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There are various differences among the underwater routes. What remains the same, however, is that they follow the general path of the deep water above them. Sometimes, there will be {{DL|Tall grass|seaweed}} along the path; this is very similar to the tall grass of the surface world, where [[wild Pokémon]] appear. This is the only situation where the {{ball|Dive}} operates at full effectiveness{{tt|*|Until Generation IV, where it is as effective on the surface}}.
 
There are various differences among the underwater routes. What remains the same, however, is that they follow the general path of the deep water above them. Sometimes, there will be {{DL|Tall grass|seaweed}} along the path; this is very similar to the tall grass of the surface world, where [[wild Pokémon]] appear. This is the only situation where the {{ball|Dive}} operates at full effectiveness{{tt|*|Until Generation IV, where it is as effective on the surface}}.
   
While underwater players can reach otherwise unreachable areas of the routes they are on, which often hide rare items. In {{3v2|Ruby|Sapphire|Emerald}}, it is one of two ways to obtain [[shard]]s, which can later be exchanged for [[evolutionary stone]]s, the other being to obtain them from wild Pokémon that are holding them.
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While underwater, players can reach otherwise unreachable areas of the routes they are on, which often hide rare items. In {{3v2|Ruby|Sapphire|Emerald}}, it is one of two ways to obtain [[shard]]s, which can later be exchanged for [[evolutionary stone]]s, the other being to obtain them from wild Pokémon that are holding them.
   
 
Among all underwater locations, only the underwater sections of Routes {{rtn|127|Hoenn}} and {{rtn|128|Hoenn}} connect.
 
Among all underwater locations, only the underwater sections of Routes {{rtn|127|Hoenn}} and {{rtn|128|Hoenn}} connect.

Revision as of 09:01, 11 December 2012

This article is about the Hoenn underwater. For the underwater location in Unova, see Abyssal Ruins.
Underwater すいちゅう
Underwater
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
Hoenn Route 128 underwater RSE.png
Map description: {{{mapdesc}}}
Location: Eastern Hoenn
Region: Hoenn
Generations: III
Hoenn RSE Map.png
Location of Underwater in Hoenn.
Pokémon world locations

Underwater areas (Japanese: すいちゅう Underwater) are special locations in Hoenn.

Location

Underwater routes can only be accessed by using the move Dive outside of battle. This requires HM08 (Dive) and HM03 (Surf) on party Pokémon, as well as the Balance Badge and Mind Badge.

Route description

There are various differences among the underwater routes. What remains the same, however, is that they follow the general path of the deep water above them. Sometimes, there will be seaweed along the path; this is very similar to the tall grass of the surface world, where wild Pokémon appear. This is the only situation where the Dive Ball operates at full effectiveness*.

While underwater, players can reach otherwise unreachable areas of the routes they are on, which often hide rare items. In Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, it is one of two ways to obtain shards, which can later be exchanged for evolutionary stones, the other being to obtain them from wild Pokémon that are holding them.

Among all underwater locations, only the underwater sections of Routes 127 and 128 connect.

Pokémon

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
170 Chinchou
R S E
Seaweed Seaweed
20-35 30%
366 Clamperl
R S E
Seaweed Seaweed
20-35 65%
369 Relicanth
R S E
Seaweed Seaweed
30-35 5%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.

Underwater areas



Hoenn
Stone Badge.png Knuckle Badge.png Dynamo Badge.png Heat Badge.png Balance Badge.png Feather Badge.png Mind Badge.png Rain Badge.png
Settlements
Littleroot TownOldale TownPetalburg CityRustboro CityDewford TownSlateport CityMauville CityVerdanturf Town
Fallarbor TownLavaridge TownFortree CityLilycove CityMossdeep CitySootopolis CityPacifidlog TownEver Grande City
Battle FrontierBattle Resort
Routes
101102103104105106107108109110111112113114115116117118
119120121122123124125126127128129130131132133134Underwater
Landmarks
Petalburg WoodsRusturf TunnelIsland CaveGranite CaveAbandoned ShipSea MauvilleOceanic Museum
Seaside Cycling RoadTrick HouseMauville Game CornerNew MauvilleTrainer HillDesert RuinsMirage TowerFiery Path
Jagged PassMt. ChimneyDesert UnderpassMeteor FallsWeather InstituteScorched SlabAncient TombSafari ZoneMt. Pyre
Lilycove MuseumShoal CaveTeam Aqua HideoutTeam Magma HideoutMossdeep Space CenterSeafloor CavernCave of Origin
Mirage IslandSky PillarVictory RoadSealed ChamberArtisan CaveAltering CaveSouthern IslandMarine CaveTerra Cave
Contest HallBattle MaisonBattle TowerBattle TentSecret IsletSecret MeadowSecret Shore
Mirage spots

Mirage CavesMirage ForestsMirage IslandsMirage Mountains
Crescent IsleFabled CaveGnarled DenNameless CavernPathless PlainTrackless Forest

Access to
Birth IslandFaraway IslandNavel RockSky


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