but you can look forward to
its inclusion in another section!
<SL> This is actually a rather good place to earn some Pok and some
experience. Check it out if you have the time!
Farther down to the west is another Artist trainer. Battle him at your
leisure! Also, if you head just beyond this trainer, you'll begin a doubles
battle: You and Serena vs. Trevor and Tierno!
PKMN Trainers
Reward: 3000P
__
__
__
| |_|__|.-----.----.-----.-----. _| |_ | |_.----.-----.--.--.-----.----.
| _| || -__| _|
| _ | |_
_| | _| _| -__| | | _ | _|
|____|__||_____|__| |__|__|_____| |__| |____|__| |_____|\___/|_____|__|
.~^||`~.
| o Corphish
Lv 16 | o Pikachu
Lv 14 | o Flabb
|
| Water
| Electric
| Fairy
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Swords Dance
| ~ Quick Attack
| ~ Fairy Wind
|
| ~ Vice Grip
| ~ Thundershock
| ~ ???
|
| ~ ???
| ~ ???
| ~ ???
|
| ~ ???
| ~ ???
| ~ ???
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
__

| Serena's Pokmon: Fletchling Lv 14; Quilladan Lv 16


|
|
|
| Start out by focusing on Tierno; he only has one Pokmon, and it's very |
| frail. Afterwards, take care of Trevor's Pikachu with any attack (it's |
| also frail). Flabb is a joke. Just use strong attacks for this battle: |
| no extra strategy involved!
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

After the battle, head directly south to find a PP Up. Back on the main road,
we can now head west without hindrance. At the fork in the road, we can either
take the cave to Cyllage Town or the southwestern path to Ambrette Town.
Because, Serena mentioned Ambrette, let's head southwest! Once you reach the
grass head in it to find a Perism Berry and a Tiny Mushroom in the
southwesternmost corner. Return to the main road and take the southern cave to
Ambrette Town.
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
G R A N T ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
C o n n e c t i n g C a v e
Z u b a t R o o s t
_______________________________[vs3023]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 22 | o Quilladin
Lv 23 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 20 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 21 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lv 20 | o Charmeleon
Lv 20 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 20 | o Kirlia
Lv 20 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 19 | o Oddish
Lv 12 |
|
| o Illumise
Lv 13 |
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Cave
| Whismur
| Normal
| ~25%
| 13-15 |
|
| Meditite
| Fighting/Psychic | ~25%
| 13-15 |
|
| Zubat
| Poison/Flying
| ~40%
| 13-15 |
|
| Axew
| Dragon
| ~4%
| 14 |
| Morning / Horde
| Whismur
| Normal
| ~4%
| 7 |
|
| Zubat
| Poison/Flying
| ~2%
| 8 |
| Day / Cave
| Whismur
| Normal
| ~25%
| 13-15 |
|
| Meditite
| Fighting/Psychic | ~25%
| 13-15 |
|
| Zubat
| Poison/Flying
| ~40%
| 13-15 |
|
| Axew
| Dragon
| ~4%
| 14 |
| Day / Horde
| Whismur
| Normal
| ~4%
| 7 |
|
| Zubat
| Poison/Flying
| ~2%
| 8 |
| Night / Cave
| Whismur
| Normal
| ~25%
| 13-15 |
|
| Meditite
| Fighting/Psychic | ~25%
| 13-15 |
|
| Zubat
| Poison/Flying
| ~40%
| 13-15 |
|
| Axew
| Dragon
| ~4%
| 14 |
| Night / Horde
| Whismur
| Normal
| ~4%
| 7 |
|
| Zubat
| Poison/Flying
| ~2%
| 8 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Don't worry, this cave is short. Furthermore, the doctor halfway through it is
a hoot; she'll restore your Pokmon to full health! Nevertheless, there are

still quite a few... different Pokmon to catch in this cave.


--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
G R A N T ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 8
( C l i f f )
M u r a i l l e C o a s t
_______________________________[vs3024]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 22 | o Quilladin
Lv 23 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 20 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 21 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lv 20 | o Charmeleon
Lv 21 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 20 | o Kirlia
Lv 20 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 19 | o Oddish
Lv 12 |
|
| o Illumise
Lv 13 |
|
|||||
|
Trainers |Rising Star Paulette| Rising Star Rhys | Black Belt Cadoc |
|
| Reward: 1140P
| Reward: 1020P
| Reward: 960P
|
|
| o Axew
Lv 19 | o Pancham
Lv 15 | o Machop
Lv 20 |
|
|
| o Goldeen
Lv 17 |
|
|
|
| o Skiddo
Lv 16 |
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Super Potion
x1 | [_] HP Up
x1 |
|
| [_] Leaf Stone
x1 |
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Mienfoo
| Fighting
| ~18%
| 15 |
|
| Absol
| Dark
| ~10%
| 15 |
|
| Inkay
| Dark/Psychic
| ~12%
| 14-15 |
|
| Spoink
| Psychic
| ~8%
| 13-14 |
|
| Drifloon
| Ghost/Flying
| ~20%
| 13-15 |
|
| Zangoose(X) | Normal
| ~10%
| 14 |
|
| Seviper (Y) | Poison
| ~10%
| 14 |
|
| Bagon
| Dragon
| ~8%
| 15 |
| Morning / Horde
| Zangoose
| Normal
| ~8%
| 8 |
|
|
& Seviper | Poison
|
|
|
|
| Wingull
| Water/Flying
| ~5%
| 7 |
|
| Taillow
| Normal/Flying
| ~1%
| 7 |
| Day / Grass
| Mienfoo
| Fighting
| ~18%
| 15 |
|
| Absol
| Dark
| ~10%
| 15 |
|
| Inkay
| Dark/Psychic
| ~12%
| 14-15 |
|
| Spoink
| Psychic
| ~8%
| 13-14 |
|
| Drifloon
| Ghost/Flying
| ~20%
| 13-15 |
|
| Zangoose(X) | Normal
| ~10%
| 14 |
|
| Seviper (Y) | Poison
| ~10%
| 14 |
|
| Bagon
| Dragon
| ~8%
| 15 |
| Day / Horde
| Zangoose
| Normal
| ~8%
| 8 |
|
|
& Seviper | Poison
|
|
|
|
| Wingull
| Water/Flying
| ~5%
| 7 |
|
| Taillow
| Normal/Flying
| ~1%
| 7 |
| Night / Grass
| Mienfoo
| Fighting
| ~18%
| 15 |
|
| Absol
| Dark
| ~10%
| 15 |
|
| Inkay
| Dark/Psychic
| ~12%
| 14-15 |
|
| Spoink
| Psychic
| ~8%
| 13-14 |

|
| Drifloon
| Ghost/Flying
| ~20%
| 13-15 |
|
| Zangoose(X) | Normal
| ~10%
| 14 |
|
| Seviper (Y) | Poison
| ~10%
| 14 |
|
| Bagon
| Dragon
| ~8%
| 15 |
| Night / Horde
| Zangoose
| Normal
| ~8%
| 8 |
|
|
& Seviper | Poison
|
|
|
|
| Wingull
| Water/Flying
| ~5%
| 7 |
|
| Taillow
| Normal/Flying
| ~1%
| 7 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

As you walk down the steps, those two kids from Lumiose City will stop you
again. They will inform you about the Pokdex split; there are multiple
Pokdexes to keep track of each sub-region of Kalos! We're now in Coastal.
After they leave, we are free to explore Route 8. Head north and east along the
small trail to a small rock. Investigate the rock for a Super Potion. Now the
hard part.
Muraille Coast is basically one big ride down to the beach. For this route,
you'll want to head to the left, take the first ledge down, take the left down,
go down again, go down again, then go right. If done correctly, you should end
up next to an HP Up. From here, head right again and go down. You can battle
Rising Star Paulette if you want, but you really just need to keep going south.
After Paulette, take the stairs to the east and continue southward.
You'll find Rising Star Rhys along the way. Keep heading southward down the
stairs. From there, head west (south is a no-go with the rocks). Keep going
west and defeat Black Belt Cadoc with a Psychic- or Flying-type. This jette is
a great view, huh?
<SL> If only we could jump down and skip the other half of the Route! >_>
Now double-back eastward and continue toward the grassy patch. As you press
ahead southward, you'll come across a muddy depression with singular stones
jutting up all over the place. Ignore the first entry way; rather, go south
and enter the second one and cross directly eastward. You should be able to
grab the Leaf Stone rather easily. Afterward, return to the other side and go
back up to take the main path downward. You'll end up heading toward the next
area southward.
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
G R A N T ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
A m b r e t t e T o w n
_______________________________[vs3025]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 22 | o Quilladin
Lv 23 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 22 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 21 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lv 21 | o Charmeleon
Lv 22 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 22 | o Kirlia
Lv 20 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 20 | o Oddish
Lv 12 |
|
| o Axew
Lv 14 |
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Rocky Helmet
x1 |
|
|
|
|
|
||||

|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 96 Nature Power
| [_] TM 94 Rock Smash
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Key Items | [_] Old Rod
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Rock Smash| Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Rock Smash
| Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Rock Smash | Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

As we enter town, Serena will stop to tell us that we should head to both (a)
the Aquarium and (b) the Fossil Museum. Those both sound like fun stops, right?
Firstly, let's go to the Pokmon Center. The Pok Mart inside has the same
wares as the last town, but we'll list them here again for your convenience.
Head back outside.
______________________
| Pok MART
|
|
|
| Pokball ------ 200P |
| Great Ball ---- 600P |
| Potion -------- 300P |
| Super Potion -- 700P |
| Antidote ------ 100P |
| Paralyze Heal - 200P |
| Awakening ----- 250P |
| Burn Heal ----- 250P |
| Ice Heal ------ 250P |
| Escape Rope --- 550P |
| Repel --------- 350P |
|______________________|
<SL> If you talk to the man in the white suit, he'll tell you about some
super-rare stones on Route 10. Mega Stones...?
<SL> Oh, and I also just noticed vin copied me and got a Ralts! >_> <_<
If you head outside an dtalk to the woman milling about, she will give you TM
94 Rock Smash. Hooray! The man to the south will trade you a Dive Ball for a
Pok Ball. He will offer to trade every day, and, trust us, this trade is a
good deal! The woman in the colonial house just to the west of here will want
to see a Pokmon with above a certain number in a certain stat every day; we
probably can't show her what she wants /now/, but eventually we'll be able to
meet her high standards. If we head farther south, we'll find the Fossil Lab.
Once in the lab, head up and to the right. Serena will catch up to you,
and she will press ahead to talk to the archaeologists. The archaeological
assistant in Glittering Cave. While this area is optional, we will cover it for
the walkthrough in just a bit. Firstly, go outside and head to the Ambrette
Hotel, which is just to the west of the lab.

Head right once inside the hotel and talk to the trainer roaming about. He
will give you TM 96 Nature Power--awesome! If you go upstairs and talk to the
man in the pink suit at the end of the hallway, he will give you /another/ OPower. Once you're done in the hotel, head outside and go up to the Aquarium
(next-door to the Pokmon Center).
This Aquarium's rocking, right? None of the people on the upper level will
give you anything, but the man in the center on the lower level will give you
an Old Rod to go fishing with. Yay! Before we head to the next segment of Route
8, let's go back to Glittering Cave via the southeastern exit in Ambrette Town.
Talk to the woman inside to receive a Rocky Helmet. Continue to Route 9.
<SL> I've always loved aquariums and this one's no different... it's so
awesome! *_*
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G R A N T ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 9
S p i k e s P a s s a g e
_______________________________[vs3026]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 22 | o Quilladin
Lv 23 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 22 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 21 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lv 21 | o Charmeleon
Lv 22 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 22 | o Kirlia
Lv 20 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 21 | o Snorlax
Lv 15 |
|
| o Axew
Lv 14 |
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Sky Trainer Orion |
|
|
|
| Reward: 2100P
|
|
|
|
| o Ledian
Lv 21 |
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] X Defense
x1 | [_] Paralyze Heal
x1 |
|
| [_] Fire Stone
x1 |
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Rhyhorn | Sandile
| Ground/Dark
| ~50%
| 15-17 |
|
| Hippopotas | Ground
| ~25%
| 15-16 |
|
| Helioptile | Normal/Electric | ~25%
| 16 |
| Day / Rhyhorn
| Sandile
| Ground/Dark
| ~50%
| 15-17 |
|
| Hippopotas | Ground
| ~25%
| 15-16 |
|
| Helioptile | Normal/Electric | ~25%
| 16 |
| Night / Rhyhorn
| Sandile
| Ground/Dark
| ~50%
| 15-17 |
|
| Hippopotas | Ground
| ~25%
| 15-16 |
|
| Helioptile | Normal/Electric | ~25%
| 16 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Head down the steps and continue to the Rhyhorn. You can embark him from the
side, and he will take you across the rocky steppe. Along the way, we'll face
Pokmon, though! Ride the Rhyhorn down to the large boulders and press "A" to
have him destroy these impediments. When the clearing on the left becomes
apparent, make your way there and destroy the boulder blocking the stairs.
Disembark (this is actually harder than you would think) and grab the item for

an X Defense! Re-embark Rhyhorn and continue down the cragg.


Keep heading up (this isn't really north anymore, is it?), and make a right at
the fork in the road. Because we're going so slow, it's very hard to miss. :)
Destroy this boulder and grab the Paralyze Heal. Go down and walk along the
cliff to get a Fire Stone at the end of this jut. Get back on Rhyhorn and head
up the other path. Keep going up and take a right at the next fork. Destroy
this stair-protecting boulder and disembark again. Head south and grab the Dusk
Ball. Now go back up and go counterclockwise up to the top of the rock.
Challenge the Sky Trainer if you dare! Sky Battles are unique in that only
Pokmon that can fly (not necessarily Flying-types) can battle. If you don't
have a flying Pokmon, you can't battle!
Now return to the Rhyhorn and go to the end of the rocky area. Disembark.
You can talk to the lady in red to have your Pokmon fully restored.
Hallelujah! Head up the steps and step inside the cave to explore Glittering
Cave!
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G R A N T ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
G l i t t e r i n g C a v e
_______________________________[vs3027]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 22 | o Quilladin
Lv 23 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 23 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 21 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lv 21 | o Charmeleon
Lv 22 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 22 | o Kirlia
Lv 20 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 22 | o Snorlax
Lv 15 |
|
| o Axew
Lv 14 |
|
|||
| Field Moves | Rock Smash
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Grunt x2|
|
| Reward: 720P
| Reward: 720P
| (Double Battle)
|
|
| o Houndour Lv 18 | o Gulpin
Lv 18 | Reward: 1600P
|
|
| o Zubat
Lv 18 | o Electrike Lv 18 | o Scraggy
Lv 20 |
|
|
|
| o Croagunk Lv 20 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Hard Stone
x1 | [_] Escape Rope
x1 |
|
| [_] Jaw/Sail Fossil
x1 |
|
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 65 Shadow Claw
|
|
|
|
|
|
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| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Dark Spot | Kangaskhan | Normal
| ~5%
| 17 |
|
| Machop
| Fighting
| ~30%
| 15-16 |
|
| Cubone
| Ground
| ~5%
| 16 |
|
| Onix
| Rock/Ground
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Rhyhorn
| Rock/Ground
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Solrock
| Rock/Psychic
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Lunatone
| Rock/Psychic
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Mawile
| Steel/Fairy
| TBD
| 17? |
| Morning / Ceiling | Woobat
| Psychic/Flying | ~80%
| 15-17 |

|
| Ferroseed | Steel/Grass
| ~20%
| 15-17 |
| Morning / Rock Smash| Dwebble
| Bug/Rock
| ~70%
| 15-17 |
|
| Onix
| Rock/Ground
| ~30%
| 15-16 |
| Day / Dark Spot
| Kangaskhan | Normal
| ~5%
| 17 |
|
| Machop
| Fighting
| ~30%
| 15-16 |
|
| Cubone
| Ground
| ~5%
| 16 |
|
| Onix
| Rock/Ground
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Rhyhorn
| Rock/Ground
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Solrock
| Rock/Psychic
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Mawile
| Steel/Fairy
| TBD
| 17? |
|
| Lunatone
| Rock/Psychic
| ~15%
| 17 |
| Day/ Ceiling
| Woobat
| Psychic/Flying | ~80%
| 15-17 |
|
| Ferroseed | Steel/Grass
| ~20%
| 15-17 |
| Day / Rock Smash
| Dwebble
| Bug/Rock
| ~70%
| 15-17 |
|
| Onix
| Rock/Ground
| ~30%
| 15-16 |
| Night / Dark Spot | Kangaskhan | Normal
| ~5%
| 17 |
|
| Machop
| Fighting
| ~30%
| 15-16 |
|
| Cubone
| Ground
| ~5%
| 16 |
|
| Onix
| Rock/Ground
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Rhyhorn
| Rock/Ground
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Solrock
| Rock/Psychic
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Lunatone
| Rock/Psychic
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Mawile
| Steel/Fairy
| TBD
| 17? |
| Night / Ceiling
| Woobat
| Psychic/Flying | ~80%
| 15-17 |
|
| Ferroseed | Steel/Grass
| ~20%
| 15-17 |
| Night / Rock Smash | Dwebble
| Bug/Rock
| ~70%
| 15-17 |
|
| Onix
| Rock/Ground
| ~30%
| 15-16 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Note: Encounter Rates are much more rough in this cave.


Note: "Ceiling" means the ground-crumbling dark spots in the back of the cave.
The first part of this cave is a first-person view maze. Hence, this map will
be useful. Make your way to the door in the back; also be sure to grab the Hard
Stone and TM 65 Shadow Claw. There are random encounters in dark areas around
corners, so be wary of those!
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Back
|_B__ |
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|A |
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Entrance

A = Hard Stone
B = TM 65 Shadow Claw

Once in the back portion of the cave, you'll come across a weird dude in a red
suit. Say that you don't know your way around fire to battle the goon from Team
Flare! He's basically a normal trainer, so you should be fine... but there's
more of them. Head up and right down the mine cart path. This grunt is followed
by two more up and around the corner (to the left). Serena will join you for
this battle, making it 2 v 2. After you defeat those grunts, keep going around,
making your way to the scientist. Grab the Escape Rope near the end of the
tunnel. Now approach the archaeologist. He will give you the choice of two
fossils: the Jaw Fossil and the Sail Fossil. The Jaw Fossil becomes Tyrunt
while the Sail Fossil becomes Amaurus. The assistant will then leave.
Time for us to leave! You can either use that Escape Rope we just got, or you
can take the long way out. Either way, make your way back to Ambrette Town via
Route 9 or Teleport.
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G R A N T ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
A m b r e t t e T o w n
_______________________________[vs3028]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 23 | o Quilladin
Lv 24 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 23 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 22 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lv 22 | o Charmeleon
Lv 22 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 23 | o Kirlia
Lv 15 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 22 | o Snorlax
Lv 15 |
|
| o Axew
Lv 14 |
|
|||
| Field Moves | Rock Smash
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Aerodactylite
x1 |
|
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Rock Smash| Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Rock Smash
| Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Rock Smash | Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Field Event
| Tyrunt
| Rock/Dragon
| N/A
| 20 |
| Field Event
| Amaurus
| Rock/Ice
| N/A
| 20 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Feel free to heal! Afterwards, go to the Fossil Lab and talk to the
receptionist at the front counter. The reseacher will transform that fossil
right into a Pokmon! Cool! Afterwards, if you talk to the male researcher to
the right, he will give you Aerodactylite. Sweet! Now we can feel free to head
to Route 8 (Ocean) via the Aquarium.
<SL> Using Rock Smash on breakable rocks can yield you an Old Amber, if

you're lucky! Get crackin'! (rocks, that is)


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G R A N T ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 8
( O c e a n )
M u r a i l l e C o a s t
_______________________________[vs3029]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 22 | o Quilladin
Lv 24 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 22 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 22 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lv 21 | o Charmeleon
Lv 22 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 22 | o Kirlia
Lv 22 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 20 | o Amaura
Lv 20 |
|
| o Axew
Lv 14 | o Snorlax
Lv 15 |
|||
| Field Moves | Rock Smash
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Swimmer F Genevieve| Fisherman Wharton | Fisherman Shad
|
|
| Reward: 960P
| Reward: 1064P
| Reward: 1120P
|
|
| o Wingull
Lv 19 | o Tentacool Lv 19 | o Shellder Lv 20 |
|
| o Psyduck
Lv 21 | o Tentacool Lv 19 | o Staryu
Lv 20 |
|
|
| o Tentacool Lv 19 |
|
|
||||
|
| Swimmer F Marissa |
|
|
|
| Reward: 352P
|
|
|
|
| o Masquerain Lv 22 |
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Pearl
x2 | [_] Star Dust
x1 |
|
| [_] Heart Scale
x1 | [_] Ultra Ball
x1 |
||||
|
Berries | [_] Mago Berry
x1 |
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Key Items | [_] Dowsing Machine
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Rock Smash| Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Rock Smash
| Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Rock Smash | Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Make your way to the beach, descending the rocky craggs and the stairs. Once
down, head west and south and then east around the cliff to find a Pearl at the
end of this hideaway. (Yes, we're in Ambrette Town, but we're counting it as
Route 8). If you break the cracked rocks in this area, you should be able to

earn yourself some items. In order to break the rocks, you'll want to use Rock
Smash via field moves. Rock Smash can be learned by multiple Pokmon, many of
which were in Route 8 (Cliff). Return to Route 8 (Ocean) proper when you're
ready.
<SL> Catching a Luvdisc is a good idea; it'll be useful in a trade coming
up.
Head north and to the west. More breakable rocks, by the way. We're not sure
how berry trees can grow on the beach, but pick up your Mago Berry and call it
a day. (Not really). Now go northeast. The swimmer up here will give you a
Dowsing Machine! These things are super useful as they can be used to find
hidden items. The rods get louder, redder, and grow farther apart as you get
closer to the item. If you use this Dowsing Machine here, you should be able to
find a Stardust far to the west of where we are currently standing (by the Mago
tree). A Heart Scale is also just to the southeast of the Stardust. Only two
more hidden items left! There's an Ultra Ball far to the northeast in a rock
and a Pearl to the north (along the beach) of that Ultra Ball.
<SL> Anyone else love skating along the edge of the beach? No? Just me?
The camera zoom-out is cool too...
Now let's go north along the beach. The trainers will start to come! First up
is a female swimmer. You can also talk to the fisherman out near the water for
a battle, if you want. Farther up the shore is another fisherman with
/slightly/ less Pokmon. :) More trainers up ahead: another female swimmer!
This is actually it for this route... up ahead is Cyllage Town!
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G R A N T ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
C y l l a g e T o w n
_______________________________[vs3030]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 23 | o Quilladin
Lv 25 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 23 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 22 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lv 22 | o Charmeleon
Lv 22 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 23 | o Kirlia
Lv 24 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 22 | o Amaura
Lv 20 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 21 | o Snorlax
Lv 15 |
|||||
|
Trainers | Rising Star Didier | Hiker Craig
| Rising Star Manon |
|
| Reward: 1380P
| Reward: 1344P
| Reward: 1320P
|
|
| o Dwebble
Lv 21 | o Roggenrola Lv 24 | o Solrock
Lv 22 |
|
| o Relicanth Lv 23 |
| o Lunatone Lv 22 |
|
||||
|
| Hiker Bernard
|
|
|
|
| Reward: 1176P
|
|
|
|
| o Rhyhorn
Lv 21 |
|
|
|
| o Nosepass Lv 21 |
|
|
|
| o Onix
Lv 21 |
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Pearl
x1 | [_] Destiny Knot
x1 |
|
| [_] X Speed
x1 | [_] X Sp. Attack
x1 |
|
| [_] X Defense
x1 |
|
||||

|
Berries | [_] Perism Berry
x3 |
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 44 Rest
| [_] HM 04 Strength
|
|
| [_] TM 88 Sleep Talk
| [_] TM 39 Rock Tomb
|
||||
|
Key Items | [_] Bicycle
| [_] Cliff Badge
|
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Rock Smash| Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Rock Smash
| Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Rock Smash | Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

<SL> Trendy beach music, right?


Head north once in town! Find the first colonial house on the right; proceed
inside. If you talk to the man in the northeastern corner by the sink, he will
give you a Sachet. Let's go back outside now. Go back out to the beach. Head
up the western edge. Feel free to destroy the rocks as you go along (the
Pokmon haven't changed, though). Once you've adequately explored the beach,
move out into the water. Find the small sand bar out in the ocean and
investigate the rock for a Pearl (use the Dowsing Machine).
Go to the northernmost part of the beach. Head into town via the cycling path.
Up north across the bridge is Route 10, which you are free to explore if you'd
like to toughen up your Pokmon or shop for new ones. Otherwise, follow the
cycling path east. Use your Dowsing Machine to locate an X Speed just to the
east of the finish line. Keep going east then go south to find the Cyllage
clothing store. Wares will be posted once we determine the discrepensies
between male and female clothes. Thanks for your patience!
<SL> Anyone else love the clothing store music?
Other than the clothing store, you can head immediately northwest from here to
find Hotel Cyllange. In here, head left and talk to the man at the leftmost
table who is sitting farther to the north; he will give you TM 44 Rest. His
tablemate will give you TM 88 Sleep Talk. Head upstairs and talk to the main
standing just near the stairs; she will give you a Destiny Knot. Meanwhile,
in the last room... yep, you guessed it! Mr. O is back and will give you
another O-Power! Head back outside now.
Head west from here and enter the caf. You can pay to sit anywhere and
restore your Pokmons' health. Head back outside again.
<SL> If you talk to the man at the counter, he will tell you about eating
a Pokmon! D:
Head south from here and find the colonial house just north of the Pokmon
Center. If you talk to the woman at the table inside, she will give you a quiz
about confusion (answers: Perism Berry and Confused) and then give you three

Perism Berries. There isn't much else inside this house, so go back outside.
Let's head up the bicycle path east of the clothing shop; at the top, a man
will give us HM 04 Strength! Cool! Now let's go to the Pokmon Center. The Pok
Mart here specializes in Pokballs! Also, the man near the front of the
building will trade a Steelix for a Luvdisc. The Pokmon's attributes are
listed below as well.
______________________
| Pok MART
|
|
|
| Pokball ------ 200P |
| Great Ball ---- 600P |
| Potion -------- 300P |
| Super Potion -- 700P |
| Antidote ------ 100P |
| Paralyze Heal - 200P |
| Awakening ----- 250P |
| Burn Heal ----- 250P |
| Ice Heal ------ 250P |
| Escape Rope --- 550P |
| Repel --------- 350P |
|______________________|

______________________
| Pok MART
|
|
|
| Net Ball ----- 1000P |
| Nest Ball ---- 1000P |
| Dusk Ball ---- 1000P |
|______________________|

_________________
.~^`~.
| Name: Steelix
|
| Nickname: Thumper
|
| Lv: 20
|
| Ability: Rock Head |
| Attacks:
|
| - Rage
|
| - Stealth Rock
|
| - Autotomize
|
| - Gyro Ball
|
'~.___________________,~'

The house immediately next door has a masseuse who will be happy to give your
lead Pokmon's friendliness a boost! Visit him once a day for this boost. The
colonial house to the south has nothing, so let's go to the Bicycle Shop to the
east! Upon entering, you will learn that you're the 1000... first customer to
the shop.
<SL> Crap.
No worries! You still get a bicycle if you tell the man that bicycles come in
multiple colors! You even get to choose which color YOUR bicycle is: yellow or
green. The clerk will then give you your very own Bicycle. Awesome! Now that we
have our bike, get outside and ride the bike to the very top of the hill. Once
up there, ride down the first hill with arrows to the flat part. Now walk down
a bit and find the X Sp. Attack! (Be careful not to fall down...) Ride the hill
back up to the first level and go down near the gym (the big cave in the wall).
Go down a bit and take the dirt hill down to a cliff with X Defense. Keep going
down. Finally, if you'd like, you can visit the Connecting Cave or Route 10 to
level up a bit. Both areas are covered after the gym, though.
Speaking of which, if you're ready, feel free to enter the gym! Be warned,
though, this gym is no pushover. Just entering the gym will make you feel
unimpressive...
You can climb up the right side of this rock to bypass the trainer on the
first level, but it's really not necessary. We want that experience! Anyway,
after that Rising Star trainer, go up the stairs and take the left rock wall to
keep going. Continue moving upward and around the rock! On the left face of the
rock, there will be a dummy rock wall that you should take if you want to face
Hiker Craig. Afterwards, head around to the back face of the rock and face
Rising Star Manon. Now go up this next rock wall. Keep going up! Along the way,
you'll likely be challenged by Hiker Bernard. The last rock wall leads to the
Gym Leader. Are you ready?
__
.-----.----.---.-.-----.| |_
Gym Leader | _ | _| _ |
|| _| Reward: 4000P
______________________|___ |__| |___._|__|__||____|___________________
.~^|_____||`~.

| o Amaura
Lv 25 | o Tyrunt
Lv 25 |
|
| Rock/Ice
| Rock/Dragon
|
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Aurora Beam
| ~ Bite
|
|
| ~ Thunder Wave
| ~ Rock Tomb
|
|
| ~ Take Down
| ~ ???
|
|
| ~ Rock Tomb
| ~ ???
|
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Grass, Water, Ground, Fighting, Fairy, Ice
|
| Items used: Hyper Potion x1
|
|
|
| Amaura is pretty easy, to be honest. Its major weakness to Fighting and |
| to Ground make the Pokmon a pushover. Even if you don't have access to |
| either of the former types, you likely have access to Water or to any
|
| of the neutral- hitting moves. The only thing to watch out for is
|
| Thunder Wave, which you should promptly rid yourself of if it hits.
|
|
|
| Tyrunt is a little harder. This little rascal has Big Jaws as his
|
| ability, making his Bite attack really hurt! Worse yet, Tyrunt's got
|
| very inaccessible weaknesses, unless you have Ice-type moves this early. |
| You'll just have to rely on brute force to get Tyrunt down. The
|
| fortunate thing is that its very easy to get Pokmon that resist
|
| Tyrunt's attacks... Though you really should just rock Tyrunt's socks
|
| off with good attacks!
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

After the battle, Grant will reward you with the Cliff Badge. Grant will also
give you TM 39 Rock Tomb. Awesome! Take the rock-climbing wall and slides on
down and out of this cool gym! Feel free to heal up, but, right afterwards,
we're heading straight to the Connecting Cave and/or Route 10. The Cave is to
the east while Route 10 is to the northwest. Here we go!
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

3.3
T H E T H I R D B A D G E
[vs3031]
K O R R I N A
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

K O R R I N A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
C o n n e c t i n g C a v e
Z u b a t R o o s t
_______________________________[vs3032]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lvl 26 | o Quilladin
Lvl 27 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lvl 25 | o Pidgeotto
Lvl 22 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lvl 26 | o Charmeleon
Lvl 22 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lvl 27 | o Kirlia
Lvl 24 |
|
| o Honedge
Lvl 26 | o Amaura
Lvl 20 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lvl 25 | o Snorlax
Lvl 15 |
|||
| Field Moves | Strength
|
|||||

|
Trainers | PKMN Breeder Mercy |
|
|
|
| Reward: 768P
|
|
|
|
| o Ducklett Lv 12 |
|
|
|
| o Oddish
Lv 12 |
|
|
|
| o Litleo
Lv 12 |
|
|
|
| o Pikachu
Lv 12 |
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Cave
| Whismur
| Normal
| ~25%
| 13-15 |
|
| Meditite
| Fighting/Psychic | ~25%
| 13-15 |
|
| Zubat
| Poison/Flying
| ~40%
| 13-15 |
|
| Axew
| Dragon
| ~4%
| 14 |
| Morning / Horde
| Whismur
| Normal
| ~4%
| 7 |
|
| Zubat
| Poison/Flying
| ~2%
| 8 |
| Day / Cave
| Whismur
| Normal
| ~25%
| 13-15 |
|
| Meditite
| Fighting/Psychic | ~25%
| 13-15 |
|
| Zubat
| Poison/Flying
| ~40%
| 13-15 |
|
| Axew
| Dragon
| ~4%
| 14 |
| Day / Horde
| Whismur
| Normal
| ~4%
| 7 |
|
| Zubat
| Poison/Flying
| ~2%
| 8 |
| Night / Cave
| Whismur
| Normal
| ~25%
| 13-15 |
|
| Meditite
| Fighting/Psychic | ~25%
| 13-15 |
|
| Zubat
| Poison/Flying
| ~40%
| 13-15 |
|
| Axew
| Dragon
| ~4%
| 14 |
| Night / Horde
| Whismur
| Normal
| ~4%
| 7 |
|
| Zubat
| Poison/Flying
| ~2%
| 8 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Head inside! Once you've teached a Pokmon the HM Strength, move the boulder
right in front of the entrance...
<vin> I had Snorlax learn that, as well as Rock Smash. That's the only
reason why I have him in my party :P.
And grab TM40 Aerial Ace. Pretty nice move for Flying-type Pokmons. Now you
can walk down to the end of the line and talk to the backpacker waiting
(im)patiently for the rock to move. It's not going to move. (He will give you
TM 21 Frustration, though). Move the boulder aside and proceed to a fork. Go
right to fight Pokmon Breeder Mercy. That's it. If you exit through the right,
we'll end up in Route 7 again, so do so if you need to.
Return to the fork and go down now. Push the boulder and this now connects
the whole cave. Nice :). Now return to Cyllage City and go north into...
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K O R R I N A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 1 0
M e n h i r T r a i l
_______________________________[vs3033]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lvl 26 | o Quilladin
Lvl 27 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lvl 25 | o Pidgeotto
Lvl 22 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lvl 26 | o Charmeleon
Lvl 22 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lvl 27 | o Kirlia
Lvl 25 |

|
| o Honedge
Lvl 26 | o Amaura
Lvl 20 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lvl 25 | o Snorlax
Lvl 15 |
|||
| Field Moves | Strength
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Psychic Robert
| Tourist Fumiko
| Team Flare Grunt |
|
| Reward: 1232P
| Reward: 1520P
| Reward: 920P
|
|
| o Solosis
Lv 22 | o Skiploom Lv 19 | o Houndour Lv 21 |
|
|
| o Dunsparce Lv 19 | o Golbat
Lv 23 |
|
|
| o Azumarill Lv 19 |
|
|
||||
|
| Psychic Sayid
| Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Grunt |
|
| Reward: 1232P
| Reward: 840P
| Reward: 960P
|
|
| o Meditite Lv 19 | o Electrike Lv 23 | o Gulpin
Lv 24 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lv 21 | o Croagunk Lv 21 |
|
|
||||
|
| Turist Tomoko
|
|
|
|
| Reward: 1520P
|
|
|
|
| o Drifloon Lv 19 |
|
|
|
| o Hippopotas Lv 19 |
|
|
|
| o Pachirisu Lv 19 |
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Mind Plate
x1 | [_] X Accuracy
x1 |
|
| [_] Burn Heal
x1 |
|
||||
|
Berries | [_] Iapapa Berry
x1 | [_]
x1 |
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM73 Thunder Wave
| [_]
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Houndour (X)| Dark/Fire
| ~8%
| 19-21 |
|
| Elektrike(Y)| Electric
| ~8%
| 19-21 |
|
| Hawlucha
| Fighting/Flying | ~8%
| 19-20 |
|
| Eevee
| Normal
| ~16%
| 19-20 |
|
| Sigilyph
| Psychic/Flying | ~14%
| 19-21 |
|
| Emolga
| Normal/Electric | ~4%
| 19-20 |
|
| Golett
| Ground/Ghost
| ~18%
| 19-21 |
|
| Snubbull
| Fairy
| ~18%
| 21 |
| Morning / Horde
| Nosepass
| Rock
| ~12%
| 10 |
|
| Yanma
| Bug/Flying
| ~1%
| 10 |
|
| Houndour (X)| Dark/Fire
| ~1%
| 11 |
|
| Elektrike(Y)| Electric
| ~1%
| 11 |
| Day / Grass
| Houndour (X)| Dark/Fire
| ~8%
| 19-21 |
|
| Elektrike(Y)| Electric
| ~8%
| 19-21 |
|
| Hawlucha
| Fighting/Flying | ~8%
| 19-20 |
|
| Eevee
| Normal
| ~16%
| 19-20 |
|
| Sigilyph
| Psychic/Flying | ~14%
| 19-21 |
|
| Emolga
| Normal/Electric | ~4%
| 19-20 |
|
| Golett
| Ground/Ghost
| ~18%
| 19-21 |
|
| Snubbull
| Fairy
| ~18%
| 21 |
| Day / Horde
| Nosepass
| Rock
| ~12%
| 10 |
|
| Yanma
| Bug/Flying
| ~1%
| 10 |
|
| Houndour (X)| Dark/Fire
| ~1%
| 11 |
|
| Elektrike(Y)| Electric
| ~1%
| 11 |
| Night / Grass
| Houndour (X)| Dark/Fire
| ~8%
| 19-21 |
|
| Elektrike(Y)| Electric
| ~8%
| 19-21 |
|
| Hawlucha
| Fighting/Flying | ~8%
| 19-20 |
|
| Eevee
| Normal
| ~16%
| 19-20 |
|
| Sigilyph
| Psychic/Flying | ~14%
| 19-21 |

|
| Emolga
| Normal/Electric | ~4%
| 19-20 |
|
| Golett
| Ground/Ghost
| ~18%
| 19-21 |
|
| Snubbull
| Fairy
| ~18%
| 21 |
| Night / Horde
| Nosepass
| Rock
| ~12%
| 10 |
|
| Yanma
| Bug/Flying
| ~1%
| 10 |
|
| Houndour (X)| Dark/Fire
| ~1%
| 11 |
|
| Elektrike(Y)| Electric
| ~1%
| 11 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Right as we start, go up a little bit and grab the Iapapa Berry from the
right. Go northwest from the tree to fight Psychic Robert...
<vin> Oh man, IT'S OVER 9,000!!! Hahaha xP
Now go northwest from the tree to find a large boulder. Move it forward and
in the next little area, use your Dowser to find a Revive on little rocks under
the larger boulder on the left. Now move the boulder 2 times down, 3 times
right, 2 times up and all the way right to find TM73, Thunder Wave :D. Return
to where you fought Psychic Robert and go left to fight Tourist Fumiko.
_______________________________________________________________________________
\P O K E M O N A L E R T/
| .---.
|
| \ / H a w l u c h a
|
| U
|
| _
Ok, this is a really nice Pokmon. Hawlucha is both a Flying and a |
| (_) Fighting type Pokmon, which is really nice since it balances the
|
|
weaknesess of both types. It doesn't evolve, but the mix of types is |
| really cool.
|
|
|
/_____________________________________________________________________________\

_______________________________________________________________________________
\P O K E M O N A L E R T/
| .---.
|
| \ / E e v e e
|
| U
|
| _
One of the most awesome Pokmon ever, well evolution-wise. Eevee
|
| (_) can evolve into either a water, fire, electric, dark, psychic, ice, |
|
grass and in this new Pokmon X & Y, you can now evolve it into a
|
| fairy-type Pokmon. A really versatile Pokmon. You can either catch many |
| or just breed him to make one of each ^_^.
|
|
|
/_____________________________________________________________________________\

<SL> So I guess these were the stones everyone was preluding? Not exactly
what I had in mind...
Go north from the Tourist and as you pass the rocks, turn right to find a
Mind Plate. Now stick to the left side and go north to find an X Accuracy.
Now proceed north to trigger a battle with Team Flare's Grunt. A really easy
battle by the way. If you check the northwestern side of the area after the
fight you'll find a Thunder Stone... There's also a Burn Heal in the southeasternmost corner!
<vin> You can get Eevee to evolve into a Jolteon **hint hint** :).
Make sure to fight Psychic Sayid who's running around here. Now go northeast,
cross the stones and fight the Team Flare Grunt. Another easy battle. Follow

the grassless path to the left to find yet another Team Flare Grunt... another
easy battle. To the right is Turist Tomoko, who uses 2 Pokmon you haven't
seen. More to the Pokdex :). Now simply go north to get to Geosenge Town.
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K O R R I N A ' S B A D G E
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`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
G e o s e n g e T o w n
_______________________________[vs3034]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lvl 27 | o Quilladin
Lvl 27 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lvl 26 | o Pidgeotto
Lvl 23 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lvl 27 | o Charmeleon
Lvl 23 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lvl 27 | o Kirlia
Lvl 25 |
|
| o Honedge
Lvl 27 | o Amaura
Lvl 24 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lvl 26 | o Snorlax
Lvl 15 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Timer Ball
x1 | [_] Everstone
x1 |
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM66 Payback
| [_]
|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

As you enter the town, enter the Pokmon center on your left. Speak to the
main with the white suit on the left side to receive TM66 Payback. The shop
sells the same old goodies, plus a couple new ones.
______________________
| Pok MART
|
|
|
| Pokball ------ 200P |
| Great Ball ---- 600P |
| Potion -------- 300P |
| Super Potion -- 700P |
| Hyper Potion - 1200P |
| Revive ------- 1500P |
| Antidote ------ 100P |
| Paralyze Heal - 200P |
| Awakening ----- 250P |
| Burn Heal ----- 250P |
| Ice Heal ------ 250P |
| Escape Rope --- 550P |
| Repel --------- 350P |
| Super Repel --- 500P |
|______________________|
Buy whatever you need, exit and enter the building to the right, which is the
Hotel Marine Snow. Head up to the second floor and speak to the man in the pink
suit. He'll give you another O-Power, which is nice :). Leave the hotel and go
around and behind it to find a hidden Timer Ball. Now go up the central path to
find Team Flare.
Go inside the house northwest of the Pokmon Center and speak to the nurse to
receive an Everstone. Head to the northwestern part of town to see Team Flare
leave saying something about the stones on Route 10. Whatever >_>. Serena pops
up and disappears...

<vin> Ooook >_>, that was weird.


Save your game and now try leaving through the eastern gate to find Korrina
and her pair of Lucarios...
<vin> Aw man, I want one. Love Lucario <3
... and now we got to battle her.
__ __
__
| |/ |.-----.----.----.|__|.-----.---.-.
Gym Leader |
< | _ | _| _|| ||
| _ | Reward: 4000P
______________|__|\__||_____|__| |__| |__||__|__|___._|_______________
.~^||`~.
| o Lucario
Lv 25 | o Lucario
Lv 25 | o
|
| Fighting/Steel
| Fighting/Steel
|
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Power-up Punch
| ~ Power-up Punch
| ~
|
| ~ Sword Dance
| ~ Sword Dance
| ~
|
| ~ Metal Sound
| ~ Metal Sound
| ~
|
| ~ Feint
| ~ Feint
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Fire, Fighthing
|
|
|
| Ok, so this battle... I wasn't expecting it at all. Ok, so Lucarios are |
| Fighting/Steel, which makes them annoying because their Steel type nulls |
| the Fighting type weaknesses, which are Psychic and Flying. The only
|
| type that works is Fire, which sucks if you don't have a decent fire
|
| Pokmon. Overall, not a hard fight. I defeated both Lucario with my
|
| Charmeleon Lv 23 ;).
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

<vin> Man, I soooo was hoping to get the badge right here :'( lol.
Anyway, just leave town to the right.
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K O R R I N A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 1 1
M i r o i r W a y
_______________________________[vs3035]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 27 | o Quilladin
Lv 27 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 26 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 23 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lv 27 | o Charmeleon
Lv 24 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 27 | o Kirlia
Lv 26 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 27 | o Amaura
Lv 24 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 27 | o Snorlax
Lv 15 |
|||
| Field Moves | Cut
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Psychic Emanuel
|Battle Girl Gerardin| Frank & Shy
|
|
| Reward: 1344P
| Reward: 1344P
| (Double Battle)
|
|
| o Solosis
Lv 24 | o Mienfoo
Lv 28 | Reward: 1344P
|
|
| o Sigilyph Lv 25 |
| o Mr. Mime Lv 26 |

|
| o
Lv 05 |
| o Machoke
Lv 28 |
|||||
|
| Sky Trainer Yvette |
|
|
|
| Reward: 1344P
|
|
|
|
| o Emolga
Lv 23 |
|
|
|
| o
Lv
|
|
|
|
| o
Lv
|
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Super Potion
x1 | [_] Hyper Potion
x1 |
||||
|
Berries | [_] Sitrus Berry
x1 | [_]
x1 |
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM69 Rock Polish
| [_]
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Staravia
| Normal/Flying
| ~18%
| 22-23 |
|
| Sawk (X)
| Fighting
| ~20%
| 22-23 |
|
| Thorh (Y) | Fighting
| ~20%
| 22-23 |
|
| Hariyama
| Fighting
| ~18%
| 22-23 |
|
| Nidorino
| Poison
| ~2%
| 21 |
|
| Nidorina
| Poison
| ~2%
| 21 |
|
| Stunky
| Poison/Dark
| ~8%
| 21 |
|
| Chingling | Psychic
| ~4%
| 21 |
|
| Dedenne
| Electric/Fairy | ~6%
| 21-22 |
| Morning / Horde
| Stunky
| Dark/Poison
| ~4%
| 11 |
|
| Nidoran M | Poison
| ~18%
| 11 |
|
| & Nidoran F| Poison
|
|
|
| Day / Grass
| Staravia
| Normal/Flying
| ~18%
| 22-23 |
|
| Sawk (X)
| Fighting
| ~20%
| 22-23 |
|
| Thorh (Y) | Fighting
| ~20%
| 22-23 |
|
| Hariyama
| Fighting
| ~18%
| 22-23 |
|
| Nidorino
| Poison
| ~2%
| 21 |
|
| Nidorina
| Poison
| ~2%
| 21 |
|
| Stunky
| Poison/Dark
| ~8%
| 21 |
|
| Chingling | Psychic
| ~4%
| 21 |
|
| Dedenne
| Electric/Fairy | ~6%
| 21-22 |
| Day / Horde
| Stunky
| Dark/Poison
| ~4%
| 11 |
|
| Nidoran M | Poison
| ~18%
| 11 |
|
| & Nidoran F| Poison
|
|
|
| Night / Grass
| Nidorino
| Poison
| ~12%
| 21 |
|
| Nidorina
| Poison
| ~12%
| 21 |
|
| Hariyama
| Fighting
| ~10%
| 22 |
|
| Staravia
| Normal/Flying
| ~10%
| 22 |
|
| Dedenne
| Electric/Fairy | ~10%
| 21 |
|
| Golett
| Ground/Ghost
| ~4%
| 19-20 |
| Night / Horde
| Stunky
| Dark/Poison
| ~10%
| 11 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Follow the path and fight Psychic Emanuel, which has a strong Sigilyph, so be
careful. Grab the Sitrus Berry from the ground and check the beam of light up
the stairs to get a Super Potion. Be careful with Battle Girl Geraldine running
around. Her Mienfoo is mortal, being at level 28. As you proceed up the stairs,
your Holo Caster starts a transmission with Prof. Sycamore.
Once it's over, cut down the tree to the left and slide down the mud slide to
find TM69, which is Rock Polish. Nice. Return to where you got the Holo Cast
video and up the stairs is Frank & Shy, which have a Fighting and a Psychic
Pokmon...

<vin> Man, this battle was really hard for me, dunno why :(
Now go right and down the patch of grass to find a Hyper Potion. Up the stairs
is Sky Trainer Yvette. Her Emolga can be pretty tough, so be careful.
Afterwards, simply return to where Frank & Shy are and go north into the cave.
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K O R R I N A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R e f l e c t i o n C a v e
_______________________________[vs3036]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 27 | o Quilladin
Lv 30 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 28 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 26 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lv 28 | o Charmeleon
Lv 27 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 27 | o Kirlia
Lv 27 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 30 | o Oddish
Lv 17 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 27 | o Snorlax
Lv 17 |
|||
| Field Moves | Strength
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Backpacker Lane
| Battle Girl Hedvig | Ace Trainer Monique|
|
| Reward: 1040P
| Reward: 1248P
| Reward: 2500P
|
|
| o Linoone
Lv 26 | o Throh
Lv 25 | o Doduo
Lv 24 |
|
|
| o Hawlucha Lv 26 | o Helioptile Lv 25 |
|
|
|
| o Granbull Lv 24 |
|
||||
|
| Tourist Monami
| Black Belt Igor
| Psychic Franz
|
|
| Reward: 1872P
| Reward: 1248P
| Reward: 1344P
|
|
| o Nidorina Lv 26 | o Sawk
Lv 28 | o Chimeco
Lv 24 |
|
|
|
| o Golett
Lv 25 |
|
||||
|
| Tourist Haruto
| Yuu & Ami
| Ace Trainer Emil |
|
| Reward: 1872P
| (Double battle)
| Reward: 2500P
|
|
| o Nidorino Lv 26 | Reward: 2500P
| o Absol
Lv 26 |
|
|
| o Combee
Lv 26 | o Pinsir
Lv 25 |
|
||||
|
| Hiker Dunstan
|
|
|
|
| Reward: 1344P
|
|
|
|
| o Sandile
Lv 23 |
|
|
|
| o Dwebble
Lv 23 |
|
|
|
| o Diggersby Lv 24 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Nest Ball
x1 | [_] Revive
x1 |
|
| [_] Moon Stone
x1 | [_] Escape Rope
x1 |
|
| [_] Black Belt
x1 | [_] Hyper Potion
x1 |
|
| [_] Iron
x1 | [_] Earth Plate
x1 |
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM70 Flash
| [_]
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Cave
| Mr. Mime
| Psychic/Fairy
| ~16%
| 23 |
|
| Chingling | Psychic
| ~20%
| 21 |
|
| Wobuffet
| Psychic
| ~10%
| 22 |

|
| Solosis
| Psychic
| ~12%
| 23 |
|
| Carbink
| Rock/Fairy
| ~12%
| 21-23 |
|
| Roggenrola | Rock
| ~6%
| 21 |
|
| Sableye
| Dark/Ghost
| ~4%
| 22 |
| Morning / Horde
| Mime Jr.
| Psychic
| ~12%
| 11 |
|
| Roggenrola | Rock
| ~6%
| 11 |
|
| Roggenrola &| Rock
| ~2%
| 11 |
|
|
Carbink | Rock/Fairy
|
|
|
| Morning / Ceiling | Woobat
| Psychic/Flying
| ~80%
| 21 |
|
| Ferroseed | Grass/Steel
| ~20%
| 23 |
| Day / Cave
| Mr. Mime
| Psychic/Fairy
| ~16%
| 23 |
|
| Chingling | Psychic
| ~20%
| 21 |
|
| Wobuffet
| Psychic
| ~10%
| 22 |
|
| Solosis
| Psychic
| ~12%
| 23 |
|
| Carbink
| Rock/Fairy
| ~12%
| 21-23 |
|
| Roggenrola | Rock
| ~6%
| 21 |
|
| Sableye
| Dark/Ghost
| ~4%
| 22 |
| Day / Horde
| Mime Jr.
| Psychic
| ~12%
| 11 |
|
| Roggenrola | Rock
| ~6%
| 11 |
|
| Roggenrola &| Rock
| ~2%
| 11 |
|
|
Carbink | Rock/Fairy
|
|
|
| Day / Ceiling
| Woobat
| Psychic/Flying
| ~80%
| 21 |
|
| Ferroseed | Grass/Steel
| ~20%
| 23 |
| Night / Cave
| Mr. Mime
| Psychic/Fairy
| ~16%
| 23 |
|
| Chingling | Psychic
| ~20%
| 21 |
|
| Wobuffet
| Psychic
| ~10%
| 22 |
|
| Solosis
| Psychic
| ~12%
| 23 |
|
| Carbink
| Rock/Fairy
| ~12%
| 21-23 |
|
| Roggenrola | Rock
| ~6%
| 21 |
|
| Sableye
| Dark/Ghost
| ~4%
| 22 |
| Night / Horde
| Mime Jr.
| Psychic
| ~12%
| 11 |
|
| Roggenrola | Rock
| ~6%
| 11 |
|
| Roggenrola &| Rock
| ~2%
| 11 |
|
|
Carbink | Rock/Fairy
|
|
|
| Night / Ceiling
| Woobat
| Psychic/Flying
| ~80%
| 21 |
|
| Ferroseed | Grass/Steel
| ~20%
| 23 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Ok, as you enter, speak to Backpacker Lane for a battle...


<vin> Man those mirrors look really nice :3.
When you get to a fork, go north first for a Nest Ball. Return now to the fork
and go right to find a Revive. Now go south from this fork to be yet in another
fork. Go south once again to find Battle Girl Hedvig. Her Hawlucha is STRONG,
so be careful. So from here, go south, down the stairs and around to find some
more stairs that take you to a Moon Stone.
Return and go right to find Ace Trainer Monique. Not a difficult trainer, but
once you're done with her, go right and down the stairs (going north leads to a
dead end). Down here, talk to the girl to have her heal up your Pokmons.
Really nice of her :). Continue inwards and fight Tourist Monami. She only has
a Nidorina, so there's nothing to worry about...
<vin> My Kirlia evolved into Gardevoir in this battle :3.
At this fork, go right first and up the stairs at the back to find a Black
Belt. Nice. Now go south and speak to Tierno. He hands over TM 70, which is
Flash. Now go right and up the stairs to find an Escape Rope. Useful :). Now go
down and battle Black Belt Igor. Ahead of the Black Belt is Psychic Franz,

which is really easy as well.


Just a little bit to the north is Tourist Haruto who only has a Nidorino. Meh.
Proceed to the northern part of the cave to find a double battle, against
Honeymooners Yuu & Ami.
<vin> Man, the fights are getting easier in here, thank goodness haha.
From these newlyweds, go northeast to find a Hyper Potion. Going left from
the honeymooners, we find yet another trainer, Ace Trainer Emil. Before going
left, go down and left down to the next floor. Down here, go all the way north
and use the stairs on the right side (use the mirrors to find them) and follow
this little path to find an Earth Plate. Now follow the path to the left, which
looks like a dead end, but if you look into the mirrors, you'll be able to see
an entrance on the lower wall. Go in to find TM74, which teaches Gyro Ball.
Return to the Ace Trainer and go left from him and down the stairs is an Iron,
so make sure to take it. If you go left and up the stairs to the upper floor,
you can fight Hiker Dunstan. Push the boulder in place to create a shortcut to
the entrance. If you go left, speak to the scientist to learn more about
mirrors. If you jump down the ledge, you'll be in the entrance in no time :).
Now you can simply exit the cave to Shalour City.
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
K O R R I N A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
S h a l o u r C i t y
_______________________________[vs3037]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 30 | o Quilladin
Lv 33 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 31 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 31 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lv 29 | o Charmeleon
Lv 31 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 29 | o Kirlia
Lv 30 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 31 | o Jolteon
Lv 23 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 30 | o Snorlax
Lv 21 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Soothe Bell
x1 | [_] Stardust
x5 |
|
| [_] Eviolite
x1 | [_] Max Ether
x1 |
|
| [_] Max Repel
x1 | [_]
x1 |
||||
|
Key Items | [_] Intriguing Stone
| [_]
|
|
| [_]
| [_]
|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

First off, head directly to the Pokmon center and heal up. You need it after
that demonic cave O_O. Need some supplies? They sell the same items that in the
previous town, only that now we have some TMs to buy :D.
______________________
Pok MART
|
|
Pokball ------ 200P |
Great Ball ---- 600P |
Potion -------- 300P |
Super Potion -- 700P |
Hyper Potion - 1200P |

|
|
|
|
|
|
|

______________________
Pok MART
|
|
Dig --------- 10000P |
Poison Jab -- 10000P |
Safeguard --- 30000P |
Hail -------- 50000P |
Sandstorm --- 50000P |

|
|
|
|
|
|
|

| Revive ------- 1500P | |______________________|


| Antidote ------ 100P |
| Paralyze Heal - 200P |
| Awakening ----- 250P |
| Burn Heal ----- 250P |
| Ice Heal ------ 250P |
| Escape Rope --- 550P |
| Repel --------- 350P |
| Super Repel --- 500P |
|______________________|
I really recommend getting that Dig TM. Its an
Speak to the guy in pink suit on the left side.
Powers guys. You can now use Critical Power Lv.
way, let's explore the town, shall we? Have you
has on the floor?

excelent TM for next badge :).


He's another one of the O1. And with that out of the
noticed the nice tiles the town

<vin> Wasn't that the most random comment ever? :P


Now, from the entrance of town, there are two houses on the left side. Enter
the right one and Speak to the old lady, who gives you a Soothe Bell if your
leading Pokmon likes you enough. Now enter the house on the left and speak to
the woman on top of the stairs. If you have a Flying or Psychic Pokmon with
you, she asks you for help.
Even if you don't want to, you'll help her and she'll give you a couple
Stardusts. Now go right from the Pokmon Center and enter the first house.
Speak to the scientist and if you've seen over 50 Pokmon on the Coastal side,
he'll give you an Eviolite. Exit this house and you can't go north since the
Hiker will be blocking you.
Now go north following the middle path and both Trevor and Tierno catch up to
you. After the talk, go down either the left or right stairs in front and
Tierno catches up to you and gives you the Intriguing Stone. Nice. Go up the
left stairs before continuing and enter the house at the top. The guy in here
trades one of our Sitrus Berries for a Leppa Berry. Do so if you'd like. To the
left of this house is the Pokmon Gym, only that Korrina isn't here. Dang it.
Return and this time go to the Tower of Mastery. Before passing through the
stone arc, go right to find a Max Ether. Go up the stairs now but before going
in, use your Dowsing Machine to find a Max Repel on the right side. Now go
inside.
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
K O R R I N A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
T o w e r o f M a s t e r y
_______________________________[vs3038]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 30 | o Quilladin
Lv 33 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 31 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 31 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lv 29 | o Charmeleon
Lv 31 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 29 | o Kirlia
Lv 30 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 31 | o Jolteon
Lv 23 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 30 | o Snorlax
Lv 21 |
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'


You like the tower? Looks cool huh? Anyway, enter the door that's under the
huge Lucario statue and a scene triggers with Korrina, the Mega Evolution Guru
and the team. Now we have to battle Serena to see who wins the Mega Ring... or
course we will ;).
_______
|
__|.-----.----.-----.-----.---.-.
Pokmon Trainer |__
|| -__| _| -__|
| _ | Reward: 3000P
|_______||_____|__| |_____|__|__|___._|
.~^||`~.
| o Meowstic
Lv 28 | o Absol
Lv 28 | o Braixen
Lv 30 |
| Psychic
| Dark
| Fire
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Disarming Voice
| ~ Bite
| ~ Psybeam
|
| ~ Psybeam
| ~ Quick Attack
| ~ Fire Spin
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended types: Ghost, Dark, Bug, Fairy, Ground, Water
|
|
|
| Ok, Serena is rather easy, seriously. Both her Meowstic and Braixen use |
| Psychic moves, while Absol uses normal and Dark attacks. They're not
|
| that strong, so you'll be able to take care of them really easy. I don't |
| know if they did this on purpose so you couldn't lose the Mega Ring.
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

Now that this is done, we need to go test our skills against Korrina. So leave
the Tower of Mastery.
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
K O R R I N A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
S h a l o u r C i t y
_______________________________[vs3039]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 30 | o Quilladin
Lv 33 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 31 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 31 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lv 29 | o Charmeleon
Lv 32 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 29 | o Gardevoir
Lv 30 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 31 | o Jolteon
Lv 23 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 30 | o Snorlax
Lv 21 |
|||||
|
Trainers | Roller Skater Shun | Roller Skater Kate | Roller Skater Dash |
|
| Reward: 864P
| Reward: 896P
| Reward: 960P
|
|
| o Pancham
Lv 28 | o Meditite Lv 28 | o Heracross Lv 30 |
|
| o Throh
Lv 27 | o Mienfoo
Lv 28 |
|
|
| o Machoke
Lv 28 |
|
|
|||||
|
| Skater Rolanda
|
|
|
|
| Reward: 928P
|
|
|
|
| o Sawk
Lv 27 |
|
|
|
| o Hariyama Lv 30 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||

|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM98 Power-up Punch
| [_]
|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

Head to the Pokmon Center first, heal up and head to the gym, which is in the
northwest corner of the City. Inside, go upstairs and head left to find Roller
Skater Shun. Look around for Roller Skater Kate, Roller Skater Rolanda and
Roller Skater Dash. Note that all of these have Fighting Pokmon, so use
Psychic and / or Flying types.
There are 4 trainers total, so make sure to fight them all and the middle rail
comes up. Go across it to find Korrina...
<vin> Am I the only one that thinks she's really cute? :3
__ __
__
| |/ |.-----.----.----.|__|.-----.---.-.
Gym Leader |
< | _ | _| _|| ||
| _ | Reward: 5120P
______________|__|\__||_____|__| |__| |__||__|__|___._|_______________
.~^||`~.
| o Mienfoo
Lv 29 | o Machoke
Lv 28 | o Hawlucha
Lv 32 |
| Fighting
| Fighting
| Fighting/Flying
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Fake Out
| ~ Rock Tomb
| ~ Hone Claws
|
| ~ Power-up Punch
| ~ Leer
| ~ Flying Press
|
| ~ Double Slap
| ~ Power-up Punch
|
|
|
|
|
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Flying, Psychic, Electric (for Hawlucha)
|
| Items used: Hyper Potion x2
|
|
|
| This battle is ridiculously easy. Seriously. After the Cave we just
|
| went through, this one is easy. Her 3 Pokmon are Fighting-type, so a
|
| good leveled Flying Pokmon (I had Pidgeotto and SL had Fletchinder)
|
| does the work. My Pidgeotto was Lv. 33 and took all of them down with
|
| a single Aerial Ace. If you don't have one, a Psychic type is as good, |
| mainly Gardevoir at level 30. Killer and amazing.
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

After the battle, you get the Rumble Badge. Awesome. We also get TM98,
Power-Up Punch. She tells us that she doesn't have the Mega Ring, that it's on
top of the Tower of Mastery... great, just great >_>. Anyway, she'll meet us on
top, so get out of the gym, go heal up at the Pokmon Center, buy anything you
need and head up (once again >_>) to the Tower of Mastery.
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
K O R R I N A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
T o w e r o f M a s t e r y
_______________________________[vs3040]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 31 | o Quilladin
Lv 33 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 31 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 33 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 31 | o Charmeleon
Lv 32 |
|
| o Ivysaur
Lv 29 | o Gardevoir
Lv 31 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 32 | o Jolteon
Lv 23 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 30 | o Snorlax
Lv 21 |

||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM47 Low Sweep
| [_] HM03 Surf
|
||||
|
Key Items | [_] Mega Ring
| [_]
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~88%
| 25-27 |
|
| Mantyke
| Water/Flying
| ~12%
| 27 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Alomola
| Water
| ~60%
| 35 |
|
| Octillery | Water
| ~40%
| 35 |
| Day / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~88%
| 25-27 |
|
| Mantyke
| Water/Flying
| ~12%
| 27 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Alomola
| Water
| ~60%
| 35 |
|
| Octillery | Water
| ~40%
| 35 |
| Night / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~88%
| 25-27 |
|
| Mantyke
| Water/Flying
| ~12%
| 27 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Super Rod | Alomola
| Water
| ~60%
| 35 |
|
| Octillery | Water
| ~40%
| 35 |
| Field Event
| Lucario
| Fighting/Steel |
N/A
| 32 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

As you enter, the Guru lets you know that Korrina is on top of the building.
Go to the back where the Black Belt is and he'll let you pass. Go inside the
first room you come across and the girl in orange hair tells you the Guru's
name is Gurkinn...
<vin> How come we didn't even know that? :O
That's it. Go outside and go up once again. Skip the next room (nothing of
interest here) and enter the next one (where the camera angle changed to an
overview angle). Speak to the purple haired guy to get TM47, Low Sweep.
Continue upwards until you get to the top. A little scene with Korrina and
Lucario triggers.
Up here, she gives us the Mega Ring :D. Also, Lucario walks up to us and wants
to go with us :). Amazing. We now have to battle Korrina, on a 1-on-1 against
her Lucario, using Mega Evolutions. Just Tap on Mega Evolution on the bottom of
the Battle screen and then pick the attack. Use Power-up Punch twice to get it
over with. You won't gain any XP or money, so don't worry.
After a little chat, you have the option to take Lucario with you or not...
<vin> I won't forgive you if you don't take the best Pokmon ever. Hehe,
just kidding :P.
Anyway, return to Shalour City, rest up at the Pokmon Center and try leaving
to the right. Serena stops you and gives you HM03, Surf! Finally :D. Anyway,
leave the city on to the next badge.
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

3.4
T H E F O U R T H B A D G E
[vs3041]
R A M O S
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


R A M O S ' B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 1 2
R o u r r a g e R o a d
_______________________________[vs3042]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 31 | o Quilladin
Lv 33 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 31 | o Pidgeotto
Lv 33 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 31 | o Charmeleon
Lv 32 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 32 | o Gardevoir
Lv 31 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 32 | o Jolteon
Lv 23 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 30 | o Lucario
Lv 32 |
|||
| Field Moves | Cut, Surf
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Swimmer Alessandro | Backpacker Joren | PKMN Breeder Amala |
|
| Reward: 432P
| Reward: 1120P
| Reward:
|
|
| o Qwilfish Lv 28 | o Linoone
Lv 28 | o Seviper
Lv 27 |
|
|
|
| o Miltank
Lv 29 |
|||||
|
| Youngster Aidan
| PKMN Breeder Foster| Fisherman Murray |
|
| Reward: 648P
| Reward: 1856P
| Reward: 1344P
|
|
| o Yanma
Lv 27 | o Zangoose Lv 27 | o Magikarp Lv 24 |
|
| o Mothim
Lv 28 | o Tauros
Lv 29 | o Magikarp Lv 24 |
|
| o Whirlipede Lv 27 |
| o Magikarp Lv 24 |
|
|
|
| o Magikarp Lv 24 |
|
|
|
| o Magikarp Lv 24 |
|
|
|
| o Magikarp Lv 24 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Honey
x1 | [_] Whipped Dream
x1 |
|
| [_] Shiny Stone
x1 | [_] Leftovers
x1 |
|
| [_] Water Stone
x1 | [_]
x1 |
||||
|
Berries | [_] Aspear Berry
x1 | [_]
x1 |
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM45 Attract
| [_]
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Miltank
| Normal
| ~4%
| 25 |
|
| Tauros
| Normal
| ~16%
| 25 |
|
| Chatot
| Normal/Flying
| ~24%
| 24-25 |
|
| Pachirisu | Electric
| ~2%
| 23 |
|
| Exeggcute | Grass/Psychic
| ~10%
| 24 |
|
| Pinsir (X) | Bug/Fighting
| ~4%
| 25 |
|
| Heracross(Y)| Bug/Fighting
| ~4%
| 25 |
|
| SlowPok
| Water
| ~20%
| 23-25 |
| Morning / Hordes
| Mareep
| Electric
| ~11%
| 13 |
|
| Wingull
| Water/Flying
| ~8%
| 13 |
|
| Miltank & | Normal
| ~1%
| 13 |
|
| Tauros
| Normal
|
|
|
| Morning / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~85%
| 25-27 |
|
| Mantyke
| Water/Flying
| ~12%
| 27 |
|
| Lapras
| Water/Ice
| ~3%
| 27 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Clamperl
| Water
| ~35%
| 25 |

|
| Remoraid
| Water
| ~65%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Corsola
| Water/Rock
| ~55%
| 35 |
|
| Octillery | Water
| ~40%
| 35 |
|
| Hunttail (X)| Water
| ~5%
| 35 |
|
| Gorebyss (Y)| Water
| ~5%
| 35 |
| Day / Grass
| Miltank
| Normal
| ~4%
| 25 |
|
| Tauros
| Normal
| ~16%
| 25 |
|
| Chatot
| Normal/Flying
| ~24%
| 24-25 |
|
| Pachirisu | Electric
| ~2%
| 23 |
|
| Exeggcute | Grass/Psychic
| ~10%
| 24 |
|
| Pinsir (X) | Bug/Fighting
| ~4%
| 25 |
|
| Heracross(Y)| Bug/Fighting
| ~4%
| 25 |
|
| SlowPok
| Water
| ~20%
| 23-25 |
| Day / Hordes
| Mareep
| Electric
| ~11%
| 13 |
|
| Wingull
| Water/Flying
| ~8%
| 13 |
|
| Miltank & | Normal
| ~1%
| 13 |
|
| Tauros
| Normal
|
|
|
| Day / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~85%
| 25-27 |
|
| Mantyke
| Water/Flying
| ~12%
| 27 |
|
| Lapras
| Water/Ice
| ~3%
| 27 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Clamperl
| Water
| ~35%
| 25 |
|
| Remoraid
| Water
| ~65%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Corsola
| Water/Rock
| ~55%
| 35 |
|
| Octillery | Water
| ~40%
| 35 |
|
| Hunttail (X)| Water
| ~5%
| 35 |
|
| Gorebyss (Y)| Water
| ~5%
| 35 |
| Night / Grass
| Miltank
| Normal
| ~4%
| 25 |
|
| Tauros
| Normal
| ~16%
| 25 |
|
| Chatot
| Normal/Flying
| ~24%
| 24-25 |
|
| Pachirisu | Electric
| ~2%
| 23 |
|
| Exeggcute | Grass/Psychic
| ~10%
| 24 |
|
| Pinsir (X) | Bug/Fighting
| ~4%
| 25 |
|
| Heracross(Y)| Bug/Fighting
| ~4%
| 25 |
|
| SlowPok
| Water
| ~20%
| 23-25 |
| Night / Hordes
| Mareep
| Electric
| ~11%
| 13 |
|
| Wingull
| Water/Flying
| ~8%
| 13 |
|
| Miltank & | Normal
| ~1%
| 13 |
|
| Tauros
| Normal
|
|
|
| Night / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~85%
| 25-27 |
|
| Mantyke
| Water/Flying
| ~12%
| 27 |
|
| Lapras
| Water/Ice
| ~3%
| 27 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Clamperl
| Water
| ~35%
| 25 |
|
| Remoraid
| Water
| ~65%
| 25 |
| Night / Super Rod | Corsola
| Water/Rock
| ~55%
| 35 |
|
| Octillery | Water
| ~40%
| 35 |
|
| Hunttail (X)| Water
| ~5%
| 35 |
|
| Gorebyss (Y)| Water
| ~5%
| 35 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Ok, as we start the route, speak to the guy in green and he'll give you a
Lapras...
<vin> Finally the first Water Pokmon I'm going to use :).
You need an empty space
teach it Surf :). Now go
corner for Honey. Now go
Aspear Berry. Return and

in your rooster, but once you get it, make sure to


in the upper patch of grass and check the northeastern
south from the person and cut down the tree to find an
now its time to go surfing :)...

<vin> Holy ****. We can finally ride a Lapras!!! I've been waiting for this
for years :).
Ahem, sorry for the above. Once you're swimming, battle Swimmer Alessandro,
who is swimming alone...
<vin> I wonder... where do the swimmers put their money? O_O
<SL> That's why they always give out so little, vin!
Now get on the beach on the right side, battle Backpacker Joren. Also, there's
a hidden Net Ball on the stone all the way to the south of the beach, so go
grab it. Now go up the stairs and go north into the Baa de MerFarm. Here, you
can ride Skiddos. Really nice. Get on one, jump over the ledge on the right and
go south, sticking to the left side. Jump over a second ledge and get off the
Skiddo to find Whipped Dream.
Now go north and jump over the ledges to find a Shiny Stone on top of the
stairs. Return and go all the way to the southeastern corner to find a part of
the fence to be broken. Jump over it so you can use Skiddo outside the part.
You can't talk to anyone nor pick up any items, which sucks, but it sure is
fast and fun :). Anyway, inside the house where the Skiddos are (on the
northwestern corner), speak to the little kid to get the TM45, Attract.
Return to the entrance of the farm and go south across a patch of flowers. Go
left and cut down the tree to find a Leftover. Going right makes you fight PKMN
Breeder Amala. Keep on going right to find Youngster Aidan. Keep going right
and battle PKMN Breeder Foster. Now go down the stairs on the left and speak to
the Fisherman Murray to battle him.
<vin> Now that's a lot of useless Pokmon haha.
Now start surfing and stick on the left side until you get to some shallow
water with a stone in the middle. Examine it to get a Water Stone. Now keep
swimming north until you get to Azure Bay.
<SL> I caught a Shiny Clamperl (Gold Pearl!) right around here!
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R A M O S ' B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
A z u r e B a y
_______________________________[vs3043]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 32 | o Quilladin
Lv 35 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 32 | o Pidgeot
Lv 36 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 32 | o Charmeleon
Lv 32 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 33 | o Gardevoir
Lv 31 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 33 | o Lucario
Lv 32 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 32 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||
| Field Moves | Surf
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Swimmer Kieran
| Swimmer Romy
| Fisherman Ewan
|
|
| Reward: 432P
| Reward: 480P
| Reward: 1624P
|
|
| o Remoraid Lv 27 | o SlowPok Lv 30 | o Clauncher Lv 27 |

|
| o Skrelp
Lv 27 |
| o Carvanha Lv 29 |
|
| o Wailmer
Lv 27 |
|
|
|||||
|
| Swimmer Isla
| Swimmer Romy
|
|
|
| Reward: 432P
| Reward: 480P
|
|
|
| o Corsola
Lv 28 | o SlowPok Lv 30 |
|
|
| o Lanturn
Lv 27 |
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Ampharosite
x1 | [_] Deep Sea Tooth
x1 |
|
| [_] Deep Sea Scale
x1 | [_] Hyper Potion
x1 |
|
| [_] Dive Ball
x1 | [_] Big Pearl
x1 |
|
| [_] Star Piece
x1 | [_] Splash Plate
x1 |
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM81 X-Scissor
| [_]
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Chatot
| Normal/Flying
| ~36%
| 25-27 |
|
| SlowPok
| Water
| ~30%
| 25-26 |
|
| Exeggcute | Grass/Psychic
| ~6%
| 26 |
|
| Inkay
| Psychic/Dark
| ~14%
| 25-27 |
| Morning / Hordes
| SlowPok
| Water
| ~6%
| 13 |
|
| Wingull
| Water/Flying
| ~8%
| 13 |
| Morning / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~88%
| 25-27 |
|
| Mantyke
| Water/Flying
| ~12%
| 27 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Clamperl
| Water
| ~35%
| 25 |
|
| Remoraid
| Water
| ~65%
| 25 |
|
| Chinchou
| Water/Electric | ~3%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Corsola
| Water/Rock
| ~55%
| 35 |
|
| Octillery | Water
| ~40%
| 35 |
|
| Hunttail (X)| Water
| ~5%
| 35 |
|
| Gorebyss (Y)| Water
| ~5%
| 35 |
| Day / Grass
| Chatot
| Normal/Flying
| ~36%
| 25-27 |
|
| SlowPok
| Water
| ~30%
| 25-26 |
|
| Exeggcute | Grass/Psychic
| ~6%
| 26 |
|
| Inkay
| Psychic/Dark
| ~14%
| 25-27 |
| Day / Hordes
| SlowPok
| Water
| ~6%
| 13 |
|
| Wingull
| Water/Flying
| ~8%
| 13 |
| Day / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~88%
| 25-27 |
|
| Mantyke
| Water/Flying
| ~12%
| 27 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Clamperl
| Water
| ~35%
| 25 |
|
| Remoraid
| Water
| ~65%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Corsola
| Water/Rock
| ~55%
| 35 |
|
| Octillery | Water
| ~40%
| 35 |
|
| Hunttail (X)| Water
| ~5%
| 35 |
|
| Gorebyss (Y)| Water
| ~5%
| 35 |
| Night / Grass
| Chatot
| Normal/Flying
| ~36%
| 25-27 |
|
| SlowPok
| Water
| ~30%
| 25-26 |
|
| Exeggcute | Grass/Psychic
| ~6%
| 26 |
|
| Inkay
| Psychic/Dark
| ~14%
| 25-27 |
| Night / Hordes
| SlowPok
| Water
| ~6%
| 13 |
|
| Wingull
| Water/Flying
| ~8%
| 13 |
| Night / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~88%
| 25-27 |
|
| Mantyke
| Water/Flying
| ~12%
| 27 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Clamperl
| Water
| ~35%
| 25 |
|
| Remoraid
| Water
| ~65%
| 25 |
| Night / Super Rod | Corsola
| Water/Rock
| ~55%
| 35 |

|
| Octillery | Water
| ~40%
| 35 |
|
| Hunttail (X)| Water
| ~5%
| 35 |
|
| Gorebyss (Y)| Water
| ~5%
| 35 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Ok, Azure Bay. We start off in the water, start going right and fight Swimmers
Kieran and Romy. Now start going north when possible and land on the first dune
of sand. Speak to the old man here and he'll give you the Ampharosite, which
lets you Mega Evolve Ampharos. Nice :)...
<vin> Now all of the sudden everybody knows a ton about Mega Evolution >_>.
Also, speak to Fisherman Ewan for a battle. Now start swimming to the
northwest and battle Swimmer Isla. Now stick to the wall on the left side and
follow it across a small path of water until, then down at the fork until you
can land on a small hidden beach with grass. In here, there are some items to
get. Grab the Deep Sea Tooth and the Deep Sea Scale from inside the grass and
TM81, X-Scissor from the bottom.
Also, if you check the stone in the middle of the grass you'll find a Hyper
Potion. Return to the fork and go north this time. Land on the sand and go all
the way north to find a lonely Dive Ball. Return all the way to the south, get
on your water Pokmon and return to where you battled Swimmer Isla. Go
northeast from her (behind the line of rocks) and land on a small island with
grass that has a Big Pearl.
Northeast of this island is a 2*2 island with a rock that has a hidden Star
Piece. Now head to the center of the Bay (there's a large island with a cave)
and look on the back to find a Splash Plate. There's nothing you can do inside
the Sea Spirit's Den, so leave, return to the main land and go right into
Coumarine City.
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R A M O S ' B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
C o u m a r i n e C i t y
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.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 32 | o Chesnaught
Lv 36 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 33 | o Pidgeot
Lv 36 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 34 | o Charmeleon
Lv 33 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 34 | o Gardevoir
Lv 33 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 33 | o Lucario
Lv 32 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 32 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||||
|
Trainers | PKMN Ranger Chaise | PKMN Ranger Maurice| PKMN Ranger Brooke |
|
| Reward: 2560P
| Reward: 2320P
| Reward:
|
|
| o Simisage Lv 32 | o Ferroseed Lv 29 | o Roselia
Lv 30 |
|
|
| o Lombre
Lv 29 | o Wormadam Lv 30 |
|
|
| o Carnivine Lv 29 |
|
|
||||
|
| PKMN Ranger Twiggy |
|
|
|
| Reward: 2480P
|
|
|
|
| o Gloom
Lv 29 |
|
|
|
| o Exeggutor Lv 31 |
|
|
||||

|
Items | [_] Silk Scarf
x1 | [_] Pok Toy
x1 |
|
| [_] Sky Plate
x1 | [_] Black Sludge
x1 |
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] HM 02 Fly
| [_] TM 100 Confide
|
|
| [_] TM 86 Grass Knot
| [_] TM 62 Acrobatics
|
||||
|
Key Items | [_] Good Rod
| [_]
|
|
|
|
|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

As you walk in, you get a Holo Caster messege from Serena. Ok, a battle with
her... again. Go along the path (going north along the pier is a dead end),
enter the first house you see. Inside, the old man gives you a Silk Scarf
'apologizing' for whatever his wife may have told you. Haha. Leave the house
and right after it there's a store that sells incense.
_______________________
| INCENSE SHOP
|
|
|
| Sea Incense --- 9600P |
| Lax Incense --- 9600P |
| Rose Incense -- 9600P |
| Pure Incense -- 9600P |
| Rock Incense -- 9600P |
| Odd Incense --- 9600P |
| Luck Incense -- 9600P |
| Full Incense -- 9600P |
| Wave Incense -- 9600P |
|_______________________|
Buy whatever you want and as you go right, speak to the Fisherman to get a
Good Rod. Go right to a fork, which you should take up and go in the first
building, the Coumarine Hotel. Speak to the girl on the left side who has a
Marill and she'll give you a Lucky Egg...
<vin> This will make your Pokmon level up a bit faster, since it gives you
a little bit more XP.
Now go upstairs and speak to the "waiter" in the first room. The only thing he
says is that he's heard a lot about you...
<vin> Ok man, that's creepy :O
In the last room you'll find the Game Director and wants to see your Pokdex.
We'll come here another time :). Anyway, leave the Hotel and go left. Speak to
the lonely guy here and he'll ask for the correct answer, which varies based on
the question.
She'll give you TM 100 Confide or TM 67 Acrobatics. Nice. Now return to the
fork and go right and enter the Monorail station to trigger a little scene with
Prof. Sycamore and Diantha. He gives you HM02, which is Fly. Amazing! Now speak
to the woman behind the counter and use the monorail. Once on the other
station, speak to the guy walking around in here to get Metronome. Now leave.
Go in the Pokmon Center and speak to the man in pink. Another O-Power guy. He
gives you the Befriending Power Lv. 1. Heal up your Pokmon with Joy and head
to the store.
______________________
_____________________
| Pok MART
| | Pok MART
|
|
| |
|

| Pokball ------ 200P |


| Great Ball ---- 600P |
| Ultra Ball --- 1200P |
| Potion -------- 300P |
| Super Potion -- 700P |
| Hyper Potion - 1200P |
| Revive ------- 1500P |
| Antidote ------ 100P |
| Paralyze Heal - 200P |
| Awakening ----- 250P |
| Burn Heal ----- 250P |
| Ice Heal ------ 250P |
| Full Heal ----- 600P |
| Escape Rope --- 550P |
| Repel --------- 350P |
| Super Repel --- 500P |
| Max Repel ----- 700P |
|______________________|

| Quick Ball--- 1000P |


| Timer Ball -- 1000P |
| Repeat Ball - 1000P |
|_____________________|

There are some new items in the Pok Mart, and nice ones. Buy a couple Full
Heal, Ultra Balls and Hyper Potions. They'll come in handy :). Leave go left.
Go down from the fork and right to find 2 houses. The first one doesn't have
anything interesting, so enter the second one. Speak to the guy in purple and
let him play his song...
<vin> Man, seriously, I was waiting for a really happy song, kinda goofy and
a piano song comes up. It's the best song in the entire game. Love it
<3.
Now go upstairs and speak to the lady. She'll mimic the sound of one of your
Pokmons. IF you get it correct, she'll give you a Pok Toy. Now leave and go
north all the way to have your battle with Serena.
_______
|
__|.-----.----.-----.-----.---.-.
Pokmon Trainer |__
|| -__| _| -__|
| _ | Reward: 3300P
|_______||_____|__| |_____|__|__|___._|
.~^||`~.
| o Meowstic
Lv 31 | o Absol
Lv 31 | o Braixen
Lv 33 |
| Psychic
| Dark
| Fire
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Disarming Voice
| ~ Bite
| ~ Psybeam
|
| ~ Psybeam
| ~ Quick Attack
| ~ Fire Spin
|
| ~ Light Screen
| ~
| ~
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Ghost, Dark, Bug, Fairy, Ground, Water
|
|
|
| Ok, Serena is rather easy, seriously. Both her Meowstic and Braixen use |
| Psychic moves, while Absol uses normal and Dark attacks. They're not
|
| that strong, so you'll be able to take care of them really easy.
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

After the battle, go right to find a Sky Plate. Nice. Now simply go inside the
gym...
<vin> Oh my, the gym is so nice :3.
Go up the first rope then go right to fight Pokmon Ranger Chaise. Really easy

fight. Go up the rope and follow the path until you go up again. There are 3
ways to go from here. Go right first to battle Pokmon Ranger Maurice. Another
easy fight. Return to the fork, gol left and follow the path to battle Pokmon
Ranger Brooke...
<vin> I got my Charizard here :3.
Keep on following the path and when you get to a left and right fork, go right
to find Pokmon Ranger Twiggy. Another really easy battle. Now continue onwards
until you get to Ramos, the gym leader. Save before approaching ;).
______
| __ \.---.-.--------.-----.-----.
Gym Leader |
<| _ |
| _ |__ --| Reward: 5440P
_________________|___|__||___._|__|__|__|_____|_____|__________________
.~^||`~.
| o Jumpluff
Lv 30 | o Gogoat
Lv 34 | o Weepinbell
Lv 31 |
| Grass/Flying
| Grass
| Grass/Poison
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Acrobatics
| ~ Take Down
| ~ Acid
|
| ~ Leech Seed
| ~ Bulldoze
| ~ Poison Powder
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Flying, Fire
|
| Items used: Hyper Potion x2
|
|
|
| Ok, Ramos, the Grass-type gym leader. We haven't had one since Erika
|
| from the first generation. That's nice, yet simple. They are very weak |
| to both Fire and Flying. Jumpluff and Weepinbell shouldn't pose a
|
| problem at all, but Gogoat is a little tougher, being the main Pokmon |
| of Ramos.
|
|
|
| Either way, there's really not much to this gym. My Charizard and
|
| Pidgeot both killed all 3 of them in one hit, so I wasn't worried, and |
| I'm sure you're doing great too :).
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

<SL> The slide's the best part of this gym!


After the battle, you'll get the Plant Badge and you'll be able to use your HM
Fly. Wonderful. He also gives you the TM86 Grass Knot. Now leave the Gym, heal
up your Pokmon and go directly south from the gym to receive a Holo Cast
message. Anyway, go south and in the building, speak to the Punk looking guy to
get Black Sludge.
Try leaving the building to the south and Sycamore's aides come to add the
Mountain section to your Pokdex. Wonderful. Now enter Route 13.
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.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 32 | o Chesnaught
Lv 36 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 33 | o Pidgeot
Lv 36 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 34 | o Charizard
Lv 37 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 34 | o Gardevoir
Lv 33 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 33 | o Lucario
Lv 33 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 32 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||
| Field Moves | Rock Smash
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Team Flare Grunt |
|
|
|
| Reward: 1320P
|
|
|
|
| o Houndoom Lv 31 |
|
|
|
| o Golbat
Lv 33 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Nest Ball
x1 | [_] Smooth Rock
x1 |
|
| [_] Guard Spec.
x1 | [_] Heat Rock
x1 |
|
| [_] PP Up
x1 | [_] Hyper Potion
x1 |
|
| [_] Sun Stone
x1 | [_] X Accuracy
x1 |
|
| [_] Flame Plate
x1 |
|
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 57 Charge Beam
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Key Items | [_] Power Plant Pass
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Dust Plume| Dugtrio
| Ground
| ~42%
| 26-28 |
|
| Trapinch
| Ground
| ~34%
| 26-28 |
|
| Gible
| Ground/Dragon
| ~24%
| 26-28 |
| Day / Dust Plume
| Dugtrio
| Ground
| ~42%
| 26-28 |
|
| Trapinch
| Ground
| ~34%
| 26-28 |
|
| Gible
| Ground/Dragon
| ~24%
| 26-28 |
| Night / Dust Plume | Dugtrio
| Ground
| ~42%
| 26-28 |
|
| Trapinch
| Ground
| ~34%
| 26-28 |
|
| Gible
| Ground/Dragon
| ~24%
| 26-28 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

<SL> I'm back as your primary guide for badges five and six! Vin will be
covering seven and eight...
<SL> By the way, if you have a Nosepass, it will evolve around here!
Head directly southward down the stairs. These badlands have a lot of Pokmon
encounters, though you can tell when they're coming by watching the moving
clouds of dust; if these clouds get close to you, a Pokmon encounter will take
place. Anyway, head southwest from the foot of the stairs to find a hidden Nest
Ball (Dowsing Machine is basically required as there are no landmarks that I
can use to help you...). Also, the wind helps to determine in which direction
roller skating will proceed the fastest. For instance, when the wind is blowing
to the east, you'll want to take the railing to the east over to a Smooth Rock

in the northeastern corner.


Now go south. You don't need to take this rail; rather, head back west toward
the center of the badlands. Turn on your Dowsing Machine and head south(west)
to find a Guard Spec. Now go directly west of here (Dowsing Machine still on)
and locate a rock with a Heat Rock in it. Afterwards, locate the railing to the
north. Once the wind dies down/reverses, ride this rail across to the other
side of the ravine. Another rail to the north should be taken to a clearing
with a small rock. Investigate the rock for a PP Up. Now, if you still have a
Pokmon with Rock Smash, destroy the rock to the west and walk down this ravine
a bit. Locate the rock at the first bisection for a Hyper Potion. Follow this
path all the way around until you find TM 57 Charge Beam. Awesome! Return to
where the PP Up was.
From here, make your way south via either the railing or the ledge. When you
get to the second ledge, head left and destroy the rock to reach a Burn Heal.
Now feel free to jump down to the lower area; head west. Use your Dowsing
Machine on the large rock near the northern cliff to find a Power Plant Pass-this sounds important, right? Let's head east and battle the Team Flare Grunt!
After defeating him, go southeast and locate the winding rail. Backtrack to the
end and ride it down to the corraled-off zone. Make your way to the item in the
ravine for a Sun Stone. Return to the central badlands proper and use your
Dowsing Machine to find a rock holding an X Accuracy. Now head south and locate
the long steel bridge. When the view rotates arond, center yourself toward the
item in the background, hop over the stones, and grab the Flame Plate. Return
to where the Team Flare Grunt was and use the Power Plant Pass to enter the
door behind him.
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C L E M O N T ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
K a l o s P o w e r P l a n t
_______________________________[vs3047]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Frogadier
Lv 33 | o Chesnaught
Lv 36 |
|
| o Fletchinder
Lv 34 | o Pidgeot
Lv 36 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 34 | o Charizard
Lv 37 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 34 | o Gardevoir
Lv 35 |
|
| o Honedge
Lv 33 | o Lucario
Lv 33 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 34 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
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|
Trainers | Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Grunt |
|
| Reward: 1280P
| Reward: 1320P
| Reward: 1360P
|
|
| o Scraggy
Lv 32 | o Craogunk Lv 31 | o Mightyena Lv 34 |
|
| o Croagunk Lv 32 | o Golbat
Lv 33 |
|
|
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|
| Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Grunt |
|
| Reward: 1280P
| Reward: 1280P
| Reward: 1360P
|
|
| o Scraggy
Lv 32 | o Golbat
Lv 32 | o Swalot
Lv 34 |
|
| o Golbat
Lv 32 | o Mightyena Lv 32 |
|
|
||||
|
| Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Admin |
|
| Reward: 1320P
| Reward: 1240P
| Reward: 2880P
|
|
| o Liepard
Lv 31 | o Croagunk Lv 31 | o Houndoom Lv 36 |
|
| o Swalot
Lv 33 | o Liepard
Lv 31 |
|
|
|
| o Scraggy
Lv 31 |
|

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|
Items | [_] Magnet
x1 | [_] Zap Plate
x1 |
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| [_] Full Restore
x2 |
|
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TMs & HMs | [_] TM 43 Flame Charge
|
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|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

Walk down this reaaaaaaaaaaally long corridor to the next room. Ominous, huh?
In the next room, step forward to arouse the attention of another Team Flare
Grunt. Something's going on alright. The grunt reveals Team Flare's plan, and
it's probably our job to stop them, right? If you go into the room on the
right, you'll find the hostages in this situation. The man in a suit on the
right will sell Fresh Waters (equivalent to Super Potions) for, get this, 300P
instead of the usual 200P! What a guy. The easternmost crevice has a Zap Plate,
though. Now we're free to head back out. Go up the left passage this time and
battle the next Team Flare Grunt. Proceed to the next room.
The next room is /shock/ingly large.
<SL> I'll show myself the door now.
Anyway, if you walk up a bit, another Team Flare Grunt will challenge you to a
battle. After the battle, he refuses to move. What a baby. I guess we'll head
west now... And defeat another Team Flare Grunt. Keep making your way around
this hexagon, defeating the grunts along the way. The checklist above has them
in order of appearance. For the record, you should really try to match Pokmon
to their leads or you will get walloped.
<SL> Once you make it all the way around, you can talk to the grunt who
refused to move earlier. He still refuses to move. Haha.
Head up the stairs to the center of the Power Plant. You will be challenged to
another battle: get ready! Well, I wish I could say that... the admin's
Houndoom is somewhat of a joke. The next battle
_______ __ __
| _ | |__|.---.-.-----.---.-.
Team Flare |
| | || _ |
| _ | Reward: 5320P
__________________|___|___|__|__||___._|__|__|___._|___________________
.~^||`~.
| o Mightyena
Lv 38 |
|
|
| Dark
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Scary Face
|
|
|
| ~ Swagger
|
|
|
| ~ Assurance
|
|
|
| ~ Roar
|
|
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Fighting, Bug, Fairy
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

They leave... without telling us anything. Well, that's unfortunate. The, um,
dressed-up Sycamore aides will heal your Pokmon. This is just so weird. They
/will/ give you some Full Restores, though, so those will probably be useful.
They then leave, telling us that Lumiose City is back to normal. Before we go
there, go back to the hostages and talk to the construction worker in the
bottom-left corner to receive TM 43 Flame Charge! The female scientist above

him will give you a Magnet. Hell, that one guy will even sell his Fresh Waters
for 100P instead of 200P! What a guy.
As you walk down the stairs toward Lumiose, a massively tall dude stands in
your way and mentions a "flower Pokmon." What could this mean?
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_______________________________[vs3048]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 36 | o Chesnaught
Lv 36 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 36 | o Pidgeot
Lv 36 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 36 | o Charizard
Lv 37 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 35 | o Gardevoir
Lv 36 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 35 | o Lucario
Lv 37 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 35 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
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|
Trainers | Schoolboy Finian | Rising Star Estel | Ace Trainer Rico |
|
| Reward: 1088P
| Reward: 2100P
| Reward: 3600P
|
|
| o Dedenne
Lv 34 | o Raichu
Lv 35 | o Ampharos Lv 36 |
|
||||
|
| Pok Fan Lydie
|
|
|
|
| Reward: 2720P
|
|
|
|
| o Plusle
Lv 34 |
|
|
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|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 24 Thunderbolt
|
|
|
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|
|
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|
Key Items | [_] Voltage Badge
|
|
|
|
|
|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

<vin> Can anyone confirm us if Poke Fan Lydie has a Golbat? We got some info
that in some games she doesn't have it.
As we enter, Shauna catches up with us and instructs us to watch Prism Tower
get re-lighted. That sounds like fun, eh? She won't let us go any other
direction, so you better think it's fun! Let's go straight ahead! Moving past
Magenta Plaza, we'll arrive at Centrico Plaza--the home of Prism Tower! After
it is lit, Shauna will implore us to go challenge the gym! If you feel you're
not ready, train on Route 13 some more. We'll get around to exploring the city
/after/ the gym battle. Head on inside!
Take the elevator up to the second level. Once up here, Bonnie, the Leader's
younger sister, will serve as our host. She will ask us to step forward and
answer some quiz questions. For the first question, you'll want to answer 3 |
Pikachu. Even though we answered correctly, we still have to face the trainer.
Face the other trainers at your leisure! The second answer is 1 | Fletchling.
Next, the third answer is 3 | Panpour. Finally, the fourth answer is 2 | No. 2.
After those respective trainer battles (see above), we'll be on the top floor,
ready to take on Clemont--here we go!
______ __
__
|
| |.-----.--------.-----.-----.| |_
Gym Leader | ---| || -__|
| _ |
|| _| Reward: 5920P

_____________|______|__||_____|__|__|__|_____|__|__||____|_____________
.~^||`~.
| o Emolga
Lv 35 | o Magneton
Lv 35 | o Heliolisk
Lv 37 |
| Electric/Flying
| Electric/Steel
| Electric/Normal
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Volt Switch
| ~ Mirror Shot
| ~ Thunderbolt
|
| ~ Aerial Ace
| ~ Electric Terrain
| ~ Quick Attack
|
| ~ Thunderbolt
| ~ Thunderbolt
| ~
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Ground, Rock, Ice, Fire, Fightning
|
| Items: Hyper Potion x2
|
|
|
| Clemont leads with Emolga, who is very likely to use Volt Switch to
|
| promptly leave the battle. The Volt Switch usually gives you Magneton, |
| so you should send a lead who's decent against Magneton: Ground, Fire, |
| Fighting, etc. You'll want to deal with Magneton as quickly as possible |
| as Electric Terrain will change the battlefield to make Electric-type
|
| moves more powerful. If Magneton can get that move in, your life will be |
| hell for the next few turns.
|
|
|
| When Emolga finally does come out, you'll want to focus on using Rock-, |
| Ice-, or neutral-type moves. Emolga actually isn't that powerful, so
|
| simply slamming it with strong neutral moves will be more than enough
|
| for this battle.
|
|
|
| However, Heliolisk will be slightly more difficult to deal with.
|
| Heliolisk is powerful and speedy, meaning that you'll want to be quick |
| about taking advantage of its weaknesses (Fighting and Ground). Choosing |
| types that resist Electric is also a smart plan for Heliolisk. But,
|
| Ground- and Fighting-type moves will be your best friend for this
|
| Pokmon!
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

After that battle, we earn the Voltage Badge and, of course, a TM! Clemont
gives us TM 24 Thunderbolt! Head back to the elevator and ride it down to the
first floor. While this chapter in the guide is over, we'll be remaining in
Lumiose for a bit in the next section--stay tuned!
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

3.5
T H E S I X T H B A D G E
[vs3049]
V A L E R I E
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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

V A L E R I E ' S B A D G E
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L u m i o s e C i t y
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.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 36 | o Chesnaught
Lv 36 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 36 | o Pidgeot
Lv 36 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 36 | o Charizard
Lv 37 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 37 | o Gardevoir
Lv 36 |

|
| o Doublade
Lv 35 | o Lucario
Lv 37 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 36 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
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|
Trainers | Owner Toro
| Waitress Paget
| Chef Kamaboko
|
|
| Reward: 600P
| Reward: 600P
| Reward: 600P
|
|
| o Diggersby Lv 30 | o Kirlia
Lv 30 | o Pidgeotto Lv 30 |
|
||||
|
| Graon Jaopo
| Punk Guy Faust
| Black Belt Killian |
|
| Reward: 600P
| Reward: 600P
| Reward: 600P
|
|
| o Gabite
Lv 30 | o Haunter
Lv 30 | o Machoke
Lv 30 |
|
||||
|
| Punk Girl Lilian | Beauty Aimee
|
|
|
| Reward: 600P
| Reward: 680P
|
|
|
| o Krokorok Lv 30 | o FletchinderLv 34 |
|
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|
Items | [_] Wide Lens
x1 | [_] Expert Belt
x1 |
|
| [_] Prism Scale
x1 | [_] King's Rock
x1 |
|
| [_] Luxury Ball
x1 | [_] Destiny Knot
x1 |
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|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 82 Dragon Tail
| [_] TM 49 Echoed Voice
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______ ______________________
|Letter| Name
|
|______|______________________|
| A | Pokmon Center
|
| B | PR Video Center
|
| C | Coiffure Clips
|
| D | Caf Soleil
|
| E | Caf Shutterbug
|
| F | Office Building #1 |
| G | Office Building #2 |
| H | Alley
|
| I | Caf Triste
|
| J | Office Building #3 |
| M | Alley
|
| N | Pokmon Center
|
| O | Lumiose Museum
|
| P | Hotel Richissime
|
| Q | Office Building #4 |
| R | Caf Ultimo
|
| S | Caf Action
|
| T | Battle Institute
|
| U | Caf Bataille
|
| W | Restaurant Le Nah |
| X | Caf Introversion |
| Y | LTO*
|
| Z | Pokmon Lab
|
|______|______________________|

______ ______________________
|Letter| Name
|
|______|______________________|
| a | Stone Emporium
|
| b | Herboriste
|
| c | Friseur Furfrou
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| d | Boutique Couture
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| e | Caf Classe
|
| f | Lumiose City Gym
|
| g | Lumiose Press
|
| h | Loto-ID Center
|
| i | Caf Rouleau
|
| j | Caf Gallant
|
| k | Pokmon Center
|
| l | Caf Lysandre
|
| m | Juice Shoppe
|
| n | Restaurant Le Yeah |
| o | Pok Ball Boutique |
| p | Caf Pokmon-Amie |
| q | Empty Residence
|
| r | Sushi High Roller |
| s | Restaurant Le Wow |
| t | Caf Kizuna
|
| u | Trevor's House
|
| v | Caf Cyclone
|
|______|______________________|

* Lumiose Transportation Office


Because Lumiose City is so big, we've created a map to simplify the navigation
process! Unfortunately, that doesn't help with some of the more pressing
problems of Lumiose: the unusable controls. Remember just to work slowly and
keep your cool. Anyway, Lumiose is a big city, so we've got a lot of ground to
cover. This section, while mostly optional, does intend to cover all of the ins
and outs of Lumiose. The following sections will also be optional as we retrace
our steps with our new tools: Surf, the Old Rod, and the Good Rod. There's
plenty of Pokmon to find! If you'd like to skip right on ahead to Route 14,
see [vs3056].
Considering Lumiose is so large, we'll start by going around the perimeter
and then fishing up and down the spokes of the city. In order to do this,
however, we'll want to start a good spot--how about the Pokmon Center? To get
there, head outside, go to the perimeter via one of the avenues, and make your
way to South Boulevard and find the red building. Remember, it's along the
inner ring of buildings. Oh, and on our way out, Sycamore will ask to see us at
Lysandre Caf. Maybe later. Once at the Pokmon Center (A), we'll want to stock
up on new items and such. Here is a list of their wares:
______________________
Pok MART
|
|
Pokball ------ 200P |
Great Ball ---- 600P |
Ultra Ball --- 1200P |
Potion -------- 300P |
Super Potion -- 700P |

|
|
|
|
|
|
|

_____________________
Pok MART
|
|
Bulldoze -- 10000P |
Struggle Bug 10000P |
Swords Dance 10000P |
Sunny Day -- 50000P |
Rain Dance - 50000P |

|
|
|
|
|
|
|

| Hyper Potion - 1200P | |_____________________|


| Max Potion --- 2500P |
| Full Restore - 3000P |
| Revive ------- 1500P |
| Antidote ------ 100P |
| Paralyze Heal - 200P |
| Awakening ----- 250P |
| Burn Heal ----- 250P |
| Ice Heal ------ 250P |
| Full Heal ----- 600P |
| Escape Rope --- 550P |
| Repel --------- 350P |
| Super Repel --- 500P |
| Max Repel ----- 700P |
|______________________|
The notable new items are the Full Restore and the Max Potion, both of which
are powerful healers as our Pokmon start to reach 150+ HP going forward. Once
outside, we can head clockwise to find the PR Video Studio (B) across the
street. This building remains unchanged from the last time we visited, and we
are still "not cool enough" for the woman on the right. Farther clockwise, we
can still get our hair cut and styled at Coiffure Clips (C); for exact prices,
see the following table:
______________________
| COIFFURE CLIPS
|
|
|
| Color & Style 3000P |
| Color -------- 2000P |
| Style -------- 1500P |
|______________________|
The next few buildings also are unchanged, though you can enter Caf
Shutterbug and talk to the backpacker in the back for a Wide Lens. Go back
outside and continue northward toward North Boulevard. As you head around this
way, an alley (H) will crop up along the inner ring of buildings. There's
nothing of note in there yet. Just past the alley is another caf (I), though
it has absolutely terrible service and nothing to offer. Across the street is
an office building (J) with a photoshoot going on. Yes, there's a celebrity
there. It's Mamoswine!
Let's just leave there before it gets weirder. Continuing clockwise, we'll
find a quaint little shoppe (K) along the outer ring opposite of the street
toward the tower. This shop sells galettes! You can purchase one for 100P--if
you buy 3:00am, 9:00am, 3:00pm, or 9:00pm, the shop will throw in a free Moomoo
Milk! The Lumiose Galettes heal all statuses while the Moomoo Milk restores
100HP. Buy at your leisure!
As you keep moving along, another office building (L) is also on the outer
ring. If you go the third floor, a woman on the right side of the room will
give you an Expert Belt. The other woman will give you a Protein. Head back
outside.
<SL> If you go on the second floor, a woman will appear from behind you
and tell you that "you're not the one." I never thought that Pokmon
games could scare me, but this just proved me wrong >_>
Keep going clockwise. A Pokmon Center will be on the inner circle of
buildings (N), and it's mostly the same as the last Pokmon Center, save for
its Pok Mart. There isn't much else of interest in here.

______________________
| Pok MART
|
|
|
| Pokball ------ 200P |
| Great Ball ---- 600P |
| Ultra Ball --- 1200P |
| Potion -------- 300P |
| Super Potion -- 700P |
| Hyper Potion - 1200P |
| Max Potion --- 2500P |
| Full Restore - 3000P |
| Revive ------- 1500P |
| Antidote ------ 100P |
| Paralyze Heal - 200P |
| Awakening ----- 250P |
| Burn Heal ----- 250P |
| Ice Heal ------ 250P |
| Full Heal ----- 600P |
| Escape Rope --- 550P |
| Repel --------- 350P |
| Super Repel --- 500P |
| Max Repel ----- 700P |
|______________________|

_____________________
| Pok MART
|
|
|
| Heal Ball ---- 300P |
| Net Ball ---- 1000P |
| Nest Ball --- 1000P |
|_____________________|

The Lumiose Art Museum (O) is just across the street. Admission is free, and,
if you talk to the man with purple hair to the left of the admissions office,
he will give you TM 82 Dragon Tail! The Art Museum itself is pretty awesome,
and you can purchase an audio guide for 200P. However, it seems like one of the
paintings is missing on 3F. Perhaps it's the subject of a later inquiry? Head
back outside when you're done perusing the museum.
Farther along, another large building along the outer ring will appear: this
is Hotel Richissime (P)!~ This place is big. Along the way in, you'll find Mr.
Bonding yet again, and he will give you another O-Power. We'll return to the
main floor in a bit; take the elevator to 5F. From here, go to the right and
into the hotel room. Talk to the woman in the bathroom (weird) and she will
give you TM 49 Echoed Voice (weirder). There isn't much else in the hotel, so
return to 1F and talk to the concierge at the left desk.
<SL> On 4F, you can go to the room to the right of the elevator to find the
same ghastly girl we saw in the elevator of the other building.
*shudders*
The lady at the desk will ask if you'd like to work here. You can take on the
various tasks of a hotel service person to earn money. The hotel actually pays
pretty well if you do your tasks correctly... just do them correctly! Here's
some general tips:
o Room Service: Write down the orders. Like this: Naughty Figy Berry Pot-auFeu, Draco Meteor
o Making Beds: Run around to each room as quickly as possible. Know your path
and work in one direction: clockwise or counterclockwise.
o Lost-and-Found: Develop a pattern to systematically screen the entire room.
Looping up and down is our preferred way.
You can come back every day to work (and earn!) more. Sweet! Now feel free to
exit the hotel. Now go into the office building (Q) next door; if you go to 4F
and talk to the little girl, she will give you a Prism Scale for your trendy
outfit. Feel free to leave afterwards.

Across the street is Caf Ultimo (R). This caf can teach you a lot about
Super Training, but this guide is also a great resource. Visit at your leisure.
Farther clockwise is another caf by the name of Caf Action (S). This place is
also of little interest, unfortunately. The Battle Institute (T) and Caf
Bataille (U) do not contain anything of note as well. Across from Caf
Batielle, Lumiose Station (V) contains the TMV train, which we cannot board
yet. Hence, we should continue our full circle by entering South Boulevard
again.
In Boulevard South, Restaurant Le Nah (W) has the same premise as before:
battle your way through the meal. See section [vs3013] for more info. Caf
Introversion (X) is still the same--full of introverts. Across from the caf is
the Lumiose Transportation Office (Y), which you should use to learn about the
taxi, Gogoat, and TMV. We'll cover them here for your convenience: the Gogoat
Shuttle allows you to ride Gogoats around the outer ring of the city; the Lumi
Cab instantaneously takes you to your destination for a fee; the TMV connects
you to Kiloude City!
Once we make full circle, the Pokmon Lab will apear on our left across from
Vernal Avenue. There's nothing new going on in the lab, so let's head north
toward Vernal Avenue! Remember to look at the map if you're confused!
The stores on the left are the Stone Emporium (a), Herboriste (b), and Friseur
Furfrou (c). The former two are pretty much the same, though the dude who was
trying to sell you a Mega Evolution stone has now cut his price in half to
500000P. Meanwhile, the third shop is now accessible if you caught a Furfrou
on Route 5! Feel free to stylize your Furfrou as you see fit. Across the street
is Boutique Couture (d), which we still can't get into, and Caf Classe (e).
Once you're done perusing these shops (wares below), move toward Centrico
Plaza.
______________________
| STONE EMPORIUM
|
|
|
| Fire Stone --- 2100P |
| Water Stone -- 2100P |
| Leaf Stone --- 2100P |
|______________________|

______________________
| HERBORISTE
|
|
|
| Heal Powder --- 450P |
| Energy Powder - 500P |
| Energy Root --- 800P |
| Revival Herb - 2800P |
|______________________|

Go clockwise around the center plaza and take the next street down. It may be
harder to spot as it is narrower than Vernal Avenue. As you walk into Bleu
Square, you can talk to the elderly gentlemen to battle him. He's Owner Toro!
Surprisingly, he doesn't give out much money. Darn. You can face the woman on
the other side of the square, though. From this woman, head down a bit and take
a left at the small alley. At the end of this alley is Chef Kamaboko! After
defeating him, head back out to Bleu Plaza and take a left to Estival Avenue.
Immediately take a left to find Lumiose Press (g). Alexa, the woman who gave
us the EXP Share a long time ago, is in there, and she can tell us all about
Lumiose City. Immediately west of Lumiose Press is the Loto-ID Center (h). In
here, you can check the current winning number against the ID number of your
Pokmon every day for the chance to win fabulous prizes! Your chance of winning
goes up if you have Pokmon from multiple sources. Prizes will be coming
shortly to this section--don't worry! Farther west in on Estival is an alley,
in which you can battle more trainers. This trainer is Graon Jaopo. Return to
the street after defeating him.
On the opposite (north) side of the street, you'll find Caf Rouleau (i). The
skaters in here will be happy to share their skating moves. By the way, if you

go down the alley immediately adjacent to the caf, you'll face... no one. It's
a dead end--don't go there. Anyway, the other caf next door to Rouleau is
Caf Gallant (j): nothing of note in here, though. Head through the alley next
to this caf to reach Magenta Plaza.
Magenta Plaza is slightly larger than Bleu Plaza, and it's even got its own
Pokmon Center (k). This Pokmon Center, however, doesn't sell any special
items: just the same old Pok Mart wares. We won't list them here as they're
getting a little redundant, but they are listed above if you want to scroll up.
Now go to the alley directly opposite of the one we just entered from to find
Caf Lysandre (l)! This is where Sycamore said he wanted us to go, so let's
visit him!
If you talk to Lysandre and Sycamore, Lysandre will go on and on about
destruction and beauty and giving and taking, but, in the end, he'll just end
up giving you a King's Rock. The rest of the caf seems somewhat brainwashed,
eh? Talk to the girls and you'll see what we mean. Oh well--let's exit. As we
leave, Trevor will inform you everyone is meeting up on Route 14. Let's keep
going on with our rounds, though. Next up is Autumnal Avenue!
Across the street from where we enter is the Juice Shoppe (m). Check it out to
buy some berry juice. The gentlemen will serve you premium juice for your
Pokmon while the woman will make juice from /your/ berries for your Pokmon.
If you have a lot of berries, go for it! This place is definitely rockin'.
Anyway, next door is Restaurant Le Yeah (n). In here, you're free to take on
Triple Battle meals and Rotation Battle meals. Same drill as before--eat at
your leisure. Moreover, adjacent to this shop is the Pok Ball Boutique (o)
where you can buy all sorts of Pok Balls. Their wares are the following!
______________________
| POK BALL BOUTIQUE |
|
|
| Quick Ball --- 1000P |
| Dive Ball ---- 1000P |
| Timer Ball --- 1000P |
| Premier Ball -- 200P |
| Heal Ball ----- 300P |
| Net Ball ----- 1000P |
| Nest Ball ---- 1000P |
| Dusk Ball ---- 1000P |
| Repeat Ball -- 1000P |
| Luxury Ball -- 1000P |
|______________________|
If you talk to the little girl milling about the shop, she will give you a
Luxury Ball if you answer "Yes." Across the street from the boutique is the
Caf Pokmon-Amie (p). After browsing that caf (there's nothing of note
there), take the alley adjacent to the Juice Shoppe.
Once in Rogue Plaza, take a left and go down the side street. Take a left at
the alley and then take a right and another left to find a punk--you can battle
him, if you want. The Restaurant back in the main alleyway is for VIPs only
while the empty residence is completely empty--for now. After you're done
exploring, go down the alleyway on the same side of the street as the Sushi
High Roller and make your way to the Black Belt! Once you defeat him, turn
around and take a left at the split in the alley. Follow this backstreet to
Hibernal Avenue.
Immediately to the right of where you enter is Restaurant Le Wow (s), which
we are not allowed to enter until we reach Champion status. Check back later.

Across the street is Caf Kizuna (t). Too bad there isn't too much inside this
caf either. Head toward the Prism Tower and take a left down the alley toward
Jaune Plaza. Jaune Plaza is relatively boring, though you can take a left and
head down one of the alleys to find Trevor's House (u). Anyway, keep heading
clockwise via the alleys.
Once you make it to Vert Plaza, you can head left and find Punk Girl Lillian
to defeat her Pokmon. Unfortunately, the caf in this alley is a money-pit
full of greedy tip-needing people: it's Caf Cyclone (v). If you walk further
down the alley, you can face Beauty Aimee by talking to her. Once you defeat
her, she will give you a Destiny Knot! Go back out to Vert Plaza, head left
down the short alley, and you will find yourself back at Vernal Avenue! Make
your way back to Centrico Plaza!
Well, we're done! We've gone everywhere and done everything in Lumiose that we
can do for now. For those of you who want to go straight to Route 14, see
[vs3056]. For those of you who want to revisit older locations in an attempt to
get more items and new Pokmon, follow the next few sections! For the record,
you need to have Fly, Surf, Cut, a Good Rod, and an Old Rod to make this sweep
as productive and efficient as possible! Here we go!
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V A L E R I E ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 3
O u v e r t W a y
_______________________________[vs3051]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 36 | o Chesnaught
Lv 36 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 36 | o Pidgeot
Lv 36 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 36 | o Charizard
Lv 37 |
|
| o Kangaskhan
Lv 17 | o Gardevoir
Lv 33 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 36 | o Lucario
Lv 33 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 36 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||
| Field Moves | Cut, Surf
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Dawn Stone
x1 | [_] Revive
x1 |
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 3 |
|
| Bidoof
| Normal
| ~16%
| 3 |
|
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~6%
| 4-5 |
|
| Pidgey
| Normal/Flying
| ~10%
| 4 |
|
| Fletchling | Normal/Flying
| ~20%
| 3 |
|
| Pikachu
| Electric
| ~10%
| 4 |
|
| Azurill
| Normal/Fairy
| ~8%
| 5 |
|
| Burmy
| Bug
| ~10%
| 5 |
| Morning / Surf
| Masquerain | Bug/Flying
| ~88%
| 25-26 |
|
| Marill
| Water/Fairy
| ~12%
| 25 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Magikarp
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Corphish
| Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
|
| Goldeen
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Seaking
| Water
| ~45%
| 35 |

|
| Gyarados
| Water/Flying
| ~45%
| 35 |
|
| Crawdaunt | Water/Dark
| ~10%
| 35 |
| Day / Grass
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 3 |
|
| Bidoof
| Normal
| ~16%
| 3 |
|
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~6%
| 4 |
|
| Pidgey
| Normal/Flying
| ~10%
| 4 |
|
| Fletchling | Normal/Flying
| ~20%
| 3 |
|
| Pikachu
| Electric
| ~10%
| 4 |
|
| Azurill
| Normal/Fairy
| ~8%
| 5 |
|
| Burmy
| Bug
| ~10%
| 5 |
| Day / Surf
| Masquerain | Bug/Flying
| ~88%
| 25-26 |
|
| Marill
| Water/Fairy
| ~12%
| 25 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Magikarp
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Corphish
| Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
|
| Goldeen
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Seaking
| Water
| ~45%
| 35 |
|
| Gyarados
| Water/Flying
| ~45%
| 35 |
|
| Crawdaunt | Water/Dark
| ~10%
| 35 |
| Night / Grass
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 3 |
|
| Bidoof
| Normal
| ~16%
| 3 |
|
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~6%
| 4 |
|
| Pidgey
| Normal/Flying
| ~10%
| 4 |
|
| Fletchling | Normal/Flying
| ~20%
| 3 |
|
| Pikachu
| Electric
| ~10%
| 4 |
|
| Azurill
| Normal/Fairy
| ~8%
| 5 |
|
| Burmy
| Bug
| ~10%
| 5 |
| Night / Surf
| Masquerain | Bug/Flying
| ~88%
| 25-26 |
|
| Marill
| Water/Fairy
| ~12%
| 25 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Magikarp
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Corphish
| Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
|
| Goldeen
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
| Night / Super Rod | Seaking
| Water
| ~45%
| 35 |
|
| Gyarados
| Water/Flying
| ~45%
| 35 |
|
| Crawdaunt | Water/Dark
| ~10%
| 35 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Fly to Santalune City and walk straight down to Route 3. From here, follow the
path until you find that prickly bush that you may have noticed earlier on
Route 3. Cut the bush down with Cut and grab the Revive back behind the bush.
Finally, go check out the water near the beginning of the route; Surf across
the water to get a Dawn Stone. Sweet!
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V A L E R I E ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 2 2
D t o u r n e r W a y
_______________________________[vs3052]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 37 | o Chesnaught
Lv 36 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 36 | o Pidgeot
Lv 36 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 36 | o Charizard
Lv 37 |
|
| o Kangaskhan
Lv 17 | o Gardevoir
Lv 33 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 36 | o Lucario
Lv 33 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 36 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |

|||
| Field Moves | Surf
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~4%
| 7 |
|
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 5-6 |
|
| Bidoof
| Normal
| ~14%
| 6 |
|
| Farfetch'd | Normal/Flying
| ~16%
| 7 |
|
| Litleo
| Normal/Fire
| ~16%
| 5-6 |
|
| Azurill
| Normal/Fairy
| ~10%
| 6-7 |
|
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~8%
| 6 |
|
| Riolu
| Fighting
| ~12%
| 6-7 |
| Morning / Surf
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~90%
| 25-27 |
|
| Azumarill | Water/Fairy
| ~10%
| 25 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Magikarp
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Goldeen
| Water
| ~55%
| 25 |
|
| Carvanha
| Water/Dark
| ~45%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Seaking
| Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Gyarados
| Water/Flying
| ~60%
| 35 |
|
| Sharpedo
| Water/Dark
| ~5%
| 35 |
| Day / Grass
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~4%
| 7 |
|
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 5-6 |
|
| Bidoof
| Normal
| ~14%
| 6 |
|
| Farfetch'd | Normal/Flying
| ~16%
| 7 |
|
| Litleo
| Normal/Fire
| ~16%
| 5-6 |
|
| Azurill
| Normal/Fairy
| ~10%
| 6-7 |
|
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~8%
| 6 |
|
| Riolu
| Fighting
| ~12%
| 6-7 |
| Day / Surf
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~90%
| 25-27 |
|
| Azumarill | Water/Fairy
| ~10%
| 25 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Magikarp
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Goldeen
| Water
| ~55%
| 25 |
|
| Carvanha
| Water/Dark
| ~45%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Seaking
| Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Gyarados
| Water/Flying
| ~60%
| 35 |
|
| Sharpedo
| Water/Dark
| ~5%
| 35 |
| Night / Grass
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~4%
| 7 |
|
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 5-6 |
|
| Bidoof
| Normal
| ~14%
| 6 |
|
| Farfetch'd | Normal/Flying
| ~16%
| 7 |
|
| Litleo
| Normal/Fire
| ~16%
| 5-6 |
|
| Azurill
| Normal/Fairy
| ~10%
| 6-7 |
|
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~8%
| 6 |
|
| Riolu
| Fighting
| ~12%
| 6-7 |
| Night / Surf
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~90%
| 25-27 |
|
| Azumarill | Water/Fairy
| ~10%
| 25 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Magikarp
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Goldeen
| Water
| ~55%
| 25 |
|
| Carvanha
| Water/Dark
| ~45%
| 25 |
| Night / Super Rod | Seaking
| Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Gyarados
| Water/Flying
| ~60%
| 35 |
|
| Sharpedo
| Water/Dark
| ~5%
| 35 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

There are new areas to Surf here, but we need Waterfall to /actually/ reach
stuff. New Pokmon are around, though!
V A L E R I E ' S

B A D G E

_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
A m b r e t t e T o w n
_______________________________[vs3053]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 37 | o Chesnaught
Lv 36 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 36 | o Pidgeot
Lv 36 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 36 | o Charizard
Lv 37 |
|
| o Kangaskhan
Lv 17 | o Gardevoir
Lv 33 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 36 | o Lucario
Lv 33 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 36 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||
| Field Moves | Rock Smash, Surf
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Rare Candy
x1 |
|
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Rock Smash| Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Morning / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~80%
| 25-27 |
|
| Wailmer
| Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Horsea
| Water
| ~30%
| 25 |
|
| Clauncher(X)| Water
| ~50%
| 25 |
|
| Skrelp (Y) | Water/Poison
| ~50%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Relicanth | Water/Rock
| ~64%
| 35 |
|
| Seadra
| Water
| ~1%
| 35 |
|
| Clawitzer(X)| Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Dragalge
| Poison/Dragon
| ~35%
| 35 |
| Day / Rock Smash
| Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Day / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~80%
| 25-27 |
|
| Wailmer
| Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Horsea
| Water
| ~30%
| 25 |
|
| Clauncher(X)| Water
| ~50%
| 25 |
|
| Skrelp (Y) | Water/Poison
| ~50%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Relicanth | Water/Rock
| ~64%
| 35 |
|
| Seadra
| Water
| ~1%
| 35 |
|
| Clawitzer(X)| Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Dragalge
| Poison/Dragon
| ~35%
| 35 |
| Night / Rock Smash | Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Night / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~80%
| 25-27 |
|
| Wailmer
| Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Horsea
| Water
| ~30%
| 25 |
|
| Clauncher(X)| Water
| ~50%
| 25 |
|
| Skrelp (Y) | Water/Poison
| ~50%
| 25 |
| Night / Super Rod | Relicanth | Water/Rock
| ~64%
| 35 |
|
| Seadra
| Water
| ~1%
| 35 |
|
| Clawitzer(X)| Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Dragalge (Y)| Poison/Dragon
| ~35%
| 35 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Fly to Ambrette Town. With your Dowsing Machine, make your way to the Ambrette

Town beach via the Aquarium and Route 8 (Ocean). Once down there, locate the
signal on the beach and pick up the hidden Rare Candy! Yay! Unfortunately,
there isn't much else here, so it's time to surf! Head north.
V A L E R I E ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 8
(O c e a n)
M a r a u i l l e C o a s t
_______________________________[vs3054]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 36 | o Chesnaught
Lv 36 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 36 | o Pidgeot
Lv 36 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 36 | o Charizard
Lv 37 |
|
| o Kangaskhan
Lv 17 | o Gardevoir
Lv 33 |
|
| o Doublae
Lv 36 | o Lucario
Lv 33 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 36 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||
| Field Moves | Rock Smash, Surf
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Swimmer M Estaban | Swimmer M Ramses |
|
|
| Reward: 448P
| Reward: 480P
|
|
|
| o Skrelp
Lv 28 | o Tentacool Lv 30 |
|
|
| o Horsea
Lv 28 |
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Heart Scale
x1 |
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 19 Roost
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Rock Smash| Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Morning / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~80%
| 25-27 |
|
| Wailmer
| Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Staryu (X) | Water
| ~50%
| 25 |
|
| Shellder (Y)| Water
| ~50%
| 25 |
|
| Clauncher(X)| Water
| ~50%
| 25 |
|
| Skrelp (Y) | Water/Poison
| ~50%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Qwilfish
| Water/Poison
| ~50%
| 35 |
|
| Clawitzer(X)| Water
| ~40%
| 35 |
|
| Dragalge (Y)| Poison/Dragon
| ~40%
| 35 |
|
| Starmie (X) | Water
| ~10%
| 35 |
|
| Cloyster (Y)| Water/Ice
| ~10%
| 35 |
| Day / Rock Smash
| Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Day / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~80%
| 25-27 |
|
| Wailmer
| Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Staryu (X) | Water
| ~50%
| 25 |
|
| Shellder (Y)| Water
| ~50%
| 25 |
|
| Clauncher(X)| Water
| ~50%
| 25 |
|
| Skrelp (Y) | Water/Poison
| ~50%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Qwilfish
| Water/Poison
| ~50%
| 35 |
|
| Clawitzer(X)| Water
| ~40%
| 35 |

|
| Dragalge (Y)| Poison/Dragon
| ~40%
| 35 |
|
| Starmie (X) | Water
| ~10%
| 35 |
|
| Cloyster (Y)| Water/Ice
| ~10%
| 35 |
| Night / Rock Smash | Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Night / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~80%
| 25-27 |
|
| Wailmer
| Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Staryu (X) | Water
| ~50%
| 25 |
|
| Shellder (Y)| Water
| ~50%
| 25 |
|
| Clauncher(X)| Water
| ~50%
| 25 |
|
| Skrelp (Y) | Water/Poison
| ~50%
| 25 |
| Night / Super Rod | Qwilfish
| Water/Poison
| ~50%
| 35 |
|
| Clawitzer(X)| Water
| ~40%
| 35 |
|
| Dragalge (Y)| Poison/Dragon
| ~40%
| 35 |
|
| Starmie (X) | Water
| ~10%
| 35 |
|
| Cloyster (Y)| Water/Ice
| ~10%
| 35 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

As you continue surfing down the ocean, you will eventually start to come
across some lighter patches of water during your northern trek. These light
patches are walkable, but they have nothing on them. Keep going until you find
a beach; this beach will have a singular rock containing a hidden Heart Scale.
Meanwhile, if you ehad farther north, TM 19 Roost will become apparent on a
lighter patch of water. You can then encounter the swimmer circling this patch.
If you keep going north, you'll eventually cross into Cyllage Town.
V A L E R I E ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
C y l l a g e C i t y
_______________________________[vs3055]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 36 | o Chesnaught
Lv 36 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 36 | o Pidgeot
Lv 36 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 36 | o Charizard
Lv 37 |
|
| o Kangaskhan
Lv 17 | o Gardevoir
Lv 33 |
|
| o Doublae
Lv 36 | o Lucario
Lv 33 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 36 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||
| Field Moves | Surf
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Swimmer M Estaban | Swimmer M Ramses |
|
|
| Reward: 448P
| Reward: 480P
|
|
|
| o Skrelp
Lv 28 | o Tentacool Lv 30 |
|
|
| o Horsea
Lv 28 |
|
|
||||
|
Berries | [_] Charti Berry
x1 |
|
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Rock Smash| Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Morning / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~80%
| 25-27 |
|
| Wailmer
| Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Horsea
| Water
| ~30%
| 25 |

|
| Clauncher(X)| Water
| ~50%
| 25 |
|
| Skrelp (Y) | Water/Poison
| ~50%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Relicanth | Water/Rock
| ~64%
| 35 |
|
| Seadra
| Water
| ~1%
| 35 |
|
| Clawitzer(X)| Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Dragalge
| Poison/Dragon
| ~35%
| 35 |
| Day / Rock Smash
| Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Day / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~80%
| 25-27 |
|
| Wailmer
| Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Horsea
| Water
| ~30%
| 25 |
|
| Clauncher(X)| Water
| ~50%
| 25 |
|
| Skrelp (Y) | Water/Poison
| ~50%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Relicanth | Water/Rock
| ~64%
| 35 |
|
| Seadra
| Water
| ~1%
| 35 |
|
| Clawitzer(X)| Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Dragalge
| Poison/Dragon
| ~35%
| 35 |
| Night / Rock Smash | Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Night / Surf
| Tentacool | Water/Poison
| ~80%
| 25-27 |
|
| Wailmer
| Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Horsea
| Water
| ~30%
| 25 |
|
| Clauncher(X)| Water
| ~50%
| 25 |
|
| Skrelp (Y) | Water/Poison
| ~50%
| 25 |
| Night / Super Rod | Relicanth | Water/Rock
| ~64%
| 35 |
|
| Seadra
| Water
| ~1%
| 35 |
|
| Clawitzer(X)| Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Dragalge (Y)| Poison/Dragon
| ~35%
| 35 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

There's a house. On the beach. In the middle of the ocean. And we thought we
had seen it all. You can talk to the little boy inside to earn a Charti Berry;
he'll even explain what it does (weakens SE Rock-type moves).
V A L E R I E ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 1 4
L a v e r r e N a t u r a l T r a i l
_______________________________[vs3056]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 37 | o Chesnaught
Lv 37 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 36 | o Pidgeot
Lv 36 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 36 | o Charizard
Lv 38 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 37 | o Gardevoir
Lv 36 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 36 | o Lucario
Lv 39 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 36 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||
| Field Moves | Cut, Surf
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Pokmon Ranger
| Pokmon Ranger Nash| Hex Maniac Anina |
|
| Melina
| Reward: 3040P
| Reward: 1088P
|
|
| Reward: 2960P
| o Goomy
Lv 38 | o Litwick
Lv 34 |
|
| o Arbok
Lv 35 |
| o Haunter
Lv 34 |
|
| o Pyroar
Lv 37 |
|
|
|
||||

|
| Pokmon Ranger Reed| Fairy Tale Girl
|
|
|
| Reward: 2880P
| Imogen
|
|
|
| o Poliwhirl Lv 35 | Reward: 1120P
|
|
|
| o Loudred
Lv 34 | o Floette
Lv 33 |
|
|
| o Fraxure
Lv 36 | o Slurpuff Lv 35 |
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Super Potion
x1 | [_] Rare Candy
x1 |
|
| [_] Tiny Mushroom
x1 | [_] Cleanse Tag
x1 |
|
| [_] Big Mushroom
x1 | [_] Hyper Potion
x1 |
|
| [_] Damp Rock
x1 | [_] Revive
x1 |
|
| [_] Spell Tag
x1 |
|
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 06 Toxic
| [_] TM 61 Will-o-Wisp
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Berries | [_] Roseli Berry
x1 |
|
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Weepinbell | Grass/Poison
| ~10%
| 31-32 |
|
| Carnivine | Grass
| ~6%
| 31 |
|
| Karrablast | Bug
| ~8%
| 30-32 |
|
| Shelmet
| Bug
| ~8%
| 30 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~16%
| 30-31 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~6%
| 31 |
|
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~8%
| 30 |
|
| Goomy
| Dragon
| ~10%
| 30 |
| Morning / Swamp
| Carnivine | Grass
| ~6%
| 31 |
|
| Karrablast | Bug
| ~9%
| 30 |
|
| Shelmet
| Bug
| ~9%
| 30 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~4%
| 31 |
|
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~34%
| 30-32 |
|
| Goomy
| Dragon
| ~14%
| 31-32 |
|
| Stunfisk
| Ground/Electric | ~24%
| 31-32 |
| Morning / Hordes
| Ekans
| Poison
| ~4%
| 17 |
|
| Bellsprout | Grass/Poison
| ~12%
| 16 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~2%
| 16 |
| Morning / Surf
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~50%
| 30 |
|
| Goomy
| Dragon
| ~15%
| 31 |
|
| Stunfisk
| Ground/Electric | ~35%
| 30 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Poliwag
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Poliwhirl | Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Barboach
| Water/Ground
| ~65%
| 25 |
| Day / Grass
| Weepinbell | Grass/Poison
| ~10%
| 31-32 |
|
| Carnivine | Grass
| ~6%
| 31 |
|
| Karrablast | Bug
| ~8%
| 30-32 |
|
| Shelmet
| Bug
| ~8%
| 30 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~16%
| 30-31 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~6%
| 31 |
|
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~8%
| 30 |
|
| Goomy
| Dragon
| ~10%
| 30 |
| Day / Swamp
| Carnivine | Grass
| ~6%
| 31 |
|
| Karrablast | Bug
| ~9%
| 30 |
|
| Shelmet
| Bug
| ~9%
| 30 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~4%
| 31 |
|
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~34%
| 30-32 |
|
| Goomy
| Dragon
| ~14%
| 31-32 |
|
| Stunfisk
| Ground/Electric | ~24%
| 31-32 |
| Day / Hordes
| Ekans
| Poison
| ~4%
| 17 |

|
| Bellsprout | Grass/Poison
| ~12%
| 16 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~2%
| 16 |
| Day / Surf
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~50%
| 30 |
|
| Goomy
| Dragon
| ~15%
| 31 |
|
| Stunfisk
| Ground/Electric | ~35%
| 30 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Barboach
| Water/Ground
| ~65%
| 25 |
| Night / Grass
| Weepinbell | Grass/Poison
| ~10%
| 31-32 |
|
| Carnivine | Grass
| ~6%
| 31 |
|
| Karrablast | Bug
| ~8%
| 30-32 |
|
| Shelmet
| Bug
| ~8%
| 30 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~16%
| 30-31 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~6%
| 31 |
|
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~8%
| 30 |
|
| Goomy
| Dragon
| ~10%
| 30 |
| Night / Swamp
| Carnivine | Grass
| ~6%
| 31 |
|
| Karrablast | Bug
| ~9%
| 30 |
|
| Shelmet
| Bug
| ~9%
| 30 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~4%
| 31 |
|
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~34%
| 30-32 |
|
| Goomy
| Dragon
| ~14%
| 31-32 |
|
| Stunfisk
| Ground/Electric | ~24%
| 31-32 |
| Night / Hordes
| Ekans
| Poison
| ~4%
| 17 |
|
| Bellsprout | Grass/Poison
| ~12%
| 16 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~2%
| 16 |
| Night / Surf
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~50%
| 30 |
|
| Goomy
| Dragon
| ~15%
| 31 |
|
| Stunfisk
| Ground/Electric | ~35%
| 30 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Barboach
| Water/Ground
| ~65%
| 25 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

As we enter the route, Trevor and Serena will already be there. Trevor will
want to compare Pokdexes while Serena will challenge us to another battle;
this time without asking!
_______
|
__|.-----.----.-----.-----.---.-.
Pokmon Trainer |__
|| -__| _| -__|
| _ | Reward: 3700P
|_______||_____|__| |_____|__|__|___._|
.~^||`~.
| o Meowstic
Lv 35 | o Absol
Lv 35 | o Chesnaught
Lv 37 |
| Psychic
| Dark
| Grass/Fighting
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Disarming Voice
| ~ Bite
| ~ Bite
|
| ~ Psychic
| ~ Quick Attack
| ~ Seed Bomb
|
| ~ Light Screen
| ~
| ~
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended types: Ghost, Dark, Bug, Fairy, Ground, Water, Fighting
|
|
|
| Meowstic and Absol are the two universal Pokmon that Serena will have; |
| her starter varies based off of your pick. Regardless, Serena's first
|
| two Pokmon both have major weaknesses that are easily exploited; be
|
| warned, however, that they aren't pushovers. Absol, especially. For the |
| starter, just don't throw out your starter or you'll risk losing due to |
| the double-weakness.
|

/___________________________________________________________________________\

After the battle, head left and find the big dirt square. Use your Dowsing
Machine to locate a Super Potion in the middle of the clearing. Afterwards,
find the swings to the northeast and slip behind them to find a Rare Candy. Now
let's continue north into the trail itself.
Route 14 can be thought of as a few different areas: a swamp, a forest, and a
woodland water area. Each has their own specific encounters, listed above for
your convenience.
Head directly north to find a trainer: Pokmon Ranger Melina! Immediately to
the east of her is a Tiny Mushroom; use your Dowsing Machine to find it! Keep
heading eastward until you can go north through a swamp. Beware: when you move
through swamps, you can get stuck, forcing you to wiggle around until you free
yourself. On the other side of this swamp is a Cleanse Tag. Go back to where
the Pokmon Ranger was and head west of her.
Once over here, head west a bit more to find an item just behind a fallen
tree. Use the swamp to the south to circumvent the tree, allowing you to pick
up the Big Mushroom. Cut the tree right around here to reveal a new area with a
TM: TM 61 Will-o-Wisp! Now go back around the tree to the main area and head
north toward Pokmon Ranger Nash. Now head east and face Hex Maniac Anina.
Follow the path around to the next swamp.
Take on the Pokmon Ranger running around the stumps. From the Ranger, head
southwest. See the red shadowy thing to the north along the trees? If you
investigate it, you'll find that it's a Hyper Potion! Return back to the
Pokmon Ranger and head east from his area. As you head this direction, you'll
likely be challenged by Fairy Tale Girl Imogen. Back behind her is a Roseli
Berry tree with one berry for you to pick. Return back to the main swamp.
Go northwest to talk to the Hex Maniac: she will give you TM 06 Toxic. Surf
across the water that she's looking at to find a slightly submerged Damp Rock.
Return to the main swamp and head west toward another area. As you make your
way thataway, Shauna will drag you in that direction. They will all take you
inside. Once in there, an old man will tell a very cheesy scary story. Ugh.
Head south of the scary house. As you continue southward, the swamp will get
thicker; use your Dowsing Machine to find a Revive in a nearby rock. You can
also find a Spell Tag all the way to the south. Once you're done here, return
to the spooky house, merge back onto the main road, and continue into Laverre.
V A L E R I E ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
L a v e r r e C i t y
_______________________________[vs3057]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 39 | o Chesnaught
Lv 37 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 37 | o Pidgeot
Lv 37 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 38 | o Charizard
Lv 38 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 37 | o Gardevoir
Lv 36 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 37 | o Lucario
Lv 39 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 37 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||||
|
Trainers | Furisode Girl
| Furisode Girl
| Furisode Girl Kali |
|
| Blossom
| Katherine
| Reward: 2736P
|
|
| Reward: 2664P
| Reward: 2880P
| o Dedenne
Lv 38 |

|
| o Klefki
Lv 37 | o Slurpuff Lv 40 | o Azumarill Lv 38 |
|
| o Kirlia
Lv 37 |
|
|
|
| o Granbull Lv 37 |
|
|
|
||||
|
| Furisode Girl
|
|
|
|
| Linnea
|
|
|
|
| Reward: 2880P
|
|
|
|
| o Aromatisse Lv 40 |
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Tiny Mushroom
x1 | [_] Ether
x1 |
|
| [_] Ultra Ball
x1 | [_] Gengarite
x1 |
|
| [_] Leaf Stone
x1 | [_] Destiny Knot
x1 |
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 41 Torment
| [_] TM 99 Dazzling Gleam
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Key Items | [_] Fairy Badge
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Old Rod | Poliwag
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Poliwhirl | Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Barboach
| Water/Ground
| ~65%
| 25 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Barboach
| Water/Ground
| ~65%
| 25 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Barboach
| Water/Ground
| ~65%
| 25 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

<SL> Have any of you guys caught Basculin around here? I didn't catch any,
but I've been receiving reports that they /are/ in Laverre City.
Head directly north and talk to the boy roaming about by some large mushrooms:
he will give you TM 41 Torment. Right next to the boy (in the mushrooms) is a
Tiny Mushroom. Use your Dowsing Machine for the exact location. Anyway, the
first house is of little interest, but the clothing shop can be a fun place to
mill around in! As with the other clothing shops, we'll have the items sold
posted later once we reconcile the male/female differences. Meanwhile, head
behind the clothing shop via the gap between the two buildings to find an
Ether. The Pokmon Center is just to the east. It sells the following items!
______________________
Pok MART
|
|
Pokball ------ 200P |
Great Ball ---- 600P |
Ultra Ball --- 1200P |
Potion -------- 300P |
Super Potion -- 700P |
Hyper Potion - 1200P |
Max Potion --- 2500P |
Full Restore - 3000P |
Revive ------- 1500P |
Antidote ------ 100P |
Paralyze Heal - 200P |
Awakening ----- 250P |

|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|

_____________________
| Pok MART
|
|
|
| Protein ----- 9800P |
| Iron -------- 9800P |
| Calcium ----- 9800P |
| Zinc -------- 9800P |
| Carbos ------ 9800P |
| HP Up ------- 9800P |
|_____________________|

| Burn Heal ----- 250P |


| Ice Heal ------ 250P |
| Full Heal ----- 600P |
| Escape Rope --- 550P |
| Repel --------- 350P |
| Super Repel --- 500P |
| Max Repel ----- 700P |
|______________________|
Also be sure to talk to Mr. Bonding in the northwestern corner of the Pokmon
Center for another O-Power. Go back outside and head north across the bridge.
Ignore the gym for now and go to the house to the east of it. The guy in a
black suit will offer to teach your starter a "Pledge" move--a combo move, if
you will. See the MoveDex for more info on that. Afterwards, head northwest
toward some more houses. Along the way, be sure to use your Dowsing Machine to
locate an Ultra Ball. If you talk to the Hex Maniac loafing around, she will
give you a Gengarite. The house directly to the north of the Hex Maniac is the
Pokmon Fan Club, which hands out ribbons for "effort." Meanwhile, the house
next-door has another Hex Maniac that will tell you about your Gym Leader
battles. If you head directly east of here, you'll find a caf similar to the
one in Santalune City. Just outside the caf (by the mushrooms), you'll be able
to use your Dowsing Machine to find a Leaf Stone! Once you're down checking out
Laverre, head toward the gym so we can challenge it!
This gym is full of warps. They are all in corners, so this guide simply lists
the corner in which each warp we want you to take is located. Start out with:
NE, SE, SE, NE, Furisode Girl Blossom. SE, Furisode Girl Katherine. NW, Gym
Leader. (If you'd like to face the other, start NW, Furisode Girl Kali; SE,
Furisode Girl Linnea; then go back to the main spot and follow main advice).
Save before you face Gym Leader Valerie; she's no pushover!
___ ___
__
__
| | |.---.-.| |.-----.----.|__|.-----.
Gym Leader | | || _ || || -__| _|| || -__| Reward: 6720P
_______________\_____/ |___._||__||_____|__| |__||_____|______________
.~^||`~.
| o Mawile
Lv 38 | o Mr. Mime
Lv 39 | o Sylveon
Lv 42 |
| Steel/Fairy
| Psychic/Fairy
| Fairy
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Crunch
| ~ Reflect
| ~ Dazzling Gleam
|
| ~ Feint Attack
| ~ Dazzling Gleam
| ~ Charm
|
| ~ Iron Defense
| ~ Psychic
| ~
|
| ~ Dazzling Gleam
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Fire, Poison, Ground, Fighting, Bug
|
| Types: Hyper Potion x2
|
|
|
| Valerie's first two Pokmon have dual-typings, meaning you can take
|
| advantage of their respective second-types: Mawile's weaknesses to
|
| Fire-, Ground-, and Fighting-type moves and Mr. Mime's weaknesses to
|
| Bug- and Dark-type moves. Hence, unless you have a really strong
|
| Poison-type, you should chase after these weaknesses with a passion.
|
| Mawile isn't particularly strong, but Mr. Mime can be an effective wall |
| with Reflect (raises Defense).
|
|
|
| Sylveon, on the other hand, is a whole 'nother ball game. It's a
|
| mono-type, meaning you /must/ use Fire- or Poison-type moves to attack |
| effectively. Furthermore, Sylveon, as an Eeveelution, has very high
|
| base stats, making it difficult to deal with its powerful attacks and to |
| cut through its high defenses. Just be sure to keep hammering away with |

| your strongest moves until Sylveon falls. Items may be needed.


|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

After the battle, Valerie will reward us with the Fairy Badge! Valerie also
gives us TM 99 Dazzling Gleam--a powerful Fairy-type move. After the awkward
conversation, take the green teleportation light ot the main area. Leave the
gym--Trevor and Shauna will meet up with you outside. They're heading to the
Pok Ball Factory to the north! Let's follow them after we heal up...
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3.7
T H E S E V E N T H B A D G E
[vs3058]
O L Y M P I A
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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

O L Y M P I A ' S B A D G E
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`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
P o k B a l l F a c t o r y
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.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 39 | o Chesnaught
Lv 36 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 38 | o Pidgeot
Lv 37 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 39 | o Charizard
Lv 39 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 39 | o Gardevoir
Lv 39 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 39 | o Lucario
Lv 39 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 37 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||||
|
Trainers | Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Grunt |
|
| Reward: 1480P
| Reward: 1440P
| Reward: 1440P
|
|
| o Toxicroak Lv 37 | o Mightyena Lv 36 | o Scraggy
Lv 36 |
|
|
| o Golbat
Lv 36 | o Mightyena Lv 36 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
| Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Admin |TF Celosia & Bryony |
|
| Reward: 1480P
| Reward: 3040P
| (Double Battle) |
|
| o Swalot
Lv 37 | o Scraggy
Lv 37 | Reward: 11480P
|
|
|
| o Houndoom Lv 38 | o Manectric Lv 41 |
|
|
|
| o Liepard
Lv 41 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Quick Ball
x1 | [_] Metal Coat
x1 |
|
| [_] Timer Ball
x1 | [_]
x1 |
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

<vin> I hope you guys don't mind if I take it from here. ;)


Go up the large staircase at the entrance and speak to Trevor and Shauna from
the left side. After that cutscene, walk up the stairs to find two hedge mazes,
on either side. Using a combination of your Dowsing Machine and your prying
eyes, you should be able to find the following items: a Pok Ball, a Burn Heal,
a Hyper Potion, a Max Revive, and a Max Ether. Now that the Team Flare Grunt
guarding the entrance is gone, we can go inside. Once in here, you'll be
confronted by a Team Flare Grunt, but Serena stays and battles her. Nice :).
Now go up the stairs behind the Grunt to battle another Team Flare Grunt. Go
down the stairs and use the Conveyor belt once, so you can battle another Team

Flare Grunt...
<vin> Remember the Power Plant filled with Team Flare Grunts? This place
will be the same, if not worse.
Now, before continuing, follow the path down there next to the conveyor belt
and to the north to find a Quick Ball. Return and now go up the next conveyor
belt. When you get to the northern side of the area, follow the path until you
get to a Team Flare Grunt. Before speaking and battling her, continue on to the
right and then down to find a Metal Coat. Return and speak and battle the Team
Flare Grunt.
Now go north and up the conveyor belt. You'll see an item on the right side as
you go down, so once you get down the conveyor belt, go north to find a Timer
Ball. Now go up the stairs onto the catrail and when you get to a fork, go
north to find a Team Flare Grunt. Now go left and into the room. The person on
the lower right corner heals up your Pokemon. That's nice of her. Now leave and
go all the way south to find the switch that changes the directions of the
conveyor belts.
Now go down the stairs next to the switch and get on the conveyor belt. As you
get down, go up the stairs and go north. Enter the building to the right to
trigger a little scene and a battle with Team Flare Admin. She's really easy
but afterwards, we have a double battle against the 2 scientists, Team Flare
Celosia and Bryony. Another really easy fight... but you get a LOT of money
from 'em :3.
Anyway, the President of the Factory thanks you a gives you either a Master
Ball or a Big Nugget... man, go for the Master Ball, seriously... and you get
both ;). Really nice :). That's it for the Pokeball Factory, so, as you leave,
a little scene with Trevor, Tierno and Shauna triggers. As you exit the
Factory, you'll get a Holo Cast Message.
Anyway, return to Laverre City, heal up in the Pokemon Center, buy anything
you need and leave the city to the right.
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O L Y M P I A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 1 5
B r u n W a y
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.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 39 | o Chesnaught
Lv 40 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 39 | o Pidgeot
Lv 37 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 39 | o Charizard
Lv 39 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 39 | o Gardevoir
Lv 39 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 39 | o Lucario
Lv 39 |
|
| o Tyrantrum
Lv 40 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||
| Field Moves | Cut, Surf
|
|||||
|
Trainers | PKMN Ranger Silas | Hex Maniac Luna
| PKMN Ranger Dean |
|
| Reward: 3120P
| Reward: 1280P
| Reward: 3120P
|
|
| o Quagsire Lv 39 | o Chimeco
Lv 40 | o Watchdog Lv 37 |
|
| o Beatric
Lv 39 |
| o Swoobat
Lv 37 |

|
|
|
| o Seadra
Lv 39 |
|
||||
|
| PKMN Ranger Keith | PKMN Ranger Pedro | Sisters Rune & Rime|
|
| Reward: 3280P
| Reward: 3280P
| (Double Batle)
|
|
| o Gabite
Lv 41 | o Vileplume Lv 41 | Reward: 2560P
|
|
|
|
| o Drifblim Lv 40 |
|
|
|
| o Floette
Lv 40 |
|
||||
|
| Fairy Tale Mahalyn | Hex Maniac Carrie |
|
|
| Reward: 1248P
| Reward: 1216P
|
|
|
| o Dedenne
Lv 37 | o Litwick
Lv 38 |
|
|
| o Aromatisse Lv 39 | o Duosion
Lv 38 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Revive
x1 | [_] Net Ball
x1 |
|
| [_] PP Up
x1 | [_] Dire Hit
x1 |
|
| [_] X Defense
x1 | [_] Antidote
x1 |
|
| [_] Tiny Mushroom
x1 | [_] Pretty Wing
x1 |
||||
|
Berries | [_] Leppa Berry
x1 | [_]
x1 |
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Watchog
| Normal
| ~1%
| 36 |
|
| Mightyena(X)| Dark
| ~12%
| 36 |
|
| Liepard (Y) | Dark
| ~12%
| 36 |
|
| Pawniard
| Dark/Steel
| ~12%
| 36 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~16%
| 34-35 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~24%
| 34-35 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~16%
| 34-35 |
| Morning / Hordes
| Murkrow
| Dark/Flying
| ~6%
| 18 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~1%
| 18 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~12%
| 18 |
| Morning / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Grass
| Watchog
| Normal
| ~1%
| 36 |
|
| Mightyena(X)| Dark
| ~12%
| 36 |
|
| Liepard (Y) | Dark
| ~12%
| 36 |
|
| Pawniard
| Dark/Steel
| ~12%
| 36 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~16%
| 34-35 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~24%
| 34-35 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~16%
| 34-35 |
| Day / Hordes
| Murkrow
| Dark/Flying
| ~6%
| 18 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~1%
| 18 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~12%
| 18 |
| Day / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Grass
| Watchog
| Normal
| ~1%
| 36 |
|
| Mightyena(X)| Dark
| ~12%
| 36 |
|
| Liepard (Y) | Dark
| ~12%
| 36 |

|
| Pawniard
| Dark/Steel
| ~12%
| 36 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~16%
| 34-35 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~24%
| 34-35 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~16%
| 34-35 |
| Night / Hordes
| Murkrow
| Dark/Flying
| ~6%
| 18 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~1%
| 18 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~12%
| 18 |
| Night / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Ok, on to Route 15. Man, this game is getting pretty good and exciting...
<vin> Like the music for this Route? The music in this game far exceeds the
music in other Pokemon games.
From where you start, go south to find Pokemon Ranger Silas... he is hidding
under the leaves. Continue going to the end of the path to find a pile of
leaves. Run on top of it to reveal the Revive item. Return to the main path
and as you go right, run on top on another little pile of leaves to find a Net
Ball.
South of the Ball is Hex Maniac Luna...
<vin> Man, these Hexes give me the creeps >_>.
Go to the right of her, jump down the ledge and grab the Leppa Berry from the
north. Use your Dowsing Machine to find a Antidote just behind the tree. Now go
south down the ledge to battle Pokemon Ranger Dean. Now start going right and
run across the second pile of leaves to find Pokemon Ranger Keith. Go south
across the patch of grass to find Pokemon Ranger Pedro. Under the pile of
leaves on the left of Pedro is a Dire Hit, so make sure to grab it.
Before crossing the bridge, Surf north and check the right side to find a PP
Up. There's a hidden Tiny Mushroom to the left if you use your Dowsing Machine;
it is underneath one of the piles of leaves. Afterwards, return to the main
route and cross the bridge. You'll have to do a double battle, against
Mysterious Sisters Rune & Rime...
<vin> Man that little girl makes even more creepier O_O.
As you cross the bridge to the right, surf down the river to find an alcove
with a hidden Pretty Wing. Go back up and you'll get a Holo Cast Message from
Lysandre. Follow the path until you find Fairy Tale Girl Mahalyn. Northeast
from here is an abandoned building, and Hex Maniac Carrie is waiting for you.
On the top floor, you can find an X Defense using the Dowsing Machine. The
stairs going downwards leads to the Lost Hotel, but we'll come back here later
:). To the right is Dendemille Town, but let's cover another area first, shall
we? :) Go south to find Route 16.
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O L Y M P I A ' S B A D G E
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`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 1 6
M l a n c o l i e P a t h
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.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 39 | o Chesnaught
Lv 41 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 39 | o Pidgeot
Lv 42 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 39 | o Charizard
Lv 42 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 40 | o Gardevoir
Lv 41 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 39 | o Lucario
Lv 40 |
|
| o Tyrantrum
Lv 40 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||
| Field Moves | Cut, Strength, Surf
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Sky Trainer Clara | Roller Skater Jet | Roller Skater Olle |
|
| Reward: 4000P
| Reward: 1248P
| Reward: 1280P
|
|
| o Emolga
Lv 38 | o Delcatty Lv 37 | o Manectric Lv 40 |
|
| o Swellow
Lv 40 | o Swanna
Lv 39 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
| PKMN Ranger Lee
| Hex Maniac Osanna | PKMN Ranger Bjorn |
|
| Reward: 3120P
| Reward: 1280P
| Reward: 3280P
|
|
| o Crawdant Lv 40 | o Pumpkaboo Lv 40 | o Sliggoo
Lv 41 |
|
| o Sandslash Lv 39 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
| Achlys & Eos
| Fairy Tale Alice | Fisherman Seward |
|
| Reward: 2560P
| Reward: 1248P
| Reward: 2240P
|
|
| o Gardevoir Lv 40 | o Klefki
Lv 37 | o Whiscash Lv 40 |
|
| o Alakazam Lv 40 | o Mawile
Lv 39 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
| FIsherman Wade
| Fisherman Finn
|
|
|
| Reward: 2184P
| Reward: 2128P
| Reward:
|
|
| o Poliwhirl Lv 37 | o Basculin Lv 38 | o
Lv 00 |
|
| o Poliwhirl Lv 39 | o Basculin Lv 38 | o
Lv 00 |
|
|
|
| o
Lv 00 |
|
||||
|
| Achlys & Eos
| Fairy Tale Alice |
|
|
| Reward: 2560P
| Reward: 1248P
| Reward:
|
|
| o Gardevoir Lv 40 | o Klefki
Lv 37 | o
Lv 00 |
|
| o Alakazam Lv 40 | o Mawile
Lv 39 | o
Lv 00 |
|
|
|
| o
Lv 00 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Max Revive
x1 | [_] Rare Candy
x1 |
|
| [_] Max Potion
x1 | [_] Dive Ball
x1 |
|
| [_] Fist Plate
x1 | [_] Repel
x1 |
||||
|
Berries | [_] Lum Berry
x1 | [_]
x1 |
||||
|
Key Items | [_] Super Rod
| [_]
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Tall Grass| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~32%
| 34-36 |
|
| Pumpkaboo | Grass/Ghost
| ~60%
| 35-36 |
|
| Phantump
| Grass/Ghost
| ~4%
| 35 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~4%
| 35 |
| Morning / Flowers | Weepinbell | Grass/Poison
| ~24%
| 35-36 |

|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~10%
| 34-36 |
|
| Phantump
| Grass/Ghost
| ~7%
| 35 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~18%
| 34-35 |
|
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~18%
| 35-36 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~8%
| 35 |
| Morning / Hordes
| Murkrow
| Dark/Flying
| ~8%
| 18 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~1%
| 18 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~6%
| 18 |
| Morning / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Grass
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~32%
| 34-36 |
|
| Pumpkaboo | Grass/Ghost
| ~60%
| 35-36 |
|
| Phantump
| Grass/Ghost
| ~4%
| 35 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~4%
| 35 |
| Day / Flowers
| Weepinbell | Grass/Poison
| ~24%
| 35-36 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~10%
| 34-36 |
|
| Phantump
| Grass/Ghost
| ~7%
| 35 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~18%
| 34-35 |
|
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~18%
| 35-36 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~8%
| 35 |
| Day / Hordes
| Murkrow
| Dark/Flying
| ~8%
| 18 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~1%
| 18 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~6%
| 18 |
| Day / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Tall Grass | Pumpkaboo | Grass/Ghost
| ~100%
| 35-36 |
| Night / Flowers
| Weepinbell | Grass/Poison
| ~24%
| 35-36 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~10%
| 34-36 |
|
| Phantump
| Grass/Ghost
| ~7%
| 35 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~18%
| 34-35 |
|
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~18%
| 35-36 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~8%
| 35 |
| Night / Hordes
| Murkrow
| Dark/Flying
| ~8%
| 18 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~1%
| 18 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~6%
| 18 |
| Night / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Ok, this route is directly connected to Route 15, and they look so similar
that its hard to tell the difference. Anyway, use Strength to move the boulder
and battle Sky Trainer Clara. North of her are some ruins. Go on the second
floor and use your Dowsing Machine on the northwestern corner to find a Max
Revive.

On the first floor you can go down into the Lost Hotel too, but we'll leave
that for later ;). Continue south while you stick to the left side. Cross the
tall grass and cut the tree to the north. Go all the way to the northern wall
to find a Rare Candy. Go directly south from here to find Roller Skater Jet and
Roller Skater Olle.
Go west from them and we'll be in an area with leaves all over the floor and
tall grass, which looks somewhat like a maze. Just follow the trail of leaves
until you find Pokemon Ranger Lee, which appears from under the leaves. Keep
following the path to fight Hex Maniac Osanna. When you get to a fork, go right
to find a Lum Berry. Quickly cross the tall grass to the southeast to find a
Max Potion.
Return to the fork and go down, you'll get to a little area with 2 piles of
leaves. The lower left one has Pokemon Ranger Bjorn. Now go north and down the
stairs to the left to fight Mysterious Sisters Achlys & Eos. Continue, move the
boulder and battle Fairy Tale Girl Alice. To the north is a dead end for now,
so go left and enter the Fishing Shack.
Speak to the fishermen in here to get the Super Rod. Nice ^_^. If you go on
the docks, you'll find 3 fishermen for you to battle. Do so and on the northern
side you'll find a Dive Ball. Also, use your Dowsing Machine near Fisherman
Seward to find a hidden Repel! Now return to the entrance of the Shack and go
directly south from it across the flowers. Use strength on the boulder to find
a Fist Plate on top of the stairs.
Now if you go left from the shack, you'll just end back in Lumiose City, so
return and enter Dendemille Town.
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O L Y M P I A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
D e n d e m i l l e T o w n
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.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 39 | o Chesnaught
Lv 42 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 40 | o Pidgeot
Lv 42 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 41 | o Charizard
Lv 43 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 42 | o Gardevoir
Lv 43 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 40 | o Lucario
Lv 42 |
|
| o Tyrantrum
Lv 41 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Nugget
x1 | [_] Big Root
x1 |
|
| [_] Heal Ball
x1 |
|
||||
|
Berries | [_] Sitrus Berry
x1 | [_] Leppa Berry
x1 |
|
|
|
|
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM42 Facade
| [_]
|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

The first thing you'll notice is that it's snowing... man what a change from
the previous Route haha. Anyway, as you step into town, you'll be greeted by
Prof. Sycamore and Dexio, his Aide. You guys talk about the legendary Pokemon.
Soon after, Trevor appears. Anyway, from the entrance, go south to find the
Pokemon Center on the left. The woman outside sells Moomoo Milk for 500P. Use

your Dowsing Machine just outside the Pokmon Center to find a Heal Ball.
Inside the Pokemon Center, speak to the lady on the left to get a Sitrus
Berry. Why thank you very much :). The O-Power man is on the left side, who
teaches you Accuracy Power Lv. 1. Now check the store.
______________________
| Pok MART
|
|
|
| Pokball ------ 200P |
| Great Ball ---- 600P |
| Ultra Ball --- 1200P |
| Potion -------- 300P |
| Super Potion -- 700P |
| Hyper Potion - 1200P |
| Max Potion --- 2500P |
| Full Restore - 3000P |
| Revive ------- 1500P |
| Antidote ------ 100P |
| Paralyze Heal - 200P |
| Awakening ----- 250P |
| Burn Heal ----- 250P |
| Ice Heal ------ 250P |
| Full Heal ----- 600P |
| Escape Rope --- 550P |
| Repel --------- 350P |
| Super Repel --- 500P |
| Max Repel ----- 700P |
|______________________|
Buy whatever you nee and return to the entrance of town. Follow the path to
the right and grab the Big Root from the farm. While down here, use your
Dowsing Machine to locate a Nugget in the field. Now go north from the entrance
and at the fork, keep going north (don't go up the stairs). Enter the last
house (third one you come across) and speak to the little kid to get TM42,
Facade.
Now, show the girl on the right the TM she asks you for to receive a Leppa
Berry...
<vin> Thanks to Phox Rellek for telling me its a random TM she asks for.
That's it for this little town. No Gym, sadly, but now we have to go north to
the Frost Cavern.
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O L Y M P I A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
F r o s t C a v e r n
_______________________________[vs3063]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 42 | o Chesnaught
Lv 42 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 41 | o Pidgeot
Lv 42 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 43 | o Charizard
Lv 43 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 45 | o Gardevoir
Lv 43 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 43 | o Lucario
Lv 42 |

|
| o Tyrantrum
Lv 43 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||
| Field Moves | Surf
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Hiker Ross
| Sky Trainer Era
| Artist Salvador
|
|
| Reward: 2464P
| Reward: 4500P
| Reward: 2464P
|
|
| o Vibrava
Lv 44 | o Cryogonal Lv 45 | o Smeargle Lv 44 |
|
||||
|
| Ace Cordelia
| Ace Trainer Neil | Hiker Delmon
|
|
| Reward: 4300P
| Reward: 4300P
| Reward: 2352P
|
|
| o Doublade Lv 46 | o Raichu
Lv 42 | o Relincath Lv 42 |
|
|
| o Golduck
Lv 42 | o Rhydon
Lv 42 |
|
|
| o Marowak
Lv 43 |
|
|
||||
|
| Eoin & Wolf
| Battle Girl Kinsey | Hiker Alain
|
|
| Reward: 4784P
| Reward: 2112P
| Reward: 2352P
|
|
| o Hariyama Lv 46 | o Sawk
Lv 43 | o Graveler Lv 40 |
|
| o Grumpig
Lv 44 | o Mienshao Lv 44 | o Carbink
Lv 42 |
|
|
|
| o Graveler Lv 41 |
|
||||
|
| Black Belt Alonzo | Black Belt Kenji | Battle Gabrielle |
|
| Reward: 2112P
| Reward: 2208P
| Reward: 2208P
|
|
| o Scrafty
Lv 43 | o Gurdurr
Lv 46 | o Medicham Lv 46 |
|
| o Throh
Lv 44 |
|
|
|
||||
|
| Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Mable |
|
|
| Reward: 1680P
| Reward: 6720P
|
|
|
| o Golbat
Lv 42 | o Houndoom Lv 48 |
|
|
| o Manectric Lv 42 |
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] X Sp. Def.
x1 | [_] Escape Rope
x1 |
|
| [_] Ice Heal
x3 | [_] Max Repel
x1 |
|
| [_] Hyper Potion
x1 | [_] Super Potion
x1 |
|
| [_] Ether
x1 | [_] Abomasite
x1 |
|
| [_] PP Up
x1 | [_]
x1 |
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM79 Frost Breath
| [_]
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Cave
| Bergmite
| Ice
| ~14%
| 39-40 |
|
| Bearctic
| Ice
| ~18%
| 39 |
|
| Jynx
| Ice/Psychic
| ~22%
| 40 |
|
| Piloswine | Ice/Ground
| ~22%
| 38-39 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~14%
| 38 |
| Morning / Horde
| Cuchoo
| Ice
| ~5%
| 20 |
|
| Vanillite | Ice
| ~4%
| 20 |
|
| Smoochum
| Ice/Psychic
| ~1%
| 20 |
| Morning / Shaking | Cryogonal | Ice
| ~100%
| 40 |
| Morning / Surf
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~65%
| 38-39 |
|
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 38 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Cave
| Bergmite
| Ice
| ~14%
| 39-40 |
|
| Bearctic
| Ice
| ~18%
| 39 |
|
| Jynx
| Ice/Psychic
| ~22%
| 40 |
|
| Piloswine | Ice/Ground
| ~22%
| 38-39 |

|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~14%
| 38 |
| Day / Horde
| Cuchoo
| Ice
| ~5%
| 20 |
|
| Vanillite | Ice
| ~4%
| 20 |
|
| Smoochum
| Ice/Psychic
| ~1%
| 20 |
| Day / Shaking
| Cryogonal | Ice
| ~100%
| 40 |
| Day / Surf
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~65%
| 38-39 |
|
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 38 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Cave
| Bergmite
| Ice
| ~14%
| 39-40 |
|
| Bearctic
| Ice
| ~18%
| 39 |
|
| Jynx
| Ice/Psychic
| ~22%
| 40 |
|
| Piloswine | Ice/Ground
| ~22%
| 38-39 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~14%
| 38 |
| Night / Horde
| Cuchoo
| Ice
| ~5%
| 20 |
|
| Vanillite | Ice
| ~4%
| 20 |
|
| Smoochum
| Ice/Psychic
| ~1%
| 20 |
| Night / Shaking
| Cryogonal | Ice
| ~100%
| 40 |
| Night / Surf
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~65%
| 38-39 |
|
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 38 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

From where we start, speak to Hiker Ross and battle him, who is to the left.
Now follow the path to the right, cross the brige and a little scene with a Ace
Trainer and a Mamoswine triggers. Afterwards, go right to fight Sky Trainer
Era. Return to where Trevor is and go left and fight Artist Salvador. Northwest
of Salvador is an X Sp. Def. which you can get using the Dowsing Machine.
Now go all the way north and you'll see the
Before going in, use your Dowsing Machine on
Rope. Once inside, speak and battle with Ace
southwest corner and use the Dowsing machine
from Cordelia and you'll see a new mechanic,

entrance to the cavern itself.


the left side to find an Escape
Trainer Cordelia. Now go to the
to find an Ice Heal. Now go right
you slip on ice...

<vin> Man I've never like this kind of dungeons >:(


When you get to a fork, go right and battle Ace Trainer Neil and go up the
stairs behind him. Up here, go up the icy path, check the right side with the
Dowsing maching to find an Ice Heal, then go down from here, then right, down,
left, up and in this larger area, go left from the inlet on the bottom to
battle Hiker Delmon.
Go north from the Hiker to find another Ice Heal. Return to the Hiker and
behind him go down and then left to clear the area. You'll now be in a fork. Go
up to find Black Belt Alonzo. Return and go left to find Brains & Brawn Eoin &
Wolf. Now go up, left, down, left and down to battle Battle Girl Kinsey. Now go
left and you'll be in another slippery area. Go down on the left of the little
ice spire, walk down and start slipping on the left side, next to the river.
Now go right, down, left, up and right to find a Max Repel.
Now go down the stairs and battle Hiker Alain. The girl in purple heals your
Pokemon up. Thank goodness :). Grab Hyper Potion and go up the stairs next to

the Hiker. Use the Dowsing machine here on the right to find a Super Potion.
Now go up another set of stairs. Up here is a larger icy area. First go right,
up and left to find an Ether. Return to the entrance and go north to battle
Black Belt Kenji.
Go down from the left side to stop on an icycle. Then go right and down to
battle Battle Girl Gabrielle. Go right from here, then down (you'll see a
little path going right as you go down). Now go this right path to find Zinc.
Now go downstairs. Down here... another icy area >_>. Nah, this one is easy...
<vin> After an hour figuring this out haha.
Go to the lower right corner and slide up and left, diagonally... yes you can
:). This nets you TM79, Frost Breath. Return to where you fought Kenji and go
north to find Team Flare. You'll have to battle a Team Flare Grunt. Then speak
to the leader to battle her. She's really easy, only having a Houndoom. Even
though its Lv. 48, you can kill it in 2 hits ;).
Speak to Abomasnow after Team Flare leaves to receive Abomasite...
<vin> I never knew Abomasnow had a Mega Evolution O_O.
If you check right of the crevice on the right, you'll find a PP Up. Nice. Now
return to the Pokemon Center in Dendemille Town, heal up and go right to Route
17.
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O L Y M P I A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 1 7
M a m o s w i n e R o a d
_______________________________[vs3064]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 49 | o Chesnaught
Lv 42 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 49 | o Pidgeot
Lv 42 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 49 | o Charizard
Lv 48 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 51 | o Gardevoir
Lv 45 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 49 | o Lucario
Lv 44 |
|
| o Tyrantrum
Lv 49 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Icicle Plate
x1 | [_] Calcium
x1 |
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Snow Pack | Snover
| Ice/Grass
| ~30%
| 39 |
|
| Sneasel
| Ice/Dark
| ~35%
| 38-40 |
|
| Delibird
| Ice/Flying
| ~35%
| 38-40 |
| Day / Snow Pack
| Snover
| Ice/Grass
| ~30%
| 39 |
|
| Sneasel
| Ice/Dark
| ~35%
| 38-40 |
|
| Delibird
| Ice/Flying
| ~35%
| 38-40 |
| Night / Snow Pack | Snover
| Ice/Grass
| ~30%
| 39 |
|
| Sneasel
| Ice/Dark
| ~35%
| 38-40 |
|
| Delibird
| Ice/Flying
| ~35%
| 38-40 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

As you enter the Route, speak to the Ace Trainer and he'll tell you a small

story about Mamoswine. Time to ride it :). Go into the snow and go right.
You'll see some big boulders to the right. Smash them and unmount your
Mamoswine. Go north into the crack and get to the end of it to find an Icicle
Plate. Return to your Mamoswine and proceed. You'll see some more boulders to
the south, so break them and follow the path to find a Calcium.
Return and keep following the path. When you end the Mamoswine ride, you
receie a Holo Cast Message from Serena. Yaaay, another battle >_>. Go north to
find a Rare Candy. Now simply go right to enter Anistar City.
<SL> Can it stop snowing already?
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O L Y M P I A ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
A n i s t a r C i t y
_______________________________[vs3065]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 49 | o Chesnaught
Lv 42 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 50 | o Pidgeot
Lv 42 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 50 | o Charizard
Lv 48 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 52 | o Gardevoir
Lv 45 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 50 | o Lucario
Lv 44 |
|
| o Tyrantrum
Lv 50 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||||
|
Trainers | Psychic Paschal
| Psychic Harry
| Psychic Arthur
|
|
| Reward: 2576P
| Reward: 2576P
| Reward: 2576P
|
|
| o Exeggutor Lv 46 | o Medicham Lv 46 | o Reuniclus Lv 46 |
|||||
|
| Hex Maniac Melanie | Hex Maniac Arachna |
|
|
| Reward: 1472P
| Reward: 1472P
|
|
|
| o Gardevoir Lv 46 | o Jynx
Lv 46 |
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Repeat Ball
x10 | [_]
x1 |
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM35 Flamethrower
| [_] TM10 Hidden Power
|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

Ok, time for the 7th badge. Are you guys ready? Prof. Sycamore's Aide speaks
to us as we walk in. She gives you some Repeat Balls. Cool. Enter the Pokemon
Center when you get to it, heal up and speat to the Hex Maniac on the right to
get TM35, Flamethrower. Aparently she gives you a different TM depending on the
day. Let's make a list of the week. Help us filling it up :).
o
o
o
o
o
o
o

Sunday : Substitute
Monday :
Tuesday :
Wednesday:
Thursday :
Friday :
Saturday :

Awesome ^_^. There's also an O-Power guy on the left,


who teaches you Exp. Point Power Lv.1. Also, the stores are selling the same
items, and the second store sells some of the most powerful TMs.
______________________
_______________________

| Pok MART
|
|
|
| Pokball ------ 200P |
| Great Ball ---- 600P |
| Ultra Ball --- 1200P |
| Potion -------- 300P |
| Super Potion -- 700P |
| Hyper Potion - 1200P |
| Max Potion --- 2500P |
| Full Restore - 3000P |
| Revive ------- 1500P |
| Antidote ------ 100P |
| Paralyze Heal - 200P |
| Awakening ----- 250P |
| Burn Heal ----- 250P |
| Ice Heal ------ 250P |
| Full Heal ----- 600P |
| Escape Rope --- 550P |
| Repel --------- 350P |
| Super Repel --- 500P |
| Max Repel ----- 700P |
|______________________|

| POKE MART
|
|
|
| Blizzard ----- 70000P |
| Thunder ------ 70000P |
| Fire Blast --- 70000P |
| Focus Blast -- 70000P |
| Hyper Beam --- 90000P |
|_______________________|

They are a bit expensive, but they are awesome :). The building across the
street to the right is the clothing store. Buy whatever you want and enter the
house behind it and speak to the suited guy. He tells you about the legendary
Pokemon. Now enter the house to the right of the Dressing Store and speak to
the guy to receive TM10, Hidden Power. Now go to the gym, which is on the
northern side of the city to fight...Serena again >_>.
_______
|
__|.-----.----.-----.-----.---.-.
Pokmon Trainer |__
|| -__| _| -__|
| _ | Reward: 4600P
|_______||_____|__| |_____|__|__|___._|
.~^||`~.
| o Meowstic
Lv 44 | o Absol
Lv 44 | o Starter
Lv 46 |
| Psychic
| Dark
| Depending on starter
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Disarming Voice
| ~ Bite
| ~
|
| ~ Psychic
| ~ Quick Attack
| ~
|
| ~ Light Screen
| ~
| ~
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
| o Jolteon
Lv 44 |
|
|
| Electric
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Quick Attack
|
|
|
| ~
|
|
|
| ~
|
|
|
| ~
|
|
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended types: Ghost, Dark, Bug, Fairy, Ground, Water, Fighting
|
|
|
| Meowstic and Absol are the two universal Pokmon that Serena will have; |
| her starter varies based off of your pick. Regardless, Serena's first
|
| two Pokmon both have major weaknesses that are easily exploited; be
|
| warned, however, that they aren't pushovers. Absol, especially. For the |
| starter, just don't throw out your starter or you'll risk losing due to |
| the double-weakness.
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\


<vin> I think she got pissed cus she lost again haha.
The layout of the gym is amazing, yet rather simple. Just follow the paths and
step on the yellow tiles to get teleported to the next area.
_______ __
__
|
| |.--.--.--------.-----.|__|.---.-.
Gym Leader | - | || | |
| _ || || _ | Reward: 7680P
_____________|_______|__||___ |__|__|__| __||__||___._|_____________
.~^||_____||__||`~.
| o Sigilyph
Lv 44 | o Slowking
Lv 45 | o Meowstic
Lv 48 |
| Psychic/Flying
| Psychic/Water
| Psychic
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Light Screen
| ~ Yawn
| ~ Fake Out
|
| ~ Air Slash
| ~ Psychic
| ~ Psychic
|
| ~ Reflect
| ~ Power Gem
| ~ Calm Mind
|
| ~ Psychic
| ~ Calm Mind
| ~ Shadow Ball
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Dark, Electric, Bug, Ghost, Grassg
|
| Items: Hyper Potion x2
|
|
|
| Ok, Olympia is not that hard. She starts off with Sigilyph, which you |
| can take advantage of its weaknesses to electric and rock. Same goes for |
| Slowking, its weaknesses to electric and grass make it easier to take
|
| care of. Meowstic on the other hand, is a pure Psychic, so use Dark or |
| Ghost on it, but if you don't have, using the skills that the TMs you
|
| can buy in this town and a high level Pokemon can make this an easier
|
| battle.
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

After the battle, you get Psychic Badge and TM04, Calm Mind. As you leave, you
have a little scene with Lysandre. Dang it. Now simply fly back to Lumiose
City.
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

3.8
T H E E I G H T H B A D G E
[vs3066]
W U L F R I C
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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

W U L F R I C ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
L u m i o s e C i t y
_______________________________[vs3067]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 51 | o Chesnaught
Lv 42 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 53 | o Pidgeot
Lv 42 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 53 | o Charizard
Lv 50 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 54 | o Gardevoir
Lv 46 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 53 | o Lucario
Lv 44 |
|
| o Tyrantrum
Lv 53 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||||
|
Trainers | Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Grunt |
|
|
| Reward: 3680P
| Reward: 3580P
|
|

|
| o Scrafty
Lv 46 | o Liepard
Lv 46 |
|
'~.____________|____________________|____________________|__________________,~'

Ok, after getting back to Lumiose City, head to Lysandre's Cafe. In here,
speak to the waiter to battle him... a Grunt. Speak to the other
Waiter/Grunt... I think we now know the password >_>. Now check the shelves
behind the Grunt to open the secret door. Man, these guys are really stupid
>_>.
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W U L F R I C ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
L y s a n d r e L a b s
_______________________________[vs3068]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 51 | o Chesnaught
Lv 42 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 53 | o Pidgeot
Lv 42 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 53 | o Charizard
Lv 50 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 54 | o Gardevoir
Lv 47 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 53 | o Lucario
Lv 44 |
|
| o Tyrantrum
Lv 53 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||||
|
Trainers | Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Aliana | Team Flare Grunt |
|
| Reward: 1840P
| Reward: 6720P
| Reward: 3440P
|
|
| o Swalot
Lv 46 | o Mightyena Lv 46 | o Swalot
Lv 45 |
|
|
| o Druddigon Lv 48 | o Liepard
Lv 43 |
|
||||
|
| Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Grunt |
|
| Reward: 1760P
| Reward: 1760P
| Reward: 1860P
|
|
| o Liepard
Lv 44 | o Houndoom Lv 44 | o Manectric Lv 43 |
|
| o Mightyena Lv 44 | o Toxicroak Lv 45 | o Scrafty
Lv 45 |
|
||||
|
| Team Flare Celosia | Team Flare Bryony | Team Flare Grunt |
|
| Reward: 6720P
| Reward: 6720P
| Reward: 1840P
|
|
| o Manectric Lv 46 | o Liepard
Lv 46 | o Golbat
Lv 46 |
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| o Drapion
Lv 48 | o Bisharp
Lv 48 |
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| Team Flare Grunt | Team Flare Mable | Team Flare Xerosic |
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| Reward: 1760P
| Reward: 6720P
| Reward: 6720P
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| o Toxicroak Lv 44 | o Houndoom Lv 46 | o Crobat
Lv 46 |
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| o Liepard
Lv 45 | o Weavile
Lv 47 | o Malamar
Lv 48 |
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Items | [_] Revive
x6 | [_] Hyper Potion
x1 |
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TMs & HMs | [_] TM12 Taunt
| [_]
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Key Items | [_] Elevator Key
| [_]
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'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

Once inside, walk forward a little bit to trigger a little scene with Lysandre
himself... and a battle.
<SL> Yay, awesome battle music!
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__
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|_.--.--.-----.---.-.-----.--| |.----.-----.
Team Flare |
| | |__ --| _ |
| _ || _| -__| Reward: 9800P

__________|_______|___ |_____|___._|__|__|_____||__| |_____|__________


.~^|_____||`~.
| o Mienfoo
Lv 45 | o Murkrow
Lv 45 | o Gyarados
Lv 49 |
| Fighting
| Dark/Flying
| Water/Flying
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| ~ Acrobatics
| ~ Foul Play
| ~ Aqua Tail
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| ~ Mean Look
| ~ Outrage
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| ~ Feint Attack
| ~
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| ~
| ~
| ~
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|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
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| o Pyroar
Lv 47 |
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| ~ Fire Blast
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| ~ Hyper Voice
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| ~
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|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended types: Psychic, Electric, Fairy, Water, Fighting
|
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|
| Lysandre isn't hard at all. Just like with the previous Gym leaders,
|
| take advantage of the Pokemon's 2 types. Use a single electric pokemon/ |
| moves against Murkrow and Gyarados, while a Psychic against Mienfoo and |
| Water/Fighting against Pyroar. Like I say, not hard at all :).
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

As he leaves, he tells us what we know, we'll fight everyone inside (as per
usual) and get the key for the elevator. Yay :). Return and heal at the Pokemon
Center if needed and from where you were left, notice the blue tiles on the
floor. These you on the direction it shows. Start going left, battle the
Team Flare Grunt and step on the green tile.
Up here, you'll battle Team Flare Aliana. Not hard at all. Picking the orange
tile takes you back to the entrance, so step on the green one to proceed.
Proceed in this next room and battle Team Flare Grunt. Go in the door to find
the "superheros" of the game. They give us some Revives. That's nice of them,
not that I use them much. Return and now follow the tile to the right and
battle another Team Flare Grunt.
Go left into the door. In here, speak to the Team Flare Grunts to receive
TM12, Taunt... ok? lol, anyway, you can use the beds to rest, so do so if
needed. Also grab the Revive. Now go right from the Grunt to find yet another
Team Flare Grunt. Now go right from here to spin around almost the whole room
haha.
Go right once again and battle another Grunt. Now go inside the door to the
north to find both scientist, Celosia and Bryony. Pretty easy. Would have been
better if it was a double battle, but oh well. Leave the room and go down using
the right most tile. Now use the green tile and grab the Hyper Potion. Return
and go down using the right tile and battle another Grunt.
Use the green tile and another Grunt battle. Go right and into the door.
Battle Team Flare Mable in here. Another easy battle. Afterwards, we get the
Elevator Key. Finally. Now return to the entrance and go down the elevator.
Watch the really nice scene (loved the music by the way :) and now it's time to
go to Lysandre's room. Return to the elevator and go down to B3. Follow the
path to trigger a scene and a battle with Team Flare Xerosic.

After the battle, you'll have to pick a button to switch. Pick whichever you
want. Either way the plot continues regardless of which button you press. My
god, that's a pretty nice scene for a Pokemon game :). Now leave the labs
completely and fly over to Geosenge.
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
W U L F R I C ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
G e o s e n g e T o w n
_______________________________[vs3069]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
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| o Greninja
Lv 55 | o Chesnaught
Lv 49 |
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| o Talonflame
Lv 56 | o Pidgeot
Lv 42 |
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| o Gardevoir
Lv 56 | o Charizard
Lv 50 |
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| o Lucario
Lv 58 | o Gardevoir
Lv 48 |
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| o Doublade
Lv 56 | o Lucario
Lv 44 |
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| o Tyrantrum
Lv 56 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
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|
Trainers | Team Flare Grunt |
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| Reward: 500P
|
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| o Manectric Lv 45 |
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| o Golbat
Lv 45 |
|
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| o Scrafty
Lv 05 |
|
|
'~.____________|____________________|____________________|__________________,~'

Oh man, this town is done for. Damn this Team Flare. Anyway, go northwest
(remember the dead end), battle Team Flare Grunt on the way. He has the same
Pokemon as every Grunt. As you proceed, Selena catches up with you, so go on
inside Team Flare's Secret HQ.
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
W U L F R I C ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
T e a m F l a r e S e c r e t H Q
_______________________________[vs3070]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 55 | o Chesnaught
Lv 49 |
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| o Talonflame
Lv 56 | o Pidgeot
Lv 42 |
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| o Gardevoir
Lv 56 | o Charizard
Lv 50 |
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| o Lucario
Lv 58 | o Gardevoir
Lv 48 |
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| o Doublade
Lv 56 | o Lucario
Lv 44 |
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| o Tyrantrum
Lv 56 | o Lapras
Lv 30 |
|||||
|
Trainers | Flare Grunt & Admin| Flare Grunt & Admin| Flare Grunt & Admin|
|
| Reward: 7840P
| Reward: 7840P
| Reward: 7840P
|
|
| o Toxicroak Lv 50 | o Mightyena Lv 50 | o Houndoom Lv 50 |
|
| o Liepard
Lv 48 | o Manectric Lv 50 | o Scrafty
Lv 48 |
|
||||
|
| Team Flare Admin | Team Flare Admin | Team Flare Admin |
|
| Reward: 3840P
| Reward: 4000P
| Reward: 3840P
|
|
| o Liepard
Lv 47 | o Swalot
Lv 50 | o Mightyena Lv 47 |
|
| o Manectric Lv 48 |
| o Houndoom Lv 48 |

|
||||
|
| Team Flare Admin | Flare Grunt & Admin| Flare Grunt & Admin|
|
| Reward: 8000P
| Reward: 7840P
| Reward: 7840P
|
|
| o Golbat
Lv 50 | o Mightyena Lv 50 | o Houndoom Lv 50 |
|
|
| o Manectric Lv 50 | o Scrafty
Lv 48 |
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Field Event
| Xerneas (X) | Fairy
|
N/A
| 50 |
| Field Event
| Yveltal (Y) | Dark/Flying
|
N/A
| 50 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Ok, time to take out Team Flare. Use the panel in front of you to descend.
Follow the path and speak to Lysandre to trigger a battle with him :).
_____
__
|
|_.--.--.-----.---.-.-----.--| |.----.-----.
Team Flare |
| | |__ --| _ |
| _ || _| -__| Reward:10200P
__________|_______|___ |_____|___._|__|__|_____||__| |_____|__________
.~^|_____||`~.
| o Mienshao
Lv 47 | o Honchkrow
Lv 47 | o Gyarados
Lv 51 |
| Fighting
| Dark/Flying
| Water/Flying
|
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| ~ Acrobatics
| ~ Foul Play
| ~ Aqua Tail
|
| ~
| ~ Mean Look
| ~ Outrage
|
| ~
| ~ Feint Attack
| ~
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
||||
| o Pyroar
Lv 49 |
|
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| Fire/Normal
|
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| ~ Fire Blast
|
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| ~ Hyper Voice
|
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| ~
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| ~
|
|
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended types: Psychic, Electric, Fairy, Water, Fighting
|
|
|
| Lysandre isn't hard at all. Just like with the previous Gym leaders,
|
| take advantage of the Pokemon's 2 types. Use a single electric pokemon/ |
| moves against Hunchkror and Gyarados, while a Psychic against Mienshao |
| and Water/Fighting against Pyroar. Like I say, not hard at all :).
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

Watch the scene after the battle and go left into the door. At the end of the
doorway, we'll have a double battle with a Grunt and an Admin. Keep following
the path to get into yet another battle against a Grunt and an Admin. Proceed a
little bit and Shauna will catch up to you.
After the little scene, go forward to trigger another battle against a Grunt
and an Admin. Once you get to the bottom, save your game and go inside the
door. Inside, you'll have to fight 4 Admins. After the fights with all of them,
save your game once again and now we got to battle Xerneas. Its really not that
hard. It's a Fairy-type lv.50, who is only weak against Poison and Steel. I
recommend using moves like Body Slam to deal some damage to it and maybe
paralyze it.
When it has its health in red, paralyze it (if you haven't already) or put it

to sleep and start tossing Pokeballs (of all kinds) until you catch it...
<vin> I only used 1 Ultra Ball. ^_^
But now we gotta fight Lysandre... again >_>.
_____
__
|
|_.--.--.-----.---.-.-----.--| |.----.-----.
Team Flare |
| | |__ --| _ |
| _ || _| -__| Reward:10600P
__________|_______|___ |_____|___._|__|__|_____||__| |_____|__________
.~^|_____||`~.
| o Mienshao
Lv 49 | o Honchkrow
Lv 49 | o Gyarados
Lv 53 |
| Fighting
| Dark/Flying
| Water/Flying
|
|
|
| Mega-> Water/Dark
|
| ~ Acrobatics
| ~ Foul Play
| ~ Aqua Tail
|
| ~ High Jump Kick
| ~ Mean Look
| ~ Outrage
|
| ~
| ~ Feint Attack
| ~
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
||||
| o Pyroar
Lv 51 |
|
|
| Fire/Normal
|
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| ~ Fire Blast
|
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| ~ Hyper Voice
|
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| ~
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| ~
|
|
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended types: Psychic, Electric, Fairy, Water, Fighting
|
|
|
| He's the same as before, only that he now has a Mega Ring. Your Pokemon |
| will all be healed and you start off with Xerneas. Lysandre isn't hard |
| at all. Just like with the previous Gym leaders, take advantage of the |
| Pokemon's 2 types. Use a single electric pokemon/moves against
|
| Hunchkrow and Gyarados, while a Psychic against Mienshao and
|
| Water/Fighting against Pyroar. Like I say, not hard at all :).
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

Watch the nice scenes after the battle and when you regain control, fly over
to Anistar City and go south to the next routh, but you'll get a Holo Clip
before leaving though :).
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
W U L F R I C ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 1 8
V a l l e t r o i t e W a y
& T e r m i n u s C a v e
_______________________________[vs3071]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
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| o Greninja
Lv 56 | o Chesnaught
Lv 52 |
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| o Talonflame
Lv 57 | o Xerneas
Lv 50 |
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| o Gardevoir
Lv 56 | o Charizard
Lv 51 |
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| o Lucario
Lv 60 | o Gardevoir
Lv 49 |
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| o Doublade
Lv 58 | o Lucario
Lv 46 |

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| o Tyrantrum
Lv 58 | o Hawlucha
Lv 21 |
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| Field Moves | Cut, Rock Smash
|
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Trainers | Youngster Jayden | Hiker Orestes
| Battle Girl Justine|
|
| Reward: 1152P
| Reward: 2800P
| Reward: 2496P
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| o Scolipede Lv 48 | o Stunfisk Lv 50 | o Mienshao Lv 52 |
|
| o Pinsir
Lv 48 |
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| Psychic Inver
| Sky Trainer Jeremy | Lass Sara
|
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| Reward: 1152P
| Reward: 2800P
| Reward: 1152P
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| o Heliolisk Lv 55 | o Ninjask
Lv 46 | o Granbull Lv 49 |
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| o
Lv 48 | o Flygon
Lv 50 | o Dedenne
Lv 48 |
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| o
Lv
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Lv
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| Black Belt Yanis | Worker Narek
| Hiker Aaron
|
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| Reward: 2400P
| Reward: 3072P
| Reward: 2800P
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| o Sawk
Lv 48 | o Graveler Lv 46 | o Rhydon
Lv 50 |
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| o Pangoro
Lv 50 | o Graveler Lv 47 |
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| o Golem
Lv 48 |
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| Worker Dimitri
| Battle Girl Andrea | Black Belt Gunnar |
|
| Reward: 3200P
| Reward: 2400P
| Reward: 2400P
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| o Octillery Lv 50 | o Throh
Lv 49 | o Sawk
Lv 50 |
|
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| o Conkeldurr Lv 50 | o Toxicroak Lv 49 |
|
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|
| Black Belt Ricardo | Rangers Fern & Lynn| Battle Girl Hailey |
|
| Reward: 2496P
| Reward: 8160P
| Reward: 2448P
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| o Hariyama Lv 52 | o Nidoqueen Lv 51 | o Medicham Lv 48 |
|
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| o Nidoking Lv 51 | o Hawlucha Lv 51 |
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| Worker Yusif
| Hiker Bergin
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| Reward: 3200P
| Reward: 2800P
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| o Probopass Lv 50 | o Boldore
Lv 48 |
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| o Steelix
Lv 48 |
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Items | [_] Hyper Potion
x1 | [_] Max Ether
x1 |
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x1 | [_] Star Piece
x1 |
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x1 | [_] Dusk Stone
x1 |
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x1 | [_] Iron Plate
x1 |
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x1 | [_] Elixir
x1 |
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| [_] Full Heal
x1 | [_] Escape Rope
x1 |
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x1 | [_] Max Potion
x1 |
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| [_] Normal Gem
x1 |
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Berries | [_] Random Berry
x1 | [_]
x1 |
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TMs & HMs | [_] TM30 Shadow Ball
| [_] TM31 Brick Break
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| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
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| ~10%
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| Rock/Ground
| ~14%
| 45-46 |
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| Steel/Bug
| ~18%
| 44 |
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| Lairon (X) | Steel/Rock
| ~18%
| 45-46 |
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| Pupitar (Y) | Rock/Ground
| ~18%
| 45-46 |
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| Fire
| ~10%
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Graveler
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Sandslash |
Graveler
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Lairon (X) |
Pupitar (Y) |
Durant
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Geodude
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Aron (X)
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Larvitar (Y)|
Durant
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Spinark
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Noibat
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Gurdurr
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Sandslash |
Graveler
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Durant
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Lairon (X) |
Pupitar (Y) |
Torkoal
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Pupitar (Y) |
Durant
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Durant
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Pupitar (Y) |
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Fire
Rock/Ground
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Ground
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Rock/Ground
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Rock/Ground
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Rock/Ground
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Bug/Poison
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Ground
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Rock/Ground
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Fire
Steel/Bug
Fire
Rock/Ground
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Rock/Ground
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Rock/Ground
Steel/Bug
Rock/Ground
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Rock/Ground
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Ground
Rock/Ground
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TBD
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~18%
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| ~16%
| 46 |
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| ~16%
| 46 |
|
| Durant
| Steel/Bug
| ~40%
| 44-45 |
| Night / Cave Horde | Geodude
| Rock/Ground
| ~2%
| 23 |
|
| Aron (X)
| Steel/Rock
| <1%
| 23 |
|
| Larvitar (Y)| Rock/Ground
| <1%
| 23 |
|
| Durant
| Steel/Bug
| ~10%
| 23 |
| Night / Ceiling
| Spinark
| Bug/Poison
| ~50%
| 44 |
|
| Noibat
| Dragon/Flying
| ~50%
| 45 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

<vin> Note that Hawlucha is my HM slave for now, knowing Cut, Rock Smash,
Strength and Fly. Had to take out Pidgeot to put in Xerneas :3.
Whenever you get to a fork, go south and jump down the ledge to find a Hyper
Potion. Go north, battle Youngster Jayden. Now go northeast and cut the tree to
the north (just before the bridge). Up here, you'll get a Wacan Berry and down
the rail is a PP Up. Jump down the ledge and go up the stairs to battle Hiker
Orestes and Battle Girl Justine who's walking around on the bridge.
Inside the house, you'll find a Psychic that can inverse supereffective and
not so effective moves, meaning that water won't be super effective against
water, and the other way around. Its pretty hard, but doable. Outside, go
inside the cave, which is Terminus Cave. In here, just follow the path until
you get to the next floor. When you get to a fork, go right up the ramp, smash
the rock and follow the bridge to find a Star Piece.
Return to the fork and go left. Follow the path until you battle Worker Narek.
From him, go right to battle Hiker Aaron. Go down the ramp when you get to it
and go north to battle Worker Dimitri. Go north to find a smashable rock. Smash
it and examine the floor at the end to find a Moon Stone. Return, go right and
down the stairs.
Battle Battle Girl Andrea to the north and then smash the boulder on the left.
Follow this narrow path, and at the fork, use the Dowsing Machine to find an
Iron on the spire to the left. Now go south at the fork to find a Dusk Stone.
Go north from the previous fork, then right. Battle the Black Belt Gunnar, and
go north to the end to find an X Attack. Return and go right and down when you
can to find Black Belt Ricardo. Go right and up the ramp on the left. Battle
Battle Girl Hailey.
Go down the ramp on the right after Hailey and go north to find an Elixir. Now
follow the path to the right all the way to find a Full Heal. Return and go
down from Ricardo and lefe to find TM30, Shadow Ball. Use your Dowsing Machine
to find a Max Potion immediately to the east. Return and go right to have a
double battle with Rangers Fern & Lynn. Use your Dowsing Machine to find Dire
Hit just behind Fern. At the next fork...
<vin> This cave is rather confusing huh? Haha
... go left to find an Iron Plate. Return and go right and up the stairs. Up
here, go north and battle Worker Yusif. North is a person that won't let you
through unless you're the Champion, so that's a no no. Instead, let's go right
down the first ramp and around the outer ledge of this big rock we're standing
on. As we make our way around, our Dowsing Machine will go off, letting us know
that there's a Max Repel in one of the easternmost rocks. Continuing south, we
should find a Reaper Cloth. Now backtrack two rooms (downstairs then back
upstairs) and go left. At the fork, go left to find an Escape Rope. Now go

right and battle Hiker Bergin. Now go left, jump down the ledges and go south
to find a Heat Rock. Now simply use an Escape Rope.
Now re-enter the cave using the right entrance (head down the train tracks)
and grab TM31 Brick Break in here. Leave and from the entrance, go south and
right when possible. You'll find a Max Ether here. Return to the fork and go
south to trigger a battle against Sky Trainer Jeremy. Now go down the stairs
and stick to the right side. You'll see a path and rocks on the sides. Go down
this path, smash the rock and go around to the north (via underneath the rail
tracks) to find Black Belt Yanis. Grab X Defense from the corner and we find
another entrance to the cave. Go inside and locate the Dragon Scale in the
center of this cave. Use your Dowsing Machine to find a Normal Gem farther
back. Feel free to leave now.
Leave the cavern, return to the main path and go south and go down the patch
of flowers and battle Lass Sara. Go down some more to get to the next town.
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W U L F R I C ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
C o u r i w a y T o w n
_______________________________[vs3072]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 59 | o Chesnaught
Lv 56 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 59 | o Xerneas
Lv 54 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 58 | o Charizard
Lv 56 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 61 | o Gardevoir
Lv 55 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 59 | o Lucario
Lv 57 |
|
| o Tyrantrum
Lv 60 | o Hawlucha
Lv 35 |
|||
| Field Moves | Surf
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Rare Candy
x1 | [_] Max Potion
x1 |
|
| [_] Burn Heal
x1 | [_] Prism Scale
x1 |
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM89 U-turn
| [_] TM55 Scald
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |

| Night / Good Rod


| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

First thing's first, the Pokemon Center. I dunno about you but I'm in
desperate need of it after that cave. Heal up your Pokemon and check out the
store, that has the same as the previous ones.
______________________
| Pok MART
|
|
|
| Pokball ------ 200P |
| Great Ball ---- 600P |
| Ultra Ball --- 1200P |
| Potion -------- 300P |
| Super Potion -- 700P |
| Hyper Potion - 1200P |
| Max Potion --- 2500P |
| Full Restore - 3000P |
| Revive ------- 1500P |
| Antidote ------ 100P |
| Paralyze Heal - 200P |
| Awakening ----- 250P |
| Burn Heal ----- 250P |
| Ice Heal ------ 250P |
| Full Heal ----- 600P |
| Escape Rope --- 550P |
| Repel --------- 350P |
| Super Repel --- 500P |
| Max Repel ----- 700P |
|______________________|
Leave the Pokemon Center and go up the stairs. Speak to the person on top to
get the TM 89 U-turn. Go to the right side to find a Rare Candy. Return down
the stairs and go south. Locate the dock; use your Dowsing Machine to find a
Burn Heal. As you try crossing the bridge, Sycamore stops you and a little
scene triggers, and then a battle.
_______
|
__|.--.--.----.---.-.--------.-----.----.-----.
PKMN Prof. |__
|| | | __| _ |
| _ | _| -__| Reward 7000P
_________|_______||___ |____|___._|__|__|__|_____|__| |_____|_________
.~^|_____||`~.
| o Venusaur
Lv 50 | o Blastoise
Lv 50 | o Charizard
Lv 50 |
| Grass/Poison
| Water
| Fire/Flying
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Synthesis
| ~ Aqua Tail
| ~ Flame Burst
|
| ~ Petal Blizzard
| ~ Water Pulse
| ~ Wing Attack
|
| ~ Petal Dance
| ~ Iron Defense
| ~ Slash
|
| ~
| ~
| ~ Flamethrower
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Flying, Water, Grass, Fire, Bug, Electric, etc.
|
| Items used: Potion x1
|
|
|
| Sycamore's as easy as he was in Lumiose so many hours of gameplay ago. |
| He still has the 3 starters from Kanto, but evolved. They have the same |
| types, except for Charizard who has a Flying type too. Just use Psychic/ |
| Fire on Venusaur, Electric/Grass on Blastoise and Water/Electric on
|
| Charizard.
|

/___________________________________________________________________________\

After the battle, he says he hid something in town for us. Ok? Go down the
bridge and check the right side for some stairs. Go northeast from the stairs
to find a Max Potion. There's also a hidden Prism Scale that you can find via
your Dowsing Machine. Now enter the building near to enter the Hotel. Speak to
the little kid on the right and tell him the correct answer to his question to
earn TM55 Scald. On the second floor is the O-Power man, who gives you Stealth
Power Lv.1.
Leave the hotel, go down the stairs and enter the house to the left. Speak to
the woman in the middle of the room and she'll ask you a quiz about your first
Pokemon. Answer it correclty and she'll give you:
o Miracle Seed (if Chespin was your starter)
o (if Fennekin was your starter)
o Mystic Water (if Froakie was your starter)
Now simply go south into the next route.
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W U L F R I C ' S B A D G E
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`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 1 9
G r a n d e V a l l e W a y
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.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 59 | o Chesnaught
Lv 56 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 59 | o Xerneas
Lv 54 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 58 | o Charizard
Lv 56 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 61 | o Gardevoir
Lv 56 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 59 | o Lucario
Lv 57 |
|
| o Tyrantrum
Lv 60 | o Hawlucha
Lv 35 |
|||
| Field Moves | Strength, Surf
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Sky Trainer Sera | Fairy Tale Lovelyn | Hex Maniac Josette |
|
| Reward: 500P
| Reward: 1568P
| Reward: 1600P
|
|
| o Noctowl
Lv 50 | o Mr. Mime Lv 49 | o Pumpkaboo Lv 50 |
|
| o Aerodactyl Lv 52 | o Azumarill Lv 49 | o Pumpkaboo Lv 00 |
|
|
| o Aromatisse Lv 50 |
|
|
||||
|
| Rangers Ivy & Orrik| Swimmer Coral
| Ranger Clementine |
|
| Reward: 8480P
| Reward: 1568P
| Reward: 4320P
|
|
| o Tauros
Lv 53 | o Stunfisk Lv 52 | o Alomomola Lv 54 |
|
| o Miltank
Lv 53 |
|
|
|
||||
|
| Ranger Ambre
| Ranger Shinobu
|
|
|
| Reward: 4080P
| Reward: 4080P
|
|
|
| o Emolga
Lv 51 | o Zangoose Lv 51 |
|
|
| o Grumpig
Lv 51 | o Beatric
Lv 51 |
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Max Revive
x1 | [_] HP Up
x1 |
|
| [_] Rare Bone
x1 | [_] PP Up
x1 |
|
| [_] Antidote
x1 | [_] Timer Ball
x1 |
||||

|
Berries | [_] Yache Berry
x1 | [_]
x1 |
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] HM05 Waterfall
| [_] TM36 Sludge Bomb
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Flowers | Carnivine | Grass
| ~6%
| 46 |
|
| Weepinbell | Grass/Poison
| ~16%
| 46-47 |
|
| Shelmet
| Bug
| ~6%
| 47 |
|
| Karrablast | Bug
| ~6%
| 47 |
|
| Drapion
| Poison/Dark
| ~28%
| 46-48 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~4%
| 47 |
|
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~10%
| 48 |
|
| Sliggoo
| Dragon
| ~10%
| 48 |
| Morning / Hordes
| Weepinbell | Grass/Poison
| ~10%
| 24 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~1%
| TBD |
|
| Arbok
| Poison
| ~1%
| TBD |
|
| Gligar
| Ground/Flying
| ~2%
| 24 |
| Morning / Swamp
| Carnivine | Grass
| ~4%
| 46 |
|
| Shelmet
| Bug
| ~9%
| 47 |
|
| Karrablast | Bug
| ~9%
| 47 |
|
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~32%
| 46-48 |
|
| Stunfisk
| Ground/Electric | ~24%
| 47-48 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~6%
| 47 |
|
| Sliggoo
| Dragon
| ~16%
| 47-48 |
| Morning / Surf
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~50%
| 46-48 |
|
| Stunfisk
| Ground/Electric | ~30%
| 46-48 |
|
| Sliggoo
| Dragon
| ~20%
| 47 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Poliwag
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 35 |
|
| Barboach
| Water/Ground
| ~80%
| 35 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Poliwhirl | Water
| ~60%
| 45 |
|
| Politoed
| Water
| ~5%
| 45 |
|
| Whicash
| Water/Ground
| ~35%
| 45 |
| Day / Flowers
| Carnivine | Grass
| ~6%
| 46 |
|
| Weepinbell | Grass/Poison
| ~16%
| 46-47 |
|
| Shelmet
| Bug
| ~6%
| 47 |
|
| Karrablast | Bug
| ~6%
| 47 |
|
| Drapion
| Poison/Dark
| ~28%
| 46-48 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~4%
| 47 |
|
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~10%
| 48 |
|
| Sliggoo
| Dragon
| ~10%
| 48 |
| Day / Hordes
| Weepinbell | Grass/Poison
| ~10%
| 24 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~1%
| TBD |
|
| Arbok
| Poison
| ~1%
| TBD |
|
| Gligar
| Ground/Flying
| ~2%
| 24 |
| Day / Swamp
| Carnivine | Grass
| ~4%
| 46 |
|
| Shelmet
| Bug
| ~9%
| 47 |
|
| Karrablast | Bug
| ~9%
| 47 |
|
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~32%
| 46-48 |
|
| Stunfisk
| Ground/Electric | ~24%
| 47-48 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~6%
| 47 |
|
| Sliggoo
| Dragon
| ~16%
| 47-48 |
| Day / Surf
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~50%
| 46-48 |
|
| Stunfisk
| Ground/Electric | ~30%
| 46-48 |
|
| Sliggoo
| Dragon
| ~20%
| 47 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 35 |
|
| Barboach
| Water/Ground
| ~80%
| 35 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~60%
| 45 |

|
| Politoed
| Water
| ~5%
| 45 |
|
| Whicash
| Water/Ground
| ~35%
| 45 |
| Night / Flowers
| Carnivine | Grass
| ~6%
| 46 |
|
| Weepinbell | Grass/Poison
| ~16%
| 46-47 |
|
| Shelmet
| Bug
| ~6%
| 47 |
|
| Karrablast | Bug
| ~6%
| 47 |
|
| Drapion
| Poison/Dark
| ~28%
| 46-48 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~4%
| 47 |
|
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~10%
| 48 |
|
| Sliggoo
| Dragon
| ~10%
| 48 |
| Night / Hordes
| Weepinbell | Grass/Poison
| ~10%
| 24 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~1%
| TBD |
|
| Arbok
| Poison
| ~1%
| TBD |
|
| Gligar
| Ground/Flying
| ~2%
| 24 |
| Night / Swamp
| Carnivine | Grass
| ~4%
| 46 |
|
| Shelmet
| Bug
| ~9%
| 47 |
|
| Karrablast | Bug
| ~9%
| 47 |
|
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~32%
| 46-48 |
|
| Stunfisk
| Ground/Electric | ~24%
| 47-48 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~6%
| 47 |
|
| Sliggoo
| Dragon
| ~16%
| 47-48 |
| Night / Surf
| Quagsire
| Water/Ground
| ~50%
| 46-48 |
|
| Stunfisk
| Ground/Electric | ~30%
| 46-48 |
|
| Sliggoo
| Dragon
| ~20%
| 47 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 35 |
|
| Barboach
| Water/Ground
| ~80%
| 35 |
| Night / Super Rod | Poliwhirl | Water
| ~60%
| 45 |
|
| Politoed
| Water
| ~5%
| 45 |
|
| Whicash
| Water/Ground
| ~35%
| 45 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Start by going right across the flowers. You'll find Sky Trainer Sera. Use
your Dowsing Machine in this area to find an Antidote to the southeast. Go
south and down the stairs. Go left and battle Fairy Tale Girl Lovelyn. Now use
the stepping stones to find a Max Revive. Go to the north to battle Hex Maniac
Josette. Return to the other side of the cliff and go south to the patch of
flowers. There's s little path going around to the right to find HP Up.
Return and go left across the bridge to have Shauna catch up with you... just
to battle you.
_______ __
|
__| |--.---.-.--.--.-----.---.-.
PKMN Trainer |__
|
| _ | | |
| _ | Reward: 5100P
________________|_______|__|__|___._|_____|__|__|___._|________________
.~^||`~.
| o Delcatty
Lv 49 | o Goodra
Lv 49 | o Last evolution Lv 51 |
| Normal
| Dragon
| of PKMN weak to the
|
|
|
| one you chose.
|
| ~ Play Rough
| ~ Sludge Wave
| ~
|
| ~ Charm
| ~ Earthquake
| ~
|
| ~ Feint Attack
| ~ Dragon Pulse
| ~
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Fighting, Fairy, Dragon, Fire, Water, Grass
|
|
|
|
Another easy battle. She has some simple Pokemons and her starter is |
| either Delphox (Fire/Psychic), Greninja (Water/Dark) or Chesnaught
|
| (Grass/Fighting). Just use their first weakness to finish this battle
|

| ASAP.
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

And now we gotta fight Tierno.


_______ __
|_
_|__|.-----.----.-----.-----.
PKMN Trainer | | | || -__| _|
| _ | Reward: 5200P
___________________|___|_|__||_____|__| |__|__|_____|__________________
.~^||`~.
| o Talonflame
Lv 48 | o Roserade
Lv 49 | o Crawdant
Lv 52 |
| Flying/Fire
| Grass/Poison
| Water
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Acrobatics
| ~ Petal Dance
| ~ Crabhammer
|
| ~ Swords Dance
| ~
| ~ Swords Dance
|
| ~ Quick Attack
| ~
| ~ Night Slash
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Water, Electric, Rock, Fire, Psychic, Grass
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

And now... it's Trevor. Who's next? Serena?


_______
|_
_|.----.-----.--.--.-----.----.
PKMN Trainer | | | _| -__| | | _ | _| Reward: 5100P
__________________|___| |__| |_____|\___/|_____|__|___________________
.~^||`~.
| o Raichu
Lv 49 | o Florges
Lv 51 | o Aerodactyl
Lv 49 |
| Electric
| Fairy
| Rock/Flying
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Nuzzle
| ~ Petal Dance
| ~ Supersonic
|
| ~ Thunderbolt
| ~ Misty Terrain
| ~ Crunch
|
| ~
| ~ Moonblast
| ~ Sky Drop
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Ground, Steel, Electric, Ice
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

After the fight, we get HM05 Waterfall... finally! Return to where Hex Maniac
Josette is (on the other side of the cliff) and go down the stairs to the left.
Time to start Surfing :). Go south to have a double battle against Rangers Ivy
& Orrick. Pretty easy. Left of them you can find Swimmer Coral...
<vin> Man, seriously who would swim in a place like this??
Go south to find a Rare Bone. Now go north to battle Pokemon Ranger
Clementine. Go north of her to find Pokemon Ranger Ambre. Go north from here to
find a boulder to be pushed. Push it down first, then right, up and finally
right to fit it in the hole. You'll find a Toxic Plate here. Nice :).
Return and go up the stairs. Cross the patch of flower on the left to find a
PP Up. Return and go right across the bridge to find Pokemon Ranger Shinobu. To
the right of him is a Yache Berry. Go up the stairs to find TM36, Sludge Bomb.
Jump down the ledge and return to where you fought your rivals and go left to
find a Timer Ball in the flowers to the north (use the Dowsing Machine). Keep
heading westward to get to the next city :).
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W U L F R I C ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
S n o w b e l l e C i t y
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.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 65 | o Chesnaught
Lv 57 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 64 | o Xerneas
Lv 59 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 64 | o Charizard
Lv 59 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 66 | o Gardevoir
Lv 59 |
|
| o Aegislash
Lv 64 | o Lucario
Lv 60 |
|
| o Tyrantrum
Lv 65 | o Hawlucha
Lv 41 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Full Restore
x1 | [_] Icy Rock
x1 |
|
| [_] Full Heal
x1 |
|
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM08 Bulk Up
| [_]
|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

Go left as you enter and enter the Pokemon Center. Speak to the O-Power man on
the left to get PP Restoring Power Lv.1. The Poke Mart has the same items as
before, but the other store sells a plethora of Poke Balls.
______________________
_______________________
| Pok MART
| | POKE MART
|
|
| |
|
| Pokball ------ 200P | | Heal Ball ------ 300P |
| Great Ball ---- 600P | | Net Ball ------ 1000P |
| Ultra Ball --- 1200P | | Nest Ball ----- 1000P |
| Potion -------- 300P | | Dusk Ball ----- 1000P |
| Super Potion -- 700P | | Quick Ball ---- 1000P |
| Hyper Potion - 1200P | | Timer Ball ---- 1000P |
| Max Potion --- 2500P | | Repeat Ball --- 1000P |
| Full Restore - 3000P | |_______________________|
| Revive ------- 1500P |
| Antidote ------ 100P |
| Paralyze Heal - 200P |
| Awakening ----- 250P |
| Burn Heal ----- 250P |
| Ice Heal ------ 250P |
| Full Heal ----- 600P |
| Escape Rope --- 550P |
| Repel --------- 350P |
| Super Repel --- 500P |
| Max Repel ----- 700P |
|______________________|
Buy whatever you need/want and leave the Pokemon Center. Go north to find an
Abomasnow. Enter the house on the right behind the Pokemon and speak to the
lady on the back. She tells you of a song. Listen to it... a nice Jazzy song
:). Now enter the house on the left. The Ace Trainer tells you he can teach
Keldo and Meloetta a move. The guy on top tells you about Lysandre and the
Battle Girl gives you TM08, Bulk Up.
Go outside and slide down to the left. Go north and speak to the guy here. I
think he's Serena's father O_O. Use your Dowsing Machine to find an Icy Rock
along one of the snow banks to the north. Go left across the bridge and enter
the house. The woman on top wants to trade a Bisharp for a Jigglypuff. Do so if
you want to. Go south across the bridge and enter the house to the right when

you get to it.


The guy in here teaches all the starters the Ultimate Move of their type. It
has 150 Power, which IS powerful, but you can't move on the next turn, which
sucks.
o Frenzy Plant (Grass)
o Blast Burn (Fire)
o Hydro Cannon (Water)
Leave the house and slide down to the left of the house to find a Full
Restore. Go north of the house where the Ultimate Move teacher is and enter the
clothing store (has an Abomasnow outside). Next to the clothing store is the
gym, but Wulfric isnt here yet. Dang it. Lets go get him. Before we do that,
though, let's go north and west around the gym to find a hidden Full Heal. Go
to the southern part of town and enter the Winding Woods.
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
W U L F R I C ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 2 0
W i n d i n g W o o d s
_______________________________[vs3075]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 65 | o Chesnaught
Lv 57 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 65 | o Xerneas
Lv 59 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 64 | o Charizard
Lv 59 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 66 | o Gardevoir
Lv 59 |
|
| o Aegislash
Lv 65 | o Lucario
Lv 60 |
|
| o Tyrantrum
Lv 65 | o Hawlucha
Lv 41 |
|||
| Field Moves | Cut, Strength
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Twins Nana & Nina | Fairy Tale Wynne | Poke Fan Corey
|
|
| Reward: 1696P
| Reward: 1664P
| Reward: 4320P
|
|
| o Aromatisse Lv 53 | o Klefki
Lv 52 | o Dedenne
Lv 54 |
|
| o Slurpuff Lv 53 | o Azumarill Lv 52 |
|
|
||||
|
| Poke Fan Roisin
|Hex Maniac Desdemona|
|
|
| Reward: 4240P
| Reward: 1728P
|
|
|
| o Snubbull Lv 53 | o Trevenant Lv 54 |
|
|
| o Granbull Lv 53 |
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Paralyze Heal
x1 | [_] Protein
x1 |
|
| [_] Repeat Ball
x1 | [_] Antidote
x1 |
|
| [_] Meadow Plate
x1 | [_] Mental Herb
x1 |
|
| [_] Balm Mushroom
x1 | [_] X Accuracy
x1 |
|
| [_] Tiny Mushroom
x1 |
|
||||
|
Berries | [_] Kasib Berry
x1 | [_]
x1 |
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM53 Energy Ball
| [_]
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Jigglypuff | Normal
| ~24%
| 48-49 |

|
| Noctowl
| Normal/Flying
| ~14%
| 48-49 |
|
| Gothorita | Psychic
| ~18%
| 50 |
|
| Zoroark
| Dark
| ~2%
| 48 |
|
| Trevenant | Grass/Ghost
| ~10%
| 50 |
|
| Amoonguss | Grass/Poison
| ~15%
| 48-50 |
| Morning / Hordes
| Trevenant | Grass/Ghost
| ~2%
| 25 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~14%
| 25 |
|
| Sudowoodo | Rock
| ~1%
| 25 |
|
| & Trevenant | Grass/Ghost
|
| 25 |
| Day / Grass
| Jigglypuff | Normal
| ~24%
| 48-49 |
|
| Noctowl
| Normal/Flying
| ~14%
| 48-49 |
|
| Gothorita | Psychic
| ~18%
| 50 |
|
| Zoroark
| Dark
| ~2%
| 48 |
|
| Trevenant | Grass/Ghost
| ~10%
| 50 |
|
| Amoonguss | Grass/Poison
| ~15%
| 48-50 |
| Day / Hordes
| Trevenant | Grass/Ghost
| ~2%
| 25 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~14%
| 25 |
|
| Sudowoodo | Rock
| ~1%
| 25 |
|
| & Trevenant | Grass/Ghost
|
| 25 |
| Night / Grass
| Jigglypuff | Normal
| ~24%
| 48-49 |
|
| Noctowl
| Normal/Flying
| ~14%
| 48-49 |
|
| Gothorita | Psychic
| ~18%
| 50 |
|
| Zoroark
| Dark
| ~2%
| 48 |
|
| Trevenant | Grass/Ghost
| ~10%
| 50 |
|
| Amoonguss | Grass/Poison
| ~15%
| 48-50 |
| Night / Hordes
| Trevenant | Grass/Ghost
| ~2%
| 25 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~14%
| 25 |
|
| Sudowoodo | Rock
| ~1%
| 25 |
|
| & Trevenant | Grass/Ghost
|
| 25 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

In this large area, there are 2 exits. Go left first and grab both the Kasib
Berry and a Paralyze Heal. Return and go south now to find 2 more exits. Go
south first to find a Meadow Plate. Return and go left to find a double battle
against Twins Nana & Nina. Go through the south exit and in this area with a
large tree, battle Poke Fan Roisin. Check the tree to find an Antidote.
Return and now go through the north exit. Battle Fairy Tale Girl Wynne and go
left. Cut the tree and battle Poke Fan Corey.
Grab the Protein from here and check the tree stump on the left to find a
Repeat Ball. Return to the previous area and go south now to the next area.
Theres only a tree here, so go south again to find a larger area. Go right to
find a tree with a hidden Mental Herb. Go left to see that the area changed and
the northern exit is gone. Wat?!
Use your Dowsing Machine in the dirt patch to find a Tiny Mushroom. Now go
south and then up the stairs. Use your Dowsing Machine in the patch of grass to
find a Balm Mushroom and grab an X Accuracy over to the left. Return down the
stairs and cut the tree there at the end of the little path. At the end, youll
find Hex Maniac Desdemona. Grab TM53 Energy Ball from here and return to the
previous area and go south to exit the Woods.
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W U L F R I C ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
P o k m o n V i l l a g e

_______________________________[vs3076]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 64 | o Chesnaught
Lv 58 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 64 | o Xerneas
Lv 61 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 64 | o Charizard
Lv 60 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 66 | o Gardevoir
Lv 60 |
|
| o Aegislash
Lv 65 | o Lucario
Lv 61 |
|
| o Tyrantrum
Lv 65 | o Hawlucha
Lv 43 |
|||
| Field Moves | Surf
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Pretty Wing
x2 | [_] Full Restore
x1 |
||||
|
Berries | [_] Chople Berry
x1 | [_]
x1 |
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Flowers | Jigglypuff | Normal
| ~4%
| 50 |
|
| Ditto
| Normal
| ~22%
| 48-49 |
|
| Noctowl
| Normal/Flying
| ~8%
| 50 |
|
| Gothorita | Psychic
| ~32%
| 48-49 |
|
| Zoroark
| Dark
| ~4%
| 48-49 |
|
| Amoonguss | Grass/Poison
| ~18%
| 49-50 |
| Morning / Hordes
| Noctowl
| Normal/Flying
| ~1%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~4%
| 25 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~1%
| 25 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~8%
| 25 |
| Morning / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Flowers
| Jigglypuff | Normal
| ~4%
| 50 |
|
| Ditto
| Normal
| ~22%
| 48-49 |
|
| Noctowl
| Normal/Flying
| ~8%
| 50 |
|
| Gothorita | Psychic
| ~32%
| 48-49 |
|
| Zoroark
| Dark
| ~4%
| 48-49 |
|
| Amoonguss | Grass/Poison
| ~18%
| 49-50 |
| Day / Hordes
| Noctowl
| Normal/Flying
| ~1%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~4%
| 25 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~1%
| 25 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~8%
| 25 |
| Day / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Flowers
| Jigglypuff | Normal
| ~4%
| 50 |
|
| Ditto
| Normal
| ~22%
| 48-49 |
|
| Noctowl
| Normal/Flying
| ~8%
| 50 |
|
| Gothorita | Psychic
| ~32%
| 48-49 |
|
| Zoroark
| Dark
| ~4%
| 48-49 |
|
| Amoonguss | Grass/Poison
| ~18%
| 49-50 |
| Night / Hordes
| Noctowl
| Normal/Flying
| ~1%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~4%
| 25 |

|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~1%
| 25 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~8%
| 25 |
| Night / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

After the little introduction of Wulfric, hell head over to the Gym and wait
for us. Nice. Anyway, there are somethings to do here in the Pokemon Village,
so lets get to it. Speak to the Fletchling to get a Pretty Wing. Speak to the
Furfrou as well to get a Chople Berry.
_______________________________________________________________________________
\P O K E M O N A L E R T/
| .---.
|
| \ / D i t t o
|
| U
|
| _
Ditto has to be one of the most useful Pokemons out there. Although |
| (_) he doesnt learn any moves, nor TMs or HMs, his ability to transform |
|
into other Pokemon makes him ideal for the Day Care Center. Thats |
| right, drop off a Ditto and any other Pokemon (except Legendaries) and
|
| youll get an egg for it. Excelent to get all your starters :).
|
/_____________________________________________________________________________\

Go to the lower left side of the area and check under the big tree thing to
find Honey. Go northwest from here to find a trash can and a Full Restore.
Check the center of the area to find a black circle thing. Examine it to get a
Pretty Wing. Go southeast from here and up the ramp to find a Max Ether. Thats
all there is to it for now. When we beat Wulfric, well come back.
So return to Snowbelle City.
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
W U L F R I C ' S B A D G E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
S n o w b e l l e C i t y
_______________________________[vs3077]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 66 | o Chesnaught
Lv 59 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 65 | o Xerneas
Lv 62 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 65 | o Charizard
Lv 61 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 67 | o Gardevoir
Lv 61 |
|
| o Aegislash
Lv 66 | o Lucario
Lv 61 |
|
| o Tyrantrum
Lv 66 | o Hawlucha
Lv 45 |
|||||
|
Trainers | Ace Trainer Imelda | Ace Trainer Viktor | Ace Trainer Shannon|
|
| Reward: 5500P
| Reward: 5500P
| Reward: 5400P
|
|
| o Sneasel
Lv 54 | o Delibird Lv 54 | o Cryogonal Lv 52 |
|
| o Cloyster Lv 55 | o Mamoswine Lv 55 | o Piloswine Lv 53 |
|
|
|
| o Jynx
Lv 54 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||

|
| Ace Trainer Theo |
|
|
|
| Reward: 5500P
|
|
|
|
| o Beartic
Lv 54 |
|
|
|
| o Vanilluxe Lv 55 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 13 Ice Beam
| [_]
|
||||
|
Key Items | [_] Iceberg Badge
| [_]
|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

Now, head to the Pokemon Center, heal up, restock your item supply and head
over to the gym. Start by battling Ace Trainer Imelda. Step on the switch and
now go battle Ace Trainer Viktor. Step on the switch again. Do this over and
over battling all the Trainers until you get to Wulfric.
________
__ ___
__
| | | |.--.--.| |.' _|.----.|__|.----.
Gym Leader | | | || | || || _|| _|| || __| Reward: 9440P
______________|________||_____||__||__| |__| |__||____|______________
.~^||`~.
| o Abomasnow
Lv 56 | o Cryogonal
Lv 55 | o Avalugg
Lv 59 |
| Grass/Ice
| Ice
| Ice
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Ice Beam
| ~ Hail
| ~ Curse
|
| ~
| ~ Confuse Ray
| ~ Avalanche
|
| ~
| ~ Ice Beam
| ~
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Fire, Fighting
|
| Items: Hyper Potion x2
|
|
|
| Wulfric, just like he said, is a total pushover. Having a really
|
| powerful Fire or Fighting type makes this battle cake. If you have a
|
| Charizard or a Blaziken, use their Mega Evoluon to really take care of |
| things here. Or even Mega Lucario works wonders here. If you dont have |
| any of the two types, then go get one since you can find Wulfric very
|
| difficult.
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

After the battle, you get the Iceberg Badge and TM13, Ice Beam. Nice. Now
leave the gym, heal up your Pokemon and go left to Route 21.
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

3.9
P O K E M O N L E A G U E
[vs3078]
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

P O K E M O N L E A G U E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 2 1
D e r n i r e W a y
_______________________________[vs3079]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|

|
| o Greninja
Lv 66 | o Chesnaught
Lv 61 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 65 | o Xerneas
Lv 63 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 65 | o Charizard
Lv 63 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 68 | o Gardevoir
Lv 62 |
|
| o Aegislash
Lv 66 | o Lucario
Lv 62 |
|
| o Tyrantrum
Lv 66 | o Hawlucha
Lv 47 |
|||
| Field Moves | Surf, Strength
|
|||||
|
Trainers |Ace Trainer Mireille|Ace Duo Elina & Sean| Veteran Louis
|
|
| Reward: 5600P
| (Double Battle)
| Reward: 7980P
|
|
| o Sableye
Lv 55 | Reward: 11400P
| o Hippowdown Lv 55 |
|
| o Crustle
Lv 56 | o Wailord
Lv 57 | o Aurorus
Lv 57 |
|
|
| o Vileplume Lv 57 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
| Ace Trainer Evan | Veteran Trisha
| Ace Trainer Robbie |
|
| Reward: 5800P
| Reward: 8260P
| Reward: 5700P
|
|
| o Chandelure Lv 58 | o Tyrantrum Lv 59 | o Carbink
Lv 56 |
|
|
|
| o Kingdra
Lv 57 |
|
|
|
| o Raichu
Lv 56 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Insect Plate
x1 | [_] Guard Spec.
x1 |
|
| [_] Pearl String
x1 | [_] Repeat Ball
x1 |
|
| [_] Elixir
x1 | [_] PP Up
x1 |
||||
|
Berries | [_] Figy Berry
x1 | [_]
x1 |
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Flowers | Ursaring
| Normal
| ~40%
| 50-52 |
|
| Spinda
| Normal
| ~18%
| 52 |
|
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~8%
| 52 |
|
| Scyther
| Bug/Flying
| ~6%
| 50 |
|
| Altaria
| Dragon/Flying
| ~12%
| 50-51 |
| Morning / Hordes
| Spinda
| Normal
| ~10%
| 26 |
|
| Swablu
| Normal/Flying
| ~6%
| 26 |
| Morning / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~30%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~70%
| 34-35 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 30 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~50%
| 40 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~50%
| 40 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~30%
| 50 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~50%
| 50 |
|
| Dragonair | Dragon
| ~20%
| 50 |
| Day / Flowers
| Ursaring
| Normal
| ~40%
| 50-52 |
|
| Spinda
| Normal
| ~18%
| 52 |
|
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~8%
| 52 |
|
| Scyther
| Bug/Flying
| ~6%
| 50 |
|
| Altaria
| Dragon/Flying
| ~12%
| 50-51 |
| Day / Hordes
| Spinda
| Normal
| ~10%
| 26 |
|
| Swablu
| Normal/Flying
| ~6%
| 26 |
| Day / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~30%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~70%
| 34-35 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 30 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~50%
| 40 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~50%
| 40 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~30%
| 50 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~50%
| 50 |
|
| Dragonair | Dragon
| ~20%
| 50 |

| Night / Flowers
| Ursaring
| Normal
| ~40%
| 50-52 |
|
| Spinda
| Normal
| ~18%
| 52 |
|
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~8%
| 52 |
|
| Scyther
| Bug/Flying
| ~6%
| 50 |
|
| Altaria
| Dragon/Flying
| ~12%
| 50-51 |
| Night / Hordes
| Spinda
| Normal
| ~10%
| 26 |
|
| Swablu
| Normal/Flying
| ~6%
| 26 |
| Night / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~30%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~70%
| 34-35 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 30 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~50%
| 40 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~50%
| 40 |
| Night / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~30%
| 50 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~50%
| 50 |
|
| Dragonair | Dragon
| ~20%
| 50 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

<SL> We have all of the badges at last! From here until the end of Victory
Road, I'll be your guide... Let's get this done!
Head westward across the bridge; once you can Surf on the water, do so. Head
north along the winding river until you can find an item on the eastern bank:
it's an Insect Plate. Surf on back to the main road now. As you're moving back
and forth from here, you'll probably be challenged by Ace Trainer Mireille.
After we beat her, go up the stairs to the north to fight an Ace Duo! They're
tough!
After that battle, head slightly east with your Dowsing Machine to find a
Guard Spec. Use Strength to push the obviously large boulder farther to the
east. DON'T PUSH IT ALL THE WAY. Leave yourself ONE spot to get behind it from
the other side. You'll want to push the boulder back one and then push it all
the way up to the gaping hole up north. After doing that, continue up north
to battle a Veteran! The house up past the veteran has a black belt that will
teach your Pokmon Draco Meteor. This move is the strongest Dragon-type move,
but it severely weakens the Sp. Attack of the user after use. Head back outside
when you're done here.
Head westward toward the water. Use your Dowsing Machine to find a Pearl
String in the middle of these flowers. Surf on across the water to find a
Repeat Ball and a Figy Berry. Return all the way back to the main road now and
head westward toward the Pokmon League entrance and Victory Road. Before we
continue thataway, head south and ride down the dirt ramp. Once down here,
challenge the Ace Trainer.
Continue westward up the stairs to go up and around this raised plateau. Make
your way to Veteran Trisha. Immediately adjacent to her is an Elixir. Now go
back to the other Ace Trainer. Make your way down and around (past the
boulders) to a hidden PP Up. Now go back up to the main gate for this area and
continue to the league!
Before we can enter, we must battle another Ace Trainer... After you beat him,
continue up to Victory Road!
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
P O K E M O N L E A G U E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^

V i c t o r y R o a d
_______________________________[vs3080]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 67 | o Chesnaught
Lv 61 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 66 | o Xerneas
Lv 63 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 66 | o Charizard
Lv 63 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 68 | o Gardevoir
Lv 62 |
|
| o Aegislash
Lv 66 | o Lucario
Lv 62 |
|
| o Kangaskhan
Lv 20 | o Hawlucha
Lv 47 |
|||
| Field Moves | Rock Smash, Strength, Surf, Waterfall
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Ace Trainer Alanza | Ace Trainer Bence | Black Belt Markus |
|
| Reward: 6000P
| Reward: 5700P
| Reward: 2880P
|
|
| o Weavile
Lv 60 | o Steelix
Lv 56 | o Machamp
Lv 55 |
|
|
| o Kangaskhan Lv 57 |
|
|
|
| o Electrode Lv 56 |
|
|
||||
|
| Battle Girl
| Backpacker Farid | Battle Girl Sigrid |
|
| Veronique
| Reward: 2320P
| Reward: 2880P
|
|
| Reward: 2784P
| o Haxorus
Lv 58 | o Medicham Lv 60 |
|
| o Hawlucha Lv 57 |
|
|
|
| o Mienshao Lv 58 |
|
|
|
||||
|
| Black Belt Ander | Psychic William
| Brains & Brawn
|
|
| Reward: 2784P
| Reward: 3248P
| Arman & Hugo
|
|
| o Pangoro
Lv 57 | o Espeon
Lv 58 | (Double Battle)
|
|
| o Heracross Lv 58 |
| Reward: 6240P
|
|
|
|
| o Medicham Lv 58 |
|
|
|
| o Gallade
Lv 58 |
|
||||
|
| Fairy Tale Girl
| Hex Maniac Raziah |Pokmon Ranger Petra|
|
| Corinne
| Reward: 1856P
| Reward: 4560P
|
|
| Reward: 2880P
| o Gourgeist Lv 58 | o Slowbro
Lv 57 |
|
| o Azumarill Lv 56 |
| o Altaria
Lv 57 |
|
| o Florges
Lv 56 |
|
|
|
||||
|
| Pokmon Ranger Ralf| Veteran Inga
| Veteran Gerard
|
|
| Reward: 4720P
| Reward: 8540P
| Reward: 8260P
|
|
| o Crobat
Lv 59 | o Talonflame Lv 61 | o Banette
Lv 57 |
|
|
|
| o Leafeon
Lv 59 |
|
||||
|
| Artist Vincent
| Ace Trainer Michele| Hiker Corwin
|
|
| Reward: 3248P
| Reward: 5800P
| Reward: 3136P
|
|
| o Smeargle Lv 58 | o Magcargo Lv 57 | o Torkoal
Lv 56 |
|
|
| o Scizor
Lv 58 | o Golem
Lv 56 |
|
||||
|
| Veteran Timeo
| Veteran Catrina
| Veteran Gilles
|
|
| Reward: 8260P
| Reward: 8260P
| Reward: 7980P
|
|
| o Trevenant Lv 57 | o Glaceon
Lv 57 | o Skarmory Lv 55 |
|
| o Gigalith Lv 59 | o Snorlax
Lv 59 | o Alakazam Lv 57 |
|
|
|
| o Umbreon
Lv 55 |
||||
|
Items | [_] X Attack
x1 | [_] Dusk Ball
x1 |
|
| [_] Hyper Potion
x1 | [_] Full Heal
x1 |
|
| [_] Ultra Ball
x1 | [_] Carbos
x1 |
|
| [_] Smooth Stone
x1 | [_] Rare Candy
x1 |
|
| [_] PP Up
x1 | [_] Max Revive
x3 |
|
| [_] Quick Ball
x1 | [_] Zinc
x1 |

|
| [_] Escape Rope
x1 | [_] Full Restore
x1 |
|
| [_] Max Repel
x1 | [_] Dragon Fang
x1 |
|
| [_] X Defense
x1 |
|
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 03 Venoshock
| [_] TM 02 Dragon Claw
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Cave
| Lickitung | Normal
| ~14%
| 58-59 |
|
| Gurdurr
| Fighting
| ~28%
| 57-59 |
|
| Graveler
| Rock/Ground
| ~8%
| 58-59 |
|
| Druddigon | Dragon
| ~8%
| 59 |
|
| Zweilous
| Dragon/Dark
| ~12%
| 59 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~8%
| 58 |
| Morning / Hordes
| Lickitung | Normal
| ~4%
| 30 |
|
| Geodude
| Rock/Ground
| ~8%
| 28 |
| Morning / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 57-58 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~65%
| 57-59 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 35 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~40%
| 45 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~60%
| 45 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~20%
| 55 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~80%
| 55 |
| Day / Cave
| Lickitung | Normal
| ~14%
| 58-59 |
|
| Gurdurr
| Fighting
| ~28%
| 57-59 |
|
| Graveler
| Rock/Ground
| ~8%
| 58-59 |
|
| Druddigon | Dragon
| ~8%
| 59 |
|
| Zweilous
| Dragon/Dark
| ~12%
| 59 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~8%
| 58 |
| Day / Hordes
| Lickitung | Normal
| ~4%
| 30 |
|
| Geodude
| Rock/Ground
| ~8%
| 28 |
| Day / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 57-58 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~65%
| 57-59 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 35 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~40%
| 45 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~60%
| 45 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~20%
| 55 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~80%
| 55 |
| Night / Cave
| Lickitung | Normal
| ~14%
| 58-59 |
|
| Gurdurr
| Fighting
| ~28%
| 57-59 |
|
| Graveler
| Rock/Ground
| ~8%
| 58-59 |
|
| Druddigon | Dragon
| ~8%
| 59 |
|
| Zweilous
| Dragon/Dark
| ~12%
| 59 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~8%
| 58 |
| Night / Hordes
| Lickitung | Normal
| ~4%
| 30 |
|
| Geodude
| Rock/Ground
| ~8%
| 28 |
| Night / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 57-58 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~65%
| 57-59 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 35 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~40%
| 45 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~60%
| 45 |
| Night / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~20%
| 55 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~80%
| 55 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Walk forward to defeat the first Ace Trainer of this cave. There
be plenty more, don't worry. Afterwards, Surf your way on over to
side and investigate the rock just on the other side to find an X
going northward to find another trainer. Keep following this path

are going to
the other
Attack. Keep
around until

you find Black Belt Markus. Go southward some more toward a pool of water. A
Battle Girl is circling this area. There's a Dusk Ball opposite of where we
entered this ring. Afterwards, merge with the main path again and exit this
first cave.
Once outside, we'll find Backpacker Farid running about, ready to challenge
us. As we cross this bridge, equip your Dowsing Machine to find a hidden Hyper
Potion in a rock on the other side. Continue following this path with your
Dowsing Machine and you should find a Full Heal in a bush near the next cave
entrance. Let's go inside!
Once inside, we should find a Battle Girl running about. These pillars are
similar to the ones we saw on Route 8. Make your way across this field to the
northwestern exit. Once over here, loop around and use Rock Smash on the
breakable rock near the stairs. Step down here and find a hidden Ultra Ball in
the rut to the north. Make your way through this rock maze (looping around to
the southwest) so that you can head to the southeast. Keep going east and then
take the southern exit. Take this path all the way down to a hidden cave with
TM 03 Psyshock. Now return back to the other cave.
Return to the main rock pillar maze and hop your way back across to the north.
Once over here, continue north via the central path. Along the way, you'll face
Black Belt Ander. At the top of the stairs, we should find a Carbos in plain
sight and a hidden Smooth Rock along the back wall. Now head back south and go
up the stairs heading eastward. Loop around past the Psychic and around to the
large boulder. Push it into its place. Now you can head up north and make your
way toward the bridge. You'll have to face a duo, though!
Before we cross the bridge, let's head north down a small path leading
outside. There's a Rare Candy out on this ledge. Head back inside and cross the
bridge! Exit this cave.
We're outside once more. Head eastward and push the large boulder to the
south. You should find a Revive in one fo the rocks down here (use the Dowsing
Machine to determine just which one it's in). You can head down this cave and
follow the path to create a shortcut by pushing in the rock at the end. Head
back and heal if necessary. Otherwise, go back to the set of ruins we're in and
keep pressing ahead!
Back out in the sun, let's head north past the Fairy Tale Girl.
<SL> How the hell did she get here?
Head west and find a cracked wall amongst the stone. Use Rock Smash and head
around the tower to find a PP Up. Merge back with the main path and keep going
north to face Hex Maniac Raziah. If you head eastward a bit, the Pokmon
Ranger-looking woman will completely heal your Pokmon--awesome! Save. As you
continue along, Serena will come to challenge you. Oh noes!
_______
|
__|.-----.----.-----.-----.---.-.
Pokmon Trainer |__
|| -__| _| -__|
| _ | Reward: 6100P
|_______||_____|__| |_____|__|__|___._|
.~^||`~.
| o Meowstic
Lv 57 | o Absol
Lv 59 | o Starter
Lv 61 |
| Psychic
| Dark
| Depending on starter
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Disarming Voice
| ~ Bite
| ~
|
| ~ Psychic
| ~ Quick Attack
| ~
|
| ~ Light Screen
| ~ Swords Dance
| ~
|
| ~ Shadow Ball
| ~ Night Slash
| ~
|

|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
| o Eeveelution
Lv 57 | o Altaria
Lv 58 |
|
| Depending on starter
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| ~
| ~
|
|
| ~
| ~
|
|
| ~
| ~
|
|
| ~
| ~
|
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended types: All
|
|
|
| Coming Soon!
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

After the battle, Serena will give you a bunch of Max Revives. You should heal
after that battle. Anyway, next let's go back where the battle took place and
head north up to the item in the back: it's a Quick Ball! From here, head south
and then west to find more ruins. Break the wall to the north and investigate
the item for a Zinc. We can't go farther south yet, so let's go back east and
enter the /next/ cave.
Head all the way east to the Pokmon Ranger. These ledges are like a maze;
you'll want to head down, right, down, down to find an Escape Rope (it's
hidden). Now head eastward and, at the top of the stairs, southward. Challenge
the Pokmon Ranger. Afterwards, pick up the Full Restore in the corner and head
back upwards. Keep going north up and around this path. Use your Dowsing
Machine to find a Max Repel in one of the rocks. Meanwhile. face Veteran Inga
and slide back down to the ledge maze. Grab the item to the south; it's a
Dragon Fang. Go up both flights of stairs to another Veteran.
Instead of heading out the main exit, let's go south and push this big boulder
out of the way. Follow this path allllll the way around. Once outside, push
this next boulder to create an even longer shortcut back to the beginning. Now
return to the veteran and head outside the cave via the other exit.
Outside again! Head south and face the artist.
<SL> I'm starting to wonder just how some of these people got all eight
badges...
If you head a little southwest of the artist, you should find an X Defense in
a rock. Keep on heading around this path, facing the next trainer along the
way. When we reach the water, use Surf and go to the eastern waterfall. Ride
it on up to the top, follow the river upstream, and disembark near the Hiker.
Defeat this trainer and grab TM 02 Dragon Claw. Now go back down the waterfall
and head inside the water cave.
More trainers! Head to the main path up ahead and face some tough trainers up
ahead.
<SL> HIS BODY IS READY!
After you defeat those trainers, you will reach the Pokmon League.
Congratulations! You just beat Victory Road!
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P O K E M O N L E A G U E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
P o k m o n L e a g u e
_______________________________[vs3081]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 68 | o Chesnaught
Lv 72 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 67 | o Xerneas
Lv 65 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 68 | o Charizard
Lv 71 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 70 | o Gardevoir
Lv 73 |
|
| o Aegislash
Lv 68 | o Lucario
Lv 72 |
|
| o Tyrantrum
Lv 66 | o Hawlucha
Lv 55 |
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

As we arrive at the Pokemon League, go to the Pokemon Center. Heal up your


Pokemon, rearrange your Pokemon if needed and buy supplies, cus' we need to
take out all 4 Elite Members and the Champion.
______________________
| Pok MART
|
|
|
| Pokball ------ 200P |
| Great Ball ---- 600P |
| Ultra Ball --- 1200P |
| Potion -------- 300P |
| Super Potion -- 700P |
| Hyper Potion - 1200P |
| Max Potion --- 2500P |
| Full Restore - 3000P |
| Revive ------- 1500P |
| Antidote ------ 100P |
| Paralyze Heal - 200P |
| Awakening ----- 250P |
| Burn Heal ----- 250P |
| Ice Heal ------ 250P |
| Full Heal ----- 600P |
| Escape Rope --- 550P |
| Repel --------- 350P |
| Super Repel --- 500P |
| Max Repel ----- 700P |
|______________________|
Yep. Leave the Pokemon Center and go north into the building. Once inside,
speak to the guys in here. They tell you the Elite 4 use Fire, Water, Steel and
Dragon. I guess we're good to go :). Go north across the halls and you'll
battle Malva, the Fire user. There are 4 doors for you to enter and battle a
member of the Elite 4:
o
o
o
o

Upper
Upper
Lower
Lower

right door: Malva in the Blazing Chamber.


left door: Wikstrom in the Ironworks Chamber.
right door: Siebold in the Flood Chamber.
left door: Drasna in the Dragonmark Chamber.

<SL> THE MUSIC JUST GOT AWESOME, MAN.


_______
__
| | |.---.-.| |.--.--.---.-.
Elite 4 |
|| _ || || | | _ | Reward: 13000P
___________________|__|_|__||___._||__|_\___/|___._|___________________
.~^||`~.
| o Pyroar
Lv 63 | o Torkoal
Lv 63 | o Talonflame
Lv 65 |

| Normal/Fire
| Fire
| Flying/Fire
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Wild Charge
| ~ Stone Edge
| ~ Brave Bird
|
| ~ Noble Roar
| ~ Earthquake
| ~ Flare Blitz
|
| ~ Hyper Voice
| ~ Curse
| ~
|
| ~ Flamethrower
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
||||
| o Chandelure
Lv 63 |
|
|
| Ghost/Fire
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Confuse Ray
|
|
|
| ~ Shadow Ball
|
|
|
| ~ Flamethrower
|
|
|
| ~ Confide
|
|
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Water, Ground, Electric, Dark, Fighting
|
| Items: Full Restore x2
|
|
|
| Malva is the fire-type Elite 4 member; keep in mind that she is not
|
| "lesser" than the other Elite 4 members simply because she tends to be |
| one of the first ones battled. Anyway, Malva's lead has /multiple/
|
| weaknesses, its attack is relatively low, but its defenses are high.
|
| Basically, Pyroar is somewhat of a tank... even with SE moves, you'll
|
| have a tough time dealing much damage. Just try to two shot her with
|
| moves that deal about 1/2 of her total health's worth of damage.
|
|
|
| Torkoal's a joke. Seriously: 4x weakness to Water- and Ground-type
|
| moves should basically spell its doom. Fighting-type moves also work,
|
| but Water- and Ground- are soooooooooooo good. Its high defenses will
|
| probably make you waste two moves on this Pokmon, though.
|
|
|
| Chandelure is slightly more problematic. With its sky-high Special
|
| Attack and decent speed, you /need/ something with resistance to Ghost- |
| and Fire-type moves. Fortunately, though, Chandelure has a ton of
|
| weaknesses (Psychic, Dark, Water, Rock, Ground, etc.) that cutting
|
| through its frail defenses shouldn't be a problem. Just make it past its |
| first attack and you'll be fine!
|
|
|
| And then there's Malva's anchor: Talonflame. Tsk, tsk, Talonflame.
|
| I (SL) have one of these, so I know its weaknesses rather well. You'll |
| want to go for Rock-type moves, obviously. Other moves will have trouble |
| cutting through Talonflame's huuuuuuuge HP stat. Also, this Talonflame |
| spams Brave Bird, so Rock-types are also good in that respect.
|
| Seriously, one Rock-type move and, bam, you're done.
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

Time to proceed to the next battle ;).


________ __ __
__
| | | |__| |--.-----.| |_.----.-----.--------. Reward:
Elite 4 | | | | |
<|__ --|| _| _| _ |
|
13000P
__________|________|__|__|__|_____||____|__|_|_____|__|__|__|__________
.~^||`~.
| o Klefki
Lv 63 | o Probopass
Lv 63 | o Scizor
Lv 63 |
| Steel/Fairy
| Rock/Steel
| Bug/Steel
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Flash Cannon
| ~ Earth Power
| ~ Night Slash
|
| ~ Spikes
| ~ Discharge
| ~ Iron Head
|

| ~ Torment
| ~ Flash Cannon
| ~ Bullet Punch
|
| ~ Dazzling Gleam
| ~
| ~ X-Scissor
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
||||
| o Aegislash
Lv 65 |
|
|
| Ghost/Steel
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ King's Shield
|
|
|
| ~ Sacred Sword
|
|
|
| ~ Shadow Claw
|
|
|
| ~
|
|
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Fire, Fighting, Ground
|
| Items: Full Restore x2
|
|
|
| Wikstrom is serious, man. He's a friggin knight-in-armor. Too bad his |
| team's not as tough as his chainmail.
|
|
|
| Klefki is one of those "tactical" units that we've been talking about |
| at various points throughout this guide. Basically, Klefki's goal is not |
| to beat you; rather, it's to make your life hell for the rest of
|
| Wikstrom's Pokmon. Fortunately, Klefki is ineffective and can be killed |
| quickly. Klefki's multiple weaknesses should make this Pokmon inert.
|
|
|
| Probopass is a whole different story. Probopass' moves give him a whole |
| lot of coverage, and, even when you take advantage of his 4x weakness to |
| Fighting- and Ground-type moves, he'll still stand due to Sturdy. Hence, |
| you really need a tankish Pokmon that can take advantage of the 4x SE. |
| Using any other type is a no-go because of Probopass' sky-high defenses. |
| Fortunately, Probopass' coverage doesn't match his attack stat; you
|
| should be fine.
|
|
|
| Scizor also has a 4x weakness: this time, to Fire-type moves. However, |
| Scizor doesn't get the benefit of having Sturdy to withstand your
|
| probable OHKO. Scizor does have his merits, though... he has scarily|
| physical attack with kickass coverage to boot. If you have to whallop
|
| him without Fire-type moves, you'll be in for a long battle.
|
|
|
| Last is Aegislash. Did you know Aegislash is the most overpowered
|
| Pokmon of this generation? Yeah, doesn't make this battle any easier. |
| Furthermore, while Aegislash remains in his Shield Forme, you won't be |
| able to deal much damage. However, once he goes to Blade Forme, you
|
| should be able to 2HKO him with a Dark- or Fire-type move. Beware:
|
| Aegislash also has a looooooooot of coverage. You need to defeat him
|
| quickly.
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

Now's the turn for the water master.


_______ __
__
__
__
|
__|__|.-----.| |--.-----.| |.--| |
Elite 4 |__
| || -__|| _ | _ || || _ | Reward: 13000P
______________|_______|__||_____||_____|_____||__||_____|______________
.~^||`~.
| o Clawitzer
Lv 63 | o Starmie
Lv 63 | o Gyarados
Lv 63 |
| Water
| Water/Psychic
| Water/Flying
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Dark Pulse
| ~ Psychic
| ~ Earthquake
|
| ~ Dragon Pulse
| ~ Surf
| ~ Waterfall
|

| ~ Aura Sphere
| ~ Light Screen
| ~ Ice Fang
|
| ~ Water Pulse
| ~ Dazzling Gleam
| ~ Dragon Dance
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
||||
| o Barbaracle
Lv 65 |
|
|
| Water/Rock
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Cross Chop
|
|
|
| ~ Razor Shell
|
|
|
| ~ Stone Edge
|
|
|
| ~
|
|
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Electric, Grass, Ghost, Fighting
|
| Items: Full Restore x2
|
|
|
| Clawitzer is a mono-Water-type, meaning a simple Electric- or Grass|
| type move will do it great harm. However, Clawitzer itself is rather
|
| frail, so any move will deal decent amounts of damage. Literally, any
|
| attack. Clawitzer doesn't even have the attack power needed to be of any |
| use to Siebold. This is embarrassing.
|
|
|
| Starmie's Psychic-typing leaves it open to a lot more weaknesses:
|
| weaknesses you can likely exploit! Go for Dark-, Ghost-, or Bug-type
|
| moves here! Oh, and Starmie here is nothing like Misty's Starmie in Red/ |
| Blue; Siebold's is benign.
|
|
|
| Gyarados is a tough cookie. In every game. In all games. Even with
|
| Electric-type moves, you'll have trouble OHKOing this behemoth. Without |
| Electric-type moves, this battle will be long. Use Rock-type moves as
|
| your back-up. Gyarados has all-around decent stats and amazing coverage |
| to boot. If neither of the above options is viable, throw out a Water- |
| type and out muscle Gyarados--it will take a while, nevertheless. Also, |
| beware: Gyarados likes to use Dragon Dance a lot at the beginning,
|
| meaning it can boost its Attack to OHKO-levels. Watch out!
|
|
|
| Gyarados might as well be Siebold's anchor, but that's probably
|
| overdone. Oh well. Barbaracle's 4x weakness to Grass-type moves renders |
| it moot on this team. Hit it with Grass and watch it fall. If you can't |
| use Grass-type moves, go for Ground-, Fighting-, or neutral-typed moves. |
/___________________________________________________________________________\

Last one coming :).


_____
|
\.----.---.-.-----.-----.---.-.
Elite 4 | -- | _| _ |__ --|
| _ | Reward: 13000P
_________________|_____/|__| |___._|_____|__|__|___._|_________________
.~^||`~.
| o Dragalge
Lv 63 | o Altaria
Lv 63 | o Druddigon
Lv 63 |
| Poison/Dragon
| Dragon/Flying
| Dragon
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Dragon Pulse
| ~ Sing
| ~ Revenge
|
| ~ Thunderbolt
| ~ Cotton Guard
| ~ Chip Away
|
| ~ Sludge Bomb
| ~ Dragon Pulse
| ~ Dragon Tail
|
| ~
| ~ Moonblast
| ~ Retaliate
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
||||
| o Noivern
Lv 65 |
|
|
| Dragon/Flying
|
|
|

|
|
|
|
| ~ Super Fang
|
|
|
| ~ Dragon Pulse
|
|
|
| ~ Air Slash
|
|
|
| ~
|
|
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Ground, Dragon, Fairy, Ice
|
| Items: Full Restore x2
|
|
|
| Is she weird or what?
|
|
|
| Dragalge's Poison-typing (in addition to its Dragon-typing) should
|
| prompt you to leave your Fairy-types at home. Rather, go for Ice- or
|
| Ground-types; either of those will be more than enough to put this
|
| wannabe Water-type away. Anyway, tankish Steel-types also have some
|
| merit here, if you have one of those.
|
|
|
| Altaria's the annoyance unit of this team. With tankish properties and |
| otherwise rage-inducing moves (Sing!!!!!!!), you'll want to put away
|
| Altaria quickly with a Fairy-, Ice- (4x!), or Rock-type move.
|
|
|
| In our opinion, Druddigon's the real anchor here. He actually can kinda |
| put up a fight; unfortunately for him, he has no real response to Fairy- |
| types. Any Fairy-type (but Klefki and Mawile) will be able to take care |
| of Druddigon pretty easily. For the record, Ice-types will have trouble |
| countering Druddigon's Fighting-type coverage and Dragon-types will
|
| do that traditional "who's the better dragon" thing. Either works, but |
| beware of Druddigon's responses.
|
|
|
| Noivern--Drasna's anchor--is like every other Dragon/Flying in
|
| existence: 4x weak to Ice-type moves. So, um, use Ice-type moves. If
|
| those aren't available to you, use Rock-type moves. Fortunately, Noivern |
| doesn't even have the traditional power that comes with Dragon/Flyers, |
| so you'll be fine. Yeah, you /will/.
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

We're done with the Elite 4. Finally! Time to go get the Champion. Can you
guess who it is? When you return to the hall, the large door opens. Go through
it to find...
_____ __
__ __
|
\|__|.---.-.-----.| |_| |--.---.-.
Champion | -- | || _ |
|| _|
| _ | Reward: 16320P
|_____/|__||___._|__|__||____|__|__|___._|
.~^||`~.
| o Hawlucha
Lv 64 | o Tyrantrum
Lv 65 | o Aurorus
Lv 65 |
| Flying/Fighting
| Rock/Dragon
| Rock/Ice
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Sword Dance
| ~ Dragon Claw
| ~ Reflect
|
| ~ Flying Press
| ~ Head Smash
| ~ Light Screen
|
| ~ Poison Jab
| ~ Crunch
| ~ Thunder
|
| ~ X-Scissor
| ~ Earthquake
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
||||
| o Gourgeist
Lv 65 | o Goodra
Lv 66 | o Gardevoir
Lv 68 |
| Ghost/Grass
| Dragon
| Psychic/Fairy
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Trick-or-Treat
| ~ Muddy Water
| ~ Moonblast
|
| ~ Phantom Force
| ~ Fire Blast
| ~ Shadow Ball
|
| ~ Seed Bomb
| ~ Focus Blast
| ~ Thunderbolt
|

| ~
| ~ Dragon Pulse
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended Types: Electric, Psychic, Ice, Fighting, Fire, Fairy, Dragon |
| Items: Full Restore x2
|
|
|
| <SL> Really, Diantha? This decision was not a good one, in my
|
|
opinion. She wasn't prominent and she doesn't fit the champion |
|
profile... Ugh
|
| <vin> Ok, my dear Diantha.
|
|
|
|
Diantha's lead is easy to handle. Hawlucha is strong, but it's
|
| manageable if you kill it quickly with a strong Psychic- or Flying|
| type moves. Psychic- and Flying-type Pokmon also have innate
|
| resistances to most of Hawlucha's moves, so that should give you some |
| cover.
|
|
|
|
Tyrantrum--the Rock/Dragon--has quite a bit of coverage, but you
|
| actually should be able to exploit Tyrantrum's 4x Ice-type weakness and |
| its numerous other weaknesses (Fighting, Ground, etc.) easily. And,
|
| Tyrantrum may seem like it can take quite a few punches... well, it
|
| can't. One good SE move will topple this behemoth.
|
|
|
|
Aurorus is more of a joke, if only because of its massive 4x weakness |
| to Fighting-type moves. One Fighting-type move will more than OHKO
|
| Aurorus. Seriously. If you actually have to use other moves, try
|
| Ground-types. They also resist a lot of Aurorus' moves while remaining |
| SE against Aurorus! Aurorus is intendeto be a tank, but it simply
|
| doesn't have the resistances to pull it off.
|
|
|
|
Gourgeist's multiple weaknesses should render it moot to a variety of |
| Pokmon. Fire-types... Dark-types... really, anything. This seems to be |
| Diantha's theme: multiple weaknesses. Luckily for us, we can simply
|
| exploit them with ease!
|
|
|
|
Goodra is a mono-Dragon-type with tankish properties, but it also has |
| decent coverage to boot. Don't underestimate the gooey dragon; it's
|
| got some brawn. Fortunately, Fairy-types exploit Goodra's weaknesses
|
| while remaining neutral against most of Goodra's attacks. Ice- and
|
| Dragon-types do not share this resistance. Flying-types also have a
|
| surprisingly good time against Goodra. Nevertheless, just keep at it! |
|
|
|
Okay, Gardevoir. No biggie, right? Weaknesses to Ghost-, and Poison... |
| well, okay then. Gardevoir mega evolves. Kk. We'll just deal with that. |
|
|
|
USE A MEGA EVO IF YOU HAVE IT. Seriously, this is just like your
|
| battle with the successor. You must, must, must out mega-evo Diantha to |
| win. Fortunately, Mega Gardevoir doesn't have /too/ much extra special |
| attack, making our lives a bit easier. Just exploit its weaknesses to |
| end this battle relatively peacefully.
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

<SL> SYCAMORE'S FIRST NAME IS AUGUSTINE!!!


<vin> He said it at the beginning of the game SL >_> lol.
Your Pokmon will be entered into the Kalos Hall of Fame. Every time you
defeat the Elite 4, this will happen; do it at your leisure!
As the amazing scenes start, you'll soon have to fight AZ.

_______ _______
| _ |__
|
|
|
__|
___________________________|___|___|_______|___________________________
.~^||`~.
| o Torkoal
Lv 60 | o Golurk
Lv 60 | o Sigilyph
Lv 60 |
| Fire
| Ground/Ghost
| Psychic/Flying
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Stone Edge
| ~ Mega Punch
| ~ Cosmic Power
|
| ~
| ~ Phantom Force
| ~ Air Slash
|
| ~
| ~
| ~ Psychic
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
/___________________________________________________________________________\

Watch the amazingly done scenes after the battle (man, this doesn't even feel
like Pokemon)...
<vin> Sniff... go-going to c-cry :'(
<SL> The goosebumps!
Our Pokemon adventure has come to an end, but don't go yet since there's still
so much to do in the Kalos Region. There are Legendaries to catch, a lot of
items to get, new areas that are now open, more Pokemon to meet. Yes, you're
not even remotely done with the game, so stick with us in the next sections to
find out more.
Au revoir...
____________
____________
\ \ / /_______________________________________________________\ \ / /
\ \/ ///\\\ \/ /
\
/// 4.0
[vs4000] \\\
/
/
\\\
Post-Game Walkthrough
|||
|
/ /\ \\\_______________________________________________________|||
|
/ / \ \|
|

_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

4.1
P o s t g a m e : T h e B a s i c s
[vs4001]
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

P O S T G A M E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
V a n i v i l l e T o w n
_______________________________[vs4002]________________________________
.~^||||`~.
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Trade
| Froakie
| Water
|
N/A
| 5 |
| Trade
| Chespin
| Grass
|
N/A
| 5 |
| Trade
| Fennekin
| Fire
|
N/A
| 5 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

As we restart the game, when you go downstairs a little


triggers. When you go outside, Shauna approaches you and
with you. She tells you that her starter had an egg, and
with you. You can give her ANY pokemon you want, even if
Here are its stats:

scene with your mom


wants to trade Pokmon
she wants to trade it
it's the lamest one.

YOU CHOSE...
Chespin
Froakie
_________________
_________________
.~^`~. .~^`~.
| Name: Froakie
| | Name: Fennekin
|
| Nickname: Froabble | | Nickname: Kinniekins |
| Lv: 5
| | Lv: 5
|
| Ability: Torrent
| | Ability: Blaze
|
| Attacks:
| | Attacks:
|
| - Pound
| | - Scratch
|
| - Growl
| | - Tail Whip
|
| - Bubble
| | - Ember
|
'~.___________________,~' '~.___________________,~'

<vin> <SL> Thanks for Andy for Chespin's Nickname

Fennekin
_________________
.~^`~.
| Name: Chespin
|
| Nickname: Chester
|
| Lv: 5
|
| Ability: Overgrow
|
| Attacks:
|
| - Tackle
|
| - Growl
|
| - Vine Whip
|
'~.___________________,~'

:).

P O S T G A M E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
L u m i o s e C i t y
_______________________________[vs4003]________________________________
.~^||`~.
|
Key Items | [_] Pok Radar
| [_] TMV Train Pass
|
|
|
|
|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

Let's fly to Lumiose City and head to Prof. Sycamore's lab! Go up to the
second floor and speak to the aide on the right side of the room to get a
Pok Radar. Now go to the North Boulevard and enter the big brown building in
front of the green Cafe. We get our Pokedex updated for the National Pokedex.
Nice, now we got the super long list of 700+ Pokemons. Speak now to the Prof.
Sycamore. He gives you a pass to Kiloude City. In order to get Kiloude, you'll
want to take the TMV at Lumiose Station. High speed trains ftw!
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
P O S T G A M E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
K i l o u d e C i t y
_______________________________[vs4004]________________________________
.~^|||`~.
|
Trainers | Ace Trainer Anton |
|
|
|
| Reward: 6600P
|
|
|
|
| o Weezing
Lv 66 |
|
|
|
| o Eelektross Lv 66 |
|
|
|
| o Bronzong Lv 65 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Max Revive
x1 | [_] Nugget
x1 |
|
| [_] Absolite
x1 |
|

||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM91 Flash Cannon
| [_] TM58 Sky Drop
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Key Items | [_] Vs. Recorder
|
|
|
|
|
|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

As you get down, speak to the little kid and answer with "Threads" to get a
Max Revive. Now exit the station and a man in suit gives you the Vs. Recorder.
Nice. Follow the stone path all the way to the right and enter the house at the
end. Speak to the guy in white robe and he tells you something about the Pok
Radar :). Also, the kid on the second floor gives you TM91 Flash Cannon.
Go north on the right side to find a Nugget on the right side, up some stairs.
Now go directly left from here and enter the house at the end. Speak to the Ace
Trainer and answer the Questions: Iron Ball, Gravity and Mold Breaker. Then
just battle him. Then exit his house and go south to find the Pokemon Center.
Go north from the Pokemon Center to find 2 houses at the end. Enter the house
on the left and speak to the girl sitting down to get TM58, Sky Drop. Leave the
house and go to the right to find a large ornate building. This is the Building
Maison: challenge any level and defeat a significant number of trainers (more
than eight in a row), and Serena will appear along the northern part of the
town. She will offer to battle you; if you defeat her, she will give you an
Absolite! You can also start the Looker sidequest. See its respective section
for more on Looker's saga! Finally, Professor Sycamore will be waiting for us
in Anistar City; let's head there after exploring the Friend Safari.
_______
|
__|.-----.----.-----.-----.---.-.
Pokmon Trainer |__
|| -__| _| -__|
| _ | Reward: 7000P
|_______||_____|__| |_____|__|__|___._|
.~^||`~.
| o Meowstic
Lv 66 | o Absol
Lv 68 | o Starter
Lv 70 |
| Psychic
| Dark
| Depending on starter
|
|
|
|
|
| ~ Disarming Voice
| ~ Bite
| ~
|
| ~ Psychic
| ~ Quick Attack
| ~
|
| ~ Light Screen
| ~ Swords Dance
| ~
|
| ~ Fake Out
| ~ Night Slash
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
| o Eeveelution
Lv 68 | o Altaria
Lv 68 | o Clefable
Lv 68 |
| Depending on starter
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
| ~
| ~
| ~
|
|_________________________|_________________________|_________________________|
\/
| Recommended types: All
|
|
|
| Coming Soon!
|
/___________________________________________________________________________\

Otherwise, head all the way right (to the northeast) to find the Friend Safari.
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===-----

==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
P O S T G A M E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
F r i e n d S a f a r i
[vs4005]
The Friend Safari is a place in Kiloude City where you can explore the
"Safaris" of friends that you have added to your Nintendo 3DS system.
Basically, each friend that you've registered has their own Safari. Each Safari
has its own "type" (Pokmon type) and three Pokmon specific to that type.
However, the Safaris only start out with two Pokmon; the third is unlocked
once that player completes the game. Hence, Friend Safaris are an excellent way
to work on collecting all 700+ Pokmon with ease.
Furthermore, the Friend Safari has some interesting attributes. If the person
whose Safari you are currently visiting is also online at that time, you will
have the chance to catch his or her Pokmon with their respective Dream World
or "Hidden" Abilities. DW Abilities were introduced last gen to add variance to
a Pokmon's possible abilities--to complicate the competitive battling scene.
Hence, getting Pokmon with these abilities is highly rare and prized,
depending on the Pokmon.
In this Safari, all Pokmon are level 30 regardless of their evolutionary
standing. Also, each Pokmon must be caught through traditional means unlike
previous Safaris where you had a specific Pokmon-catching system. Hence, we
recommend that you simply take a high-leveled Pokmon with a bunch of Quick
Balls to the Safari. Keep battling until you find--and catch--both (or all
three) Pokmon in the Safari.
<SL> You can buy Quick Balls at Lumiose City's Pok Ball Boutique!
Of course, because the Pokmon vary, some are bound to be awesome while others
are bound to be lackluster. Catch at your own discretion!
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
P O S T G A M E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
A n i s t a r C i t y
[vs4006]
Fly to Anistar City. Once you land, head to the sundial and find Professor
Sycamore staring at the large crystal in the background. Talk to him and he
will tell you that new Mega Stones will be cropping up all over Kalos but only
for one hour during the day: from 8pm to 9pm. Hence, we should spend that time
searching for Mega Stones. For more on exactly where each Mega Stone is--and
about Mega Evolution in general--check out its section in Supplementary Info!
--=======------=======----=-=----===-----===-----------====----=-------===----==-------======-------====-=-====---=====---===========----====-=======---=====
P O S T G A M E
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
L u m i o s e C i t y
[vs4007]

Fly to Centrico Plaza in Lumiose City; upon landing, we'll get a Holo Caster
message from a random dude, asking us to meet him at some headquarters near
Rouge Plaza. You can head to the abandoned building to begin the Looker
Sidequest, which is section 4.5.
MORE COMING SOON!
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

4.2
L e g e n d a r y P o k e m o n
[vs4008]
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Although there are significantly fewer legendary Pokmon in the post-game of


X and Y, we still want you to catch them with the greatest of ease! This
section covers each of the three legendaries--Zygarde, Mewtwo, Articuno/Zapdos/
Moltres--that you can catch. Onward!
<vin> The Bird you get to catch varies depending on which starter you chose.
If you picked Chespin you get Articuno, if you pick Froakie you get
Moltres and if you pick Fennekin you get Zapdos.
Zygarde's first!
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L E G E N D A R Y P O K E M O N
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
T e r m i n u s C a v e
_______________________________[vs4009]________________________________
.~^||`~.
| Our Pokmon |
SL
|
vin
|
|
| o Greninja
Lv 36 | o Chesnaught
Lv 74 |
|
| o Talonflame
Lv 36 | o Froakie
Lv 05 |
|
| o Gardevoir
Lv 36 | o Charizard
Lv 73 |
|
| o Lucario
Lv 37 | o Gardevoir
Lv 74 |
|
| o Doublade
Lv 35 | o Lucario
Lv 74 |
|
| o Tyrunt
Lv 36 | o Hawlucha
Lv 59 |
||||
|
Items | [_] Adamant Orb
x1 | [_] Lustrous Orb
x1 |
|
| [_] Griseous Orb
x1 | [_]
x1 |
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Cave
| Sandslash | Ground
| ~16%
| 45-46 |
|
| Graveler
| Rock/Ground
| ~16%
| 44-46 |
|
| Lairon (X) | Steel/Rock
| ~16%
| 46 |
|
| Pupitar (Y) | Rock/Ground
| ~16%
| 46 |
|
| Durant
| Steel/Bug
| ~40%
| 44-45 |
| Morning / Cave Horde| Geodude
| Rock/Ground
| ~2%
| 23 |
|
| Aron (X)
| Steel/Rock
| <1%
| 23 |
|
| Larvitar (Y)| Rock/Ground
| <1%
| 23 |
|
| Durant
| Steel/Bug
| ~10%
| 23 |
| Morning / Ceiling | Spinark
| Bug/Poison
| ~50%
| 44 |
|
| Noibat
| Dragon/Flying
| ~50%
| 45 |
| Morning / Rock Smash| Graveler
| Rock/Ground
| ~95%
| 44-46 |

|
| Shuckle
| Rock/Bug
| ~5%
| 45 |
| Day / Cave
| Sandslash | Ground
| ~16%
| 45-46 |
|
| Graveler
| Rock/Ground
| ~16%
| 44-46 |
|
| Lairon (X) | Steel/Rock
| ~16%
| 46 |
|
| Pupitar (Y) | Rock/Ground
| ~16%
| 46 |
|
| Durant
| Steel/Bug
| ~40%
| 44-45 |
| Day / Cave Horde
| Geodude
| Rock/Ground
| ~2%
| 23 |
|
| Aron (X)
| Steel/Rock
| <1%
| 23 |
|
| Larvitar (Y)| Rock/Ground
| <1%
| 23 |
|
| Durant
| Steel/Bug
| ~10%
| 23 |
| Day / Ceiling
| Spinark
| Bug/Poison
| ~50%
| 44 |
|
| Noibat
| Dragon/Flying
| ~50%
| 45 |
| Day / Rock Smash
| Graveler
| Rock/Ground
| ~95%
| 44-46 |
|
| Shuckle
| Rock/Bug
| ~5%
| 45 |
| Night / Cave
| Sandslash | Ground
| ~16%
| 45-46 |
|
| Graveler
| Rock/Ground
| ~16%
| 44-46 |
|
| Lairon (X) | Steel/Rock
| ~16%
| 46 |
|
| Pupitar (Y) | Rock/Ground
| ~16%
| 46 |
|
| Durant
| Steel/Bug
| ~40%
| 44-45 |
| Night / Cave Horde | Geodude
| Rock/Ground
| ~2%
| 23 |
|
| Aron (X)
| Steel/Rock
| <1%
| 23 |
|
| Larvitar (Y)| Rock/Ground
| <1%
| 23 |
|
| Durant
| Steel/Bug
| ~10%
| 23 |
| Night / Ceiling
| Spinark
| Bug/Poison
| ~50%
| 44 |
|
| Noibat
| Dragon/Flying
| ~50%
| 45 |
| Night / Rock Smash | Graveler
| Rock/Ground
| ~95%
| 44-46 |
|
| Shuckle
| Rock/Bug
| ~5%
| 45 |
| Field Event
| Zygarde
| Dragon/Ground
| N/A
| 70 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

If you've been following the guide, then you already explored the whole cave.
If you haven't jump over to section [vs3071] and explore the cave. Go to the
end of the cave (where an old man was blocking the path) and go further in.
When you get to a large open area, go southwest to find Adamant Orb, southeast
to find Lustrous Orb and northwest to find Griseous Orb.
Now if you go north, you'll be able to catch Zygarde. Save before your battle!
_________________
.~^`~.
| Name: Zygarde
|
| Lv: 70
|
| Type: Dragon/Ground |
| Ability: Aura Break |
| Attacks:
|
| - Dragon Pulse
|
| - Crunch
|
| - Earthquake
|
| - Camouflage
|
'~.___________________,~'

Overall, not that hard to catch. Remember basic catching techniques: lower its
HP and inflict a status like Paralysis. Furthermore, moves like False Swipe are
highly reocmmended to lower its HP. Zygarde doesn't roam, so using your Master
Ball on him is NOT advised. Rather, let's save it for later--or for that Shiny
Graveler with Explosion :P
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L E G E N D A R Y

P O K E M O N

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`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
P o k m o n V i l l a g e
_______________________________[vs4010]________________________________
.~^|`~.
| Field Moves | Surf, Waterfall
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Mewtwonite X / Y
x1 | [_]
x1 |
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Flowers | Jigglypuff | Normal
| ~4%
| 50 |
|
| Ditto
| Normal
| ~22%
| 48-49 |
|
| Noctowl
| Normal/Flying
| ~8%
| 50 |
|
| Gothorita | Psychic
| ~32%
| 48-49 |
|
| Zoroark
| Dark
| ~4%
| 48-49 |
|
| Amoonguss | Grass/Poison
| ~18%
| 49-50 |
| Morning / Hordes
| Noctowl
| Normal/Flying
| ~1%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~4%
| 25 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~1%
| 25 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~8%
| 25 |
| Morning / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Flowers
| Jigglypuff | Normal
| ~4%
| 50 |
|
| Ditto
| Normal
| ~22%
| 48-49 |
|
| Noctowl
| Normal/Flying
| ~8%
| 50 |
|
| Gothorita | Psychic
| ~32%
| 48-49 |
|
| Zoroark
| Dark
| ~4%
| 48-49 |
|
| Amoonguss | Grass/Poison
| ~18%
| 49-50 |
| Day / Hordes
| Noctowl
| Normal/Flying
| ~1%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~4%
| 25 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~1%
| 25 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~8%
| 25 |
| Day / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Flowers
| Jigglypuff | Normal
| ~4%
| 50 |
|
| Ditto
| Normal
| ~22%
| 48-49 |
|
| Noctowl
| Normal/Flying
| ~8%
| 50 |
|
| Gothorita | Psychic
| ~32%
| 48-49 |
|
| Zoroark
| Dark
| ~4%
| 48-49 |
|
| Amoonguss | Grass/Poison
| ~18%
| 49-50 |
| Night / Hordes
| Noctowl
| Normal/Flying
| ~1%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~4%
| 25 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~1%
| 25 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~8%
| 25 |
| Night / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |

| Night / Super Rod | Basculin


| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Field Event
| Mewtwo
| Psychic
| N/A
| 70 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Head on over to the Pokemon Village and go to the river on the left. Swim
upwards and get off on the right of the waterfall. Enter the cave to find
Mewtwo.
_________________
.~^`~.
| Name: Mewtwo
|
| Lv: 70
|
| Type: Psychic
|
| Ability: Pressure
|
| Attacks:
|
| - Aura Sphere
|
| - Recover
|
| - Psychic
|
| - Barrier
|
'~.___________________,~'

Man, the battle song is so amazing. Its a remix of the original Pokmon song.
Lovely. He loves to spam Aura Sphere and when its HP gets too low, uses
Recover. Yeah, this can be an annoying battle, and a rather lengthy one. If you
have a Pokemon strong against its Aura Sphere (like Gardevoir), then by all
means use it. It took me 30 Ultra Balls, but I caught it :).
After the battle, you get Mewtwonite X or Y depending on your version of the
game. This stone allows your Mewtwo to mega evolve!
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L E G E N D A R Y P O K E M O N
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`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o a m i n g
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.~^||||`~.
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Field Event
| Articuno
| Ice/Flying
| N/A
| 70 |
| Field Event
| Moltres
| Fire/Flying
| N/A
| 70 |
| Field Event
| Zapdos
| Electric/Flying | N/A
| 70 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Ok, the most annoying Legendary Pokemon to catch. First of all, remember
Pokemon Gold, Silver and Crystal back in the GameBoy Color era that you had to
chase down the Legendaries Raikou, Entei and Suicune? Well, this here is the
same thing. Once you beat the Elite 4, just run around and play the game until
you see any of the Legendary Birds:
o Articuno (if you picked Chespin as your starter)
o Zapdos (if you picked Fennekin as your starter)
o Moltres (if you picked Froakie as your starter)
Once you see it, it flees. You have to see it from 10 to 11 times...
<vin> Yes I lost track of how many times XD

I recommend going to Santalune City and use the north exit and route 4. Use a
Max Repel (I bought like 70) and put a Pokemon with a level higher than the
ones that appear there and less that 70. Now just run through the flowers, back
to Santalune, then back to Route 4's flowers. Do this for about an hour to see
your bird this many times. Once you've done so, use your Pokedex and you'll see
its location is now at Azure's Bay Sea Spirit's Den.
Once you've seen it this many times, fly over to Coumarine and make your way
to Sea Spirit's Den, to the northwest. Save before going inside.
_________________
_________________
_________________
.~^`~. .~^`~. .~^`~.
| Name: Articuno
| | Name: Moltres
| | Name: Zapdos
|
| Lv: 70
| | Lv: 70
| | Lv: 70
|
| Type: Flying/Ice
| | Type: Flying/Fire
| | Type: Flying/Electric|
| Ability: Pressure
| | Ability: Pressure
| | Ability: Pressure
|
| Attacks:
| | Attacks:
| | Attacks:
|
| - Hail
| | | | - Discharge
|
| - Ice Beam
| | | | - Agility
|
| - Reflect
| | | | - Rain Dance
|
| - Tailwind
| | | | - Light Screen
|
'~.___________________,~' '~.___________________,~' '~.___________________,~'

<vin> Thanks to Joey Lewandowski for Zapdos' info. He also gave us some nice
info. We quote: "I led with Jolteon and got Zapdos down to red. You
can't paralyze him, obviously, but Zapdos also can't hurt guys like
Jolteon with Volt Absorb. It literally just becomes a throw a ball,
rinse and repeat situation until you grab him."
Having a Pokemon strong against Ice is recommended so its attacks deal minimum
damage and gives you more time to catch it.
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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

4.3
W A T E R F A L L - A C C E S S I B L E A R E A S
[vs4012]
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

W A T E R F A L L S
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`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 2 2
D t o u r n e r W a y
_______________________________[vs4013]________________________________
.~^|`~.
| Field Moves | Cut, Strength, Surf, Waterfall
|
|||||
|
Trainers | Ace Trainer Hilde |Ace Trainer Adelbert|
|
|
| Reward: 3000P
| Reward: 3100P
|
|
|
| o Sharpedo Lv 29 | Lucario
Lv 31 |
|
|
| o Gardevoir Lv 30 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Full Restore
x1 | [_] Draco Plate
x1 |
|
| [_] Max Elixir
x1 |
|
||||
|
Berries | [_] Tanga Berry
x1 |
|
||||

|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 26 Earthquake
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Grass
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~4%
| 7 |
|
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 5-6 |
|
| Bidoof
| Normal
| ~14%
| 6 |
|
| Farfetch'd | Normal/Flying
| ~16%
| 7 |
|
| Litleo
| Normal/Fire
| ~16%
| 5-6 |
|
| Azurill
| Normal/Fairy
| ~10%
| 6-7 |
|
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~8%
| 6 |
|
| Riolu
| Fighting
| ~12%
| 6-7 |
| Morning / Flowers | Dunsparce | Normal
| ~2%
| 26 |
|
| Farfetch'd | Normal/Flying
| ~12%
| 26 |
|
| Bibarel
| Normal/Water
| ~30%
| 26-27 |
|
| Diggersby | Normal/Ground
| ~10%
| 27 |
|
| Litleo
| Normal/Fire
| ~6%
| 25-26 |
|
| Riolu
| Fighting
| ~4%
| 25-26 |
|
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~14%
| 25 |
|
| Azumarill | Water/Fairy
| ~22%
| 25-26 |
| Morning / Surf
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~90%
| 25-27 |
|
| Azumarill | Water/Fairy
| ~10%
| 25 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Magikarp
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Goldeen
| Water
| ~55%
| 25 |
|
| Carvanha
| Water/Dark
| ~45%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Seaking
| Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Gyarados
| Water/Flying
| ~60%
| 35 |
|
| Sharpedo
| Water/Dark
| ~5%
| 35 |
| Day / Grass
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~4%
| 7 |
|
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 5-6 |
|
| Bidoof
| Normal
| ~14%
| 6 |
|
| Farfetch'd | Normal/Flying
| ~16%
| 7 |
|
| Litleo
| Normal/Fire
| ~16%
| 5-6 |
|
| Azurill
| Normal/Fairy
| ~10%
| 6-7 |
|
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~8%
| 6 |
|
| Riolu
| Fighting
| ~12%
| 6-7 |
| Day / Flowers
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~2%
| 26 |
|
| Farfetch'd | Normal/Flying
| ~12%
| 26 |
|
| Bibarel
| Normal/Water
| ~30%
| 26-27 |
|
| Diggersby | Normal/Ground
| ~10%
| 27 |
|
| Litleo
| Normal/Fire
| ~6%
| 25-26 |
|
| Riolu
| Fighting
| ~4%
| 25-26 |
|
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~14%
| 25 |
|
| Azumarill | Water/Fairy
| ~22%
| 25-26 |
| Day / Surf
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~90%
| 25-27 |
|
| Azumarill | Water/Fairy
| ~10%
| 25 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Magikarp
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Goldeen
| Water
| ~55%
| 25 |
|
| Carvanha
| Water/Dark
| ~45%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Seaking
| Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Gyarados
| Water/Flying
| ~60%
| 35 |
|
| Sharpedo
| Water/Dark
| ~5%
| 35 |
| Night / Grass
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~4%
| 7 |
|
| Bunnelby
| Normal
| ~20%
| 5-6 |
|
| Bidoof
| Normal
| ~14%
| 6 |
|
| Farfetch'd | Normal/Flying
| ~16%
| 7 |
|
| Litleo
| Normal/Fire
| ~16%
| 5-6 |
|
| Azurill
| Normal/Fairy
| ~10%
| 6-7 |
|
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~8%
| 6 |
|
| Riolu
| Fighting
| ~12%
| 6-7 |

| Night / Flowers
| Dunsparce | Normal
| ~2%
| 26 |
|
| Farfetch'd | Normal/Flying
| ~12%
| 26 |
|
| Bibarel
| Normal/Water
| ~30%
| 26-27 |
|
| Diggersby | Normal/Ground
| ~10%
| 27 |
|
| Litleo
| Normal/Fire
| ~6%
| 25-26 |
|
| Riolu
| Fighting
| ~4%
| 25-26 |
|
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~14%
| 25 |
|
| Azumarill | Water/Fairy
| ~22%
| 25-26 |
| Night / Surf
| Psyduck
| Water
| ~90%
| 25-27 |
|
| Azumarill | Water/Fairy
| ~10%
| 25 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Magikarp
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Goldeen
| Water
| ~55%
| 25 |
|
| Carvanha
| Water/Dark
| ~45%
| 25 |
| Night / Super Rod | Seaking
| Water
| ~35%
| 35 |
|
| Gyarados
| Water/Flying
| ~60%
| 35 |
|
| Sharpedo
| Water/Dark
| ~5%
| 35 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Dtourner Way's waterfall-accessible area is one of the more exciting as it


contains an entire new section of the route with brand new Pokmon to be found
in the flowers. With your Pokmon, head down the route toward the Pokmon
League; just before you head up the stairs to the entrance to Victory Road,
head down and locate the water. Surf your way down the river to the waterfall,
riding downward to this new section. At the foot of the waterfall, hang a right
and check out the nearby flowers.
Make your way through the flowers and ignore the cave with the ace trainer for
now. Head south toward the stepping stones across the river and hop your way
to the other side. Equip your Dowsing Machine to find a Full Restore in one of
the rocks. Farther south, we'll find a trainer! Head around this outer path
(moving counterclockwise) until you find a boulder in the northeastern corner.
Walk behind it and use Strength to push the boulder as far south as possible.
Now walk around the boulder so that you are to the right of it: now push it
toward the hole to the left. Push it as far left as it can go. Make your way
down beneath the boulder and push it up as far up as possible. Now give it a
slight nudge to the left and step onto the now-depressed boulder. Use your
Dowsing Machine to find a Max Elixir.
Grab the Tanga Berry in the southeastern corner. Now make your way back to the
two side-by-side boulders to the northwest. Facing them from the right, push
the bottom one as far left as it can go. Make your way all the way around so
that you are facing it from the south and push it up one square. Go around
again so that you are facing it from the left and push it right until it can
go no farther. Push it up one square: now we have access to the last boulder.
Push this last boulder right toward the last hole. Once you push it as far to
the right as it can go, proceed all the way around and push it up into the last
crevice. Now walk across it to grab TM 26 Earthquake--success!
Return to the flowery area to the north. Surf on the water to the right of the
stepping stones and use Waterfall to reach the upper area. Surf east and north
to find an item: a Draco Plate! Awesome! Return back to the flower area and
enter the cave. (Face the Ace Trainer if you want).
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W A T E R F A L L S
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._

`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
C h a m b e r O f E m p t i n e s s
_______________________________[vs4014]________________________________
.~^||`~.
|
Items | [_] Spooky Plate
x1 |
|
'~.____________|______________________________|_____________________________,~'

<SL> Depressing name...


Walk inside and approach the center of the chamber to find a Spooky Plate.
Score!
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W A T E R F A L L S
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
R o u t e 1 6
M l a n c o l i e P a t h
_______________________________[vs4015]________________________________
.~^|`~.
| Field Moves | Cut, Strength, Surf, Waterfall
|
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 97 Dark Pulse
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Tall Grass| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~32%
| 34-36 |
|
| Pumpkaboo | Grass/Ghost
| ~60%
| 35-36 |
|
| Phantump
| Grass/Ghost
| ~4%
| 35 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~4%
| 35 |
| Morning / Flowers | Weepinbell | Grass/Poison
| ~24%
| 35-36 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~10%
| 34-36 |
|
| Phantump
| Grass/Ghost
| ~7%
| 35 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~18%
| 34-35 |
|
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~18%
| 35-36 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~8%
| 35 |
| Morning / Hordes
| Murkrow
| Dark/Flying
| ~8%
| 18 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~1%
| 18 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~6%
| 18 |
| Morning / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Grass
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~32%
| 34-36 |
|
| Pumpkaboo | Grass/Ghost
| ~60%
| 35-36 |
|
| Phantump
| Grass/Ghost
| ~4%
| 35 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~4%
| 35 |
| Day / Flowers
| Weepinbell | Grass/Poison
| ~24%
| 35-36 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~10%
| 34-36 |
|
| Phantump
| Grass/Ghost
| ~7%
| 35 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~18%
| 34-35 |
|
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~18%
| 35-36 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~8%
| 35 |
| Day / Hordes
| Murkrow
| Dark/Flying
| ~8%
| 18 |

|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~1%
| 18 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~6%
| 18 |
| Day / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Tall Grass | Pumpkaboo | Grass/Ghost
| ~100%
| 35-36 |
| Night / Flowers
| Weepinbell | Grass/Poison
| ~24%
| 35-36 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~10%
| 34-36 |
|
| Phantump
| Grass/Ghost
| ~7%
| 35 |
|
| Skorupi
| Bug/Poison
| ~18%
| 34-35 |
|
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~18%
| 35-36 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~8%
| 35 |
| Night / Hordes
| Murkrow
| Dark/Flying
| ~8%
| 18 |
|
| Klefki
| Steel/Fairy
| ~1%
| 18 |
|
| Foongus
| Grass/Poison
| ~6%
| 18 |
| Night / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Fly to Dendemille Town, exit to Route 15, and head south to Rotue 16. Follow
the path down to the lower level and head north beyond the large boulder along
the cliff. Use Cut to destroy the bushes and Surf on the water. Use Waterfall
to ascend the cascade. Keep following this river until you find another
waterfall; go up this one as well. Find the clearing on the left and grab TM 97
Dark Pulse! (While it is technically in Route 15, we're counting it as Route
16). The other clearing near the first waterfall holds nothing--for now.
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W A T E R F A L L S
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
F r o s t C a v e r n
_______________________________[vs4016]________________________________
.~^|`~.
| Field Moves | Surf, Waterfall
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Heart Scale
x1 |
|
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 71 Stone Edge
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Cave
| Bergmite
| Ice
| ~14%
| 39-40 |
|
| Bearctic
| Ice
| ~18%
| 39 |
|
| Jynx
| Ice/Psychic
| ~22%
| 40 |
|
| Piloswine | Ice/Ground
| ~22%
| 38-39 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~14%
| 38 |
| Morning / Horde
| Cuchoo
| Ice
| ~5%
| 20 |

|
| Vanillite | Ice
| ~4%
| 20 |
|
| Smoochum
| Ice/Psychic
| ~1%
| 20 |
| Morning / Shaking | Cryogonal | Ice
| ~100%
| 40 |
| Morning / Surf
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~65%
| 38-39 |
|
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 38 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Cave
| Bergmite
| Ice
| ~14%
| 39-40 |
|
| Bearctic
| Ice
| ~18%
| 39 |
|
| Jynx
| Ice/Psychic
| ~22%
| 40 |
|
| Piloswine | Ice/Ground
| ~22%
| 38-39 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~14%
| 38 |
| Day / Horde
| Cuchoo
| Ice
| ~5%
| 20 |
|
| Vanillite | Ice
| ~4%
| 20 |
|
| Smoochum
| Ice/Psychic
| ~1%
| 20 |
| Day / Shaking
| Cryogonal | Ice
| ~100%
| 40 |
| Day / Surf
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~65%
| 38-39 |
|
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 38 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Cave
| Bergmite
| Ice
| ~14%
| 39-40 |
|
| Bearctic
| Ice
| ~18%
| 39 |
|
| Jynx
| Ice/Psychic
| ~22%
| 40 |
|
| Piloswine | Ice/Ground
| ~22%
| 38-39 |
|
| Haunter
| Ghost/Poison
| ~14%
| 38 |
| Night / Horde
| Cuchoo
| Ice
| ~5%
| 20 |
|
| Vanillite | Ice
| ~4%
| 20 |
|
| Smoochum
| Ice/Psychic
| ~1%
| 20 |
| Night / Shaking
| Cryogonal | Ice
| ~100%
| 40 |
| Night / Surf
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~65%
| 38-39 |
|
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 38 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Fly to Dendemille Town again and head north to Frost Cavern. Go to the
northwest and Surf on down the Waterfall and to the northeast to find a
secluded Heart Scale. Afterwards, get back on the water and surf all the way
to the east via the canyon-like river. You should be able to find a snowy
clearing along the southern bank. Around here is TM 71 Stone Edge. Sweet!
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W A T E R F A L L S
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
C o u r i w a y T o w n
_______________________________[vs4017]________________________________
.~^|`~.

| Field Moves | Surf, Waterfall


|
||||
|
TMs & HMs | [_] TM 80 Rock Slide
|
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Morning / Good Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Morning / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Day / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Day / Super Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Surf
| Floatzel
| Water
| ~35%
| 34 |
|
| Lombre
| Grass/Water
| ~65%
| 34-35 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Poliwag
| Water
| ~100%
| 15 |
| Night / Good Rod
| Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
| Night / Super Rod | Basculin
| Water
| ~80%
| 25 |
|
| Poliwhirl | Water
| ~20%
| 25 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Fly to Couriway Town and locate the stairs leading up to the waterfall
overlook. Head south and Surf on the small stream flowing through Couriway. Use
Waterfall on the cascade to the east. Once up at the top, grab the item in the
obvious clearing for TM 80 Rock Slide.
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

4.4
N E W F O S S I L S
[vs4018]
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

F O S S I L S
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
G l i t t e r i n g C a v e
_______________________________[vs4019]________________________________
.~^|`~.
| Field Moves | Rock Smash
|
||||
|
Items | [_] Helix Fossil
x1 | [_] Dome Fossil
x1 |
|
| [_] Old Amber
x1 | [_] Root Fossil
x1 |
|
| [_] Claw Fossil
x1 | [_] Shield Fossil
x1 |
|
| [_] Skull Fossil
x1 | [_] Cover Fossil
x1 |
|
| [_] Plume Fossil
x1 |
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Dark Spot | Kangaskhan | Normal
| ~5%
| 17 |

|
| Machop
| Fighting
| ~30%
| 15-16 |
|
| Cubone
| Ground
| ~5%
| 16 |
|
| Onix
| Rock/Ground
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Rhyhorn
| Rock/Ground
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Solrock
| Rock/Psychic
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Lunatone
| Rock/Psychic
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Mawile
| Steel/Fairy
| TBD
| 17? |
| Morning / Ceiling | Woobat
| Psychic/Flying | ~80%
| 15-17 |
|
| Ferroseed | Steel/Grass
| ~20%
| 15-17 |
| Morning / Rock Smash| Dwebble
| Bug/Rock
| ~70%
| 15-17 |
|
| Onix
| Rock/Ground
| ~30%
| 15-16 |
| Day / Dark Spot
| Kangaskhan | Normal
| ~5%
| 17 |
|
| Machop
| Fighting
| ~30%
| 15-16 |
|
| Cubone
| Ground
| ~5%
| 16 |
|
| Onix
| Rock/Ground
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Rhyhorn
| Rock/Ground
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Solrock
| Rock/Psychic
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Mawile
| Steel/Fairy
| TBD
| 17? |
|
| Lunatone
| Rock/Psychic
| ~15%
| 17 |
| Day/ Ceiling
| Woobat
| Psychic/Flying | ~80%
| 15-17 |
|
| Ferroseed | Steel/Grass
| ~20%
| 15-17 |
| Day / Rock Smash
| Dwebble
| Bug/Rock
| ~70%
| 15-17 |
|
| Onix
| Rock/Ground
| ~30%
| 15-16 |
| Night / Dark Spot | Kangaskhan | Normal
| ~5%
| 17 |
|
| Machop
| Fighting
| ~30%
| 15-16 |
|
| Cubone
| Ground
| ~5%
| 16 |
|
| Onix
| Rock/Ground
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Rhyhorn
| Rock/Ground
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Solrock
| Rock/Psychic
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Lunatone
| Rock/Psychic
| ~15%
| 17 |
|
| Mawile
| Steel/Fairy
| TBD
| 17? |
| Night / Ceiling
| Woobat
| Psychic/Flying | ~80%
| 15-17 |
|
| Ferroseed | Steel/Grass
| ~20%
| 15-17 |
| Night / Rock Smash | Dwebble
| Bug/Rock
| ~70%
| 15-17 |
|
| Onix
| Rock/Ground
| ~30%
| 15-16 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

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Entrance
Make your way to the Glittering Cave via Ambrette Town and Route 9 (see the

main Walkthrough for exact navigational advice). Once at Glittering Cave, make
your way to the back portion of the cave. Use the map above if you don't
remember the path from our last visit. Once at the back portion of the cave,
you should search for each of the Rock Smash-able rocks; in the post-game, they
contain fossils! And not just any fossils: the fossils of previous-gens'
fossilized Pokmon. The following are the fossils you can find in Glittering
Cave:
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o

Helix Fossil
Dome Fossil
Old Amber
Root Fossil
Claw Fossil
Armor Fossil
Skull Fossil
Cover Fossil
Plume Fossil

-->
-->
-->
-->
-->
-->
-->
-->
-->

Omanyte (Rock/Water) (Gen I)


Kabuto (Rock/Water) (Gen I)
Aerodactyl (Rock/Flying) (Gen I) *
Lileep (Rock/Grass) (Gen III)
Anorith (Rock/Bug) (Gen III)
Shieldon (Rock/Steel) (Gen IV)
Cranidos (Rock) (Gen IV)
Tirtouga (Rock/Water) (Gen V)
Archen (Rock/Flying) (Gen V)

| VERSION Y ONLY
|
| VERSION X ONLY
|

* Old Amber can be obtained before the post-game, for the record.
After you find these new fossils, feel free to take them to Ambrette Town to
receive the newly synthesized Pokmon! The Fossil Lab is there precisely for
your needs.
Thanks to intripletime for the heads up!
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F O S S I L S
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
A m b r e t t e T o w n
_______________________________[vs4020]________________________________
.~^|`~.
| Field Moves | Rock Smash
|
||||||
| Time / Loci
| Pokmon
| Type(s)
| Encounter | Level |
||||||
| Morning / Rock Smash| Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Morning / Old Rod | Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Day / Rock Smash
| Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Day / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Night / Rock Smash | Binacle
| Rock/Water
| ~40%
| 13-18 |
|
| Dwebble
| Rock/Bug
| ~60%
| 13-18 |
| Night / Old Rod
| Luvdisc
| Water
| ~100% | 15 |
| Field Event
| Omanyte
| Rock/Water
|
N/A
| 20 |
| Field Event
| Kabuto
| Rock/Water
|
N/A
| 20 |
| Field Event
| Aerodactyl | Rock/Flying
|
N/A
| 20 |
| Field Event
| Lileep
| Rock/Grass
|
N/A
| 20 |
| Field Event
| Shieldon
| Rock/Steel
|
N/A
| 20 |
| Field Event
| Cranidos
| Rock
|
N/A
| 20 |
| Field Event
| Tirtouga
| Rock/Water
|
N/A
| 20 |
| Field Event
| Archen
| Rock/Flying
|
N/A
| 20 |
'~.____________________|______________|___________________|___________|_____,~'

Ambrette Towns' Fossil Lab will be more than happy to restore your fossils.

The above Field Event Pokmon may be obtained, and their respective stats are
listed below for your convenience:
_________________
.~^`~.
| Name: Omanyte
|
| Nickname: Omanyte
|
| Lv: 20
|
| Ability: Swift Swim |
| Attacks:
|
| - Bite
|
| - Water Gun
|
| - Rollout
|
| - Leer
|
'~.___________________,~'

_________________
.~^`~.
| Name: Lileep
|
| Nickname: Lileep
|
| Lv: 20
|
| Ability: Suction Cups|
| Attacks:
|
| |
| |
| |
| |
'~.___________________,~'

_________________
.~^`~.
| Name: Cranidos
|
| Nickname: Cranidos |
| Lv: 20
|
| Ability: Mold Breaker|
| Attacks:
|
| - Focus Energy
|
| - Pursuit
|
| - Take Down
|
| - Scary Face
|
'~.___________________,~'

_________________
.~^`~.
| Name: Kabuto
|
| Nickname: Kabuto
|
| Lv: 20
|
| Ability: Battle Armor|
| Attacks:
|
| - Harden
|
| - Absorb
|
| - Leer
|
| - Mud Shot
|
'~.___________________,~'

_________________
.~^`~.
| Name: Anorith
|
| Nickname: Anorith
|
| Lv: 20
|
| Ability: Battle Armor|
| Attacks:
|
| |
| |
| |
| |
'~.___________________,~'

_________________
.~^`~.
| Name: Tirtouga
|
| Nickname: Tirtouga |
| Lv: 20
|
| Ability: Solid Rock |
| Attacks:
|
| - Bite
|
| - Protect
|
| - Aqua Jet
|
| - Ancient Power
|
'~.___________________,~'

_________________
.~^`~.
| Name: Aerodactyl
|
| Nickname: Aerodactyl |
| Lv: 20
|
| Ability: Pressure
|
| Attacks:
|
| - Bite
|
| - Scary Face
|
| - Roar
|
| - Agility
|
'~.___________________,~'

_________________
.~^`~.
| Name: Shieldon
|
| Nickname: Shieldon |
| Lv: 20
|
| Ability: Sturdy
|
| Attacks:
|
| - Taunt
|
| - Metal Sound
|
| - Take Down
|
| - Iron Defense
|
'~.___________________,~'

_________________
.~^`~.
| Name: Archen
|
| Nickname: Archen
|
| Lv: 20
|
| Ability: Defeatist |
| Attacks:
|
| - Double Team
|
| - Scary Face
|
| - Pluck
|
| - Ancient Power
|
'~.___________________,~'

_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

4.5
L O O K E R S I D E Q U E S T
[vs4021]
_______________________________________________________________________________
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Note: This section assumes that you have completed the necessary prerequisites
to unlock this quest: see sections [vs4002] to [vs4006].
L O O K E R
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
L u m i o s e C i t y
_______________________________[vs4022]________________________________
.~^|||`~.

|
Trainers | Preschooler Natalie| Preschooler Lily | Schoolgirl Callie |
|
| Reward: 848P
| Reward: 880P
| Reward: 1696P
|
|
| o Swinub
Lv 53 | o Igglybuff Lv 55 | o Rapidash Lv 53 |
|
| o Bonsly
Lv 53 |
| o Kingler
Lv 53 |
|
|
|
| o Leavanny Lv 53 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
| Schoolboy Macon
| Lumiose Gang Member| Lumiose Gang Member|
|
| Reward: 1792P
| Sedna
| Eris
|
|
| o Spiritomb Lv 56 | Reward: 4480P
| Reward: 4480P
|
|
|
| o Mandibuzz Lv 58 | o Pangoro
Lv 56 |
|
|
|
| o Bouffalant Lv 56 |
|
||||
|
| Lumiose Gang Member| Suspicious Woman | Suspicious Child |
|
| Nix
| "???"
| "???"
|
|
| Reward: 4480P
| Reward: 8400P
| Reward: 1824P
|
|
| o Druddigon Lv 56 | o Jellicent Lv 58 | o Whimsicott Lv 57 |
|
| o Krookodile Lv 56 | o Volcarona Lv 60 | o Mawile
Lv 57 |
|
|
|
| o Granbull Lv 57 |
|
||||
|
| Suspicious Lady
| Butler Chalmers
| Pokmon Trainer
|
|
| "???"
| Reward: 4960P
| Malva
|
|
| Reward: 960P
| o Braviary Lv 62 | Reward: 12600P
|
|
| o Persian
Lv 60 |
| o Pyroar
Lv 63 |
'~.____________|____________________|____________________|__________________,~'

Fly to Lumiose Center's Centrico Plaza Pokmon Center and head outward to
Magenta Plaza. From there, head right toward Rouge Plaza. Head south down the
alley going toward South Boulevard and enter the first (and only) building on
the left. Once inside, a man in a trenchcoat will talk to you. He says his name
is Looker, and he wants you to be his assistant--no, partner. If you agree to
his proposition, you will begin the Looker Sidequest.
Looker will want to train you as a detective first; hence, your first job is
to find a bunch of "Looker Tickets" scattered throughout the city. Looker tells
you where they are after you leave:
1. In the Pokmon Center next to Magenta Plaza: head south to Rouge Plaza
again, and take a right back down the alleyway to the Pokmon Center.
Upon entering, you should be able to find the sparkling spots in front of
the changing room.
2. In Centrico Plaza, in the tower illuminating the city: Leave the Pokmon
Center and head south toward Centrico Plaza. Enter Prism Tower. On the
left, you should be able to find another sparkling spot.
3. On Vernal Avenue, at a shop selling medicines: Go out the exit on the
right and proceed straight ahead to Vernal Avenue. Continue to Herboriste
which is the third entrance on the right. Enter the building and find the
sparkling spots to the right.
4. On North Boulevard, 1F, in a place where people rest: Exit Herboriste and
head directly north all the way to North Boulevard via Vernal Avenue,
Centrico Plaza, and Autumnal Avenue. Once at North Boulevard, head right
until you reach Hotel Richissime. This Looker Ticket is to the northeast
near some chairs.
5. On North Boulevard, 1F in a place filled with art: Exit the hotel and
backtrack to the Art Museum. Enter the musuem and head all the way to the
right and find a woman on a couch. The last Looker Ticket is just in
front of her.
Once you've got all of the Looker Tickets, return to the Looker Bureau. After
you hand Looker the tickets, he will knight you as a full detective! Yay! As we

start to leave Lumiose, Looker will call us and tell us to go back to the
Looker Bureau. Back to the Bureau! Upon talking to Looker, we'll learn that we
have another task--let's get going!
=-=-=-=-=-=
Chapter 2
=-=-=-=-=-=
For this case, we need to investigate various back alleys throughout Lumiose
City. Looker insists that we check out the one near a restaurant in South
Boulevard. Head out to North Boulevard and go clockwise around the greater city
ring; stop just before Restaurant Le Nah and head inside the dark alley.
Trainers! Agree to battle the first Preschooler and continue down this alley,
beating the rest of them as they come.
<SL> Damn, these kids talk a good game!
Once we make it to the end of the alleyway, we'll be introduced to Mimi, the
Espurr. After this scene, Mimi will promptly run off, leaving us to find (and
befriend) her. We must go to the alleys in North Boulevard! Head out of this
alley and go counterclockwise toward North Boulevard. Continue all the way
around until you find the alleyway just across from the pastry shop. You'll
find Mimi in the corner of this alley. Try to sing to it. It will run off, but
the friendship /seems/ to be starting. Go to the next alleyway in the clockwise
direction (just before the Pokmon Center) and dance to Mimi. This should do
the trick! Mimi will take us back to Looker and her "trainer."
Back at the Looker Bureau, Looker will close this case. Awesome! As we leave
the Looker Bureau alleyway, we'll get another message from Looker--ready for
Chapter 3?
=-=-=-=-=-=
Chapter 3
=-=-=-=-=-=
After all of this dialogue, we'll be persuaded to go to Lumiose Station.
Remember that Lumiose is near the border between North and South Boulevards.
Once inside the station, head down the southern station platform to find Looker
talking to some punks--we have to battle them! Defeat all of them to progress
to the next cutscene. After all of that talking (not gonna spoil it for you!),
we'll head back to the Looker Bureau to discuss the current situation. This
Chapter was much shorter than the others!
=-=-=-=-=-=
Chapter 4
=-=-=-=-=-=
Head back to the Looker Bureau again. He will be looking out the window; talk
to him and he will share a Holo Caster clip. This clip will tell us about an
incident at Lumiose Museum. Go to the North Boulevard, enter the museum (it's
the artistic-looking building), and head up to the third floor. After talking
to the museum director, head back outside for another clip telling us about
more incidents in alleyways. Looker also instructs us to meet him back at the
Bureau.
Looker will tell us to head to the alley near the Galette shop. In this alley,
a woman will offer to battle us. After the battle, the woman will transform
into some sort of... being, leaving us with Looker. Now we must head to Caf
Triste's alley. This means we should head counterclockwise around North

Boulevard to the next alley. Enter this alley and battle the child. After this
battle, the... thing will jump over to the Lumiose Station alleyway. Chase
after it!
Once in Lumiose Station's alleyway, a Black Belt will tell us about a woman
who fled to South Boulevard. Head to South Boulevard's alleyway by heading
clockwise around the center. Battle this woman again. After the battle, the
cutscenes that follow will explain quite a bit. This will finish the chapter!
=-=-=-=-=-=
Chapter 5
=-=-=-=-=-=
Emma will call us to the Looker Bureau. After some chatting, a butler will
enter and challenge us for whatever reason. Once you defeat him, he will
instruct you to immediately go to Hotel Richissime. Proceed to the fifth floor
and go to the western royal suite. You will find Malva. She will want to battle
you. Trust us--she is nowhere near as hard as Elite 4 Malva. :)
Malva will start to explain some of the happenings of the last encounters.
She will also instruct you to go to Lysandre Labs for some... investigations.
Prepare well!
L O O K E R
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
L y s a n d r e L a b s
_______________________________[vs4023]________________________________
.~^|||`~.
|
Trainers | Scientist Sonia
| Scientist Ernst
| Lumiose Gang Member|
|
| Reward: 4320P
| Reward: 4248P
| Sedna
|
|
| o Elgyem
Lv 60 | o Weezing
Lv 61 | Reward: 4960P
|
|
| o Klinklang Lv 60 | o Heliolisk Lv 59 | o Mandibuzz Lv 62 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
||||
|
| Lumiose Gang Member| Scientist Justus | Lumiose Gang Member|
|
| Eris
| Reward: 4464P
| Nix
|
|
| Reward: 4800P
| o Muk
Lv 62 | Reward: 4880P
|
|
| o Pangoro
Lv 60 |
| o Druddigon Lv 59 |
|
| o Bouffalant Lv 60 |
| o Krookodile Lv 61 |
|
||||
|
| Pokmon Trainer
| Pokmon Trainer
| Pokmon Trainer
|
|
| Essentia
| Essentia
| Essentia
|
|
| Reward: 9240P
| Reward: 8820P
| Reward: 9240P
|
|
| o Jellicent Lv 66 | o Whimsicott Lv 63 | o Persian
Lv 66 |
|
| o Volcarona Lv 66 | o Mawile
Lv 63 |
|
|
|
| o Granbull Lv 63 |
|
|
||||
|
| Pokmon Trainer
|
|
|
|
| Essentia
|
|
|
|
| Reward: 9800P
|
|
|
|
| o Crobat
Lv 68 |
|
|
|
| o Malamar
Lv 70 |
|
|
'~.____________|____________________|____________________|__________________,~'

As we enter Lysandre Labs, Malva will tell us to go down to the "secret"


floor. On this hidden floor, Team Flare will be scouring the area. Upon
entering the floor, Scientist Sonia will challenge you to a battle. After the
battle, head west and go to the warp platform. Once in this area, take the

western warp. This will take us to another area where we should head north.
Now that we're here, head east and battle this scientist. Make your way south
then go to the easternmost slider in this section. DO NOT TAKE ANY OTHER
SLIDER. This easternmost slider should shoot you a myriad of ways. After being
spun around, head east some more. Talk to the woman here to battle Lumiose Gang
Member Sedna, if you want.
After that battle, take the middle slider. Go west and loop your way south
toward another Gang Member. You can battle Eris and keep pressing ahead
westward. Now use the warp in this section. Battle this scientist and take the
next warp. The last gang member will challenge you; take him on! Let's go
inside now. He will tell us to investigate the room. While you're exploring
this room, check out the bookcases:
o The northernmost bookcases: westernmost edge of the bookcases.
o The middle western bookcase: middle of the bookcase.
o The middle and southern easternmost bookcases: easternmost edge of the
bookcases.
After you've read all of the text, speak to Nix. When we try to leave Xerosis
will confront us. He will have us battle Pokmon Trainer Essentia! (Four
times!) After those battles, this chapter will end after several cutscenes.
L O O K E R
_,-^\_}\________________,-.________________/{_/`-._
`-._/}/'-'\{\_,-^
L u m i o s e C i t y
_______________________________[vs4024]________________________________
.~^|||`~.
|
Trainers | Pokmon Trainer
|
|
|
|
| Essentia
|
|
|
|
| Reward: 10500P
|
|
|
|
| o Malamar
Lv 75 |
|
|
|
| o Crobat
Lv 73 |
|
|
'~.____________|____________________|____________________|__________________,~'

=-=-=-=-=-=
Chapter 6
=-=-=-=-=-=
Head to the Looker Bureau after getting your final call! After some dialogue,
Emma will leave, forcing us to follow her. Attempting to exit the Bureau will
only give us Nix. Greeeeat. Him again. Nix will tell us to go to the Lumiose
Museum to find Looker; let's go!
Enter the museum and head to the 3F. Talk to the Museum Director near the
painting. He will tell you that Looker just left... we regret to tell you that
you need to head all the way back downstairs. >_> Sorry. The woman who we spoke
to earlier will tell us the same thing as the director; keep heading outside!
Emma will call us and instruct us to go to Lysandre Caf. Make your way there
via Autumnal Avenue. After this final cutscene, the Looker saga will end. By
the way, you can now battle Essentia--ahem, Emma, whenever you want in the
Looker Bureau.
Congrats for finishing the Looker Sidequest!
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5.1
Pokmon Locations
[vs5001]
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|.-----.-----.| |_.----.---.-.| |
5.1.a
| ---|| -__|
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______________|______||_____|__|__||____|__| |___._||__|______[vs5002]_
.~^|`~.
| #001 - Chespin
| Aquacorde Town (Gift)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #002 - Quilladin | Evolve Chespin
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #003 - Chesnaught | Evolve Quilladin
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #004 - Fennekin | Aquacorde Town (Gift)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #005 - Braixen
| Evolve Fennekin
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #006 - Delphox
| Evolve Braixen
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #007 - Froakie
| Aquacorde Town (Gift)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #008 - Frogadier | Evolve Froakie
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #009 - Greninja | Evolve Frogadier
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #010 - Bunnelby | Route 2, Santalune Forest, Route 3
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #011 - Diggersby | Route 22
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #012 - Zigzagoon | Route 2
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #013 - Linoone
| Evolve Zigzagoon
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #014 - Fletchling | Route 2, Santalune Forest, Route 3
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #015 - Fletchinder| Evolve Fletchling
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #016 - Talonflame | Evolve Fletchinder
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #017 - Pidgey
| Route 2, Santalune Forest, Route 3
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #018 - Pidgeotto | Evolve Pidgey
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #019 - Pidgeot
| Evolve Pidgeotto
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #020 - Scatterbug | Route 2, Santalune Forest
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #021 - Spewpa
| Evolve Scatterbug
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #022 - Vivillon | Evolve Spewpa
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|

| #023 - Caterpie | Route 2, Santalune Forest


|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #024 - Metapod
| Santalune Forest
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #025 - Butterfree | Evolve Metapod
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #026 - Weedle
| Route 2 | Avance Trail
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #027 - Kakuna
| Santalune Forest
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #028 - Beedrill | Evolve Beedrill
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #029 - Pansage
| Santalune Forest
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #030 - Simisage | Evolve Pansage
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #031 - Pansear
| Santalune Forest
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #032 - Simisear | Evolve Pansear
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #033 - Panpour
| Santalune Forest
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #034 - Simipour | Evolve Panpour
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #035 - Pichu
| Breed Pikachu
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #036 - Pikachu
| Santalune Forest, Route 3
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #037 - Raichu
| Evolve Pikachu
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #038 - Bidoof
| Route 3
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #039 - Bibarel
| Route 22
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #040 - Dunsparce | Route 3
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #041 - Azurill
| Route 3
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #042 - Marill
| Route 3
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #043 - Azumarill | Route 22
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #044 - Burmy
| Route 3
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #045 - Wormadam | Evolve Burmy
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #046 - Mothim
| Evolve Burmy
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #047 - Surskit
| Breed Masquerain
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #048 - Masquerain | Route 3
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #049 - Magikarp | Route 3, Route 22
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #050 - Gyarados | Route 3, Route 22
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #051 - Corphish | Route 3
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #052 - Crawdaunt | Route 3
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|

| #053 - Goldeen
| Route 3, Route 22
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #054 - Seaking
| Route 3, Route 22
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #055 - Carvanha | Route 22
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #056 - Sharpedo | Route 22
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #057 - Litleo
| Route 22
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #058 - Pyroar
| Evolve Litleo
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #059 - Psyduck
| Route 22, Route 7
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #060 - Golduck
| Evolve Psyduck
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #061 - Farfetch'd | In-Game Trade (Santalune Town), Route 22
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #062 - Riolu
| Route 22
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #063 - Lucario
| Gift (Shalour City)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #064 - Ralts
| Route 4
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #065 - Kirlia
| Evolve Ralts
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #066 - Gardevoir | Evolve Kirlia
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #067 - Gallade
| Evolve Kirlia
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #068 - Flabb
| Route 4
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #069 - Floette
| Evolve Flabb
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #070 - Florges
| Evolve Floette
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #071 - Budew
| Route 4
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #072 - Roselia
| Route 7
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #073 - Roserade | Evolve Roselia
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #074 - Ledyba
| Route 4
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #075 - Ledian
| Evolve Ledyba
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #076 - Combee
| Route 4
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #077 - Vespiqueen | Evolve Combee
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #078 - Skitty
| Route 4
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #079 - Delcatty | Evolve Skitty
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #080 - Bulbasaur | Lumiose City (Gift)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #081 - Ivysaur
| Evolve Bulbasaur
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #082 - Venusaur | Evolve Ivysaur
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|

| #083 - Charmander | Lumiose City (Gift)


|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #084 - Charmeleon | Evolve Charmander
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #085 - Charizard | Evolve Charmeleon
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #086 - Squirtle | Lumiose City (Gift)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #087 - Wartortle | Evolve Squirtle
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #088 - Blastoise | Evolve Wartortle
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #089 - Skiddo
| Route 5
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #090 - Gogoat
| Evolve Skiddo
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #091 - Pancham
| Route 5
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #092 - Pangoro
| Evolve Pancham
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #093 - Furfrou
| Route 5
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #094 - Doduo
| Route 5
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #095 - Dodrio
| Evolve Doduo
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #096 - Plusle
| Route 5
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #097 - Minun
| Route 5
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #098 - Gulpin
| Route 5
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #099 - Swalot
| Evolve Gulpin
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #100 - Scraggy
| Route 5
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #101 - Scrafty
| Evolve Scraggy
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #102 - Abra
| Route 5
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #103 - Kadabra
| Evolve Abra
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #104 - Alakazam | Evolve Kadabra
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #105 - Oddish
| Route 6
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #106 - Gloom
| Evolve Oddish
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #107 - Vileplume | Evolve Gloom
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #108 - Bellossom | Evolve Gloom
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #109 - Sentret
| Route 6
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #110 - Furret
| Evolve Sentret
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #111 - Nincada
| Route 6
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #112 - Ninjask
| Evolve Nincada
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|

| #113 - Shedinja | Evolve Nincada


|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #114 - Espurr
| Route 6
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #115 - Meowstic | Evolve Espurr
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #116 - Kecleon
| Route 6
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #117 - Honedge
| Route 6
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #118 - Doublade | Evolve Honedge
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #119 - Aegislash | Evolve Doublade
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #120 - Venipede | Route 6
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #121 - Whilipede | Evolve Venipede
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #122 - Scolipede | Evolve Whirlipede
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #123 - Audino
| Route 6
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #124 - Smeargle | Route 7
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #125 - Croagunk | Route 7
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #126 - Toxicroak | Evolve Croagunk
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #127 - Ducklett | Route 7
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #128 - Swanna
| Evolve Ducklett
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #129 - Spritzee | Route 7 (Y)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #130 - Aromatisse | Evolve Spritzee
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #131 - Swirlix
| Route 7 (X)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #132 - Slurpuff | Evolve Swirlix
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #133 - Volbeat
| Route 7
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #134 - Illumise | Route 7
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #135 - Hoppip
| Route 7
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #136 - Skiploom | Evolve Hoppip
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #137 - Jumpluff | Evolve Skiploom
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #138 - Munchlax | Breed Snorlax
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #139 - Snorlax
| Route 7
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #140 - Whismur
| Connecting Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #141 - Loudred
| Evolve Whismur
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #142 - Exploud
| Evolve Loudred
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|

| #143 - Meditite | Connecting Cave


|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #144 - Medicham | Evolve Meditite
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #145 - Zubat
| Connecting Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #146 - Golbat
| Evolve Zubat
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #147 - Crobat
| Evolve Golbat
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #148 - Axew
| Connecting Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #149 - Fraxure
| Evolve Axew
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #150 - Haxorus
| Evolve Fraxure
|
'~._________________|_______________________________________________________,~'

______
__
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|
|.-----.---.-.-----.| |_.---.-.| |
5.1.b
| ---|| _ | _ |__ --|| _| _ || |
______________|______||_____|___._|_____||____|___._||__|_____[vs5003]_
.~^|`~.
| #001 - Drifloon | Route 8
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #002 - Drifblim | Evolve Drifloon
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #003 - Mienfoo
| Route 8
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #004 - Mienshao | Evolve Mienfoo
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #005 - Zangoose | Route 8
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #006 - Seviper
| Route 8
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #007 - Spoink
| Route 8
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #008 - Grumpig
| Evolve Spoink
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #009 - Absol
| Route 8
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #010 - Inkay
| Route 8, Azure Bay
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #011 - Malamar
| Evolve Inkay
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #012 - Lunatone | Glittering Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #013 - Solrock
| Glittering Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #014 - Bagon
| Route 8
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #015 - Shelgon
| Evolve Bagon
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #016 - Salamence | Evolve Shelgon
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #017 - Wingull
| Route 8
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #018 - Pelipper | Evolve Wingull
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #019 - Taillow
| Route 8
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|

| #020 - Swellow
| Evolve Taillow
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #021 - Binacle
| Ambrette Town, Route 8, Cyllage Town
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #022 - Barbaracle | Evolve Binacle
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #023 - Dwebble
| Ambrette Town, Route 8, Glittering Cave, Cyllage Town |
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #024 - Crustle
| Evolve Dwebble
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #025 - Tentacool | Ambrette Town, Route 8, Cyllage City, Shalou City,
|
|
| Route 12, Azure Bay
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #026 - Tentacruel | Evolve Tentacool
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #027 - Wailmer
| Ambrette Town, Route 8, Cyllage City
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #028 - Wailord
| Evolve Wailmer
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #029 - Luvdisc
| Ambrette Town, Route 8, Cyllage Town, Shalou City,
|
|
| Route 12, Azure Bay
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #030 - Skrelp
| Ambrette Town (Y), Route 8 (Y), Cyllage City (Y)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #031 - Dragalge | Ambrette Town (Y), Route 8 (Y), Cyllage City (Y)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #032 - Clauncher | Ambrette Town (X), Route 8 (X), Cyllage City (X)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #033 - Clawitzer | Ambrette Town (X), Route 8 (X), Cyllage City (X)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #034 - Staryu
| Route 8 (X)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #035 - Starmie
| Route 8 (X)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #036 - Shellder | Route 8 (Y)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #037 - Cloyster | Route 8 (Y)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #038 - Qwilfish | Route 8
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #039 - Horsea
| Ambrette Town, Cyllage City
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #040 - Seadra
| Ambrette Town, Cyllage City
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #041 - Kingdra
| Evolve Seadra
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #042 - Relicanth | Ambrette Town, Cyllage City
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #043 - Sandile
| Route 9
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #044 - Krokorok | Evolve Sandile
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #045 - Krookodile | Evolve Krokorok
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #046 - Helioptile | Route 9
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #047 - Heliolisk | Evolve Helioptile
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #048 - Hippopotas | Route 9
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|

| #049 - Hippowdon | Evolve Hippopotas


|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #050 - Rhyhorn
| Glittering Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #051 - Rhydon
| Evolve Rhyhorn
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #052 - Rhyperior | Evolve Rhydon
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #053 - Onix
| Glittering Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #054 - Steelix
| In-Game Trade (Cyllage Town)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #055 - Woobat
| Glittering Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #056 - Swoobat
| Evolve Woobat
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #057 - Machop
| Glittering Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #058 - Machoke
| Evolve Machop
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #059 - Machamp
| Evolve Machoke
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #060 - Cubone
| Glittering Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #061 - Marowak
| Evolve Cubone
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #062 - Kangaskhan | Glittering Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #063 - Mawile
| Glittering Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #064 - Tyrunt
| Ambrette Town (Fossil Lab)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #065 - Tyrantrum | Evolve Tyrunt
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #066 - Amaura
| Ambrette Town (Fossil Lab)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #067 - Aurorus
| Evolve Amaura
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #068 - Aerodactyl | Ambrette Town (Fossil Lab)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #069 - Ferroseed | Glittering Cave, Reflection Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #070 - Ferrothorn | Evolve Ferroseed
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #071 - Snubbull | Route 10
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #072 - Grandbull | Evolve Snubbull
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #073 - Electrike | Route 10 (Y)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #074 - Manectric | Evolve Electrike
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #075 - Houndour | Route 10 (X)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #076 - Houndoom | Evolve Houndour
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #077 - Eevee
| Route 10
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #078 - Vaporeon | Evolve Eevee
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|

| #079 - Jolteon
| Evolve Eevee
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #080 - Flareon
| Evolve Eevee
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #081 - Espeon
| Evolve Eevee
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #082 - Umbreon
| Evolve Eevee
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #083 - Leafeon
| Evolve Eevee
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #084 - Glaceon
| Evolve Eevee
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #085 - Sylveon
| Evolve Eevee
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #086 - Emolga
| Route 10
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #087 - Yanma
| Route 10
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #088 - Yanmega
| Evolve Yanma
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #089 - Hawlucha | Route 10
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #090 - Sigilyph | Route 10
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #091 - Golett
| Route 10
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #092 - Golurk
| Evolve Golett
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #093 - Nosepass | Route 10
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #094 - Probopass | Evolve Nosepass
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #095 - Makuhita | Breed Hariyama
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #096 - Hariyama | Route 11
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #097 - Throh
| Route 11 (X)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #098 - Sawk
| Route 11 (Y)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #099 - Starly
| Breed Staravia
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #100 - Staravia | Route 11
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #101 - Staraptor | Evolve Staravia
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #102 - Stunky
| Route 11
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #103 - Skuntank | Evolve Stunky
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #104 - Nidoran
| Route 11
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #105 - Nidorina | Route 11
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #106 - Nidoqueen | Evolve Nidorina
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #107 - Nidoran
| Route 11
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #108 - Nidorino | Route 11
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|

| #109 - Nidoking | Evolve Nidorino


|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #110 - Dedenne
| Route 11
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #111 - Chingling | Route 11, Reflection Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #112 - Chimeco
| Evolve Chingling
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #113 - Mime Jr. | Reflection Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #114 - Mr. Mime | Reflection Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #115 - Solosis
| Reflection Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #116 - Duosion
| Evolve Solosis
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #117 - Reuniclus | Evolve Duosion
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #118 - Wynaut
| Breed Wobbuffet
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #119 - Wobbuffet | Reflection Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #120 - Roggenrola | Reflection Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #121 - Boldore
| Evolve Roggenrola
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #122 - Gigalith | Evolve Boldore
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #123 - Sableye
| Reflection Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #124 - Carbink
| Reflection Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #125 - Tauron
| Evolve Carbink
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #126 - Miltank
| Route 12
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #127 - Mareep
| Route 12
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #128 - Flaaffy
| Evolve Mareep
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #129 - Ampharos | Evolve Flaaffy
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #130 - Pinsir
| Route 12 (X)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #131 - Heracross | Route 12 (Y)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #132 - Pachirisu | Route 12
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #133 - Slowpoke | Route 12
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #134 - Slowbro
| Evolve Slowpoke
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #135 - Slowking | Evolve Slowpoke
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #136 - Exeggcute | Route 12, Azure Bay
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #137 - Exeggutor | Evolve Exeggutor
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #138 - Chatot
| Route 12, Azure Bay
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|

| #139 - Mantyke
| Route 12, Azure Bay
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #140 - Mantine
| Evolve Mantyke
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #141 - Clamperl | Route 12, Azure Bay
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #142 - Huntail
| Route 12, Azure Bay
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #143 - Gorebyss | Route 12, Azure Bay
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #144 - Remoraid | Route 12, Azure Bay
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #145 - Octillery | Shalour City, Route 12, Azure Bay
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #146 - Corsola
| Route 12, Azure Bay
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #147 - Chinchou | Azure Bay
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #148 - Lantern
| Evolve Chinchou
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #149 - Alomomola | Shalour City
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #150 - Lapras
| Route 12 (Gift)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #151 - Articuno | Sea Spirit's Den
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #152 - Zapdos
| Sea Spirit's Den
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #153 - Moltres
| Sea Spirit's Den
|
'~._________________|_______________________________________________________,~'

_______
__
__
| | |.-----.--.--.-----.| |_.---.-.|__|.-----.
5.1.c
|
|| _ | | |
|| _| _ || ||
|
__________|__|_|__||_____|_____|__|__||____|___._||__||__|__|_[vs5004]_
.~^|`~.
| #001 - Diglett
| Breed Dugtrio
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #002 - Dugtrio
| Route 13
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #003 - Trapinch | Route 13
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #004 - Vibrava
| Evolve Trapinch
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #005 - Flygon
| Evolve Vibrava
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #006 - Gible
| Route 13
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #007 - Gabite
| Evolve Gible
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #008 - Garchomp | Evolve Gabite
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #009 - Geodude
| Route 18, Terminus Cave, Victory Road
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #010 - Graveler | Route 13, Route 18, Terminus Cave, Victory Road
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #011 - Golem
| Evolve Graveler
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #012 - Slugma
| Route 13
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|

| #013 - Magcargo | Evolve Slugma


|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #014 - Shuckle
| Route 13, Route 18, Terminus Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #015 - Skorupi
| Route 14
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #016 - Drapion
| Route 19
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #017 - Wooper
| Breed Quagsire
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #018 - Quagsire | Route 14
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #019 - Goomy
| Route 14
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #020 - Sliggoo
| Route 19
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #021 - Goodra
| Evolve Sliggoo
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #022 - Karrablast | Route 14, Route 19
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #023 - Escavalier | Evolve Karrablast
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #024 - Shelmet
| Route 14, Route 19
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #025 - Accelgor | Evolve Shelmet
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #026 - Bellsprout | Route 14
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #027 - Weepinbell | Route 14, Route 19
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #028 - Victreebel | Evolve Weepinbell
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #029 - Carnivine | Route 14, Route 19
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #030 - Gastly
| Breed Haunter
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #031 - Haunter
| Route 14, Frost Cavern, Route 19, Victory Road
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #032 - Gengar
| Evolve Haunter
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #033 - Poliwag
| Route 14, Route 15, Route 16, Route 19, Route 21,
|
|
| Pokmon Vilage
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #034 - Poliwhirl | Route 14, Route 15, Route 16, Route 19, Route 21,
|
|
| Pokmon Vilage
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #035 - Poliwrath | Evolve Poliwhirl
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #036 - Politoed | Route 19
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #037 - Ekans
| Route 14
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #038 - Arbok
| Route 19
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #039 - Stunfisk | Route 14, Route 19
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #040 - Barboach | Route 14, Route 19
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #041 - Whiscash | Route 14, Route 19
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|

| #042 - Purrloin | Breed Liepard


|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #043 - Liepard
| Route 19 (Y)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #044 - Poochyena | Breed Mightyena
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #045 - Mightyena | Route 19 (X)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #046 - Patrat
| Breed Watchog
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #047 - Watchog
| Route 15
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #048 - Pawniard | Route 15
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #049 - Bisharp
| In-Game Trade (Snowbelle City)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #050 - Klefki
| Route 15, Route 16
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #051 - Murkrow
| Route 15, Route 16
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #052 - Honchkrow | Evolve Murkrow
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #053 - Foongus
| Route 15, Route 16, Route 20, Victory Road, Pokmon
|
|
| Village
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #054 - Amoonguss | Route 20, Pokmon Village
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #055 - Lotad
| Breed Lombre
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #056 - Lombre
| Route 15, Route 16, Pokmon Village
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #057 - Ludicolo | Evolve Lombre
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #058 - Buizel
| Breed Floatzel
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #059 - Floatzel | Route 15, Route 16, Route 21
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #060 - Basculin | Route 15, Route 16, Route 21, Victory Road
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #061 - Phantump | Route 16
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #062 - Trevenant | Route 20
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #063 - Pumpkaboo | Route 16
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #064 - Gourgeist | Evolve Pumpkaboo
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #065 - Litwick
| Lost Hotel
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #066 - Lampent
| Evolve Litwick
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #067 - Chandelure | Evolve Lampent
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #068 - Rotom
| Lost Hotel
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #069 - Magnemite | Breed Magneton
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #070 - Magneton | Lost Hotel
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #071 - Magnezone | Evolve Magneton
|

|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #072 - Voltorb
| Lost Hotel
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #073 - Electrode | Evolve Voltorb
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #074 - Trubbish | Breed Garbodor
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #075 - Garbodor | Lost Hotel, Pokmon Village
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #076 - Swinub
| Breed Piloswine
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #077 - Piloswine | Frost Cavern
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #078 - Mamoswine | Evolve Piloswine
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #079 - Bermgmite | Frost Cavern
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #080 - Avalugg
| Evolve Bergmite
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #081 - Cubchoo
| Frost Cavern
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #082 - Beartic
| Frost Cavern
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #083 - Smoochum | Frost Cavern
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #084 - Jynx
| Frost Cavern
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #085 - Vanillite | Frost Cavern
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #086 - Vanillish | Evolve Vanillite
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #087 - Vanilluxe | Evolve Vanillish
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #088 - Snover
| Route 17
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #089 - Abomasnow | Evolve Snover
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #090 - Delibird | Route 17
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #091 - Sneasel
| Route 17
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #092 - Weavile
| Evolve Sneasel
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #093 - Timburr
| Breed Gurdurr
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #094 - Gurdurr
| Route 18
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #095 - Conkeldurr | Evolve Gurdurr
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #096 - Torkoal
| Route 18
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #097 - Sandshrew | Breed Sandslash
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #098 - Sandslash | Route 18, Terminus Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #099 - Aron
| Terminus Cave (X)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #100 - Lairon
| Route 18, Terminus Cave (X)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #101 - Aggron
| Evolve Lairon
|

|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #102 - Larvitar | Terminus Cave (Y)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #103 - Pupitar
| Route 18, Terminus Cave (Y)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #104 - Tyranitar | Evolve Larvitar
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #105 - Heatmor
| Route 18
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #106 - Durant
| Route 18, Terminus Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #107 - Spinark | Breed Ariados
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #108 - Ariados
| Terminus Cave, Victory Road
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #109 - Spearow
| Breed Fearow
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #110 - Fearow
| Victory Road
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #111 - Cryogonal | Frost Cavern
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #112 - Skarmory | Victory Road
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #113 - Noibat
| Terminus Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #114 - Noivern
| Evolve Noibat
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #115 - Gligar
| Route 19
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #116 - Gliscor
| Evolve Gligar
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #117 - Hoothoot | Breed Noctowl
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #118 - Noctowl
| Route 20, Pokmon Village
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #119 - Igglybuff | Breed Jigglypuff
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #120 - Jigglypuff | Route 20, Pokmon Village
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #121 - Wigglytuff | Evolve Jigglypuff
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #122 - Shuppet
| Breed Banette
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #123 - Banette
| Pokmon Village
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #124 - Zorua
| Breed Zoroark
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #125 - Zoroark
| Route 20, Pokmon Village
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #126 - Gothita
| Breed Gothorita
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #127 - Gothorita | Route 20, Pokmon Village
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #128 - Gothitelle | Evolve Gothorita
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #129 - Bonsly
| Breed Sudowoodo
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #130 - Sudowoodo | Route 20
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #131 - Spinda
| Route 21
|

|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #132 - Teddiursa | Breed Ursaring
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #133 - Ursaring | Route 21
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #134 - Lickitung | Route 21
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #135 - Lickilicky | Breed Lickitung
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #136 - Scyther
| Route 21
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #137 - Scizor
| Evolve Scyther
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #138 - Ditto
| Pokmon Village
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #139 - Swablu
| Route 21
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #140 - Altaria
| Route 21
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #141 - Druddigon | Victory Road
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #142 - Deino
| Breed Zweilous
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #143 - Zweilous | Victory Road
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #144 - Hydreigon | Evolve Zweilous
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #145 - Dratini
| Breed Dragonair
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #146 - Dragonair | Route 21
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #147 - Dragonite | Evolve Dragonair
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #148 - Xerneas
| Geosenge Town (X)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #149 - Yveltal
| Geosenge Town (Y)
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #150 - Zygarde
| Terminus Cave
|
|-------------------+---------------------------------------------------------|
| #151 - Mewtwo
| Pokmon Village
|
'~._________________|_______________________________________________________,~'

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

5.2
MoveDex
[vs5005]
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

______
| __ \.--.--.-----.
| __ <| | | _ |
[vs5006]
_________________________|______/|_____|___ |_________________________
.~^|||_____||`~.
|
Attack Name
|
Category
|
PP
|
Attack
| Accuracy |
|-------------------+----------------+----------+--------------+--------------|
| Attack Order
|
Physical
|
15
|
90
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user calls out its underlings to pummel the target.
|
|
Critical hits land more easily.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|

||||||
| Bug Bite
|
Physical
|
20
|
60
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user bites the target. If the target is holding a Berry, |
|
the user eats it and gains its effect.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Bug Buzz
|
Special
|
10
|
90
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user vibrates its wings to generate a damaging sound wave.|
|
It may also lower the target's Sp. Def stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Defend Order
|
Other
|
10
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user calls out its underlings to shield its body, raising |
|
its Defense and Sp. Def stats.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Fell Stinger
|
Physical
|
25
|
30
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: When the user knocks out a target with this move, the user's |
|
Attack stat rises sharply.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Fury Cutter
|
Physical
|
20
|
40
|
95
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target is slashed with scythes or claws. Its power
|
|
increases if it hits in succession.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Heal Order
|
Other
|
10
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user calls out its underlings to heal it. The user
|
|
regains up to half of its max HP.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Infestation
|
Special
|
35
|
20
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target is infested and attacked for four to five turns. |
|
The target can't flee during this time.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Leech Life
|
Physical
|
15
|
20
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user drains the target's blood. The user's HP is restored |
|
by half the damage taken by the target.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Megahorn
|
Physical
|
10
|
12
0|
85
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: Using its tough and impressive horn, the user rams into the |
|
target with no letup.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Pin Missile
|
Physical
|
20
|
25
|
95
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: Sharp spikes are shot at the target in rapid succession. They |
|
hit two to five times in a row.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|

||||||
| Powder
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user covers the target in a powder that explodes and
|
|
damages the target if it uses a Fire-type move.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Quiver Dance
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user lightly performs a beautiful, mystic dance. It
|
|
boosts the user's Sp. Atk, Sp. Def, and Speed stats.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Rage Powder
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user scatters a cloud of irritating powder to draw
|
|
attention to itself. Opponents aim only at the user.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Signal Beam
|
Special
|
15
|
75
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks with a sinister beam of light. It may also |
|
confuse the target.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Silver Wind
|
Special
|
5
|
60
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target is attacked with powdery scales blown by wind. It |
|
may also raise all the user's stats.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Spider Web
|
Other
|
10
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user ensnares the target with thin, gooey silk so it
|
|
can't flee from battle.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Steamroller
|
Physical
|
20
|
65
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user crushes its targets by rolling over them with its
|
|
rolled-up body. This attack may make the target flinch.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Sticky Web
|
Physical
|
20
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user weaves a sticky net around the opposing team, which |
|
lowers their Speed stat upon switching into battle.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| String Shot
|
Other
|
40
|
-|
95
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The targets are bound with silk blown from the user's mouth. |
|
This silk reduces the targets' Speed stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Struggle Bug
|
Special
|
20
|
50
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: While resisting, the user attacks the opposing Pokmon. The |
|
targets' Sp. Atk stat is reduced.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|

||||||
| Tail Glow
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user stares at flashing lights to focus its mind,
|
|
drastically raising its Sp. Atk stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Twineedle
|
Physical
|
20
|
25
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user damages the target twice in succession by jabbing it |
|
with two spikes. It may also poison the target.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| U-turn
|
Physical
|
20
|
70
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: After making its attack, the user rushes back to switch
|
|
places with a party Pokmon in waiting.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| X-Scissor
|
Physical
|
15
|
80
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user slashes at the target by crossing its scythes or
|
|
claws as if they were a pair of scissors.
|
'~._________________________________________________________________________,~'

_____
__
|
\.---.-.----.| |--.
| -- | _ | _||
<
[vs5007]
______________________|_____/|___._|__| _|__|__|_______________________
.~^||||`~.
|
Attack Name
|
Category
|
PP
|
Attack
| Accuracy |
|-------------------+----------------+----------+--------------+--------------|
| Assurance
|
Physical
|
10
|
60
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: If the target has already taken some damage in the same turn, |
|
this attack's power is doubled.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Beat Up
|
Physical
|
10
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user gets all party Pokmon to attack the target. The
|
|
more party Pokmon, the greater the number of attacks.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Bite
|
Physical
|
25
|
60
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target is bitten with viciously sharp fangs. It may make |
|
the target flinch.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Crunch
|
Physical
|
15
|
80
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user crunches up the target with sharp fangs. It may also |
|
lower the target's Defense stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Dark Pulse
|
Special
|
15
|
80
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user releases a horrible aura imbued with dark thoughts. |
|
It may also make the target flinch.
|

|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Embargo
|
Other
|
15
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: It prevents the target from using its held item. Its Trainer |
|
is also prevented from using items on it.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Fake Tears
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user feigns crying to fluster the target, harshly
|
|
lowering its Sp. Def stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Feint Attack
|
Physical
|
20
|
60
|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user approaches the target disarmingly, then throws a
|
|
sucker punch. It hits without fail.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Flatter
|
Other
|
15
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: Flattery is used to confuse the target. However, it also
|
|
raises the target's Sp. Atk stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Fling
|
Physical
|
10
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user flings its held item at the target to attack. Its
|
|
power and effects depend on the item.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Foul Play
|
Physical
|
15
|
95
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user turns the target's power against it. The higher the |
|
target's Attack stat, the greater the damage.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Hone Claws
|
Other
|
15
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user sharpens its claws to boost its Attack stat and
|
|
accuracy.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Knock Off
|
Physical
|
20
|
55
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user slaps down the target's held item, preventing that |
|
item from being used in the battle.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Memento
|
Other
|
10
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user faints when using this move. In return, it harshly |
|
lowers the target's Attack and Sp. Atk.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Nasty Plot
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user stimulates its brain by thinking bad thoughts. It
|
|
sharply raises the user's Sp. Atk.
|

|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Night Daze
|
Special
|
10
|
85
|
95
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user lets loose a pitch-black shock wave at its target. |
|
It may also lower the target's accuracy.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Night Slash
|
Physical
|
15
|
70
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user slashes the target the instant an opportunity arises.|
|
Critical hits land more easily.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Parting Shot
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: With a parting threat, the user lowers the target's Attack
|
|
and Sp. Atk stats. Then it switches with a party Pokmon.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Payback
|
Physical
|
10
|
50
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: If the user moves after the target, this attack's power will |
|
be doubled.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Punishment
|
Physical
|
5
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: This attack's power increases the more the target has powered |
|
up with stat changes.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Pursuit
|
Physical
|
20
|
40
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: An attack move that inflicts double damage if used on a
|
|
target that is switching out of battle.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Quash
|
Other
|
15
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user suppresses the target and makes its move go last.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Snarl
|
Special
|
15
|
55
|
95
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user yells as if it is ranting about something, making
|
|
the target's Sp. Atk stat decrease.
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Snatch
|
Other
|
10
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user steals the effects of any healing or stat-changing |
|
move the opponent attempts to use.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Sucker Punch
|
Physical
|
5
|
80
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: This move enables the user to attack first. It fails if the |
|
target is not readying an attack, however.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|

||||||
| Switcheroo
|
Other
|
10
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user trades held items with the target faster than the
|
|
eye can follow.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Taunt
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target is taunted into a rage that allows it to use only |
|
attack moves for three turns.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Thief
|
Physical
|
10
|
60
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks and steals the target's held item
|
|
simultaneously. It can't steal if the user holds an item.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Topsy-Turvy
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: All stat changes affecting the target turn topsy-turvy and
|
|
become the opposite of what they were.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Torment
|
Other
|
15
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user torments and enrages the target, making it incapable |
|
of using the same move twice in a row.
|
'~._________________________________________________________________________,~'

_____
|
\.----.---.-.-----.-----.-----.
| -- | _| _ | _ | _ |
|
[vs5008]
_________________|_____/|__|_|___._|___ |_____|__|__|_________________
.~^|||_____|||`~.
|
Attack Name
|
Category
|
PP
|
Attack
| Accuracy |
|-------------------+----------------+----------+--------------+--------------|
| Draco Meteor
|
Special
|
5
|
130
|
90
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: Comets are summoned down from the sky onto the target. The
|
|
attack's recoil harshly reduces the user's Sp. Atk stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Dragon Breath
|
Special
|
20
|
60
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user exhales a mighty gust that inflicts damage. It may |
|
also leave the target with paralysis.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Dragon Claw
|
Physical
|
15
|
80
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user slashes the target with huge, sharp claws.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Dragon Dance
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user vigorously performs a mystic, powerful dance that
|

|
boosts its Attack and Speed stats.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Dragon Pulse
|
Special
|
10
|
85
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target is attacked with a shock wave generated by the
|
|
user's gaping mouth.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Dragon Rage
|
Special
|
10
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: This attack hits the target with a shock wave of pure rage. |
|
This attack always inflicts 40 HP damage.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Dragon Rush
|
Physical
|
10
|
100
|
75
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user tackles the target while exhibiting overwhelming
|
|
menace. It may also make the target flinch.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Dragon Tail
|
Physical
|
10
|
60
|
90
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user knocks away the target and drags out another Pokmon |
|
in its party. In the wild, the battle ends.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Dual Chop
|
Physical
|
15
|
40
|
90
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks its target by hitting it with brutal strikes.|
|
The target is hit twice in a row.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Outrage
|
Physical
|
10
|
120
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user rampages and attacks for two to three turns. It then |
|
becomes confused, however.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Twister
|
Special
|
20
|
40
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user whips up a vicious tornado to tear at the opposing |
|
team. It may also make targets flinch.
|
'~._________________________________________________________________________,~'

_______ __
__
__
|
___| |.-----.----.| |_.----.|__|.----.
|
___| || -__| __|| _| _|| || __|
[vs5009]
_____________|_______|__||_____|____||____|__| |__||____|_____________
.~^||||`~.
|
Attack Name
|
Category
|
PP
|
Attack
| Accuracy |
|-------------------+----------------+----------+--------------+--------------|
| Charge
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user boosts the power of the Electric move it uses on the |
|
next turn. It also raises the user's Sp. Def stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Charge Beam
|
Special
|
10
|
50
|
90
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|

| Description: The user attacks with an electric charge. The user may use
|
|
any remaining electricity to raise its Sp. Atk stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Discharge
|
Special
|
15
|
80
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: A flare of electricity is loosed to strike the area around
|
|
the user. It may also cause paralysis.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Eerie Impulse
|
Other
|
15
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user's body generates an eerie impulse. Exposing the
|
|
target to it harshly lowers the target's Sp. Atk stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Electric Terrain |
Other
|
10
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user electrifies the ground under everyone's feet for
|
|
five turns. Pokmon on the ground no longer fall asleep.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Electrify
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: If the target is electrified before it uses a move during
|
|
that turn, the target's move becomes Electric type.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Electro Ball
|
Special
|
10
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user hurls an electric orb at the target. The faster the |
|
user is than the target, the greater the damage.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Electroweb
|
Special
|
15
|
55
|
95
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user captures and attacks opposing Pokmon by using an
|
|
electric net. It reduces the targets' Speed stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Ion Deluge
|
Other
|
25
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user disperses electrically charged particles, which
|
|
changes Normal-type moves to Electric-type moves.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Magnet Rise
|
Physical
|
10
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user levitates using electrically generated magnetism for |
|
five turns.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Magnetic Flux
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user manipulates magnetic fields which raises the Defense |
|
and Sp. Def stats of ally Pokmon with the Plus or Minus
|
|
Ability.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Nuzzle
|
Other
|
20
|
20
|
100
|

|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks by nuzzling its electrified cheeks against |
|
the target. This also leaves the target with paralysis.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Parabolic Charge |
Special
|
20
|
50
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks everything around it. The user's HP is
|
|
restored by half the damage taken by those hit.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Shock Wave
|
Special
|
20
|
60
|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user strikes the target with a quick jolt of electricity. |
|
This attack cannot be evaded.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Spark
|
Physical
|
20
|
65
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user throws an electrically charged tackle at the target. |
|
It may also leave the target with paralysis.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Thunder
|
Special
|
10
|
110
|
70
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: A wicked thunderbolt is dropped on the target to inflict
|
|
damage. It may also leave the target with paralysis.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Thunder Fang
|
Physical
|
15
|
65
|
95
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user bites with electrified fangs. It may also make the |
|
target flinch or leave it with paralysis.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Thunder Punch
|
Physical
|
15
|
75
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target is punched with an electrified fist. It may also |
|
leave the target with paralysis.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Thunder Shock
|
Special
|
30
|
40
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: A jolt of electricity is hurled at the target to inflict
|
|
damage. It may also leave the target with paralysis.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Thunder Wave
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: A weak electric charge is launched at the target. It causes |
|
paralysis if it hits.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Thunderbolt
|
Special
|
15
|
90
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: A strong electric blast is loosed at the target. It may also |
|
leave the target with paralysis.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Volt Switch
|
Special
|
20
|
70
|
100
|

|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: After making its attack, the user rushes back to switch
|
|
places with a party Pokmon in waiting.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Wild Charge
|
Physical
|
15
|
90
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user shrouds itself in electricity and smashes into its |
|
target. It also damages the user a little.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Zap Cannon
|
Special
|
5
|
120
|
50
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user fires an electric blast like a cannon to inflict
|
|
damage and cause paralysis.
|
'~._________________________________________________________________________,~'

_______
__
|
___|.---.-.|__|.----.--.--.
|
___|| _ || || _| | |
[vs5010]
___________________|___|____|___._||__||__|_|___ |____________________
.~^|||_____||`~.
|
Attack Name
|
Category
|
PP
|
Attack
| Accuracy |
|-------------------+----------------+----------+--------------+--------------|
| Aromatic Mist
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user raises the Sp. Def stat of ally Pokmon with a
|
|
mysterious aroma.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Baby-Doll Eyes |
Other
|
30
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user stares at the target with its baby-doll eyes, which |
|
lowers its Attack stat. This move always goes first.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Charm
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user gazes at the target rather charmingly, making it
|
|
less wary. The target's Attack is harshly lowered.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Crafty Shield
|
Other
|
10
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user protects itself and its allies from status moves
|
|
with a mysterious power. This does not stop moves that do dama|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Dazzling Gleam |
Special
|
10
|
80
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user damages opposing Pokmon by emitting a powerful
|
|
flash.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Disarming Voice |
Special
|
15
|
40
|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: Letting out a charming cry, the user does emotional damage to |
|
opposing Pokmon. This attack never misses.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|

||||||
| Draining Kiss
|
Special
|
10
|
50
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user steals the target's energy with a kiss. The user's |
|
HP is restored by over half of the damage taken by the target.|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Fairy Lock
|
Other
|
10
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: By locking down the battlefield, the user keeps all Pokmon |
|
from fleeing during the next turn.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Fairy Wind
|
Special
|
30
|
40
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user stirs up a fairy wind and strikes the target with it.|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Flower Shield
|
Other
|
10
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user raises the Defense stat of all Grass-type Pokmon in |
|
battle with a mysterious power.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Geomancy
|
Other
|
10
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user absorbs energy and sharply raises its Sp. Atk, Sp. |
|
Def, and Speed stats on the next turn.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
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| Misty Terrain
|
Other
|
10
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user covers the ground under everyone's feet with mist
|
|
for five turns. This protects Pokmon on the ground from
|
|
status conditions.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
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| Moonblast
|
Special
|
15
|
95
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: Borrowing the power of the moon, the user attacks the target. |
|
This may also lower the target's Sp. Atk stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
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| Moonlight
|
Other
|
5
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user restores its own HP. The amount of HP regained
|
|
varies with the weather.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Play Rough
|
Physical
|
10
|
90
|
90
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user plays rough with the target and attacks it. This may |
|
also lower the target's Attack stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
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| Sweet Kiss
|
Other
|
10
|
-|
75
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user kisses the target with a sweet, angelic cuteness
|
|
that causes confusion.
|
|
damage and cause paralysis.
|

'~._________________________________________________________________________,~'

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__ __
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___|__|.-----.| |--.| |_|__|.-----.-----.
|
___| || _ ||
|| _| ||
| _ |
[vs5011]
___________|___|___|__||___ ||__|__||____|__||__|__|___ |____________
.~^||_____||||_____||`~.
|
Attack Name
|
Category
|
PP
|
Attack
| Accuracy |
|-------------------+----------------+----------+--------------+--------------|
| Arm Thrust
|
Physical
|
20
|
15
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user looses a flurry of open-palmed arm thrusts that hit |
|
two to five times in a row.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Aura Sphere
|
Special
|
20
|
80
|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user looses a blast of aura power from deep within its
|
|
body at the target. This move is certain to hit.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Brick Break
|
Physical
|
15
|
75
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks with a swift chop. It can also break any
|
|
barrier such as Light Screen and Reflect.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Bulk Up
|
Other
|
20
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user tenses its muscles to bulk up its body, boosting
|
|
both its Attack and Defense stats.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Circle Throw
|
Physical
|
10
|
60
|
90
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user throws the target and drags out another Pokmon in |
|
its party. In the wild, the battle ends.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Close Combat
|
Physical
|
5
|
120
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user fights the target up close without guarding itself. |
|
It also cuts the user's Defense and Sp. Def.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Counter
|
Physical
|
20
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: A retaliation move that counters any physical attack,
|
|
inflicting double the damage taken.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Cross Chop
|
Physical
|
5
|
100
|
80
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user delivers a double chop with its forearms crossed.
|
|
Critical hits land more easily.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Detect
|
Other
|
5
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|

| Description: It enables the user to evade all attacks. Its chance of


|
|
failing rises if it is used in succession.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Double Kick
|
Physical
|
30
|
30
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target is quickly kicked twice in succession using both |
|
feet.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Drain Punch
|
Physical
|
10
|
75
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: An energy-draining punch. The user's HP is restored by half |
|
the damage taken by the target.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Dynamic Punch
|
Physical
|
5
|
100
|
50
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user punches the target with full, concentrated power.
|
|
It confuses the target if it hits.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Final Gambit
|
Special
|
5
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user risks everything to attack its target. The user
|
|
faints but does damage equal to the user's HP.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Flying Press
|
Physical
|
10
|
80
|
95
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user dives down onto the target from the sky. This move |
|
is Fighting and Flying type simultaneously.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Focus Blast
|
Special
|
5
|
120
|
70
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user heightens its mental focus and unleashes its power. |
|
It may also lower the target's Sp. Def.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Focus Punch
|
Physical
|
20
|
150
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user focuses its mind before launching a punch. It will |
|
fail if the user is hit before it is used.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Force Palm
|
Physical
|
10
|
60
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target is attacked with a shock wave. It may also leave |
|
the target with paralysis.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Hammer Arm
|
Physical
|
10
|
100
|
90
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user swings and hits with its strong and heavy fist. It |
|
lowers the user's Speed, however.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| High Jump Kick |
Physical
|
10
|
130
|
90
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|

| Description: The target is attacked with a knee kick from a jump. If it


|
|
misses, the user is hurt instead.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Jump Kick
|
Physical
|
10
|
100
|
95
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user jumps up high, then strikes with a kick. If the kick |
|
misses, the user hurts itself.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Karate Chop
|
Physical
|
25
|
50
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target is attacked with a sharp chop. Critical hits land |
|
more easily.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Low Kick
|
Physical
|
20
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: A powerful low kick that makes the target fall over. It
|
|
inflicts greater damage on heavier targets.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Low Sweep
|
Physical
|
20
|
65
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks the target's legs swiftly, reducing the
|
|
target's Speed stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Mach Punch
|
Physical
|
30
|
40
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user throws a punch at blinding speed. It is certain to |
|
strike first.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Mat Block
|
Other
|
15
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: Using a pulled-up mat as a shield, the user protects itself |
|
and its allies from damaging moves. This does not stop status |
|
moves.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Power-Up Punch |
Physical
|
30
|
40
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: Striking opponents over and over makes the user's fists
|
|
harder. Hitting a target raises the Attack stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Quick Guard
|
Other
|
15
|
-|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user protects itself and its allies from priority moves. |
|
If used in succession, its chance of failing rises.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Revenge
|
Physical
|
10
|
60
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: An attack move that inflicts double the damage if the user
|
|
has been hurt by the opponent in the same turn.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Reversal
|
Physical
|
15
|
-|
100
|

|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: An all-out attack that becomes more powerful the less HP the |
|
user has.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Rock Smash
|
Physical
|
15
|
40
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks with a punch that can shatter a rock. It may |
|
also lower the target's Defense stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Rolling Kick
|
Physical
|
15
|
60
|
85
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user lashes out with a quick, spinning kick. It may also |
|
make the target flinch.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Sacred Sword
|
Physical
|
20
|
90
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks by slicing with its long horns. The target's |
|
stat changes don't affect this attack's damage.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Seismic Toss
|
Physical
|
20
|
-|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target is thrown using the power of gravity. It inflicts |
|
damage equal to the user's level.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Sky Uppercut
|
Physical
|
15
|
85
|
90
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks the target with an uppercut thrown skyward |
|
with force.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Storm Throw
|
Physical
|
10
|
60
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user strikes the target with a fierce blow. This attack |
|
always results in a critical hit.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Submission
|
Physical
|
25
|
80
|
80
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user grabs the target and recklessly dives for the ground.|
|
It also hurts the user slightly.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Superpower
|
Physical
|
5
|
120
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks the target with great power. However, it also|
|
lowers the user's Attack and Defense.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Triple Kick
|
Physical
|
10
|
10
|
90
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: A consecutive three-kick attack that becomes more powerful
|
|
with each successive hit.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Vacuum Wave
|
Special
|
30
|
40
|
100
|

|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user whirls its fists to send a wave of pure vacuum at
|
|
the target. This move always goes first.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Vital Throw
|
Physical
|
10
|
70
|
-|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks last. In return, this throw move is
|
|
guaranteed not to miss.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Wake-Up Slap
|
Physical
|
10
|
60
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: This attack inflicts big damage on a sleeping target. It also |
|
wakes the target up, however.
|
'~._________________________________________________________________________,~'

_______ __
|
___|__|.----.-----.
|
___| || _| -__|
[vs5012]
_______________________|___|___|__||__|_|_____|________________________
.~^||||`~.
|
Attack Name
|
Category
|
PP
|
Attack
| Accuracy |
|-------------------+----------------+----------+--------------+--------------|
| Blast Burn
|
Special
|
5
|
150
|
90
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target is razed by a fiery explosion. The user must rest |
|
on the next turn, however.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Blaze Kick
|
Physical
|
10
|
85
|
90
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user launches a kick that lands a critical hit more
|
|
easily. It may also leave the target with a burn.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Ember
|
Special
|
25
|
40
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target is attacked with small flames. It may also leave |
|
the target with a burn.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Eruption
|
Special
|
5
|
150
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks the opposing team with explosive fury. The |
|
lower the user's HP, the less powerful this attack becomes. |
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Fiery Dance
|
Special
|
10
|
80
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: Cloaked in flames, the user dances and flaps its wings. It
|
|
may also raise the user's Sp. Atk stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Fire Blast
|
Special
|
5
|
110
|
85
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target is attacked with an intense blast of all-consuming |
|
fire. It may also leave the target with a burn.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||

| Fire Fang
|
Physical
|
15
|
65
|
95
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user bites with flame-cloaked fangs. It may also make the |
|
target flinch or leave it burned.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Fire Pledge
|
Special
|
10
|
80
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: A column of fire hits opposing Pokmon. When used with its
|
|
Grass equivalent, its damage increases into a vast sea of
|
|
fire.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Fire Punch
|
Physical
|
15
|
75
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target is punched with a fiery fist. It may also leave
|
|
the target with a burn.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Fire Spin
|
Special
|
15
|
35
|
85
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target becomes trapped within a fierce vortex of fire
|
|
that rages for four to five turns.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Flame Burst
|
Special
|
15
|
70
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks the target with a bursting flame. The
|
|
bursting flame damages Pokmon next to the target as well.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Flame Charge
|
Physical
|
20
|
50
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user cloaks itself with flame and attacks. Building up
|
|
more power, it raises the user's Speed stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Flame Wheel
|
Physical
|
25
|
60
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user cloaks itself in fire and charges at the target. It |
|
may also leave the target with a burn.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Flamethrower
|
Special
|
15
|
90
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The target is scorched with an intense blast of fire. It may |
|
also leave the target with a burn.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Flare Blitz
|
Physical
|
15
|
120
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user cloaks itself in fire and charges at the target.
|
|
The user sustains serious damage and may leave the target
|
|
burned.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Heat Wave
|
Special
|
10
|
95
|
90
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks by exhaling hot breath on the opposing team. |
|
It may also leave targets with a burn.
|

|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Incinerate
|
Special
|
15
|
30
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks the target with fire. If the target is
|
|
holding a Berry, the Berry becomes burnt up and unusable.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Inferno
|
Special
|
5
|
100
|
50
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks by engulfing the target in an intense fire. |
|
It leaves the target with a burn.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Lava Plume
|
Special
|
15
|
80
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: An inferno of scarlet flames torches everything around the
|
|
user. It may leave targets with a burn.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Mystical Fire
|
Special
|
10
|
65
|
100
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------------|
| Description: The user attacks by breathing a special, hot fire. This also |
|
lowers the target's Sp. Atk stat.
|
|_____________________________________________________________________________|
||||||
| Overheat
|
Special
|
5
|
130
|
90
|
|-------------------'----------------'----------'--------------'--------