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==Sootopolis City==
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==Route 126==
===Rayquaza to the Rescue===
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[[File:Hoenn Route 126 RSE.png|thumb|Route 126]]
When you return to {{ci|Sootopolis}}, you find the two super-ancient Pokémon still locked in battle. {{p|Rayquaza}} suddenly appears in a beam of green light shining through the storm clouds, and quickly descends to the city. It hovers above the two combatants, and ends the fighting with a single, intimidating roar. {{p|Groudon}} and {{p|Kyogre}} flee, Rayquaza flies off back to [[Sky Pillar]] with another loud cry, and the weather returns to normal.
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[[File:Hoenn Route 126 underwater RSE.png|thumb|left|Route 126 (underwater)]]
   
[[Maxie]], [[Archie]], {{Steven}}, and [[Wallace]] all witness these events from the Gym island. The team leaders realize and accept their mistakes, then leave for [[Mt. Pyre]] to return the [[Red Orb|Red]] and [[Blue Orb]]s. Wallace thanks you on behalf of the people of [[Hoenn]], and gives you {{HM|07|Waterfall}} as a gift. With this, a Pokémon can force its way up a waterfall, but using it requires defeating the Sootopolis Gym first!
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The waters of {{rt|126|Hoenn}} surround a massive crater, inside of which lies [[Sootopolis City]]. There's no way to reach the city from the surface, so the entrance must be hidden beneath the waves.
 
===Move Tutor===
 
Visit the Pokémon Center to prepare for the upcoming Gym. Inside, you find a girl near the bookcase on the left side of the counter. Speak to her, and she offers to teach the move {{m|Double-Edge}} to a Pokémon, one time only.
 
 
===Sootopolis Gym===
 
[[File:Sootopolis Gym 1F E.png|thumb|Sootopolis Gym, 1F]]
 
[[File:Sootopolis Gym B1F E.png|thumb|Sootopolis Gym, B1F]]
 
 
{{sign|E|header}}
 
{{sign|E|title|Sootopolis City Pokémon Gym<br>Leader: Juan}}
 
{{sign|E|The Gym Leader with the beauty of pure water!}}
 
{{sign|E|footer}}
 
 
The [[Sootopolis Gym]] Specializes in {{type|Water}} Pokémon. {{t|Grass}}- and {{type|Electric}} moves are best here, while {{t|Fire}}, {{t|Ground}}, and {{t|Rock}} Pokémon may struggle. The Gym features three platforms where each icy tile must be traversed once in order to defrost the next stairway. Walking over an ice tile once cracks it; passing by a second time shatters it, leaving you to fall to the Gym's snowy underbelly where plenty of Trainers await.
 
 
The first puzzle is a 3×3 grid of ice, with two icy rocks as obstacles. Starting on the south-central tile, move ←1, ↑1, →2, ↑1 and ←1. This reveals the first stairway.
 
 
The second puzzle is a 7×3 grid, with two icy rocks as obstacles. From the south-central tile, move ←3, ↑2, →2, ↓1, →2, ↓1, →2, ↑2, and ←3. This reveals the second stairway.
 
 
The final puzzle is an 11×4 grid, with six icy rocks as obstacles. Starting on the south-central tile, move ←5, ↑3, →1, ↓1, →1, ↓1, →1, ↑2, →1, ↓1, →1, ↓1, →2, ↑1, →1, ↓1, →1, ↓1, →1, ↑3, and ←5. This reveals the stairway to the Gym Leader.
 
 
[[Juan]] leads with his {{p|Luvdisc}}; not much of a threat, but it may still confuse its target with {{m|Sweet Kiss}}, and further hinder male targets with {{m|Attract}}. As a {{2t|Water|Ground}} Pokémon, his {{p|Whiscash}} is only vulnerable to Grass moves; its {{m|Rain Dance}} temporarily strengthens Water moves, while {{m|Earthquake}} can deter {{type|Electric}} opponents. {{p|Sealeo}}'s {{2t|Ice|Water}} typing gives it additional weaknesses to {{t|Fighting}} and {{t|Rock}} moves; {{m|Water Pulse}} and {{m|Body Slam}} deal damage while {{m|Encore}} forces the target to repeat its previous move. His {{p|Crawdaunt}} is not a major threat, as all Water moves are [[Special move]]s and its {{stat|Special Attack}} is lower than its {{stat|Attack}}, but it can still deal damage. Finally, his {{p|Kingdra}} can inflict serious damage with Water Pulse, and use {{m|Ice Beam}} to deal with Grass types; use powerful moves to defeat it quickly, before it can regain health with {{m|Rest}}.
 
 
{| align="center"
 
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{| align="center" style="background: #{{water color}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{water color light}};"
 
|- align="center"
 
! Sootopolis Gym<br>[[File:Rain Badge.png|35px|The Rain Badge]]<br><br>
 
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{| align="center" class="expandable" style="background: #{{water color}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{water color light}};"
 
|- align="center"
 
! Trainers
 
|-
 
|
 
{{Trainerheader|Water}}
 
{{Trainerentry|Spr RS Beauty.png|Beauty|Connie|3200|1|118|Goldeen|♀|40|}}
 
{{Trainerdiv|Water}}
 
{{Trainerentry|Spr RS Lass.png|Lass|Andrea|640|1|370|Luvdisc|♀|40|}}
 
{{Trainerdiv|Water}}
 
{{Trainerentry|Spr RS Lady.png|Lady|Daphne|7800<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Annika</small>|2|370|Luvdisc|♀|39|Nugget|370|Luvdisc|♀|39|Nugget}}
 
{{Trainerdiv|Water}}
 
{{Trainerentry|Spr RS Pokéfan F.png|Pokéfan|Annika|3120<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Daphne</small>|2|349|Feebas|♀|39|Oran Berry|349|Feebas|♀|39|Oran Berry}}
 
{{Trainerdiv|Water}}
 
{{Trainerentry|Spr RS Beauty.png|Beauty|Tiffany|3120<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Crissy</small>|2|318|Carvanha|♀|39|None|319|Sharpedo|♀|39|}}
 
{{Trainerdiv|Water}}
 
{{Trainerentry|Spr RS Lass.png|Lass|Crissy|624<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Tiffany</small>|2|118|Goldeen|♀|39|None|320|Wailmer|♀|39|}}
 
{{Trainerdiv|Water}}
 
{{Trainerentry|Spr RS Pokéfan F.png|Pokéfan|Bethany|3120<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Olivia</small>|3|298|Azurill|♀|35|Oran Berry|183|Marill|♀|37|Oran Berry|184|Azumarill|♀|39|Oran Berry}}
 
{{Trainerdiv|Water}}
 
{{Trainerentry|Spr RS Beauty.png|Beauty|Olivia|3120<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Bethany</small>|3|366|Clamperl|♀|35|None|341|Corphish|♀|37|None|271|Lombre|♀|39|}}
 
{{Trainerdiv|Water}}
 
{{Trainerentry|Spr RS Lady.png|Lady|Brianna|8000<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Bridget</small>|1|119|Seaking|♀|40|Nugget}}
 
{{Trainerdiv|Water}}
 
{{Trainerentry|Spr RS Beauty.png|Beauty|Bridget|3200<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Brianna</small>|1|184|Azumarill|♀|40|}}
 
{{Trainerfooter|Water|3|inside}}
 
|}
 
 
 
 
{| style="margin: auto;"
 
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{{Party/Single
 
|color={{water color}}|headcolor={{water color light}}|bordercolor={{water color dark}}
 
|sprite=Spr E Juan.png
 
|prize={{PDollar}}4600
 
|class=Leader|classlink=Gym Leader|name={{color2|000|Juan}}
 
|game=E|location=Sootopolis Gym
 
|pokemon=5}}
 
 
|{{Pokémon/3|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=370|pokemon=Luvdisc
 
|type1=Water
 
|level=41|gender=female
 
|ability=Swift Swim
 
|move1=Water Pulse|move1type=Water
 
|move2=Attract|move2type=Normal
 
|move3=Sweet Kiss|move3type=Normal
 
|move4=Flail|move4type=Normal}}
 
 
|{{Pokémon/3|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=340|pokemon=Whiscash
 
|type1=Water|type2=Ground
 
|level=41|gender=male
 
|ability=Oblivious
 
|move1=Rain Dance|move1type=Water
 
|move2=Water Pulse|move2type=Water
 
|move3=Amnesia|move3type=Psychic
 
|move4=Earthquake|move4type=Ground}}
 
 
|{{Pokémon/3|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=364|pokemon=Sealeo
 
|type1=Ice|type2=Water
 
|level=43|gender=male
 
|ability=Thick Fat
 
|move1=Encore|move1type=Normal
 
|move2=Body Slam|move2type=Normal
 
|move3=Aurora Beam|move3type=Ice
 
|move4=Water Pulse|move4type=Water}}
 
{{Party/Div|color={{water color}}}}
 
| style="margin:auto" |{{Pokémon/3|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=342|pokemon=Crawdaunt
 
|type1=Water|type2=Dark
 
|level=43|gender=male
 
|ability=Hyper Cutter
 
|move1=Water Pulse|move1type=Water
 
|move2=Crabhammer|move2type=Water
 
|move3=Taunt|move3type=Dark
 
|move4=Leer|move4type=Normal}}
 
| style="margin:auto" |{{Pokémon/3|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=230|pokemon=Kingdra
 
|type1=Water|type2=Dragon
 
|level=46|gender=male
 
|ability=Swift Swim
 
|held=Chesto Berry
 
|move1=Water Pulse|move1type=Water
 
|move2=Double Team|move2type=Normal
 
|move3=Ice Beam|move3type=Ice
 
|move4=Rest|move4type=Psychic}}
 
{{Party/Footer}}
 
|}
 
|}
 
|}
 
 
 
Defeated, Juan awards you the {{badge|Rain}}, which ensures obedience from all Pokémon and enables the use of {{m|Waterfall}} in the field. He also gives you {{TM|03|Water Pulse}} as a prize, and registers himself in your PokéNav. With all eight Badges, your next destination is the {{ho|Pokémon League}} in [[Ever Grande City]] to the southeast. But first, consider exploring Hoenn's remaining areas, including the [[Abandoned Ship]], [[New Mauville]], and the remaining stretch of ocean west of {{rt|131|Hoenn}}.
 
{{-}}
 
==Abandoned Ship==
 
[[File:Abandoned Ship exterior RSE.png|thumb|Abandoned Ship, exterior]]
 
[[File:Abandoned Ship 1F and rooms RSE.png|thumb|left|Abandoned Ship, 1F]]
 
[[File:Abandoned Ship B1F and rooms RSE.png|thumb|left|Abandoned Ship, B1F]]
 
[[File:Abandoned Ship UF RSE.png|thumb|Abandoned Ship, underwater hallway]]
 
[[File:Abandoned Ship HF and rooms RSE.png|thumb|Abandoned Ship, hidden floor]]
 
Located on {{rt|108|Hoenn}}, the [[Abandoned Ship]] is all that remains from when the S.S. Cactus ran aground. The old vessel has many rusted holes, broken doors, and furniture scattered around. Navigating the structure requires the use of both {{m|Surf}} and {{m|Dive}}. Once slated for demolition, the half-sunken vessel now exists as a refuge for water-dwelling Pokémon.
 
   
 
{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ocean}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ocean}};"
 
{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ocean}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ocean}};"
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{{trainerheader|ocean}}
 
{{trainerheader|ocean}}
{{catch/div|ocean|1F (east)}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Leonardo|272<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Isobel</small>|1|318|Carvanha|♂|34|}}
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Beauty.png|Beauty|Thalia|2000<br/><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Demetrius</small>|2|320|Wailmer|♀|25||116|Horsea|♀|25||38=Nav}}
 
 
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
 
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Youngster.png|Youngster|Demetrius|400<br/><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Thalia</small>|2|263|Zigzagoon|♂|25||309|Electrike||25|}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Triathlete Swimmer F.png|Triathlete|Isobel|1360<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Leonardo</small>|1|120|Staryu||34|}}
{{catch/div|ocean|B1F}}
 
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Sailor.png|Sailor|Duncan|800|2|363|Spheal|♂|25||067|Machoke|♂|25|}}
 
{{catch/div|ocean|1F (west)}}
 
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Tuber M.png|Tuber|Charlie|104|1|183|Marill|♂|26|}}
 
 
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
 
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Ruin Maniac.png|Ruin Maniac|Garrison|1560<br/><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Jani</small>|1|028|Sandslash|♂|26|}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Dean|248|3|318|Carvanha|♂|31||278|Wingull|♂|31||318|Carvanha|♂|31|}}
 
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
 
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Tuber F.png|Tuber|Jani|104<br/><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Garrison</small>|1|183|Marill|♀|26|}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer F.png|Swimmer|Nikki|264|2|183|Marill|♀|33||363|Spheal|♀|33|}}
 
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
 
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Young Couple.png|Young Couple|Kira & Dan|1600|2|313|Volbeat|♂|25||314|Illumise|♀|25||38=Nav}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Barry|272|1|130|Gyarados|♂|34|}}
{{catch/div|ocean|Rematch}}
 
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Beauty.png|Beauty|Thalia{{tt|*|First rematch}}|2720|2|320|Wailmer|♀|34||116|Horsea|♀|34||38=Nav}}
 
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Beauty.png|Beauty|Thalia{{tt|*|Second and third rematch}}|{{tt|2880|Second rematch}}/{{tt|3040|Third rematch}}|3|370|Luvdisc|♀|{{tt|36|Second rematch}}/{{tt|38|Third rematch}}||320|Wailmer|♀|{{tt|36|Second rematch}}/{{tt|38|Third rematch}}||117|Seadra|♀|{{tt|36|Second rematch}}/{{tt|38|Third rematch}}||38=Nav}}
 
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Beauty.png|Beauty|Thalia{{tt|*|Fourth rematch onwards}}|3200|3|370|Luvdisc|♀|40||321|Wailord|♀|40||230|Kingdra|♀|40||38=Nav}}
 
 
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
 
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Young Couple.png|Young Couple|Kira & Dan|{{tt|1920|First rematch}}/{{tt|2112|Second rematch}}/{{tt|2304|Third rematch}}/{{tt|2496|Fourth rematch onwards}}|2|313|Volbeat|♂|{{tt|30|First rematch}}/{{tt|33|Second rematch}}/{{tt|36|Third rematch}}/{{tt|39|Fourth rematch onwards}}||314|Illumise|♀|{{tt|30|First rematch}}/{{tt|33|Second rematch}}/{{tt|36|Third rematch}}/{{tt|39|Fourth rematch onwards}}||38=Nav}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer F.png|Swimmer|Sienna|264<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Pablo</small>|2|370|Luvdisc||33||370|Luvdisc|♀|33|}}
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{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Triathlete Swimmer M.png|Triathlete|Pablo|1320<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Sienna</small>|2|120|Staryu||33||120|Staryu||33||38=Nav}}
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{{catch/div|ocean|Requires {{mcolor|Dive|000}}}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer F.png|Swimmer|Brenda|272|1|118|Goldeen|♀|34|}}
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{{catch/div|ocean|Rematch}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Triathlete Swimmer M.png|Triathlete|Pablo{{tt|*|First rematch}}|1480|2|120|Staryu||37||120|Staryu||37||38=Nav}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Triathlete Swimmer M.png|Triathlete|Pablo{{tt|*|Second rematch}}|1560|3|278|Wingull|♂|39||120|Staryu||39||120|Staryu||39||38=Nav}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Triathlete Swimmer M.png|Triathlete|Pablo{{tt|*|Third rematch}}|1640|3|279|Pelipper|♂|41||120|Staryu||41||120|Staryu||41||38=Nav}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Triathlete Swimmer M.png|Triathlete|Pablo{{tt|*|Fourth rematch onwards}}|1720|3|279|Pelipper|♂|43||121|Starmie||43||121|Starmie||43||38=Nav}}
 
{{trainerfooter|ocean|3}}
 
{{trainerfooter|ocean|3}}
 
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|- align="center"
 
|- align="center"
 
! Available Pokémon
 
! Available Pokémon
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{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ocean}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ocean}};"
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|- align="center"
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! Water's surface
 
|-
 
|-
 
|
 
|
 
{{Catch/header|ocean|no}}
 
{{Catch/header|ocean|no}}
 
{{Catch/div|ocean|Surfing}}
 
{{Catch/div|ocean|Surfing}}
{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Surf|5-35|99%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
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{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Surf|5-35|60%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
{{Catch/entry3|073|Tentacruel|no|no|yes|Surf|30-35|1%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
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{{Catch/entry3|278|Wingull|no|no|yes|Surf|10-30|35%|type1=Water|type2=Flying}}
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{{Catch/entry3|279|Pelipper|no|no|yes|Surf|25-30|5%|type1=Water|type2=Flying}}
 
{{Catch/div|ocean|Fishing}}
 
{{Catch/div|ocean|Fishing}}
 
{{Catch/entry3|129|Magikarp|no|no|yes|Fish Old|5-10|70%|type1=Water}}
 
{{Catch/entry3|129|Magikarp|no|no|yes|Fish Old|5-10|70%|type1=Water}}
 
{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Fish Old|5-10|30%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
 
{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Fish Old|5-10|30%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
 
{{Catch/entry3|129|Magikarp|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|60%|type1=Water}}
 
{{Catch/entry3|129|Magikarp|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|60%|type1=Water}}
{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|40%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
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{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|20%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Fish Super|25-35|80%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
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{{Catch/entry3|320|Wailmer|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|20%|type1=Water}}
{{Catch/entry3|073|Tentacruel|no|no|yes|Fish Super|20-35|20%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
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{{Catch/entry3|320|Wailmer|no|no|yes|Fish Super|25-45|60%|type1=Water}}
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{{Catch/entry3|319|Sharpedo|no|no|yes|Fish Super|30-35|40%|type1=Water|type2=Dark}}
 
{{Catch/footer|ocean}}
 
{{Catch/footer|ocean}}
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|}
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{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|underwater}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|underwater}};"
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|- align="center"
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! Underwater
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|-
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|
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{{Catch/header|underwater|no}}
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{{Catch/entry3|366|Clamperl|no|no|yes|Dive|20-35|65%|type1=Water}}
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{{Catch/entry3|170|Chinchou|no|no|yes|Dive|20-30|30%|type1=Water|type2=Electric}}
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{{Catch/entry3|369|Relicanth|no|no|yes|Dive|30-35|5%|type1=Water|type2=Rock}}
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{{Catch/footer|underwater}}
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|}
 
|}
 
|}
 
{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ocean}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ocean}};"
 
{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ocean}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ocean}};"
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|
 
{{itlisth|ocean}}
 
{{itlisth|ocean}}
{{catch/div|ocean|1F}}
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{{itemlist|Green Shard|Northwest corner of the route, accessible through an underwater passage from Route 124 (requires {{m|Dive}})|E=yes}}
{{itemlist|Harbor Mail|East side, northwest room|E=yes|display={{DL|Mail|Harbor Mail}}}}
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{{catch/div|underwater|Underwater}}
{{itemlist|Revive|West side, north room|E=yes}}
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{{itemlist|Stardust|Northeast dark spot (hidden)|E=yes}}
{{catch/div|ocean|B1F}}
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{{itemlist|Ultra Ball|North-central dark spot (hidden)|E=yes|display={{ball|Ultra}}}}
{{itemlist|Dive Ball|In the cabin with the broken door|E=yes|display={{ball|Dive}}}}
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{{itemlist|Heart Scale|Northwest dark spot (hidden)|E=yes}}
{{itemlist|Escape Rope|Southwest cabin|E=yes}}
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{{itemlist|Yellow Shard|Far western area, in a clearing in a patch of seaweed (hidden)|E=yes}}
{{itemlist|TM Ice|Northeast room (requires [[Storage Key]])|E=yes|display={{TM|13|Ice Beam}}}}
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{{itemlist|Pearl|Far western area, in a clearing in a patch of seaweed (hidden)|E=yes|display={{OBP|Pearl|item}}}}
{{catch/div|ocean|2F}}
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{{itemlist|Iron|Far western area, in a clearing in a patch of seaweed (hidden)|E=yes}}
{{itemlist|Storage Key III|Captain's office|E=yes|display=[[Storage Key]]}}
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{{itemlist|Blue Shard|Southwest area, in a patch of seaweed (hidden)|E=yes}}
{{catch/div|ocean|Hidden Floor}}
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{{itemlist|Big Pearl|Among the seaweed on the crater's southeast side (hidden)|E=yes}}
{{itemlist|Key to Room 1|Room 3, northeast corner (hidden)|E=yes|display=[[Key to Room 1|Rm. 1 Key]]}}
 
{{itemlist|Water Stone|Room 3|E=yes}}
 
{{itemlist|Key to Room 4|Room 1, near the west wall (hidden)|E=yes|display=[[Key to Room 4|Rm. 4 Key]]}}
 
{{itemlist|TM Water|Room 1|E=yes|display={{TM|18|Rain Dance}}}}
 
{{itemlist|Key to Room 6|Room 4, in the trash can (hidden)|E=yes|display=[[Key to Room 6|Rm. 6 Key]]}}
 
{{itemlist|Luxury Ball|Room 6|E=yes|display={{ball|Luxury}}}}
 
{{itemlist|Key to Room 2|Room 5, three step south of the left-hand trash can (hidden)|E=yes|display=[[Key to Room 2|Rm. 2 Key]]}}
 
{{itemlist|Scanner|Room 2|E=yes}}
 
 
{{itlistfoot|ocean}}
 
{{itlistfoot|ocean}}
 
|}
 
|}
   
===1F (east)===
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==Sootopolis City (first visit)==
Three of the four cabins here are connected. Visit the isolated northwest cabin for a {{DL|Mail|Harbor Mail}} and head downstairs.
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[[File:Sootopolis City E.png|thumb|left|Sootopolis City]]
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[[File:Cave of Origin B1F E.png|thumb|Cave of Origin, 1F]]
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[[File:Cave of Origin B5F E.png|thumb|Cave of Origin, B1F]]
   
===B1F===
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[[Sootopolis City]] rises from the crater of an inactive volcano and can only be reached by sea or sky. The [[Sootopolis Gym|final Gym]] in the [[Hoenn League]] is located here, but there are more urgent matters to attend to first. With [[Hoenn]]'s weather becoming increasingly oppressive, you must race to the [[Cave of Origin]] and stop the super-ancient Pokémon from destroying the entire region!
Fight Sailor Duncan and collect a {{ball|Dive}} from the north-central cabin. Visit the southwest cabin for an [[Escape Rope]] and climb the stairs in the northwest corner.
 
   
===1F (west)===
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===A Battle of Legends===
Pass through the north cabin to get a [[Revive]], then go through the south door to reach the outside of the ship. Climb the stairway there to reach the Captain's office.
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When you surface inside the crater, you find {{p|Groudon}} and {{p|Kyogre}} locked in battle a short distance ahead. The unending shifts in weather have frightened many of the city's residents into their homes with their doors locked tight, while others brave the elements to witness the super-ancient Pokémon fighting. [[Maxie]] and [[Archie]] stand outside the Gym, which is also closed, begging the two Pokémon to stop their battle, but to no effect.
   
===Captain's Office===
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===Catch Up with Steven===
The Scientist inside is investigating the ship on [[Captain Stern]]'s behalf. Stern asked him to find a Scanner, but he hasn't had much success. Pick up the nearby [[Storage Key]] and return to the basement floor.
+
Surf westward from the Gym to a grassy shore to meet {{steven}}. He assumes that your presence here means that you're prepared to become involved in this crisis, and has someone he would like you to meet. He leads you around to the north side of the crater, and the entrance to the [[Cave of Origin]]. After a word with the guard, he asks you to search the cave for someone named [[Wallace]].
   
===B1F===
+
==Cave of Origin==
Inspect the locked door to the northeast cabin to insert the Storage Key. The key becomes stuck in the lock, but the door opens. Inside, you find {{TM|13|Ice Beam}}. After that, head for the south-central cabin. Seawater has flooded into the room, so use {{m|Dive}} to traverse an underwater hallway that leads to an isolated part of the ship.
+
The [[Cave of Origin]] is said to hold a great source of ancient power. Whatever lies in its uncharted depths, it has drawn the attention of the super-ancient Pokémon. It must be stopped, and only you can save Hoenn from its destructive influence!
   
===Hidden Floor===
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{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|cave}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|cave}};"
This part of the ship has six cabins. Rooms 1-3 are located on the south side, and Rooms 4-6 are found to the north. Four of these rooms are locked, and although Room 5 is unlocked, there is debris blocking the door.
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|- align="center"
  +
! Available Pokémon
  +
|-
  +
|
  +
{{Catch/header|cave|no}}
  +
{{Catch/div|cave|Entrance}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|041|Zubat|no|no|yes|Cave|28-35|90%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Cave|33-36|10%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/div|cave|1F, B1F}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|041|Zubat|no|no|yes|Cave|30-34|60%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|302|Sableye|no|no|yes|Cave|30, 32, 34|30%|type1=Dark|type2=Ghost}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Cave|33-36|10%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/footer|cave}}
  +
|}
   
Enter Room 3 to see a sparkle on the floor; this signifies a hidden item. Pick up the [[Key to Room 1|Rm. 1 Key]] from the northeast corner, and the [[Water Stone]] to the left before leaving.
 
   
There are two hidden items in Room 1. The [[Key to Room 4|Rm. 4 Key]] is located near the west wall, while the other item is just trash. The visible item is {{TM|18|Rain Dance}}.
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===Entrance===
  +
There's not a moment to lose! Sprint down the entry hall to reach the cave's interior.
   
In Room 4, inspect the trash can in the northeast corner to find the [[Key to Room 1|Rm. 6 Key]].
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===1F===
  +
Head in a clockwise direction to reach the ladder in the northeast.
   
Enter Room 6 and collect the {{ball|Luxury}}, then use the narrow hallway to reach the adjoining room. Room 5 has three pieces of trash and one item; the [[Key to Room 1|Rm. 2 Key]] is located three steps south of the left-hand trash can.
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===B1F===
  +
The lowest floor is lined with sapphires and rubies. Visit the south side of this mist-filled room to meet [[Wallace]]. He was once the [[Sootopolis Gym]] Leader, but something came up that caused him to leave the Gym in the care of his mentor, [[Juan]]. According to Wallace, {{p|Groudon}} and {{p|Kyogre}} are not the only super-ancient Pokémon—there is a third somewhere, named {{p|Rayquaza}}. It's believed that it was Rayquaza that becalmed the two combatants in the distant past, but even Wallace can't be sure where it's located now. He asks if you might know where it is, and after you mention [[Sky Pillar]], he sets off in search of the ancient creature. To follow him, you'll need to trek through the southeast ocean beginning with {{rt|129|Hoenn}}.
   
Visit Room 2 to find the [[Scanner]]. If you show this to the Scientist in the Captain's office, he asks you to take it to Captain Stern back in {{DL|Slateport City|Slateport Harbor}}. Once there, Stern offers to trade either a [[Deep Sea Tooth|DeepSeaTooth]] or a [[Deep Sea Scale|DeepSeaScale]] for it. The DeepSeaTooth doubles a {{p|Clamperl}}'s {{stat|Special Attack}} when held, and triggers Clamperl's evolution into {{p|Huntail}} when traded. The DeepSeaScale doubles a Clamperl's {{stat|Special Defense}} when held, and triggers its evolution into {{p|Gorebyss}} when traded.
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==Route 129==
  +
[[File:Hoenn Route 129 RSE.png|thumb|Route 129]]
   
==Mauville City==
+
{{rt|129|Hoenn}} lies to the south of {{rt|128|Hoenn}}. The several Trainers found here make it a worthwhile place to explore.
When you return to {{ci|Mauville}}, you find [[Wattson]] standing near the Pokémon Center. He asks for a favor, and explains that the city has an underground sector known as [[New Mauville]]. There's a generator inside that hasn't been functioning properly, and he needs you to go and turn it off before the situation gets out of control. He gives you the [[Basement Key]] and directs you to the facility's entrance on {{rt|110|Hoenn}}. {{m|Surf}} eastward under the north end of [[Seaside Cycling Road]] to reach the facility.
 
   
==New Mauville==
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{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ocean}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ocean}};"
[[File:New Mauville entrance E.png|thumb|left|New Mauville, Entrance]]
 
[[File:New Mauville RSE.png|thumb|New Mauville, B1F]]
 
[[New Mauville]] was intended to be an underground city extending dozens of floors below the surface. However, the project died in development when it was discovered to be a habitat for wild Pokémon.
 
 
{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|building}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|building}};"
 
 
|- align="center"
 
|- align="center"
! Available Pokémon
+
! Trainers
 
|-
 
|-
 
|
 
|
{{Catch/header|building|no}}
+
{{trainerheader|ocean}}
{{Catch/div|building|Entrance}}
+
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Reed|264|2|363|Spheal|♂|33||319|Sharpedo|♂|33|}}
{{Catch/entry3|081|Magnemite|no|no|yes|Entrance|22-26|50%|type1=Electric|type2=Steel}}
+
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
{{Catch/entry3|100|Voltorb|no|no|yes|Entrance|22-26|50%|type1=Electric}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Triathlete Swimmer M.png|Triathlete|Chase|1360|2|278|Wingull|♂|26||120|Staryu||34|}}
{{Catch/div|building|Basement}}
+
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
{{Catch/entry3|081|Magnemite|no|no|yes|Basement|22-26|49%|type1=Electric|type2=Steel}}
+
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Triathlete Swimmer F.png|Triathlete|Allison|1320|2|278|Wingull||27||120|Staryu||33|}}
{{Catch/entry3|100|Voltorb|no|no|yes|Basement|22-26|49%|type1=Electric}}
+
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
{{Catch/entry3|082|Magneton|no|no|yes|Basement|26|1%|type1=Electric|type2=Steel}}
+
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Clarence|272<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Tisha</small>|1|319|Sharpedo||34|}}
{{Catch/entry3|101|Electrode|no|no|yes|Basement|26|1%|type1=Electric}}
+
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
{{Catch/div|building|Special}}
+
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer F.png|Swimmer|Tisha|272<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Clarence</small>|1|170|Chinchou|♀|34|}}
{{Catch/entry3|100|Voltorb|no|no|yes|Fake|25|Three|type1=Electric}}
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{{trainerfooter|ocean|3}}
{{Catch/footer|building}}
 
 
|}
 
|}
{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|building}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|building}};"
+
{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ocean}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ocean}};"
 
|- align="center"
 
|- align="center"
! Items
+
! Available Pokémon
 
|-
 
|-
 
|
 
|
{{itlisth|building}}
+
{{Catch/header|ocean|no}}
{{itemlist|Escape Rope|Near the center of the floor, on a blue switch|E=yes}}
+
{{Catch/div|ocean|Surfing}}
{{itemlist|Paralyze Heal|Northwest part of the floor, on a green switch|E=yes|display=[[Paralyze Heal|Parlyz Heal]]}}
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{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Surf|5-35|60%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
{{itemlist|Full Heal|North-central room, on a green switch|E=yes}}
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{{Catch/entry3|278|Wingull|no|no|yes|Surf|10-30|35%|type1=Water|type2=Flying}}
{{itemlist|Thunder Stone|East of the generator in the northeast room|E=yes|display=[[Thunder Stone|Thunderstone]]}}
+
{{Catch/entry3|279|Pelipper|no|no|yes|Surf|25-30|4%|type1=Water|type2=Flying}}
{{itemlist|Ultra Ball|East-southeast room, north of the entrance|E=yes|display={{ball|Ultra}}}}
+
{{Catch/entry3|321|Wailord|no|no|yes|Surf|25-30|1%|type1=Water}}
{{catch/div|building|Fake Items}}
+
{{Catch/div|ocean|Fishing}}
{{itemlist|None|
+
{{Catch/entry3|129|Magikarp|no|no|yes|Fish Old|5-10|70%|type1=Water}}
* Near the center of the floor, on a green switch
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{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Fish Old|5-10|30%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
* Northwest part of the floor, on a blue switch
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{{Catch/entry3|129|Magikarp|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|60%|type1=Water}}
* North-central room, on a blue switch|E=yes|display={{p|Voltorb}} ×3|sprite=100MS}}
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{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|20%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
{{itlistfoot|building}}
+
{{Catch/entry3|320|Wailmer|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|20%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|320|Wailmer|no|no|yes|Fish Super|25-45|60%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|319|Sharpedo|no|no|yes|Fish Super|30-35|35%|type1=Water|type2=Dark}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|370|Luvdisc|no|no|yes|Fish Super|30-35|5%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/footer|ocean}}
 
|}
 
|}
   
====Entrance====
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{{-}}
Use the Basement Key to unlock the door, and step inside to reach the southeast room.
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==Route 130==
+
[[File:Hoenn Route 130 RSE.png|thumb|Route 130]]
====B1F====
+
[[File:Hoenn Route 130 Mirage Island RSE.png|thumb|left|Route 130, with Mirage Island]]
The lower floor uses a series of colored buttons as a security measure; when stepped on, all similarly-colored doors open while all others close. Step on the blue button in the entrance room and go west. Press the green button in the next room and continue on. Pass by the third button and head north to reach an [[Escape Rope]]; collect the item and press the blue button beneath it. Go northwest to find a room with two items, a [[Paralyze Heal|Parlyz Heal]] to the left and a {{p|Voltorb}} to the right. Follow the hallway eastward to the north-central room and another pair of items, a Voltorb to the left and a [[Full Heal]] to the right; collect the item and step on the green button beneath it. The generator is located in the northeast room; press the red button to shut it down and collect the [[Thunder Stone|ThunderStone]] before leaving the area.
 
   
With your task complete, return to [[Wattson]] outside the Pokémon Center. Inform him that everything is all right in New Mauville, and the grateful Gym Leader rewards you with {{TM|24|Thunderbolt}}.
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{{rt|130|Hoenn}} is a short, straightforward route that links Routes {{rtn|129|Hoenn}} and {{rtn|131|Hoenn}}. The waterway is occasionally occupied by {{gdis|Mirage Island|III}}.
   
==Sky Pillar==
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{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ocean}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ocean}};"
[[File:Sky Pillar 1F after E.png|thumb|left|Sky Pillar, 1F]]
+
|- align="center"
[[File:Sky Pillar 2F after E.png|thumb|Sky Pillar, 2F]]
+
! Trainers
[[File:Sky Pillar 3F after E.png|thumb|left|Sky Pillar, 3F]]
+
|-
[[File:Sky Pillar 4F after E.png|thumb|Sky Pillar, 4F]]
+
|
[[File:Sky Pillar 5F after E.png|thumb|left|Sky Pillar, 5F]]
+
{{trainerheader|ocean}}
[[File:Sky Pillar 6F after E.png|thumb|Sky Pillar, 6F]]
+
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Rodney|272|1|130|Gyarados|♂|34|}}
After putting an end to the battle between {{p|Groudon}} and {{p|Kyogre}}, {{p|Rayquaza}} has returned home to [[Sky Pillar]]. The building's advanced age coupled with the dragon's movements have left several areas of flooring {{DL|Hole|Generation III|unstable}}, which makes the [[Mach Bike]] necessary to reach the apex this time around.
+
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
+
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer F.png|Swimmer|Katie|264<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Santiago</small>|2|118|Goldeen|♀|33||363|Spheal|♀|33|}}
{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ruins}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ruins}};"
+
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
  +
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Santiago|264<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Katie</small>|2|073|Tentacruel|♂|33||320|Wailmer|♂|33|}}
  +
{{trainerfooter|ocean|3}}
  +
|}
  +
{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ocean}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ocean}};"
 
|- align="center"
 
|- align="center"
 
! Available Pokémon
 
! Available Pokémon
 
|-
 
|-
 
|
 
|
{{Catch/header|ruins|no}}
+
{{Catch/header|ocean|no}}
{{Catch/div|ruins|1F}}
+
{{catch/div|land|Mirage Island}}
{{Catch/entry3|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|1F|34-35|30%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
+
{{Catch/entry3|360|Wynaut|no|no|yes|Grass|5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50|100%|type1=Psychic}}
{{Catch/entry3|302|Sableye|no|no|yes|1F|33-34|30%|type1=Dark|type2=Ghost}}
+
{{Catch/div|ocean|Surfing}}
{{Catch/entry3|344|Claydol|no|no|yes|1F|36-38|25%|type1=Ground|type2=Psychic}}
+
{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Surf|5-35|60%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
{{Catch/entry3|354|Banette|no|no|yes|1F|37-38|15%|type1=Ghost}}
+
{{Catch/entry3|278|Wingull|no|no|yes|Surf|10-30|35%|type1=Water|type2=Flying}}
{{Catch/div|ruins|3F}}
+
{{Catch/entry3|279|Pelipper|no|no|yes|Surf|25-30|5%|type1=Water|type2=Flying}}
{{Catch/entry3|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|3F|34-35|30%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
+
{{Catch/div|ocean|Fishing}}
{{Catch/entry3|302|Sableye|no|no|yes|3F|33-34|30%|type1=Dark|type2=Ghost}}
+
{{Catch/entry3|129|Magikarp|no|no|yes|Fish Old|5-10|70%|type1=Water}}
{{Catch/entry3|344|Claydol|no|no|yes|3F|36-38|25%|type1=Ground|type2=Psychic}}
+
{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Fish Old|5-10|30%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
{{Catch/entry3|354|Banette|no|no|yes|3F|37-38|15%|type1=Ghost}}
+
{{Catch/entry3|129|Magikarp|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|60%|type1=Water}}
{{Catch/div|ruins|5F}}
+
{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|20%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
{{Catch/entry3|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|5F|34-35|30%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
+
{{Catch/entry3|320|Wailmer|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|20%|type1=Water}}
{{Catch/entry3|302|Sableye|no|no|yes|5F|33-34|30%|type1=Dark|type2=Ghost}}
+
{{Catch/entry3|320|Wailmer|no|no|yes|Fish Super|25-45|60%|type1=Water}}
{{Catch/entry3|344|Claydol|no|no|yes|5F|36-38|19%|type1=Ground|type2=Psychic}}
+
{{Catch/entry3|319|Sharpedo|no|no|yes|Fish Super|30-35|40%|type1=Water|type2=Dark}}
{{Catch/entry3|354|Banette|no|no|yes|5F|37-38|15%|type1=Ghost}}
+
{{Catch/footer|ocean}}
{{Catch/entry3|334|Altaria|no|no|yes|5F|38-39|6%|type1=Dragon|type2=Flying}}
+
|}
{{Catch/div|ruins|Special}}
+
{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ocean}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ocean}};"
{{Catch/entry3|384|Rayquaza|no|no|yes|Special|70|One|type1=Dragon|type2=Flying}}
+
|- align="center"
{{Catch/footer|ruins}}
+
! Items
  +
|-
  +
|
  +
{{itlisth|land}}
  +
{{itemlist|Liechi Berry|Soft soil patch on Mirage Island|E=yes}}
  +
{{itlistfoot|land}}
 
|}
 
|}
   
  +
{{-}}
  +
===Mirage Island===
  +
While {{rt|130|Hoenn}} usually appears as a simple stretch of ocean, it is sometimes home to a strange island that seems to appear and disappear. The island is inhabited only by {{p|Wynaut}}, which range in level from 5 to 50. A soft soil patch on the island's east side holds a single [[Liechi Berry]] tree. This is the best Berry to use in [[Pokéblock]]s, as it will produce Gold Pokéblocks.
   
====1F-5F====
+
==Route 131==
Enter the tower and climb the stairs to 2F. There are several patches of unstable floor here, so use the Mach Bike to speed over them and continue on. Things get tricky on 4F, where you must once again stop cycling on one of two cracked tiles on the north side of the floor; this causes you to fall back down to the previously-inaccessible part of 3F. Climb to 5F and take the stairs in the northeast to reach the apex.
+
[[File:Hoenn Route 131 RSE.png|thumb|Route 131]]
   
====Apex====
+
{{rt|131|Hoenn}} lies between {{rt|130|Hoenn}} to the east and [[Pacifidlog Town]] to the west. There are no underwater trenches in this stretch of ocean, but several Trainers on the surface are looking to battle. On the route's north side is a large island that is home to the towering [[Sky Pillar]].
Upon reaching the rooftop, you find the legendary creature fully awake beyond the final flight of stairs. At level 70, {{p|Rayquaza}} is the highest-leveled Pokémon before the credits, and as such, easily warrants the use of a {{ball|Master}}. Barring that, you will need a similarly high-leveled Pokémon with excellent Defense to counter it. Be sure to save the game, as you've only got one chance to catch it! As a {{2t|Dragon|Flying}} Pokémon, it is especially vulnerable to {{t|Ice}} attacks, but Dragon- and {{type|Rock}} moves are also useful. Begin with these super-effective moves to deal heavy damage, and consider putting it to sleep before it can restore its health with {{m|Rest}}. Follow up with {{t|Grass}}, {{t|Fire}}, and {{t|Water}} moves to wear its health away even further. Beware of its most dangerous move, {{m|Outrage}}: after rampaging for several turns, Rayquaza becomes confused from fatigue. While it can deal serious damage to its target, it may also cause the dragon to attack itself in its confusion, and could end up knocking itself out!
 
   
{| style="margin: auto;"
+
{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ocean}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ocean}};"
  +
|- align="center"
  +
! Trainers
  +
|-
 
|
 
|
{{Pokémon/3|game=Emerald
+
{{trainerheader|ocean}}
|ndex=384|pokemon=Rayquaza
+
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Kevin|272<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Taila</small>|1|363|Spheal|♂|34|}}
|type1=Dragon|type2=Flying
+
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
|level=70
+
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Triathlete Swimmer F.png|Triathlete|Taila|1360<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Kevin</small>|1|120|Staryu||34|}}
|ability=Air Lock
+
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
|move1=Fly|move1type=Flying
+
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Richard|272|1|279|Pelipper|♂|34|}}
|move2=Rest|move2type=Psychic
+
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
|move3=ExtremeSpeed|move3type=Normal
+
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer F.png|Swimmer|Kara|272|1|119|Seaking|♀|34|}}
|move4=Outrage|move4type=Dragon
+
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
}}
+
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Herman|264|2|278|Wingull|♂|33||073|Tentacruel|♂|33|}}
  +
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
  +
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer F.png|Swimmer|Susie|272|1|370|Luvdisc|♀|34|}}
  +
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
  +
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Sis and Bro.png|Sis and Bro|Reli & Ian|792|2|184|Azumarill|♂|35||278|Wingull|♂|33|}}
  +
{{trainerfooter|ocean|3}}
  +
|}
  +
{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ocean}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ocean}};"
  +
|- align="center"
  +
! Available Pokémon
  +
|-
  +
|
  +
{{Catch/header|ocean|no}}
  +
{{Catch/div|ocean|Surfing}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Surf|5-35|60%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|278|Wingull|no|no|yes|Surf|10-30|35%|type1=Water|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|279|Pelipper|no|no|yes|Surf|25-30|5%|type1=Water|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/div|ocean|Fishing}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|129|Magikarp|no|no|yes|Fish Old|5-10|70%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Fish Old|5-10|30%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|129|Magikarp|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|60%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|20%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|320|Wailmer|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|20%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|320|Wailmer|no|no|yes|Fish Super|25-45|60%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|319|Sharpedo|no|no|yes|Fish Super|30-35|40%|type1=Water|type2=Dark}}
  +
{{Catch/footer|ocean}}
 
|}
 
|}
   
{{-}}
+
==Pacifidlog Town (optional)==
==Pacifidlog Town==
 
 
[[File:Pacifidlog Town E.png|thumb|Pacifidlog Town]]
 
[[File:Pacifidlog Town E.png|thumb|Pacifidlog Town]]
   
[[Pacifidlog Town]] is a humble community resting on the calm waters of eastern [[Hoenn]]. These floating homes surround a central Pokémon Center, where weary Trainers can catch a break from the waves.
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After chasing [[Team Aqua]] out of [[Lilycove City]], you can visit [[Pacifidlog Town]] and the three routes to the west anytime you want a rest from the action. This town is a humble community resting on the calm waters of eastern [[Hoenn]]. These floating homes surround a central Pokémon Center, where weary Trainers can catch a break from the waves.
   
 
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Revision as of 09:26, 23 December 2018

Route 126

Route 126
Route 126 (underwater)

The waters of Route 126 surround a massive crater, inside of which lies Sootopolis City. There's no way to reach the city from the surface, so the entrance must be hidden beneath the waves.

Sootopolis City (first visit)

Sootopolis City
Cave of Origin, 1F
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Cave of Origin, B1F

Sootopolis City rises from the crater of an inactive volcano and can only be reached by sea or sky. The final Gym in the Hoenn League is located here, but there are more urgent matters to attend to first. With Hoenn's weather becoming increasingly oppressive, you must race to the Cave of Origin and stop the super-ancient Pokémon from destroying the entire region!

A Battle of Legends

When you surface inside the crater, you find Groudon and Kyogre locked in battle a short distance ahead. The unending shifts in weather have frightened many of the city's residents into their homes with their doors locked tight, while others brave the elements to witness the super-ancient Pokémon fighting. Maxie and Archie stand outside the Gym, which is also closed, begging the two Pokémon to stop their battle, but to no effect.

Catch Up with Steven

Surf westward from the Gym to a grassy shore to meet Steven. He assumes that your presence here means that you're prepared to become involved in this crisis, and has someone he would like you to meet. He leads you around to the north side of the crater, and the entrance to the Cave of Origin. After a word with the guard, he asks you to search the cave for someone named Wallace.

Cave of Origin

The Cave of Origin is said to hold a great source of ancient power. Whatever lies in its uncharted depths, it has drawn the attention of the super-ancient Pokémon. It must be stopped, and only you can save Hoenn from its destructive influence!


Entrance

There's not a moment to lose! Sprint down the entry hall to reach the cave's interior.

1F

Head in a clockwise direction to reach the ladder in the northeast.

B1F

The lowest floor is lined with sapphires and rubies. Visit the south side of this mist-filled room to meet Wallace. He was once the Sootopolis Gym Leader, but something came up that caused him to leave the Gym in the care of his mentor, Juan. According to Wallace, Groudon and Kyogre are not the only super-ancient Pokémon—there is a third somewhere, named Rayquaza. It's believed that it was Rayquaza that becalmed the two combatants in the distant past, but even Wallace can't be sure where it's located now. He asks if you might know where it is, and after you mention Sky Pillar, he sets off in search of the ancient creature. To follow him, you'll need to trek through the southeast ocean beginning with Route 129.

Route 129

Route 129

Route 129 lies to the south of Route 128. The several Trainers found here make it a worthwhile place to explore.


Route 130

Route 130
Route 130, with Mirage Island

Route 130 is a short, straightforward route that links Routes 129 and 131. The waterway is occasionally occupied by Mirage Island.


Mirage Island

While Route 130 usually appears as a simple stretch of ocean, it is sometimes home to a strange island that seems to appear and disappear. The island is inhabited only by Wynaut, which range in level from 5 to 50. A soft soil patch on the island's east side holds a single Liechi Berry tree. This is the best Berry to use in Pokéblocks, as it will produce Gold Pokéblocks.

Route 131

Route 131

Route 131 lies between Route 130 to the east and Pacifidlog Town to the west. There are no underwater trenches in this stretch of ocean, but several Trainers on the surface are looking to battle. On the route's north side is a large island that is home to the towering Sky Pillar.

Pacifidlog Town (optional)

Pacifidlog Town

After chasing Team Aqua out of Lilycove City, you can visit Pacifidlog Town and the three routes to the west anytime you want a rest from the action. This town is a humble community resting on the calm waters of eastern Hoenn. These floating homes surround a central Pokémon Center, where weary Trainers can catch a break from the waves.

An Old Legend

Visit the northeast house and talk to the girl inside. She tells you a mysterious bit of wisdom passed down from her grandfather: Six dots open three doors. Her father also remembers hearing tales of three Pokémon representing the powers of Rock, Ice, and Steel. It seems that Hoenn still has some secrets to discover!

Mirage Man

The old man in the southeast house spends his time by scanning the horizon for Mirage Island. Speak with him every day to learn if the island has appeared.

Move Tutor

Visit the Pokémon Center and speak to the young man near the entrance. He offers to teach the move Explosion to a Pokémon, one time only.

Time for a Trade

The boy in the south-central house is having trouble catching different Pokémon around town. He wishes to trade his Horsea for a Bagon. Horsea can be found on Routes 132, 133, and 134 to the west, while Bagon can only be found in Meteor Falls.

Friendship is Everything

Stop by the southwest house to meet the brother of the Pokémon Fan Club chairman. Have him evaluate your relationship with your lead Pokémon, and he'll reward your friendship with TM27 (Return). If your Pokémon is unfriendly toward you, he'll give you TM21 (Frustration) instead.


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