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                  |         Pokémon Black Version         |
                  |         Pokémon White Version         |
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                  |           An FAQ/Walkthrough          |
                  |             By KeyBlade999            |
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                  |         Current Version: v2.00        |
                  |  Previous Update: 10:58 PM 8/14/2011  |
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0. Contents************************************BW0***************************
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           |            Section Title             |  CTRL+F Tag  |
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           |   0. Contents                        |   **BW0**    |
           |   1. Intro                           |   **BW1**    |
           |   2. Version History                 |   **BW2**    |
           |   3. Legalities                      |   **BW3**    |
            >------------------------------------< >------------<
           |   4. Pre-credits Walkthrough         |   **BW4**    |
           |     I- Trio Badge                    |   **BW41**   |
           |     II- Basic Badge                  |   **BW42**   |
           |     III- Insect Badge                |   **BW43**   |
           |     IV- Bolt Badge                   |   **BW44**   |
           |     V- Quake Badge                   |   **BW45**   |
           |     VI- Jet Badge                    |   **BW46**   |
           |     VII- Freeze Badge                |   **BW47**   |
           |     VIII- Legend Badge               |   **BW48**   |
           |     IX- Pokémon League               |   **BW49**   |
           |                                      |              |
           |   5. Post-credits Walkthrough        |   **BW5**    |
           |     I- Exploring the Rest of Unova   |   **BW51**   |
           |     II- New Dreamyard Stuff          |   **BW52**   |
           |     III- New Relic Castle Stuff      |   **BW53**   |
           |     IV- Challenger's Cave            |   **BW54**   |
           |     V- Anville Town                  |   **BW55**   |
           |     VI- The Royal Unova              |   **BW56**   |
           |     VII- Seven Sage Hunting          |   **BW57**   |
           |     VIII- New Special Battles!       |   **BW58**   |
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1. Intro************************************BW1******************************
Welcome to my fourth complete FAQ/Walkthrough for the mainstream Pokémon games.
This one covers Pokémon Black/White Versions, the best Pokémon games released
as of this date. Erm... Not much else to say, I guess. Enjoy.

2. Version History************************************BW2********************
v0.10 - General format laid out. Contents, Intro, and Legal complete. Section
        I of the walkthrough complete; ready for Route 3 in Section II.
        11:53 PM 8/7/2011
v0.20 - Section II of the walkthrough finished; ready for Pinwheel Forest in
        Section III.  12:09 AM 8/9/2011
v0.30 - Section III of the walkthrough finished; actually am in Nimbasa for
        Section IV. The FAQ is now 128 KB large.  12:02 AM 8/10/2011
v0.50 - Completed Sections IV and V of the walkthrough, and at the Gym in
        Section VI. So the walkthrough is about 65% done. The FAQ is now a
        precise 200 KB. O_o   12:08 AM 8/11/2011
v0.70 - Finished Sections VI and VII of the walkthrough. I'm at Route 9 in
        Section VIII.  12:10 AM 8/12/2011
v1.01 - Finished Sections VIII and IX of the walkthrough, thereby making this
        the first submittable version of this FAQ -- however, I'll wait until
        I finish. As for Section I in section five, I'm at the Village Bridge.
        Current size: 346 KB.  12:09 AM 8/13/2011
v1.10 - Finished Section I of Section 5. The FAQ is now 414 KB.
        12:15 AM 8/14/2011
v2.00 - And so, another summer break ends, and high school begins. *coughs*
        Anyhow, I finished Sections II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, and VIII of the
        post-credits walkthrough. As such, I have finished this FAQ to the
        extent I desired.
          ~~ Start-End Time: 7 days.
          ~~ File Size     : 526 KB.
          ~~ Time of Update: 10:58 PM 8/14/2011

3. Legalities************************************BW3*************************
This FAQ may be not be reproduced under any circumstances except for personal,
private use. It may not be placed on any website or otherwise distributed
publicly without advance written permission. Use of this guide on any other
website or as a part of any public display is strictly prohibited, and a
violation of copyright.

All trademarks and copyrights contained in this document are owned by their
respective trademark and copyright holders.

© 2011 Daniel Chaviers (aka KeyBlade999).

If you would wish to contact me concerning this or my other FAQs, use this
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4. Pre-credits Walkthrough************************************BW4************

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Once you start the game and watch the opening scenes, then select "New Game",
you can be given an explanation of the Pokémon world. The Professor telling you
of it is Professor Juniper. She's the first in-game female professor actually!
Anyhow, after you select your gender and then your name, the camera will swoop
into your house as Professor Juniper enters ...

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                                 Nuvema Town
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Your character will be inside your room, which is upstairs (as always), with
your friend, Cheren. Bianca, another friend, will soon enter and the three of
you focus on the present on the table. It contains your three starter Pokémon
of the Unova region.

~~ Snivy, and all three of its evolutions, are of the Grass type. They are weak
   to Fire, Flying, Ice, Bug, and Poison. You'll have trouble going for the
   third, sixth, and seventh badges if you pick this Pokémon, although you will
   have an advantage in the fifth gym. Generally, this Pokémon is good for a
   challenge play, because the type-coverer you'll get later only helps cover
   one of the five weaknesses and provides no direct advantage in the Gyms,
   except the first (which is mandatory).

~~ Tepig is of the Fire-type. It is weak to Rock, Water, and Ground. Its
   evolutions are Fire/Fighting, and add the weaknesses of Flying and Psychic
   while neutralizing the Rock weakness. Tepig itself will do good in the third
   and seventh Gyms, while having trouble in the fifth. The evolutions will
   have additional advantages in the second and seventh (yeah, dual-advantage)
   while having trouble with the sixth. The type-coverer later on will help out
   in the fifth gym, and it covers the Rock/Ground weaknesses. I would use this
   Pokémon for a somewhat-easy playthrough.

~~ Oshawott is of the Water-type. It is weak to Grass and Electric. It'll have
   problems in only the seventh gym. The type-coverer will help cover the Grass
   weakness. So, generally, this Pokémon will help you learn the basics of the
   game and is best for beginners.

After this, Bianca, then Cheren, pick their Pokémon, which are determined by
what YOU picked.

          O-----------------O-------------------O------------------O
          |  You picked...  |  Bianca picks...  |  Cheren picks... |
          O-----------------O-------------------O------------------O
          |  Snivy          |  Oshawott         |  Tepig           |
          |  Tepig          |  Snivy            |  Oshawott        |
          |  Oshawott       |  Tepig            |  Snivy           |
          O-----------------O-------------------O------------------O

The general idea is that, if all battles would be starter-only, you'd have the
advantage over Bianca, while Cheren would have the advantage over YOU. (And
Bianca would have the advantage over Cheren.)

After this, Bianca will challenge you to a battle.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer Bianca  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Snivy [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 5) Grass    <--,                 |
|           Tepig [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 5) Fire  <--+- Only one.      |
|           Oshawott [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 5) Water <--'                 |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  This battle, like all starting battles, displays a lack of an advantage   |
|  or disadvantage. All starters at Lv. 5 only have a Normal-type move and a |
|  stat-reducing move. So, you'll just have to use that move.                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, win or lose, Cheren will heal your Pokémon and challenge you
to another battle.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer Cheren  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Snivy [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 5) Grass <--,                 |
|           Tepig [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 5) Fire     <--+- Only one.      |
|           Oshawott [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 5) Water <--'                 |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  This battle, like all starting battles, displays a lack of an advantage   |
|  or disadvantage. All starters at Lv. 5 only have a Normal-type move and a |
|  stat-reducing move. So, you'll just have to use that move.                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After you win/lose, you can go and walk around, ignoring the mess. Go
downstairs to find Bianca and Cheren speaking with your mother. Your mom will
say that she'll clean up the mess, then will give the cross-transceiver (seen
as Xtranceiver in-game). Now, leave the house.

Outside, Bianca will go south into her house to speak with her parents. Her
house is the southwestern one; Cheren's is the southeastern one; your is the
central one; and the Pokémon Lab is to the northwest. Go into Bianca's house to
find her being yelled by her father. She'll leave and you'll then to go to the
Pokémon Lab, where Bianaca and Cheren already are. Speak with Cheren and all
three of you will enter the lab.

Inside, you'll be given a Pokédex. This item can document data on all 156
Pokémon of the Unova region, and, later on, all 649 Pokémon in the world. You
will also get a chance to nickname your starter Pokémon.

After the professor leave, walk outside to have a talk with your mother, who
will give you the Town Map. This shows the map of the Unova region, which is
rather hexagonally shaped, isn't it? After this, you should now to Route 1, the
entrance to which is northeast of town.

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                                   Route 1
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Lillipup      |  Normal              |  2 to 4       |  Grass             |
|  Patrat        |  Normal              |  2 to 4       |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  2 to 4       |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers to be battled here.              |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Firstly, on the above table. This details stuff about Pokémon encounters. I
haven't had the time to find the precise %s, so I did away with that. I kept
the Pokémon name and the encounter method. The latter describes how to find it;
it may be an action (Surf), place (Grass), or an item (Super Rod). The Pokémon
type was added since my HG/SS FAQ, as was the level range. The former is easy
to figure out; the latter describes the minimum/maximum levels this Pokémon is
known to be found at. As for the "shaking" notation on Audino (and others,
later on), the grass in this game can shake around some. Thusly, this Pokémon
IS found in the grass on the route, but only the shaking grass tiles. Similar
notations will be given in places such as watery areas and caves.

Another thing that has stayed since my HG/SS guide was the Trainers' Pokémon.
I don't really like having my charts take up so much room as they did with my
D/P/Pt guides, so I reduced the Trainers' section to just Pokémon species and
levels; no strategies. I do note whether there isn't a single Trainer on the
route; same for wild Pokémon. (Of course, if both are absent, the chart isn't
placed.)

Anyhow, once you and your friends walk north onto Route 1, you'll Professor
Juniper. She'll show you how to catch a Pokémon, which isn't a bunch of jumping
like in HG/SS (the first time, anyhow). You'll then be given five Poké Balls.
The idea of catching Pokémon is to first lower its HP as much as possible,
preferably into the red. Then you should try to put a status on the Pokémon;
the best tend to be Paralysis and Sleep. After that, throw a Pokéball. Many
types of Pokéballs exist, some having extremely high catch rates.

*coughs*  After the Professor leaves and you are free to do as you wish, Cheren
and Bianca decide to have a contest on who can catch the most Pokémon on the
route. There are only three on the route, so you may want to try your hand at
it anyhow. The contest has no reward, but, as a note, both Cheren and Bianca
will have two Pokémon total (their starter and another, which Cheren doesn't
seem to raise, but Bianca does).

While you're on Route 1, be sure to speak with the dark-haired girl in the
grass; she'll give you a Potion. A Potion is an item that restores a Pokémon's
HP by 20 (or less, if it has lost less than 20). They can commonly be bought
at the shops in Pokémon Centers or as items on the routes. Anyhow, catch all
you want for now.

When you walk to the top of the route and tell Cheren and Bianca you're done
with the route, you'll also get a call from Professor Juniper, which turns into
a four-way call. After it, go north into Accumula Town.

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                                Accumula Town
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The first building you'll find is the Pokémon Center, where you'll also find
Professor Juniper. Speak with her and she'll teach you everything about the
Pokémon Center, whether you want/need her to or not.

On the ground floor, beside the computer, is the healing center. Speak with
the nurse there to heal the status, HP, and PP of the Pokémon in your party.
You also get notified when your Pokémon have Pokérus, a good unhealable
status. By the blue counter is the Pokémart, which is now in the same place
as the Pokémon Center. Its functions are the same - buy and sell items. You
should buy some Potions here. Upstairs is the Wi-Fi Center, where you will
find the compacted versions of the various wireless/Nintendo WFC functions
from the previous games. The PC downstairs can store/withdraw the Pokémon from
storage (which is currently at a max of 240, I believe), get a Pokédex rating
from Prof. Juniper, access your PC mail, and, later on, see your various
records (Hall of Fames, for example). On a side note, Pokémon stored in a PC
are fully healed (except for Pokérus), unlike R/B/Y/G.

When you're ready, leave the Pokémon Center and you'll find a commotion to the
west. Go west, towards the crowd, where Cheren will stop you. Team Plasma is up
on the hill, speaking about liberating Pokémon. Team Plasma is much like the
Team Rocket (R/B/Y/G/G/S/C/HG/SS) and Team Galactic (D/P/Pt) of the previous
games - they are a bad team (opposite of what you may think at this point) that
reside within the Unova region.

After the speech, N, an unknown Trainer (for now), will appraoch and battle you.
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|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer N  \
|_________________________\__________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Purrloin (Lv. 7) Dark                                            |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Purrloin has type weaknesses to Bug and Fighting, with a Psychic immunity.|
|  Not like it matters much. Unless you've been doing some serious grinding, |
|  you won't have a move of any of these types. If your Pokémon has a type   |
|  move of its type (ie. Snivy with Vine Whip), use it, as it gets a 50%     |
|  power bonus (called STAB). So, this is basically a slightly-harder        |
|  version of your first battle.                                             |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After defeating N, he'll speak with you for a bit and leave. Cheren soon
follows suit.

After regaining control, you can go to the northwestern house and speak with
the man on the second floor to receive a Poké Ball. That's pretty much it. On
this same floor is a girl who can play Pokémon rock-paper-scissors with you. In
the northeastern house, you can speak with the musicians to add their musical
instruments to the Accumula Town song, until you leave.

Whenever you're done, return to and heal at the Pokémon Center. Then go to the
northwestern corner of town, and continue west onto Route 2.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Lillipup      |  Normal              |  4 to 7       |  Grass             |
|  Patrat        |  Normal              |  4 to 7       |  Grass             |
|  Purrloin      |  Dark                |  4 to 7       |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  4 to 7       |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Patrat Lv. 7                                           |
|                     Purrloin Lv. 7                                         |
|                     Lillipup Lv. 7                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Some stuff on the Trainers' Pokémon section. This section will list, and will
ONLY list, the Pokémon each Trainer has. There are no names, no cash info, no
strategies. Just the Pokémon and the level. Each individual line will list one
Trainer, unless otherwise noted. (I did the same system for the HG/SS guide,
and only used the "same battle" note once, and that was due to a double
battle.) Finally, I try to make the Trainers be listed in the order you find
and battle them, or at least as listed in the FAQ.

After walking a couple of steps past the gatehouse, you'll get an Xtranceiver
from your mother, who soon shows up. She'll give you the Running Shoes. By
holding B, you can move faster. Unfortunately, unlike HG/SS, they don't have
the always-on function you can set, so prepare to hold B a lot. Your mother
soon leaves.

Onto the Route! After receiving the Running Shoes, go into the nearby patch of
grass and grab the Potion (items are STILL denoted by a Pokéball on the
screen). You'll soon run into a Youngster.

Defeat him and his Patrat and go east to battle a Lass. Defeat her and continue
to the east. You'll find some grass. Travel northward and battle the last
Trainer on the Route. After that battle, go east and up the hill, then south.
You'll find a Poké Ball and a Potion near the end of the path. Go back down the
hill and then north. You'll soon find and battle Bianca.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer Bianca  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Lillipup (Lv. 6) Normal                                          |
|           Snivy [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 7) Grass    <--,                 |
|           Tepig [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 7) Fire  <--+- Only one.      |
|           Oshawott [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 7) Water <--'                 |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Lillipup are weak to Fighting and immune to Ghost. This Pokémon shouldn't |
|  cause that much trouble for you though. I'm pretty sure it doesn't have   |
|  any form of advantage over your starter.                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Snivy are weak to Flying, Ice, Fire, Bug, and Poison. By now, your Tepig  |
|  should have Ember, so you can start using it on Snivy.                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Tepig is weak to Rock, Ground, and Water. Your starter should have a      |
|  Water move by now, if you fight Tepig in this battle, so use it.          |
|                                                                            |
|  Oshawott is weak to Grass and Electric, and -- guess what? -- Snivy       |
|  should have a Grass move by now. So use it.                               |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your starter at Lv. 10+ will be able to solo it.         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, continue north into Striation City.

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                                Striation City
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At the southernmost portion of the city, you can find a gap in the trees. If
you go along it, you'll be able to grab an X Speed.

If you go to easternmost buildings and go up the southernmost east set of
stairs, you can speak with a man inside. He will give you a Great Ball. This
ball has a 1.5x catch rate versus the 1.0x of the Poké Ball. The Ultra Ball,
an item later on for buying, has 2.0x. Then the next I recommend would be the
Dusk Ball (4.0x at night), which is the best unless you count the Master Ball
(256.0x catch rate; more or less 100%). So, yeah, food for thought.

If you now leave and go down the alley and go in the small alley between the
building you was just in and the trees, you'll find a man who'll give you the
Dusk Ball. Well, speak of the devil! Anyhow, this ball has a 4.0x catch rate
versus the normal Poké Ball (2.7x versus the Great Ball), but only at night or
in a cave or in another poorly-light area.

Let's go visit the Pokémon Center now and heal up our Pokémon. Buy some items
if desired. Leave and go into the building west of the Pokémon Center. This is
a Pokémon School. Inside, a brown-haired boy can quiz you. The questions, I
believe, are about statuses. Anyhow, the correct answers are the top one, and
the the bottom one. You'll be given a Full Heal, which heals all statuses
(except Pokérus). You will also find Cheren by the chalkboard. Speak with him
to battle ... inside the school. (Didn't he learn anything from MY room!?)
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer Cheren  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Snivy [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 11) Grass <--,                |
|           Tepig [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 11) Fire     <--+- Only one.     |
|           Oshawott [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 11) Water <--'                |
|           Purrloin (Lv. 8) Dark                                            |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Snivy is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, Poison, and Bug. You are unlikely to  |
|  have any of these moves. I WOULD say to use your non-Normal move, but,    |
|  considering everything, it would only do 75% of the normal damage. So use |
|  your Normal move.                                                         |
|                                                                            |
|  Tepig is weak to Water, Ground, and Rock. As I stated above, it would be  |
|  better to use your Normal move.                                           |
|                                                                            |
|  Oshawott is weak to Grass and Electric. Again, use your Normal move.      |
|                                                                            |
|  Purrloin is weak to Fighting and Bug. Your starter will work here.        |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your starter at Lv. 11+ will do fine. You may need to    |
|  heal it, though.                                                          |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, Cheren will give you 3 Oran Berries. These items will
restores 10 HP of a Pokémon when held in-battle when the Pokémon goes below
50% HP. You can also use it immediately in-battle.

Now, leave the school, heal at the Pokémon Center, and head west, past the
school. You'll find a fountain. Go south and across the bridge to find a Great
Ball.

Next, ignore the Gym and go east to the Dreamyard.

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                                  Dreamyard
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Not available at the moment.                                              |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Purrloin Lv. 8 (x2)                                    |
|                     Patrat Lv. 7 (x2), Lillipup Lv. 7                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Another thing on the Trainers' Pokémon. If I say (x2) or something, that means
the Trainer has two Pokémon of the same species and level. They don't
necessarily come out at the same or have the same moves/stats/etc. An unstated
multiplier means that there is just one of that species and level.

Anyhow, firstly go forward and battle the Lass. After this battle, take notice
of the tree blocking the way north. This is a Cut tree. They will remain in
your path until you use the HM01 move, Cut, on them out of battle. You'll need
the HM01 and the Trio Badge to do this, though -- and you have neither. So
ignore it and keep going forward to battle the Youngster.

After the second battle, speak with the dark-haired person, and you'll receive
a simian Pokémon based on your starter, assuming you have an empty party slot.
You'll have to return to the Pokémon Center and put a Pokémon in storage if
you lack an empty slot.

           O============O--------------------O---------O----------O
           |  Starter   |  Pokémon Received  |  Type   |  Level   |
           O============O--------------------O---------O----------O
           |  Snivy     |  Panpour           |  Water  |    10    |
           |  Tepig     |  Pansage           |  Grass  |    10    |
           |  Oshawott  |  Pansear           |  Fire   |    10    |
           O============O--------------------O---------O----------O

You'll be given a chance to nickname the Pokémon. Next, go north and near the
orange traffic cone to find an X Defend. That'll be it for now; return to
Striation City.

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                                Striation City
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Return to the Pokémon Center and heal. Then go to the green-haired guy in the
Gym's doorway, that building east of the Pokémon Center. He will speak with
you, then go into the Gym. You should follow suit.

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                                Striation Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon can be found in this location.                            |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Lillipup Lv. 11                                        |
|                     Patrat Lv. 10, Purrloin Lv. 11                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter and take a step or two forward, a man will notice you and give
you a Fresh Water. This is an item that heals 50 HP, quite a gift at this
point in-game. This will happen at all eight of the Unova Gyms.

The puzzle is like this: there will be a Pokémon type imaged on the curtain.
Of the three types below it (Fire, Water, and Grass), you are to step on the
panel with the type that the curtain's type is weak against.

For this first room, the curtain is Fire. Thusly, step on the Water panel to
open up the next room. Go forward some to battle a Waiter.

As for the second curtain, after the battle, go forward. The curtain shows
Water. Step on the Grass panel and go forward for a battle against a Waitress.

In the next room, you'll see Grass. Step on the Fire panel and then go forward
to find Cilan, one of the Gym Leaders here, alongside Chili and Cress. This is
the first time ever in Pokémon that there are three Leaders for Gym; luckily,
you only need to battle one of them.

This is determined by your starter. If it is Snivy, you'll fight Chili; if it
is Tepig, you'll fight Cress; if it is Oshawott, you'll fight Cilan. They'll
determine who will fight you.

A good strategy is to use your starter to take out their lead Pokémon, then
switch to your simian Pokémon to deal with your opponent's. Just saying. Speak
with the Gym Leader to begin.
 ______________________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Chili/Cress/Cilan  \
|_______________________________________\____________________________________
|  Chili's Pokémon: Lillipup (Lv. 12) Normal                                 |
|                   Pansear (Lv. 14) Fire                                    |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Cress's Pokémon: Lillipup (Lv. 12) Normal                                 |
|                   Panpour (Lv. 14) Water                                   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Cilan's Pokémon: Lillipup (Lv. 12) Normal                                 |
|                   Pansage (Lv. 14) Grass                                   |
|============================================================================|
|  Lillipup is weak to Fighting and immune to Ghost. Regardless, as I said   |
|  earlier, use your starter against the lead Pokémon, so as to protect your |
|  simian Pokémon from the usually-higher-leveled simian of the other person.|
|                                                                            |
|  Pansear, Panpour, and Pansage should be dealt with using Panpour,         |
|  Pansage, and Pansear, respectively. Again, your simian will have a type   |
|  advantage over your opponent's, so just use it.                           |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your starter at Lv. 12+, and your simian at Lv. 10+.     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, you'll receive the Trio Badge, which permits the use of HM01
(Cut) out of battle. You'll also get TM83 (Work Up). Speaking of TMs, they work
differently than the TMs of the previous games. They now have an unlimited
number of uses, much like HMs. Pretty great.

Exit the Gym when ready.


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                                Striation Gym
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Once you have obtained the Trio Badge and TM83 (Work Up), leave the Gym.

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                                Striation City
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As you leave the Gym, Fennel, one of the scientists residing in Striation
City, will stop you and take you to the second floor of her house. She will
give you HM01 (Cut). This lets you cut down small trees out of battle (because
of the Trio Badge), like the one in the Dreamyard.

Fennel will then you that she wants some Dream Mist from Munna so she can fix
the Game Sync machine. Munna is found in the Dreamyard.

Go to the Pokémon Center and heal up, then go to the Dreamyard.

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                                  Dreamyard
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Patrat        |  Normal              |  8 to 11      |  Grass             |
|  Purrloin      |  Dark                |  8 to 11      |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  8 to 11      |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Munna         |  Psychic             |  8 to 10      |  Grass             |
|  Musharna      |  Psychic             |  11           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No normal Trainers appear here.                        |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Firstly, you'll have to teach a Pokémon the move Cut. Your starter may be able
to learn it; if not, your simian can. I think. Once you teach it, find the
small Cut tree blocking your way further and cut it down. Once you try to go
through the hole in the wall, Bianca will come and speak with you, then go
forward some. Go past here to hear a noise. Walk up and thorugh the doorway to
find Munna, the Pokémon Fennel was looking for, sitting in the open.

When you get close enough, Bianca will come and the Munna will run off. The
two of you follow it, then some Team Plasma Grunts will show. The Grunts begin
to abuse the Munna, so you then battle them (one at a time).
 ___________________________
|  BOSS: Team Plasma Grunt  \
|____________________________\_______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Patrat (Lv. 10) Normal                                           |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  It is weak to Fighting and immune to Ghost. Again, like it matters. Your  |
|  Pokémon -- starter or simian -- can deal with this.                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

You'll then have to battle the other Grunt.
 ___________________________
|  BOSS: Team Plasma Grunt  \
|____________________________\_______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Purrloin (Lv. 10) Dark                                           |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  It is weak to Bug and Fighting and immune to Psychic. Again, just use     |
|  your starter or simian Pokémon.                                           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Once that Grunt is dealt with, you'll listen to some banter. Soon afterwards,
Ghetsis, a man of authority in Team Plasma apparently, will teleport in, soon
followed by another ... and another appears behind the Grunts. They run off and
Ghetsis leaves.

A Musharna soon comes from around the corner. Fennel, the scientist from
earlier, also comes in and notices Munna and Musharna, both of which who leave
soon. It is soon determined that Musharna made an illusion of Ghetsis appear
earlier, using the Dream Mist, to save Munna. Some of the Mist is left behind
and Fennel snatches some, returning to her lab in Striation. Bianca then
proceeds to speak with you.

After this, you can find some items. Go west and under the walkway. In the
grass nearby, you'll find a Poké Ball. Near the hole in the wall near the
bottom of the staircase, you'll find a Parlyz Heal. Go up these stairs and
right to find a Repel. Return to the staircase's apex and go left to find a
Potion.

Once you're done item-hunting, return to Striation City.

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                                Striation City
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Go to the Pokémon Center and heal up. Exit and go to the easternmost set of
buildings and enter the northernmost one of them. Go to its second floor.
There, speak with Fennel to receive the C-Gear.

This object can use wireless, Wi-Fi, and infrared/IR connections for various
reasons. Infrared can let trade/battle with other real-life people a short
distance away. Wireless lets you use the Entralink and the Xtranceiver (for
talking and such). Wi-Fi will let you sync your game with the Pokémon Global
Link website.

A note about this: Even when you are not using it, the C-Gear is going to
constantly search for Wi-Fi connections. Doing so will quicken how fast the
DS/3DS battery dies (which is bad enough as it is for the 3DS). If you have no
reasons/plans to use the C-Gear, just turn it off. Additionally, try to not to
use it in airports (messes with navigation), hospitals (messes with equipment),
or within a couple of feet (~0.6 meters) of a pacemaker (a bad idea).

After receiving the C-Gear, you'll be given the Pal Pad. Like with D/P/Pt/HG/SS
before it, you can record other people's Friend Codes/FCs in here. This lets
you trade/battle with them specificly over Nintendo WFC. You can record them
manually or by using the C-Gear's infrared stuff.

Finally, we can leave. Go west of the city to the fountain, then go north onto
Route 3.

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                                   Route 3
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Patrat        |  Normal              |  8            |  Grass             |
|  Purrloin      |  Dark                |  9            |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  8 to 11      |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Blitzle       |  Electric            |  8 to 11      |  Grass             |
|  Lillipup      |  Normal              |  9            |  Grass             |
|  Pidove        |  Normal/Flying       |  8 to 11      |  Grass             |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Lillipup Lv. 10, Munna Lv. 10                          |
|                     Pansage Lv. 10                                         |
|                     Pansear Lv. 10                                         |
|                     Panpour Lv. 10                                         |
|                     Purrloin Lv. 10 (x2)                                   |
|                     Patrat Lv. 9, Pidove Lv. 9, Lillipup Lv. 9             |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

As you enter Route 3, you'll find a staircase. Walk up it to find two buildings
and a playground to the left. The building on the right is the Pokémon Daycare.
Here, you can drop off one or two Pokémon for the people there to raise. For
every step you take while the Pokémon are there, they will gain 1 EXP. They
automatically level up and learn moves. Also, if you leave two Pokémon (a male
and female there) there, you may be able to get eggs. Please note that some
Pokémon, despite being of a gender (eg. Latias, Latios), cannot breed.

The building on the left is a preschool. The person nearest the doorway will
restore your Pokémon's HP/PP/status for you if spoken to, like a Pokémon
Center. That's pretty much that all inside.

To the left of the preschool is the children's playground. As you enter, you'll
have to battle a Nursery Aide. After the battle, head over to the northwestern
corner of the sandbox and go one step right and two down. Press A to find an
Ultra Ball.

Now, aside from that, we can battle the kids here. One is next to the slide's
stairs. There are also two Preschoolers to the south of the slide; they will
battle one at a time.

That'll be it for this portion of Route 3. Heal up inside the preschool and
descend the stairs. Go west and you'll fight your first double battle. These
"double battles" were introduced with the GBA Pokémon games Ruby and Sapphire
Versions (also known as the third generation or Gen. III). These battles are
two-on-two and usually require you to supply two of your Pokémon. The Pokémon
initially sent out are the top two on the list (skipping eggs and KO'ed
Pokémon). During these, either of your Pokémon can attack either opponent. Each
Pokémon gets a turn. Some moves, such as Surf and Earthquake, can affect both
of the opponents, sometimes including the user's partner. So be careful with
what you choose.

Anyhow, return to the preschool to heal if you got too damaged, then continue
west past where you had the double battle. As you go forward, you'll find
Cheren and will battle him.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer Cheren  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Snivy [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 14) Grass <--,                |
|           Tepig [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 14) Fire     <--+- Only one.     |
|           Oshawott [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 14) Water <--'                |
|           Purrloin (Lv. 12) Dark                                           |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Snivy is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, Poison, and Bug. The thing about      |
|  this battle is that your simian Pokémon that you got in the Dreamyard can |
|  easily finish off Cheren's starter. Just note that it holds an Oran       |
|  Berry, which will heal 10 HP when it goes below 1/3 health.               |
|                                                                            |
|  Tepig is weak to Water, Ground, and Rock. The thing about this battle is  |
|  that your simian Pokémon that you got in the Dreamyard can easily finish  |
|  off Cheren's starter. Just note that it holds an Oran Berry, which will   |
|   heal 10 HP when it goes below 1/3 health.                                |
|                                                                            |
|  Oshawott is weak to Grass and Electric. The thing about this battle is    |
|  that your simian Pokémon that you got in the Dreamyard can easily finish  |
|  off Cheren's starter. Just note that it holds an Oran Berry, which will   |
|   heal 10 HP when it goes below 1/3 health.                                |
|                                                                            |
|  Purrloin is weak to Fighting and Bug. Either your simian or starter will  |
|  do.                                                                       |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your simian Pokémon at Lv. 14+ can usually solo it, but  |
|  bring your starter (Lv. 15+) as back-up.                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After you defeat Cheren, you'll see two Team Plasma Grunts run past, soon
followed by Bianca and a little girl. It seems that those Grunt stole the
little girl's Pokémon. Obviously, you'll need to get it back. After the talking
is over with, Cheren will off to the west to chase the Grunts down.

When you regain control, go into the nearby patch of grass to get the Super
Potion. The Super Potion heals 50 HP of a Pokémon, much like a Fresh Water. Go
and heal up at the preschool if you need to, then go west to where Cheren went.
Continue west until you bump into a wall, then you'll need to go north. You
will find Cheren in front of a cave entrance. Ignore this situation for the
moment and go east through the grass. You'll find a Pokémon Breeder to battle
there, who will give you an Oran Berry upon her defeat. Go south to find a
Repel. Return to Cheren's location and speak with him, responding "yes". He
will go into the cave. You should follow suit.

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                               Wellspring Cave
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Roggenrola    |  Rock                |  10 to 13     |  Walk around       |
|  Woobat        |  Psychic/Flying      |  10 to 13     |  Walk around       |
|  Drilbur       |  Ground              |  10 to 13     |  Walk around(swirl)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers normally appear in this location.          |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you are ready, walk to the two Team Plasma Grunts. Some talking, and there
will be a quick battle.
 ___________________________
|  BOSS: Team Plasma Grunt  \
|____________________________\_______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Patrat (Lv. 12) Normal                                           |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Patrat are weak to Fighting with a Ghost immunity. Regardless, either     |
|  your starter or simian Pokémon, assuming they are Lv. 14+, can deal with  |
|  this with utter ease.                                                     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After this, there will be a quick scene and then two more Grunts come. This
battle will be a double battle, with Cheren being your partner. With situations
like this, when you have a partner, you cannot control their actions or Pokémon
at all.
 _________________________________________________________________
|  BOSS: Team Plasma Grunt and Team Plasma Grunt (Double Battle)  \
|__________________________________________________________________\_________
|  Partner Cheren's Pokémon: Snivy [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 14) Grass    |
|  (only one of these)       Tepig [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 14) Fire        |
|                            Oshawott [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 14) Water    |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Team Plasma Grunt's Pokémon: Patrat (Lv. 12) Normal                       |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Team Plasma Grunt's Pokémon: Patrat (Lv. 12) Normal                       |
|============================================================================|
|  As before, the Patrat are only weak to Fighting and immune to Ghost. Like |
|  it should matter. As before, use your own starter/simian Pokémon. If, for |
|  some reason, it faints, switch and remember to heal when you need to!     |
|  Another thing to remember is that, if you have a move that is the same    |
|  type as your Pokémon, use it! It gets 50% more power (assuming the move   |
|  does normal damage).                                                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After winning the battle, there will be a bit of talking. During this scene,
the Team Plasma Grunts will give you the girl's Pokémon and flee. Cheren leaves
to give the girl her Pokémon back.

Once you regain control, go west in the cave and follow the path around to the
item, TM46 (Thief). That'll be all for here; exit the cave and return to
Route 3.

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                                   Route 3
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Patrat        |  Normal              |  8            |  Grass             |
|  Purrloin      |  Dark                |  9            |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  8 to 11      |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Blitzle       |  Electric            |  8 to 11      |  Grass             |
|  Lillipup      |  Normal              |  9            |  Grass             |
|  Pidove        |  Normal/Flying       |  8 to 11      |  Grass             |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Lillipup Lv. 10, Munna Lv. 10                          |
|                     Pansage Lv. 10                                         |
|                     Pansear Lv. 10                                         |
|                     Panpour Lv. 10                                         |
|                     Purrloin Lv. 10 (x2)                                   |
|                     Patrat Lv. 9, Pidove Lv. 9, Lillipup Lv. 9             |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 13                                         |
|                     Woobat Lv. 13                                          |
|                     Patrat Lv. 12, Purrloin Lv. 12                         |
|                     Pidove Lv. 12, Roggenrola Lv. 12                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go back east to Bianca and the little girl. As thanks for returning her Pokémon
to her, the girl will give you three Heal Balls before Bianca takes her away.
On the Heal Ball... A Heal Ball is almost the same as a regular Poké Ball, as
far as catch rate (1.0x) goes. However, upon successful capture, the captured
Pokémon will be fully healed: HP/PP and status. That is the only difference, as
it doesn't affect it otherwise. Another note: if you have six Pokémon (eggs
included) in your party and capture a Pokémon with one, it would have been a
wasted ball: if you have six Pokémon, a captured one is sent to the PC, and
Pokémon in the PC are automatically healed.

Anyhow, you can now travel to the south. As you do so, you'll encounter and
battle a School Kid. Defeat him and go into the patch of grass to the east and
you will find an Antidote. Further south, you'll find Cheren. You'll be warned
of the taller, darker-green grass, as it can sometimes cause wild double
battles. These are like regular double battles, except you can catch the
Pokémon. There is only one catch: if both the opposing Pokémon aren't KO'ed,
you can't try to capture, as it is tough to aim with both of them around. You
will therefore need to KO the one you don't want. Additionally, the grass can
SOMETIMES produce additional species not in the other lighter grass.

*coughs* Anyhow, continue southward to battle another School Kid. After the
battle, continue along the path. When you get to the bridge, go south and
through the grass. You'll find a Great Ball in there. Return to and go across
the bridge. As you do, you'll have to battle another School Kid.

Once across the bridge, you'll find an Awakening (Sleep status restorative).
Further along is another School Kid. Battle and defeat him, then go through
the gatehouse in Nacrene City.

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                                 Nacrene City
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When you enter, go west a few steps and you'll meet up again with Cheren. He
will walk you over to the Pokémon Center, and also give you 3 Chesto Berries.
These items can cure the Sleep status, and will do it automatically in battle
if they are held.

Anyhow, go into the Pokémon Center and heal. Do some shopping if desired. Then
exit and go into the building to the west of the Center. There, you'll find a
shop that can sell stat-boosting items like X Attack and Dire Hit. I personally
don't use them a lot, but some people find them useful. Anyhow, go into the
building to west of this building and speak with the blue-haired woman. You can
be given an item based on your choice:

    O------------O-----------------O------------------------------------O
    |  Choice    |  Item Received  |  Item's effect when held           |
    O------------O-----------------O------------------------------------O
    |  Snivy     |  Miracle Seed   |  Grass moves do 20% extra damage.  |
    |  Tepig     |  Charcoal       |  Fire moves do 20% extra damage.   |
    |  Oshawott  |  Mystic Water   |  Water moves do 20% extra damage.  |
    O------------O-----------------O------------------------------------O

Of course, you'll want to choose your starter, although another option that may
work is choosing the Pokémon that is the type of your simian Pokémon. It is
based on choice, after all. It won't matter though: you'll eventually get all
three of these throughout the course of the game.

Exit this building and go into the building two buildings east of the Pokémon
Center. On the upper floor, you can do a trade:

         O----------------O-------------------O--------------------O
         |  Game Version  |  Pokémon Desired  |  Pokémon Received  |
         O----------------O-------------------O--------------------O
         |  Black         |  Cottonee         |  Petilil           |
         |  White         |  Petilil          |  Cottonee          |
         O----------------O-------------------O--------------------O

This trade is rather important. See, Cottonee is exclusive to Black, and
Petilil is exclusive to White, both being excepted by trading. Seeing as you
can't actually get the Pokémon you're trading for otherwise, it is a very good
idea to try the trade. Another thing to note is that Pokémon with a different
ID No./Secret ID than you will get more EXP. than normal. Of course, neither
are exceptional additions to your team, and you'll see them later on from other
trainers in the game, so it's your choice. On a side note, they both can be
caught inside Pinwheel Forest, a place just to the west of Nacrene.

*whew!*  After you're done there, go northwest of the Pokémon Center and you
will find a cafe. On Wednesdays, you'll be given a Soda Pop (heals 60 HP, I
think) by talking to the front waitress. Regardless, go to the accordian
player outside. Stand in front him, go one step down and two right. In this
space is an Ultra Ball; press A to get it.

Now then, the big grayish building in the north-central part of town is the
Nacrene City Museum/Gym. As you try to enter, N will walk out and he will wish
to battle you.
 ________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer N  \
|_________________________\__________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Pidove (Lv. 13) Normal/Flying                                    |
|           Tympole (Lv. 13) Water                                           |
|           Timburr (Lv. 13) Fighting                                        |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Pidove are weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric. They are immune to Ground and |
|  Ghost moves. Nothing exceptional here; your Fire/Water simian/starter     |
|  will function better the Grass-type here.                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Tympole is weak to Grass and Electric. This one likes to confuse you. To  |
|  heal this, just switch the Pokémon for instant healing. If possible, use  |
|  your Grass type, but DON'T use your Fire type.                            |
|                                                                            |
|  Timburr is weak to Flying and Psychic. This one is somewhat more powerful |
|  compared to most Lv. 13's, but isn't special otherwise.                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your starter and simian Pokémon each at Lv. 15+.         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you defeat N, who will then leave, ignore the museum for now. Why? Well,
now, if you go to Pinwheel Forest, you can (A) train your Pokémon and (B) get
a Fighting-type TM, which this place's Normal type Pokémon are weak to. So heal
up at the Pokémon Center and leave to the east.

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                          [Outside] Pinwheel Forest
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Pidove        |  Normal/Flying       |  12 to 15     |  Grass             |
|  Timburr       |  Fighting            |  13 to 17     |  Grass             |
|  Tympole       |  Water               |  12 to 17     |  Grass             |
|  Throh (White) |  Fighting            |  12 to 17     |  Grass             |
|  Sawk (Black)  |  Fighting            |  12 to 17     |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  12 to 17     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Throh (Black) |  Fighting            |  12 to 17     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Sawk (White)  |  Fighting            |  12 to 17     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Munna Lv. 15                                           |
|                     Cottonee Lv. 13, Petilil Lv. 13                        |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 14                                      |
|                     Tympole Lv. 13 (x3)                                    |
|                     Venipede Lv. 14, Lillipup Lv. 14                       |
|                     Timburr Lv. 16                                         |
|                     Timburr Lv. 16                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

On the "Black/White" denotations: whenever a Pokémon has one of these beside
or otherwise near its name, this Pokémon is only available in that specific
version. This was resultant of me forgetting about the old "Version" column in
my formatting until this point, though I doubt I would have had room for it
anyhow. If the version isn't stated, it is in both Black and White versions.

Speaking to the first woman you find on the route yields TM94 (Rock Smash). It
was once an HM for previous games and is an okay Fighting-type move. It is also
the last-numbered TM in the game (excepting the unreleased-item-based-event
TM95). Fighting-type Pokémon will get an additional 50% power boost from using
this move, and, when used on Rock/Normal/Steel/Dark/Ice types, will deal an
overall triple the normal damage. Several Fighting-types can be found around
here, so grab one if you can. I will pretty much put it as a recommendation for
some of the boss battles, and I recommend catching Sawk over Throh. Of course,
either should work for the strategies.

Anyhow, continue to the east and then south to find a Nurse to battle. After
this battle, she will heal your Pokémon for you, as well as every time you
speak with her. Then along the path between the fence and the trees to find an
Ether, which restores 10 PP of a Pokémon's move.

Return to and go south of the Nurse to find a Preschooler to battle. Another
one to battle is nearby. Continue down the tracks from him and you'll find a
Great Ball.

Continue further south and through the grass. Battle the Youngster nearby and
grab the Antidote to the south. Then go southwest and into the double-battle
grass to find a Super Potion. Continue eastward and battle a Youngster. Ascend
the nearby stairs and battle the Black Belt and Battle Girl up here, which will
be the last two trainers you find around here.

Go to the nearby big rock and examine it to find a Star Piece. Star Pieces are
these items that can be sold for a lot of money at Pokémarts, and for even more
if you find a maniac. You can get one Star Piece here every day. Walk down the
second staircase nearby to find a Net Ball. This provides a higher catch rate
(versus a normal Poké Ball), but only if it's used on a Water or Bug type.

Anyhow, when you're done, continue back to the Nurse and get healed. Continue
east back into Nacrene City.

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                                 Nacrene City
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Go to the Pokémon Center if your Pokémon aren't healed yet, and buy some
Potions if you want to. Then go north into the Museum/Gym.

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                              Nacrene Museum/Gym
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Inside, you'll find a scientist looking at a skeleton of what is (most likely)
a Dragonite, a Pokémon resident of the long-off Kanto and Johto regions. You
will be escorted around by him to look at some of the Museum's exhibits, such
as the skeleton and the meteor (I guess that if you import a Deoxys, you can
change Forme there). You'll be shown to the Gym Entrance. Head on inside.

 ____________________________________________________________________________
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  There are no wild Pokémon to be found in this location.                   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Patrat Lv. 17                                          |
|                     Herdier Lv. 17                                         |
|                     Lillipup Lv. 15 (x3)                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter, you will be given another Fresh Water by the white-haired
person. Go forward and battle the School Kid.

Now, for the Gym puzzle. Go to the bottom-left bookshelf and onto the stepstool
so you can inspect the book. Do so and answer "yes."

Then go to the middle-left bookshelf and read the book there. Then go to the
top-left bookshelf and tell the person there "yes" to battle. After this, you
can go up and read the book. Do so...

... and then go to the bottom-right bookshelf and read the book there. Then go
to the middle-right bookshelf and say "yes" to the girl there to battle her.
After the battle, she'll move away from the bookshelf. Inspect the bookshelf to
find and activate a switch, letting you downstairs. Go down there to find
Lenora, the Nacrene City Gym Leader. You may want to return and heal at the
Pokémon Center, then return. Speak with her to begin.
 ___________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Lenora  \
|____________________________\_______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Herdier (Lv. 18) Normal                                          |
|           Watchog (Lv. 20) Normal                                          |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Both Pokémon are weak to Fighting and immune to Ghost. Herdier's main     |
|  problem is the Intimidate ability, which lowers your Attack.              |
|                                                                            |
|  One thing you'll probably want to do after KO'ing Herdier is to send out  |
|  a sacrificial Pokémon. Why? Well, Watchog know Retaliate, which is very   |
|  powerful if used after a teammate is KO'ed. There's like a 25% chance of  |
|  it happening anyhow.                                                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Sawk at Lv. 18+ with a Fighting move works good. As      |
|  back-up, bring your starter and simian Pokémon at Lv. 19+.                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After this battle, you are given the Basic Badge and TM67, Retaliate. As said
earlier, Retaliate will do more damage if a teammate is KO'ed on the previous
turn.


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++     Section III- Insect Badge                              **BW43**     ++
++                                                                         ++
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                              Nacrene Museum/Gym
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After you obtain the Basic Badge and TM67, the scientist that gave you the
tour earlier will rush in, saying Team Plasma is stealing something. Lenora
will dash out and you'll need to follow suit and go into the museum.

There, you'll find Lenora and some Team Plasma members speaking. Soon after
the likely end of the conversation, a smokescreen appears and the head of the
Dragonite skeleton is gone! Lenora rushes outside...

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                                 Nacrene City
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...to catch them. You, again, need to follow suit. When you leave, it seems
like it's too late, as Team Plasma isn't around and Lenora is looking around
confused. Burgh, an artist and the Castelia City Gym Leader, soon comes, asking
wha's happening, soon followed by Bianca and Cheren.

After a quick conversation, the Gym Leaders split off and Bianca gives you the
Dowsing MCHN (which once was the Itemfinder for earlier games). This is most
handy version yet! Just activate it and it notifies you when a hidden item is
near and even when you're standing on it and the direction in which it is
located. Bianca and Cheren go into the Museum.

You should go heal up at the Pokémon Center. Stock up on some Antidotes, as
the Pokémon inside the Forest will easily Poison you. Then head west to
Pinwheel Forest.

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                          [Outside] Pinwheel Forest
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Pidove        |  Normal/Flying       |  12 to 15     |  Grass             |
|  Timburr       |  Fighting            |  13 to 17     |  Grass             |
|  Tympole       |  Water               |  12 to 17     |  Grass             |
|  Throh (White) |  Fighting            |  12 to 17     |  Grass             |
|  Sawk (Black)  |  Fighting            |  12 to 17     |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  12 to 17     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Throh (Black) |  Fighting            |  12 to 17     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Sawk (White)  |  Fighting            |  12 to 17     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Munna Lv. 15                                           |
|                     Cottonee Lv. 13, Petilil Lv. 13                        |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 14                                      |
|                     Tympole Lv. 13 (x3)                                    |
|                     Venipede Lv. 14, Lillipup Lv. 14                       |
|                     Timburr Lv. 16                                         |
|                     Timburr Lv. 16                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you arrive, continue heading west. Heal up with the Nurse if needed, do
some exploring if you haven't (the exploration is in Section II) and head west
into the Forest.

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                           [Inside] Pinwheel Forest
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Cottonee      |  Grass               |  14           |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Petilil       |  Grass               |  14 to 17     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Pidove        |  Normal/Flying       |  15 to 16     |  Grass             |
|  Sewaddle      |  Bug/Grass           |  14 to 17     |  Grass             |
|  Venipede      |  Bug/Poison          |  15 to 16     |  Grass             |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Sewaddle Lv. 16 (x2)                                   |
|                     Herdier Lv. 18                                         |
|                     Venipede Lv. 16, Timburr Lv. 16                        |
|                     Pansage Lv. 18                                         |
|                     Panpour Lv. 18                                         |
|                     Pansear Lv. 18                                         |
|                     Pidove Lv. 16, Purrloin Lv. 16                         |
|                     Woobat Lv. 15 (x3)                                     |
|                     Munna Lv. 17                                           |
|                                                                            |
|  Team Plasma Grunts' Pokémon: Sandile Lv. 16                               |
|                               Purrloin Lv. 16                              |
|                               Patrat Lv. 16                                |
|                               Patrat Lv. 14 (x2), Sandile Lv. 14           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

As you go inside, Burgh will explain that this forest has two paths: the short
northern route (the road), and the longer and more scenic western route (the
grassy path). He will take the northern path, leaving you to take the western
path. Go along said path and you'll walk into a double battle.

Continue along the path going south and you'll find a Team Plasma Grunt. His
Pokémon is new, probably, to you: it is Sandile, a Ground/Dark-type (weak to
Ice, Water, Bug, Fighting, and Grass; immune to Electric and Psychic) that can
be found north of Castelia City.

Past the Grunt, you'll find this area's grass, inside which you can find the
Pokémon the girl wanted for a trade back in Nacrene. Anyhow, continue west to
battle another Grunt. After this, go south and into the grass; you'll find a
Big Root. This increases the HP absorbed from HP-absorbing moves like Absorb
and Leech Life by 30%. Return to the Grunt and go and battle the nearby Pokémon
Ranger in the grass.

After defeating the Ranger, you'll receive your fourth Chesto Berry (counting
those Cheren gave you). Go to the west some to find a Super Potion, and further
west to find a Youngster. Continue along the path and you'll find a tree stump,
in which you'll find an Antidote. Continue to the small hills in the ground; go
past the northernmost one to find and battle a Pokémon Ranger, who also gives
you a Chesto Berry.

After the battle, continue along the path and through the hollow log. Go under
the slanted one and follow along the grass path. During this time, you'll
battle another Pokémon Ranger, who will give you a Pecha Berry. These items can
heal Poison status, which occurs automatically if held in battle.

Continue along the path and into and up the slanted log. You'll find another
Team Plasma Grunt. Battle and defeat the Grunt, then go through the hollow log
to the north. Continue along the path to find another rotted-out stump with a
Parlyz Heal inside. Continue further along the path and you'll find some more
mini-hills, the easternmost one of which contains another Pokémon Ranger to
battle. He also will give a Pecha Berry after you win.

Continue along the path and go down the stairs to find TM86, Grass Knot. It is
a Grass-type move that deals more damage to heavier Pokémon. Return to the
Ranger and go through the hollowed-out log to battle another Team Plasma Grunt.

After defeating this Grunt, you'll be given the stolen Dragon Skull. Soon
after, Gorm, one of the Team Plasma Seven Sages, will appear, followed by
Lenora and Burgh. Gorm and Grunt soon vanish into thin air, leaving the three
of you to converse. You'll end up giving Lenora the Dragon Skull. In return,
you'll get a Moon Stone. This item can evolve certain Pokémon instantly, such
as Munna and Clefairy (if your familiar with previous games, for the latter).

After Lenora leaves and you regain control, go east and you'll find a Miracle
Seed on the ground. As said earlier, it boosts Grass-type moves by 20%. Go
further east and hop down the ledge to return to the main road. Go south to
battle some more Trainers. A School Kid who's staring at the trees will battle
when spoken to. There will be a battle-able Lass on the other side of the
bridge, with another School Kid to the south.

This should pretty much return you to the forest's entrance, more or less. Walk
outside to heal your Pokémon, then go along the path north and out of the
forest.

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This place is truly a great example of the fifth generation's improved
graphics...

*clears throat*  Anyhow, in the gatehouse, speak to the Hiker and you'll be
given the Quick Claw. This item will let the holder attack first sometimes,
regardless of their Speed stat. If your Pokémon is very fast, though, it is
pretty much useless.

Leave out the gatehouse and just go along the bridge. Eventually, you'll reach
Castelia City.

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                                Castelia City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found in this location.                         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Herdier Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Timburr Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Petilil Lv. 18, Cottonee Lv. 18                        |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 19                                      |
|                     Basculin Lv. 17 (x3)                                   |
|                     Woobat Lv. 20                                          |
|                     Munna Lv. 20                                           |
|                     Sewaddle Lv. 20                                        |
|                     Pansear Lv. 19, Pansage Lv. 19, Panpour Lv. 19         |
|                     Trubbish Lv. 20, Minccino Lv. 20                       |
|                     Pansage Lv. 21                                         |
|                     Panpour Lv. 21                                         |
|                     Pansear Lv. 21                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Castelia City is the largest city of Unova, much like Goldenrod of Johto and
Saffron of Kanto. It is also this place's port/harbor city, like Vermillion of
Kanto and Canalave of Sinnoh.

Anyhow, when you enter the city, walk south to the pier. These, you can speak
to a scientist who can give you an evolutionary stone based on your simian
Pokémon:

        O==================O------------------O----------------------O
        |  Simian Pokémon  |  Stone Received  |  Simian's Evolution  |
        O==================O------------------O----------------------O
        |  Pansage         |  Leaf Stone      |  Simisage            |
        |  Pansear         |  Fire Stone      |  Simisear            |
        |  Panpour         |  Water Stone     |  Simipour            |
        O==================O------------------O----------------------O

To use the Stone, just select it from the bag and use it on the Pokémon to
evolve.

Return to the previous area and go west until you reach the Pokémon Center. Go
inside and you'll find someone in the line to get a Pokémon healed. Speak with
her and she will walk you upstairs to the globe so you can select on it which
part of the world you live in. After this, heal up your Pokémon and shop as you
need to. Speaking of something, see that man in the suit in the Center? If you
have traded so-and-so Pokémon, you'll get certain items. (A trade is not a
Poké Transfer or Relocator bringing.)

                    O------------O----------------------O
                    |  # Traded  |  Item Received       |
                    O------------O----------------------O
                    |  5         |  Wide Lens.          |
                    |  10        |  Everstone.          |
                    |  20        |  Zoom Lens.          |
                    |  30        |  Choice Scarf.       |
                    |  40        |  PP Max.             |
                    |  50        |  Master Ball (!!!).  |
                    O------------O----------------------O

Now exit the Pokémon Center and go west, staying out of the other streets, and
go into the first enter-able building you find, the Battle Company building.
When you walk inside, you'll be spoken to momentarily, then you can use the
elevator. Go to 47F. Here, you can battle a few people. The closest is a
female Clerk. Talk to the man to her right to be given three Quick Balls and
three Timer Balls. Quick Balls are four times more powerful than a Poké Ball
when used on the first five turns; the Timer Balls are only like that as time
goes on (I think about 30~40 turns?). Anyhow, go to the left and battle that
Clerk. Go south for another Clerk, and go further south for a Revive (restores
the Fainted/KO status and restores ~50% of the max HP). Go further east to
battle a scientist, and FURTHER for another Clerk battle.

Still on 47F, go to the right and speak with the scientist to be given the
Scope Lens (increased critical-hit rate when held). Return to the elevator and
go to 55F. Go south to find a Hyper Potion (heals 200 HP), then battle the
Clerk on the left, and then go south to battle the Scientist, then east for
another Scientist, then north for a Clerk, then go to and speak with the guy
at the desk to battle the Janitor.

Defeating the Janitor will net you the EXP. Share. This item will give a
portion of the EXP. earned in the battle to the holder, despite them having not
participated. If you decide to not use it in this way, you can have the Pokémon
that participates hold it to get BONUS EXP. (I think +50%?). That'll be it for
the Battle Company; return to 1F and exit.

Go into the building to the west of the Battle Company, the Passerby Analytics
Headquarters. Speak with the scientist inside to be appointed as a
statistician. In other words, you'll be allowed to answer some questionnaires
and, using the C-Gear's PasserBy mode, you can get other people's results from
the survey. Speak with the blonde-haired woman in the northwestern corner to be
given the questionnaires. Answering all nine will net you a Soda Pop.

That'll be it for this area. Go into the westernmost street. The building on
the eastern side will be the Pokémon Gym here. Cheren will leave as you try to
enter. Burgh soon comes out and says that Team Plasma is in Castelia City, then
he leaves to the harbor. Ignore this situation for now and let's finish our
exploration. On this street, you'll find another building on the left; it is
empty. Continue into the central plaza.

In the plaza, speak with the Dancer by the fountain to battle him. After this
battle, you'll be challenged to find the other two Dancers and bring them here.
North of the fountain, you can find Vending Machines to buy Lemonades (that's
the best, anyhow). Now, go down the second street, Narrow Street.

Go along this place and you'll find a Dancer by the sewer hole. Speak with,
battle, and defeat him. Go on further down to find a cafe. Speak with the
manager inside it to get a free Lemonade (heals 80 HP). Return to the alley and
go further south to get TM70 (Flash). In battles, it reduces the opponents'
accuracy; in the field, it can light up caves (and without a badge!). Continue
south to the end of the street and go into the next street on the right, Mode
Street.

Go into the building on the east side of Mode Street, which should be an art
gallery. Find the Harlequin inside and speak to him. If you show him a certain
type of Pokémon, you'll be given a berry. This can happen once daily. That's
all for this street; go into the easternmost street, Castelia Street.

One of the eastern buildings on Castelia Street has a special event. If you
bring over an event Celebi (via Relocator or Poké Transfer) from the Gen. IV
games (Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, HeartGold, SoulSilver), and speak with the
person on the left, you can receive a Zorua, which is an event Pokémon, it
seems. Even if you lack Celebi, you'll be shown a Zorua by the nearby person
so as to help fill the Pokédex. You can also go upstairs to find Game Freak's
HQ. In each mainstream Pokémon game, Game Freak has ALWAYS put in a HQ for
them. There tends to be some cool unlockables at specific points here, so you
will probably come back later. (On a side note, Game Freak is a company that
was extremely critical to the creation of Pokémon.)

Still on Castelia Street, exit the Game Freak HQ and go into the building on
the left side of the street. There, a woman can give your Pokémon (one, anyhow)
a massage once daily. This increases the Pokémon's happiness, a method through
which some Pokémon evolve. Upstairs is a Hiker that will give you TM44 (Rest),
which can put the user to Sleep and restore their HP.

That's it for Castelia Street. Go to the northern plaza and go onto the street
to the north, and into the building on the left. There, on the lower floor, is
the Name Rater. Upstairs, you can speak to a scientist and give him the
message to unlock his machine:

                                EVERYONE HAPPY
                              SIMPLE CONNECTION

This unlocks the Relocator, which is accessible from the main menu. If you have
a second DS and an event Pokémon (that has an effect in Black/White, like the
event Celebi or the shiny Entei/Raikou/Suicune, and is on a D/P/Pt/HG/SS game
card), you can transfer it over to your Black/White game instead of waiting
until you complete the game and unlock Poké Transfer (though that works, too).
These event Pokémon were given away over Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection and at
GameStop stores shortly before Black/White's release - in fact, I got my
Celebi on launch day (March 6th, 2011, I believe).

Anyhow, leave the building and go into the southern of the eastern buildings.
Go to the guy at the elevator and speak with him, saying "yes" to his question.
Go into the elevator and to 47F. Here, speak with the girl with pigtails to get
TM45 (Attract). This move can cause a Pokémon of the opposite gender to have a
50% chance of not attacking. Now, go outside and into the northern building.
Speak with the scientist near the TV to get Eviolite (50% boost in Defense and
Special Defense if the Pokémon can still evolve).

Now, once you get the Eviolite, leave that building and go to the main street
upon which you enter the city and go to the pier between the Battle Company and
the Analytic HQ - Unity Pier. There third Dancer is there - speak to, battle,
and defeat him. Then return to the fountain plaza and speak with the middle
dancer to receive the Amulet Coin. This item will DOUBLE THE MONEY received
after a Trainer battle, but only if the holder participates.

Assuming you've followed/done everything up to this point in the FAQ, you
should be done exploring Castelia.

Go to Prime Pier, the middle pier. There, you'll find Burgh (assuming you have
already tried once to enter the Gym), Bianca, and Iris (the girl from
earlier). You'll be told that a Team Plasma Grunt stole Bianca's Munna. Soon, a
Team Plasma Grunt shows up and flees. Burgh will go chase him; you should also
do so. Head into the Pokémon Center and heal from all your battles and go to
westernmost street (where the Gym is). Across the street from the Gym, you'll
find Burgh and some Team Plasma Grunts. As you approach, the Grunts will speak
and you need to answer "yes". You then battle a Grunt.
 ___________________________
|  BOSS: Team Plasma Grunt  \
|____________________________\_______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Sandile (Lv. 17) Ground/Dark                                     |
|           Sandile (Lv. 17) Ground/Dark                                     |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Both Sandile are weak to Ice, Water, Grass, Fighting, and Bug. They are   |
|  both immune to Electric and Psychic. Either your starter or simian        |
|  Pokémon (or both, if you chose Snivy) will be able to handle this battle, |
|  if they're Lv. 17+.                                                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, the Grunts will flee into the building. Bianca and Iris soon
come and speak with you for a moment before Burgh runs into the building, soon
followed by Bianca and Iris. Then, of course, you, too.

Inside, after a long conversation (by my standards), a Munna will run away from
Team Plasma and to Bianca. Team Plasma vanishes. Iris then gives you a Yache
Berry (super-effective Ice moves do half damage to the holder. This makes sense
as, in White, Iris is a Dragon-type Gym Leader.).

After everyone leaves, you can grab the Smoke Ball left behind by Team Plasma.
This item, when held, allows the holder to always escape from a wild battle.

Next, heal up at the Pokémon Center and go into the Gym.

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                                 Castelia Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found in this location.                         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Sewaddle Lv. 20, Venipede Lv. 20                       |
|                     Sewaddle Lv. 20, Dwebble Lv. 20                        |
|                     Sewaddle Lv. 21                                        |
|                     Venipede Lv. 20, Sewaddle Lv. 20                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

The Castelia Gym is a Bug-training Gym. Pokémon that are of the Flying, Rock,
or Fire types have a great chance of winning here (especiall because of the
Grass/Bug types). Pokémon of the Grass and Bug type will have a huge amount of
trouble.

When you enter, speak with the white-haired to get another Fresh Water. Now, do
you see that yellow wall? Walk forward at its center and continue to do so
until you go through. Continue forward and step on the switch. Then go right
and battle the Harlequin.

Continue to the right after the battle and step on the next switch. This
should open a gate; go through the now-open honey wall. Go forward further to
step on a swtich and get another battle.

Go to the Harlequin's right after the battle and step on that switch, and do
the same with the switch on the left. This should lower the gate behind this
Harlequin. Go through the honey wall and step on the switch. Go back through
the honey wall and go left to another switch. Go through the newly-opened honey
wall and step on the switch to the left. BOOM! - Another Harlequin battle.

After that battle, go up and through the honey wall to find a switch. This
should open another gate. Go over to the newly-opened honey wall and go on
through. You'll find another Harlequin to battle here.

After this last battle, step on the switch to open the last gate in the Gym.
Past this honey wall and atop the stairs, you'll find the Gym Leader, Burgh.
Now would be a good time to return to the Pokémon Center and heal up.

When you're ready, go speak to Burgh to begin!
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Burgh  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Whirlipede (Lv. 21) Bug/Poison                                   |
|           Dwebble (Lv. 21) Bug/Rock                                        |
|           Leavanny (Lv. 23) Bug/Grass                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Whirlipede is weak to Fire, Flying, Rock, Psychic, and Ground. The only   |
|  other thing that I see worth mentioning is that I think it has the Poison |
|  Point ability (30% chance of being Poisoned if you use a Physical attack).|
|                                                                            |
|  Dwebble is weak to Fire (?), Water, Steel, Ground, and Fighting. If it is |
|  weak to Fire, I would prefer you not use that type, as Dwebble, being     |
|  part-Rock, has an advantage over Fire-types. Otherwise, not much to       |
|  mention.                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Leavanny is weak to Fire (4x), Flying (4x), Rock (?), Ice, and maybe      |
|  Poison. If you brought a Fire-type, now is its time to shine!             |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Darumaka/a Fire-type a Lv. 18+. As back-up, bring your   |
|  starter and simian each at Lv. 19+.                                       |
|                                                                            |
|  NOTICE: That mention of the Darumaka means something. See, you can go to  |
|  Route 4 and catch a Darumaka (a Fire-type Pokémon) on Route 4 before even |
|  doing this Gym. Something to consider...                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, you'll be given the Insect Badge and TM76, Struggle Bug.
This move deals Bug-type damage and lowers the opposing Pokémon's Special
Attack. Now, exit the Gym.


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++     Section IV- Bolt Badge                                 **BW44**     ++
++                                                                         ++
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                                 Castelia Gym
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After defeating Burgh and receiving the Insect Badge, exit the Gym.

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                                Castelia City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found in this location.                         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Herdier Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Timburr Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Petilil Lv. 18, Cottonee Lv. 18                        |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 19                                      |
|                     Basculin Lv. 17 (x3)                                   |
|                     Woobat Lv. 20                                          |
|                     Munna Lv. 20                                           |
|                     Sewaddle Lv. 20                                        |
|                     Pansear Lv. 19, Pansage Lv. 19, Panpour Lv. 19         |
|                     Trubbish Lv. 20, Minccino Lv. 20                       |
|                     Pansage Lv. 21                                         |
|                     Panpour Lv. 21                                         |
|                     Pansear Lv. 21                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you exit the Gym, Bianca will call on the Xtranceiver. She tells you that
the two of you should battle on Route 4; she'll be waiting in the gatehouse
north of Castelia.

Go to the Pokémon Center and heal your Pokémon, then go into the gatehouse at
the extreme northern part of the city. I guess this is technically Route 4,
so...

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                                   Route 4
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Darumaka      |  Fire                |  15 to 18     |  Dark sand         |
|  Sandile       |  Ground/Dark         |  15 to 18     |  Dark sand         |
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  16 to 17     |  Dark sand         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Basculin Lv. 18 (x2)                                   |
|                     Basculin Lv. 16 (x4)                                   |
|                     Tympole Lv. 18 (x2)                                    |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 17 (x2), Timburr Lv. 17                 |
|                     Timburr Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 19                                        |
|                     Cottonee Lv. 19                                        |
|                     Petilil Lv. 18                                         |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Pidove Lv. 19                                          |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 18, Timburr Lv. 18                      |
|                     Timburr Lv. 19                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

As you walk into the Route 4 gatehouse, Bianca will stop and speak with you a
bit before battling you.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer Bianca  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Herdier (Lv. 18) Normal                                          |
|           Munna (Lv. 18) Psychic                                           |
|           Pansear [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 18) Water        <--,          |
|           Panpour [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 18) Grass        <--+- Only 1. |
|           Pansage [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 18) Fire      <--'          |
|           Dewott [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 18) Water             <-,       |
|           Servine [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 18) Grass            <-+-Only 1|
|           Pignite [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 18) Fire/Fighting <-'       |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Herdier is weak to Fighting and immune to Ghost.                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Munna is weak to Bug, Dark, and Ghost.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Pansear is weak to Rock, Water, and Ground.                               |
|                                                                            |
|  Panpour is weak to Grass and Electric.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Pansage is weak to Flying, Ice, Fire, Poison, and Bug.                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Dewott is weak to Grass and Electric.                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Servine is weak to Flying, Fire, Ice, Bug, and Poison.                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Pignite is weak to Flying, Psychic, Water, Rock, and Ground.              |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your simian Pokémon at Lv. 19+ for Bianca's own simian.  |
|  Your starter will take out her starter, if yours is Lv. 19+. You can use  |
|  whatever for the Munna and Herdier; if you have a Pignite, though, be     |
|  careful about using it against Munna.                                     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Exit the gatehouse to the north after the battle to get on Route 4, which is
mostly a construction area located in a desert. Continue north along the main
road to Cheren. You can then battle him.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer Cheren  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Pidove (Lv. 20) Normal/Flying                                    |
|           Liepard (Lv. 20) Dark                                            |
|           Pansear [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 20) Water      <--,            |
|           Panpour [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 20) Grass   <--+- Only 1.   |
|           Pansage [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 20) Fire       <--'            |
|           Dewott [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 22) Water          <--,         |
|           Servine [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 22) Grass      <--+- Only 1.|
|           Pignite [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 22) Fire/Fighting <--'         |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Pidove is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to Ghost and      |
|  Ground.                                                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Liepard is weak to Bug and Fighting. It's immune to Psychic.              |
|                                                                            |
|  Pansear is weak to Rock, Water, and Ground.                               |
|                                                                            |
|  Panpour is weak to Grass and Electric.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Pansage is weak to Flying, Ice, Fire, Poison, and Bug.                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Dewott is weak to Grass and Electric.                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Servine is weak to Flying, Fire, Ice, Bug, and Poison.                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Pignite is weak to Flying, Psychic, Water, Rock, and Ground.              |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your starter at Lv. 20+ may be okay against Cheren's     |
|  simian, since they're both the same type, generally. As for Cheren's      |
|  starter, your simian Pokémon should have that covered at Lv. 20+. As for  |
|  the other two, either one of them should be able to handle it.            |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, you'll receive a Xtransceiver call from Professor Juniper.

After this, go west and collect the X Accuracy. Go north of it and into the
house. Here, you can heal your Pokémon. Leave the house and go west. As you go,
take notice of the darker sand you sink into -- this is where the wild Pokémon
of Route 4 are found. Continue west and you'll find some stairs. Descend them
and speak with both of the Fishermen to battle both of them.

After these battles, go up the stairs and head north. You'll find a Parasol
Lady available for battling, as well as a Great Ball nearby. Go further north
near the girders to find a Hyper Potion. Further north is a Worker you can
battle. After this battle, go down the stairs to the east and battle another
Worker on the other side of some more girders.

After defeating the second Worker, go up the stairs to the northwest. There,
you will find TM41 (Torment). Return south to the Parasol Lady, then go a bit
further south and east, so you can get back to the main road.

Back on the main road, go north. You'll soon find a Backpacker. Defeat him and
grab the nearby Burn Heal. Then go east and battle the Backpacker there. Near
her, to the east, is an Ether. Go north from there to battle a third Backpacker
and then north again to find a Super Potion and another Backpacker.

Now, you'll be coming to a split in the road soon -- one going west and the
other going north. The north road has a Backpacker to battle on it and leads to
the next city. The west road also has a few Trainers on it and leads to the
(currently optional) Desert Resort. Do whatever you want -- I'll go on and do
the guide as if you ARE going to the Desert Resort.

Anyhow, defeat the Backpacker on the Nimbasa Road, then return to the fork and
go west. As you go along the road, you'll find a Worker to battle, and another
one further west. Further west is a house, inside which you can speak with a
Worker to get TM28 (Dig). This Ground-type move has the user burrow underground
for one turn and strike on the next. It can also be used in the field to escape
caves/dungeons/etc.

North of the house is just a sand path and no Trainers. Go along it north and
west to the gatehouse. Go through to find the Desert Resort.

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                                Desert Resort
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Darumaka      |  Fire                |  19 to 20     |  Dark sand         |
|  Sandile       |  Ground/Dark         |  19 to 22     |  Dark sand         |
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  20           |  Dark sand         |
|  Maractus      |  Grass               |  20           |  Dark sand         |
|  Dwebble       |  Bug/Rock            |  20 to 22     |  Dark sand         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Solosis Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Tranquill Lv. 23                                       |
|                     Watchog Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Gothita Lv. 24                                         |
|                     Maractus Lv. 23                                        |
|                     Yamask Lv. 22, Munna Lv. 22                            |
|                     Ducklett Lv. 24                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 23, Blitzle Lv. 23                        |
|                     Solosis Lv. 23, Woobat Lv. 23                          |
|                     Dwebble Lv. 23                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter, go north to battle the Doctor. After defeating his Solosis,
he will heal your Pokémon. Much like the Nurse outside Pinwheel Forest, just
speak with him whenever you want your Pokémon healed.

After this, go west and atop the hill to battle a Backpacker. From him, go
northeast to battle another Backpacker. Then go west to find the BlackGlasses,
a hold items that boosts the holder's Dark-type moves by 20%. Now go northwest
and you'll find some statues. These are Darmanitan (the evolutionary form of
Darumaka). They can be awakened later on by giving them the RageCandyBar.

Go south and grab the Fresh Water. Continue southward to battle a Psychic. Then
go northwest to battle another Backpacker. Go west to find a Super Potion, and
to the northwestern corner of the Resort to find a Heart Scale.

From the Heart Scale, go south and past the castle tower and you'll find
another Psychic for battling. Even further south is a Pokémon Ranger (who will
give you a Rawst Berry (heals Burn) upon defeat). Go further south and into the
western passageway to find a second Ranger to battle (who gives another Rawst
Berry to you when you win).

Further south from the second Ranger, you'll find TM39 (Rock Slide), which can
deal Rock damage, slow and possibly cause the opponent to flinch. Go back north
to the female Ranger and go south to find a Fire Stone, then east to battle yet
another Psychic.

Go north from the Psychic to find a Stardust (which can be sold for a decent
amount of money - about $1,000), then go east to battle the last Trainer here,
a Backpacker.

Go back to the Doctor in the southeastern corner of the area, then return to
the place with the Darmanitan statues. Go down into Relic Castle.

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                                 Relic Castle
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Yamask        |  Ghost               |  19 to 22     |  Walk around       |
|  Sandile       |  Ground/Dark         |  19 to 21     |  Walk around       |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Sigilyph Lv. 24                                        |
|                     Woobat Lv. 23, Munna Lv. 23                            |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter, go near the quicksand pit and battle the Psychic.

Now, about the quicksand. If you run while standing on the sand in the pit (the
wavy stuff), you will fall in. If you walk into the black hole in the pit, you
will fall in. Got it? (FYI, going down into the basement via the quicksand will
help you to find a Revive in that room.)

Go and battle the Psychic on the opposite side of the quicksand. Now, you could
normally proceed forward via the stairs, but there is work being done down
there now and a worker will block you.

However, we are not done. Near the third quicksand pit, you'll find a person
to speak to that can give you a fossil of your choice:

          O----------------O------------O---------------O----------O
          |  Fossil        |  Pokémon   |  Type         |  Level   |
          O----------------O------------O---------------O----------O
          |  Cover Fossil  |  Tirtouga  |  Water/Rock   |  Lv. 25  |
          |  Plume Fossil  |  Archen    |  Rock/Flying  |  Lv. 25  |
          O----------------O------------O---------------O----------O

If you take this to the Museum in Nacrene, you can revive a Pokémon with the
above data.

That's pretty much it for here. So I guess you can now leave.


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                                Desert Resort
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Darumaka      |  Fire                |  19 to 20     |  Dark sand         |
|  Sandile       |  Ground/Dark         |  19 to 22     |  Dark sand         |
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  20           |  Dark sand         |
|  Maractus      |  Grass               |  20           |  Dark sand         |
|  Dwebble       |  Bug/Rock            |  20 to 22     |  Dark sand         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Solosis Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Tranquill Lv. 23                                       |
|                     Watchog Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Gothita Lv. 24                                         |
|                     Maractus Lv. 23                                        |
|                     Yamask Lv. 22, Munna Lv. 22                            |
|                     Ducklett Lv. 24                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 23, Blitzle Lv. 23                        |
|                     Solosis Lv. 23, Woobat Lv. 23                          |
|                     Dwebble Lv. 23                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go to the southeastern corner and heal up using the Doctor. Then go through the
gatehouse onto Route 4.

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                                   Route 4
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Darumaka      |  Fire                |  15 to 18     |  Dark sand         |
|  Sandile       |  Ground/Dark         |  15 to 18     |  Dark sand         |
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  16 to 17     |  Dark sand         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Basculin Lv. 18 (x2)                                   |
|                     Basculin Lv. 16 (x4)                                   |
|                     Tympole Lv. 18 (x2)                                    |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 17 (x2), Timburr Lv. 17                 |
|                     Timburr Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 19                                        |
|                     Cottonee Lv. 19                                        |
|                     Petilil Lv. 18                                         |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Pidove Lv. 19                                          |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 18, Timburr Lv. 18                      |
|                     Timburr Lv. 19                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

From the Desert Resort gatehouse, go east, south, east, north at the fork, and
follow the road. You may have to battle the Timburr trainer as you go. Keep on
following the road to Nimbasa City.

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                                 Nimbasa City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                           |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Ducklett Lv. 25                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 24, Timburr Lv. 24                        |
|                     Pansage Lv. 23, Panpour Lv. 23, Pansear Lv. 23         |
|                     Whirlipede Lv. 25                                      |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 25                                         |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  The first three trainers appear in the Big Stadium and the last two are   |
|  in the Small Court. They all won't necessarily be there at the same time, |
|  so be warned.                                                             |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|____________________________________________________________________________|

In the gatehouse, you'll find Prof. Juniper. She'll give you an Ultra Ball and
an explanation of why everyone was chosen for this journey. She then leaves
and you regain self-control. Go north into the main city.

There, you'll find some Team Plasma Grutns trying to steal from the Daycare
Man. You'll have to battle one. It is too easy: it is just a Watchog and a
Trubbish at Lv. 18 each. Your starter and/or simian should handle it just fine.

After the Grunts leave, saying they will hide in the amusement park as they go,
you'll be given the Bicycle. This lets you go faster than the Running Shoes!
Soon after this, Bianca shows up, saying she will go to see a musical.

Speaking of musicals, head over to the northeastern corner of the city and you
will find Bianca in front fo the Music Theater. She'll take you inside and you
will meet the owner, who also gives you a Prop Case (which holds the dress-up
accessories your Pokémon wears for the musical). You can participate in the
musicals if you wish, but they aren't that exciting. They are more like the
boring ones from Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald rather than those of Diamond, Pearl, and
Platinum.

Walk outside and you'll find Bianca speaking with her father. He is trying to
get her to come back to Nuvema Town, but Bianca digs in her heels and says she
will continue with her adventure. Elesa, the Nimbasa Gym Leader, will soon come
and presuade Bianca's father to change his mind, which is successful.

Once you regain control, go east of the Music Theater. Here, you'll find a
gatehouse to Route 16, the highest-numbered Route in Unova. It IS accessible
and has battle-able Trainers and wild Pokémon. For the sake of leveling up, I
shall now cover it. If you would wish to not enter this Route, please go
forward to the next "Nimbasa City" section.

Regardless, remember to grab the Macho Brace from the baseball player in the
Rt. 16 gatehouse.

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                                   Route 16
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Liepard       |  Dark                |  20 to 22     |  Grass             |
|  Miccino       |  Normal              |  19 to 22     |  Grass             |
|  Trubbish      |  Poison              |  19 to 21     |  Grass             |
|  Gothita       |  Psychic             |  19 to 22     |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Solosis       |  Psychic             |  19 to 22     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  19 to 22     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Cinccino      |  Normal              |  22           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  20           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Herdier Lv. 24                                         |
|                     Ducklett Lv. 22, Liepard Lv. 22                        |
|                     Scraggy Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Whirlipede Lv. 22 (x2)                                 |
|                     Swadloon Lv. 23                                        |
|                     Drilbur Lv. 23, Liepard Lv. 22                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Simply go along the road and you'll battle four trainers altogether: a
Policeman, a Cyclist, a Backpacker, and another Cyclist.

Further east from the last Cyclist is the entrance to Marvelous Bridge. It is
closed for the moment, and will be until we finish the game.

Now, until you finish the Nimbasa City Gym, we cannot do anything else here.
So go back to Nimbasa and heal your Pokémon if needed.

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                                 Nimbasa City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                           |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Ducklett Lv. 25                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 24, Timburr Lv. 24                        |
|                     Pansage Lv. 23, Panpour Lv. 23, Pansear Lv. 23         |
|                     Whirlipede Lv. 25                                      |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 25                                         |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  The first three trainers appear in the Big Stadium and the last two are   |
|  in the Small Court. They all won't necessarily be there at the same time, |
|  so be warned.                                                             |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Now, whether you went to Route 16 or not, you can go west from the Music
Theater and you'll find a Big Stadium. Inside, you can battle a Trainer once
daily. Further along the road, you can battle another Trainer once daily.

Next, go to the Pokémon Center and heal up as needed. Go into the building to
the Pokémon Center's northwest. Speak with the blue-haired guy on the first
floor to receive HM04, Strength. This HM is an 80-Power Normal-type move that
is quite powerful. When you receive the Bolt Badge, you can also use it to
move boulders, like those on Route 2 and Route 16, outside of battles. You can
also go upstairs and speak with the elderly lady to receive a Soothe Bell if
your first Pokémon is sufficiently happy. A Pokémon holding the Soothe Bell
will get happier faster.

Exit the building and go into the one due north of the Pokémon Center. Inside,
speak with the blue-haired guy on the second floor to receive a Sun Stone.

Exit THAT building and go into the one east of the Pokémon Center, the Battle
Subway. As you enter, you'll be given the VS. Recorder. Much like that of the
Gen. IV games, it can record videos of battles (Wi-Fi and Battle Subway). To
get a Battle Subway battle, just go to one of the trains (check the nearby
plaque to see what train it is). As you ride and battle on one, you can receive
BP, a monetary unit that lets you buy some items here.

Leave when ready and go to the Pokémon Center again if you haven't yet done so.
Then go east of there and into the Amusement Park. Continue east and you'll
find N in front of the ferris wheel. He offers you a ride... As you ride on up,
he divulges some details about Team Plasma, primarily that he is their leader.
The ride soon ends and N battles you so as to let the nearby Grunts leave.
 _______________________
|  BOSS: Team Plasma N  \
|________________________\___________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Sandile (Lv. 22) Ground/Dark                                     |
|           Darumaka (Lv. 22) Fire                                           |
|           Scraggy (Lv. 22) Dark/Fighting                                   |
|           Sigilyph (Lv. 22) Psychic/Flying                                 |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Sandile is weak to Water, Ice, Grass, Fighting, and Bug. It is immune to  |
|  Electric and Psychic.                                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Darumaka is weak to Water, Ground, and Rock.                              |
|                                                                            |
|  Scraggy is weak to Fighting, Bug (maybe), and Flying. It is immune to     |
|  Psychic.                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Sigilyph is weak to Dark, Ghost, Electric, Ice, and Rock. It is immune to |
|  Ground.                                                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your simian and your starter at Lv. 24+. It is a full    |
|  guarantee that at least one of them will have an advantage over Sandile.  |
|  It is possible that, if you lack a Tepig/Pignite, you'll also have the    |
|  advantage over Darumaka (if not, use your Tepig/Pignite). As for the other|
|  two to fight, your starter should be able to deal with both (unless it is |
|  Grass, in Sigilyph's case; switch to Pan/Simipour if it is so).           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After defeating N, go south and by the bench - you'll find an X Attack there.
Next, we shall head to the Gym -- heal up beforehand if you need to.

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                                 Nimbasa Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                           |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Emolga Lv. 24 (x2)                                     |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 25                                         |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 24 (x2)                                    |
|                     Emolga Lv. 25                                          |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Nimbasa's Gym specializes in training Pokémon of the Electric type, such as
Blitzle and Emolga (for Black/White players), or Pikachu and Electrike (for
previous game's players). These Pokémon have a sole weakness of Ground (if
they are JUST Electric type) and advantages over Flying and Water. I also
think they are the only ones that can do normal damage to those of the Steel
type. On another note, Ground-type Pokémon like Sandile are immune to the
Electric moves that all Trainers here will use. Food for thought.

When you enter, go forward and speak with the guy to obtain another Fresh
Water. Get onto the right track and enter the coaster car. Exit when at first
possible. Go along this short path and you'll find a Trainer. Defeat her and
get onto the switch. Return to the coaster and get in. Exit when possible and
leave again.

After getting off the second time, go north and battle the Rich Boy. Step on
the nearby yellow switch and try to get into the coaster. You'll have to
battle before being able to do so.

Once you defeat the Trainer, get in and exit when first possible. Hit the
purple switch and try to enter the coaster. You'll battle again.

After this battle, get into the coaster and you'll be zoomed to the platform
with Elesa on it. Speak with her to begin!
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Elesa  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Emolga (Lv. 25) Electric/Flying                                  |
|           Emolga (Lv. 25) Electric/Flying                                  |
|           Blitzle (Lv. 27) Electric                                        |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Both of the Emolga are weak to just Rock and Ice.                         |
|                                                                            |
|  Blitzle is weak only to Ground.                                           |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: I literally soloed this battle with a Lv. 24 Sandile.    |
|  However, if you lack one, you may want to bring non-Grass/Water starter   |
|  or simian Pokémon (the party overall has an advantage (Fire move in the   |
|  case of Blitzle)). If you chose Snivy as your starter and therefore lack  |
|  one, as I did, just go and catch a Sandile or bring a Darumaka or some    |
|  other strong Pokémon.                                                     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, you will be given the Bolt Badge, which allows you to use
HM04 (Strength) out of battle. It also shows you've completed the Gyms by
half! You'll also be given TM72 (Volt Switch). It is an Electric move that,
after it hits, you get to switch Pokémon. Kinda like the Electric version of
U-turn (players of G/S/C/HG/SS should understand THAT quite well).

Well, now go into the unused coaster and leave.


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                                 Nimbasa Gym
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After defeating Elesa and receiving the Bolt Badge, go into the unused
coaster nearby and leave.

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                                 Nimbasa City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                           |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Ducklett Lv. 25                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 24, Timburr Lv. 24                        |
|                     Pansage Lv. 23, Panpour Lv. 23, Pansear Lv. 23         |
|                     Whirlipede Lv. 25                                      |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 25                                         |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  The first three trainers appear in the Big Stadium and the last two are   |
|  in the Small Court. They all won't necessarily be there at the same time, |
|  so be warned.                                                             |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Now that we have and can use Strength, let's go to the northeast onto Route 16.

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                                   Route 16
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Liepard       |  Dark                |  20 to 22     |  Grass             |
|  Miccino       |  Normal              |  19 to 22     |  Grass             |
|  Trubbish      |  Poison              |  19 to 21     |  Grass             |
|  Gothita       |  Psychic             |  19 to 22     |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Solosis       |  Psychic             |  19 to 22     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  19 to 22     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Cinccino      |  Normal              |  22           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  20           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Herdier Lv. 24                                         |
|                     Ducklett Lv. 22, Liepard Lv. 22                        |
|                     Scraggy Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Whirlipede Lv. 22 (x2)                                 |
|                     Swadloon Lv. 23                                        |
|                     Drilbur Lv. 23, Liepard Lv. 22                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Remember where that two-step-wide boulder was? Go to it and use Strength to
get it out of the way. Go north to battle a Backpacker (the Swadloon one), then
continue further north to find TM66 (Payback). You'll also find a Charcoal to
the east of here between the fence and the trees. Return to the first fence
opening and go north to battle another Backpacker. Then continue north into
Lostlorn Forest.

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                               Lostlorn Forest
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Swadloon      |  Bug/Grass           |  19 to 22     |  Grass             |
|  Tranquill     |  Normal/Flying       |  21 to 22     |  Grass             |
|  Venipede      |  Bug/Poison          |  20 to 21     |  Grass             |
|  Cottonee      |  Grass               |  19 to 22     |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Petilil       |  Grass               |  19 to 22     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Whimsicott    |  Grass               |  22           |  Grass (shaking)(B)|
|  Lilligant     |  Grass               |  22           |  Grass (shaking)(W)|
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  19 to 21     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Leavanny      |  Bug/Grass           |  22           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  20           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Zoroark       |  Dark                |  25           |  Event only!       |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There aren't any Trainers for battling here.           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter, go north to the tree stump and you'll find a Big Mushroom.
Further north is a backpacker, claiming there is a recluse woman in the
camper.

Now, if you brought the event Shiny Entei/Raikou/Suicune (which one won't
matter) over via the Relocator (or later on via Poké Transfer), and bring it
with you, and then enter the camper, the woman will show her true form as you
try to enter -- she is really the illusionary Pokémon Zoroark! This event is
one-time (I think - I caught on the first try), so save before trying this.

Other than this and some Pokémon, that'll be it. Return to Route 16.

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                                   Route 16
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Liepard       |  Dark                |  20 to 22     |  Grass             |
|  Minccino      |  Normal              |  19 to 22     |  Grass             |
|  Trubbish      |  Poison              |  19 to 21     |  Grass             |
|  Gothita       |  Psychic             |  19 to 22     |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Solosis       |  Psychic             |  19 to 22     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  19 to 22     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Cinccino      |  Normal              |  22           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  20           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Herdier Lv. 24                                         |
|                     Ducklett Lv. 22, Liepard Lv. 22                        |
|                     Scraggy Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Whirlipede Lv. 22 (x2)                                 |
|                     Swadloon Lv. 23                                        |
|                     Drilbur Lv. 23, Liepard Lv. 22                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Finish any business you have left here and return to Nimbasa City.

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                                 Nimbasa City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                           |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Ducklett Lv. 25                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 24, Timburr Lv. 24                        |
|                     Pansage Lv. 23, Panpour Lv. 23, Pansear Lv. 23         |
|                     Whirlipede Lv. 25                                      |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 25                                         |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  The first three trainers appear in the Big Stadium and the last two are   |
|  in the Small Court. They all won't necessarily be there at the same time, |
|  so be warned.                                                             |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go to the Pokémon Center and heal your Pokémon. Then leave to the northwest,
onto Route 5.

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                                   Route 5
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Liepard       |  Dark                |  20 to 22     |  Grass             |
|  Minccino      |  Normal              |  12 to 22     |  Grass             |
|  Trubbish      |  Poison              |  19 to 21     |  Grass             |
|  Gothita       |  Psychic             |  19 to 22     |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Solosis       |  Psychic             |  19 to 22     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  19 to 22     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Cinccino      |  Normal              |  22           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  20           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Herdier Lv. 26 (x2)                                    |
|                     Pansear Lv. 21, Pansage Lv. 21, Panpour Lv. 21         |
|                     Munna Lv. 23                                           |
|                     Palpitoad Lv. 23                                       |
|                     Sigilyph Lv. 23                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 22 (x2)                                   |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 22 (x2)                                    |
|                     Whirlipede Lv. 22 (x2)                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

As you enter Route 5, you will meet and battle Cheren.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer Cheren  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Liepard (Lv. 20) Dark                                            |
|           Tranquill (Lv. 24) Normal/Flying                                 |
|           Pansear [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 24) Water      <--,            |
|           Panpour [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 24) Grass   <--+- Only 1.   |
|           Pansage [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 24) Fire       <--'            |
|           Dewott [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 26) Water          <--,         |
|           Servine [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 26) Grass      <--+- Only 1.|
|           Pignite [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 26) Fire/Fighting <--'         |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Liepard is weak to Bug and Fighting. It's immune to Psychic.              |
|                                                                            |
|  Tranquill is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to Ghost and   |
|  Ground.                                                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Pansear is weak to Rock, Water, and Ground.                               |
|                                                                            |
|  Panpour is weak to Grass and Electric.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Pansage is weak to Flying, Ice, Fire, Poison, and Bug.                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Dewott is weak to Grass and Electric.                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Servine is weak to Flying, Fire, Ice, Bug, and Poison.                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Pignite is weak to Flying, Psychic, Water, Rock, and Ground.              |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your starter at Lv. 27+ may be okay against Cheren's     |
|  simian, since they're both the same type, generally. As for Cheren's      |
|  starter, your simian Pokémon should have that covered at Lv. 26+. As for  |
|  the other two, either one of them should be able to handle it.            |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, Elesa will show up and show you to Alder. This person is
the current Champion of the Unova Pokémon League; after obtaining all eight
badges, he is the person you will defeat after defeating the Elite Four (or so
you may think).

After some talking, your party is healed and you'll battle two Preschoolers,
with Cheren as your partner; the kids each use a Lv. 26 Herdier (Normal-type).

After this, go near the camper east of you and battle the Baker. Go into the
camper and speak with the woman inside. If you have a Mushroom-kind of item
(ie. Tinymushroom), you can give to this woman for more money than you'd get
at a Pokémart.

Leave the camper and go south. Get into the gap between the fence and trees
and follow the path to a Hyper Potion. Return to the camper and go northeast
to battle a Backpacker. Pick up the nearby Great Ball afterwards and continue
along the grass westwardly until you find another Backpacker. Battle and defeat
him, then grab the nearby Revive. Go through the thicker grass and grab the
Zinc. Then hop off of the ledge and battle the four trainers left on the main
road.

Once you're done here, go west to Elesa and she'll call Driftveil's Gym Leader,
Clay, to lower the drawbridge. Once it's lowered, get onto the bridge.

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                             Driftveil Drawbridge
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Ducklett      |  Water/Flying        |  22 to 25     |  Shadows           |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There aren't any to battle in this location.           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

As you travel west across the bridge, you'll probably here a weird flapping
sound. That means that, somewhere on this bridge, a shadow has appeared. You
can go into the shadow to grab a Wing (that usually raises the user's EVs in a
stat) or, occasionally, to battle a Ducklett.

There isn't anything else worth mentioning, so continue west into Driftveil.

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                                Driftveil City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon to be found here at this time.              |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Krokorok Lv. 27, Zebstrika Lv. 27, Basculin Lv. 27     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you arrive, go west and past the statue. You'll eventually run into Cheren
and the Driftveil City Gym Leader, Clay. Clay says that some Team Plasma
members he'd caught escaped as he lowered the drawbridge for you. As such, you
are morally obligated to catch them. (Or you just want the levels.)

After the conversation ends, go west and into a house. Speaking with the blue
haired guy will let you teach a Snivy/Servine/Serperior the move Grass Pledge;
an Oshawott/Dewott/Samurott the move Water Pledge; or a Tepig/Pignite/Emboar
the move Fire Pledge. This move, when used together with another in a double
or triple battle, something special supposedly happens. Other than that, it is
a move of 50 Power and of the starter's type (which means, due to STAB, it is
a 75-Power move). I guess it is fairly decent if your starter needs a move.

Go into the northeastern house and with the elderly man inside. If you have
seen (not caught) 50 Pokémon, you'll be given a Shell Bell. This item will heal
HP to the holder based on the damage it did on the previous turn (12.5%, to be
exact). It is a pretty good item, I guess, with overly-powerful Pokémon. You
can also do a trade in this house, with the Youngster:

        O-----------O-------------------O---------------------------O
        |  Version  |  Pokémon Desired  |  Pokémon Received         |
        O-----------O-------------------O---------------------------O
        |  Black    |  Minccino         |  Basculin (red-striped)   |
        |  White    |  Minccino         |  Basculin (blue-striped)  |
        O-----------O-------------------O---------------------------O

The reason why I even note you of this trade is that you are given the Basculin
coloration specific to the other version. (ie. Blue-striped Basculin are found
only in Black Version.)

Exit the house and go west and into the Driftveil Marker. Inside, speak with
the guy in sunglasses if you can show him a Lv. 30+ Pokémon and you will be
given the Expert Belt (super-effective moves get a 20% power boost). You can
also buy some items here. The only one I see as worth buying is the Moomoo
Milk, an item that heals 100 HP. Good for those Pokémon that are too strong
for battle-usage of Super Potions, but still so weak that using a Hyper Potion
seems wasteful.

Leave the market and go to its west side. Speak with motorcyclist to learn of
Rotation Battles. These are sort of 3-on-3 battles; however, only one Pokémon
is active at a time, and only one on each side can be attacking/hurt at a time.
You can rotate your Pokémon around to make one active, and still have it
attack on the same turn. I believe you need three Pokémon or more for these.
You can also challenge Charles here to one.

Go northeast of the market and you'll find the Pokémon Center. Heal your
Pokémon there and go upstairs. Speak with the girl up there to get three
Repeat Balls. They have a 3.0x catch rate versus the normal Poké Ball (1.5x
versus the Ultra Ball) if it is used on a previously-caught species.

Leave and go into the house to the west of the Pokémon Center. If you show the
lady inside a Pokémon with whatever move she asks for, you can get a Heart
Scale. This occurs once daily. Go northwest of this house and into the trees'
gap to find an Ultra Ball.

That'll be it for now, so go south to the Cold Storage.

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                                 Cold Storage
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Herdier       |  Normal              |  21 to 23     |  Grass             |
|  Minccino      |  Normal              |  20           |  Grass             |
|  Timburr       |  Fighting            |  21 to 22     |  Grass             |
|  Vanillite     |  Ice                 |  20 to 23     |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  20 to 23     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Cinccino      |  Normal              |  23           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Stountland    |  Normal              |  23           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Outside Trainers' Pokémon: Whirlipede Lv. 24, Karrablast Lv. 24           |
|                             Joltik Lv. 24, Dwebble Lv. 24                  |
|                             Pansage Lv. 24, Timburr Lv. 24                 |
| 									     |
|  Inside Trainers' Pokémon: Pansear Lv. 24, Timburr Lv. 24                  |
|                            Panpour Lv. 24, Timburr Lv. 24                  |
|                            Gurdurr Lv. 25                                  |
|                            Vanillite Lv. 24, Timburr Lv. 24                |
|                            Timburr Lv. 23 (x2), Vanillite Lv. 23           |
| 									     |
|  Team Plasma Grunts' Pokémon: Watchog Lv. 23, Scraggy Lv. 23               |
|                               Liepard Lv. 24                               |
|                               Trubbish Lv. 24                              |
|                               Sandile Lv. 23, Watchog Lv. 23               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go in-between the two buildings to the east and speak with a worker to receive
the Rocky Helmet. This item, when held, and the holder is hit with a Physical
Attack such as Tackle or Vine Whip, will cause the attacker to lose 12.5% of
their max HP. Go further east to battle a Youngster, and further east to battle
another one.

Return to the beginning of the area and go south. Near the vending machine, use
the Dowsing MCHN and you'll be able to find a hidden PP Up, which increases the
maximum PP of a move by 20%. Go east and through the grass to find an Ether.
Go further along to find a Worker and a Protein nearby.

After grabbing the Protein, go back west and south. As you go past the Worker,
Cheren will show up. Go into the grass west of the building you are near and
follow the path to find a Heart Scale. Return to the entrance of the building
and go inside, with Cheren following.

After the quick talk, go up the stairs near the worker to the west, and grab
the Net Ball. Return to ground level and go forward. You'll find an icy floor.
If you've played a Pokémon game before, you know the mechanics of this. If you
step onto the ice, you will keep going in the direction in which you stepped
until you hit a object (or Trainer).

Begin by going up from the leftmost square, then right, and then down and you
will find TM55 (Scald) - it is Water-type move that can Burn. Return to the
start of the ice and use a different tile, then go right.

Battle and defeat the worker and go east across the ice patch. Go up the stairs
to battle a Worker. Defeat him and you'll find another ice patch to the east.
On it, go right, up, left, down. This will lead you to a set of crates, atop
which you'll find another battle-able worker.

After defeating Filipe, go south and descend the stairs to battle another
Worker. Grab the nearby Ice Heal and go north. Slide across the ice using one
of the two westernmost tiles. Continue to n-n-n-north to a r-r-rather c-c-cold
Worker. Battle and defeat him.

Northeast of this worker, you'll find a Hyper Potion. Go west to find an open
crate. Try to enter and Cheren will appear. He'll ask if anyone is inside. Say
"yes" and walk into the crate.

Inside, you'll find Zinzolin (a Team Plasma Sage) huddled with eight Grunts
for warmth. After a bit of talking, you'll have to battle the four easternmost
Grunts in the room. There are six Pokémon total here, though, so isn't too
much to worry about.

After defeating the Grunts, Clay will barge in and have some Workers take away
the Team Plasma members. He then tells you to come visit him in the Driftveil
Gym.

After you regain control, pick up the MeverMeltIce in the northwestern corner
of the crate (it boosts Ice moves by 20%).

That'll be it. Go up the stairway to the north, go south along it and across
the easy-to-navigate ice patch, and exit. Outside, go east and north back into
Driftveil City.

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                                Driftveil City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon to be found here at this time.              |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Krokorok Lv. 27, Zebstrika Lv. 27, Basculin Lv. 27     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go by the Pokémon Center and restore your party. Go to the northeastern part of
the city and you'll find the Gym. Outside, Ghetsis eventually convinces Clay to
free the captive Team Plasma members. Cheren soon decides to train his Pokémon
before his own challenge against Clay.

As for you, go inside.

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                                Driftveil Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon to be found here at this time.              |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Palpitoad Lv. 28, Drilbur Lv. 28                       |
|                     Sandile Lv. 28, Drilbur Lv. 28                         |
|                     Krokorok Lv. 29                                        |
|                     Sandile Lv. 27 (x2), Palpitoad Lv. 27                  |
|                     Drilbur Lv. 29                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Inside, speak with the white-haired man to get a Fresh Water. Then go down into
the mine (examine the down arrow).

This is the main part of the Driftveil City Gym. It mainly trains Pokémon of
the Ground type. The Ground type is weak to Water, Grass, and Ice. It has a
type-based advantage over Fire, Rock, Steel, Electric, and Poison. The Fire
type particular is in trouble, because many Ground types are paired with the
Rock or Water typings. And, finally, Ground types have an Electric immunity.

Go to the northern platform with the lit-up down button and use it to go down.
Go east and battle the Worker, then use the nearby elevator to go down a floor.
Use the northern elevator here to the north to battle another Worker. Go back
down and go north, along the railing. Go west and south to find another Worker
guarded by a Worker. Defeat him and go down. Go to the east next and defeat the
Clerk, then take the nearby elevator down, then go up with the northern one.
Here, back at the top floor, go north onto the railing and then east to battle
another Clerk. Walk onto the elevator to the south and you'll soon reach Clay.
Speak with him to start the battle.
 _________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Clay  \
|__________________________\_________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Krokorok (Lv. 29) Ground/Dark                                    |
|           Palpitoad (Lv. 29) Ground/Water                                  |
|           Excadrill (Lv. 31) Ground/Steel                                  |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Krokorok is weak to Grass, Water, Ice, Bug, and Fighting. It has Psychic  |
|  and Electric immunities.                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Palpitoad is weak to Grass (4x) only, and is immune to Electric.          |
|                                                                            |
|  Excadrill is weak to Fire, Fighting, and Ground (?). It is immune to      |
|  Electric.                                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your starter or simian Pokémon will have a direct        |
|  advantage in this Gym, because one of them WILL be of the Grass or Water  |
|  type. This will work for taking down Krokorok and Palpitaod. As for the   |
|  Excadrill, I recommend using Darumaka/Sawk. All participating Pokémon     |
|  should be Lv. 31+.                                                        |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After winning, you'll be given the Quake Badge, your sixth badge. The TM will
wait until later -- he tells you to meet him in front of Chargestone Cave on
Route 6. So exit the Gym.


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++                                                                         ++
++     Section VI- Jet Badge                                  **BW46**     ++
++                                                                         ++
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                                Driftveil Gym
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After defeating Clay and receiving the Quake Badge, leave the Gym.

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                                Driftveil City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon to be found here at this time.              |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Krokorok Lv. 27, Zebstrika Lv. 27, Basculin Lv. 27     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Outside, go to the Pokémon Center and heal your party. Then exit to the west,
onto Route 6.

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                                   Route 6
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Deerling      |  Grass/Normal        |  22 to 24     |  Grass             |
|  Foongus       |  Grass/Poison        |  20 to 23     |  Grass; item balls |
|  Swadloon      |  Grass/Bug           |  22 to 23     |  Grass             |
|  Karrablast    |  Bug                 |  22 to 24     |  Grass             |
|  Tranquill     |  Normal/Flying       |  23 to 25     |  Grass             |
|  Vanillite     |  Ice                 |  23 to 25     |  Grass             |
|  Unfezant      |  Normal/Flying       |  25           |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  25           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Leavanny      |  Bug/Grass           |  25           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  25           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Deerling Lv. 27                                        |
|                     Emolga Lv. 27, Deerling Lv. 27                         |
|                     Tympole Lv. 24 (x4)                                    |
|                     Deerling Lv. 27                                        |
|                     Deerling Lv. 27                                        |
|                     Vanillite Lv. 26, Frillish Lv. 26, Tympole Lv. 24 (x2) |
|                     Minccino Lv. 27, Emolga Lv. 27                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

As you enter Route 6, you'll be spotted and battled by Bianca.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer Bianca  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Herdier (Lv. 26) Normal                                          |
|           Musharna (Lv. 26) Psychic                                        |
|           Pansear [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 26) Water        <--,          |
|           Panpour [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 26) Grass        <--+- Only 1. |
|           Pansage [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 26) Fire      <--'          |
|           Dewott [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 28) Water             <-,       |
|           Servine [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 28) Grass            <-+-Only 1|
|           Pignite [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 28) Fire/Fighting <-'       |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Herdier is weak to Fighting and immune to Ghost.                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Musharna is weak to Bug, Dark, and Ghost.                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Pansear is weak to Rock, Water, and Ground.                               |
|                                                                            |
|  Panpour is weak to Grass and Electric.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Pansage is weak to Flying, Ice, Fire, Poison, and Bug.                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Dewott is weak to Grass and Electric.                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Servine is weak to Flying, Fire, Ice, Bug, and Poison.                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Pignite is weak to Flying, Psychic, Water, Rock, and Ground.              |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your simian Pokémon at Lv. 28+ for Bianca's own simian.  |
|  Your starter will take out her starter, if yours is Lv. 29+. You can use  |
|  whatever for the Musharna and Herdier; if you have a Pignite, though, be  |
|  careful about using it against Musharna; use your Pan/Simisage instead.   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After this battle, you'll be given HM02 Fly. This move is a powerful Flying
type move that takes two turns to do in-battle. It also allows you, when you
get the Jet Badge, to Fly to any previously-visited area (for the most part).
It is pretty much only able to be taught to Flying Pokémon and Mew, so you'll
want to catch a Tranquill or Unfezant on this Route if you lack a Pokémon that
can learn Fly.

After getting the HM02, go west and across the bridge, then north. Battle and
defeat the Scientist, then go east and across a second bridge to find a Pokémon
Ranger (who gives a Cheri Berry (heals Paralysis) upon defeat). Go north and
onto the third bridge to find and battle a Parasol Lady.

Continue along this path to find a Scientist, and an Elixir in the nearby
grass. Now, see that building there? This is the Season Research Lab. A
scientist inside will give you a Leaf Stone for showing him all four Formes
of Deerling. To do this immediately, catch a Deerling. Save, and switch the
DS clock to read a month from now. Reload, show him the Deerling, save,
change the clock to read another month from now, etc., until you have shown
him all four Deerling Formes (be sure to reset the clock to its normal
setting!). Speak to him to get your Leaf Stone.

There will also be a Hyper Potion just west of the Lab. Continue along the
dirt path, going west, to find another Scientist to battle. Continue west
and across another bridge to find an item -- examining it reveals it to be a
Pokémon, Foongus. It is like the Pokémon Voltorb -- it looks like a Pokéball
(at least, from above). Continue along the path and battle the Parasol Lady.

Get the first item to her west to find a Leaf Stone; the one to the southwest
is another Foongus. Battle the nearby Pokémon Ranger (win = Cheri Berry), then
go north across the bridge. Go east and enter the house. Speak with the girl
inside to receive the Shiny Stone, which can evolve a Minccino. You can also
speak to the woman at the table so you can heal your Pokémon.

Leave the house and go north to find Chargestone Cave. Walk up to the yellow
spider web (made by Garvantula, I believe) and Clay will appear. Clay will
have his Krokorok use Bulldoze to remove it, then he gives you the TM for it,
TM78. Bulldoze is a Ground-type move of about 80 Power that damages all other
Pokémon on the battlefield and slows them down. Sawk can surely learn it, so
it may be worth teaching.

Anyhow, enter Chargestone Cave.

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                               Chargestone Cave
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  24           |  Walk around       |
|  Ferroseed     |  Grass/Steel         |  24 to 25     |  Walk around       |
|  Joltik        |  Bug/Electric        |  24 to 27     |  Walk around       |
|  Klink         |  Steel               |  25 to 27     |  Walk around       |
|  Tynamo        |  Electric            |  27           |  Walk around       |
|  Drilbur       |  Ground              |  24 to 27     |  Walk around(swirl)|
|============================================================================|
|  (1F) Trainers' Pokémon: Klink Lv. 29                                      |
|                          Archen Lv. 31                                     |
|                          Boldore Lv. 26, Gurdurr Lv. 26                    |
|                          Klink Lv. 29                                      |
|                          Klink Lv. 29                                      |
|                          Whimsicott Lv. 30, Tirtouga Lv. 30                |
|                                                                            |
|  (B1F) Trainers' Pokémon: Swadloon Lv. 29                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  (B1F) Team Plasma Grunts' Pokémon: Sandile & Watchog & Scraggy at Lv. 26  |
|                                     Scraggy Lv. 28                         |
|                                     Trubbish Lv. 27, Liepard Lv. 27        |
|                                     Trubbish Lv. 26 (x3)                   |
|                                     Watchog Lv. 27, Sandile Lv. 27         |
|                                     Liepard Lv. 28                         |
|                                     Sandile Lv. 27, Watchog Lv. 27         |
|                                                                            |
|  (B2F) Trainers' Pokémon: Drilbur Lv. 30, Zebstrika Lv. 30                 |
|                           Gothia Lv. 29, Ducklett Lv. 29, Lilligant Lv. 29 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

<= 1F =>

As you enter, three people will teleport around you. These are the Shadow
Triad, servants of N and Ghetsis. They'll take over to N.

After N is done talking, go north and you'll sson be stopped by Bianca, who is
being followed by Prof. Juniper. You'll be given the Lucky Egg, which boosts
the holder's EXP. gain if it participates in battle.

After this, go to the floating rock next to Bianca and push it to the west.
Then go north and push this floating rock to the east. Pick up the Parlyz Heal
nearby, then battle the Scientist atop the eastern stairs. After the battle, go
south and move northern rock to the right and grab the Revive.

Go back to the location of the Parlyz Heal and go up the northern stairs. Go
east and you'll find a Heal Ball on the other side of this ledge. Continue
going eastward and battle the Ace Trainer. Now, for the two nearby rocks, push
the northernmost one to the west and southernmost one to the south.

Go south now and down the nearby staircase. Walk east and soon Juniper will
come and speak with you about Klink, a Steel-type Pokémon found here that has
only be in existence for the past century or so.

Once you regain control, you'll find yourself to be at a fork. Take the north
path for now and battle the Hiker nearby (speak with him). Return to the fork
and go south. You'll soon find a bridge. As you walk on it, the Shadow Triad
will come and take you across, saying Team Plasma is awaiting you on the lower
floor. Go north after you regain control to grab the Hyper Potion.

After getting the Hyper Potion, go to the floating rock, pushing it south, and
battle the Scientist. Then go south and west of the stairs to find two more
floating rocks. Push the southernmost rock westward and walk around the big
one to obtain an Iron. Return to and go down the stairway.

<= B1F =>

Continue along the path and you'll soon find a couple of people beside the
wall. Speak to these Nugget Brothers to receive two Nuggets. They can sold at
$5,000 to Pokémarts, and more to maniacs (I think it's $10,000!). Go west and
up the stairs when possible.

Don't hop off this ledge! Walk around the eastern stairs and go south to find
an HP Up (use the Dowsing MCHN to find it). Return to the Nugget Brothers and
go north and along the east path to find and battle a Doctor. After this, and
every time you talk to him, he'll heal your Pokémon.

Head northwest now and you'll find two Team Plasma Grunts you will separately
battle. Defeat both of them and go west to find a Timer Ball. Then go north to
fight another Grunt. Then follow the path northeastwardly to find, you guessed
it, another Grunt, with another to the west.

Then go down the western stairs and push the floating rock to the left. Walk
southwest between the two big rocks and you'll find a Thunderstone. Then go
north and push the second floating rock up. Then go and battle the Grunt, with
another one to the east. Then go down the western stairway.

<= B2F =>

Go south to find and battle an Ace Trainer. After the battle, push the floating
rock nearby to the east. Go east and north to find a BrightPowder (raises the
holder's ability to evade by 10%). Go south now and battle another Ace Trainer.

Descend the stairs near her and you'll find a Hyper Potion. Then walk around
the outer edge of the cliff and you'll find a Rare Candy.

That'll be it for this floor. Return to and ascend the stairs you entered by.

<= B1F =>

Go east, past the defeated Grunts, and up the stairs.

<= 1F =>

Go south to find three different pathways. Go west to battle a Scientist. Go
further along to find a floating rock, which, when pushed, will let you back to
cave's beginning.

Return to the intersection and go south. You'll battle an Ace Trainer on the
way. Go southeast of him to find a Magnet (Electric moves' power are raised
by 20% when held).

Return to the intersection and heal up your Pokémon some. Then go east to find,
speak with, and battle N.
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|  BOSS: Team Plasma N  \
|________________________\___________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Boldore (Lv. 28) Rock                                            |
|           Joltik (Lv. 28) Bug/Electric                                     |
|           Klink (Lv. 28) Steel                                             |
|           Ferroseed (Lv. 28) Grass/Steel                                   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Boldore is weak to Grass, Water, Fighting, Steel, and Ground.             |
|                                                                            |
|  Joltik is weak to Fire, Flying, Rock, and Ground.                         |
|                                                                            |
|  Klink is weak to Fire, Fighting, and Ground. It will be resistant to      |
|  pretty much every other type, excepting perhaps Electric, and is immune   |
|  to Poison.                                                                |
|                                                                            |
|  Ferroseed is weak to Fire (4x) and Fighting. It is immune to Poison.      |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Krokorok can pretty much manage this at Lv. 29+. Your    |
|  starter and simian Pokémon (Lv. 30+) can still manage it themselves,      |
|  though; it is just that Krokorok covers most of the opponents' weaknesses.|
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, Prof. Juniper and Bianca appear and speak with N and you.

After the conversation ends and you regain control, you can now leave through
the exit nearby to arrive in Mistralton City.

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                               Mistralton City
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When you arrive, go into the nearby Pokémon Center. Heal up and speak with one
of the people in there. One of them can tell you the type of a Pokémon's
Hidden Power move. Hidden Power is an okay move by itself. It is of a random
type, determined solely by the Pokémon's IVs (Individual Values; they can
somewhat determine stats, Hidden Power type, and shiny/not shiny).

Finish your business in there and go into the house east of the Pokémon Center
to find the Move Deleter (removes a move from the Pokémon's current reportoire
until later relearned; includes TM/HM moves) and the Move Relearner (give him
a Heart Scale to learn any level-up-based move the Pokémon has forgotten).

Exit the house and go north of the Pokémon Center. As you do, a man, Cedric
Juniper, Prof. Juniper's father, will speak with you. He also enables your
Pokédex to see different Formes (as with Pokémon like Deerling, Pikachu,
Shaymin, Deoxys, and so on; including the (seen) Shiny forms!). It also gets
a search function.

He'll also introduce you to Skyla, the Mistralton City Gym Leader. She is going
to the Celestial Tower, which is near Route 7, so a Gym challenge will be
delayed for the moment.

Anyhow, go west and into the control tower. Speak with one of the women inside
to receive the Sharp Beak (the holder's Flying-type moves are 20% extra
powerful). Go outside and go south to find TM58 (Sky Drop) near a plane. It
hurls the user and target into the sky for one turn, then deals damage on the
second. It was banned from Nintendo WFC battles due to a glitch around the time
of the US launch of Black/White or sometime before.

That'll be it for Mistralton City for the time being, so head northeast to
Route 7.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Deerling      |  Grass/Normal        |  26           |  Grass             |
|  Cubchoo       |  Ice                 |  26 to 28     |  Grass             |
|  Foongus       |  Grass/Poison        |  29           |  Grass             |
|  Watchog       |  Normal              |  27           |  Grass             |
|  Tranquill     |  Normal/Flying       |  26 to 28     |  Grass             |
|  Zebstrika     |  Electric            |  27 to 29     |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  26 to 29     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Unfezant      |  Normal/Flying       |  29           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  27 to 29     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Dwebble Lv. 30, Pansage Lv. 30                         |
|                     Palpitoad Lv. 29, Scolipede Lv. 29, Shelmet Lv. 29     |
|                     Simisear Lv. 31                                        |
|                     Liepard Lv. 32, Swoobat Lv. 32, Watchog Lv. 32         |
|                     Minccino Lv. 31                                        |
|                     Swadloon Lv. 30, Simipour Lv. 30, Tranquill Lv. 30     |
|                     Solosis Lv. 31, Axew Lv. 31                            |
|                     Emolga Lv. 30, Sigilyph Lv. 30                         |
|                     Tynamo Lv. 29, Tranquill Lv. 29, Ducklett Lv. 29       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

There are ways to proceed on Route 7. You can take the dirt path around the
grass (one Trainer, no wild Pokémon), the grass itself (two Trainers, some
wild Pokémon), or go on the wood plank (neither Trainers or Pokémon). With the
latter, if you stand still more than five or so seconds, you'll fall off. Just
FYI.

There are two Youngsters in grass, as well as an Ultra Ball. If you went along
the dirt path, you'd find a Trainer to the northwest of the person who gives
you TM57 (Charge Beam).

Regardless, your path will merge with the others near a house. Go inside and,
if you give this Hiker a Boldore, you'll get an Emolga (at Lv. 30, holding a
Lum Berry).

Leave the house and go east to find an Ace Trainer, which you will battle,
Rotation-style! After the battle, go north to battle a Backpacker, and a 
Pokémon Ranger is further north (win = Aspear Berry). Go to the west of the
Ranger in the grass to find a PP Up.

Return to the main path and go north to find and battle another Pokémon
Ranger, who also will yield an Aspear Berry after you win. Go east of him and
you will find a Max Ether. Further north of here is the Celestial Tower. For
now, though, let's ignore it and finish off the rest of the Trainers.

Walk south from the tower and get onto the wood planks. Go east and into the
house when you get off. The girl in front of the television will heal your
Pokémon if spoken to. Leave and go east to find another wood plank, atop which
you'll find a battle-able Harlequin.

Defeat him and go east to find TM81 (X-Scissor). It is a Bug-type move that
simply deals damage. Get on the previous plank, go north and onto another to
find and battle another Harlequin.

After that battle, we'll stop there. Go south, west, and north back to
Celestial Tower. Go inside.

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                               Celestial Tower
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Litwick       |  Ghost/Fire          |  26 to 29     |  Walk around(2F up)|
|  Elgyem        |  Psychic             |  26 to 29     |  Walk around(3F up)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon:                                                        |
|  (2F) Elgyem Lv. 30, Solosis Lv. 30, Sigilyph Lv. 30                       |
|       Deerling Lv. 30, Gothita Lv. 30, Sigilyph Lv. 30                     |
|       Emolga Lv. 30, Herdier Lv. 30                                        |
|       Swadloon Lv. 31                                                      |
|  (3F) Musharna Lv. 32                                                      |
|       Yamask Lv. 31, Golett Lv. 31                                         |
|       Litwick Lv. 31, Swoobat Lv. 31                                       |
|       Duosion Lv. 32                                                       |
|       Gothita Lv. 31, Alomomola Lv. 31                                     |
|  (4F) Stoutland Lv. 33                                                     |
|       Swoobat Lv. 32, Gothorita Lv. 32                                     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

<= 1F =>

Go up the stairs to the left to reach 2F.

<= 2F =>

From here on up, you'll also find wild Pokémon. Anyhow, walk north and battle
the Psychic. Then go east for the Lass. Go east to find a Hyper Potion, then go
northwest to find and battle a Pokéfan, with another one to the west.

Southwest of the last Pokéfan, Georgia, you'll find TM61 (Will-O-Wisp). It is a
Fire-type move that only will inflict a Burn on a Pokémon. Go up the stairs to
3F.

<= 3F =>

Go east to battle a Psychic, and west to battle another one. Go around to the
west side of the room to find another Psychic, Lin (which seems to be a Dark
Cloud 2 reference -- in it, there was a sage named Lin). Go south and east to
the other side of the room and battle the Psychic there.

Go east of the previous Psychic, Bryce, to find a Spell Tag (the holder's
Ghost-type moves are powered up by 20%). Go to the northernmost portion of
floor to battle a Nurse. She'll heal your Pokémon after the battle, and then
whenever you talk to her.

Go up the stairs to 4F.

<= 4F =>

Walk northeast and you'll battle an Ace Trainer. Go to the east to find a
Revive, then go west to find another Ace Trainer. Go to her west to find TM65
(Shadow Claw). It is a decently-powerful Ghost-type move that often deals
critical hits.

Go up the stairs again.

<= Rooftop =>

Go up the stairs nearby to find Skyla. She says that she has healed the Pokémon
she saw hurt up here earlier. After she is done speaking, go up to and examine
the bell. Ring it. Skyla will reintroduce herself and leave.

Now, descend all of the floors and go back to Route 7.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Deerling      |  Grass/Normal        |  26           |  Grass             |
|  Cubchoo       |  Ice                 |  26 to 28     |  Grass             |
|  Foongus       |  Grass/Poison        |  29           |  Grass             |
|  Watchog       |  Normal              |  27           |  Grass             |
|  Tranquill     |  Normal/Flying       |  26 to 28     |  Grass             |
|  Zebstrika     |  Electric            |  27 to 29     |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  26 to 29     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Unfezant      |  Normal/Flying       |  29           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  27 to 29     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Dwebble Lv. 30, Pansage Lv. 30                         |
|                     Palpitoad Lv. 29, Scolipede Lv. 29, Shelmet Lv. 29     |
|                     Simisear Lv. 31                                        |
|                     Liepard Lv. 32, Swoobat Lv. 32, Watchog Lv. 32         |
|                     Minccino Lv. 31                                        |
|                     Swadloon Lv. 30, Simipour Lv. 30, Tranquill Lv. 30     |
|                     Solosis Lv. 31, Axew Lv. 31                            |
|                     Emolga Lv. 30, Sigilyph Lv. 30                         |
|                     Tynamo Lv. 29, Tranquill Lv. 29, Ducklett Lv. 29       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Continually go southward and back into Mistralton City.

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                               Mistralton City
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Go into the Pokémon Center and heal your Pokémon. Buy some items, especially
if your Pokémon are weak to Flying type. Go west onto the runway, and north
into the airplane hangar, which happens to be the Mistralton City Gym.

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                                Mistralton Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found in this location.                               |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Tranquill Lv. 32 (x2)                                  |
|                     Ducklett Lv. 32, Woobat Lv. 32                         |
|                     Ducklett Lv. 32, Sigilyph Lv. 32                       |
|                     Unfezant Lv. 33                                        |
|                     Swoobat Lv. 33                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Mistralton City's Gym trains Pokémon of the Flying type. These Pokémon are
weak to Ice, Rock, and Electric; advantageous against Grass, Bug, and Fighting;
and immune to Ground. Except in ONE SINGLE CASE, the Flying-type also is
paired another type, typically Normal; thusly, the above can change.

Anyhow, go forward and you'll be able to speak to the white-haired guy as
usual to receive the Fresh Water. Go forward and you'll find a cannon. These
cannons have four sides. From whichever side you enter from, that determines
where you go (for example, walk in from the north/east/west/south side to go
south/west/east/north, respectively). Go in the nearby cannon. Once you land,
go west into another cannon. Go down the stairs and into the same cannon. You
will land by a Worker.

Battle and defeat him, then walk up the stairs to the east, then go south, and
you will battle another Worker. Go further south and into the cannon. When you
land, go past the cones and you'll battle a Pilot. Then go northeast and you
will find a cannon. ENTER THIS ONE FROM ITS SOUTH SIDE TO GO FORWARD.

When you land, go east into another cannon and you'll battle another Pilot.
Go west into the cannon again. Go up the stairs upon landing and battle the
Worker at their apex. Use the nearby cannon to go south, another to east, and
another to go (ouch!) ... north, and another to go west. You'll find Skyla on
the platform. Speak with her to begin.
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Skyla  \
|___________________________\_______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Swoobat (Lv. 33) Psychic/Flying                                 |
|           Unfezant (Lv. 33) Normal/Flying                                 |
|           Swanna (Lv. 35) Water/Flying                                    |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Swoobat is weak to Ghost, Dark, Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to |
|  Ground.                                                                  |
|                                                                           |
|  Unfezant is weak to Ice, Rock, and Electric; it's immune to Ghost and    |
|  Ground.                                                                  |
|                                                                           |
|  Swanna is weak to Electric (4x), and maybe Rock. It is still immune to   |
|  Ground.                                                                  |
|                                                                           |
|  Recommendations: Emolga or Boldore at Lv. 35+ may be able to manage      |
|  this. However, there either your starter or simian Pokémon (Lv. 36+) are |
|  actually enough to manage this, because, of the two, only one is weak to |
|  Flying, IF ANY. Still, as for Swanna, it'll be preferable to really keep |
|  Grass/Bug/Fighting types out of it -- it has Air Slash, which is quite   |
|  powerful. The same goes for Swoobat and its Acrobatics.                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, you'll receive the Jet Badge, which permits the use of HM02
(Fly) outside of battle. You'll also receive TM62 (Acrobatics), a Flying-type
move that deals double damage to those Pokémon not holding an item. Skyla will
also mention something about seeing Team Plasma near Icirrus City. Go into the
nearby cannon and leave the Gym.


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++                                                                         ++
++     Section VII- Freeze Badge                              **BW47**     ++
++                                                                         ++
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                                Mistralton Gym
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After receiving the Jet Badge from Skyla, go into the cannon nearby and leave
the Gym.

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                               Mistralton City
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Outside, you'll find N. He will speak with the first Pokémon in your party,
telling you afterwards that your Pokémon believes you are a good Trainer. He
thens goes on to speak of locating and find the Light and Dark Stones so as to
resurrect a legendary Dragon-type Pokémon. After a bit more talking, he leaves.

When you regain control, go into the Pokémon Center and heal your party. Then
go to the northeast onto Route 7 again.

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                                   Route 7
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Deerling      |  Grass/Normal        |  26           |  Grass             |
|  Cubchoo       |  Ice                 |  26 to 28     |  Grass             |
|  Foongus       |  Grass/Poison        |  29           |  Grass             |
|  Watchog       |  Normal              |  27           |  Grass             |
|  Tranquill     |  Normal/Flying       |  26 to 28     |  Grass             |
|  Zebstrika     |  Electric            |  27 to 29     |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  26 to 29     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Unfezant      |  Normal/Flying       |  29           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  27 to 29     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Dwebble Lv. 30, Pansage Lv. 30                         |
|                     Palpitoad Lv. 29, Scolipede Lv. 29, Shelmet Lv. 29     |
|                     Simisear Lv. 31                                        |
|                     Liepard Lv. 32, Swoobat Lv. 32, Watchog Lv. 32         |
|                     Minccino Lv. 31                                        |
|                     Swadloon Lv. 30, Simipour Lv. 30, Tranquill Lv. 30     |
|                     Solosis Lv. 31, Axew Lv. 31                            |
|                     Emolga Lv. 30, Sigilyph Lv. 30                         |
|                     Tynamo Lv. 29, Tranquill Lv. 29, Ducklett Lv. 29       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go north along the dirt road to the trading Hiker's house. Go east and north
until you find Celestial Tower again. Go east from here and then north again
and you'll soon come upon Twist Mountain.

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                                   Route 7
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  28 to 31     |  Walk around       |
|  Cubchoo       |  Ice                 |  28 to 31     |  Walk around       |
|  Woobat        |  Psychic/Flying      |  28 to 31     |  Walk around       |
|  Gurdurr       |  Fighting            |  28 to 30     |  Walk around       |
|  Cryogonal     |  Ice                 |  28 to 31     |  Walk around       |
|  Drilbur       |  Ground              |  28 to 31     |  Walk around(swirl)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Boldore Lv. 34, Gurdurr Lv. 34                         |
|                     Woobat Lv. 33, Boldore Lv. 33, Gurdurr Lv. 33          |
|                     Vanillish Lv. 35, Gothorita Lv. 35, Duosion Lv. 35     |
|                     Throh Lv. 36                                           |
|                     Boldore Lv. 34, Excadrill Lv. 34                       |
|                     Swoobat Lv. 35                                         |
|                     Boldore Lv. 33 (x3)                                    |
|                     Excadrill Lv. 35, Boldore Lv. 33 (x2)                  |
|                     Duosion Lv. 34, Musharna Lv. 34                        |
|                     Woobat Lv. 34, Boldore Lv. 34                          |
|                     Sawk Lv. 36                                            |
|                     Gurdurr Lv. 34, Boldore Lv. 34                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

As you approach Twist Mountain's large stairway, Cheren shows up and challenges
you to a battle!
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer Cheren  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Unfezant (Lv. 33) Normal/Flying                                  |
|           Liepard (Lv. 33) Dark                                            |
|           Simisear [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 33) Water      <--,           |
|           Simipour [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 33) Grass   <--+- Only 1.  |
|           Simisage [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 33) Fire       <--'           |
|           Dewott [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 35) Water          <--,         |
|           Servine [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 35) Grass      <--+- Only 1.|
|           Pignite [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 35) Fire/Fighting <--'         |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Unfezant is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to Ghost and    |
|  Ground.                                                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Liepard is weak to Bug and Fighting. It's immune to Psychic.              |
|                                                                            |
|  Simisear is weak to Rock, Water, and Ground.                              |
|                                                                            |
|  Simipour is weak to Grass and Electric.                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Simisage is weak to Flying, Ice, Fire, Poison, and Bug.                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Dewott is weak to Grass and Electric.                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Servine is weak to Flying, Fire, Ice, Bug, and Poison.                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Pignite is weak to Flying, Psychic, Water, Rock, and Ground.              |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your starter at Lv. 36+ may be okay against Cheren's     |
|  simian, since they're both the same type, generally. As for Cheren's      |
|  starter, your simian Pokémon should have that covered at Lv. 36+. As for  |
|  the other two, either one of them should be able to handle it.            |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After Cheren's defeat, the Unova Champion, Alder, hops down from an above
ledge and gives you HM03, Surf. This a Water-type move of 95-Power (142.5 on
a Water-type; 285 for one who uses it with one-type super-effectiveness; and
570 for usage on a double-super-effectiveness). It also hits all Pokémon on
the field, except the user. It is definitely worth putting on a Water-type.
Later on, you can also use it cross water outside of battle (like those rivers
on Route 6).

Anyhow, when you regain control, go up the stairs and west. Battle and defeat
the Hiker, then go on in.

Inside, go north until you find Cheren with Clay. After a quick conversation,
you regain control. Go east and outside.

Follow this walkway north and you'll find a Revive. Return to where the Worker
was and go east and past the doorway to find a Full Heal. Return to the unused
doorway and go on in.

Inside, go along the path. You'll soon find and battle a Hiker. Go along the
first branch north to find an Ace Trainer; the second leads to a Battle Girl.
Go through the northwestern doorway and go south and battle the Worker. Go
north to the next unused doorway. Go southeast and look around using the
Dowsing MCHN -- you'll find a hidden Stardust in one of the mounds, as well as
another Worker to battle.

Go past this worker and you'll find a Moon Stone near a rock pile. Go down the
stairway and through the doorway. Go south to find some mounds again, with
another Worker in the southwestern one. Go to the mound due east of this
Worker to find another Stardust.

Go west and through the doorway. Follow the path to the northeast and you can
pick up a Max Potion. Go back the other way and you'll find another doorway,
to the north of which you'll find an Ether. Go through this doorway and east.
Go north when first possible to find a Nugget. Grab it and use the Dowsing MCHN
to find a Revive nearby. Return to the original path and take the second north
branch to find another hidden Worker in the northwest corner of the room.

Go west and grab the PP Up, then east and through the doorway. Battle the
Doctor nearby, who will heal your Pokémon afterwards and whenever you speak to
him. Go north and through the first doorway you will find, then further north
to find a Hiker.

Defeat him and go north through another doorway. Then descend the stairs to
your northwest and battle the Black Belt at their bottom. Go up the western
stairs afterwards and pick up the Ultra Ball. Go down the south path. Use the
Dowsing MCHN near the mounds to find a Protein; another mound has a battle-able
Worker.

Go thorugh the southwestern doorway. You'll be in the crater of Twist Mountain.
There will be a vending machine nearby; use it if needed. Then go east from the
vending machine and go down the stairs to the southwest and through into the
mountain. Go east and past a Worker. You'll find this huge ice block in the
center of this room. Later on, if you happen to Poké Transfer (or Relocate, if
that's possible) an Eevee and level it up in here, it will evolve into the
Ice-type Eevee-lution known as Glaceon. You'll also find TM91 (Flash Cannon) in
the northeastern corner of the room. It is a Steel-type move that may lower the
target's Special Defense.

Return outside and go to the northeastern doorway. Walk north and you'll find
Cheren and a Team Plasma Grunt near the exit. Another Grunt will come in,
saying they've gotten what they were looking for. They'll leave and Cheren says
that he'll stay here to think about what he'll do after he becomes a powerful
Pokémon Trainer.

When you regain control, go east and out of Twist Mountain, into Icirrus City.

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                                 Icirrus City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Palpitoad     |  Water/Ground        |  30 to 32     |  Puddles           |
|  Shelmet       |  Bug                 |  30 to 32     |  Puddles           |
|  Stunfisk      |  Electric/Ground     |  31 to 32     |  Puddles           |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Please note that the puddles can only be walked upon, and Pokémon within  |
|  them found, during the seasons of spring, summer, and autumn. During      |
|  winter, they are iced-over and function like the ice of the Cold Storage. |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Stunfisk      |  Electric/Ground     |  15 to 40     |  Surf              |
|  Seismitoad    |  Water/Ground        |  15 to 40     |  Surf (bubble)     |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found in this area.                    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

As you enter Icirrus, you'll find Cedric. He'll approach and talk with you,
primarily of Dragonspiral Tower, which happens to be to the north to Icirrus.
Cedric soon goes there.

When you regain control, head on over to the Pokémon Center and heal your
Pokémon. Speak with elderly lady inside to receive TM31 (Brick Break), a decent
Fighting-type move that can get rid of the stat-boosting barriers like Reflect
and Light Screen. The man by the counter will buy the Gems you find every now
in then in those dust swirls in caverns.

Leave and go to the house south of the Gym. Inside, you'll find the Pokémon Fan
Club. Speak with the old guy in the hate. If you show him a Pokémon that has
gained 25 - 49 levels (such as your starter) since you caught/received it, you
will be given another EXP. Share. That's the only thing worth mentioning for
here. However, showing him that has gained 50 - 98 levels nets you a Cleanse
Tag. If you show him a Pokémon you hatched from an Egg and leveled it Lv. 100
(ie. gained 99 levels), you'll be given the King's ROck.

Go into the house to the east of the Gym. Inside, the three residents will give
you a simple Pep Quiz. For winning it, you'll receive an Antidote; for losing,
you receive a Parlyz Heal. This can happen once daily.

During the winter months, go to the southeast corner of the city and into the
house. Speak with the purple-haired woman inside to get a RageCandyBar. If you
bring it to the Desort Resort where those statues were, and give it to a
statue, you'll be allowed to battle a wild Darmanitan at Lv. 30 or so. If you
need a Fire type, it would be a decent idea to Fly there.

Speaking of winter, during those months, go south of the Pokémon Fan Club and
you'll be able to receive a Rare Candy unobtainable otherwise. There should
also be a winter-only item near there, but I forgot to note of it.

Anyhow, go into the northwestern corner of Icirrus and into the Gym.

When you regain control, go east and out of Twist Mountain, into Icirrus City.

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                                 Icirrus Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon can be found in this location.                            |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Cubchoo Lv. 35 (x2), Cryogonal Lv. 35                  |
|                     Cryogonal Lv. 37                                       |
|                     Cubchoo Lv. 37                                         |
|                     Cubchoo Lv. 36, Vanillish Lv. 36                       |
|                     Vanillish Lv. 36 (x2)                                  |
|                     Vanillish Lv. 36, Cubchoo Lv. 36                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

The Icirrus City Gym trains Pokémon of the Ice type -- literally. Not one
Pokémon here has a double-typing; it is all Ice. Pokémon of this typing are
weak to Fire, Rock, Steel, and Fighting and are advantageous over Grass,
Ground, Dragon, and Flying.

Go forward and speak with the white-haired guy to receive your customary Fresh
Water. Go north onto the ice and you'll slide into a curved bumper that directs
you onto a blue square. Go east and battle the Black Belt. Then go north and
step on the switch to rotate the curve. Go west and you'll land near a Battle
Girl. Battle and defeat her. Go to the east and you'll go across a ramp, to
part two.

You'll find a Black Belt nearby. Defeat him and go east onto the ice, then
north, east, and north to battle a Battle Girl. Then go south onto the ice,
then east onto solid ground. Go south around the rock, and west into the curve.
From the blue square, go north onto the switch, then north to a rock, then
west. Get onto the arrow-like object and go south into the curve. Go west and
up the stairs, then across the ice.

Battle the Battle Girl nearby. Then go onto the ice going west, then north into
the curve. Go east, north, and east into the curve again. Go north to find a
four-tile path. Go north onto the ice to fight a Black Belt. Go northeast and
onto the switch. Go east onto the pointy tile and go south into the curve. Then
go west, south, west and into the curve, then north. Go up the stairs to find
Brycen. Speak with him to battle.
 ___________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Brycen  \
|____________________________\_______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Vanillish (Lv. 37) Ice                                           |
|           Cryogonal (Lv. 37) Ice                                           |
|           Bearctic (Lv. 39) Ice                                            |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  All three of these Pokémon are weak to Fire, Fighting, Rock, and Steel.   |
|  They each are type-basedly advantageous over Grass, Dragon, Ground, and   |
|  Flying. They have no resistances save for Ice itself. The only other      |
|  thing, opponent-wise, to mention is Beartic's powerful Icicle Crush (Ice  |
|  move of Physical origin that has a 3-in-10 chance of flinching you).      |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your Fire-type starter/simian at Lv. 40+ will manage     |
|  this. If you lack one (if you chose Snivy), your next best choice would   |
|  be to use Darumaka/Darmanitan (Lv. 39+). If you cannot get one, then your |
|  Water-type starter/simian is a good choice as, despite not doing the most |
|  damage, they are resistant to Ice moves.                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After this battle, you are given the penultimate Unova badge, the Freeze Badge.
You'll also be given TM79, Freeze Breath, an Ice-type move that is always
critical.

Go west and down the stairs to the ice path. Then exit.


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++                                                                         ++
++     Section VIII- Legend Badge                             **BW48**     ++
++                                                                         ++
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                                 Icirrus Gym
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After receiving the Freeze Badge from Brycen, go to the west so you can exit.

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                                 Icirrus City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Palpitoad     |  Water/Ground        |  30 to 32     |  Puddles           |
|  Shelmet       |  Bug                 |  30 to 32     |  Puddles           |
|  Stunfisk      |  Electric/Ground     |  31 to 32     |  Puddles           |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Please note that the puddles can only be walked upon, and Pokémon within  |
|  them found, during the seasons of spring, summer, and autumn. During      |
|  winter, they are iced-over and function like the ice of the Cold Storage. |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Stunfisk      |  Electric/Ground     |  15 to 40     |  Surf              |
|  Seismitoad    |  Water/Ground        |  15 to 40     |  Surf (bubble)     |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found in this area.                    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Outside, you'll find Cheren and Bianca outside. Brycen soon comes and the
Shadow Triad follows, saying Ghetsis and N are waiting in Dragonspiral Tower.

After you regain control, you can go north to Dragonspiral Tower. Be sure to
heal first.

However... with Surf now on one of your Pokémon (it should be by NOW), we can
do some optional searching, which also results in catching two legendaries. If
you would wish to skip this, go far below to the Dragonspiral Tower section.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                    THE BIG OPTIONAL SECTION BEGINS HERE!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Firstly, get an empty slot in your party. Then Fly to Nuvema Town.

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                                 Nuvema Town
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Heal your Pokémon at your mother's if needed, then exit north onto Route 1.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Lillipup      |  Normal              |  2 to 4       |  Grass             |
|  Patrat        |  Normal              |  2 to 4       |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  2 to 4       |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Swoobat Lv. 35, Simisear Lv. 35                        |
|                     Frillish Lv. 34 (x2)                                   |
|                     Cinccino Lv. 35, Zebstrika Lv. 35                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go along the Route and you'll eventually find a set of stairs on the west side,
bordered by some water. Surf on it and go west and south until you find some
land.

Land and go west; you'll soon find a Max Ether (heals all of the PP of a move).
Then head east to find and battle a Pokémon Ranger, who will give you a Persim
Berry after winning (heals confusion). Go southwest and you'll find a
Fisherman, with another Pokémon Ranger to the south (win = Persim Berry).

That's it for this Route; go west to Route 17.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  28 to 31     |  Grass             |
|  Watchog       |  Normal              |  28 to 30     |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  5 to 15      |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Sawk          |  Fighting            |  33 to 35     |  Grass (shaking)(W)|
|  Throh         |  Fighting            |  33 to 35     |  Grass (shaking)(B)|
|  Frillish      |  Water/Ghost         |  5 to 15      |  Surf              |
|  Alomomola     |  Water               |  5 to 20      |  Surf (bubble)     |
|  Jellicent     |  Water/Ghost         |  5 to 20      |  Surf (bubble)     |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Basculin Lv. 34 (x2)                                   |
|                     Alomomola Lv. 35                                       |
|                     Basculin Lv. 32 (x4)                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go west onto and the Surf onto the sandbar. Battle the Fisherman, then grab
the nearby TM06 (Toxic). Then go southwest, around the rocks, to find a Swimmer
for battling. Go south from her to find some water currents. Get into the
middle one. When you stop, go southeast and battle the Swimmer, then go north
and east to find a DeepSeaTooth (boosts Clamperl's Special Attack; will make it
evolve into Huntail if held when traded).

Return to the three currents from earlier and take the bottom one onto
Route 18.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  28 to 31     |  Grass             |
|  Watchog       |  Normal              |  28 to 30     |  Grass             |
|  Dwebble       |  Bug/Rock            |  30 to 31     |  Grass             |
|  Sawk          |  Fighting            |  29 to 31     |  Grass (Black)     |
|  Throh         |  Fighting            |  29 to 31     |  Grass (White)     |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  5 to 15      |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Sawk          |  Fighting            |  33 to 35     |  Grass (shaking)(W)|
|  Throh         |  Fighting            |  33 to 35     |  Grass (shaking)(B)|
|  Crustle       |  Bug/Rock            |  34 to 35     |  Darker Grass      |
|  Frillish      |  Water/Ghost         |  5 to 15      |  Surf              |
|  Alomomola     |  Water               |  5 to 20      |  Surf (bubble)     |
|  Jellicent     |  Water/Ghost         |  5 to 20      |  Surf (bubble)     |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Boldore Lv. 34, Crustle Lv. 34                         |
|                     Emolga Lv. 35                                          |
|                     Whimsicott Lv. 35                                      |
|                     Basculin Lv. 35, Simisage Lv. 35, Darmanitan Lv. 35    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you arrive, land and go up the stairways and you'll soon be able to go
against a Hiker. After the battle, go northwest through the grass and you will
find a house. The Pokémon Ranger inside can give you a Pokémon Egg that will
hatch into Larvesta (Fire/Bug type; evolves at Lv. 59 to Volcorona). The
blue-haired girl inside will also heal your Pokémon.

Go back outside and continue along the path to find a Backpacker to battle.
Then go south and over the bridge. Use Strength to move the boulder and go into
the grass to pick up the Max Elixir (heals all 4 moves' PP completely). Go down
the stairs to the west. Use Strength to move the boulder and continue along the
path to find a Backpacker.

Pick up the Dragon Scale to the northwest (will evolve Seadra into Kingdra if
held while trading). Return to the beack and go up some stairs. Go west and
south to the thin grass ridge to find HM05 (Waterfall) at the end. It is a
decently-powerful Water-type move that, out of battle, you can use to climb
waterfalls.

Return north and climb up the nearby stairs. Battle the Veteran at the top and
then go east to another staircase. Descend and Surf eastward to some more
currents. Take the middle one to go to P2 Laboratory.

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                                P2 Laboratory
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  28 to 31     |  Grass             |
|  Watchog       |  Normal              |  28 to 30     |  Grass             |
|  Herdier       |  Normal              |  28 to 31     |  Grass             |
|  Klink         |  Steel               |  29 to 31     |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  5 to 15      |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Sawk          |  Fighting            |  33 to 35     |  Grass (shaking)(W)|
|  Throh         |  Fighting            |  33 to 35     |  Grass (shaking)(B)|
|  Frillish      |  Water/Ghost         |  5 to 15      |  Surf              |
|  Alomomola     |  Water               |  5 to 20      |  Surf (bubble)     |
|  Jellicent     |  Water/Ghost         |  5 to 20      |  Surf (bubble)     |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Garbodor Lv. 35                                        |
|                     Frillish Lv. 34, Simipour Lv. 34                       |
|                     Ducklett Lv. 34, Frillish Lv. 34                       |
|                     Scraggy Lv. 35, Gurdurr Lv. 35                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you land, go into the nearby building and grab the Dubious Disc. A
Porygon2 will evolve into Porygon-Z if it holds this while it's traded. Leave
the lab and go south to find a Scientist. Go to the southwest to find a TM24,
Thunderbolt, an Electric-type move of 95 Power that may paralyze.

Now, go back into the water and Surf between the north-going current and the
east-going current you'll soon come upon a Swimmer. After the battle, go south
from the little rock by the Swimmer and AVOID CONTACT WITH THE CURRENTS, then
go west to find another battle-able Swimmer.

Continue west, avoiding the currents, and you'll find a beach. Pick up the
Heart Scale on its southern end. Fight the Battle Girl on here and go up the
northern stairs, then west through the grass, to TM19, Telekinesis. It will
make the target immune to Ground moves, but all non-OHKO moves will have a 100%
chance of hitting throughout the next three turns.

Our next destination is Wellspring Cave. Fly to Striation City.

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                                Striation City
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Heal up your Pokémon if needed, then exit to the west onto Route 3.

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                                   Route 3
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Patrat        |  Normal              |  8            |  Grass             |
|  Purrloin      |  Dark                |  9            |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  8 to 11      |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Blitzle       |  Electric            |  8 to 11      |  Grass             |
|  Lillipup      |  Normal              |  9            |  Grass             |
|  Pidove        |  Normal/Flying       |  8 to 11      |  Grass             |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Lillipup Lv. 10, Munna Lv. 10                          |
|                     Pansage Lv. 10                                         |
|                     Pansear Lv. 10                                         |
|                     Panpour Lv. 10                                         |
|                     Purrloin Lv. 10 (x2)                                   |
|                     Patrat Lv. 9, Pidove Lv. 9, Lillipup Lv. 9             |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Continue westward until you reach the fork. Go west and then north and into
the cave.

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                               Wellspring Cave
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Roggenrola    |  Rock                |  10 to 13     |  Walk around       |
|  Woobat        |  Psychic/Flying      |  10 to 13     |  Walk around       |
|  Drilbur       |  Ground              |  10 to 13     |  Walk around(swirl)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Scraggy Lv. 34, Sawk Lv. 34, Throh Lv. 34              |
|                     Gurdurr Lv. 35, Sawk Lv. 35                            |
|                     Gurdurr Lv. 35, Throh Lv. 35                           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

<= 1F =>

Go west and Surf to the west side to find an Elixir. Follow the path to the
southeast and you'll find an Escape Rope. Go to the southeasternmost corner
and you'll find some stairs. Descend.

<= B1F =>

Now's a REALLY good a time to say you'll want to use Flash to light up the
cave. 

Anyhow, go northeast to the water and Surf across to find TM47 (Low Sweep) in
the southeastern corner. Return to the main path and go north to find a Black
Belt and two Battle Girls.

Defeat all three and go north, up the stairs. Go west to find a Dive Ball
(works better with Pokémon found via Surfing/Fishing), then go east to find a
Mystic Water. Continue northward to find some more water. Surf north on it to
find some more stairs. Ascend them to find TM52 (Focus Blast).

Use your Escape Rope to go back aboveground, then Fly to Driftveil City.

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                                Driftveil City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon to be found here at this time.              |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Krokorok Lv. 27, Zebstrika Lv. 27, Basculin Lv. 27     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Again, heal up if needed. Now, try to get as many Ultra Balls as you possibly
can -- we're going for the legendary this time! Also try to bring a Pokémon
that can put non-harmful statuses on the Pokémon (eg. Sleep, Paralysis). You
will also want to bring a Surfer and someone who can use Flash, as well as
someone who can use Strength.

Go west to Route 6.

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                                   Route 6
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Deerling      |  Grass/Normal        |  22 to 24     |  Grass             |
|  Foongus       |  Grass/Poison        |  20 to 23     |  Grass; item balls |
|  Swadloon      |  Grass/Bug           |  22 to 23     |  Grass             |
|  Karrablast    |  Bug                 |  22 to 24     |  Grass             |
|  Tranquill     |  Normal/Flying       |  23 to 25     |  Grass             |
|  Vanillite     |  Ice                 |  23 to 25     |  Grass             |
|  Unfezant      |  Normal/Flying       |  25           |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  25           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Leavanny      |  Bug/Grass           |  25           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  25           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Deerling Lv. 27                                        |
|                     Emolga Lv. 27, Deerling Lv. 27                         |
|                     Tympole Lv. 24 (x4)                                    |
|                     Deerling Lv. 27                                        |
|                     Deerling Lv. 27                                        |
|                     Vanillite Lv. 26, Frillish Lv. 26, Tympole Lv. 24 (x2) |
|                     Minccino Lv. 27, Emolga Lv. 27                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go along the grassy path and you'll eventually reach the Season Lab. Go past
it and to the house in the dark green grass. Go into the smaller path of grass
nearby and go to the end of it. Surf on the water and go east. You'll find
Mistralton Cave at the end.

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                               Mistralton Cave
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  28 to 31     |  Walking around    |
|  Axew          |  Dragon              |  30 to 31     |  Walking around    |
|  Woobat        |  Psychic/Flying      |  28 to 30     |  Walking around    |
|  Drilbur       |  Ground              |  28 to 31     |  Walk around(swirl)|
|  Cobalion      |  Steel/Fighting      |  42           |  Guidance Chamber  |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Drilbur Lv. 33, Gurdurr Lv. 33                         |
|                     Boldore Lv. 34                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

<= 1F =>

When you enter, use Flash and then go south. You'll find a Strength boulder.
Push it to the right twice, and then down trice. Go south and up the stairs,
then east to battle a Hiker. Defeat him and continue east. Push the Strength
boulder into the hole. Walk over it and north, going up the stairs to battle
another Hiker.

Go east now and you'll find a Max Repel. Go northwest of the Hiker (Clarke) to
find a Hyper Potion. Then go west of the Hiker and push the boulder into the
hole to create a shortcut to the cave entrance. Ascend the stairway southwest
of the Hiker to reach 2F.

<= 2F =>

Go down the stairs to the east, then go south to find a Strength boulder. Push
the boulder to the east and into the hole. Use the Dowsing MCHN and you should
find an Ultra Ball and Hyper Potion nearby. Go up the stairs to the north, then
go east to find some more stairs.

Go along the south path and you'll be able to grab a Hard Stone (Rock-type
moves of the holder are 20% more powerful); go north to find TM80 (Rock Slide).
Return to the big boulder and push it to the west and into the hole. Go west to
find another boulder, which is a shortcut to the floor's beginning.

Head upstairs to the third floor.

<= 3F / Guidance Chamber =>

Go west from the floor entrance to find a Revive. Then go east to find an old
man. Listen to his story of Cobalion, Virizion, and Terrakion.

After you regain control, go north of the old man by walking around the stairs
to find a Dusk Stone. Go southeast and use the Dowsing MCHN to find an Ultra
Ball. Go up the stairs near the old man and then go northwest, descending the
two staircases. You'll find a Rare Candy and a Carbos (use the Dowsing MCHN for
the latter). Push the Strength boulder into the hole in to your south, and then
do the same to the other boulder.

Walk up the stairs to the west. Follow the path around to a Pokémon. SAVE, and
then "speak" with the Pokémon to begin to battle!
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|  Special Encounter: #144/#638 Cobalion  \
|__________________________________________\_________________________________
|  Level: 42.                                                                |
|  Type : Steel/Fighting.                                                    |
|  Moves: - Helping Hand                                                     |
|         - Retaliate                                                        |
|         - Iron Head                                                        |
|         - Sacred Sword                                                     |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Cobalion is weak to Fire, Fighting, and Ground. It has a Poison immunity  |
|  to both the type and status.                                              |
|                                                                            |
|  Now, the best way to capture is to either weaken it to the point that you |
|  can no longer attack without risking a KO or to use False Swipe until it  |
|  hits 1 HP. From there, you'll want to Paralyze, put it to Sleep, or you   |
|  can Freeze. I recommend the first, since it will be made permanent. After |
|  you have done this, throw your Dusk Balls (because of the cave, they are  |
|  2x more likely to work than an Ultra Ball), and then your Ultra Balls if  |
|  you run out. You likely WILL -- this Pokémon is insanely hard to catch at |
|  1 HP and Paralyzed, for some reason. Your only hope is luck with          |
|  catching it.                                                              |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, you will be told that Virizion and Terrakion (Cobalion's
"brothers") are waiting for you.

Exit the cave however you want. Then Fly to Nacrene City.

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                                 Nacrene City
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Heal your Pokémon at the Pokémon Center. Then buy some more Ultra Balls.

If you have a Cover/Plume Fossil from earlier when you went to the Desert
Resort's Relic Castle, take them over to the Museum. Speak with the guy at the
counter and give it to him. Leave and re-enter to get a Lv. 20 Tirtouga or
Archen, if you have a free party slot.

Then exit to the northwest.

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                          [Outside] Pinwheel Forest
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Pidove        |  Normal/Flying       |  12 to 15     |  Grass             |
|  Timburr       |  Fighting            |  13 to 17     |  Grass             |
|  Tympole       |  Water               |  12 to 17     |  Grass             |
|  Throh (White) |  Fighting            |  12 to 17     |  Grass             |
|  Sawk (Black)  |  Fighting            |  12 to 17     |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  12 to 17     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Throh (Black) |  Fighting            |  12 to 17     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Sawk (White)  |  Fighting            |  12 to 17     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Virizion      |  Grass/Fighting      |  42           |  Rumination Field  |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Munna Lv. 15                                           |
|                     Cottonee Lv. 13, Petilil Lv. 13                        |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 14                                      |
|                     Tympole Lv. 13 (x3)                                    |
|                     Venipede Lv. 14, Lillipup Lv. 14                       |
|                     Timburr Lv. 16                                         |
|                     Timburr Lv. 16                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Continue on west into Pinwheel Forest.

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                           [Inside] Pinwheel Forest
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Cottonee      |  Grass               |  14           |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Petilil       |  Grass               |  14 to 17     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Pidove        |  Normal/Flying       |  15 to 16     |  Grass             |
|  Sewaddle      |  Bug/Grass           |  14 to 17     |  Grass             |
|  Venipede      |  Bug/Poison          |  15 to 16     |  Grass             |
|  Virizion      |  Grass/Fighting      |  42           |  Rumination Field  |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Sewaddle Lv. 16 (x2)                                   |
|                     Herdier Lv. 18                                         |
|                     Venipede Lv. 16, Timburr Lv. 16                        |
|                     Pansage Lv. 18                                         |
|                     Panpour Lv. 18                                         |
|                     Pansear Lv. 18                                         |
|                     Pidove Lv. 16, Purrloin Lv. 16                         |
|                     Woobat Lv. 15 (x3)                                     |
|                     Munna Lv. 17                                           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

On the main road, travel north of the two bridges. As you go further north from
them, you'll find an opening in the fence on the right. Go into the gap and
into the grass nearby (it was blocked earlier by an old man). Walk east to find
two staircases. Go down and along the northern set's path to find a Hyper
Potion. Continue northward to find the entrance into Rumination Field.

In the Rumination Field, you'll find a Pokémon there. This is Virizion, one of
"brothers", so to speak, of Cobalion. SAVE, and "speak" with the Virizion to
battle.
 _________________________________________
|  Special Encounter: #146/#640 Virizion  \
|__________________________________________\_________________________________
|  Level: 42.                                                                |
|  Type : Grass/Fighting.                                                    |
|  Moves: - Helping Hand                                                     |
|         - Retaliate                                                        |
|         - Giga Drain                                                       |
|         - Sacred Sword                                                     |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Virizion is weak to Flying (4x), Fire, Ice, Bug (?), Poison (?), and      |
|  Psychic.                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Now, the best way to capture is to either weaken it to the point that you |
|  can no longer attack without risking a KO or to use False Swipe until it  |
|  hits 1 HP. From there, you'll want to Paralyze, put it to Sleep, or you   |
|  can Freeze. I recommend the first, since it will be made permanent. After |
|  you have done this, throw your Ultra Balls. This Pokémon is insanely hard |
|  to catch at 1 HP and Paralyzed, for some reason. Your only hope is luck   |
|  with catching it.                                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, exit the Field.

We're not done yet. Return to the dual-staircases and take the southern set.
Follow the path to the southeast to find TM22 (SolarBeam). This Grass-type move
is very powerful; however, it takes one turn to charge up, unless the weather
is Sunny.

Head back go west across the water. Surf under the bridges to the west and you
will eventually hit land. At the top of the nearby stairs, you'll find a
SilverPowder (the holder's Bug-type moves are 20% more powerful).

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 THIS ENDS THE BIG OPTIONAL SECTION. NOW, YOU NEED TO FLY BACK TO ICIRRUS CITY 
 AND RESTORE YOUR POKEMON AT THE POKEMON CENTER THERE. THEN HEAD NORTH TO THE  
                              DRAGONSPIRAL TOWER.                              
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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                             Dragonspiral Tower
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|                         Outside Wild Pokémon List                          |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Tranquill     |  Normal/Flying       |  31 to 32     |  Grass             |
|  Vanillite     |  Ice                 |  31 to 32     |  Grass             |
|  Deerling      |  Normal/Grass        |  31 to 32     |  Grass             |
|  Mienfoo       |  Fighting            |  30 to 33     |  Grass             |
|  Druddigon     |  Dragon              |  31 to 33     |  Grass             |
|  Cubchoo       |  Ice                 |  33           |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  30 to 33     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  31           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Unfezant      |  Normal/Flying       |  33           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Mienfoo       |  Fighting            |  34 to 36     |  Dark Grass        |
|  Sawsbuck      |  Normal/Grass        |  34 to 36     |  Dark Grass        |
|  Tranquill     |  Normal/Flying       |  35 to 36     |  Dark Grass        |
|  Bearctic      |  Ice                 |  33           |  Dark Grass(winter)|
|  Vanillish     |  Ice                 |  34 to 36     |  Dark Grass(winter)|
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  15 to 40     |  Surf              |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                          Inside Wild Pokémon List                          |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Mienfoo       |  Fighting            |  33           |  Walk around (1-2F)|
|  Druddigon     |  Dragon              |  30 to 33     |  Walk around (1F)  |
|  Golett        |  Ground/Ghost        |  30 to 33     |  Walk around (1F)  |
|============================================================================|
|  (Outside) Trainers' Pokémon: Vanillish Lv. 36, Galvantula Lv. 36          |
|                               Cubchoo, Darmanitan, Leavanny; each Lv. 35   |
|                                                                            |
|  (Inside) Team Plasma Grunts' Pokémon:                                     |
|  (4F) Watchog Lv. 34                                                       |
|       Liepard Lv. 34                                                       |
|       Scraggy Lv. 34                                                       |
|       Liepard Lv. 33 (x2)                                                  |
|       Watchog Lv. 32, Krokorok Lv. 32, Scraggy Lv. 32                      |
|  (6F) Watchog Lv. 33, Krokorok Lv. 32                                      |
|       Krokorok Lv. 34                                                      |
|       Trubbish Lv. 33, Liepard Lv. 33                                      |
|       Watchog Lv. 34                                                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

<= Outside =>

As you go north to the Dragonspiral Tower, you'll find Bianca. She and Cedric
will stop you, saying Team Plasma broke through the wall. You are then given
the Old Gateau, an item originally from D/P/Pt that functions like a Full Heal.
Go north through the passageway.

As you go, Surf east and you'll find an Ace Trainer on the land, with TM63
(Embargo) to the northeast. Pick it up after defeating the Trainer, then go
north to battle another Ace Trainer.

Return to the Tower and go in.

<= 1F =>

Follow the path north and east to go up to 2F.

<= 2F =>

Take a few steps forward and Cheren will tell you that you can walk on the
fallen columns. Walk on the west side of the one in front of you and you can
find a Strength boulder. Push it. East of the boulder, under a column, you'll
be able to grab a Hyper Potion.

Using Strength or the columns, get to the western doorway and pick up the
Stardust south of the stairs. Then go to 3F.

<= 3F =>

Go up the stairs. You'll find some of those one-way ledges like those in the
Bell Tower of HG/SS. Hop over the first one. Take the bottommost one and go
left two, up on the next one, then up twice, right once, up once, right once,
and grab the Shiny Stone.

Repeat this, and then go to the stairs path, which ought to be obvious by
now. To 4F!

<= 4F =>

On this floor, you'll find Cheren and Brycen holding off some of the Grunts.
Not all, though. Battle the two individual ones to the south, then go up the
western stairs and battle another Grunt. Ascend the next staircase and go
north for another battle, then ascend the northern stairs and go east to find
another Grunt to battle.

Go down the eastern stairs to find a Dragon Fang (the holder's Dragon moves are
20% more powerful). Go upstairs to 5F.

<= 5F =>

Walk right and cross the first platform. Go left to another; cross it. There
will be a Star Piece before the ledge. Go over the ledge and right to a wall.
Cross the two platforms here and go left to find a Stardust. Go up over the two
platforms, walk left, and then up to the central walkway.

Go right and over the ledge. Go down and over the platform, then left and use
another platform. Go right to find a Revive, then go back left and use the next
down walkway. Use the nearby stairs to find 6F.

<= 6F =>

Follow the path north and you'll find a Max Elixir. Go west and you'll find
Giallo, one of the Team Plasma Seven Sages. He shall command the four Grunts
nearby to battle you one by one. (It is six Pokémon total, each Lv. 32 - 34.)

After the battle, go south and up the staircase.

<= 7F =>

Walk along the platform and you'll find N standing before a white being
(Reshiram, in White) or a black being (Zekrom, in Black). This is the legendary
Dragon-type Pokémon N spoke of back in Mistralton. He says that you are
destined to meet the other Dragon, and then he and Reshiram/Zekrom will Fly 
away.

Cheren and Brycen will appear and take you outside of the Tower with Bianca
and Cedric. Alder will show up, telling you to head to Relic Castle.

Begin by Flying to Nimbasa City.

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                                 Nimbasa City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                           |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Ducklett Lv. 25                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 24, Timburr Lv. 24                        |
|                     Pansage Lv. 23, Panpour Lv. 23, Pansear Lv. 23         |
|                     Whirlipede Lv. 25                                      |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 25                                         |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  The first three trainers appear in the Big Stadium and the last two are   |
|  in the Small Court. They all won't necessarily be there at the same time, |
|  so be warned.                                                             |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Restore your Pokémon's HP/PP/status here. Exit to the south onto Route 4.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Darumaka      |  Fire                |  15 to 18     |  Dark sand         |
|  Sandile       |  Ground/Dark         |  15 to 18     |  Dark sand         |
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  16 to 17     |  Dark sand         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Basculin Lv. 18 (x2)                                   |
|                     Basculin Lv. 16 (x4)                                   |
|                     Tympole Lv. 18 (x2)                                    |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 17 (x2), Timburr Lv. 17                 |
|                     Timburr Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 19                                        |
|                     Cottonee Lv. 19                                        |
|                     Petilil Lv. 18                                         |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Pidove Lv. 19                                          |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 18, Timburr Lv. 18                      |
|                     Timburr Lv. 19                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go south and past the highway. Go west when possible, then go north and west.
You'll find a gatehouse; go north through it.

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                                Desert Resort
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Darumaka      |  Fire                |  19 to 20     |  Dark sand         |
|  Sandile       |  Ground/Dark         |  19 to 22     |  Dark sand         |
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  20           |  Dark sand         |
|  Maractus      |  Grass               |  20           |  Dark sand         |
|  Dwebble       |  Bug/Rock            |  20 to 22     |  Dark sand         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Solosis Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Tranquill Lv. 23                                       |
|                     Watchog Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Gothita Lv. 24                                         |
|                     Maractus Lv. 23                                        |
|                     Yamask Lv. 22, Munna Lv. 22                            |
|                     Ducklett Lv. 24                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 23, Blitzle Lv. 23                        |
|                     Solosis Lv. 23, Woobat Lv. 23                          |
|                     Dwebble Lv. 23                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go to the north-central portion of the area, near the weird statues. If you
got a RageCandyBar in Icirrus, use it on a statue to possible catch a
Darmanitan. Then enter the Castle.

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                                 Relic Castle
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Yamask        |  Ghost               |  19 to 22     |  Walk around(1F-B2)|
|  Sandile       |  Ground/Dark         |  19 to 21     |  Walk around(1F-B2)|
|  Cofragrigus   |  Ghost               |  34 to 37     |  Walk around(B3-B6)|
|  Krokorok      |  Ground/Dark         |  34 to 37     |  Walk around(B3-B6)|
|============================================================================|
|  (1F) Trainers' Pokémon: Sigilyph Lv. 24                                   |
|                          Woobat Lv. 23, Munna Lv. 23                       |
|                                                                            |
|  Team Plasma Grunts' Pokémon:                                              |
|  (B1F) Watchog Lv. 34, Krokorok Lv. 34 (x2)                                |
|  (B2F) Scraggy Lv. 35, Watchog Lv. 35                                      |
|        Garbodor Lv. 36                                                     |
|  (B3F) Krokorok Lv. 36                                                     |
|        Liepard Lv. 34, Trubbish Lv. 34 (x2)                                |
|  (B4F) Watchog Lv. 35, Scraggy Lv. 35                                      |
|        Trubbish Lv. 35, Liepard Lv. 35                                     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

As you try to enter, Cheren will come and tell you that Alder already is
inside. Go in yourself.

<= 1F =>

Go around to the northwestern corner of the room. Speak with the nearby
Backpacker to get a Fossil if you didn't already, then go down the stairs
to the south.

<= B1F =>

Ryoku (another Team Plasma Sage) will be at the bottom of the stairs. He will
tell you that Ghetsis will want to test your strength again. Walk further
along and battle and defeat the Grunt. Then go into the quicksand pit's
center and down.

<= B2F =>

After you fall, go south to find a Max Potion. Then go northwest to battle a
Grunt. WALK over the quicksand to the west (and not over the center) and go
past it to the south, and you'll find another Grunt to battle.

WALK past the quicksand to find TM30 (Shadow Ball), a decent Ghost-type move
that may lower Special Defense (of the target). Now, fall through the
quicksand.

<= B3F =>

Go west to battle a Grunt. Then go southwest of him to find a Max Revive. Go
further west to battle another Grunt, then grab the PP Up to her west. Go
down the nearby quicksand pit.

<= B4F =>

Hop down this ledge and you'll be able to grab the Sun Stone to the east. You
will need to backtrack back here.

When you return, go west and battle each of the two Grunts, then go into the
nearby quicksand pit after they lose.

<= B5F =>

When you land, you find Cheren will land behind you. You'll be called over to
Alder and Ghetsis will restate the intention of Team Plasma. He then leaves
and three of you exit.

When you do, you get a Xtransceiver call from Professor Juniper. She tells you
that you must immediately go to the Nacrene Museum. Sounds like something is
up.

Fly to Nacrene City.

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                                 Nacrene City
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When you arrive, heal your Pokémon at the Pokémon Center and head over to the
Museum/Gym.

There, you'll find Alder, Bianca, Cedric, and Professor Juniper out in front.
Lenora soon leaves the Museum and reveals the purpose of Team Plasma's earlier
attempted-theft of the Dragon Skull -- they were looking for the Light Stone,
which can be used to resurrect one of the legendary Unova Dragons. You'll be
given the Light Stone and told by Alder to go to Opelucid City due to the
fact the Drayden/Iris (depending on the version, of them is a Gym Leader;
Drayden for Black, Iris for White) may have some more info.

Fly to Icirrus City.

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                                 Icirrus City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Palpitoad     |  Water/Ground        |  30 to 32     |  Puddles           |
|  Shelmet       |  Bug                 |  30 to 32     |  Puddles           |
|  Stunfisk      |  Electric/Ground     |  31 to 32     |  Puddles           |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Please note that the puddles can only be walked upon, and Pokémon within  |
|  them found, during the seasons of spring, summer, and autumn. During      |
|  winter, they are iced-over and function like the ice of the Cold Storage. |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Stunfisk      |  Electric/Ground     |  15 to 40     |  Surf              |
|  Seismitoad    |  Water/Ground        |  15 to 40     |  Surf (bubble)     |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found in this area.                    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Heal your Pokémon at the Pokémon Center if you haven't done so yet, then go
to the southeast and then north past the puddles onto Route 8.

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                                   Route 8
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Palpitoad     |  Water/Ground        |  30 to 33     |  Puddles           |
|  Shelmet       |  Bug                 |  30 to 33     |  Puddles           |
|  Stunfisk      |  Electric/Ground     |  31 to 32     |  Puddles           |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Please note that the puddles can only be walked upon, and Pokémon within  |
|  them found, during the seasons of spring, summer, and autumn. During      |
|  winter, they are iced-over and function like the ice of the Cold Storage. |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Stunfisk      |  Electric/Ground     |  15 to 40     |  Surf              |
|  Seismitoad    |  Water/Ground        |  15 to 40     |  Surf (bubble)     |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Cubchoo Lv. 34, Maractus Lv. 34, Palpitoad Lv. 34      |
|                     Frillish Lv. 34, Ducklett Lv. 34                       |
|                     Cinccino Lv. 36                                        |
|                     Basculin Lv. 34 (x2)                                   |
|                     Alomomola Lv. 35                                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Route 8 is affected by winter. During those months, instead of being able to
simply walk over the ice, you'll slide, like in the Cold Storage. Just FYI.

Go northeast of the route entrance and you'll be able to battle a Pokémon
Ranger. He will give you a Pecha Berry for winning. Go north of him and you can
grab the Poison Barb (the holder's Poison-type moves do 20% more damage). Go
northeast of the Ranger to find TM36, Sludge Bomb, a decent Poison-type move
with a 30% chance of poisoning the target.

Go across the lake and to the southeast and battle the Parasol Lady. Go to the
east and pick up the Full Heal, then northeast to battle a Pokémon Ranger, who
also gives you a Pecha Berry upon winning. To the northwest of the Ranger, you
will find an Ultra Ball.

Go through the entrance in the trees to find the Moor of Icirrus.

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                               Moor of Icirrus
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Palpitoad     |  Water/Ground        |  30 to 32     |  Puddles           |
|  Shelmet       |  Bug                 |  30 to 32     |  Puddles           |
|  Stunfisk      |  Electric/Ground     |  31 to 32     |  Puddles           |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Please note that the puddles can only be walked upon, and Pokémon within  |
|  them found, during the seasons of spring, summer, and autumn. During      |
|  winter, they are iced-over and function like the ice of the Cold Storage. |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Stunfisk      |  Electric/Ground     |  15 to 40     |  Surf              |
|  Seismitoad    |  Water/Ground        |  15 to 40     |  Surf (bubble)     |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Basculin Lv. 34 (x2)                                   |
|                     Emolga Lv. 34, Maractus Lv. 34, Alomomola Lv. 34       |
|                     Vanillish Lv. 35, Fraxure Lv. 35                       |
|   (Winter excluded) Frillish Lv. 34 (x2)                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

As with Route 8 and Icirrus City, the water puddles are frozen over during the
winter months and you will slide on them like the ice in the Cold Storage.
Anyhow, go east when you enter and battle the Fisherman. Go north of him and
between the trees to find a Max Revive, which is, unfortunately, inaccessible
during winter.

Anyhow, go northeast of the Fisherman to find a Pokémon Ranger. Defeat her to
get a Sitrus Berry.

Return to the entrance and, this time, head north. You'll soon find a stump and
a nearby fallen tree. Go north to find, by the lake, a Max Potion. Go east of
it to find a Pokémon Ranger for battling, who also yields a Sitrus Berry upon
defeat.

Go northeast of the Ranger to find a Max Elixir. Return south to find a
Strength boulder to the northwest of the Moor entrance. Move it and grab the
Ultra Ball to the west of the boulder. Go to the south side of the lake and you
can find a Carbos, to the east of which you can battle a Parasol Lady (except
during winter).

That'll be it; return to the entrance and back onto Route 8.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Palpitoad     |  Water/Ground        |  30 to 33     |  Puddles           |
|  Shelmet       |  Bug                 |  30 to 33     |  Puddles           |
|  Stunfisk      |  Electric/Ground     |  31 to 32     |  Puddles           |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Please note that the puddles can only be walked upon, and Pokémon within  |
|  them found, during the seasons of spring, summer, and autumn. During      |
|  winter, they are iced-over and function like the ice of the Cold Storage. |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Stunfisk      |  Electric/Ground     |  15 to 40     |  Surf              |
|  Seismitoad    |  Water/Ground        |  15 to 40     |  Surf (bubble)     |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Cubchoo Lv. 34, Maractus Lv. 34, Palpitoad Lv. 34      |
|                     Frillish Lv. 34, Ducklett Lv. 34                       |
|                     Cinccino Lv. 36                                        |
|                     Basculin Lv. 34 (x2)                                   |
|                     Alomomola Lv. 35                                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

From the Moor entrance, go southwest and around the trees to find a path to go
eastward on. Take it and speak with the Parasol Lady nearby to earn TM42,
Facade, a move that doubles in power if the user is Burned, Poisoned, or
Paralyzed.

Go northeast to battle the two-Basculin Fisherman, and further northeast and
near the trees to find a Parasol Lady.

Then go behind the sign nearby to find a Parasol Lady that will give you a rock
once per day:

O-----------O---------------O------------------------------------------------O
|  Time     |  Rock         |  Effect when held by Pokémon                   |
O-----------O---------------O------------------------------------------------O
|  Morning  |  Damp Rock    |  Move-caused Rain lasts 5-8 extra turns.       |
|  Day      |  Heat Rock    |  Move-caused Sunniness lasts 5-8 extra turns.  |
|  Dusk     |  Smooth Rock  |  Move-caused Sandstorm lasts 5-8 extra turns.  |
|  Night    |  Icy Rock     |  Move-caused Hail lasts 5-8 extra turns.       |
O-----------O---------------O------------------------------------------------O

Continue east to the Tubeline Bridge. As you try to enter, you'll battle
Bianca.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer Bianca  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Stoutland (Lv. 38) Normal                                        |
|           Musharna (Lv. 38) Psychic                                        |
|           Simisear [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 38) Water       <--,          |
|           Simipour [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 38) Grass       <--+- Only 1. |
|           Simisage [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 38) Fire     <--'          |
|           Samurott [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 40) Water          <-,        |
|           Serperior [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 40) Grass         <-+-Only 1.|
|           Emboar [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 40) Fire/Fighting <-'        |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Stoutland is weak to Fighting and immune to Ghost.                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Musharna is weak to Bug, Dark, and Ghost.                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Simisear is weak to Rock, Water, and Ground.                              |
|                                                                            |
|  Simipour is weak to Grass and Electric.                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Simisage is weak to Flying, Ice, Fire, Poison, and Bug.                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Samurott is weak to Grass and Electric.                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Serperior is weak to Flying, Fire, Ice, Bug, and Poison.                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Emboar is weak to Flying, Psychic, Water, Rock, and Ground.               |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your simian Pokémon at Lv. 39+ for Bianca's own simian.  |
|  Your starter will take out her starter, if yours is Lv. 42+. You can use  |
|  whatever for the Musharna and Herdier; if you have an Emboar, though, be  |
|  careful about using it against Musharna; use your Pan/Simisage instead.   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After this battle, you'll receive a Full Restore, which fully heals the
Pokémon's HP and cures it of any negative status. Walk east onto the Tubeline
Bridge.

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On this bridge, you'll find no Pokémon or items, save one. Speak with the
Battle Girl walking around on the bridge. You'll be given TM43, Flame Charge.
This Fire-type move deals damage and raises the user's speed.

Keep walking forward and you'll see Ghetsis in the distance. Go further and you
will be pushed to him by the Shadow Triad. Ghetsis will make a long speech
about how you and N should battle to determine the true hero. *yawn*

Go forward onto Route 9.

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                                   Route 9
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Garbodor      |  Poison              |  31 to 33     |  Grass             |
|  Liepard       |  Dark                |  33           |  Grass             |
|  Minccino      |  Normal              |  32           |  Grass             |
|  Pawniard      |  Dark/Steel          |  31 to 34     |  Grass             |
|  Gothorita     |  Psychic             |  31 to 34     |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Duosion       |  Psychic             |  31 to 34     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  31 to 34     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  32           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Cinccino      |  Normal              |  34           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Gothitelle    |  Psychic             |  34           |  Grass (shaking)(B)|
|  Reuniclus     |  Psychic             |  34           |  Grass (shaking)(W)|
|============================================================================|
|  On-Route Trainers' Pokémon:                                               |
|  Krokorok Lv. 36, Scraggy Lv. 36                                           |
|  Krokorok Lv. 36, Garbodor Lv. 36                                          |
|  Scraggy Lv. 37 (x2)                                                       |
|  Pawniard Lv. 37                                                           |
|  Scraggy Lv. 37                                                            |
|         								     |
|  Shopping Mall Trainers' Pokémon:                                          |
|   (First floor) Minccino Lv. 36, Lilligant Lv. 36                          |
|  (Second floor) Liepard Lv. 36                                             |
|   (Third floor) Minccino Lv. 36, Lampent Lv. 36                            |
|                 Minccino Lv. 36                                            |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

As you enter Route 9, a baseball player will notice you and throw TM59, Fling,
at you. This item will throw the user's item at the opponent to deal damage;
however, the item is then lost after using it.

Continue east to battle a Biker, then go into the northeastern grass to battle
a Roughneck. Go east of the Route 9 sign to find and double battle a Biker and
Roughneck.

Then continue northward into the Shopping Mall Nine. Unlike the Dept. Stores
of the previous games, this is a shopping mall on a Route. It will sell the
various medical items on 1F; the mail and TMs on 2F; and stat-raising items
(both for battle-only and the vitamins) on 3F. You can also battle four
trainers here - one on 1F, one of 2F, and two on 3F. You can also get a
Thunderstone from the 3F Worker. Go to the basement and east of the nearby
Janitor to find a PP Up.

Finish you business and go southeast of the mall to battle the Biker, then go
to the vending machines to battle a Roughneck.

Then go south and past the fence. Follow this path and you'll find a HP Up,
and then a Full Restore to the southeast. There will be a cave nearby,
Challenger's Cave. This cave cannot be entered until you complete the game.
Therefore, go back to the main path and walk east into Opelucid City.

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                                Opelucid City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found in this location.                               |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Simisage Lv. 39, Simisear Lv. 39, Simipour Lv. 39      |
|                     Mienfoo Lv. 39, Elgyem Lv. 39, Pawniard Lv. 39         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

As you enter the City, you'll find Alder. He'll take you to a speech Ghetsis
and Team Plasma are making, pretty much the same stuff as usual.

After this, Alder takes you to Drayden and Iris and informs them that N plans
to have you and him (N) to battle Reshiram and Zekrom. He then leaves to the
Pokémon League, as that is N's next destination. Drayden will agree to tell
you the story of Reshiram and Zekrom in his house; follow Iris there. There,
they tell you the story of these two legendary Pokémon. Then Drayden (in Black)
or Iris (in White) will go and wait for your Gym Challenge. (Yeah, this is
quite literally a first in the series.)

Go to the second floor of Drayden's house. Speak with the Linebacker to get the
Float Stone (holder's weight is halved, which can decrease the damage from
weight-based moves like Grass Knot), then the girl on the other side of the
table to get the Ring Target, which nullifies the holder's immunities. For
example, if Litwick holds it, it can be hit with Normal and Fighting moves, or
Pawniard can be hit with Poison and Psychic moves. Typically, this seems only
useful for selling. However, convsider that the move Trick can switch the held
items of the user and target. (I wonder if this works against Pokémon, like
Shedinja, that have Wonder Guard...?)

*coughs*  Anyhow, go outside and southeast to the Pokémon Center. Heal up and
do whatever other business you have. Go to the leftmost street and into the
house there. Speak with the old man on the lower floor to get a prop for the
Musical Theater daily.

Leave that house and go into the house due north of the Pokémon Center. On the
first floor, you can be told by the girl whether your Pokémon has all 512 EV
points (EVs help to determine stat growth; however, a Pokémon can only have
512 overall in all six stats). Go upstairs next. If you speak with the guy
there and show him a Pokémon that knows Charge from the opposite version (you
have to show him a White Pokémon in Black, and vice versa), you will get a
Cell Battery (one-time Attack boost if hit by an Electric move).

Leave and go into the house to the west of the Rotation Battle House. Speak
with the person on first floor to find a Destiny Knot (if the holder is hit
with Attract, the user also is).

That'll be it. Make sure you have a healed party and go into the
northwesternmost building to find the Gym.

Leave and go north into the Rotation Battle House. Here, you can have Rotation
Battles. The guy near the door will explain them if need be. You can battle the
two trainers (one on the lower floor; one on the upper floor) once daily.

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                                 Opelucid Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found in this location.                               |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Fraxure Lv. 41                                         |
|                     Deino Lv. 41                                           |
|                     Fraxure Lv. 40 (x2)                                    |
|                     Fraxure Lv. 41                                         |
|                     Druddigon Lv. 42                                       |
|                     Deino Lv. 39, Fraxure Lv. 39, Druddigon Lv. 39         |
|                     Deino Lv. 40, Druddigon Lv. 40                         |
|                     Fraxure Lv. 40, Fraxure Lv. 41                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

The Opelucid City Gym trains Pokémon that are primarily of the Dragon type.
These Pokémon are weak only to Dragon- and Ice-type moves. They, if just
Dragon, have a single type-based advantage: against Dragons. The only Pokémon
that can resist a Dragon attack is the Steel-type; thusly, don't expect to take
1/4 damage. It will be great to have some kind of Ice or Dragon type here.

Anyhow, go forward and speak with the white-haired guy to earn your last free
Fresh Water. Then go north and battle the Ace Trainer. Go south and east along
the path until you find a dragon's tail path. Go on up through it and you will
soon find a walkway to the east with an arrow facing that way. Go along it to
find and battle an Ace Trainer.

Defeat her and hop down the western edge and you'll change the walkway a bit -
the head now curves to the west. Go up to the dragon's head and into another
path. Defeat the Ace Trainer along this path and hop down the eastern ledge.
The dragon's head is now straight ahead and high.

Go up the head and along the near path, defeating the Ace Trainer as you go.
Continue along the path and you will soon find a second dragon. Hop down onto
the right-arm switch. Go to the center of the dragon and go down the ledge,
onto its back. Continue along the path to find a Veteran.

Defeat him and go west and along the path. You will find a ledge to the left
switch. Hop down to make the dragon's head lower. Go along to the head and
go down the stairs to find and battle an Ace Trainer. Afterwards, go south and
west. Hop over the ledge and onto the back. Follow the path along the back and
around to the same switch; the dragon's head will now curve to the west.

Go along the path to the head and you'll find another Ace Trainer. Then go
east onto the switch to have the head curve to the east. Go south to the head
and east to the tail, behind Veteran Hugo. Go along the tail and along the east
path to another Veteran.

Then go north and over the ledge, then west to to the ledge near the right arm.
Hop onto the heightened and straightened head and you'll find Drayden or Iris -
it won't matter, they use the same Pokémon. Speak with him/her to begin.
 _________________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Drayden/Iris  \
|__________________________________\_________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Fraxure (Lv. 41) Dragon                                          |
|           Druddigon (Lv. 41) Dragon                                        |
|           Haxorus (Lv. 43) Dragon                                          |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Each of these Pokémon are weak to only Dragon and Ice moves. They each    |
|  have at least one Dragon-type move, so a Dragon-type Pokémon is a no-go.  |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Beartic, Cryogonal, or Vanilluxe at Lv. 45+ is a great   |
|  idea. Of course, it is possible you don't have that. Cobalion would be my |
|  alternate (it resists Dragon, due to its Steel/Fighting typing). Then     |
|  again, I could just use my Serperior and Simipour (each Lv. 49+ at the    |
|  time) to finish this. Just be fast about it!                              |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

And finally, you have obtained the eighth and last badge of the Unova region,
the Legend Badge. From here on out, all Pokémon, regardless of trading, will
obey you without question. You will also be given TM82, Dragon Tail, a Dragon
move that deals damage and switches out the target (or, in the wild, the battle
will end).

Use the nearby teleporter to return to the entrance and exit.


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++     Section IX- Pokémon League                             **BW49**     ++
++                                                                         ++
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                                 Opelucid Gym
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After you have received your eighth and final Gym Badge, go into the teleporter
nearby and leave the Gym.

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                                Opelucid City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found in this location.                               |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Simisage Lv. 39, Simisear Lv. 39, Simipour Lv. 39      |
|                     Mienfoo Lv. 39, Elgyem Lv. 39, Pawniard Lv. 39         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you arrive outside, you'll find Professor Juniper waiting for you. She
will show you to Route 10, then will hand you the Master Ball. This ball is the
ultimate ball -- it has a 100% chance of catching the Pokémon. Typically, you
cannot earn or buy any others in the game, save one for this game only.

But I digress.

Return to the Pokémon Center and heal your party. Then go north onto Route 10.

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                                   Route 10
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Bouffalant    |  Normal              |  34 to 40     |  Grass             |
|  Foongus       |  Grass/Poison        |  34 to 40     |  Grass; item balls |
|  Amoonguss     |  Grass/Poison        |  34 to 40     |  Grass; item balls |
|  Herdier       |  Normal              |  33 to 39     |  Grass             |
|  Vullaby       |  Dark/Flying         |  34 to 41     |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Rufflet       |  Normal/Flying       |  34 to 41     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Sawk          |  Fighting            |  33 to 41     |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Throh         |  Fighting            |  33 to 41     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  33 to 36     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  34           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Stoutland     |  Normal              |  36           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Throh         |  Fighting            |  36           |  Grass (shaking)(B)|
|  Sawk          |  Fighting            |  36           |  Grass (shaking)(W)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Scrafty Lv. 39, Mienfoo Lv. 39                         |
|                     Fraxure Lv. 39, Eelektrik Lv. 39, Accelgor Lv. 39      |
|                     Maractus Lv. 39, Alomomola Lv. 39, Cryogonal Lv. 39    |
|                     Sawk Lv. 40                                            |
|                     Gurdurr Lv. 38, Boldore Lv. 38                         |
|                     Sawsbuck Lv. 40, Jellicent Lv. 40                      |
|                     Beartic Lv. 39, Seismitoad Lv. 39, Escavalier Lv. 40   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

In the gatehouse, you will be notified of a big storm on Route 7. If you go
there, and to the house east of the Celestial Tower, you will be pulled inside
and learn of the legendary Pokémon Tornadus and Thundurus. Go outside and east
to find yours (Tornadus in Black; Thundurus in White). It will now roam the
Unova region and is very hard to catch. (On a trivial note, Tornadus is, thus
far, the only non-glitch Pokémon in existence to be solely of the Flying type.)

Anyhow, back onto Route 10. Near the start is a battle-able Battle Girl. In
the nearby grass, you'll find three item balls. The easternmost one is Full
Heal; the others contain Foongus.

Anyhow, go up the two staircases to the east and battle the Ace Trainer, then
go further east to battle a Veteran. Further east, Cheren will stop you for a
battle.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer Cheren  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Unfezant (Lv. 43) Normal/Flying                                  |
|           Liepard (Lv. 43) Dark                                            |
|           Simisear [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 43) Water     <--,            |
|           Simipour [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 43) Grass  <--+- Only 1.   |
|           Simisage [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 43) Fire      <--'            |
|           Samurott [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 45) Water       <--,          |
|           Serperior [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 45) Grass   <--+- Only 1. |
|           Emboar [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 45) Fire/Fighting <--'          |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Unfezant is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to Ghost and    |
|  Ground.                                                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Liepard is weak to Bug and Fighting. It's immune to Psychic.              |
|                                                                            |
|  Simisear is weak to Rock, Water, and Ground.                              |
|                                                                            |
|  Simipour is weak to Grass and Electric.                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Simisage is weak to Flying, Ice, Fire, Poison, and Bug.                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Samurott is weak to Grass and Electric.                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Serperior is weak to Flying, Fire, Ice, Bug, and Poison.                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Emboar is weak to Flying, Psychic, Water, Rock, and Ground.               |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your starter at Lv. 48+ may be okay against Cheren's     |
|  simian, since they're both the same type, generally. As for Cheren's      |
|  starter, your simian Pokémon should have that covered at Lv. 48+. As for  |
|  the other two, either one of them should be able to handle it.            |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, Cheren shall restore your Pokémon to full health. Bianca will
then come and give you some Max Revives, which fully heal a KO'ed Pokémon.

When you regain control, go north and through the grass. You'll find some item
balls in the vincinity -- the ones in the darker grass contain Amoonguss. The
western ones contain a Hyper Potion and a Dawn Stone. There is also a Black
Belt nearby to battle. Go to the west to find a Hiker to battle.

Go across the bridge and speak with the Veteran to find a Dusk Stone. Go along
the river to the east to find TM05 (Roar). Go down the ledge and to the east,
past where you battled Cheren. Continue east to the grassy patch to find a Full
Restore, then battle the Ace Trainer nearby, and the Veteran further east.

You'll find a semi-eroded building to the north. This is the Badge Check Gate.
Go on in and you will through eight areas and eight doors, each of which the
nearby person unlocks, but only if you have the requested badge.

At the end, you will enter Victory Road.

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                                 Victory Road
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 ____________________________________________________________________________
|                         Outside Wild Pokémon List                          |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Fraxure       |  Dragon              |  40           |  Rock patch        |
|  Heatmor       |  Fire                |  37 to 40     |  Rock patch        |
|  Mienfoo       |  Fighting            |  38 to 41     |  Rock patch        |
|  Vullaby       |  Dark/Flying         |  38 to 40     |  Rock patch (Black)|
|  Rufflet       |  Normal/Flying       |  38 to 40     |  Rock patch (White)|
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                            1F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Swoobat       |  Psychic/Flying      |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Mienfoo       |  Fighting            |  38 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Durant        |  Bug/Steel           |  37 to 42     |  Walk around       |
|  Deino         |  Dragon              |  38 to 40     |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground              |  36 to 41     |  Walk around(swirl)|
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                            2F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Swoobat       |  Psychic/Flying      |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Durant        |  Bug/Steel           |  37 to 42     |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground              |  36 to 41     |  Walk around(swirl)|
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                            3F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Swoobat       |  Psychic/Flying      |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Mienfoo       |  Fighting            |  38 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Durant        |  Bug/Steel           |  37 to 42     |  Walk around       |
|  Deino         |  Dragon              |  38 to 40     |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground              |  36 to 41     |  Walk around(swirl)|
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                            4F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Swoobat       |  Psychic/Flying      |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Durant        |  Bug/Steel           |  37 to 42     |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground              |  36 to 41     |  Walk around(swirl)|
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                            5F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Swoobat       |  Psychic/Flying      |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Durant        |  Bug/Steel           |  37 to 42     |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground              |  36 to 41     |  Walk around(swirl)|
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                            6F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Swoobat       |  Psychic/Flying      |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Durant        |  Bug/Steel           |  37 to 42     |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground              |  36 to 41     |  Walk around(swirl)|
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                            7F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Swoobat       |  Psychic/Flying      |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Durant        |  Bug/Steel           |  37 to 42     |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground              |  36 to 41     |  Walk around(swirl)|
|  Terrakion     |  Rock/Fighting       |  42           |  Trial Chamber     |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: 				                             |
|  (2F) Whimsicott Lv. 45, Zebstrika Lv. 45                                  |
|       Gigalith Lv. 45, Eelektross Lv. 46                                   |
|  (3F) Stoutland Lv. 45, Scolipede Lv. 45                                   |
|       Beheeyem Lv. 44, Heatmor Lv. 44, Lilligant Lv. 44                    |
|       Scrafty Lv. 43, Mienfoo Lv. 43, Conkeldurr Lv. 43                    |
|  (4F) Simisage Lv. 44, Simisear Lv. 44, Simipour Lv. 44                    |
|       Gothorita Lv. 43, Leavanny Lv. 43                                    |
|  (6F) Klang Lv. 44, Darmanitan Lv. 44, Seismitoad Lv. 44                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

<= Outside =>

Go inside.

<= 1F =>

Go to the water. Surf on it and go to the northwestern corner to find a Max
Revive. Return to and ascend the stairs.

<= 2F =>

Battle the nearby Ace Trainer and walk southwest to go outside.

<= Outside =>

Outside, you'll find a Veteran explaining to an Ace Trainer how to slide down
the inclines. You should go east slide down the cliff near the fence opening,
then go inside to the cave to the east.

<= 1F =>

Walk around or Surf across the water to your north. As for the second patch,
you can Surf across it to find a Rare Candy. Go back near the first patch and
go up the western stairs.

<= 2F =>

Ignore the exit to the outside; go north and up the stairs.

<= 3F =>

Battle the nearby Ace Trainer; afterwards, go outside.

<= Outside =>

This will put you near the Ace Trainer from earlier that was too scared to go
down the cliff. Go east to find a fence opening and slide down to find TM12,
Taunt. Return up here and go west of the Ace Trainer and into the first doorway
you can find.

<= 3F =>

Defeat the Veteran nearby. Going down the stairs to the east is rather useless
(if you don't want to go back to the near-beginning). Instead, take the
northernmost staircase.

<= 4F =>

Battle and defeat the nearby Ace Trainer. Then head outside.

<= Outside =>

Pick up the Full Restore nearby. Return to the location of the Ace Trainer that
wouldn't go down the cliff and enter the westernmost doorway.

<= 3F =>

Battle the nearby Black Belt and then go up the stairs nearby.

<= 4F =>

Battle the nearby Doctor. Defeat him and he'll heal your Pokémon; speak to him
whenever and he'll heal them again. Go up the western mini-staircase and go
along the path. You'll soon find a Strength boulder. Push it into the hole. Use
the Dowsing MCHN and you should be able to find a Revive nearby.

When done, walk up the eastern staircase.

<= 5F =>

For a Calcium, go outside, down the western fence opening, inside, and you can
get it. Before hopping over the ledge -- you know, forget it. The backtracking
you'll have to do (from the beginning forward) is almost not worth it. Anyhow,
if you desperately need that Ultra Ball, go outside, across the bridge, and
slide down.

Anyhow, when you return to 5F, go up the stairs.

<= 6F =>

Battle and defeat the nearby Ace Trainer. Then go out the western doorway to
find a Full Heal. Return inside and exit to the east.

<= Outside =>

There will be two gaps in the fence here. Slide down the eastern one to find a
stone walkway. Go on in.

<= 2F =>

Go along the path and up two staircases and battle the Veteran nearby. Continue
further along and up another staircase.

<= 7F =>

The set of stairs across from you leads to a previously visited location.
However, it is useful for those that have previously caught Cobalion. Go down
them and push the boulder into the hole. Go west and through the cave opening
(won't be there until you catch Cobalion).

This is the Trial Chamber. "Speak" with Terrakion -- the Pokémon inside -- to
battle it.
 __________________________________________
|  Special Encounter: #145/#639 Terrakion  \
|___________________________________________\________________________________
|  Level: 42.                                                                |
|  Type : Rock/Fighting.                                                     |
|  Moves: - Helping Hand                                                     |
|         - Retaliate                                                        |
|         - Rock Slide                                                       |
|         - Sacred Sword                                                     |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Terrakion is weak to Fighting, Steel (?), Ground, Water, Grass, Flying,   |
|  and Psychic.                                                              |
|                                                                            |
|  Now, the best way to capture is to either weaken it to the point that you |
|  can no longer attack without risking a KO or to use False Swipe until it  |
|  hits 1 HP. From there, you'll want to Paralyze, put it to Sleep, or you   |
|  can Freeze. I recommend the first, since it will be made permanent. After |
|  you have done this, throw your Dusk Balls (because of the cave, they are  |
|  2x more likely to work than an Ultra Ball), and then your Ultra Balls if  |
|  you run out. You likely WILL -- this Pokémon is insanely hard to catch at |
|  1 HP and Paralyzed, for some reason. Your only hope is luck with catching |
|  it.                                                                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Return to 7F and go outside.

<= Outside =>

That's it. If you don't want a Nugget, TM02 (Dragon Claw), or TM93 (Wild
Charge), you are free to go through the exit to the north to the Pokémon
Leage.

If you DO want these items, go west to find a Pokémon Ranger. Slide down on
his east side to find a Nugget. Go north of the Nugget and along the path to
find TM02 (Dragon Claw). You'll be back near Black Belt Tyrone. You'll have to
work your way back up from here.

If you want the TM93 (Wild Charge), you'll have to slide down from the west
side of the Ranger. Then you'll have to work back from the beginning. >_<

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                                Pokémon League
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The Pokémon League... The residence of the Elite Four and the Champion, the
five strongest Trainers of the Unova region. They each train a different type,
except the very-varied Champion, and, on top of this, you cannot leave the area
during the fighting series -- no Pokémon Center, item shopping, nothing. What
you come with is what you're allowed. The main difference is that you can
choose the order in which you fight the Elite Four.

Your first priority upon arriving is to go into the westernmost building and
heal your Pokémon. Go to the item shop nearby and stock up on lots of Hyper
Potions (30+), Full Restores (20+), Revives (15+), and Full Heals (20+).

Now, you need to set up your party. The Elite Four have Pokémon trained in a
matter like the Gyms. Their main focuses are on Ghost, Dark, Psychic, and
Fighting type Pokémon. Here is a decent party:

~ Your starter, Lv. 55+.
~ Your simian Pokémon, Lv. 54+.
~ Virizion, Lv. 54+. (Best used with a Fighting and Grass move for Grimsley.)
~ Durant, Lv. 54+. (Bug moves are super-effective on Caitlin's Psychics.)
~ Gothitelle/Reuniclus, Lv. 54+. (Psychics for fighting Marshal's Pokémon.)
~ Scrafty, Lv. 54+. (Dark hurts Shauntal; Fighting hurts Grimsley.)

The above Pokémon have their type advantages mostly focused on the individual
Elite Four. Virizion functions best against the Dark-trainer Grimsley. Durant
will function best against the Psychic trainer, Caitlin, because Bug is
super-effective and Steel resists Psychic. Gothitelle and Reuniclus (they are
version-specific) work best against Marshal's Pokémon -- those all are of the
Fighting type, and Gothitelle and Duosion are Psychic. Scrafty is part-Dark,
meaning it can work well on Shauntal's Ghosts, and part-Fighting, which is a
pain bonus towards Grimsley. In fact, its Dark moves can also work well on
Caitlin, and Scrafty will be immune to the Psychic moves.

Your starter and simian's best points can vary. The Grass-types will do good
against two of Shauntal's Pokémon and one of Grimsley's; the Water-types will
do good and two of Shauntal's Pokémon and one of Grimsley's; the single-Fire
types (ie. Simisear) will work good on one of Grimsley's; Pignite and Emboar
(the Fighting-type counts, too) will do good on all of Grimsley's Pokémon. So
consider this.

As for hold items, consider having the Pokémon hold items that boost the moves
that you plan to use. For example, give Durant a SilverPowder.

If you couldn't get all of your slots filled for some reason, another thing to
consider are decoys. If your main Pokémon gets KO'ed, switch to a decoy so you
can heal it. This is usually an HM slave. Roggenrola or its evolutions are the
best for this, because their ability prevents OHKOs.

Speak with the man in front of the central platform thing and he'll move aside
and let you go to fight the Elite Four.

Now, as I said earlier, you can fight them in any order. Just go into the
doorway of a room to deal with the Elite Four inside. There are four doorways.
I will cover their trainers from the left to the right.

PLEASE NOTE I PROBABLY WILL MAKE MANY REFERENCES TO THE ABOVE TEAM. I HAVE
DETERMINED THEM TO BE ONE OF THE BEST PARTIES FOR THIS POINT IN THE GAME, AND
I WILL ASSUME YOU HAVE THEM.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Shauntal  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Cofagrigus (Lv. 48) Ghost                                        |
|           Jellicent (Lv. 48) Ghost/Water                                   |
|           Golurk (Lv. 48) Ghost/Ground                                     |
|           Chandelure (Lv. 50) Ghost/Fire                                   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Cofagrigus is weak to Dark and Ghost. It is immune to Normal and Fighting |
|  as well.                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Jellicent is weak to Dark, Ghost, Grass, and Electric. It is immune to    |
|  Normal and Fighting.                                                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Golurk is to weak to Dark, Ghost, Grass, Ice, and Water. It has           |
|  immunities to Electric, Fighting, and Normal.                             |
|                                                                            |
|  Chandelure is weak to Ghost, Dark, Water, Rock, and Ground (I think). It  |
|  has immunities to Fighting and Normal.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Scrafty would cover all of these Pokémon with their      |
|  Dark weakness. Virizion or your Grass starter/simian could also cover     |
|  Jellicent and Golurk. Any Water-type could also cover Chandelure.         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Grimsley  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Scrafty (Lv. 48) Dark/Fighting                                   |
|           Liepard (Lv. 48) Dark                                            |
|           Krookodile (Lv. 48) Dark/Ground                                  |
|           Bisharp (Lv. 50) Dark/Steel                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Scrafty is weak to Fighting, Bug (?), and Flying moves. It is immune to   |
|  Psychic.                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Liepard is weak to Fighting and Bug, and has a Psychic immunity.          |
|                                                                            |
|  Krookodile is weak to Fighting, Bug, Water, Grass, and Ice.               |
|                                                                            |
|  Bisharp is weak to Fighting (4x), Fire, and Ground. It has immunities to  |
|  Psychic and Poison (status and type).                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Scrafty can take all of these due to the Fighting-type   |
|  weakness, and Durant can take most of them except Bisharp. Virizion and   |
|  your Grass starter/simian can help with Krookodile while a Fire-type can  |
|  help with Bisharp. Psychics in general are a bad idea here -- the moves   |
|  won't affect Dark types, and Dark type moves will deal double damage.     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
 ____________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Caitlin  \
|_____________________________\______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Reuniclus (Lv. 48) Psychic                                       |
|           Musharna (Lv. 48) Psychic                                        |
|           Sigilyph (Lv. 48) Psychic/Flying                                 |
|           Gothitelle (Lv. 50) Psychic                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Reuniclus is weak to Dark, Ghost, and Bug.                                |
|                                                                            |
|  Musharna also is weak to Dark, Ghost, and Bug.                            |
|                                                                            |
|  Sigilyph is weak to Rock, Ice, Electric, Dark, and Ghost. It has a Ground |
|  immunity.                                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Gothitelle is weak to Ghost, Dark, and Bug.                               |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Yet again, Scrafty can take all of these using Dark-type |
|  moves (however, be careful around Sigilyph - Scrafty is weak to Flying).  |
|  Durant can help out against all but Sigilyph. It would be a very bad idea |
|  to bring Virizion into this. ANOTHER thing to note is that Scrafty would  |
|  be immune to these Pokémon's Psychic moves.                               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
 ____________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Marshal  \
|_____________________________\______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Throh (Lv. 48) Fighting                                          |
|           Sawk (Lv. 48) Fighting                                           |
|           Conkeldurr (Lv. 48) Fighting                                     |
|           Mienshao (Lv. 50) Fighting                                       |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Each of these Pokémon are weak to Flying and Psychic; resist Bug, Rock,   |
|  and Dark; and have type-based advantages over Rock, Steel, Ice, Normal,   |
|  and Dark.                                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Now would be the best time to bring out Gothitelle or    |
|  Reuniclus. Aside from that, you really shouldn't bring out Scrafty or     |
|  Durant. Everyone other than those just stated would have a slower time,   |
|  but at least they probably wouldn't be taking super-effective damage.     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Once you defeat the fourth member and the statue in the middle lights up, go
to it and press A on the plaque-thing on the front. When you get onto the lower
level, go up the long staircase.

You will find N and Alder in the room, facing each other. N soon reveals that
Alder had once lost his favorite Pokémon, which is why he was traveling through
the region. It is then revealed that N fought Alder -- and won. The legendary
Dragon responds to the stone in your bag, and then Team Plasma's castle rises
from the ground surrounding the Pokémon League, piercing it with staircases.
N goes up the one nearby, saying that everything will be decided in the castle.

Cheren will then appear and speak with Alder. Both of them tell you their
reasons for why Pokémon shouldn't be separated from humans, and they want you
to tell N.

Go up the stairs and into the castle.

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                             Team Plasma's Castle
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<= 1F =>

As you enter, six of the Team Plasma Seven Sages will approach and speak with
you. Before they can begin their attack, some of the Unova Gym Leaders will
appear and hold them off. Go northwest between two pillars, then east and up
the staircase.

<= 2F =>

Travel east and you'll soon encounter a Shadow Triad member. He'll show you
the room where you can heal your Pokémon - go inside and speak with the
purple-haired woman to do so. Go into the northeastern corner of the room to
find a Max Potion.

When done, exit and go far to the east and up the stairs.

<= 3F =>

The first room you encounter on this floor will have a PC inside that you can
use to change your Pokémon around. Continue west in the hall. The second room
will have a Max Revive inside; the last room has a Team Plasma Grunt that can
transport you to the Pokémon League, which is useful if you need some more
items. You can also return from there. Another Grunt in the room will give
you an Ultra Ball.

Continue west to encounter another Shadow Triad member. After you regain
control, go upstairs.

[On a late note -- I am going to reference your Elite Four team in the two
 boss battles ahead. I would drop your Durant from the line-up though; you
 will need that slot empty for something else...]

<= 4F =>

As you enter this floor, you'll be pointed out to the northern room by a Shadow
Triad member. This room was the room N was given, probably as a kid. There are
a lot of children's playthings inside. There will also be a Rare Candy in the
middle of the skateboarding half-pipe. Go one room east to find a Full
Restore. Then go further east and up the stairs.

<= 5F =>

This floor is doorway-less, save for one. Try to go through it and Ghetsis will
appear and reveal the whole plan of Team Plasma -- to have everyone free their
Pokémon ... so that Team Plasma will be the only ones to have Pokémon! He will
spread his influence to other regions, so he rule the world.

Anyhow, go north into the room and N will soon begin to speak. After he is
done, go further north to meet N, who notices that you still lack the other
legendary Dragon. He challenges you to a battle and his Zekrom/Reshiram will
burst through the wall and into the room. Soon afterwards, your Light/Dark
Stone will respond and spawn the other legendary: Reshiram (Black) or Zekrom
(White). You can save before battling. Once you're ready, battle it!
 _________________________________________________________________
|  Special Encounter: #149/#643 Reshiram  \  Pokémon Black ONLY!  \
|__________________________________________\_______________________\_________
|  Level: 50.                                                                |
|  Type : Dragon/Fire.                                                       |
|  Moves: - Dragonbreath                                                     |
|         - Slash                                                            |
|         - Extrasensory                                                     |
|         - Fusion Flare                                                     |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Reshiram has weaknesses to Dragon, Rock, Ground, and Water, I think.      |
|                                                                            |
|  To catch it, there are several ideas I can give. You can use False Swipe  |
|  (or another attack until you believe it will KO on the next one) until it |
|  hits 1 HP, then status it. From there, you should use Ultra Balls (or     |
|  Dusk Balls, but I don't know if this qualifies as a dim place). And then  |
|  there is just using the Master Ball from the beginning, though I would    |
|  save it for another day (*cough* Kyurem *cough*).                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
 _______________________________________________________________
|  Special Encounter: #150/#644 Zekrom  \  Pokémon White ONLY!  \
|________________________________________\_______________________\___________
|  Level: 50.                                                                |
|  Type : Dragon/Electric.                                                   |
|  Moves: - Dragonbreath                                                     |
|         - Slash                                                            |
|         - Zen Headbutt                                                     |
|         - Fusion Bolt                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Zekrom has weaknesses to Dragon, Ice, and Ground -- nothing else.         |
|                                                                            |
|  To catch it, there are several ideas I can give. You can use False Swipe  |
|  (or another attack until you believe it will KO on the next one) until it |
|  hits 1 HP, then status it. From there, you should use Ultra Balls (or     |
|  Dusk Balls, but I don't know if this qualifies as a dim place). And then  |
|  there is just using the Master Ball from the beginning, though I would    |
|  save it for another day (*cough* Kyurem *cough*).                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, N will heal your Pokémon and a battle will begin. Assuming
you catched your legend with an empty slot, you are oddly going to use it first
regardless of what your previous Pokémon was.
 _______________________
|  BOSS: Team Plasma N  \
|________________________\___________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Zekrom [Black Version only] (Lv. 52) Dragon/Electric <-,- Only 1.|
|           Reshiram [White Version only] (Lv. 52) Dragon/Fire   <-'         |
|           Carracosta (Lv. 50) Water/Rock                                   |
|           Klinklang (Lv. 50) Steel                                         |
|           Archeops (Lv. 50) Rock/Flying                                    |
|           Zoroark (Lv. 50) Dark                                            |
|           Vanilluxe (Lv. 50) Ice                                           |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Zekrom is weak to Dragon, Ice, and Electric.                              |
|                                                                            |
|  Reshiram is weak to Dragon, Rock, Water, and Ground.                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Carracosta is weak to Grass (4x), Electric, Steel (?), and Fighting.      |
|                                                                            |
|  Klinklang is weak to Fire, Fighting, Ground and is immune to Poison.      |
|                                                                            |
|  Archeops is weak to Steel, Water, Rock (?), Ice, and Electric. It is      |
|  immune to Ground.                                                         |
|                                                                            |
|  Zoroark is weak to Fighting and Bug; it's immune to Psychic.              |
|                                                                            |
|  Vanilluxe is weak to Fighting, Fire, Steel, and Rock.                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: With your opening legendary Pokémon, use Dragonbreath    |
|  for the super-effective damage. Virizion (or a Grass starter/simian) is   |
|  best on Carracosta. Scrafty or Reshiram is best on Klinklang. A Water     |
|  starter or Zekrom (Reshiram is also okay) is best on Archeops. Scrafty    |
|  will work good on a Zoroark and Vanilluxe. Reshiram or a Fire starter or  |
|  simian work good on Vanilluxe, too.                                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle ends, N will realize that people must learn to accept the
ideas of others. Ghetsis soon appears and talks (down) to N. Cheren and Alder
suddenly show up and then the real plan of Team Plasma gets revealed to them,
too. Ghetsis will then challenge you to a battle.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: Team Plasma Ghetsis  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Cofagrigus (Lv. 52) Ghost                                        |
|           Bouffalant (Lv. 52) Normal                                       |
|           Eelektross (Lv. 52) Electric                                     |
|           Seismitoad (Lv. 52) Water/Ground                                 |
|           Bisharp (Lv. 52) Dark/Steel                                      |
|           Hydreigon (Lv. 52) Dark/Dragon                                   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Cofagrigus is weak to Ghost and Dark; it's immune to Normal and Fighting. |
|                                                                            |
|  Bouffalant is weak to Fighting; it is immune to Ghost.                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Eelektross is weak to Ground only.                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Seismitoad is weak to Grass (4x) only. It has an Electric immunity.       |
|                                                                            |
|  Bisharp is weak to Fighting (4x), Fire, and Ground. It is immune to both  |
|  Psychic and Poison (status and type).                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Hydreigon is weak to Dragon, Ice, Fighting, and Bug (?). It is immune to  |
|  Psychic.                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations:                                                          |
|  ~ Scrafty -> Cofagrigus                                                   |
|  ~ Scrafty -> Bouffalant                                                   |
|  ~ Zekrom/Reshiram/Non-Water/Flying types -> Eelektross                    |
|  ~ Virizion/Grass starter or simian -> Seismitoad                          |
|  ~ Scrafty/Reshiram -> Seismitoad                                          |
|  ~ Reshiram/Zekrom/Scrafty -> Hydreigon                                    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, Alder will explain to N that, despite not agreeing earlier,
that doesn't mean that they cannot work together. Ghetsis is soon taken away
by Cheren and Alder. N stays and reveals to you more about himself. After
meeting you in Accumula Town so long ago, and noticing that your Pokémon
actually liked you, he began to doubt his beliefs and those of Team Plasma. As
he journeyed, he met and saw more and more Pokémon like yours; those that
enjoyed being with their Trainers. He tells you to follow your dreams and bids
you farewell...

The credits will then roll and you'll see N fly off on Zekrom/Reshiram...

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            CONGRATULATIONS! YOU HAVE BEATEN THE MAIN STORYLINE OF            
                       POKEMON BLACK AND WHITE VERSIONS!                       
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5. Post-credits Walkthrough************************************BW5***********

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++     Section I- Exploring the Rest of Unova                 **BW51**     ++
++                                                                         ++
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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!                             MAJOR NOTICE!!                            !!!
!!!                                                                       !!!
!!!  I know that the game is very open-ended after you complete the       !!!
!!!  Elite Four and whatnot the first time. However, I am going to try to !!!
!!!  keep this whole section (section five) of the overall walkthrough as !!!
!!!  fluid-like as I did with the pre-credits walkthrough. I apologize    !!!
!!!  for any inconveniences this probably will cause.                     !!!
!!!                                                                       !!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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After resuming your file after beating Ghetsis, you'll be back in your bedroom
in Nuvema Town. (Looks like your mom fixed that mess!) Go downstairs and you
will find (eventually) Looker, a member of the International Police that is
found often in Pokémon Platinum Version. He came to the Unova regaion to
investigate on Team Plasma, but you already disbanded them! However, the Seven
Sages reside in Unova still -- Looker requests you help him find them. He will
also give you the Super Rod.

Go outside and you'll meet Cheren and Bianca. Cheren tells you that Ghetsis
managed to escape his and Alder's clutches thanks to the Shadow Triad. Bianca
then says she might decide on going to Black City or White Forest.

Cedric will then leave the Pokémon Lab and upgrade your Pokédex to the National
Dex, which can document all 649 Pokémon in existence. Bianca and Cheren will
then head off.

Now, we, for the moment, will try to ignore the fact we need to look for the
Seven Sages. We will explore the other areas of Unova now. Be prepared for a
HUGE level increase in the Trainers you fight -- they all (or mostly) have
Pokémon of Lv. 60+. So... yeah.

Fly to Opelucid City.

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                                Opelucid City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found in this location.                               |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Simisage Lv. 39, Simisear Lv. 39, Simipour Lv. 39      |
|                     Mienfoo Lv. 39, Elgyem Lv. 39, Pawniard Lv. 39         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go east onto Route 11.

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                                   Route 11
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Amoonguss     |  Grass/Poison        |  48 to 58     |  Grass             |
|  Gligar        |  Ground/Flying       |  47 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Golduck       |  Water               |  47 to 58     |  Grass             |
|  Karrablast    |  Bug                 |  49 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Seviper       |  Poison              |  48 to 58     |  Grass             |
|  Zangoose      |  Normal              |  48 to 58     |  Grass             |
|  Pawniard      |  Dark/Steel          |  50           |  Light Grass       |
|  Rufflet       |  Normal/Flying       |  48 to 50     |  Light Grass(Black)|
|  Vullaby       |  Dark/Flying         |  48 to 50     |  Light Grass(White)|
|  Bisharp       |  Dark/Steel          |  60           |  Dark Grass        |
|  Braviary      |  Normal/Flying       |  58 to 60     |  Dark Grass(Black) |
|  Mandibuzz     |  Dark/Flying         |  58 to 60     |  Dark Grass(White) |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  47 to 50     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Gliscor       |  Ground/Flying       |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  48           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  25 to 60     |  Surfing           |
|  Buizel        |  Water               |  25 to 60     |  Surfing           |
|  Floatzel      |  Water               |  35 to 70     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod         |
|  Goldeen       |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Water               |  45 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Croagunk Lv. 65                                        |
|                     Rapidash Lv. 64, Mantine Lv. 64, Cacturne Lv. 64       |
|                     Snover Lv. 65                                          |
|                     Dewgong Lv. 64, Pelipper Lv. 64, Pinsir Lv. 64         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you arrive, go east to battle a Backpacker (that happens to be French). Go
to his northwest and you can find a Hyper Potion in the grass. Return to the
main road and go east. Battle the Pokémon Ranger on the bridge. She'll give you
a Leppa Berry after the battle. (Leppa Berries heal 10 PP for a move when used
immediately, or whenever it hits zero and is being held.)

Now, if you have Waterfall on a Pokémon, go up the waterfall to the north. You
can find a Max Revive to the west, and TM50 (Overheat) to the east. Go back to
the bridge and east past a trailer to another French backpacker.

Now, if you Surf onto the stream to the south and go down the Waterfall to the
east, you can battle a Pokémon Ranger (who also gives you a Leppa Berry). There
will also be a Protector (evolves Rhydon into Rhyperior when held during a
trade) nearby.

That'll be it. Return to higher ground and go east of the second Backpacker to
arrive on the Village Bridge.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Bibarel       |  Water/Normal        |  47 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Golduck       |  Water               |  47 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Seviper       |  Poison              |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Zangoose      |  Normal              |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Rufflet       |  Normal/Flying       |  48 to 50     |  Light Grass(Black)|
|  Vullaby       |  Dark/Flying         |  48 to 50     |  Light Grass(White)|
|  Braviary      |  Normal/Flying       |  58 to 60     |  Dark Grass(Black) |
|  Mandibuzz     |  Dark/Flying         |  58 to 60     |  Dark Grass(White) |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  47 to 50     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  48           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  25 to 60     |  Surfing           |
|  Lapras        |  Water/Ice           |  35 to 70     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod         |
|  Carvanha      |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod         |
|  Sharpedo      |  Water               |  45 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Zubat Lv. 60, Slugma Lv. 60, Poochyena Lv. 60,         |
|(same Trainer above) Doduo Lv. 60, Nosepass Lv. 60, Electrike Lv. 60        |
|                     Amoonguss, Ekans, Grimer, and Seviper; each at Lv. 62  |
|                     Combee Lv. 64, Ursaring Lv. 64                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

(I assume you understand the first two lines of "Trainers' Pokémon" belong to
 the same Trainer, right?)

When you arrive, go north, ignoring the bridge and the southern path, and you
will find a vending machine and a guitar player.

If you go south, you'll find a School Kid (with 6 Lv. 60s). To the east of her
is Koontz. If you examine the nearby trash can, you'll find a Leftovers (the
holder gains 1/16, or 6.25%, of its max HP at each turn's end). Go north and
underneath the bridge, then Surf east to find a Calcium. Return to and go east
of Koontz to find an Ultra Ball.

Further east of the Ultra Ball, on the other side, is a Scientist to battle,
with a Baker further to the east. After this battle, you can speak with him and
you will take the order of the four nearby customers and give them their
orders. If you do it perfectly, you'll get a Lum Berry (heals all statuses when
used; will do so automatically when held). This can be done once every day.

Get onto the bridge now and look at the three eastern houses. The first of them
has a club, the Hip Waders. Join and show him the desired Pokémon to get Dive
Balls. The house to the east has a girl inside that will leave with her four
Patrat; you'll see them later on. The easternmost house has a lady that will,
for free, heal your Pokémon.

That'll be it - head east onto Route 12.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Kakuna        |  Bug/Poison          |  48 to 58     |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Metapod       |  Bug                 |  48 to 58     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Cherrim       |  Grass               |  48 to 58     |  Grass             |
|  Combee        |  Bug/Flying          |  47 to 57     |  Grass             |
|  Dunsparce     |  Normal              |  48 to 58     |  Grass             |
|  Heracross     |  Bug/Fighting        |  50 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Pinsir        |  Bug                 |  50 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Rapidash      |  Fire                |  49 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Sunkern       |  Grass               |  47 to 57     |  Grass             |
|  Tranquill     |  Normal/Flying       |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  47 to 50     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Sunflora      |  Grass               |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  48           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Unfezant      |  Normal/Flying       |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Vespiquen     |  Bug/Flying          |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Butterfree    |  Bug/Flying          |  50           |  Grass (shaking)(W)|
|  Beedrill      |  Bug/Poison          |  50           |  Grass (shaking)(B)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Shuppet, Phanpy, Skitty, Snorunt, Cacnea; each Lv. 61  |
|                     Weedle Lv. 63, Kakuna Lv. 63, Beedrill Lv. 63          |
|                     Makuhita Lv. 63, Riolu Lv. 63, Tyrogue Lv. 63          |
|                     Swoobat Lv. 65 (x2)                                    |
|                     Paras Lv. 64, Wormadam Lv. 64                          |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

As you enter, you'll see an item on the other side of the fence; this is a Full
Heal. Go northeast of the gatehouse to find and battle a Pokémon Breeder, who
gives you a Sitrus Berry for winning. Then go southeast to find TM53, Energy
Ball; it is a Grass-type move that damages and may lower the target's Special
Defense.

Go southeast to battle a School Kid (who has trained the Weedle evolutionary
chain) and further southeast to find another Pokémon Breeder (who also will
give you a Sitrus Berry). Go to the northeast next and grab the Revive.

Go to the gatehouse between Route 12 and the Village Bridge, then go to the
southeast to find two Backers. Go further southeast to find and battle another
School Kid.

That's it for here -- go east into Lacunosa Town.

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Nothing much to do here. I think you can find a Revive somewhere in this town
using your Dowsing MCHN; not sure, though.

Go into the Pokémon Center and heal your Pokémon. Speak with the girl on the
first floor of the Pokémon Center -- if you bring her a LEGITIMATE Shaymin (I
think the use of the Japanese D/P Surf Glitch is allowed, as is tweaking;
AR hacking is a no-go), she will give you the Gracidea, which allows you to
switch your Shaymin between its Land Forme (what you see when you caught it)
and Sky Forme (featured several times in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of
Sky).

You can also speak with the girl upstairs to learn what party you used when
you defeated each of the Unova Gym Leaders.

That's it -- exit east onto Route 13.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Absol         |  Dark                |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Drifblim      |  Ghost/Flying        |  48 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Golbat        |  Poison/Flying       |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Lunatone      |  Rock/Psychic        |  48 to 58     |  Grass             |
|  Solrock       |  Rock/Psychic        |  48 to 58     |  Grass             |
|  Tangela       |  Grass               |  47 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Swellow       |  Normal/Flying       |  47 to 57     |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  47 to 50     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Crobat        |  Poison/Flying       |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  47 to 50     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Tangrowth     |  Grass               |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Pelipper      |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Staryu        |  Water               |  25 to 60     |  Surfing           |
|  Wingull       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Corsola       |  Water/Rock          |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Starmie       |  Water/Psychic       |  35 to 70     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Krabby        |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Luvdisc       |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod         |
|  Cloyster      |  Water/Ice           |  45 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|  Kingler       |  Water               |  35 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Buneary Lv. 63, Snubbull Lv. 63, Shroomish Lv. 63      |
|                     Nincada Lv. 63, Mothim Lv. 63, Metapod Lv. 63          |
|                     Camerupt Lv. 65                                        |
|                     Tentacool Lv. 63, Tentacruel Lv. 63, Qwilfish Lv. 63   |
|                     Magikarp Lv. 60 (x6)                                   |
|                     Surskit Lv. 63, Goldeen Lv. 63, Seaking Lv. 63         |
|                     Feebas Lv. 63, Kinglet Lv. 63, Remoraid Lv. 63         |
|                     Krabby Lv. 64, Octillery Lv. 64                        |
|                     Sawk Lv. 65, Hitmonlee Lv. 65                          |
|                     Plusle Lv. 64, Minun Lv. 64                            |
|                     Farfetch'd Lv. 64, Granbull Lv. 64                     |
|                     Kricketot Lv. 64, Chimecho Lv. 64                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

From Lacunosa Town, go east to find and battle a Lass. Go south and Cut down
the tree to be able to get a Max Ether. Go further south to the trees to find
and battle a Youngster. Go south and you'll find a Lass with a Wingull. Speak
with her to learn it lost three Grams on Route 13. If you return them all, you
can get a TM.

Go south for now and battle the Artist on the bridge. Go further south and
grab the two items, Razor Claw and Gram 2. Return north and head to the west
and down the stairs. Go through the grass and onto the beach to battle a
Fisherman. Go northeast and speak with the old man to get Gram 1.

Now, you may notice that you are able to Surf around the rocks here. This path
will lead to Kyurem, an Ice/Dragon type legendary Pokémon that is quite
possibly the Rayquaza to Kyogre and Groudon... Don't get the analogy? How
about the Giratina to Dialga and Palkia? Still no? What I am trying to say is
that Kyurem is likely to be the mascot of the expansion-version of Black/White.

Anyhow, we will go up that path in just a moment. For now, go south to battle
a Fisherman. Yeah, it's that one -- the one with 6 high-level Magikarp, which
are useless despite this. Go further south to battle a Parasol Lady. Go even
further to find another one; just speak with her to get Gram 3. If you go back
to the Lass and the Wingull and speak with the Lass, you can now get TM89,
U-turn (a Bug-type move that switches the user out with another after a hit).

Go back to the beach and southward to the umbrella. Go west here and speak with
the guy in the suit. He'll give one of many items, but only once a day. I have
been given various evolution items (eg. Reaper Cloth, DeepSeaTooth, Metal Coat)
and others (eg. Big Pearl, Lucky Egg, Stick). Go into the house nearby to have
a Pokémon learn a certain move...

Fully-evolved starter Pokémon can learn certain moves. Venusaur, Meganium,
Sceptile, Torterra, and Serperior can learn the Grass-type move Frenzy Plant.
Blastoise, Feraligatr, Swampert, Empoleon, and Samurott can learn the Water
type move Hydro Cannon. Charizard, Typhlosion, Blaziken, Infernape, and Emboar
can learn the Fire-type move Blast Burn. These moves are of 150 Power, but, if
you count the STAB that occurs, it is 225 Power. This can become a 900 Power
move if it hits something multi-typed with both types being weak to it. And, of
course, it becomes 1080 Power then with the proper item equipped. Yeahhhh!!!
However, this move will require a one-turn rest period after it hits.

Anyhow, exit and Surf to the north and go west. You'll find a house; speak with
the Veteran inside to get the Splash and Draco Plates. These boost the power of
certain move types, as well as changes the typing of Acreus, when held. You'll
also learn that the other Plates are in the Abyssal Ruins near Undella Town.

Return to the main beach and Surf east to find a DeepSeaScale, which can raise
Clamperl's Special Defense, and evolve into Gorebyss when held during trading.
There is also a Fisherman to the southeast of the item you can battle.

Return to the main beach and go south. Battle another Fisherman and then go
east along the thin path and you'll find a Black Belt you can also battle.
Return west, then south, to find some staircases. Go west and up to be able to
get TM29 (Psychic), if you can use Strength. The southeastern set, past the
tree you need Cut to cut down, has an Electirizer (evolves Electabuzz into
Electivire if held while traded).

Return to the main path and east to find some Twins to battle, then further
east to battle a Gentleman, then south to find a Socialite.

Now, to the southeast, you can go to Undella Town. However, I will next cover
the Giant Chasm. Return to the old man that gave you Gram 1. Surf east and then
north. Go up the staircase you'll find, grabbing the Prism Scale. (This evolves
Feebas into Milotic when traded. This evolution used to require a high Beauty
stat for Pokémon Contests; since the Contests are now gone, this is the new
method.) At the stairs' apex, push the boulder into the hole to provide a
shortcut to this area in the future. Go north to the Giant Chasm.

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                                 Giant Chasm
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|                        Outer Area Wild Pokémon List                        |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Absol         |  Dark                |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Drifblim      |  Ghost/Flying        |  48 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Golbat        |  Poison/Flying       |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Lunatone      |  Rock/Psychic        |  48 to 58     |  Grass             |
|  Solrock       |  Rock/Psychic        |  48 to 58     |  Grass             |
|  Tangela       |  Grass               |  47 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Swellow       |  Normal/Flying       |  47 to 57     |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  47 to 50     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Crobat        |  Poison/Flying       |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  48           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Tangrowth     |  Grass               |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                         Caverns' Wild Pokémon List                         |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  48 to 59     |  Walk around       |
|  Delibird      |  Ice/Flying          |  48 to 58     |  Walk around       |
|  Golbat        |  Poison/Flying       |  47 to 57     |  Walk around       |
|  Lunatone      |  Rock/Psychic        |  50 to 60     |  Walk around       |
|  Solrock       |  Rock/Psychic        |  50 to 60     |  Walk around       |
|  Jynx          |  Ice/Psychic         |  48 to 60     |  Walk around       |
|  Piloswine     |  Ground/Ice          |  47 to 59     |  Walk around       |
|  Sneasel       |  Dark/Ice            |  48 to 58     |  Walk around       |
|  Exacdrill     |  Ground/Steel        |  57 to 60     |  Walk around(swirl)|
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Seel          |  Water               |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Dewgong       |  Water/Ice           |  35 to 70     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Poliwag       |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Water/Fighting      |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Poliwrath     |  Water/Fighting      |  45 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|  Kyurem        |  Dragon/Ice          |  75           |  Central cavern    |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                       Inner Forest Wild Pokémon List                       |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Clefairy      |  Normal              |  52 to 64     |  Grass             |
|  Piloswine     |  Ground/Ice          |  52 to 64     |  Grass             |
|  Ditto         |  Normal              |  53 to 65     |  Grass             |
|  Lunatone      |  Rock/Psychic        |  55 to 65     |  Grass             |
|  Solrock       |  Rock/Psychic        |  55 to 65     |  Grass             |
|  Metang        |  Steel/Psychic       |  53 to 65     |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  52 to 55     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Mamoswine     |  Ground/Ice          |  55           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Clefable      |  Normal              |  55           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Metagross     |  Steel/Psychic       |  55           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found in this location.                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

<= Outside Area =>

Go west, descend the stairway, and go into the Chasm entrance.

<= Caverns =>

Go forward and along the western path. Go clockwise and, if you use Strength to
get at the items, you'll find two Star Pieces and a Comet Shard. You'll also be
able to find several Tiny/Big Mushrooms around by using the Dowsing MCHN.

When you reach the water, take the water on the west and take off to the west
when possible. Push the boulder into the hole and due west -- ignore the ledge.
Go down the western stairs and you'll find yourself by an exit. Go through.

<= Inner Forest =>

Go west and grab the Max Elixir, then north to find a Max Potion. Go over the
western ledge and go northeast to find a Revive. Go southeast of the Revive to
find a Carbos. Go east of the Carbos to find two east-going ledges; go to the
bottom one and you'll be able to find TM13, Ice Beam, a GREAT Ice move (95
Power, 100% accuracy, 10% chance of Freezing the target). Go southeast of these
ledges to find a Full Heal.

Continue to the southeastern corner of the area to find a Max Revive. To its
northwest is TM03, Psyshock. Don't use the southwestern ledge... Instead, go
northwest of TM03 to find a north-going ledge. Hop over and head east. You will
find a pond that has apparently evaporated.

A Pokémon then loudly cries as you approach and a blizzard starts up. All of
the trees and rocks and so on will disappear (or get buried). Don't worry, you
are still in the Giant Chasm! Go to the northeast and you will find a cave
entrance that would have been blocked otherwise. Go inside.

<= Caverns - Central Cavern =>

To your north, you will find Kyurem. SAVE and "speak" with Kyurem to begin.
 _______________________________________
|  Special Encounter: #152/#646 Kyurem  \
|________________________________________\___________________________________
|  Level: 75.                                                                |
|  Type : Dragon/Ice.                                                        |
|  Moves: - Dragon Pulse                                                     |
|         - Endeavor                                                         |
|         - Imprison                                                         |
|         - Glaciate                                                         |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Kyurem is weak to Dragon, Fire (?), Rock (?), Fighting (?), and           |
|  Steel (?).                                                                |
|                                                                            |
|  To catch it, there are several ideas I can give. You can use False Swipe  |
|  (or another attack until you believe it will KO on the next one) until it |
|  hits 1 HP, then status it. From there, you should use Dusk Balls (or      |
|  Ultra Balls, but only if you run out).                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  But, then, there is THAT option. If you caught Reshiram/Zekrom using a    |
|  Pokéball ASIDE FROM the Master Ball, or have the second one awarded in    |
|  Castelia's Pokémon Center for the fifty trades, you SHOULD use that.      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, let's leave and return to Route 13.

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                                   Route 13
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Absol         |  Dark                |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Drifblim      |  Ghost/Flying        |  48 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Golbat        |  Poison/Flying       |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Lunatone      |  Rock/Psychic        |  48 to 58     |  Grass             |
|  Solrock       |  Rock/Psychic        |  48 to 58     |  Grass             |
|  Tangela       |  Grass               |  47 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Swellow       |  Normal/Flying       |  47 to 57     |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  47 to 50     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Crobat        |  Poison/Flying       |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  47 to 50     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Tangrowth     |  Grass               |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Pelipper      |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Staryu        |  Water               |  25 to 60     |  Surfing           |
|  Wingull       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Corsola       |  Water/Rock          |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Starmie       |  Water/Psychic       |  35 to 70     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Krabby        |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Luvdisc       |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod         |
|  Cloyster      |  Water/Ice           |  45 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|  Kingler       |  Water               |  35 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Buneary Lv. 63, Snubbull Lv. 63, Shroomish Lv. 63      |
|                     Nincada Lv. 63, Mothim Lv. 63, Metapod Lv. 63          |
|                     Camerupt Lv. 65                                        |
|                     Tentacool Lv. 63, Tentacruel Lv. 63, Qwilfish Lv. 63   |
|                     Magikarp Lv. 60 (x6)                                   |
|                     Surskit Lv. 63, Goldeen Lv. 63, Seaking Lv. 63         |
|                     Feebas Lv. 63, Kinglet Lv. 63, Remoraid Lv. 63         |
|                     Krabby Lv. 64, Octillery Lv. 64                        |
|                     Sawk Lv. 65, Hitmonlee Lv. 65                          |
|                     Plusle Lv. 64, Minun Lv. 64                            |
|                     Farfetch'd Lv. 64, Granbull Lv. 64                     |
|                     Kricketot Lv. 64, Chimecho Lv. 64                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go back up the stairs, south, and west past the boulder. Go further south,
then west to the stairway. At the bottom, go east, then south. Go further
east when possible, then southeast to Undella Town.

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                                 Undella Town
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Pelipper      |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Mantyke       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Wingull       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Corsola       |  Water/Rock          |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Mantine       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Wailmer       |  Water               |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Remoraid      |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Luvdisc       |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Cloyster      |  Water/Ice           |  35 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|  Octillery     |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Buizel Lv. 60                                          |
|                     Teddiursa Lv. 61, Lopunny Lv. 61                       |
|                     Bronzor Lv. 62, Kangaskhan Lv. 62, Golurk Lv. 62       |
|                     Shuckle, Lickilicky, Krookodile, Politoed; each Lv. 63 |
|  Same Trainer -+--> Weavile Lv. 64, Heatmor Lv. 64, Kingdra Lv. 64,        |
|                `--> Vespiquen Lv. 64, Excadrill Lv. 64                     |
|  Same Trainer -+--> Donphan Lv. 65, Bisharp Lv. 65, Haxorus Lv. 65,        |
|                `--> Braviary Lv. 65, Lanturn Lv. 65, Tangrowth Lv. 65      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go to the Pokémon Center and heal your Pokémon. Speak with the man inside to
get the Prism Scale (if held by Feebas during a trade, it evolves into
Milotic). Go outside and speak with the girl to the west. You'll get HM06,
Dive. It is an okay Water-type move that has you dive underwater on the first
turn and attack on the next (a Water-type Dig). In the field, you'll be able to
dive down into the sea, a feature that skipped ALL FIVE GAMES of Gen. IV. (But
it was in Gen. III!)

Go into the house to the north and you'll find Cynthia, the Elite Four's
Champion of the Sinnoh region. She has a party somewhat like her party from
Diamond/Pearl/Platinum, though there are a couple of Gen. V additions. Speak
with her to battle... She's tough, though... Very. Tough.
 ______________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer Cynthia  \
|_______________________________\____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Spiritomb (Lv. 75) Ghost/Dark                                    |
|           Milotic (Lv. 75) Water                                           |
|           Lucario (Lv. 75) Fighting/Steel                                  |
|           Garchomp (Lv. 75) Dragon/Ground                                  |
|           Braviary (Lv. 75) Normal/Flying                                  |
|           Eelektross (Lv. 75) Electric                                     |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Spiritomb is one of those extremely rare Pokémon -- I think only one      |
|  other, Sableye, is like it -- that has no weaknesses. It is immune to     |
|  Normal, Fighting, and Psychic.                                            |
|                                                                            |
|  Milotic is weak to Grass and Electric.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Lucario is weak to Fire, Fighting, and Ground. It's immune to Poison.     |
|                                                                            |
|  Garchomp is weak to Ice (4x), Dragon, Grass (?), and Water (?). It has an |
|  Electric immunity.                                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Braviary is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to Ground and   |
|  Ghost.                                                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Eelektross is weak solely to Ground.                                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations:                                                          |
|  ~ Kyurem is best for Garchomp and Braviary. And Spiritomb, too, I guess.  |
|  ~ Your Grass starter/simian or Zekrom is best for Milotic.                |
|  ~ Your Fire starter/simian, Reshiram, or Darmanitan for Lucario.          |
|  ~ Any non-Flying/Water type is good back-up for Eelektross.               |
|  ~ Beartic, Vanilluxe, and Cryogonal are good ideas for back-up on         |
|    Braviary and Garchomp.                                                  |
|  ~ Bring your starter and/or simian if the above hasn't applied to them.   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

She can be battled once every spring and summer.

During summer, go inside the westernmost house to trade your Cinccino for a
Munchlax. This is a good idea, as Munchlax is tough to find in D/P/Pt and is
probably non-existant in HG/SS.

The westernmost building is the Riches house. Go to the northeast of it to find
a Big Nugget. Speak with the boy to the south to battle him. He'll take you 
into the villa. The next day, if you battle this kid, another person is to be
battled immediately afterwards. And so on, until you get six battles in a row
with 21 Pokémon total ranging from Lv. 61 to 65. Yeah. That's good EXP., and
cash.

The guy in the western room will buy the Relic items you find in the Abyssal
Ruins. There are quite a few. Taking them altogether, you'll be able to obtain
more than a million Pokédollars!!!!

That's it here -- Surf east into the Undella Bay.

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                                 Undella Bay
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Pelipper      |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Mantyke       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Wingull       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Corsola       |  Water/Rock          |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Mantine       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Wailmer       |  Water               |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Remoraid      |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Luvdisc       |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Cloyster      |  Water/Ice           |  35 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|  Octillery     |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Seel Lv. 64, Alomomola Lv. 64                          |
|                     Shellder Lv. 63, Chinchou Lv. 63, Jellicent Lv. 63     |
|                     Wailmer Lv. 64 (x2)                                    |
|                     Quagsire Lv. 64, Golduck Lv. 64                        |
|                     Staryu Lv. 63, Jellicent Lv. 63, Wingull Lv. 63        |
|                     Corsola Lv. 65                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Well, you can battle the six Trainers here. You can also Dive underwater to the
Abyssal Ruins!

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There is a map of the place on GameFAQs. Just go there -- it can't be that
hard to find.

After 500-ish steps, you'll be ejected to Undella Bay.

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                                 Undella Bay
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Pelipper      |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Mantyke       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Wingull       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Corsola       |  Water/Rock          |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Mantine       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Wailmer       |  Water               |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Remoraid      |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Luvdisc       |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Cloyster      |  Water/Ice           |  35 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|  Octillery     |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Seel Lv. 64, Alomomola Lv. 64                          |
|                     Shellder Lv. 63, Chinchou Lv. 63, Jellicent Lv. 63     |
|                     Wailmer Lv. 64 (x2)                                    |
|                     Quagsire Lv. 64, Golduck Lv. 64                        |
|                     Staryu Lv. 63, Jellicent Lv. 63, Wingull Lv. 63        |
|                     Corsola Lv. 65                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Return west to Undella Town.

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                                 Undella Town
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Pelipper      |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Mantyke       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Wingull       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Corsola       |  Water/Rock          |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Mantine       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Wailmer       |  Water               |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Remoraid      |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Luvdisc       |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Cloyster      |  Water/Ice           |  35 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|  Octillery     |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Buizel Lv. 60                                          |
|                     Teddiursa Lv. 61, Lopunny Lv. 61                       |
|                     Bronzor Lv. 62, Kangaskhan Lv. 62, Golurk Lv. 62       |
|                     Shuckle, Lickilicky, Krookodile, Politoed; each Lv. 63 |
|  Same Trainer -+--> Weavile Lv. 64, Heatmor Lv. 64, Kingdra Lv. 64,        |
|                `--> Vespiquen Lv. 64, Excadrill Lv. 64                     |
|  Same Trainer -+--> Donphan Lv. 65, Bisharp Lv. 65, Haxorus Lv. 65,        |
|                `--> Braviary Lv. 65, Lanturn Lv. 65, Tangrowth Lv. 65      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up your Pokémon and go south to Route 14.

On a side note, if you have YOUR Thunderus/Tornadus and the other traded from
another version, bring them so you can catch Landorus! (You will also need to
bring a Pokémon with Surf and Waterfall.)

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                                   Route 14
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Altaria       |  Dragon/Flying       |  49 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Beheeyem      |  Psychic             |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Drifblim      |  Ghost/Flying        |  48 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Golduck       |  Water               |  47 to 57     |  Grass             |
|  Jigglypuff    |  Normal              |  48 to 58     |  Grass             |
|  Shuckle       |  Bug/Rock            |  48 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Tropius       |  Grass/Flying        |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Mienfoo       |  Fighting            |  49           |  Light Grass       |
|  Mienshao      |  Fighting            |  59           |  Dark Grass        |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  47 to 50     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Wigglytuff    |  Normal              |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  48           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Buizel        |  Water               |  25 to 60     |  Surfing           |
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Floatzel      |  Water               |  35 to 70     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Goldeen       |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod         |
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Water               |  45 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Barboach, Whiscash, Corphish, Carvanha; each at Lv. 62 |
|                     Hippopotas Lv. 63, Piloswine Lv. 63, Probopass Lv. 63  |
|                     Absol Lv. 68, Dodrio Lv. 68, Walrein Lv. 68            |
|                     Primeape Lv. 64, Scrafty Lv. 64, Poliwrath Lv. 64      |
|                     Numel Lv. 65                                           |
|                     Purugly Lv. 68, Lapras Lv. 68, Espeon Lv. 68           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Coming from Undella, go south and battle the Fisherman. Go to the west and use
Waterfall to go on up. Grab the nearby Ultra Ball and then go southwest to find
the Reaper Cloth (Dusclops will evolve into Dusknoir if this is held during its
trade). Go west and scale the waterfall. Speak with the nearby Team Plasma
Sage, Giallo, to get TM08 Bulk Up. Looker soon takes him away.

Go west to battle a Hiker, then go down to find that the entrance to the
Abundant Shrine is to the west. Let's go there now...

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                               Abundant Shrine
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Bronzong      |  Steel/Psychic       |  49 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Chimecho      |  Psychic             |  47 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Noctowl       |  Normal/Flying       |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Stantler      |  Normal              |  47 to 57     |  Grass             |
|  Vulpix        |  Fire                |  48 to 58     |  Grass             |
|  Murkrow       |  Dark/Flying         |  48 to 58     |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Misdreavus    |  Ghost               |  48 to 58     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Cottonee      |  Grass               |  48 to 58     |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Petilil       |  Grass               |  48 to 58     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  47 to 50     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Honchkrow     |  Dark/Flying         |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Lilligant     |  Grass               |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Mismagius     |  Ghost               |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Ninetales     |  Fire                |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Whimsicott    |  Grass               |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Slowpoke      |  Water/Psychic       |  25 to 60     |  Surfing           |
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  25 to 60     |  Surfing           |
|  Slowbro       |  Water/Psychic       |  35 to 70     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Slowking      |  Water/Psychic       |  35 to 70     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Goldeen       |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod         |
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Water               |  45 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|  Landorus      |  Ground/Flying       |  70           |  Shrine event      |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Caterpie, Pineco, Scolipede, Spinarak, Masquerain;Lv.61|
|                     Horsea Lv. 63, Sunkern Lv. 63, Ponyta Lv. 63           |
|                     Burmy Lv. 63, Tangela Lv. 63, Sawsbuck Lv. 63          |
|                     Yanma Lv. 63, Ledyba Lv. 63, Ninjask Lv. 63            |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter, go up the staircase and west around the grass. Inside this
house is a man who will tell you about the legendary Pokémon, Landorus. Go
back outside and west past the water; you'll find TM35, Flamethrower (Fire-type
move with 95 Power, 100% accuracy, and a chance of Burning the target). Return
to the house and go north up the stairs to battle a Youngster.

Go east now to find a Hyper Potion. Head to the north of it to find a Lass.
Defeat her and return to the Youngster and go west to find a Razor Fang (can
evolve Gligar into Gliscor if held at night while Gligar levels up). Go up the
stairs to battle another Lass, and then northeast to battle a Youngster.

Go southeast of the Youngster to find a Rare Candy. Then walk up the stairs to
find a shrine.

Now, you must have Tornadus and Thundurus in your party. ONE OF THEM MUST BE
FROM YOUR SPECIFIC GAME FILE (TORNADUS IN BLACK; THUNDURUS IN WHITE) AND THE
OTHER MUST HAVE BEEN TRADED FROM ANOTHER GAME. THEY CANNOT BOTH HAVE BEEN
TRADED FROM A DIFFERENT GAME. Save, interact with the shrine, and Landorus will
appear.
 _______________________________
|  Special Encounter: Landorus  \
|________________________________\___________________________________________
|  Level: 70.                                                                |
|  Type : Ground/Flying.                                                     |
|  Moves: - Rock Slide                                                       |
|         - Earthquake                                                       |
|         - Fissure                                                          |
|         - Sandstorm                                                        |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Landorus has weaknesses to Ice (4x), Water, and Rock. It is immune to     |
|  Ground and Electric.                                                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Catching it is as with the other Pokémon. You'll want to False Swipe it   |
|  until it hits one HP. You then want to Sleep, Freeze, or Paralyze it with |
|  an attack that deals no damage (eg. Hypnosis, Thunder Wave). After this,  |
|  you should throw Ultra Balls or Dusk Balls (but only at night, for the    |
|  latter). It may take a while, but you will catch it eventually.           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Surf over the lake to the east and grab TM92 Trick Room. Then leave back to
Route 14.

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                                   Route 14
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Altaria       |  Dragon/Flying       |  49 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Beheeyem      |  Psychic             |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Drifblim      |  Ghost/Flying        |  48 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Golduck       |  Water               |  47 to 57     |  Grass             |
|  Jigglypuff    |  Normal              |  48 to 58     |  Grass             |
|  Shuckle       |  Bug/Rock            |  48 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Tropius       |  Grass/Flying        |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Mienfoo       |  Fighting            |  49           |  Light Grass       |
|  Mienshao      |  Fighting            |  59           |  Dark Grass        |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  47 to 50     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Wigglytuff    |  Normal              |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  48           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Buizel        |  Water               |  25 to 60     |  Surfing           |
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Floatzel      |  Water               |  35 to 70     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Goldeen       |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod         |
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Water               |  45 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Barboach, Whiscash, Corphish, Carvanha; each at Lv. 62 |
|                     Hippopotas Lv. 63, Piloswine Lv. 63, Probopass Lv. 63  |
|                     Absol Lv. 68, Dodrio Lv. 68, Walrein Lv. 68            |
|                     Primeape Lv. 64, Scrafty Lv. 64, Poliwrath Lv. 64      |
|                     Numel Lv. 65                                           |
|                     Purugly Lv. 68, Lapras Lv. 68, Espeon Lv. 68           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After exiting the Abundant Shrine, head east and battle the Ace Trainer. Go
over the eastern ledge and go down the waterfall. Battle the Black Belt you
will find nearby, then go south to find a Backpacker, then go west and up the
staircases for an Ace Trainer.

That's it -- go south and you'll arrive in Black City or White Forest.

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                                  Black City
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              !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
              !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
              !!!                   NOTE:                   !!!
              !!!                                           !!!
              !!!  This area is exclusive to Pokémon Black. !!!
              !!!    White Forest, for Pokémon White, is    !!!
              !!!                   below!                  !!!
              !!!                                           !!!
              !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
              !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found in this location.                               |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Heatmor Lv. 65, Beartic Lv. 65, Excadrill Lv. 65       |
|                     Galvantula Lv. 65, Gothitelle Lv. 65, Krookodile Lv. 65|
|  (Sun Stone)        Gardevoir Lv. 61, Gallade Lv. 61                       |
|  (Fire Stone)       Magmotar Lv. 62                                        |
|  (Oval Stone)       Staraptor Lv. 30                                       |
|  (Fluffy Tail)      Blissey Lv. 30                                         |
|  (Dusk Stone)       Porygon-Z Lv. 30                                       |
|  (Shiny Stone)      Azumarill Lv. 30                                       |
|  (Leaf Stone)       Slaking Lv. 67                                         |
|  (Nugget)           Machamp Lv. 56                                         |
|  (Rare Bone)        Jumpluff Lv. 40                                        |
|  (Yellow Shard)     Alakazam Lv. 40                                        |
|  (Red Shard)        Luxray Lv. 40                                          |
|  (Star Piece)       Victreebel Lv. 40                                      |
|  (Luxury Ball)      Roserade Lv. 40                                        |
|  (Big Mushroom)     Aggron Lv. 40                                          |
|  (Heart Scale)      Vileplume Lv. 34, Bellossom Lv. 34                     |
|  (Max Repel)        Togekiss Lv. 30                                        |
|  (Big Pearl)        Shiftry Lv. 40                                         |
|  (Blue Shard)       Flygon Lv. 61                                          |
|  (Water Stone)      Ludicolo Lv. 61                                        |
|  (Poké Ball)        Ampharos Lv. 35                                        |
|  (Tinymushroom)     Gengar Lv. 30                                          |
|  (Stardust)         Pidgeot Lv. 45                                         |
|  (Berry Juice)      Rhyperior Lv. 45                                       |
|  (Pearl)            Beautifly Lv. 44, Dustox Lv. 44                        |
|  (Poké Doll)        Nidoqueen Lv. 50                                       |
|  (Green Shard)      Magnezone Lv. 50                                       |
|  (Dawn Stone)       Salamence Lv. 40                                       |
|  (Thunderstone)     Nidoking Lv. 67                                        |
|  (Moon Stone)       Exploud Lv. 67                                         |
|  (Fresh Water)      Electivire Lv. 30                                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you arrive, there should be little other than a Pokémon Center. You may
as well heal up inside.

Now, to change the city, you'll need to visit someone's Pokémon White Version
via Entralink. Select "Wireless" then "Entralink" from the C-Gear. Then, from
the Entralink, connect via wireless (not WFC) to the White Version. Visit their
White Forest and speak with people and keep inviting them.

When you return to your Black City, battle the trainers. As you do and the
marketplace appears, the items in the shop will change depending on who you
have battled. The Trainers' Pokémon above lists the Trainers' parties and the
items added to the marketplace after their defeat. (The top two on the list
battle in Rotation; they don't affect the items ... I think.)

Exit west onto Route 15 when done.

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                                 White Forest
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              !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
              !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
              !!!                   NOTE:                   !!!
              !!!                                           !!!
              !!!  This area is exclusive to Pokémon White. !!!
              !!!     Black City, for Pokémon Black, is     !!!
              !!!                   above!                  !!!
              !!!                                           !!!
              !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
              !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Special. See below.                                                       |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No battle-able Trainers are found here.                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

White Forest is the area exclusive to Pokémon White Version. Here, you can
find quite a few Pokémon from previous games that aren't anywhere in Unova
(including Black Version). To catch these, you'll need to get people here.

Now, to get more Pokémon, you'll need to visit someone's Pokémon Black Version
via Entralink. Select "Wireless" then "Entralink" from the C-Gear. Then, from
the Entralink, connect via wireless (not WFC) to the Black Version. Visit their
Black City and speak with people and keep inviting them.

Now, this will change your wild Pokémon that can be found in this area. The
specific Pokémon added change by the Trainer. For the Pokémon info as it
relates to the Trainers added, I must thank the GameFAQs user, Amphy, for this
info located below. It was copied straight from his FAQ/Walkthrough on GameFAQs
and not changed in any manner.

  --------------------------------------------------------------------------
   GRASS:
  --------------------------------------------------------------------------
   Aron        Steel/Rock      Hiker Gene
   Abra        Psychic         Clerk Collin
   Azurill     Normal          Backpacker Molly
   Bagon       Dragon          Socialite Grace
   Bellsprout  Grass/Poison    Clerk Piper
   Budew       Grass/Poison    Gentleman Frederic
   Elekid      Electric        Youngster Robbie
   Gastly      Ghost/Poison    Roughneck Dave
   Happiny     Normal          Backpacker Emi
   Hoppip      Grass/Flying    Clerk Britney
   Lotad       Water/Grass     Pokémon Ranger Ralph
   Machop      Fighting        Black Belt Ryder
   Magby       Fire            Ace Trainer Vincent
   Magnemite   Electric/Steel  Scientist Marie
   Mareep      Electric        Rich Boy Pierce
   Nidoran F   Poison          Scientist Jacques
   Nidoran M   Poison          Veteran Ken
   Oddish      Grass/Poison    Lady Lynette
   Pidgey      Normal/Flying   School Kid Leo
   Porygon     Normal          Backpacker Herman
   Ralts       Psychic         Ace Trainer Lena
   Rhyhorn     Ground/Rock     School Kid Shane
   Seedot      Grass           Nursery Aide Miho
   Shinx       Electric        Clerk Doug
   Slakoth     Normal          Battle Girl Karenna
   Starly      Flying/Normal   Backpacker Carlos
   Togepi      Normal          Lass Miki
   Trapinch    Ground          Pokémon Ranger Eliza
   Whismur     Normal          Veteran Rosa
   Wurmple     Bug             School Kid Silvia
  --------------------------------------------------------------------------
   SURFING:
  --------------------------------------------------------------------------
   Wooper    Water/Ground  Grace, Frederic, Herman, Lena
   Lotad     Water/Grass   Collin, Doug, Eliza, Jacques, Karenna, Marie,
                           Molly, Rosa, Ryder
   Surskit   Bug/Water     Britney, Dave, Gene, Leo, Lynette, Miho, Miki,
                           Pierce, Piper, Ralph, Robbie, Shane, Silvia
   Corphish  Water         Carlos, Emi, Ken, Vincent
  --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Again, thank you, Amphy!

Exit onto Route 15 when done.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Fearow        |  Normal/Flying       |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Gligar        |  Ground/Flying       |  47 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Kangaskhan    |  Normal              |  48 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Marowak       |  Ground              |  47 to 57     |  Grass             |
|  Pupitar       |  Rock/Ground         |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Sawk          |  Fighting            |  48 to 59     |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Throh         |  Fighting            |  48 to 59     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Watchog       |  Normal              |  60           |  Dark Grass        |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  47 to 50     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Gliscor       |  Ground/Flying       |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Tyranitar     |  Rock/Ground         |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Throh         |  Fighting            |  50           |  Grass (shaking)(B)|
|  Sawk          |  Fighting            |  50           |  Grass (shaking)(W)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Marowak Lv. 65, Exeggutor Lv. 65                       |
|                     Meditite Lv. 64, Hitmontop Lv. 64, Medicham Lv. 64     |
|                     Altaria Lv. 65, Abomasnow Lv. 65                       |
|                     Gulpin, Drifloon, Sawblu, Spheal; each at Lv. 62       |
|                     Hippowdon Lv. 63, Onix Lv. 63, Gligar Lv. 63           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go down the stairs to the south. Push this Strength boulder south thrice, east
once, south once, and east once. It'll get into the hole -- grab the Up-Grade
nearby. (Evolves Porygon into Porygon2 if it's held while traded.) Go northwest
to battle a Pokémon Ranger. Winning nets you a Sitrus Berry.

Go to the northwestern Strength boulder and push it west thrice, north twice,
and east once. Go up the nearby stairs to a patch of grass that has TM09,
Venoshock, in it.

Go west of the Pokémon Ranger to find a Battle Girl. Go to the staircase to the
northwest and go to the end of the chasm to find a Max Revive. Go back to the
Battle Girl and hop over the ledge to her west and battle the Pokémon Ranger,
who also will give you a Sitrus Berry.

There are two ledges to the east. In the big rock between them, you can find
an Ultra Ball (it's hidden). Go back to the Pokémon Ranger from earlier and
up the stairs to the west. Battle the Pokéfan nearby.

Go north to find a trainer. This trainer, Lillian, will give you a Rotom for
a Ditto. This trade is insanely important -- back in D/P/Pt, you could only
get a single Rotom per file without a trade. As you should know, Ditto are
relatively common; in Unova, they are found around the Giant Chasm.

Then go east and into the building, the Poké Transfer Lab. Here, you will
be shown to Professor Park. He will let you test out the machine. Here's what
you need to know about the Poké Transfer System:

~ You will need two DS's. In one is your Pokémon Black/White game that you
  access the Poké Transfer with. The other contains a Pokémon Diamond, Pearl,
  Platinum, HeartGold, or SoulSilver game in the card slot.
~ Once this is achieved, start the connection from the Black/White DS. On the
  D/P/Pt/HG/SS DS, go to DS Download Play and use the option that pops up.
~ You will then select six -- no more or less -- Pokémon from the PC on the
  D/P/PT/HG/SS game card to bring over to Black/White.
   ~ They cannot know HM moves.
   ~ They cannot bring over items.
   ~ You, for some odd reason, are unable to bring over a Spiky-Eared Pichu.
     (There is honestly no excuse for this, as the Pokémon was released about
      a year or so before Black/White's release.)

Whenever you're done on Route 15, head west onto the Marvelous Bridge.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Swanna        |  Water/Flying        |  47 to 50     |  Walk into shadows |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Beheeyem Lv. 65, Klinklang Lv. 65, Alomomola Lv. 65    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

In the gatehouse between Route 15 and the Bridge, you can have a triple
battle with the Ace Trainer.

On the bridge, if you spoke with the middle-eastern house girl on the Village
Bridge, she and her Patrats will be here on the bridge. Speak with her to play
a game. You must simply follow the Patrat that is told to have the Big
Mushroom. Choose correctly to get said Big Mushroom. You can do this once per
day.

As you approach the central part of the bridge, the Shadow Triad will appear.
They will tell you that Ghetsis once saved their lives; as such, they decided
to pay off the debt by becoming his loyal servants. They will hand you the
Adamant, Lustrous, and Griseous Orbs. The Adamant Orb powers up the Dragon and
Steel moves of Dialga when held; the Lustrous Orb powers up the Dragon and
Water moves of Palkia when held; the Griseous Orb will change the Forme and
power up the Dragon and Ghost moves of Giratina when held.

Further west, you'll encounter the thing you were waiting for for so long! A
man will sell you the amazing Magikarp for a mere $500, so long as you have a
free slot in your party. Why would you pass this up? Magikarps rule!



Seriously, though, you can buy a Magikarp. They are literally useless until
they evolve into Gyarados.

So, yeah, we're done exploring the rest of Unova. Next stop is the Dreamyard!
Fly to Striation City.


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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Swanna        |  Water/Flying        |  47 to 50     |  Walk into shadows |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Beheeyem Lv. 65, Klinklang Lv. 65, Alomomola Lv. 65    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Now that we've explored all that we couldn't visit of Unova pre-credits, let us
see what changed in the Dreamyard. Fly to Striation City.

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                                Striation City
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Heal up your Pokémon in the Pokémon Center, then head northeast into the
Dreamyard.

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                                  Dreamyard
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Patrat        |  Normal              |  8 to 11      |  Grass             |
|  Purrloin      |  Dark                |  8 to 11      |  Grass             |
|  Munna         |  Psychic             |  8 to 10      |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  8 to 11      |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Musharna      |  Psychic             |  11           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Ariados       |  Bug/Poison          |  49           |  Basement Grass    |
|  Kricketune    |  Bug                 |  47 to 50     |  Basement Grass    |
|  Ledian        |  Bug/Flying          |  49           |  Basement Grass    |
|  Munna         |  Psychic             |  48 to 49     |  Basement Grass    |
|  Raticate      |  Normal              |  47 to 50     |  Basement Grass    |
|  Ariados       |  Bug/Poison          |  49           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Kricketune    |  Bug                 |  48 to 50     |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Ledian        |  Bug/Flying          |  49           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Liepard       |  Dark                |  47           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Munna         |  Psychic             |  48           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Raticate      |  Normal              |  48           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Venomoth      |  Bug/Flying          |  48 to 50     |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Watchog       |  Normal              |  47           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Drowzee Lv. 63, Hypno Lv. 63, Musharna Lv. 63          |
|                     Poliwhirl Lv. 63, Musharna Lv. 63, Parasect Lv. 63     |
|                     Beldum, Metang, Beheeyem, Reuniclus; each at Lv. 63    |
|                     Jigglypuff Lv. 64, Musharna Lv. 64                     |
|                     Starmie Lv. 65, Wobbuffet Lv. 65                       |
|                     Musharna Lv. 64, Stantler Lv. 64                       |
|                     Natu Lv. 64, Xatu Lv. 64, Banette Lv. 64               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter the Dreamyard, go east and northeast when you pass the girl who
originally gave you your Pansear/Pansage/Panpour. You'll find an opening
between a barrel and the wall. This opening was once blocked by a traffic cone
prior to beating the game. Let's go through this opening and east. Descend the
stairs and you'll find the Basement.

<= Basement =>

In this area, the Trainers listed above in the table are patrolling. However,
when they see you, they will change directions to avoid you. To battle them,
wait facing a corner of their path (where they won't see you until they turn)
and press A.

Anyhow, go west and around the debris to find a Scientist, and another
Scientist is located around the debris to the south. Go southwest to find a
Psychic patrolling around the wall, with another Scientist to the southeast,
and another Psychic to the west.

West of the last-mentioned Psychic, Rudolf, you'll find a TwistedSpoon. This
item boosts the holder's Psychic moves by 20%. Go east next to find a Scientist
and a Psychic.

After defeating them, and east and upstairs.

<= Ruins =>

Go northwest to find a Revive.

Then go south to find a Team Plasma Sage, Gorm. Speak with him to get TM75,
Swords Dance. Looker then shows up and takes Gorm away for questioning.

After this little scene, go west and through the grass to find some stairs.
Go to the other side of the western wall here to find a Hyper Potion. Descend
the stairs now.

<= Basement =>

You'll find TM85, Dream Eater, to the north. This move will hit Sleeping
Pokémon, and only them, and it will damage them, then restore your HP by 50%
of whatever damage you dealt.

Leave the basement.

<= Ruins =>

Go north to find a Strength boulder. Push it into the hole and you'll make a
shortcut to come back here later on, if you so desire.

To continue along with the flow of the walkthrough, Fly to Nimbasa City.


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++     Section III- New Relic Castle Stuff                    **BW53**     ++
++                                                                         ++
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Patrat        |  Normal              |  8 to 11      |  Grass             |
|  Purrloin      |  Dark                |  8 to 11      |  Grass             |
|  Munna         |  Psychic             |  8 to 10      |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  8 to 11      |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Musharna      |  Psychic             |  11           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Ariados       |  Bug/Poison          |  49           |  Basement Grass    |
|  Kricketune    |  Bug                 |  47 to 50     |  Basement Grass    |
|  Ledian        |  Bug/Flying          |  49           |  Basement Grass    |
|  Munna         |  Psychic             |  48 to 49     |  Basement Grass    |
|  Raticate      |  Normal              |  47 to 50     |  Basement Grass    |
|  Ariados       |  Bug/Poison          |  49           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Kricketune    |  Bug                 |  48 to 50     |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Ledian        |  Bug/Flying          |  49           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Liepard       |  Dark                |  47           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Munna         |  Psychic             |  48           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Raticate      |  Normal              |  48           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Venomoth      |  Bug/Flying          |  48 to 50     |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Watchog       |  Normal              |  47           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Drowzee Lv. 63, Hypno Lv. 63, Musharna Lv. 63          |
|                     Poliwhirl Lv. 63, Musharna Lv. 63, Parasect Lv. 63     |
|                     Beldum, Metang, Beheeyem, Reuniclus; each at Lv. 63    |
|                     Jigglypuff Lv. 64, Musharna Lv. 64                     |
|                     Starmie Lv. 65, Wobbuffet Lv. 65                       |
|                     Musharna Lv. 64, Stantler Lv. 64                       |
|                     Natu Lv. 64, Xatu Lv. 64, Banette Lv. 64               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, now we're done with the Dreamyard. Fly to Nimbasa next.

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                                 Nimbasa City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                           |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Ducklett Lv. 25                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 24, Timburr Lv. 24                        |
|                     Pansage Lv. 23, Panpour Lv. 23, Pansear Lv. 23         |
|                     Whirlipede Lv. 25                                      |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 25                                         |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  The first three trainers appear in the Big Stadium and the last two are   |
|  in the Small Court. They all won't necessarily be there at the same time, |
|  so be warned.                                                             |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Heal your party here. Bring along some Dusk Balls or Ultra Balls, then head
south onto Route 4.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Darumaka      |  Fire                |  15 to 18     |  Dark sand         |
|  Sandile       |  Ground/Dark         |  15 to 18     |  Dark sand         |
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  16 to 17     |  Dark sand         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Basculin Lv. 18 (x2)                                   |
|                     Basculin Lv. 16 (x4)                                   |
|                     Tympole Lv. 18 (x2)                                    |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 17 (x2), Timburr Lv. 17                 |
|                     Timburr Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 19                                        |
|                     Cottonee Lv. 19                                        |
|                     Petilil Lv. 18                                         |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Pidove Lv. 19                                          |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 18, Timburr Lv. 18                      |
|                     Timburr Lv. 19                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go south and past the highway. Go west when possible, then go north and west.
You'll find a gatehouse; go north through it.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Darumaka      |  Fire                |  19 to 20     |  Dark sand         |
|  Sandile       |  Ground/Dark         |  19 to 22     |  Dark sand         |
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  20           |  Dark sand         |
|  Maractus      |  Grass               |  20           |  Dark sand         |
|  Dwebble       |  Bug/Rock            |  20 to 22     |  Dark sand         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Solosis Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Tranquill Lv. 23                                       |
|                     Watchog Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Gothita Lv. 24                                         |
|                     Maractus Lv. 23                                        |
|                     Yamask Lv. 22, Munna Lv. 22                            |
|                     Ducklett Lv. 24                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 23, Blitzle Lv. 23                        |
|                     Solosis Lv. 23, Woobat Lv. 23                          |
|                     Dwebble Lv. 23                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go to the north-central portion of the area, near the weird statues. As you
try to enter, Professor Juniper will exit the Relic Castle. She will explain
her research of these statues, which are actually Darmanitan using their Zen
Mode ability. You will then be given a RageCandyBar. You can use it to awaken
and battle one.

Anyhow, enter the Castle.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Yamask        |  Ghost               |  19 to 22     |  Walk around(1F-B2)|
|  Sandile       |  Ground/Dark         |  19 to 21     |  Walk around(1F-B2)|
|  Cofragrigus   |  Ghost               |  34 to 37     |  Walk around(B3-B5)|
|  Krokorok      |  Ground/Dark         |  34 to 37     |  Walk around(B3-B5)|
|  Krokorok      |  Ground/Dark         |  47 to 50     |  Walk around (B6F) |
|  Cofagrigus    |  Ghost               |  48 to 50     |  Walk around (B6F) |
|  Onix          |  Rock/Ground         |  48 to 50     |  Walk around (B6F) |
|  Sandslash     |  Ground              |  47 to 50     |  Walk around (B6F) |
|  Claydol       |  Ground/Psychic      |  47 to 50     |  Volcarona's room  |
|  Volcarona     |  Fire/Bug            |  70           |  Volcarona's room  |
|============================================================================|
|  (1F) Trainers' Pokémon: Sigilyph Lv. 24                                   |
|                          Woobat Lv. 23, Munna Lv. 23                       |
|                                                                            |
|  Team Plasma Grunts' Pokémon:                                              |
|  (B6F) Krookodile Lv. 64                                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

   NOTE: Any mention of items is made assuming you haven't gotten them yet.

<= 1F =>

Go around to the northwestern corner of the room. Speak with the nearby
Backpacker to get a Fossil if you didn't already, then go down the stairs
to the south.

<= B1F =>

Go into the quicksand pit.

<= B2F =>

After you fall, go south to find a Max Potion. Go past the quicksand to the
west and go past it to the south.

WALK past the quicksand to find TM30 (Shadow Ball), a decent Ghost-type move
that may lower Special Defense (of the target). Now, fall through the
quicksand.

<= B3F =>

Go southwest to find a Max Revive. Go further west to find a PP Up, then go
into the quicksand pit nearby.

<= B4F =>

Hop down this ledge and you'll be able to grab the Sun Stone to the east. You
will need to backtrack back here afterwards.

When you return, go west and into the quicksand pit.

<= B5F =>

When you land, you will be in the room with the staircase to the northwest and
a doorway to the northeast. Take the doorway.

<= B5F, transitioning to B6F =>

Here, to the north, you'll find a Team Plasma Grunt. He'll be suprised to see
you and run down the stairs. Go into the next room to battle his lone
Krookodile.

He will then let you know that Ryoku, another Team Plasma Sage, is looking for
something in here.

In this maze-like area, go down, left, down, and left twice. You'll find Ryoku
in this room. Speak with him to get TM04 (Calm Mind). Looker then takes Ryoku
for questioning. Go through the doorway nearby and you'll find a Volcanrona in
this room. It is not a real legendary. However, it is Lv. 70 and there is only
one other way I can think of to get one -- level up the Larvesta that hatches
from the Egg gotten on Route 18 to Lv. 59. Anyhow, save and interact with the
Volcarona to battle.
 ________________________________
|  Special Encounter: Volcarona  \
|_________________________________\__________________________________________
|  Level: 70.                                                                |
|  Type : Bug/Fire.                                                          |
|  Moves: - Silver Wind                                                      |
|         - Quiver Dance                                                     |
|         - Heat Wave                                                        |
|         - Bug Buzz                                                         |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Volcarona is weak to Rock (4x), Flying, Ground, and Water.                |
|                                                                            |
|  Catching it is as with the other Pokémon. You'll want to False Swipe it   |
|  until it hits one HP. You then want to Sleep, Freeze, or Paralyze it with |
|  an attack that deals no damage (eg. Hypnosis, Thunder Wave). After this,  |
|  you should throw Ultra Balls or Dusk Balls. It may take a while, but you  |
|  will catch it eventually.                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, return to the previous room. Go left twice, up once, left
once, up once, and left once more. This room has a huge staircase and about
half a dozen staircases to go up. Anyhow, pick up TM26, Earthquake, and go to
the top and outside.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Darumaka      |  Fire                |  19 to 20     |  Dark sand         |
|  Sandile       |  Ground/Dark         |  19 to 22     |  Dark sand         |
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  20           |  Dark sand         |
|  Maractus      |  Grass               |  20           |  Dark sand         |
|  Dwebble       |  Bug/Rock            |  20 to 22     |  Dark sand         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Solosis Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Tranquill Lv. 23                                       |
|                     Watchog Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Gothita Lv. 24                                         |
|                     Maractus Lv. 23                                        |
|                     Yamask Lv. 22, Munna Lv. 22                            |
|                     Ducklett Lv. 24                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 23, Blitzle Lv. 23                        |
|                     Solosis Lv. 23, Woobat Lv. 23                          |
|                     Dwebble Lv. 23                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

To preserve the flow of the guide, now Fly to Opelucid City. 


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++     Section IV- Challenger's Cave                          **BW54**     ++
++                                                                         ++
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Darumaka      |  Fire                |  19 to 20     |  Dark sand         |
|  Sandile       |  Ground/Dark         |  19 to 22     |  Dark sand         |
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  20           |  Dark sand         |
|  Maractus      |  Grass               |  20           |  Dark sand         |
|  Dwebble       |  Bug/Rock            |  20 to 22     |  Dark sand         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Solosis Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Tranquill Lv. 23                                       |
|                     Watchog Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Gothita Lv. 24                                         |
|                     Maractus Lv. 23                                        |
|                     Yamask Lv. 22, Munna Lv. 22                            |
|                     Ducklett Lv. 24                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 23, Blitzle Lv. 23                        |
|                     Solosis Lv. 23, Woobat Lv. 23                          |
|                     Dwebble Lv. 23                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After having explored all of the remaining Relic Castle, exit and Fly to
Opelucid City.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found in this location.                               |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Simisage Lv. 39, Simisear Lv. 39, Simipour Lv. 39      |
|                     Mienfoo Lv. 39, Elgyem Lv. 39, Pawniard Lv. 39         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Restore your Pokémon here. Bring a Pokémon with Flash and Surf, then go west
onto Route 9.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Garbodor      |  Poison              |  31 to 33     |  Grass             |
|  Liepard       |  Dark                |  33           |  Grass             |
|  Minccino      |  Normal              |  32           |  Grass             |
|  Pawniard      |  Dark/Steel          |  31 to 34     |  Grass             |
|  Gothorita     |  Psychic             |  31 to 34     |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Duosion       |  Psychic             |  31 to 34     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  31 to 34     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  32           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Cinccino      |  Normal              |  34           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Gothitelle    |  Psychic             |  34           |  Grass (shaking)(B)|
|  Reuniclus     |  Psychic             |  34           |  Grass (shaking)(W)|
|============================================================================|
|  On-Route Trainers' Pokémon:                                               |
|  Krokorok Lv. 36, Scraggy Lv. 36                                           |
|  Krokorok Lv. 36, Garbodor Lv. 36                                          |
|  Scraggy Lv. 37 (x2)                                                       |
|  Pawniard Lv. 37                                                           |
|  Scraggy Lv. 37                                                            |
|         								     |
|  Shopping Mall Trainers' Pokémon:                                          |
|   (First floor) Minccino Lv. 36, Lilligant Lv. 36                          |
|  (Second floor) Liepard Lv. 36                                             |
|   (Third floor) Minccino Lv. 36, Lampent Lv. 36                            |
|                 Minccino Lv. 36                                            |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Remember that gap in the fence? Go there now and follow the path.

You'll soon find a cave entrance. Previously, it was blocked by a Black Belt
who wouldn't let you in. Since you beat the Elite Four, you are now permitted
inside. Go inside.

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|                            1F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  48           |  Walk around       |
|  Graveler      |  Rock                |  47 to 49     |  Walk around       |
|  Lickitung     |  Normal              |  49 to 50     |  Walk around       |
|  Mawile        |  Steel               |  49           |  Walk around       |
|  Sableye       |  Dark/Ghost          |  49           |  Walk around       |
|  Woobat        |  Psychic/Flying      |  47           |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground/Steel        |  47 to 50     |  Walk around(swirl)|
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  5 to 55      |  Surfing           |
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Poliwag       |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Water/Fighting      |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Poliwrath     |  Water/Fighting      |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                           B1F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  48           |  Walk around       |
|  Graveler      |  Rock                |  47 to 49     |  Walk around       |
|  Lickitung     |  Normal              |  49 to 50     |  Walk around       |
|  Mawile        |  Steel               |  49           |  Walk around       |
|  Sableye       |  Dark/Ghost          |  49           |  Walk around       |
|  Woobat        |  Psychic/Flying      |  47           |  Walk around       |
|  Riolu         |  Fighting            |  49 to 50     |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground/Steel        |  47 to 50     |  Walk around(swirl)|
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  5 to 55      |  Surfing           |
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Poliwag       |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Water/Fighting      |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Poliwrath     |  Water/Fighting      |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                           B2F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  48           |  Walk around       |
|  Graveler      |  Rock                |  47 to 49     |  Walk around       |
|  Lickitung     |  Normal              |  49 to 50     |  Walk around       |
|  Mawile        |  Steel               |  49           |  Walk around       |
|  Sableye       |  Dark/Ghost          |  49           |  Walk around       |
|  Woobat        |  Psychic/Flying      |  47           |  Walk around       |
|  Riolu         |  Fighting            |  49 to 50     |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground/Steel        |  47 to 50     |  Walk around(swirl)|
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  5 to 55      |  Surfing           |
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Poliwag       |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Water/Fighting      |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Poliwrath     |  Water/Fighting      |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon:                                                        |
|   (1F) Golbat Lv. 65                                                       |
|  (B1F) Dratini Lv. 63, Sudowoodo Lv. 63, Manectric Lv. 63, Scyther Lv. 63  |
|        Furret Lv. 64, Gabite Lv. 64, Grumpig Lv. 64                        |
|  (B2F)        ,-> Gyarados Lv. 62, Crobat Lv. 62, Snorlax Lv. 63,          |
|  Same Trainer +-> Druddigon Lv. 62, Gigalith Lv. 62, Excadrill Lv. 62      |
|        Wormadam Lv. 64, Cloyster Lv. 64, Ninetales Lv. 64, Leavanny Lv. 64 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

<= 1F =>

Use Flash first. Then go north and battle the Backpacker. Head northeast and
descend the stairwell.

<= B1F =>

Go east, using the Dowsing MCHN, and you'll find an Ether in a rock. You'll
also battle a nearby Ace Trainer. Go east and north to find another Ace
Trainer. Go north from this Ace Trainer and up the stairs. Cross the bridge
nearby to find a Nugget. Go northwest of the stairs to find a PP Up.

Return to where you found Ace Trainer Beverly and go west, between some
rocks, and descend the stairs.

<= B2F =>

Go north to find some water. Surf east until you hit land. South from here, you
can find a rock with a Full Restore.

Head north to find a Veteran, then go east until you cross a second bridge. You
can use the Dowsing MCHN to find a Max Ether nearby. Continue along the path
and you will find some westbound stairs. Go east of them to find a Timer Ball.

Return to and traverse the stairs. Cross the bridge you'll find going over the
water. Go southwest, using the Dowsing MCHN, and you'll find a Star Piece in a
rock. Go northeast to find a Veteran to battle.

Surf north of this last Veteran to find an Oval Stone; Surf east of her to find
a Black Belt (the holder's Fighting moves are 20% more powerful). While Surfing
east to find said Black Belt, use the Dowsing MCHN to find a Heart Scale.

Return to the Veteran and go down the stairs to the west to find a Rare Candy
in a rock. Go northwest of this Rare Candy to find a Protein, to the northeast
of which you'll find TM71, Stone Edge.

Exit the cave -- we're done here.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Garbodor      |  Poison              |  31 to 33     |  Grass             |
|  Liepard       |  Dark                |  33           |  Grass             |
|  Minccino      |  Normal              |  32           |  Grass             |
|  Pawniard      |  Dark/Steel          |  31 to 34     |  Grass             |
|  Gothorita     |  Psychic             |  31 to 34     |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Duosion       |  Psychic             |  31 to 34     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  31 to 34     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  32           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Cinccino      |  Normal              |  34           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Gothitelle    |  Psychic             |  34           |  Grass (shaking)(B)|
|  Reuniclus     |  Psychic             |  34           |  Grass (shaking)(W)|
|============================================================================|
|  On-Route Trainers' Pokémon:                                               |
|  Krokorok Lv. 36, Scraggy Lv. 36                                           |
|  Krokorok Lv. 36, Garbodor Lv. 36                                          |
|  Scraggy Lv. 37 (x2)                                                       |
|  Pawniard Lv. 37                                                           |
|  Scraggy Lv. 37                                                            |
|         								     |
|  Shopping Mall Trainers' Pokémon:                                          |
|   (First floor) Minccino Lv. 36, Lilligant Lv. 36                          |
|  (Second floor) Liepard Lv. 36                                             |
|   (Third floor) Minccino Lv. 36, Lampent Lv. 36                            |
|                 Minccino Lv. 36                                            |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Now that we've explored Challenger's Cave, we will keep the FAQ's flow going
by next Flying to Nimbasa City.


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++                                                                         ++
++     Section V- Anville Town                                **BW55**     ++
++                                                                         ++
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Garbodor      |  Poison              |  31 to 33     |  Grass             |
|  Liepard       |  Dark                |  33           |  Grass             |
|  Minccino      |  Normal              |  32           |  Grass             |
|  Pawniard      |  Dark/Steel          |  31 to 34     |  Grass             |
|  Gothorita     |  Psychic             |  31 to 34     |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Duosion       |  Psychic             |  31 to 34     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  31 to 34     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  32           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Cinccino      |  Normal              |  34           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Gothitelle    |  Psychic             |  34           |  Grass (shaking)(B)|
|  Reuniclus     |  Psychic             |  34           |  Grass (shaking)(W)|
|============================================================================|
|  On-Route Trainers' Pokémon:                                               |
|  Krokorok Lv. 36, Scraggy Lv. 36                                           |
|  Krokorok Lv. 36, Garbodor Lv. 36                                          |
|  Scraggy Lv. 37 (x2)                                                       |
|  Pawniard Lv. 37                                                           |
|  Scraggy Lv. 37                                                            |
|         								     |
|  Shopping Mall Trainers' Pokémon:                                          |
|   (First floor) Minccino Lv. 36, Lilligant Lv. 36                          |
|  (Second floor) Liepard Lv. 36                                             |
|   (Third floor) Minccino Lv. 36, Lampent Lv. 36                            |
|                 Minccino Lv. 36                                            |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Once you're done with Challenger's Cave, head to Nimbasa City.

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                                 Nimbasa City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                           |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Ducklett Lv. 25                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 24, Timburr Lv. 24                        |
|                     Pansage Lv. 23, Panpour Lv. 23, Pansear Lv. 23         |
|                     Whirlipede Lv. 25                                      |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 25                                         |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  The first three trainers appear in the Big Stadium and the last two are   |
|  in the Small Court. They all won't necessarily be there at the same time, |
|  so be warned.                                                             |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up your Pokémon if desired, though we won't be doing any battling for this
section -- just exploring. Go into the Battle Subway. Check the plaques near
the trains until you find the Anville Town train -- I think its the brown-ish
one. Go into the train to find Anville Town.

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                                 Anville Town
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Here, you can go upstairs. On weekends, you can complete trades with the
various people here.

~~ Give Escape Ropes to the male Backpacker to receive Revives.
~~ Give 20 Poké Balls to the Ace Trainer to receive a Full Restore.
~~ Give a Star Piece to the Clerk to receive PP Ups!

You can also go into the southeastern house to find an officer. Speak with
him to receive a Rare Candy.

That's it -- Fly to Castelia City next.


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++                                                                         ++
++     Section VI- The Royal Unova                            **BW56**     ++
++                                                                         ++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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                                 Anville Town
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After you're done in Anville Town, Fly to Castelia City.

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                                Castelia City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found in this location.                         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Herdier Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Timburr Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Petilil Lv. 18, Cottonee Lv. 18                        |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 19                                      |
|                     Basculin Lv. 17 (x3)                                   |
|                     Woobat Lv. 20                                          |
|                     Munna Lv. 20                                           |
|                     Sewaddle Lv. 20                                        |
|                     Pansear Lv. 19, Pansage Lv. 19, Panpour Lv. 19         |
|                     Trubbish Lv. 20, Minccino Lv. 20                       |
|                     Pansage Lv. 21                                         |
|                     Panpour Lv. 21                                         |
|                     Pansear Lv. 21                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go into the Pokémon Center and heal your Pokémon. Then go south to the pier and
you'll find the Royal Unova.

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                               The Royal Unova
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found in this location.                         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Rotom Lv. 65, Alomomola Lv. 65, Butterfree Lv. 65      |
|                     Tauros Lv. 66, Wailord Lv. 66                          |
|                     Chingling Lv. 64, Wormadam Lv. 64                      |
|                     Aipom Lv. 64, Murkrow Lv. 64                           |
|                     Meowth Lv. 64, Eevee Lv. 63, Vulpix Lv. 63             |
|                     Liepard Lv. 64, Arbok Lv. 64                           |
|                     Houndour Lv. 63, Houndoom Lv. 63, Noctowl Lv. 63       |
|                     Emolga Lv. 65                                          |
|                     Ariados Lv. 64, Floatzel Lv. 64                        |
|                     Spearow Lv. 64, Fearow Lv. 64, Linoone Lv. 64          |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Please note that not every single one of these Trainers will appear every |
|  single day.                                                               |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you arrive on the pier, speak with the lady outside between these times...

- Spring: 17:00 to 19:59 (5:00 PM to 7:59 PM)
- Summer: 19:00 to 20:59 (7:00 PM to 8:59 PM)
- Autumn: 17:00 to 19:59 (5:00 PM to 7:59 PM)
- Winter: 16:00 to 18:59 (4:00 PM to 6:59 PM)

... and you will be allowed on the ship. During this certain amount of given
time, your goal is to defeat all of the Trainers all on ship. If you defeat
them all, you'll get a certain prize:

                      O-------------O-----------------O
                      |  Day        |  Item Received  |
                      O-------------O-----------------O
                      |  Sunday     |  Rare Candy     |
                      |  Monday     |  Lava Cookie    |
                      |  Tuesday    |  Berry Juice    |
                      |  Wednesday  |  Lava Cookie    |
                      |  Thursday   |  Old Gateau     |
                      |  Friday     |  Lava Cookie    |
                      |  Saturday   |  RageCandyBar   |
                      O-------------O-----------------O

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                                Castelia City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found in this location.                         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Herdier Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Timburr Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Petilil Lv. 18, Cottonee Lv. 18                        |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 19                                      |
|                     Basculin Lv. 17 (x3)                                   |
|                     Woobat Lv. 20                                          |
|                     Munna Lv. 20                                           |
|                     Sewaddle Lv. 20                                        |
|                     Pansear Lv. 19, Pansage Lv. 19, Panpour Lv. 19         |
|                     Trubbish Lv. 20, Minccino Lv. 20                       |
|                     Pansage Lv. 21                                         |
|                     Panpour Lv. 21                                         |
|                     Pansear Lv. 21                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After landing, you'll need to search for the Seven Sages. We will start in
Nuvema Town.


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++                                                                         ++
++     Section VII- Seven Sage Hunting                        **BW57**     ++
++                                                                         ++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

During the course of exploring the remaining parts of Unova, you probably got
to find some of the Seven Sages. Just so you know, we will cover these in the
manner we've been covering the rest of the FAQ. The order they come in is this:

- Rood
- Gorm
- Ryoku
- Zinzolin
- Bronius
- Giallo

The last one, Ghetsis, has a location unknown to any person for now.

Begin by Flying to Nuvema Town.

(Another note: The directions will proceed as if you have not obtained any of
 the items or battled the Trainers in the area, but mainly for the area you
 find the Sage in.)

==============================================================================
                                     ROOD
==============================================================================

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                                 Nuvema Town
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Heal your Pokémon at your mother's if needed, then exit north onto Route 1.

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                                   Route 1
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Lillipup      |  Normal              |  2 to 4       |  Grass             |
|  Patrat        |  Normal              |  2 to 4       |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  2 to 4       |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Swoobat Lv. 35, Simisear Lv. 35                        |
|                     Frillish Lv. 34 (x2)                                   |
|                     Cinccino Lv. 35, Zebstrika Lv. 35                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go along the Route and you'll eventually find a set of stairs on the west side,
bordered by some water. Surf on it and go west and south until you find some
land.

Land and go west; you'll soon find a Max Ether (heals all of the PP of a move).
Then head east to find and battle a Pokémon Ranger, who will give you a Persim
Berry after winning (heals confusion). Go southwest and you'll find a
Fisherman, with another Pokémon Ranger to the south (win = Persim Berry).

That's it for this Route; go west to Route 17.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  28 to 31     |  Grass             |
|  Watchog       |  Normal              |  28 to 30     |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  5 to 15      |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Sawk          |  Fighting            |  33 to 35     |  Grass (shaking)(W)|
|  Throh         |  Fighting            |  33 to 35     |  Grass (shaking)(B)|
|  Frillish      |  Water/Ghost         |  5 to 15      |  Surf              |
|  Alomomola     |  Water               |  5 to 20      |  Surf (bubble)     |
|  Jellicent     |  Water/Ghost         |  5 to 20      |  Surf (bubble)     |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Basculin Lv. 34 (x2)                                   |
|                     Alomomola Lv. 35                                       |
|                     Basculin Lv. 32 (x4)                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go west onto and the Surf onto the sandbar. Battle the Fisherman, then grab
the nearby TM06 (Toxic). Then go southwest, around the rocks, to find a Swimmer
for battling. Go south from her to find some water currents. Get into the
middle one. When you stop, go southeast and battle the Swimmer, then go north
and east to find a DeepSeaTooth (boosts Clamperl's Special Attack; will make it
evolve into Huntail if held when traded).

Return to the three currents from earlier and take the bottom one onto
Route 18.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  28 to 31     |  Grass             |
|  Watchog       |  Normal              |  28 to 30     |  Grass             |
|  Dwebble       |  Bug/Rock            |  30 to 31     |  Grass             |
|  Sawk          |  Fighting            |  29 to 31     |  Grass (Black)     |
|  Throh         |  Fighting            |  29 to 31     |  Grass (White)     |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  5 to 15      |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Sawk          |  Fighting            |  33 to 35     |  Grass (shaking)(W)|
|  Throh         |  Fighting            |  33 to 35     |  Grass (shaking)(B)|
|  Crustle       |  Bug/Rock            |  34 to 35     |  Darker Grass      |
|  Frillish      |  Water/Ghost         |  5 to 15      |  Surf              |
|  Alomomola     |  Water               |  5 to 20      |  Surf (bubble)     |
|  Jellicent     |  Water/Ghost         |  5 to 20      |  Surf (bubble)     |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Boldore Lv. 34, Crustle Lv. 34                         |
|                     Emolga Lv. 35                                          |
|                     Whimsicott Lv. 35                                      |
|                     Basculin Lv. 35, Simisage Lv. 35, Darmanitan Lv. 35    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you arrive, land and go up the stairways and you'll soon be able to go
against a Hiker. After the battle, go northwest through the grass and you will
find a house. The Pokémon Ranger inside can give you a Pokémon Egg that will
hatch into Larvesta (Fire/Bug type; evolves at Lv. 59 to Volcorona). The
blue-haired girl inside will also heal your Pokémon.

Go back outside and continue along the path to find a Backpacker to battle.
Then go south and over the bridge. Use Strength to move the boulder and go into
the grass to pick up the Max Elixir (heals all 4 moves' PP completely). Go down
the stairs to the west. Use Strength to move the boulder and continue along the
path to find a Backpacker.

Pick up the Dragon Scale to the northwest (will evolve Seadra into Kingdra if
held while trading). Return to the beach and there, you'll find Rood. Speak
with him to receive TM32, Double Team, before Looker takes him away.


==============================================================================
                                     GORM
==============================================================================

Fly to Striation City.

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                                Striation City
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Heal up your Pokémon in the Pokémon Center, then head northeast into the
Dreamyard.

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                                  Dreamyard
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Patrat        |  Normal              |  8 to 11      |  Grass             |
|  Purrloin      |  Dark                |  8 to 11      |  Grass             |
|  Munna         |  Psychic             |  8 to 10      |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  8 to 11      |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Musharna      |  Psychic             |  11           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Ariados       |  Bug/Poison          |  49           |  Basement Grass    |
|  Kricketune    |  Bug                 |  47 to 50     |  Basement Grass    |
|  Ledian        |  Bug/Flying          |  49           |  Basement Grass    |
|  Munna         |  Psychic             |  48 to 49     |  Basement Grass    |
|  Raticate      |  Normal              |  47 to 50     |  Basement Grass    |
|  Ariados       |  Bug/Poison          |  49           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Kricketune    |  Bug                 |  48 to 50     |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Ledian        |  Bug/Flying          |  49           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Liepard       |  Dark                |  47           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Munna         |  Psychic             |  48           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Raticate      |  Normal              |  48           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Venomoth      |  Bug/Flying          |  48 to 50     |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|  Watchog       |  Normal              |  47           |  Ruins' Dark Grass |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Drowzee Lv. 63, Hypno Lv. 63, Musharna Lv. 63          |
|                     Poliwhirl Lv. 63, Musharna Lv. 63, Parasect Lv. 63     |
|                     Beldum, Metang, Beheeyem, Reuniclus; each at Lv. 63    |
|                     Jigglypuff Lv. 64, Musharna Lv. 64                     |
|                     Starmie Lv. 65, Wobbuffet Lv. 65                       |
|                     Musharna Lv. 64, Stantler Lv. 64                       |
|                     Natu Lv. 64, Xatu Lv. 64, Banette Lv. 64               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter the Dreamyard, go east and northeast when you pass the girl who
originally gave you your Pansear/Pansage/Panpour. You'll find an opening
between a barrel and the wall. This opening was once blocked by a traffic cone
prior to beating the game. Let's go through this opening and east. Descend the
stairs and you'll find the Basement.

<= Basement =>

In this area, the Trainers listed above in the table are patrolling. However,
when they see you, they will change directions to avoid you. To battle them,
wait facing a corner of their path (where they won't see you until they turn)
and press A.

Anyhow, go west and around the debris to find a Scientist, and another
Scientist is located around the debris to the south. Go southwest to find a
Psychic patrolling around the wall, with another Scientist to the southeast,
and another Psychic to the west.

West of the last-mentioned Psychic, Rudolf, you'll find a TwistedSpoon. This
item boosts the holder's Psychic moves by 20%. Go east next to find a Scientist
and a Psychic.

After defeating them, and east and upstairs.

<= Ruins =>

Go northwest to find a Revive.

Then go south to find a Team Plasma Sage, Gorm. Speak with him to get TM75,
Swords Dance. Looker then shows up and takes Gorm away for questioning.


==============================================================================
                                    RYOKU
==============================================================================

Fly to Nimbasa City.

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                                 Nimbasa City
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                           |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Ducklett Lv. 25                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 24, Timburr Lv. 24                        |
|                     Pansage Lv. 23, Panpour Lv. 23, Pansear Lv. 23         |
|                     Whirlipede Lv. 25                                      |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 25                                         |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  The first three trainers appear in the Big Stadium and the last two are   |
|  in the Small Court. They all won't necessarily be there at the same time, |
|  so be warned.                                                             |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Heal your party here. Bring along some Dusk Balls or Ultra Balls, then head
south onto Route 4.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Darumaka      |  Fire                |  15 to 18     |  Dark sand         |
|  Sandile       |  Ground/Dark         |  15 to 18     |  Dark sand         |
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  16 to 17     |  Dark sand         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Basculin Lv. 18 (x2)                                   |
|                     Basculin Lv. 16 (x4)                                   |
|                     Tympole Lv. 18 (x2)                                    |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 17 (x2), Timburr Lv. 17                 |
|                     Timburr Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 19                                        |
|                     Cottonee Lv. 19                                        |
|                     Petilil Lv. 18                                         |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Pidove Lv. 19                                          |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 18, Timburr Lv. 18                      |
|                     Timburr Lv. 19                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go south and past the highway. Go west when possible, then go north and west.
You'll find a gatehouse; go north through it.

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                                Desert Resort
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Darumaka      |  Fire                |  19 to 20     |  Dark sand         |
|  Sandile       |  Ground/Dark         |  19 to 22     |  Dark sand         |
|  Scraggy       |  Dark/Fighting       |  20           |  Dark sand         |
|  Maractus      |  Grass               |  20           |  Dark sand         |
|  Dwebble       |  Bug/Rock            |  20 to 22     |  Dark sand         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Solosis Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Tranquill Lv. 23                                       |
|                     Watchog Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Gothita Lv. 24                                         |
|                     Maractus Lv. 23                                        |
|                     Yamask Lv. 22, Munna Lv. 22                            |
|                     Ducklett Lv. 24                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 23, Blitzle Lv. 23                        |
|                     Solosis Lv. 23, Woobat Lv. 23                          |
|                     Dwebble Lv. 23                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go to the north-central portion of the area, near the weird statues. As you
try to enter, Professor Juniper will exit the Relic Castle. She will explain
her research of these statues, which are actually Darmanitan using their Zen
Mode ability. You will then be given a RageCandyBar. You can use it to awaken
and battle one.

Anyhow, enter the Castle.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Yamask        |  Ghost               |  19 to 22     |  Walk around(1F-B2)|
|  Sandile       |  Ground/Dark         |  19 to 21     |  Walk around(1F-B2)|
|  Cofragrigus   |  Ghost               |  34 to 37     |  Walk around(B3-B5)|
|  Krokorok      |  Ground/Dark         |  34 to 37     |  Walk around(B3-B5)|
|  Krokorok      |  Ground/Dark         |  47 to 50     |  Walk around (B6F) |
|  Cofagrigus    |  Ghost               |  48 to 50     |  Walk around (B6F) |
|  Onix          |  Rock/Ground         |  48 to 50     |  Walk around (B6F) |
|  Sandslash     |  Ground              |  47 to 50     |  Walk around (B6F) |
|  Claydol       |  Ground/Psychic      |  47 to 50     |  Volcarona's room  |
|  Volcarona     |  Fire/Bug            |  70           |  Volcarona's room  |
|============================================================================|
|  (1F) Trainers' Pokémon: Sigilyph Lv. 24                                   |
|                          Woobat Lv. 23, Munna Lv. 23                       |
|                                                                            |
|  Team Plasma Grunts' Pokémon:                                              |
|  (B6F) Krookodile Lv. 64                                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

<= 1F =>

Go around to the northwestern corner of the room. Speak with the nearby
Backpacker to get a Fossil if you didn't already, then go down the stairs
to the south.

<= B1F =>

Go into the quicksand pit.

<= B2F =>

After you fall, go south to find a Max Potion. Go past the quicksand to the
west and go past it to the south.

WALK past the quicksand to find TM30 (Shadow Ball), a decent Ghost-type move
that may lower Special Defense (of the target). Now, fall through the
quicksand.

<= B3F =>

Go southwest to find a Max Revive. Go further west to find a PP Up, then go
into the quicksand pit nearby.

<= B4F =>

Hop down this ledge and you'll be able to grab the Sun Stone to the east. You
will need to backtrack back here afterwards.

When you return, go west and into the quicksand pit.

<= B5F =>

When you land, you will be in the room with the staircase to the northwest and
a doorway to the northeast. Take the doorway.

<= B5F, transitioning to B6F =>

Here, to the north, you'll find a Team Plasma Grunt. He'll be suprised to see
you and run down the stairs. Go into the next room to battle his lone
Krookodile.

He will then let you know that Ryoku, another Team Plasma Sage, is looking for
something in here.

In this maze-like area, go down, left, down, and left twice. You'll find Ryoku
in this room. Speak with him to get TM04 (Calm Mind). Looker then takes Ryoku
for questioning.


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                                   ZINZOLIN
==============================================================================

Fly to Driftveil City.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon to be found here at this time.              |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Krokorok Lv. 27, Zebstrika Lv. 27, Basculin Lv. 27     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go inside the Pokémon Center, heal, and head south to the Cold Storage.

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                                 Cold Storage
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Herdier       |  Normal              |  21 to 23     |  Grass             |
|  Minccino      |  Normal              |  20           |  Grass             |
|  Timburr       |  Fighting            |  21 to 22     |  Grass             |
|  Vanillite     |  Ice                 |  20 to 23     |  Grass             |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  20 to 23     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Cinccino      |  Normal              |  23           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Stountland    |  Normal              |  23           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Outside Trainers' Pokémon: Whirlipede Lv. 24, Karrablast Lv. 24           |
|                             Joltik Lv. 24, Dwebble Lv. 24                  |
|                             Pansage Lv. 24, Timburr Lv. 24                 |
| 									     |
|  Inside Trainers' Pokémon: Pansear Lv. 24, Timburr Lv. 24                  |
|                            Panpour Lv. 24, Timburr Lv. 24                  |
|                            Gurdurr Lv. 25                                  |
|                            Vanillite Lv. 24, Timburr Lv. 24                |
|                            Timburr Lv. 23 (x2), Vanillite Lv. 23           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go in-between the two buildings to the east and speak with a worker to receive
the Rocky Helmet. This item, when held, and the holder is hit with a Physical
Attack such as Tackle or Vine Whip, will cause the attacker to lose 12.5% of
their max HP. Go further east to battle a Youngster, and further east to battle
another one.

Return to the beginning of the area and go south. Near the vending machine, use
the Dowsing MCHN and you'll be able to find a hidden PP Up, which increases the
maximum PP of a move by 20%. Go east and through the grass to find an Ether.
Go further along to find a Worker and a Protein nearby.

After grabbing the Protein, go back west and south. Go into the grass west of
the building you are near and follow the path to find a Heart Scale. Return to
the entrance of the building and go inside..

Upon entering, you should go up the stairs near the worker to the west and get
the Net Ball. Return to ground level and go forward. You'll find an icy floor.

Begin by going up from the leftmost square, then right, and then down and you
will find TM55 (Scald) - it is Water-type move that can Burn. Return to the
start of the ice and use a different tile, then go right.

Battle and defeat the worker and go east across the ice patch. Go up the stairs
to battle a Worker. Defeat him and you'll find another ice patch to the east.
On it, go right, up, left, down. This will lead you to a set of crates, atop
which you'll find another battle-able worker.

After defeating Filipe, go south and descend the stairs to battle another
Worker. Grab the nearby Ice Heal and go north. Slide across the ice using one
of the two westernmost tiles. Continue to n-n-n-north to a r-r-rather c-c-cold
Worker. Battle and defeat him.

Northeast of this worker, you'll find a Hyper Potion. Go west to find an open
crate. Go inside.

There, you'll find Zinzolin. Speak with him to receive TM01 (Hone Claws) before
Looker takes him away.


==============================================================================
                                   BRONIUS
==============================================================================

Fly to Mistralton City.

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                               Mistralton City
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Go into the cave to the south.

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                               Chargestone Cave
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  24           |  Walk around       |
|  Ferroseed     |  Grass/Steel         |  24 to 25     |  Walk around       |
|  Joltik        |  Bug/Electric        |  24 to 27     |  Walk around       |
|  Klink         |  Steel               |  25 to 27     |  Walk around       |
|  Tynamo        |  Electric            |  27           |  Walk around       |
|  Drilbur       |  Ground              |  24 to 27     |  Walk around(swirl)|
|============================================================================|
|  (1F) Trainers' Pokémon: Klink Lv. 29                                      |
|                          Archen Lv. 31                                     |
|                          Boldore Lv. 26, Gurdurr Lv. 26                    |
|                          Klink Lv. 29                                      |
|                          Klink Lv. 29                                      |
|                          Whimsicott Lv. 30, Tirtouga Lv. 30                |
|                                                                            |
|  (B1F) Trainers' Pokémon: Swadloon Lv. 29                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  (B2F) Team Plasma Grunts' Pokémon: Watchog Lv. 63, Scrafty Lv. 63         |
|                                     Liepard Lv. 62 (x2), Garbodor Lv. 63   |
|                                                                            |
|  (B2F) Trainers' Pokémon: Drilbur Lv. 30, Zebstrika Lv. 30                 |
|                           Gothia Lv. 29, Ducklett Lv. 29, Lilligant Lv. 29 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

<= 1F =>

Go south and west to the four-way intersection. Go north and descend the
stairs.

<= B1F =>

Go down the stairs to the west.

<= B2F =>

Go south to find and battle an Ace Trainer. After the battle, push the floating
rock nearby to the east. Go east and north to find a BrightPowder (raises the
holder's ability to evade by 10%). Go south now and battle another Ace Trainer.

Descend the stairs near her and you'll find a Hyper Potion. Then walk around
the outer edge of the cliff and you'll find a Rare Candy.

Return to the southernmost part of the area to find Bronius. Speak with him
and defeat the two Grunts to receive TM69, Rock Polish. He is then taken to be
questioned by Looker.


==============================================================================
                                    GIALLO
==============================================================================

Fly to Undella Town.

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                                 Undella Town
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Pelipper      |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Mantyke       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Wingull       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Corsola       |  Water/Rock          |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Mantine       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Wailmer       |  Water               |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Remoraid      |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Luvdisc       |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Cloyster      |  Water/Ice           |  35 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|  Octillery     |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Buizel Lv. 60                                          |
|                     Teddiursa Lv. 61, Lopunny Lv. 61                       |
|                     Bronzor Lv. 62, Kangaskhan Lv. 62, Golurk Lv. 62       |
|                     Shuckle, Lickilicky, Krookodile, Politoed; each Lv. 63 |
|  Same Trainer -+--> Weavile Lv. 64, Heatmor Lv. 64, Kingdra Lv. 64,        |
|                `--> Vespiquen Lv. 64, Excadrill Lv. 64                     |
|  Same Trainer -+--> Donphan Lv. 65, Bisharp Lv. 65, Haxorus Lv. 65,        |
|                `--> Braviary Lv. 65, Lanturn Lv. 65, Tangrowth Lv. 65      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up your Pokémon and go south to Route 14.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Altaria       |  Dragon/Flying       |  49 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Beheeyem      |  Psychic             |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Drifblim      |  Ghost/Flying        |  48 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Golduck       |  Water               |  47 to 57     |  Grass             |
|  Jigglypuff    |  Normal              |  48 to 58     |  Grass             |
|  Shuckle       |  Bug/Rock            |  48 to 59     |  Grass             |
|  Tropius       |  Grass/Flying        |  48 to 60     |  Grass             |
|  Mienfoo       |  Fighting            |  49           |  Light Grass       |
|  Mienshao      |  Fighting            |  59           |  Dark Grass        |
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  47 to 50     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Wigglytuff    |  Normal              |  50           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  48           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Buizel        |  Water               |  25 to 60     |  Surfing           |
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Floatzel      |  Water               |  35 to 70     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Goldeen       |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod         |
|  Basculin      |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Water               |  45 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Barboach, Whiscash, Corphish, Carvanha; each at Lv. 62 |
|                     Hippopotas Lv. 63, Piloswine Lv. 63, Probopass Lv. 63  |
|                     Absol Lv. 68, Dodrio Lv. 68, Walrein Lv. 68            |
|                     Primeape Lv. 64, Scrafty Lv. 64, Poliwrath Lv. 64      |
|                     Numel Lv. 65                                           |
|                     Purugly Lv. 68, Lapras Lv. 68, Espeon Lv. 68           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Coming from Undella, go south and battle the Fisherman. Go to the west and use
Waterfall to go on up. Grab the nearby Ultra Ball and then go southwest to find
the Reaper Cloth (Dusclops will evolve into Dusknoir if this is held during its
trade). Go west and scale the waterfall. Speak with the nearby Team Plasma
Sage, Giallo, to get TM08 Bulk Up. Looker soon takes him away.


+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++                                                                         ++
++     Section VIII- New Special Battles!                     **BW58**     ++
++                                                                         ++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

After defeating the Elite Four, you can start battling other people. This
section is laid out as follows:

- Cheren
- Cynthia
- Game Freak Morimoto
- Elite Four re-challenge

==============================================================================
                                    CHEREN
==============================================================================

Begin by going to Route 5.

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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Liepard       |  Dark                |  20 to 22     |  Grass             |
|  Minccino      |  Normal              |  12 to 22     |  Grass             |
|  Trubbish      |  Poison              |  19 to 21     |  Grass             |
|  Gothita       |  Psychic             |  19 to 22     |  Grass (Black only)|
|  Solosis       |  Psychic             |  19 to 22     |  Grass (White only)|
|  Audino        |  Normal              |  19 to 22     |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Cinccino      |  Normal              |  22           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|  Emolga        |  Electric/Flying     |  20           |  Grass (shaking)   |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Herdier Lv. 26 (x2)                                    |
|                     Pansear Lv. 21, Pansage Lv. 21, Panpour Lv. 21         |
|                     Munna Lv. 23                                           |
|                     Palpitoad Lv. 23                                       |
|                     Sigilyph Lv. 23                                        |
|                     Darumaka Lv. 22 (x2)                                   |
|                     Blitzle Lv. 22 (x2)                                    |
|                     Whirlipede Lv. 22 (x2)                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Here, you'll find Cheren. Speak with him, then Fly to the Pokémon League.

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Go south to Victory Road.

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|                         Outside Wild Pokémon List                          |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Fraxure       |  Dragon              |  40           |  Rock patch        |
|  Heatmor       |  Fire                |  37 to 40     |  Rock patch        |
|  Mienfoo       |  Fighting            |  38 to 41     |  Rock patch        |
|  Vullaby       |  Dark/Flying         |  38 to 40     |  Rock patch (Black)|
|  Rufflet       |  Normal/Flying       |  38 to 40     |  Rock patch (White)|
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                            1F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Swoobat       |  Psychic/Flying      |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Mienfoo       |  Fighting            |  38 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Durant        |  Bug/Steel           |  37 to 42     |  Walk around       |
|  Deino         |  Dragon              |  38 to 40     |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground              |  36 to 41     |  Walk around(swirl)|
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                            2F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Swoobat       |  Psychic/Flying      |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Durant        |  Bug/Steel           |  37 to 42     |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground              |  36 to 41     |  Walk around(swirl)|
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                            3F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Swoobat       |  Psychic/Flying      |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Mienfoo       |  Fighting            |  38 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Durant        |  Bug/Steel           |  37 to 42     |  Walk around       |
|  Deino         |  Dragon              |  38 to 40     |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground              |  36 to 41     |  Walk around(swirl)|
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                            4F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Swoobat       |  Psychic/Flying      |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Durant        |  Bug/Steel           |  37 to 42     |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground              |  36 to 41     |  Walk around(swirl)|
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                            5F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Swoobat       |  Psychic/Flying      |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Durant        |  Bug/Steel           |  37 to 42     |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground              |  36 to 41     |  Walk around(swirl)|
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                            6F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Swoobat       |  Psychic/Flying      |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Durant        |  Bug/Steel           |  37 to 42     |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground              |  36 to 41     |  Walk around(swirl)|
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|                            7F Wild Pokémon List                            |
 >---------------+----------------------+---------------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Boldore       |  Rock                |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Swoobat       |  Psychic/Flying      |  37 to 41     |  Walk around       |
|  Durant        |  Bug/Steel           |  37 to 42     |  Walk around       |
|  Excadrill     |  Ground              |  36 to 41     |  Walk around(swirl)|
|  Terrakion     |  Rock/Fighting       |  42           |  Trial Chamber     |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: 				                             |
|  (2F) Whimsicott Lv. 45, Zebstrika Lv. 45                                  |
|       Gigalith Lv. 45, Eelektross Lv. 46                                   |
|  (3F) Stoutland Lv. 45, Scolipede Lv. 45                                   |
|       Beheeyem Lv. 44, Heatmor Lv. 44, Lilligant Lv. 44                    |
|       Scrafty Lv. 43, Mienfoo Lv. 43, Conkeldurr Lv. 43                    |
|  (4F) Simisage Lv. 44, Simisear Lv. 44, Simipour Lv. 44                    |
|       Gothorita Lv. 43, Leavanny Lv. 43                                    |
|  (6F) Klang Lv. 44, Darmanitan Lv. 44, Seismitoad Lv. 44                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go east and into the doorway. Speak with Cheren and Marshal will soon come.
After this quick scene, you can battle Cheren once daily.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer Cheren  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Unfezant (Lv. 65) Normal/Flying                                  |
|           Liepard (Lv. 65) Dark                                            |
|           Gigalith (Lv. 65) Rock                                           |
|           Haxorus (Lv. 65) Dragon                                          |
|           Simisear [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 65) Water     <--,            |
|           Simipour [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 65) Grass  <--+- Only 1.   |
|           Simisage [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 65) Fire      <--'            |
|           Samurott [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 67) Water       <--,          |
|           Serperior [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 67) Grass   <--+- Only 1. |
|           Emboar [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 67) Fire/Fighting <--'          |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Unfezant is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to Ghost and    |
|  Ground.                                                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Liepard is weak to Bug and Fighting. It's immune to Psychic.              |
|                                                                            |
|  Gigalith is weak to Fighting, Steel, Grass, Water, and Ground.            |
|                                                                            |
|  Haxorus is weak to Dragon and Ice.                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Simisear is weak to Rock, Water, and Ground.                              |
|                                                                            |
|  Simipour is weak to Grass and Electric.                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Simisage is weak to Flying, Ice, Fire, Poison, and Bug.                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Samurott is weak to Grass and Electric.                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Serperior is weak to Flying, Fire, Ice, Bug, and Poison.                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Emboar is weak to Flying, Psychic, Water, Rock, and Ground.               |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: 							     |
|  ~ Scrafty for Liepard.                                                    |
|  ~ Your starter/simian (non-Grass) for Unfezant.                           |
|  ~ Scrafty or your Water/Grass starter or simian for Gigalith.             |
|  ~ Your simian for Cheren's starter.                                       |
|  ~ Reshiram, Zekrom, or Kyurem for Haxorus.                                |
|  ~ Slot six is for a Pokémon that has an advantage over Cheren's simian.   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|


==============================================================================
                                   CYNTHIA
==============================================================================

Fly to Undella Town.

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                                 Undella Town
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|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  Pelipper      |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Mantyke       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Wingull       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 55     |  Surfing           |
|  Corsola       |  Water/Rock          |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Mantine       |  Water/Flying        |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Wailmer       |  Water               |  25 to 60     |  Surfing (bubble)  |
|  Remoraid      |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Luvdisc       |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Water               |  35 to 55     |  Super Rod         |
|  Cloyster      |  Water/Ice           |  35 to 70     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|  Octillery     |  Water               |  35 to 60     |  Super Rod (bubble)|
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Buizel Lv. 60                                          |
|                     Teddiursa Lv. 61, Lopunny Lv. 61                       |
|                     Bronzor Lv. 62, Kangaskhan Lv. 62, Golurk Lv. 62       |
|                     Shuckle, Lickilicky, Krookodile, Politoed; each Lv. 63 |
|  Same Trainer -+--> Weavile Lv. 64, Heatmor Lv. 64, Kingdra Lv. 64,        |
|                `--> Vespiquen Lv. 64, Excadrill Lv. 64                     |
|  Same Trainer -+--> Donphan Lv. 65, Bisharp Lv. 65, Haxorus Lv. 65,        |
|                `--> Braviary Lv. 65, Lanturn Lv. 65, Tangrowth Lv. 65      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go to the Pokémon Center and heal your Pokémon. Speak with the man inside to
get the Prism Scale (if held by Feebas during a trade, it evolves into
Milotic). Go outside and speak with the girl to the west. You'll get HM06,
Dive. It is an okay Water-type move that has you dive underwater on the first
turn and attack on the next (a Water-type Dig). In the field, you'll be able to
dive down into the sea, a feature that skipped ALL FIVE GAMES of Gen. IV. (But
it was in Gen. III!)

Go into the house to the north and you'll find Cynthia, the Elite Four's
Champion of the Sinnoh region. She has a party somewhat like her party from
Diamond/Pearl/Platinum, though there are a couple of Gen. V additions. Speak
with her to battle... She's tough, though... Very. Tough.
 ______________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer Cynthia  \
|_______________________________\____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Spiritomb (Lv. 75) Ghost/Dark                                    |
|           Milotic (Lv. 75) Water                                           |
|           Lucario (Lv. 75) Fighting/Steel                                  |
|           Garchomp (Lv. 75) Dragon/Ground                                  |
|           Braviary (Lv. 75) Normal/Flying                                  |
|           Eelektross (Lv. 75) Electric                                     |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Spiritomb is one of those extremely rare Pokémon -- I think only one      |
|  other, Sableye, is like it -- that has no weaknesses. It is immune to     |
|  Normal, Fighting, and Psychic.                                            |
|                                                                            |
|  Milotic is weak to Grass and Electric.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Lucario is weak to Fire, Fighting, and Ground. It's immune to Poison.     |
|                                                                            |
|  Garchomp is weak to Ice (4x), Dragon, Grass (?), and Water (?). It has an |
|  Electric immunity.                                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Braviary is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to Ground and   |
|  Ghost.                                                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Eelektross is weak solely to Ground.                                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations:                                                          |
|  ~ Kyurem is best for Garchomp and Braviary. And Spiritomb, too, I guess.  |
|  ~ Your Grass starter/simian or Zekrom is best for Milotic.                |
|  ~ Your Fire starter/simian, Reshiram, or Darmanitan for Lucario.          |
|  ~ Any non-Flying/Water type is good back-up for Eelektross.               |
|  ~ Beartic, Vanilluxe, and Cryogonal are good ideas for back-up on         |
|    Braviary and Garchomp.                                                  |
|  ~ Bring your starter and/or simian if the above hasn't applied to them.   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|


==============================================================================
                             GAME FREAK MORIMOTO
==============================================================================

Fly to Castelia City.

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 ____________________________________________________________________________
|  Pokémon       |  Pokémon Type        |  Level Range  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found in this location.                         |
|============================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Herdier Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Timburr Lv. 19                                         |
|                     Petilil Lv. 18, Cottonee Lv. 18                        |
|                     Roggenrola Lv. 19                                      |
|                     Basculin Lv. 17 (x3)                                   |
|                     Woobat Lv. 20                                          |
|                     Munna Lv. 20                                           |
|                     Sewaddle Lv. 20                                        |
|                     Pansear Lv. 19, Pansage Lv. 19, Panpour Lv. 19         |
|                     Trubbish Lv. 20, Minccino Lv. 20                       |
|                     Pansage Lv. 21                                         |
|                     Panpour Lv. 21                                         |
|                     Pansear Lv. 21                                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Heal your Pokémon and go to Castelia Street. Go to 22F in the Game Freak
building to find Game Freak Morimoto near the table. Speak with him to begin a
battle.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: Game Freak Morimoto  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Liepard (Lv. 75) Dark                                            |
|           Swoobat (Lv. 75) Psychic/Flying                                  |
|           Zebstrika (Lv. 75) Electric                                      |
|           Simisear (Lv. 75) Fire                                           |
|           Simipour (Lv. 75) Water                                          |
|           Simisage (Lv. 75) Grass                                          |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Liepard is weak to Fighting and Bug; it's immune to Psychic.              |
|                                                                            |
|  Swoobat is weak to Ghost, Rock, Ice, and Electric; it's immune to Ground. |
|                                                                            |
|  Zebstrika is weak to Ground.                                              |
|                                                                            |
|  Simisear is weak to Rock, Water, and Ground.                              |
|                                                                            |
|  Simipour is weak to Grass and Electric.                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Simisage is weak to Flying, Ice, Fire, Poison, and Bug.                   |
|									     |
|  Recommendations:                                                          |
|  ~ Scrafty for Liepard.                                                    |
|  ~ Kyurem for Swoobat.                                                     |
|  ~ Landorus, Excadrill, or Krookodile for Zebstrika.                       |
|  ~ Landorus or Krookodile for Simisear.                                    |
|  ~ Grass starter/simian or Zebstrika/Emolga/Zekrom for Simipour.           |
|  ~ Kyurem, Reshiram, or Landorus for Simisage.                             |
|  ~ Fill remaining slots with your starter or simian, or other legendaries. |
|____________________________________________________________________________|


==============================================================================
                           ELITE FOUR RE-CHALLENGE
==============================================================================

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Suggested party:

~ Scrafty
~ Swoobat, Gothitelle, or Reuniclus
~ Reshiram or Darmanitan
~ Your legendary Pokémon
~ Your starter Pokémon
~ Your simian Pokémon

PLEASE NOTE I PROBABLY WILL MAKE MANY REFERENCES TO THE ABOVE TEAM. I HAVE
DETERMINED THEM TO BE ONE OF THE BEST PARTIES FOR THIS POINT IN THE GAME, AND
I WILL ASSUME YOU HAVE THEM.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Shauntal  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Cofagrigus (Lv. 71) Ghost                                        |
|           Jellicent (Lv. 71) Ghost/Water                                   |
|           Golurk (Lv. 71) Ghost/Ground                                     |
|           Chandelure (Lv. 73) Ghost/Fire                                   |
|           Froslass (Lv. 71) Ghost/Ice                                      |
|           Drifblim (Lv. 71) Ghost/Flying                                   |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Cofagrigus is weak to Dark and Ghost. It is immune to Normal and Fighting |
|  as well.                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Jellicent is weak to Dark, Ghost, Grass, and Electric. It is immune to    |
|  Normal and Fighting.                                                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Golurk is to weak to Dark, Ghost, Grass, Ice, and Water. It has           |
|  immunities to Electric, Fighting, and Normal.                             |
|                                                                            |
|  Chandelure is weak to Ghost, Dark, Water, Rock, and Ground (I think). It  |
|  has immunities to Fighting and Normal.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Froslass is weak to Fire, Steel, Rock, Dark, and Ghost. It is immune to   |
|  Normal and Fighting.                                                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Drifblim is weak to Ghost, Dark, Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to |
|  Normal, Fighting, and Ground.                                             |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: 							     |
|  ~ Scrafty for all, if it uses Dark moves.                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Grimsley  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Scrafty (Lv. 71) Dark/Fighting                                   |
|           Liepard (Lv. 71) Dark                                            |
|           Krookodile (Lv. 71) Dark/Ground                                  |
|           Bisharp (Lv. 73) Dark/Steel                                      |
|           Sharpedo (Lv. 71) Dark/Water                                     |
|           Drapion (Lv. 71) Dark/Poison                                     |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Scrafty is weak to Fighting, Bug (?), and Flying moves. It is immune to   |
|  Psychic.                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Liepard is weak to Fighting and Bug, and has a Psychic immunity.          |
|                                                                            |
|  Krookodile is weak to Fighting, Bug, Water, Grass, and Ice.               |
|                                                                            |
|  Bisharp is weak to Fighting (4x), Fire, and Ground. It has immunities to  |
|  Psychic and Poison (status and type).                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Sharpedo is weak to Electric, Grass, Fighting, and Bug. It is immune to   |
|  Psychic.                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Drapion is weak to Fighting, Bug (?), and Ground. It is immune to         |
|  Psychic.                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: 							     |
|  ~ Scrafty for all.                                                        |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
 ____________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Caitlin  \
|_____________________________\______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Reuniclus (Lv. 71) Psychic                                       |
|           Musharna (Lv. 71) Psychic                                        |
|           Sigilyph (Lv. 71) Psychic/Flying                                 |
|           Gothitelle (Lv. 71) Psychic                                      |
|           Bronzong (Lv. 71) Psychic/Steel                                  |
|           Metagross (Lv. 73) Psychic/Steel                                 |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Reuniclus is weak to Dark, Ghost, and Bug.                                |
|                                                                            |
|  Musharna also is weak to Dark, Ghost, and Bug.                            |
|                                                                            |
|  Sigilyph is weak to Rock, Ice, Electric, Dark, and Ghost. It has a Ground |
|  immunity.                                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Gothitelle is weak to Ghost, Dark, and Bug.                               |
|                                                                            |
|  Bronzong is weak to Fire and Ground.                                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Metagross is weak to Fire and Ground.                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: 							     |
|  ~ Scrafty for Reuniclus, Musharna, and Gothitelle.                        |
|  ~ Kyurem or Zekrom for Sigilyph.                                          |
|  ~ Reshiram, Darmanitan, or your Fire starter/simian for Bronzong and      |
|    Metagross.								     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
 ____________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Marshal  \
|_____________________________\______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Throh (Lv. 71) Fighting                                          |
|           Sawk (Lv. 71) Fighting                                           |
|           Conkeldurr (Lv. 73) Fighting                                     |
|           Mienshao (Lv. 71) Fighting                                       |
|           Breloom (Lv. 71) Grass/Fighting                                  |
|           Toxicroak (Lv. 71) Poison/Fighting                               |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Each of these Pokémon are weak to Flying and Psychic; resist Bug, Rock,   |
|  and Dark; and have type-based advantages over Rock, Steel, Ice, Normal,   |
|  and Dark.                                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Breloom also has additional weaknesses to Flying (doing quadruple damage),|
|  Ice, Fire, Poison (?), and Bug. It adds Rock, Ground, and Water to its    |
|  list of advantages.                                                       |
|                                                                            |
|  Toxicroak is additionally weak to Psychic (does 4x damage overall) and    |
|  Ground. It adds Grass to its list of advantages.                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: 							     |
|  ~ Swoobat, Gothitelle, or Reuniclus for all.                              |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After defeating the Elite Four, examine the statue nearby. Go up the nearby
staircase after landing, then go inside to battle Alder.
 ________________________
|  BOSS: Champion Alder  \
|_________________________\__________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Accelgor (Lv. 75) Bug                                            |
|           Bouffalant (Lv. 75) Normal                                       |
|           Druddigon (Lv. 75) Dragon                                        |
|           Vanilluze (Lv. 75) Ice                                           |
|           Escavalier (Lv. 75) Bug/Steel                                    |
|           Volcarona (Lv. 77) Bug/Fire                                      |
|============================================================================|
|  Accelgor is weak to Rock, Fire, and Flying.                               |
|                                                                            |
|  Bouffalant is weak to Fighting and immune to Ghost.                       |
|                                                                            |
|  Druddigon is weak to Dragon and Ice.                                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Vanilluxe is weak to Fire, Fighting, Rock, and Steel.                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Escavalier is weak to Fire (4x), Fighting, and Ground. It's immune to     |
|  Poison.                                                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Volcarona is weak to Flying, Rock (4x), Water, and Ground.                |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: 							     |
|  ~ Swoobat (with Flying) or Darmanitan/Reshiram/Fire starter/simian for    |
|    Accelgor.								     |
|  ~ Scrafty for Bouffalant.                                                 |
|  ~ Reshiram, Zekrom, or Kyurem for Druddigon.                              |
|  ~ Scrafty, Reshiram, Darmanitan, or your Fire starter/simian for          |
|    Vanilluxe.								     |
|  ~ Reshiram, Darmanitan, your Fire starter/simian, or Scrafty for          |
|    Escavalier.							     |
|  ~ Your Water starter/simian or Swoobat for Volcarona. (Of course, if a    |
|    Pokémon has Rock, I'd use that instead.)                                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After this battle, Alder will take you to a different room. Your Hall of Fame
team is recorded, the game is saved, and the credits shall roll once again.

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