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Route 229

Route 229

This should be a simple straightforward route. In the high grass area there is a man that is not easy to see due to the trees that will give you two nuggets if you talk with him twice. Also one of the trainers is also hidden and will require some observation to find because of the trees. You will need Cut for finding two of the items. In the southern most area where two of the trainers are, there are two paths. Going west will take you to Route 230, while going east takes you to Resort Area. Let's go to Resort Area first.

Resort Area

Resort Area

There isn't much to do here aside from a few different things and notably this is the only place in the game besides Twinleaf Town not to have a Poké Mart or similar establishment so you can't buy items here.

Ribbon Syndicate

Located in the large building in the northeastern part of town. This is a very hard building to get into as you must have 10 different kinds of Ribbons on your current party just to be permitted entry and accepted as a member so you need to focus on winning different kinds of Contests just to have a chance of being permitted entry.

Much like with the massage therapist in Veilstone City their spa treatment to which you may be able to use once a day can also be used to increase a Pokémon's happiness factor. One difference is that it can also be used on Pokémon eggs, enabling the Pokémon that hatches from that egg to already possess that increased happiness factor. Also you can purchase rare ribbons not found elsewhere at very high prices.

Villa

Located in the southeastern area of town. Once you arrive the previous owner will turn over the house to you and help you get a table. You can purchase other furniture with the booklet found on the table at high prices, allowing you to decorate similar to the Secret Base found in the Underground. One major difference is visited by other characters like the Sinnoh Gym Leaders, Professor Rowan, Lucas/Dawn, Barry, and the your character's mother. See this list for more details.

Route 230

For the last numbered route in the game this is pretty much an easy route to go through since all you have to do is Surf to the other side to reach the Fight Area. As long as you have both a Grass and Electric-type type with you then you should have no problems. You will need Rock Smash for the small island found on this route to reach all the items (2 of them are hidden) found on it. Now lets go after the remaining legendary Pokémon, so we'll go to Snowpoint Temple first.

Snowpoint Temple

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Snowpoint Temple (1F)
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Snowpoint Temple (BF1)

You will need Regirock, Regice, and Registeel for this mission if you want a chance of facing and catching Regigigas. Your only options is to migrate them from Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald through Pal Park or with the aid of a Regigigas received from a special event, keep it in your party to collect all three.

When you approach the temple the guard states that you are not qualified to enter, but Candice appears and vouches for you which allows you to enter.

1F

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Snowpoint Temple (BF2)

Travel down the stairs to BF1.

BF1

Carefully slide down the ice and reach the stairs to BF2.

BF2

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Snowpoint Temple (BF3)

Rock Smash can help here although you do not actually need it. After following the path take the stairs to BF3.

BF3

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Snowpoint Temple (BF4)

The sliding on the ice is a bit tricky. Your main objective is to first slide on the ice until you got to the part where there is no ice. Next slide ←, ↑, →, then ↑ to reach the stairs. You can now go to BF4.

B4F

While there is nothing to worry about you can use Strength and move the boulder ↑, →, → to be able to reach the item. When ready use the stairs to descend to BF5, the final floor.

BF5

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Snowpoint Temple (BF5)

While this new sliding puzzle looks difficult, it can be easy with the right steps. From the tile next to the first rock nearest your entry point travel ↓ to reach the unfrozen tile southwest of Regigigas. Now very carefully travel in this order ↓, →, ↑, ←, ↓, →, ↑ to reach Regigigas. If you have the three Regis in your party then Regigigas will awaken and face you when you interact with it. Save before that happens.


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Types:
Normal Unknown
Ability:
Slow Start
Held item:
None
Regigigas Lv.1
Dizzy Punch
Normal Physical
Knock Off
Dark Physical
Confuse Ray
Ghost Status
Foresight
Normal Status

With Regigigas at the measly level of 1, just Paralyze and False Swipe it and then catch it. Hopefully it won't be too much trouble. Now return to Mt. Coronet's south area and return to Spear Pillar for the final part of the game.

Spear Pillar (second visit)

Before going to Mt. Coronet and the Spear Pillar, return to Celestic Town and talk to Cynthia's grandmother as it is crucial. If you got the Adamant Orb and Lustrous Orb at Mt. Coronet earlier after beating the Sunyshore Gym then Cynthia's grandmother will explain their connection to Dialga and Palkia. Now they will appear when you return to Spear Pillar.

The way this works is that you'll see a blue jewel which is another dimension where Dialga is, interact with it to challenge Dialga. After this leave Spear Pillar for Mt. Coronet and quickly return where this time a purple colored jewel will appear for Palkia which can be done the same way.

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Types:
Steel Dragon
Ability:
Pressure
Held item:
None
Dialga Lv.70
Roar of Time
Dragon Special
Heal Block
Psychic Status
Earth Power
Ground Special
Slash
Normal Physical
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Types:
Water Dragon
Ability:
Pressure
Held item:
None
Palkia Lv.70
Spacial Rend
Dragon Special
Heal Block
Psychic Status
Earth Power
Ground Special
Slash
Normal Physical

When you face them, be careful as they are at Lv. 70, the same as Heatran. Make sure your team is at least Lv. 63 or higher. Quickly paralyze them and then weaken them with moves that cause normal damage and then work on catching them. While they may have Earth Power to counter Steel-types that could withstand their other moves, certain Steel-types like Forretress, Scizor, and Skarmory are better suited as their other types help prevent them from taking super effective damage. With Ultra Balls or Dusk Balls it shouldn't be too hard to catch them.

When now that pretty much covers everything in the game and all that you can do at this point is challenge the Elite Four, Battleground, and Battle Frontier. Also once you've collected all the Pokémon in the game and traded in the ones you can't get in the game, go to the Hotel Grand Lake on Valor Lakefront and meet the Game Freak director to get your Diploma for completing your Pokédex.

← Part 25 Stark Mountain, Survival Area (second visit), Stark Mountain (second visit), Route 228
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