Talk:Victory Road (Hoenn)

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How the heck did this get left in such a pitiful state for so long? TTEchidna 07:24, 7 September 2007 (UTC)

Golbat does appear in B1F of this area. ;o - Vitrier, 11:09PM, 10 May 2008 (AEST)

Incomplete tag

Another page which questions on the need of imcomplete tag. -- Ruixiang95 05:25, 7 December 2010 (UTC)

most articles are written with the incomplete tag on, because its quite hard to determine if there is still any more info needed to be added. of course, if you feel that the article is nearing its completion then feel free to remove it :) ---> AquaDragon 05:41, 7 December 2010 (UTC)


It seems items and their locations have been checked in R/S, although locations (floors) I put down for Emerald have been edited, and one item (the hidden Elixer) removed. I guess the item layout is different for R/S, and when the RS labels were added, conflicting information from Emerald was assumed to be incorrect. My original locations for Emerald are accurate. I will attempt to correct the item list to reflect the differences between R/S and E, using this map I made during my original run through the cave: Victory Road Map Ibm2431 00:46, 31 January 2011 (UTC)

I just ran through this area for a fresh save on my Sapphire cart, and the items and their locations are the same as Emerald. I've changed the list to reflect this. While I don't know why the items would be the same for Sapphire and Emerald but different for Ruby, I'll give the changes by TheFaither the benefit of the doubt and assume the items might be different in Ruby. However, could someone confirm all the items in Ruby? You can check against this map for Emerald (item locations are the same for Sapphire). Ibm2431 12:44, 1 May 2011 (UTC)

I found a small error in the items section. The hidden max repel was said to be found near the northwest ladder, but it's northeast, not northwest, so I fixed that. ^_^ KazeHaru Hime

Isn't Waterfall required?

While the article states "Players will need Strength, Rock Smash, and Surf to make their way through the cave. Flash and Waterfall, while not required, make traversing the cave easier." implying that Waterfall is optional to reach the exit of the cave, I can't see any way to get there without using it. daniel_kenta 00:16, 10 March 2014 (UTC)

You can get to the level at the top of the waterfalls by going up the stairs to the right of the rightmost waterfall. The bridges connect the land at the top of those stairs to the land by the left waterfall, and then all you have to do otherwise is Surf wherever you'd like to go. Tiddlywinks (talk) 00:24, 11 March 2014 (UTC)
But isn't it true that players can't go down waterfalls if they don't have a Pokemon that knows waterfall? Can you explain how to do it after where you left off on the above talk page comment? sumwun (talk) 03:37, 1 October 2016 (UTC)
Sorry nevermind. They can't go down only in DPPt. sumwun (talk) 03:39, 1 October 2016 (UTC)


Playing with my pokemon Sapphire, i found a Graveler using Rock smash, but it is level 33, so i suppose there are level < 35 gravelers over there. .Rawr! (talk) 07:27, 8 January 2015 (UTC) graveler_zpsb4387d7f.png

Corsola can be Fished at the Entrance

Was trying to chain fish a luvdisc but, mostly found wailmer and luvdisc, but I started noticing that I found corsola at a relatively low rate, but the page only says wailmer and luvdisc. - unsigned comment from Slack247 (talkcontribs)

Was it on Victory Road or what's considered Ever Grande City? --Spriteit (talk) 11:21, 4 January 2019 (UTC)

Actually after double checking, yeah it was at Ever Grande City, thought the entrance meant Ever Grande City, sorry. - unsigned comment from Slack247 (talkcontribs)