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The Road to Conflict Resolution

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Right then, to sum things up we have now progressed to the point in a traditional Pokemon Adventure in which our thoughts would now be turned towards the Elite Four and becoming the Pokemon Regional Champion. But this is not a traditional adventure, as in addition to that goal (which is usually a rather daunting one in itself) we also need to resolve the outstanding story mode, and deal with Team Plasma, who as you have recently learned, are a LOT more dangerous than we previously understood.

So with your last Gym Badge in hand there is no need to worry about being able to control the odd Pokemon or ten, and that means we can stop thinking about that. Our first thoughts should be to visit the Pokemon Center and heal our team, then visit the shop counter inside and re-supply, particularly with respect to the higher level Poke Balls - and having 40 or more of each would not be a bad idea at all!

Once you have healed and supplied your team, go ahead and save the game even if you already did after the battle.

When we exited the Gym Hugh asked us to cover Route 22 while he covered the other Route, and that is just what we will be doing now! To make our way to Route 22, which we reach by heading onto the docks behind the Gym and then left, crossing over and around to reach the far beach, which is where the Route Begins.

Audino is the secret to fast leveling for your team
Audino is the secret to fast leveling for your team

Route 22

First and foremost despite the fact that we are technically on a mission there is still the matter of the mundane concerns we are always facing with each new area, and those are trainer battles, hidden items, Treasure Balls, and of course Wild Pokemon.

Using our Dowser on Route 22 gains us a Carbos, and a Green Shard.

A sharp look around for Treasure Balls on the Route will secure a PP Up, Poison Barb, Rare Candy, Red Shard, and Max Potion.

With respect to Wild Pokemon you will find the following available here:

Dex No. Name Type Location
162 Amoongus Grass/Poison Tall/Dark Grass
36 Audino Normal Shaking Grass
32 Azumarill Water Shaking Grass / Water Holes
104 Basculin Water Surfing / Water Holes
254 Delibird Ice/Flying Tall/Dark Grass
144 Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass
29 Golduck Water Tall/Dark Grass
214 Lunatone Rock/Psychic Tall/Dark Grass
31 Marill Water Tall/Dark Grass, Surf/Water Holes
219 Mienfoo Fight Tall/Dark Grass
213 Pelipper Water/Flying Tall/Dark Grass
215 Solrock Rock/Psychic Tall/Dark Grass

The Wild Pokemon to be found here include Level 39 to 45 Amoongus, Delibird, Golduck, Lunatone, Marill, Mienfoo, Pelipper, and Solrock in the grass, while in the shaking grass we will find Audino, Azumarill, and Emolga. In the water using Surf we will find Basculin and Marill, and in the blue holes in the water, Azumarill, Basculin, and Marill. Of these Pokemon, the only ones that we should actually need for our collection are Delibird, and Mienfoo assuming that you have been following the guide.

Once you have collected those two, our battles include:

Ace Trainer Shel who has a Level 47 Starmie and a Level 47 Drapion and pays $2820.

Backpacker Myra has a Level 45 Vanillite and a Level 45 Bouffalant and pays $1080.

A Legendary Pokemon called Terrakion
A Legendary Pokemon called Terrakion

Capturing Terrakion

As you reach the next rise you find yourself confronting the Legendary Terrakion and your old friend Colress shows up both to talk about that Pokemon and your situation, and to gift you with the Colress Machine (Colress MCHN) – a Key Item that according to Colress will energize Pokemon.

Remember that the idea here is to capture him, not kill him, so try not to use a move you know will KO him, right? With Terrakion now safely occupying a slot in your Storage System it would be an idea to head back to the Pokemon Center to heal, re-supply, and save your game!

Back on Route 22

Pokemon Breeder Addison has a Level 45 Camerupt and a Level 45 Grumpig and pays you $1440.

Hiker Justin has a Level 45 Nosepass and a Level 45 Steelix and pays $1440.

Backpacker Lowell has a Level 45 Swinub and a Level 45 Darmanitan and pays $1080.

Ace Trainer Lucca has a Level 47 Arcanine and a Level 47 Excadrill and pays $2820.

The Giant Chasm

The large cave opening is sure to draw you in, and while you only have limited access to the Chasm at this point – a pair of Plasma Grunts you cannot battle are blocking the way – you do have access to what constitutes the first path, and that means you have access to Wild Pokemon from the Chasm! The duo of Grunts lets slip that the others are coming via Route 21, so bear that in mind and go ahead and scare up some Pokemon.

Dex No. Name Type Location
89 Clefairy Normal Just Walk
254 Delibird Ice/Flying Just Walk
77 Excadrill Ground/Steel Dust Clouds
214 Lunatone Rock/Psychic Just Walk
259 Piloswine Ice/Ground Just Walk
252 Sneasel Dark/Ice Just Walk
215 Solrock Rock/Psychic Just Walk
256 Vanillish Ice Just Walk

Head inside to find Level 44 to 47 Clefairy, Delibird, Lunatone, Piloswine, Sneasel, Vanillish in the main area and Excadrill in Dust Clouds.

In the Dust Clouds you can also find Dark Gems, Flying Gems, Normal Gems, and Water Gems.

Of the Pokemon that you can capture here, Clefairy, Piloswine, Sneasel, and Vanillish are the obvious ones you need to get, and maybe Delibird if you did not get him before. Once you have them though, that pretty much wraps up what you can do here, now, so exit the Chasm and return to the city, and then head out onto Route 21.

Mantine is a convenient Water/Flying Type
Mantine is a convenient Water/Flying Type

Route 21

The only Pokemon that you are going to find here are all in the water, and there will be a mix of other events to be undertaken as well, so head back to town and hit the Center, heal, re-supply, and save, and then head down to the beach to the south and Surf in!

Dex No. Name Type Location
182 Alomomola Water Water Holes
180 Frillish Water/Ghost Surfing
181 Jellicent Water/Ghost Water Holes
234 Mantine Water/Flying Water Holes
233 Mantyke Water/Flying Surfing
235 Remoraid Water Surfing

Wild Pokemon on the route include Level 32 to 45 Frillish, Mantine, Mantyke, and Remoraid in the Surf, and in the water holes you will find Alomomola, Jellicent, and Mantine. Since you have been following the guide you do not need to collect any of them, as you should already have them, but if not then grab the one or two you need, and then continue on.

Swimmer Desiree has a Level 46 Wailord, and pays $736.

Swimmer Kaoru has a pair of Level 45 Remoraid and pays $720.

Swimmer Harold has a Level 46 Octillery and pays $736.

Black Belt Kenneth has a Level 47 Crustle and pays $1504.

On the sandbar is a Treasure Ball with a Big Pearl that you should be sure to grab.

Swimmer Kyle has a pair of Level 45 Wingull and pays $720.

Doctor Braid is waiting at the beach where the cave entrance is located, and has a Level 46 Alomomola and pays $2760 and heals your team after the battle.

Dewgong is a Water/Ice Type found in Water Holes
Dewgong is a Water/Ice Type found in Water Holes

Seaside Cave

You will recall that we previously visited the Seaside Cave but could not enter – well this time we have found an entrance that we can enter – and not only that, there are a few Pokemon here that we still need to catch, so roll up your sleeves and let's get busy!

Dex No. Name Type Location
69 Boldore Rock Just Walk / Both Areas
266 Dewgong Water/Ice Water Holes
178 Elektrik Electric Just Walk / Second Area
77 Excadrill Ground/Steel Dust Clouds / Both Areas
180 Frillish Water/Ghost Surf
29 Golduck Water Just Walk / Both Areas
181 Jellicent Water/Ghost Water Holes
265 Seel Water Just Walk / First Area / Surfing / Water Holes
232 Shuckle Bug/Rock Just Walk / Second Area
177 Tynamo Electric Just Walk / First Area
66 Woobat Psychic/Flying Just Walk / Both Areas

Of the Wild Pokemon that you will find here, assuming that you have been following the guide you should only need to collect a Dewgong, Elektrik, Seel, and Shuckle. If you need others, well then collect them :)

Battle Girl Tia has a Level 47 Heracross and pays $1504.

Nearby is a Treasure Ball with a Full Restore in it, so grab that and then double back and over the ledge for the next battle.

Pokemon Ranger Mikiko has a Level 46 Vibrava and a Level 46 Gligar and pays $2760, gifting you with a Persim Berry as well.

Use our Dowser to grab the Blue Shard south of the battle, then continue south to find a Treasure Ball with a Dive Ball in it; south of that over the ledge is Pokemon Ranger Johan, who has a Level 46 Onix and a Level 46 Lairon and pays $2760 gifting you with a Persim Berry.

Continue farther south and you arrive at the previous entrance that we found that was blocked off, but now that we have approached from inside the trainer will battle with us!

Black Belt Rocky has four Level 44 Roggenrola, and pays $1408 and he departs, leaving the entrance open and available. Backtrack to the area above the ledges and make your way over the ledges and down the stairs then under the bridge.

Black Belt Drago has a Level 47 Scrafty and pays $1504.

At this point we are standing on the edge of a large underground pond, and there is nothing for it but to Surf out into it! Remember that you can get a Dewgong in the water holes, so before you Surf out it might be an idea to run back and forth and spawn water holes to clear until you capture one for your collection! To make that process just a bit easier you can Surf and then use the Repel trick to avoid wild encounters, but be aware that this can also raise Dust Clouds, and you have to clear those before a Water Hole will form.

On the little island in the water is a Treasure Ball with a Heart Scale, so be sure to grab that and then Surf up the strait to the far end.

Crustle is easy to mistake for a rock
Crustle is easy to mistake for a rock

If you look there is a suspiciously Pokemon-shaped block near the exit up the stairs that, if you use the Colress Machine on, comes to life! Capture that Crustle to add it to your collection, and then use your Dowser and go north to grab the concealed Calcium.

Ignore the exit here for now, we have some other things to do first... And remember that in addition to the odd Pokemon the Dust Clouds also have a variety of Gems, including Fire Gems.

Level 2

Head down the stairs beside the water and you will enter Level 2, in which there are to be found some giant boulders to be pushed into holes as well as a Treasure Ball with a Max Repel. Push the boulders into the holes to create the path, starting with the bottom one.

That leads you to a battle with Battle Girl Maki, who has a Level 47 Mienfoo and pays $1504.

Carefully push each of the boulders into its proper hole without making any mistakes and you clear the path to the Treasure Ball with the Rare Candy in the center, as well as the exit and a battle with Black Belt Rich who has a Level 47 Gurdurr and pays $1504.

The stairs take you back to Level 1 and an area you could not reach before, at the top of which is a Treasure Ball with TM06 Toxic that was well worth collecting.

If you head south over the ledge here you will be at the entrance you first entered by, and you can go outside and heal up your team. If you have yet to collect all of the Pokemon you need this is a good idea, and actually it is a good idea to heal your team anyway for the next leg in this journey!

Once you have done so and assuming you have all of the Pokemon you needed to collect, retrace your steps to the place where the stairs lead up to that exit,turn and click on the square boulder to be prompted to use the Colress Machine, at which point you will discover (if you did not do this before) that it is actually a Pokemon called Crustle! Go ahead and capture it now, and then head outside.

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