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This section of the walkthrough will help you defeat the [[Elite Four]] and [[Wallace|Champion]].
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==Route 126==
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[[File:Hoenn Route 126 RSE.png|thumb|Route 126]]
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[[File:Hoenn Route 126 underwater RSE.png|thumb|left|Route 126 (underwater)]]
   
==Before you challenge the Elite Four...==
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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.
* Make sure you have a lot of Hyper Potions to heal your Pokémon, as well as a few Max Potions or Full Restores. You may want some Revives as well, and maybe some Ethers or Elixirs. You'll need to heal after every battle, so don't skimp on supplies. Many times Hyper Potions work the same as Max Potions in terms of healing HP. Usually, Max Potions are not advised because they are expensive and most of your Pokémon won't have HP higher than 200.
 
* Make sure your Pokémon are Level 56 or higher before challenging the Elite Four. As you probably know, you have to defeat all of them, as well as the Champion, in one shot— if you're defeated, you have to start over.
 
* Before challenging each Elite Four member, remember to '''save the game''' so that you can restart the battle without having to re-battle all of the Elite Four.
 
* If you have managed to catch {{p|Rayquaza}}, make sure to use it here; since it is caught at Level 70, it will be at a much higher level than any of the Elite Four's Pokemon, as well as the Champion's.
 
   
If you think you're ready, step through the door!
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! Trainers
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{{trainerheader|ocean}}
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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|}}
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{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
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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|}}
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{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Dean|248|3|318|Carvanha|♂|31||278|Wingull|♂|31||318|Carvanha|♂|31|}}
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{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer F.png|Swimmer|Nikki|264|2|183|Marill|♀|33||363|Spheal|♀|33|}}
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{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Barry|272|1|130|Gyarados|♂|34|}}
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{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
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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}}
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! Available Pokémon
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{{Catch/header|ocean|no}}
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{{Catch/div|ocean|Surfing}}
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{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Surf|5-35|60%|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}}
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{{Catch/div|ocean|Fishing}}
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{{Catch/entry3|129|Magikarp|no|no|yes|Fish Old|5-10|70%|type1=Water}}
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{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Fish Old|5-10|30%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
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{{Catch/entry3|129|Magikarp|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|60%|type1=Water}}
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{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|20%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
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{{Catch/entry3|320|Wailmer|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|20%|type1=Water}}
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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}}
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{{Catch/footer|ocean}}
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! Items
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{{itlisth|ocean}}
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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}}
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{{catch/div|underwater|Underwater}}
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{{itemlist|Stardust|Northeast dark spot (hidden)|E=yes}}
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{{itemlist|Ultra Ball|North-central dark spot (hidden)|E=yes}}
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{{itemlist|Heart Scale|Northwest dark spot (hidden)|E=yes}}
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{{itemlist|Yellow Shard|Far western area, in a clearing in a patch of seaweed (hidden)|E=yes}}
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{{itemlist|Pearl|Far western area, in a clearing in a patch of seaweed (hidden)|E=yes|display={{i|Pearl}}}}
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{{itemlist|Iron|Far western area, in a clearing in a patch of seaweed (hidden)|E=yes}}
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{{itemlist|Blue Shard|Southwest area, in a patch of seaweed (hidden)|E=yes}}
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{{itemlist|Big Pearl|Among the seaweed on the crater's southeast side (hidden)|E=yes}}
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{{itlistfoot|ocean}}
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==Elite Four==
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==Sootopolis City (first visit)==
===Sidney===
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[[File:Sootopolis City E.png|thumb|left|Sootopolis City]]
The first Elite Four member is [[Sidney]], who specializes in the {{t|Dark}} type. {{t|Bug}}- and {{t|Fighting}}-type moves will be supereffective against his Pokémon. Bug-type moves will deal four times the normal damage against his {{p|Cacturne}} and {{p|Shiftry}}, as they are both Dark/{{t|Grass}} types. (Note: {{p|Heracross}} is an excellent Pokémon to fight Sidney with.)
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[[File:Cave of Origin 1F E.png|thumb|Cave of Origin, 1F]]
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[[File:Cave of Origin B1F E.png|thumb|Cave of Origin, B1F]]
   
{{Party/Single
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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!
|color={{dark color}}
 
|headcolor={{dark color light}}
 
|bordercolor={{dark color dark}}
 
|sprite=Spr RS Sidney.png
 
|prize={{PDollar}}4900
 
|class=Elite Four
 
|name=Sidney
 
|game=E
 
|location=Ever Grande City
 
|pokemon=5
 
}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=262
 
|pokemon=Mightyena
 
|ability=Intimidate
 
|gender=male
 
|level=46
 
|type1=Dark
 
|move1=Roar|move1type=Normal
 
|move2=Double-Edge|move2type=Normal
 
|move3=Sand-Attack|move3type=Ground
 
|move4=Crunch|move4type=Dark}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=275
 
|pokemon=Shiftry
 
|ability=Chlorophyll
 
|gender=male
 
|level=48
 
|type1=Grass|type2=Dark
 
|move1=Torment|move1type=Dark
 
|move2=Double Team|move2type=Normal
 
|move3=Swagger|move3type=Normal
 
|move4=Extrasensory|move4type=Psychic}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=332
 
|pokemon=Cacturne
 
|ability=Sand Veil
 
|gender=male
 
|level=46
 
|type1=Grass|type2=Dark
 
|move1=Leech Seed|move1type=Grass
 
|move2=Faint Attack|move2type=Dark
 
|move3=Needle Arm|move3type=Grass
 
|move4=Cotton Spore|move4type=Grass}}
 
{{Party/Div|color={{dark color}}}}
 
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{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=342
 
|pokemon=Crawdaunt
 
|ability=Hyper Cutter
 
|gender=male
 
|level=48
 
|type1=Water|type2=Dark
 
|move1=Surf|move1type=Water
 
|move2=Swords Dance|move2type=Normal
 
|move3=Strength|move3type=Normal
 
|move4=Facade|move4type=Normal}}
 
| style="margin:auto" |
 
{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=359
 
|pokemon=Absol
 
|ability=Pressure
 
|held=Sitrus Berry
 
|gender=male
 
|level=49
 
|type1=Dark
 
|move1=Aerial Ace|move1type=Flying
 
|move2=Rock Slide|move2type=Rock
 
|move3=Swords Dance|move3type=Normal
 
|move4=Slash|move4type=Normal}}
 
{{Party/Footer}}
 
   
Sidney sends out his {{p|Mightyena}} first. It knows {{m|Crunch}}, a strong Dark-type move, {{m|Double-Edge}}, a very powerful {{type|Normal}} move, {{m|Roar}} to force your Pokémon to switch, and {{m|Sand-Attack}}, which lowers your Pokémon's Accuracy. Mightyena's best stat is Attack, so watch out for Double-Edge! Crunch is a good move that gets [[STAB]], but Mightyena's Special Attack isn't that great, so don't worry about it that much. Sand-Attack and Roar may get annoying. The best thing to do about Mightyena is to just knock it out as quickly as possible with strong Bug or Fighting attacks. Sidney's {{p|Cacturne}} and {{p|Shiftry}} have a 4× weakness to Bug. Cacturne knows {{m|Faint Attack}} and {{m|Needle Arm}} for attacking, and you'll really need to watch out— it has an excellent Special Attack stat. {{m|Leech Seed}} will drain the health of a Pokémon hit by it, harming you and healing your opponent. {{m|Cotton Spore}} will harshly lower your Speed. You really need to watch out for this thing— hit it with strong Bug-, {{t|Fire}}-, {{t|Ice}}-, or {{t|Flying}}-type attacks and don't mess around. Thankfully, it has low Speed. Sidney's other Dark/Grass type, Shiftry, has slightly lower attacking stats, but it is faster and has more HP. Oddly, it only knows one attacking move— {{m|Extrasensory}}, which is of the Psychic type. Shiftry knows {{m|Double Team}} to boost its evasiveness, {{m|Torment}} to prevent your Pokémon from using the same move twice in a row, and {{m|Swagger}}, which will confuse your Pokémon but also sharply raise their attack. Shiftry shouldn't be too much of a problem; It has the exact same weaknesses as Cacturne, so just get it out of the way. {{p|Crawdaunt}} has a somewhat unusual type combination: {{t|Water}}/Dark. It has a ''massive'' Attack stat (which can't be lowered, thanks to {{a|Hyper Cutter|its Ability}}), so do not mess around. It knows {{m|Strength}}, a {{type|Normal}} move, and {{m|Surf}}, a strong Water-type attack. (Interestingly, these are both HMs.) Crawdaunt also knows {{m|Swords Dance}} to sharply boost its already deadly Attack stat, and {{m|Facade}}. Facade will double in power from 70 to 140 if you poison, paralyze, or burn Crawdaunt, so don't use moves like {{m|Toxic}}, {{m|Thunder Wave}}, or {{m|Will-O-Wisp}} on it! Crawdaunt is weak to Fighting-, Bug-, Grass-, and {{t|Electric}}-type moves, so use those to get rid of it. Sidney's highest-leveled Pokémon is his {{p|Absol}}, which has ''even higher'' Attack than Crawdaunt!. Absol also owns one Sitrus Berry. It knows {{m|Rock Slide}}, {{m|Aerial Ace}} (this never misses), and {{m|Slash}} to attack, and also has Swords Dance to boost its already incredibly high Attack. Being a pure Dark type, Bug and Fighting moves will take it out. However, keep in mind that Absol has Aerial Ace which is super-effective against both Fighting- '''and''' Bug-types! Either take it out in one hit or use a non-Bug- or Fighting-type Pokémon with Bug- or Fighting-type attacks. Basically, the strategy with Sidney is this: Keep attacking and don't mess around with status moves.
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===A Battle of Legends===
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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.
   
Sidney is the first member of the Elite Four and the easiest to defeat, so if you're struggling against him, get out of there and train some more before challenging the Elite Four again.
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===Catch Up with Steven===
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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]].
   
===Phoebe===
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==Cave of Origin==
Your next opponent, [[Phoebe]], is a specialist of the {{t|Ghost}} type. Ghost-type Pokémon are completely immune to {{type|Normal}} and {{type|Fighting}} moves, while Dark- and {{t|Steel}}-type Pokémon resist Ghost attacks. Ghost types are weak to Ghost- and Dark-type attacks. Don't use {{type|Psychic}} Pokémon, as they are weak to Ghost (unless their second type is Steel, as in the case of the {{p|Metagross}} family).
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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!
   
{{Party/Single
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{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|cave}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|cave}};"
|color={{ghost color}}
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|- align="center"
|bordercolor={{ghost color dark}}
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! Available Pokémon
|headcolor={{ghost color light}}
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|sprite=Spr RS Phoebe.png
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|prize={{PDollar}}5100
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{{Catch/header|cave|no}}
|class=Elite Four
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{{Catch/div|cave|Entrance}}
|name=Phoebe
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{{Catch/entry3|041|Zubat|no|no|yes|Cave|28-35|90%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
|game=E
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{{Catch/entry3|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Cave|33-36|10%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
|location=Ever Grande City
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{{Catch/div|cave|1F, B1F}}
|pokemon=5
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{{Catch/entry3|041|Zubat|no|no|yes|Cave|30-34|60%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
}}
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{{Catch/entry3|302|Sableye|no|no|yes|Cave|30, 32, 34|30%|type1=Dark|type2=Ghost}}
|{{Pokémon/3
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{{Catch/entry3|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Cave|33-36|10%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
|game=Emerald
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{{Catch/footer|cave}}
|ndex=356
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|}
|pokemon=Dusclops
 
|ability=Pressure
 
|gender=female
 
|level=48
 
|type1=Ghost
 
|move1=Shadow Punch|move1type=Ghost
 
|move2=Confuse Ray|move2type=Ghost
 
|move3=Curse|move3type=???
 
|move4=Protect|move4type=Normal}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=354
 
|pokemon=Banette
 
|ability=Insomnia
 
|gender=female
 
|level=49
 
|type1=Ghost
 
|move1=Shadow Ball|move1type=Ghost
 
|move2=Grudge|move2type=Ghost
 
|move3=Will-O-Wisp|move3type=Fire
 
|move4=Faint Attack|move4type=Dark}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=302
 
|pokemon=Sableye
 
|ability=Keen Eye
 
|gender=female
 
|level=50
 
|type1=Dark|type2=Ghost
 
|move1=Shadow Ball|move1type=Ghost
 
|move2=Double Team|move2type=Normal
 
|move3=Night Shade|move3type=Ghost
 
|move4=Faint Attack|move4type=Dark}}
 
{{Party/Div|color={{ghost color}}}}
 
| style="margin:auto" |
 
{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=354
 
|pokemon=Banette
 
|ability=Insomnia
 
|gender=female
 
|level=49
 
|type1=Ghost
 
|move1=Shadow Ball|move1type=Ghost
 
|move2=Psychic|move2type=Psychic
 
|move3=Thunderbolt|move3type=Electric
 
|move4=Facade|move4type=Normal}}
 
| style="margin:auto" |
 
{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=356
 
|pokemon=Dusclops
 
|ability=Pressure
 
|held=Sitrus Berry
 
|gender=female
 
|level=51
 
|type1=Ghost
 
|move1=Shadow Ball|move1type=Ghost
 
|move2=Ice Beam|move2type=Ice
 
|move3=Rock Slide|move3type=Rock
 
|move4=Earthquake|move4type=Ground}}
 
{{Party/Footer}}
 
   
Phoebe sends out her Level 48 {{p|Dusclops}} first. It knows {{m|Curse}}, which will lower its health by half, and causes a Pokémon hit by it to lose 25% of its health every turn until it faints or the battle ends. Dusclops also knows {{m|Confuse Ray}} to Confuse your Pokémon, {{m|Protect}} to block your attacks, and {{m|Shadow Punch}} to attack. Hit Dusclops with a Dark- or Ghost-type move to get it out of your way. It has massive defensive stats, so it might be harder than you expect. Next, Phoebe has two Level 49 Banette, both of which know the powerful Ghost-type attack {{m|Shadow Ball}}. One has {{m|Grudge}}, {{m|Will-O-Wisp}}, and {{m|Faint Attack}} as its other three moves, and the other knows {{m|Thunderbolt}}, {{m|Psychic}}, and {{m|Facade}}. These two aren't especially hard to defeat, although Will-O-Wisp causes a burn if it hits, Grudge can be annoying, and Facade can hit hard due to Banette's high Attack stat. Don't paralyze, poison, or burn either Banette because it's hard to tell which one you're after. Facade doubles in power if the user is affected by a major status condition. An interesting Pokémon you'll have to deal with is {{p|Sableye}}, which has ''no weakness''. It has {{m|Double Team}} to boost its evasiveness, so knock it out as quickly as you can before things get annoying. Any move that isn't Normal, Fighting, Psychic, or Poison will deal normal damage to Sableye, which has stats that aren't the greatest. The most dangerous Pokémon on Phoebe's team is her Level 51 Dusclops. It's hard to knock out due to its massive defensive stats, and it knows very powerful attacks: {{m|Ice Beam}}, {{m|Shadow Ball}}, {{m|Rock Slide}}, and {{m|Earthquake}}. Dusclops also owns one Sitrus Berry. With this one, go all-out with your best Ghost and Dark attacks until you've knocked it out.
 
   
Once you've defeated Phoebe, heal up your team and continue on to the next room.
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===Entrance===
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There's not a moment to lose! Sprint down the entry hall to reach the cave's interior.
   
===Glacia===
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===1F===
The third Elite Four member, [[Glacia]], uses {{t|Ice}} types. They are weak to {{t|Fire}}, Fighting-, Steel-, and {{t|Rock}}-type moves. Don't use {{t|Dragon}}-, {{t|Flying}}-, Grass-, or {{t|Ground}} types, since they are weak to Ice.
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Head in a clockwise direction to reach the ladder in the northeast.
   
{{Party/Single
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===B1F===
|color={{ice color}}
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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}}.
|bordercolor={{ice color dark}}
 
|headcolor={{ice color light}}
 
|sprite=Spr RS Glacia.png
 
|prize={{PDollar}}5300
 
|class=Elite Four
 
|name=Glacia
 
|game=E
 
|location=Ever Grande City
 
|pokemon=5
 
}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=364
 
|pokemon=Sealeo
 
|ability=Thick Fat
 
|level=50
 
|gender=female
 
|type1=Ice|type2=Water
 
|move1=Encore|move1type=Normal
 
|move2=Body Slam|move2type=Normal
 
|move3=Hail|move3type=Ice
 
|move4=Ice Ball|move4type=Ice}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=362
 
|pokemon=Glalie
 
|ability=Inner Focus
 
|level=50
 
|gender=female
 
|type1=Ice
 
|move1=Light Screen|move1type=Psychic
 
|move2=Crunch|move2type=Dark
 
|move3=Icy Wind|move3type=Ice
 
|move4=Ice Beam|move4type=Ice}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=364
 
|pokemon=Sealeo
 
|ability=Thick Fat
 
|level=52
 
|gender=female
 
|type1=Ice|type2=Water
 
|move1=Attract|move1type=Normal
 
|move2=Double-Edge|move2type=Normal
 
|move3=Hail|move3type=Ice
 
|move4=Blizzard|move4type=Ice}}
 
{{Party/Div|color={{ice color}}}}
 
| style="margin:auto" |
 
{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=362
 
|pokemon=Glalie
 
|ability=Inner Focus
 
|level=52
 
|gender=female
 
|type1=Ice
 
|move1=Shadow Ball|move1type=Ghost
 
|move2=Explosion|move2type=Normal
 
|move3=Hail|move3type=Ice
 
|move4=Ice Beam|move4type=Ice}}
 
| style="margin:auto" |
 
{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=365
 
|pokemon=Walrein
 
|ability=Thick Fat
 
|level=53
 
|gender=female
 
|type1=Ice|type2=Water
 
|held=Sitrus Berry
 
|move1=Surf|move1type=Water
 
|move2=Body Slam|move2type=Normal
 
|move3=Ice Beam|move3type=Ice
 
|move4=Sheer Cold|move4type=Ice}}
 
{{Party/Footer}}
 
   
Beware! One of her {{p|Glalie}} knows {{m|Explosion}} which may deal great amount of damage to your Pokémon but the good news is that Glalie will faint. However, Ghost-type Pokémon such as {{p|Haunter}} are not effected by explosion but they are super effected by {{m|Crunch}} and {{m|Shadow Ball}}. Her {{p|Sealeo}} likes to start things off with {{m|Hail}}, which gives you the chance to defeat them in first turn. However, out of all her Pokémon, her biggest challenge is her {{p|Walrein}} which knows {{m|Sheer Cold}} - a [[one-hit knockout move]]! Sheer Cold will deal damage as same as your Pokémon's current HP, making ' em instantly faint. However this attack will fail if your Pokémon's level is more than Walrein's level aka 53. If your Pokémon is also at lv. 53 than it has ''[your Pokémon's level + 30] %'' chance to hit.
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==Route 129==
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[[File:Hoenn Route 129 RSE.png|thumb|Route 129]]
   
Lv. 50 Sealeo knows Encore which will make your Pokémon use same move turn by turn for some turns.
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{{rt|129|Hoenn}} lies to the south of {{rt|128|Hoenn}}. The several Trainers found here make it a worthwhile place to explore.
Lv. 52 Sealeo knows Attract which may not allow your Pokémon to attack if gender differences exist. However, it also knows {{m|Double-Edge}} which does not suits its low attack and also deals recoil damage to it. But {{m|Blizzard}}, which has 120 base power, super suits on it and deals damage as attack with base power of 180 because it receives [[STAB]] for this move. Both Glalie are hard to beat because of their counter move usage. Level 50 Glalie is also known to use {{m|Light Screen}}.
 
Walrein has very powerful SP. Attack so {{m|Ice Beam}} can cause your Pokémon super damage. Surf can also be cause of problem. However, {{m|Body Slam}} is not SP. Attack but it can cause {{status|paralysis}}. Walrein also owns one Sitrus Berry. All you have to do is attack without wasting any turn and finish it as early as possible. You can use Fire-type Pokémon so when you got frozen solid you can use your Fire-type moves which makes you free from it. But Sealeo and Walrein have the ability, {{a|Thick Fat}}, and Water as their secondary type which will make Fire moves more ineffective.
 
   
===Drake===
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{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ocean}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ocean}};"
The final and toughest Elite Four member is [[Drake]], who trains {{type|Dragon}} Pokémon. Dragon and Ice are supereffective against Dragon-type Pokémon.
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|- align="center"
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! Trainers
  +
|-
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|
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{{trainerheader|ocean}}
  +
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Reed|264|2|363|Spheal|♂|33||319|Sharpedo|♂|33|}}
  +
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
  +
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Triathlete Swimmer M.png|Triathlete|Chase|1360|2|278|Wingull|♂|26||120|Staryu||34|}}
  +
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
  +
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Triathlete Swimmer F.png|Triathlete|Allison|1320|2|278|Wingull|♀|27||120|Staryu||33|}}
  +
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
  +
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Clarence|272<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Tisha</small>|1|319|Sharpedo|♂|34|}}
  +
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer F.png|Swimmer|Tisha|272<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Clarence</small>|1|170|Chinchou|♀|34|}}
  +
{{trainerfooter|ocean|3}}
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|}
  +
{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ocean}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ocean}};"
  +
|- align="center"
  +
! Available Pokémon
  +
|-
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|
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{{Catch/header|ocean|no}}
  +
{{Catch/div|ocean|Surfing}}
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{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Surf|5-35|60%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
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{{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|4%|type1=Water|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|321|Wailord|no|no|yes|Surf|25-30|1%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{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}}
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{{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}}
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{{Catch/entry3|320|Wailmer|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|20%|type1=Water}}
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{{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}}
  +
|}
   
{{Party/Single
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{{-}}
|color={{dragon color}}
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==Route 130==
|headcolor={{dragon color light}}
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[[File:Hoenn Route 130 RSE.png|thumb|Route 130]]
|bordercolor={{dragon color dark}}
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[[File:Hoenn Route 130 Mirage Island RSE.png|thumb|left|Route 130, with Mirage Island]]
|sprite=Spr RS Drake.png
 
|prize={{PDollar}}5500
 
|class=Elite Four
 
|name=Drake
 
|game=E
 
|location=Ever Grande City
 
|pokemon=5
 
}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=372
 
|pokemon=Shelgon
 
|gender=male
 
|level=52
 
|ability=Rock Head
 
|type1=Dragon
 
|move1=Rock Tomb|move1type=Rock
 
|move2=Dragon Claw|move2type=Dragon
 
|move3=Protect|move3type=Normal
 
|move4=Double-Edge|move4type=Normal}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=334
 
|pokemon=Altaria
 
|gender=male
 
|level=54
 
|ability=Natural Cure
 
|type1=Dragon|type2=Flying
 
|move1=Double-Edge|move1type=Normal
 
|move2=DragonBreath|move2type=Dragon
 
|move3=Dragon Dance|move3type=Dragon
 
|move4=Aerial Ace|move4type=Flying}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=230
 
|pokemon=Kingdra
 
|gender=male
 
|level=53
 
|ability=Swift Swim
 
|type1=Water|type2=Dragon
 
|move1=SmokeScreen|move1type=Normal
 
|move2=Dragon Dance|move2type=Dragon
 
|move3=Surf|move3type=Water
 
|move4=Body Slam|move4type=Normal}}
 
{{Party/Div|color={{dragon color}}}}
 
| style="margin:auto" |
 
{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=330
 
|pokemon=Flygon
 
|gender=male
 
|level=53
 
|ability=Levitate
 
|type1=Ground|type2=Dragon
 
|move1=Flamethrower|move1type=Fire
 
|move2=Crunch|move2type=Dark
 
|move3=DragonBreath|move3type=Dragon
 
|move4=Earthquake|move4type=Ground}}
 
| style="margin:auto" |
 
{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=373
 
|pokemon=Salamence
 
|gender=male
 
|level=55
 
|ability=Intimidate
 
|type1=Dragon|type2=Flying
 
|held=Sitrus Berry
 
|move1=Flamethrower|move1type=Fire
 
|move2=Dragon Claw|move2type=Dragon
 
|move3=Rock Slide|move3type=Rock
 
|move4=Crunch|move4type=Dark}}
 
{{Party/Footer}}
 
   
Drake sends out his {{p|Shelgon}} first, which is a pure Dragon type. It will keep using {{m|Protect}}, so try to avoid using moves low on PP because you'll run out, most likely. You will need to watch out for {{m|Double-Edge}}, a {{type|Normal}} move with 120 base power that will not deal recoil damage because of {{a|Rock Head|Shelgon's ability}}. {{m|Rock Tomb}} doesn't deal much damage in general aside from lowing your Pokemon's speed, thankfully, but {{m|Dragon Claw}} has 80 base power and gets [[STAB]], so be careful. Ice-type Pokémon shouldn't have any trouble against Shelgon as long as they watch out for Rock Tomb. Drake's second Pokémon, {{p|Altaria}} (a {{2t|Dragon|Flying}} type), also uses Double-Edge but receives recoil damage. It also knows {{m|Aerial Ace}}, a move with only 60 base power that never misses. {{m|DragonBreath}} has only 60 base power also, but has a chance of {{status|paralysis|paralyzing}} your Pokémon if it hits. Knock Altaria out as quickly as possible because it knows {{m|Dragon Dance}} to boost its Attack and Speed. Now comes a real threat... the {{2t|Water|Dragon}} {{p|Kingdra}}. Its only weakness is Dragon, a type that it can easily defeat. It knows {{m|SmokeScreen}} to lower the accuracy of your Pokémon's moves, and like Altaria, it has Dragon Dance. {{m|Surf}} does massive damage. Finally, {{m|Body Slam}} (has a chance of paralyzing your Pokémon) will really hurt when they hit (curiously this is a move that [[Game move errors|it cannot legitimately learn]] this pokémon). It is hard to inflict damage on Kingdra unless you have Dragon-type Pokémon in your party. Don't fool around with stat-boosting when fighting Kingdra— get it out of the way as quickly as possible. The next Pokémon is {{p|Flygon}}, a {{2t|Ground|Dragon}} type and yet another Pokémon with a 4× weakness to Ice. All of its moves are powerful attacks, with {{m|Earthquake}} and DragonBreath being especially powerful. The last Pokémon you'll face is {{p|Salamence}}, another {{2t|Dragon|Flying}} type. Salamence also owns one Sitrus Berry. Its stats are as good as those of many Legendary Pokémon, with its Attack stat being particularly high. Its moveset is {{m|Rock Slide}}, {{m|Flamethrower}}, {{m|Dragon Claw}}, and {{m|Crunch}}. All of its moves are deadly, but the most destructive is Dragon Claw. Although Ice is doubly supereffective against this dragon, it has two moves to get rid of Ice types. A good thing to do here is have a {{t|Water}} type that knows {{m|Ice Beam}}— Salamence has no super-effective moves against that type, and many Water types can learn Ice Beam using [[TM13|the TM]].
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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}}.
   
When you defeat Drake, '''heal up your team''' and proceed to the Champion's room!
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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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! Trainers
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|-
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|
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{{trainerheader|ocean}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Rodney|272|1|130|Gyarados|♂|34|}}
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{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer F.png|Swimmer|Katie|264<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Santiago</small>|2|118|Goldeen|♀|33||363|Spheal|♀|33|}}
  +
{{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}};"
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|- align="center"
  +
! Available Pokémon
  +
|-
  +
|
  +
{{Catch/header|ocean|no}}
  +
{{catch/div|land|Mirage Island}}
  +
{{Catch/entry3|360|Wynaut|no|no|yes|Grass|5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50|100%|type1=Psychic}}
  +
{{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}}
  +
|}
  +
{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ocean}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ocean}};"
  +
|- align="center"
  +
! Items
  +
|-
  +
|
  +
{{itlisth|land}}
  +
{{itemlist|Liechi Berry|Soft soil patch on Mirage Island|E=yes}}
  +
{{itlistfoot|land}}
  +
|}
   
==Champion Wallace==
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{{-}}
In {{2v2|Ruby|Sapphire}}, {{Steven}} was the Champion. Now, he's been replaced by [[Wallace]], a master of {{type|Water}} Pokémon. Four of Wallace's Pokemon can do super-effective damage to Grass-types, so it's time to bring in Electric-types to defeat Wallace. However, keep a Grass-type handy in your party which will help defeat his {{p|Whiscash}}.
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===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.
   
{{Party/Single
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==Route 131==
|color={{water color}}
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[[File:Hoenn Route 131 RSE.png|thumb|Route 131]]
|headcolor={{water color light}}
 
|bordercolor={{water color dark}}
 
|sprite=Spr E Wallace.png‎
 
|prize={{PDollar}}11600
 
|class=Champion
 
|name=Wallace
 
|game=E
 
|location=Ever Grande City
 
|pokemon=6}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=321
 
|pokemon=Wailord
 
|gender=male
 
|level=57
 
|type1=Water
 
|ability=Water Veil
 
|move1=Rain Dance|move1type=Water
 
|move2=Water Spout|move2type=Water
 
|move3=Double-Edge|move3type=Normal
 
|move4=Blizzard|move4type=Ice}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=073
 
|pokemon=Tentacruel
 
|gender=male
 
|level=55
 
|type1=Water|type2=Poison
 
|ability=Clear Body
 
|move1=Toxic|move1type=Poison
 
|move2=Hydro Pump|move2type=Water
 
|move3=Sludge Bomb|move3type=Poison
 
|move4=Ice Beam|move4type=Ice}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=272
 
|pokemon=Ludicolo
 
|gender=male
 
|level=56
 
|type1=Water|type2=Grass
 
|ability=Swift Swim
 
|move1=Giga Drain|move1type=Grass
 
|move2=Surf|move2type=Water
 
|move3=Leech Seed|move3type=Grass
 
|move4=Double Team|move4type=Normal}}
 
{{Party/Div|color={{water color}}}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=340
 
|pokemon=Whiscash
 
|gender=male
 
|level=56
 
|type1=Water|type2=Ground
 
|ability=Oblivious
 
|move1=Earthquake|move1type=Ground
 
|move2=Surf|move2type=Water
 
|move3=Amnesia|move3type=Psychic
 
|move4=Hyper Beam|move4type=Normal}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=130
 
|pokemon=Gyarados
 
|gender=male
 
|level=56
 
|type1=Water|type2=Flying
 
|ability=Intimidate
 
|move1=Dragon Dance|move1type=Dragon
 
|move2=Earthquake|move2type=Ground
 
|move3=Hyper Beam|move3type=Normal
 
|move4=Surf|move4type=Water}}
 
|{{Pokémon/3
 
|game=Emerald
 
|ndex=350
 
|pokemon=Milotic
 
|gender=male
 
|level=58
 
|type1=Water
 
|ability=Marvel Scale
 
|held=Sitrus Berry
 
|move1=Recover|move1type=Normal
 
|move2=Surf|move2type=Water
 
|move3=Ice Beam|move3type=Ice
 
|move4=Toxic|move4type=Poison}}
 
{{Party/Footer}}
 
   
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{{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]].
   
Wallace's {{p|Wailord}} starts with {{m|Rain Dance}}. It may be a good idea to have an Electric-type in your team that knows the powerful move {{m|Thunder}}, which has 100% accuracy in heavy [[rain]]. This can allow you to take out Wailord, and maybe several of his other Pokemon, easily. Take Wailord out as soon as possible because it knows the powerful move {{m|Water Spout}}, a move which deals more damage the more health Wailord has. As long as the rain is in effect, his Water-type moves will deal twice the normal damage, so take out Wailord as soon as possible. Next, he sends out his {{p|Tentacruel}}. It is a Water/Poison-type so don't use Grass-types against this one. Also watch out for its ability {{a|Liquid Ooze}}: don't use health sapping moves like {{m|Giga Drain}} or {{m|Leech Seed}}. Take Tentacruel out with a powerful Electric-type attack, preferably {{m|Thunder}} while the rain is still in effect. Be careful of {{m|Toxic}}, a move which badly poisons your Pokemon, and {{m|Hydro Pump}}, which will deal massive damage in rain. Next, he has {{p|Whiscash}}, a Water/Ground-type Pokemon. Don't use Electric-type attacks on this one, because it will have no effect! The good news is, however, that it is 4× weak to Grass-type attacks so switch to a Grass-type Pokemon and take it out quickly. It has {{m|Hyper Beam}}, an extremely powerful move, {{m|Amnesia}} which raises its {{stat|Special Defense}} and make it harder to damage, {{m|Surf}} which will likely be powered up by the rain, and {{m|Earthquake}} which will deal harsh damage. Get Whiscash out of the way with a powerful Grass-type attack. (Note: {{p|Tropius}} is an excellent Pokemon to fight Whiscash as it is a Grass-type and also avoids damage by Earthquake.) Next, he sends out his {{p|Ludicolo}}. It has {{m|Leech Seed}} to drain your Pokemon's health each turn (it can get annoying later on), {{m|Giga Drain}} which steals health, the extremely annoying {{m|Double Team}} which raises its evasiveness and {{m|Surf}}. Try taking it out with a Flying-, Bug- or Poison-type attack before it uses Double Team because it will become extremely annoying. A Pokemon with {{m|Aerial Ace}} should do fine against Ludicolo. Next, he sends out {{p|Gyarados}}, a powerful Water/Flying-type. It knows {{m|Earthquake}}, {{m|Hyper Beam}}, {{m|Surf}} and {{m|Dragon Dance}}, a move which boosts its speed and attack. Fortunately, it is 4× weak to Electric-type attacks, so take it out in one shot before it has a chance to make a move. Finally, his last and most powerful Pokemon, {{p|Milotic}}. It is holding a [[Sitrus Berry]] which heals 30HP and may get annoying later on. Do not use Grass-types against it as it knows a powerful Ice-type move, {{m|Ice Beam}}. It knows {{m|Toxic}} to badly poison your Pokemon and {{m|Surf}}. Finally, it knows {{m|Recover}}, a move which restores HP. This will prove annoying, especially since it can use it 20 times. Take Milotic out with a strong Electric-type attack before it can do much.
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{| class="expandable" style="margin: auto; background: #{{locationcolor/med|ocean}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|ocean}};"
  +
|- align="center"
  +
! Trainers
  +
|-
  +
|
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{{trainerheader|ocean}}
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{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Kevin|272<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Taila</small>|1|363|Spheal|♂|34|}}
  +
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
  +
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Triathlete Swimmer F.png|Triathlete|Taila|1360<br><small>Potential [[Double Battle]] with Kevin</small>|1|120|Staryu||34|}}
  +
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
  +
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer M.png|Swimmer|Richard|272|1|279|Pelipper|♂|34|}}
  +
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
  +
{{trainerentry|Spr RS Swimmer F.png|Swimmer|Kara|272|1|119|Seaking|♀|34|}}
  +
{{trainerdiv|ocean}}
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{{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)==
  +
[[File:Pacifidlog Town E.png|thumb|Pacifidlog Town]]
   
Now that you've defeated the Elite Four, the ending credits will roll and congratulations, you have completed the game! However, this is not it--there are many other things you can do after defeating the Elite Four.
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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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{{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}}
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{{Catch/entry3|129|Magikarp|no|no|yes|Fish Old|5-10|70%|type1=Water}}
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{{Catch/entry3|129|Magikarp|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|60%|type1=Water}}
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{{Catch/entry3|072|Tentacool|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|20%|type1=Water|type2=Poison}}
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{{Catch/entry3|320|Wailmer|no|no|yes|Fish Good|10-30|20%|type1=Water}}
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{{Catch/entry3|320|Wailmer|no|no|yes|Fish Super|30-45|60%|type1=Water}}
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{{Catch/entry3|319|Sharpedo|no|no|yes|Fish Super|25-35|40%|type1=Water|type2=Dark}}
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{{Catch/entry3|116|Horsea|no|no|yes|Trade|tradenum=371|tradename=Bagon|The same as the Traded Pokémon|One|type1=Water}}
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===An Old Legend===
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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 {{t|Rock}}, {{t|Ice}}, and {{t|Steel}}. It seems that Hoenn still has some secrets to discover!
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===Mirage Man===
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The old man in the southeast house spends his time by scanning the horizon for {{gdis|Mirage Island|III}}. Speak with him every day to learn if the island has appeared.
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Visit the Pokémon Center and speak to the young man near the entrance. He offers to teach the move {{m|Explosion}} to a Pokémon, one time only.
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===Time for a Trade===
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The boy in the south-central house is having trouble catching different Pokémon around town. He wishes to trade his {{p|Horsea}} for a {{p|Bagon}}. Horsea can be found on Routes {{rtn|132|Hoenn}}, {{rtn|133|Hoenn}}, and {{rtn|134|Hoenn}} to the west, while Bagon can only be found in [[Meteor Falls]].
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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 {{TM|27|Return}}. If your Pokémon is unfriendly toward you, he'll give you {{TM|21|Frustration}} instead.
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Latest revision as of 23:50, 16 July 2019

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
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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