Sea Mauville

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Sea Mauville シーキンセツ
Sea Kinsetsu
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
Hoenn Sea Mauville surface ORAS.png
Map description: A facility that was decommissioned dozens of years ago. It is now maintained as a natural preserve.
Location: North of Route 108
Region: Hoenn
Generations: VI
Hoenn Sea Mauville Map.png
Location of Sea Mauville in Hoenn.
Pokémon world locations

Sea Mauville (Japanese: シーキンセツ Sea Kinsetsu) is a decrepit research facility in the Hoenn region located to the north of Route 108. The second part of the structure can only be accessed by using Dive and contains the Scanner.

Sea Mauville includes both the decrepit platform itself as well as the water area and sandbar outside of the facility; the northern exterior can only be accessed by travelling underwater inside the platform using Dive.

Sea Mauville takes the place of the Abandoned Ship from Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald.

Geography

In Omega Ruby, at the end of the beam that extends a significant distance west and upwards from the platform, a portal appears if the player has the Clear Bell. Interacting with this portal will initiate a battle with Ho-Oh. In Alpha Sapphire, at the control desk in the submerged control room, a portal appears if the player has the Tidal Bell. Interacting with this portal will initiate a battle with Lugia.

After defeating or capturing Kyogre/Groudon, in the first (southeastern/lower left) room of the northern (right-hand) dry corridor, when the player enters the room the message "It feels as though you're being watched" will be displayed. If the player then stands in the top-left corner of the room and opens a menu such that they cannot see the overworld, upon returning the screen to display the overworld the Odd Keystone will appear, enabling the player to battle Spiritomb. The Odd Keystone will also appear if the player saves at that position and loads that save; in this case, this effectively means that the player cannot continue without battling Spiritomb.

History

Sea Mauville was a facility commissioned by Greater Mauville Holdings and led by Wattson to extract the natural resources of the ocean. Members of the staff included Captain Stern, Dock, Professor Cozmo's father Raizoh, and Cap'n Salty. Due to several incidents, such as the closure of New Mauville, the facility was closed. After its closure, an environmental survey discovered that the ruins had created a unique habitat for Pokémon and plants, such as mangroves, which only grow there and in Mossdeep City. Because of this, its demolition was canceled, and the ruin was revived as a natural preserve.

Slogans

"There is a worn-out sign. Sea Mauville's 10 slogans for a cheerful and fun workplace."
"01. Say good morning very loudly."
"02. Don't bring Pokémon to your workplace."
"03. Always arrive on time. Always stay late."
"04. Lay your life on the line in safety checks."
"05. Take joint responsibility for teamwork."
"06. Obey your superior's orders absolutely."
"07. Maintain top quality. Give up your sanity."
"08. Worship and praise the founder."
"09. Don't expect time off before you retire."
"10. No need to think. Just work unceasingly."

Company song

"There's a crumpled piece of paper inside. "Sea Mauville Company Song" is written on it."
"1. The daybreak shines on Route 108. Wake up, our towering fort. For the bright future Hoenn, We won't take our days off. Dig through, dig out great energy. Ah, Sea Mauville, Sea Mauville, Sea Mauville."
"2. The bright light shines on Route 108. Intensely shiny, our fort. Swear your selfless devotion. Unionization is out of the question. Dig through, dig out great energy. Ah, Sea Mauville, Sea Mauville, Sea Mauville."
"3. Darkness descends on Route 108. Tonight again sleepless, our fort. Drive away our competitors. We won't take our overtime pay. Dig through, dig out great energy. Ah, Sea Mauville, Sea Mauville, Sea Mauville."

Old note

"There's an old note at the back of the cabinet with broken glass."
"Finally, the date of closing has been decided. I can't say thank you enough to Stern, who invited us to his shipyard when we would have been left adrift. Dock, who's done a dirty job, and I can both start with a clean slate. The only way we can repay him is to support his business with our skills."

Confidential documents

The document is found in a file cabinet in Room 2. The text of the document differs depending on whether Omega Ruby or Alpha Sapphire is being played.

"The file labeled "CONFIDENTIAL" contains stained documents. The documents have dates way before you were born."
"De— Sec— Investi— —port"
"The develop— on new —rgy turned out to be true. The ene— that uses —kémo— bio—rgy is called —inity Ener—."
"Investi— Report on Wa—"
"A series of actions related to cancellation of the —w Mauvil— Proje— tur— out to be true. I recom— prompt discip— action against him as a traitor to our group."
"Do— Team E Leader, —ative Group —"
"—von Secret —gation Re—"
"The —ment on new ene— turned out to be true. The —rgy that uses Po—on's —ene— is called Inf— —gy."
"—gation Report on —son"
"A series of actions related to cancellation of the New —lle Project —ned out to be true. I —mend prompt —linary action against him as a traitor to our group."
"—ck Team E Leader, Opera— Group —"
  • Combined
"Devon Secret Investigation Report"
"The development on new energy turned out to be true. The energy that uses Pokémon's bioenergy is called Infinity Energy."
"Investigation Report on Wattson"
"A series of actions related to cancellation of the New Mauville Project turned out to be true. I recommend prompt disciplinary action against him as a traitor to our group."
"Dock Team E Leader, Operative Group —"

Card

"A card is on the chair with warped legs. Some parts are missing."
"Sea Mauv—e Employee I— C—rd"
"—a— —z—"
"Ware— team R, Storage Group —1"

Moldy card

"It's a card that has mold growing on it."
"Sea Mauville Employee ID"
"Group Leader Stern"
"Excavation Unit No. 8 (Team I)"

Apology

The bookshelf that the player examines in order to fight Spiritomb holds papers describing that Raizoh Cozmo was held responsible for losing an Odd Keystone that was donated to the Sea Mauville by the Oreburgh Mine in Sinnoh.

"The file folder holds a stack of ragged papers."
"Official Statem— of Apolog—"
"I, —izo— Co—mo, am respon— for the los— of the Odd Keystone dona—d...by the Oreb—gh Mine..."
"The rest is too damaged to make out..."

Old papers

"In the dusty bookcase are old papers covered in detailed statements and records of payments made. The text is blurred in places and hard to read."
"Sea—ville...servi—nvoice..."
"Name: Ra— Coz—o"
"Base—ay: $—85—9"
"Overtim—bursement: $1—23"
"The rest is too damaged to make out."

Magazine clipping

"It's a tattered clipping from an old magazine cover. On the cover is a young lady who looks like Lisia."
"Termination of New Mauville Project Officially Announced at Last! Serious Talks Begin about the Closure of Sea Mauville! Cries of Concern Erupt from Staff Members Working at Sea Mauville! Greater Mauville Holdings Reps Remain Tight-Lipped about the Issues! Project Leader Wattson Weighs In on Problems Plaguing New Mauville!"
"The rest of the magazine has been torn away..."

Notebook

The man with no power may be the same as the one in Apartment 11 in Mauville Hills.

"It's an old, hide-bound notebook."
"The damage caused by the cancellation of the New Mauville project has been catastrophic. As a member of the management, much of the blame and the debts will fall upon me. But that will be little consolation to the employees working under me who will lose their livelihoods. I couldn't do a thing for them... I'm a man with no power... Protecting nature and Pokémon and the environment... It's great as an idea. It's a fine ideal to aspire to. And Wattson is a great man for dreaming of it all. But cruel reality and the organization that I must try to preserve have dashed those dreams. I couldn't do a thing for him... I'm a man with no power..." This is the last page with writing on it. Other pages have been torn out."

Newsletter

"There are dirty papers inside the cabinet..."
"Sea Mau—nal Newsletter #389"
"We ha— a new winne—he monthly slogan—mpetition! It's—alty—the lea—Storage Unit No. 1— ith— Don't dirty the seas with pollution and dumping! Dirty your uniform with sweat and hard work! In recog—of his win, Cap'n Sal—will—ceive a Rocky—met and—yperior! —everyone will kee—slogan in the—hearts and—as they giv—re all again—s month!"

Letters

Five letters, a photograph, and a drawing are found in the northeastern (lower-right) room in the northern (right-hand) dry corridor:

  • First:
"Dear Daddy,
"How are you? Are you working really hard? I'm doing well. I'm doing all my homework, and I'm helping at home, too. Mommy's working hard and makes us dinner every night. Do you have to work this weekend? Are you going to come home? If you come home, take me to see the star show, OK?
"Takao Cozmo
"P. S. I'm going to send you the picture I drew at the Trainers' School."
  • Second:
It looked like another letter, but it's a drawing. The drawing is of a boy's face, and written next to it are the words "I love you, Daddy."
  • Third:
"Dear Daddy,
"How are you? Are you working really hard? I was sad that you didn't come last weekend. But Mommy didn't seem so sad. She went out with her friend. I finally got that telescope that I've been wanting. It was from you, wasn't it? Thanks, Daddy. I really, really wanted it. I like looking at the sky, Daddy. When I look at the stars, I wonder if you are looking at the same stars, too. Let's look at the stars together, next time you come home.
"—Takao Cozmo"
  • Fourth:
"Dear Daddy,
"How are you? You aren't working too hard, are you? You never come home anymore. I'm worried if you're OK. Mommy goes out with her friends a lot. It seems like fun, so I guess she's doing OK. The Shelgon that you gave me evolved the other day. But I liked it better when it was a Shelgon and it looked like a Meteorite. Salamence was kind of a letdown, so I asked a friend to trade it for his Solrock. I'm sorry, Daddy. I know it was a present, but I think Solrock is cooler. When it gets dark tonight, I'm going to look at the stars again. I'll think of you when I do.
"—Takao Cozmo"
  • Fifth:
"Dear Daddy,
"I was really, really happy to get to meet you the other day. It was so fun playing together again and going to see the star show, too, even if it was just the two of us. It was sad that Mommy couldn't go, and even more sad when you and Mommy fought that night. I'll study hard, just like you told me, and I'll be a good boy, so don't fight. But let me keep watching the stars, even if I have to do all my homework, too. When I grow up, I want to be a professor and study the stars.
"—Takao Cozmo"
  • Sixth:
"Dear Daddy,
"Thank you for writing to me. I'm doing really well here, so please don't worry about me. I hope I'll see you again someday. I dream about it all the time. I brought the telescope you bought me to our new house. Please don't work too hard, Daddy. I hope you are OK. I will always, always love the stars, and I will always, always love you.
"—Takao Cozmo
"P. S. I'll give you my Hi Skitty doll. Please take care of it for me."
  • Seventh:
It looked like another letter, but it's a photo. There's a little boy holding a telescope, with a woman beside him, looking bored.

Items

Due to the rotation of the camera upon stepping on the platform from the southern exterior, the player needs to press left on the D-pad or circle pad to move north, with all other cardinal directions rotated accordingly. While the camera is not oriented this way while the player is in the southern exterior, it is while in the northern exterior.

Sea Mauville cannot be accessed without Surf, so all items located here require Surf to obtain.

Inside

Item Location Games
Escape Rope Escape Rope Deck, to the south (left) of the scientist  OR  AS 
TM Water VI TM18 (Rain Dance) Deck, northeast (to the lower right) of the scientist  OR  AS 
Max Repel Max Repel Southern (left-hand) dry corridor, near the pool of deep water  OR  AS 
Key to Room 1 Key to Room 1 Northern (right-hand) dry corridor, from female Tuber (requires Dive)  OR  AS 
White Herb White Herb On the north (right-hand) side of the boxes separating the sides of the dry corridor (requires Dive)  OR  AS 
Dive Ball Dive Ball Room 1 (south dry corridor, southwest room), across from the door  OR  AS 
Key to Room 2 Key to Room 2 Room 1 (south dry corridor, southwest room), inside a filing cabinet opposite the door  OR  AS 
Key to Room 6 Key to Room 6 Room 2 (south dry corridor, southeast room), from the Teammates  OR  AS 
Revive Revive Room 2 (south dry corridor, southeast room), to the southeast (lower left) of the Teammates  OR  AS 
Storage Key VI Storage Key Room 4 (north dry corridor, southwest room), next to the bed (requires Dive)  OR  AS 
Destiny Knot Destiny Knot 10% chance of receiving one after a rematch with Young Couple Lois & Hal  OR  AS 
Dawn Stone Dawn Stone 5% chance of receiving one after a rematch with Mysterious Sisters Scall & Ion  OR  AS 

Submerged control room

The control room is underwater, so all items found here necessarily require Dive.

Item Location Games
Scanner Scanner At the bottom of the northern (right-hand) staircase—approximately one tile away from the north (right) railing and three tiles beyond the end of the stairs—after catching or defeating GroudonOR/KyogreAS  OR  AS 

Storage hold

The storage hold can only be accessed from the northern exterior of the platform, so Dive is required to access the room.

Item Location Games
TM Ice VI TM13 (Ice Beam) In the southwest (upper-left) corner of the hold  OR  AS 
Big Nugget Big Nugget ×8
  • South (downwards) from the entrance, near the water
  • The first item ball directly opposite the door
  • On the west (upper) side of the northernmost (rightmost) rectangular box
  • All three item balls in the cluster along the southern (left-hand) wall (×3)
  • The two eastmost (lowest) item balls in the easternmost (lowest) cluster of three item balls (×2)
 OR  AS 
Nugget Nugget ×4
  • In the open, shortly southeast (to the lower left) of the entrance
  • On the east (lower) side of the northernmost (rightmost) rectangular box
  • Directly east (downwards) from the south (left) end of the rectangular box directly opposite the door
  • Along the south (left-hand) wall, the second item ball east (down)
 OR  AS 
Luxury Ball Luxury Ball The westmost (upper) item ball in the easternmost (lowest) cluster of three item balls  OR  AS 
Beedrillite Beedrillite In the southeast (lower-left) corner of the hold  OR  AS 

Outside

Item Location Games
Key to Room 4 Key to Room 4 Northern exterior, from a Fisherman (requires Dive)  OR  AS 

Pokémon

Outside

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Surfing
072 Tentacool
OR AS
Surfing Surfing
15, 20 65%
278 Wingull
OR AS
Surfing Surfing
15, 20 34%
279 Pelipper
OR AS
Surfing Surfing
25 1%
Fishing
072 Tentacool
OR AS
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
5 35%
129 Magikarp
OR AS
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
10, 15 65%
072 Tentacool
OR AS
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
25 35%
129 Magikarp
OR AS
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
25 60%
320 Wailmer
OR AS
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
25 5%
320 Wailmer
OR AS
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
30, 35, 40 100%
Special Pokémon
250 Ho-Oh
OR AS
Premier Ball Only one
50 One
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.

Inside

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Surfing
072 Tentacool
OR AS
Surfing Surfing
15, 20, 25 100%
Fishing
072 Tentacool
OR AS
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
5 35%
129 Magikarp
OR AS
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
10, 15 65%
072 Tentacool
OR AS
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
25 35%
129 Magikarp
OR AS
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
25 60%
320 Wailmer
OR AS
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
25 5%
320 Wailmer
OR AS
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
30, 35, 40 100%
Special Pokémon
442 Spiritomb
OR AS
Premier Ball Only one
50 One
249 Lugia
OR AS
Premier Ball Only one
50 One
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.

Trainers

Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

Trainer Pokémon
Outside
Sailor Duncan
Sailor Duncan
ヒデフミ Hidefumi
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1,120
320 Wailmer Lv.26
No item
067 Machoke Lv.28
No item
Tuber Charlie
Tuber Charlie
マナブ Manabu
Reward: PokémonDollar.png112
341 Corphish Lv.28
No item
Inside
Young Couple Lois & Hal
Young Couple Lois & Hal
アヤとフミ Aya and Fumi
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1,856
Trainer's Eyes/Match Call
314 Illumise Lv.29
No item
313 Volbeat Lv.29
No item
Mysterious Sisters Scall & Ion
Mysterious Sisters Scall & Ion
ネブとセン Nebu & Sen
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1,232
Trainer's Eyes/Match Call
433 Chingling Lv.29
No item
281 Kirlia Lv.28
No item
Rematch
Young Couple Lois & Hal*
Young Couple Lois & Hal*
アヤとフミ Aya and Fumi
Reward: PokémonDollar.png2,176
Trainer's Eyes/Match Call
314 Illumise Lv.34
No item
313 Volbeat Lv.34
No item
Young Couple Lois & Hal*
Young Couple Lois & Hal*
アヤとフミ Aya and Fumi
Reward: PokémonDollar.png2,624
Trainer's Eyes/Match Call
314 Illumise Lv.41
No item
313 Volbeat Lv.41
No item
Young Couple Lois & Hal*
Young Couple Lois & Hal*
アヤとフミ Aya and Fumi
Reward: PokémonDollar.png2,880
Trainer's Eyes/Match Call
314 Illumise Lv.45
No item
313 Volbeat Lv.45
No item
Young Couple Lois & Hal*
Young Couple Lois & Hal*
アヤとフミ Aya and Fumi
Reward: PokémonDollar.png3,264
Trainer's Eyes/Match Call
314 Illumise Lv.51
No item
313 Volbeat Lv.51
No item
Mysterious Sisters Scall & Ion*
Mysterious Sisters Scall & Ion*
ネブとセン Nebu & Sen
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1,760
Trainer's Eyes/Match Call
358 Chimecho Lv.41
No item
282 Gardevoir Lv.40
No item
Mysterious Sisters Scall & Ion*
Mysterious Sisters Scall & Ion*
ネブとセン Nebu & Sen
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1,936
Trainer's Eyes/Match Call
358 Chimecho Lv.45
No item
282 Gardevoir Lv.45
No item
Mysterious Sisters Scall & Ion*
Mysterious Sisters Scall & Ion*
ネブとセン Nebu & Sen
Reward: PokémonDollar.png2,200
Trainer's Eyes/Match Call
358 Chimecho Lv.51
No item
282 Gardevoir Lv.50
No item
Trainers with a PokéNav by their names will be registered in the Trainer's Eyes or Match Call function after the first battle, and may have a rematch with the player with higher-level Pokémon.

Layout

Game Surface Dry corridor and rooms Storage hold Underwater corridor Underwater control room
Omega Ruby Hoenn Sea Mauville surface ORAS.png Hoenn Sea Mauville hull ORAS.png Hoenn Sea Mauville storage hold ORAS.png Hoenn Sea Mauville underwater corridor ORAS.png Hoenn Sea Mauville underwater control room ORAS.png
Alpha Sapphire
 

In the manga

Sea Mauville in Pokémon Adventures

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

The Sea Mauville debuted in Omega Alpha Adventure 5. Mr. Stone had Sapphire and Emerald taken there as part of an operation to prevent a meteoroid from crashing into the planet. Mr. Stone had Mr. Briney transport machines known as the Absorbers to the Sea Mauville, where they were placed inside of the facility.

After resting for the night, Mr. Stone and Steven began their operation. After putting Chic and Sceptile on the Absorbers, Sapphire and Emerald Mega Evolved their Pokémon. Immediately afterward, Mr. Stone and Steven activated the Absorbers, which then began the process of draining the life energy of Chic and Sceptile, much to their Trainers' horror. The life energy was transferred into a machine known as the dimensional shifter, which was to be outfitted to a rocket that would be launched at the meteoroid in order to create a warp hole that would transport it to another location.

Shortly after the process was finished, the area was attacked by Zinnia and a group of Team Magma and Team Aqua Grunts in order to stop the operation. The group fought Zinnia and her allies in order to protect the shifter from being destroyed, but it and Sapphire eventually fell into the hoop of a wild Hoopa, which sent them to another location. With the shifter gone, Zinnia took her attention in stealing Steven's Key Stone, but she was stopped by the arrival of Ruby, who offered up his and Emerald's Key Stones instead.

Trivia

  • The music that plays when battling Ho-Oh and Lugia is the same as in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver.
  • An old magazine found at Sea Mauville features "a young lady who looks like Lisia" on its cover. It is possible that this person is Lisia's mother, Wallace's sister.
  • Both the Prima game guide and game data contain rematch data for Mysterious Sisters Scall & Ion that cannot be accessed in regular gameplay due to Dive (and thus the Mind Badge) being required to find their room key. The battle, which would have been available after the Feather Badge like another rematch here, would have featured a level 34 Chingling and a level 33 Gardevoir.

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Lavandia Sea
Germany Flag.png German Seewoge Malvenfroh
Italy Flag.png Italian Ciclamare
South Korea Flag.png Korean 씨보라 Sea Bora
Spain Flag.png Spanish Malvamar



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