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Version 2.20, Last Updated 2011-03-06 Table of Contents
1. 2. 3. 4. FAQ Info Version History Introduction Additions and Changes 1. Seasons 2. Experience System 3. Other Additions / Changes 5. Version Differences 6. General Tips 7. Main Game Walkthrough 1. Nuvema Town 2. Route 1 3. Accumula Town 4. Route 2 5. Dreamyard 6. Striaton City (2) 7. Striaton Gym 8. Striaton City (3) 9. Dreamyard (2) 10. Striaton City (4) 11. Route 3 12. Wellspring Cave 13. Route 3 (2) 14. Nacrene City 15. Nacrene Gym 16. Nacrene City (2) 17. Pinwheel Forest (Outside) 18. Pinwheel Forest (Inside) 19. Skyarrow Bridge 20. Castelia City 21. Castelia Gym 22. Route 4 23. Desert Resort (Entrance) 24. Desert Resort (Main) 25. Nimbasa City 26. Route 16 27. Lostlorn Forest 28. Nimbasa Gym 29. Route 5 30. Driftveil Drawbridge 31. Driftveil City 32. Cold Storage 33. Driftveil Gym 34. Route 6 35. Chargestone Cave 36. Mistralton City 37. Route 7 38. Celestial Tower 39. Mistralton Gym 40. Twist Mountain (Entrance) 41. Surfing for Treasure 42. Mistralton Cave 43. Pinwheel Forest (2) 44. Wellspring Cave (2) 45. Route 1 (2) 46. Route 17 47. Route 18

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48. P2 Laboratory 49. Twist Mountain 50. Icirrus City 51. Route 8 52. Moor of Icirrus 53. Icirrus Gym 54. Dragonspiral Tower 55. Relic Castle 56. Tubeline Bridge 57. Route 9 58. Opelucid City 59. Opelucid Gym 60. Route 10 61. Route 7 (2) 62. Victory Road 63. Pokemon League 64. *Spoiler*'s Castle Post Game Walkthrough 1. Nuvema Town (2) 2. Route 18 (2) 3. Dreamyard (3) 4. Relic Castle (2) 5. Relic Castle Depths 6. Cold Storage (2) 7. Chargestone Cave (2) 8. The Royal Unova 9. Challenger's Cave 10. Route 11 11. Village Bridge 12. Route 12 13. Lacunosa Town 14. Route 13 15. Giant Chasm 16. Undella Town 17. Undella Bay 18. Undersea Ruins 19. Route 14 20. Abundant Shrine 21. Black City / White Forest 22. Route 15 23. Marvelous Bridge 24. Pokemon League (2) Post-Game Content 1. Swarming Pokemon 2. Victory Road's Final Fight 3. Final Fight in Nuvema 4. The Battle Subway 5. The Dream World Special Events 1. Zorua and Celebi 2. Zoroark and the Crown Beasts 3. The Lock Capsule 4. Victini and Liberty Island 5. Keldeo and Secret Sword 6. Meloetta and Relic Song 7. Genesect and the Drives Challenges 1. Nuzlocke Challenge 2. No/Minimal EXP Challenge 3. Mono-Type Challenge Credits

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GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano

Pokémon Black and White Walkthrough Version Number: 2.20 Last Updated: 06 / 03 / 11 Written by Andrew "Drayano" Brooks

I would prefer for this walkthrough to stay at GameFAQs and its partners only (with some possible exceptions) on account of the fact that I never pay attention to any other sites that host guides. There's also problems when versions aren't updated which creates conflicting e-mails; it's just a lot easier to maintain something when I have but a small number of sites to manage the walkthrough with. Sites allowed to use this walkthrough so far are: GameFAQs and its associates. The entirety of this document is copyright Andrew Brooks, 2010-11.

Version History
Version 2.20 ~ 06/03/11 Couple more English things added and some extra tidbits to where I missed things. I really need to write about Anville Town. Bleh. Version 2.10 ~ 02/03/11 All English translations have been applied so the guide should be fine for the English release of Black & White. Happy playing! On a side note, the walkthrough is now starred on GameFAQs. If you did, thank you for voting it up! If you happen to notice any remaining Japanese, please feel free to e-mail me so I can correct it! Version 2.00 ~ 22/02/11 The walkthrough is now fully complete and all English translations possible have been applied. There might be more content to come, but pretty much everything important has been covered at this point. Version 1.00 ~ 01/11/10 The second released version of this walkthrough. The entirety of the main walkthrough (right from Nuvema Town to the Champion battle) is complete, although there is more content that still needs to be written. Version 0.50 ~ 10/10/10 The first released version of this walkthrough.

With the arrival of Black and White, the Pokemon games have officially entered their 'fifth generation', a well known technical term for the series of games that hold the fifthly revealed set of Pokemon. The games including their Japanese releases have been around since 1996, totalling a grand total of 14 years as of 2010. While not as old as some of Nintendo's other franchises such as Mario or Zelda, Pokemon is without a doubt one of the most important franchises Nintendo has control over, being the game franchise with the second best sales (Mario coming top.) Of course, credence shouldn't be lent to Nintendo, for the actual makers of the Pokemon games are Game Freak; my proverbial hat is off to them for yet another amazing entry in the series. The history of the series up to now; Pokemon started with the release of Pokemon Red and Green in Japan back in 1996, where they instantly became high end sellers. Later that same year followed the release of Pokemon Blue in Japan, where it was known as a third release, containing some small changes that the originals never had such as wild Jynx in Seafoam Islands and Ditto in Rock Tunnel, as well as upgrades to sound, graphics and script.

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including another Battle Frontier. a seven-piece battling facility that increased the playtime by hours. every player had to start from scratch. does it? Later in 2004-05 came Pokemon Emerald. though honestly I don't think so. I find them a bit boring. FR/LG were important mainly for the ability to gain non Hoenn Dex Pokemon. such as a somewhat bad level curve and a half assed Kanto after the credits which was a bit on the barren side. The level curve was also vastly improved and the storyline changed somewhat. Generation III did however bring some interesting changes such as the introduction of abilities on Pokémon. Basically a lot of stuff Emerald added. they were pretty bad. although looking back now.. I don't even want to comment. and to expand the game a range of new areas called the Sevii Islands were introduced. Platinum is. where Generation IV was stationed. 1998 also saw the release of Pokemon Yellow in Japan. in my opinion. 1999 saw Yellow released in the United States. which truly defined what a "third version" was. and is quite well regarded as one of the best games in the series. I'm quite unsure on how true it is. having Pokemon animations (although these were around in Crystal. and made the Generation IV games into what they deserved to be. revamped trainer rosters (including the gym leaders and Elite Four). revamped gyms. this time to the Nintendo DS. the games took off immediately. they were in fact the Red and Green from Japan.. with extra features that made it a true 'third version.) FR/LG are honestly my least favourite Pokemon games of the lot. with which it was compatible. including VS bars and animations for important trainers in the game. and most importantly.. Of course. it came as no surprise when Generation III's Ruby and Sapphire severed all connectivity links to the first two generations. the console shifted again. and having new sprites. etc. Skip forward two years to 1998 and we see the release of Pokemon Red and Blue in America. with Fire Red and Leaf Green released across the world in 2004. The amount of new features Emerald brought to the two games was immense. released in 1999 in Japan and 2000-2001 in all other regions. As such. as the series calls them for three different Pokemon. Just like in Japan. redesigned rosters... the games which would be later known as the first generation or Generation I came to an end. fall in some places. Gold and Silver were in many ways a direct sequel to Red and Blue. and later that year Austraila. redesigning some characters to look like their anime counterparts. were very closely linked to Red and Blue. speed (most importantly a MUCH faster battle speed and surfing speed) Platinum added a hell of a lot of new features. making your starter Pikachu.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Are they truly the best in the series? It's entirely subjective. anyone?) but some additions were good.. although Platinum also had unique additions in the form of the Distortion World and new forms or "formes". although the place was notorious for its heavily luck based torment. and these are the games that many somewhat blinded by nostalgia people will claim to be the best. That aside.. although the deeper game mechanics stayed the same as R/S. although they do appear somewhat disadvantaged in the face of more recent games. Soon after that came Gold and Silver. and their later introduced third version Crystal. meaning Pokemon from any of those games could not be brought up to the third generation. These two were remakes of the original Red and Blue.. becoming incredibly high sellers on Nintendo's Game Boy system. Platinum also introduced some now staples to the series. Some changes were a bit. extra additions to the Safari Zone.gamefaqs. The first two games to appear were Diamond and Pearl. although some genuine fans will also claim the same thing. Generation III also began the remake trend. but things such as the speed of the battles. where they were a lot better truth be told). keeping very close to them while making additions and minor changes in an effort to make the games better than before. These were the games that introduced Kanto and the first original 151 Pokemon. the remaining 184 were nowhere to be seen (aside from Colosseum. G/S were great and memorable games. These Generation II games are also fondly remembered in people's hearts. Amidst improving all of the aesthetics such as graphics. however. which had been released on the Gamecube in 2003. and thus with legendary spin-offs such as Pokemon Snap and the Stadium series. Gym Leader rematches. That doesn't matter though. one of the best Pokemon games the franchise has ever 4 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . that wasn't all. They. Diamond and Pearl were some of my favourites at the time of release. such as the addition of 100 new Pokemon and a new region called the Johto region. the list goes on and on. a somewhat changed Thankfully. many of which reflected anime poses. bringing another 106 Pokemon with them as well as some very interesting changes such as the physical/special split.. where again they took off like wildfire. a completely new stat system and another 135 Pokemon. but updated with the aesthetic effects from Blue. Emerald was a huge step up from R/S. although they had the new features a new generation would bring. Ruby and Sapphire are often regarded now as the worst games in the series.. as well as the release of Red and Blue in European regions.' Yellow was heavily anime based. although the game did kind of. odd (Giovanni's main being changed from a Rhydon to a Rhyhorn. two years later Pokemon Platinum the third version of Diamond and Pearl arrived. The actual gameplay alone was good. the Battle Frontier. 2000 saw Yellow released in Australia and Europe. Moving ahead a year or two. It was just horrible and practically half the speed of the games on the GBA. for R/S had only included 202 Pokemon.

I've probably written a bit too much. bringing forth the new Unova region .. when snow piles up enough to allow you to cross certain parts... seasons. where Generation V has begun on the DS with the release of Black & White. even more so than the likes of Platinum and HG/SS.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Fans had been predicting G/S remakes since FR/LG were released and the theory eventually came true. but Black and White are absolutely incredible games. there are some parts of the areas you can only access in winter for example. With some exceptions.dr version. summer. The season will also change some of the paths you can take slightly. summer will have areas appear more vibrant. such as particular sounds when moving on the field such as being near flowing water and different sound effects for different Heart Gold and Soul Silver feature many of the improvements from Platinum such as the battle speed. you can at least catch the base form of anything in Unova in any season. but it's not enough to cause Hail in battles. and if B/W are this good. although these exceptions lie only with post Elite Four Pokemon. Black and White gave the series a 'restart' in the form of only the new Pokemon being available prior to receiving the National Dex. Unova was also based highly off certain parts of North America primarily New York giving both the region and the Pokemon interesting designs. but what else might they add? Then there are also the possible and very likely Ruby and Sapphire remakes for the future.. the storyline. graphic style etc although it also adds some new features of its own. Seafoam Islands and Cerulean Cave. The new Pokemon. The graphics also changed quite drastically. A year later and the much anticipated Gold and Silver remakes arrived on the Nintendo DS. Honestly. but it's more of a shifting around than a complete change. such as apparent snow on some routes. for example. Generation V is looking to be the best yet. Paired versions are usually not so good as their third counterparts. all in all. the game game is in depends just the month. autumn and winter. It's also fast. I say somewhat due to their 40/40 of Nintendogs. I think they were vast improvements on the original GSC.which may sound small by route names but is in fact incredibly large and a totally new 156 Pokemon. then just what will happen in the obviously coming third version? They did of course remove some things that should have been in B/W that will obviously be in the third version such as leader rematches. titled Heart Gold and Soul Silver. it is entirely possible to change the season simply by changing the the three months of the season you want. they are all brilliant.. we finally arrive at 2010. this generation is looking to be very. This is needed if you want to obtain every item ball in the game. but there are still plenty of features some of the games brought that I missed out. all ties to previous Pokemon were completely cut off. winter will have areas appear icier etc. as well as restoring the previously lost Viridian Forest. it isn't a set time limit. seen. it's hard to describe. Wild Pokemon will also change depending on the season. the colours of the areas will change a bit depending on the season. the 40/40 award they got from the Famitsu review is somewhat evidence of that. you can catch all Pokemon in any season. HG/SS also brought forward gym leader rematches of their own.gamefaqs. That's basically it in a rather expanded nutshell. The seasons correspond to the following months: 5 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Most notably. the region. featuring Pokemon actually moving in battles (by going through a specific animation sequence on a loop) and very dynamic camera views in battles. this is most notable in the areas around Icirrus City. but whatever. such. The season the entirely on what month it is and nothing else. very good. tl. but Black and White alone are incredible games. With that huge pile of writing done. the aesthetics. Additions and Changes As Black and White are the beginning of a new generation Generation V it is only natural that there are some new changes to the games that haven't been seen in the series previously. Seasons The most obvious and biggest change to the game itself is the presence of will now switch between spring. There will also be weather effects on some parts. the series has run for a while and in my opinion is getting better with each successive generation. with perhaps one or two tiny exceptions. making it far less barren than it was in GSC by making the cities more colourful and lively. As DS clock to any of Seasons present a small amount of changes around Unova. The remakes also gave Kanto a much needed boost..

The amount is raised or lowered respectively depending on the distance between levels (ie a Level 48 Pokemon defeating a Level 58 Pokemon will earn more experience than a Level 51 Pokemon defeating a Level 58 Pokemon. Triple battles are also different in that unlike double battles. The absolute required use of HMs has been shrunk drastically. New items and attacks have been introduced. you may see grass shaking. you cannot catch a Pokemon until one of the two has fainted. but triple battles have all three Pokemon attacking at once." Both involve sending out three Pokemon. normal. it's basically a 1 vs 1 battle. December Experience System Another notable new change is the revamped experience system. You will now see 'rare patches' within the field. July. Two new types of battles have been introduced.gamefaqs. Waterfall and Dive. much less. As such. going down and OP = Opponent Pokemon. August. not everything can 6 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . this system makes it much easier to raise lower levelled Pokemon.. Battles contain much more dynamic camera views. A new region called Unova has been introduced. Strength. They are generally Pokemon that you cannot normally find in the area. November Winter April. (Note you can either surf into or fish in the dark water spots. they no longer break after one use. the experience gained is lowered. May. but with a large twist. Pokemon sprites now move in battle or on the status screen. October Autumn March. but all of them can contain Pokemon. a dark shadow in the water. a cloud of dust in a cave or a dark shadow on a bridge. a "rare" Pokemon that has an absolutely gigantic 390 base EXP.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Some old attacks and abilities have been changed. for example. thick grass. especially utilizing the Elite Four very late in the game as they reach very high levels. Fly. there are several Generation V Pokemon with base EXP values exceeding 255. If a Pokemon beats an opponent that is of a lower level than it. Defeating one will give you a ton of experience. as well as sometimes a different variety of Pokemon and the chance for double wild battles. A table to summarize: Lower Level Same Level Higher Level YP/OP Lower Level Increased EXP Same Level Unchanged EXP Higher Level Reduced EXP YP = Your Pokemon. making for a grand total of 649. Double wild battles act much the same as in DPPt. The latter contains stronger Pokemon levelwise. Some TMs and HMs have been changed. just like HMs. "triple battles" and "rotation battles. Pokemon are now able to have a base EXP (a hidden value that is used in the EXP formula for how much you receive when you beat a particular Pokemon) of over 255. with a base EXP of 255. making it a much better move for the early parts of the game. Some of these contain items. Surf. thin grass and tall. then a Level 38 Pokemon will learn even more etc. Battle speed has been improved since the fourth generation games. TMs are now reusable. the Chansey line and Arceus gave the most EXP prior to Generation V. if a Pokemon beats an opponent that is of a higher level than it. The most notable is Audino. namely Cut. there are now only six HMs.. so if one appears it would be a good idea to check it. whereas rotation battles have three Pokemon on the field that can be freely rotated each turn. In while no pre Generation V Pokemon have had this value changed. going across Other Additions / Changes There are another new 156 Pokemon.) In addition.) There are two types of grass on some routes. you'll have to use their field effects much. Season Months Spring January. The reverse applies for defeating weaker enemies. Tackle has gone up from 35 power and 95 accuracy to 50 power and 100 accuracy. September Summer February. the experience gained is increased. June.

As seen on the game box. Black and White actually have quite a few differences from each other. There are some steps back from HGSS though. they sell Nuggets. Black users may not necessarily get to buy Heart Scales though. The grass in White Forest contains level 5 Pokemon. but at any rate these two areas are very different from each other. whereas White is more natural. but it appears that you do need another player or at least another DS with a copy of Black or White in order to change the Pokemon in the places. and can be located using the Itemfinder. with some notoriously high prices. and talking to any NPC around the city (outside the buildings) will land you in a fight with them. whereas in White you have to steal from Luvdisc. Black City has one big advantage though. You will be able to catch the legendary that is on the game box. depending on the version. where the design changes entirely depending on the version. The important thing to note is that at any one time you will get a selection of somewhere between 10-12 (I'm not sure on the exact number. right) DOES matter. Black players will get to see Black City. unfortunately. The most notorious of these are to do with a certain location in Unova. you cannot make a profit from them. OR White Forest. which is a forest that has a ton of grass in it amidst some very tall trees. however. for example. centre. too.. you will either see Black City.. That aside. if they get unlucky. making them good for experience. Basically everything you'd expect from a new generation. and matches the Pokemon on the box art. Black City also has a building selling items. Just don't buy Poké Balls or Nuggets in there. Both are located on the upper mid-east of Unova. such as no more Pokemon following you and no auto run. Some colour schemes will change depending on the version. No. such as version exclusives and different legendary mascots (which has been the case since G/S) but Black and White also bring some extra differences to the table. Aside from Black City / White Forest. Wi-Fi has been edited a fair bit from DPPtHGSS. Yes. so it is somewhat advantageous. The only way to change which Pokemon are being used is to access the Entralink feature in some way that I am currently unsure of. the gym leader you battle in Opelucid City also changes depending on which version you're playing. this is seen most strongly in Opelucid City. there are also some more minor differences.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. In and each day between 0 to 3 of them are generated. More stuff that I'm too lazy to list. White Forest also contains the ever important elemental stones for free. They are timed fights (lasting an hour at most) and are performed in stadium mode (ie see all six of your opponent's Pokemon. where the fourth gym is found. whereas White's mascot is Zekrom. These trainers will fight you once each day. which are added to your PokeDex so they become searchable on the GTS.. to the right of Nimbasa City. There are the usual. the position of the Pokemon (ie left. Version Differences In comparison with previous paired versions. but these Pokemon are basic forms of those from the older generations that cannot be found elsewhere in Unova.) Notable downgrades include it being impossible to do Level 100 fights and always seeing your opponent's team in a battle. The items you find in the forest and the items you can buy in the city are also decided in a similar way. much like in Pokemon Battle Revolution. you'll see 7 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Black's mascot is Reshiram. in fact. so even with the sky high prices it can be worth it. attack everything else. White players on the other hand get White Forest.gamefaqs. however. They battle with fully evolved forms of older Pokémon from Generations I to IV. depending on whether you are playing Black or White. and then pick three for a 3 vs 3 battle.. However. some of the items that can be sold in the shops include the elemental stones. a dark and large city with a huge focus on battling. and in some cases is a lot more restricted. though. If you're unable to access Entralink. you're pretty much stuck with what you start with. You battle the same roster regardless. and it could well be less than 10) Pokemon out of a possible 32 that you can either find wild or fight against. White Forest also contains valuable items. Which Pokemon appears at the title screen also depends on which game version you're playing. The city is very technological. which are as follows: Black appears more technological. Neither of these areas can be accessed until after you defeat the Elite Four for the first time. they are the basic forms of the very same Pokemon the trainers in Black City use. and vice versa for Black City's trainers having the fully evolved forms of these wild Pokemon. Black and White do feature an option that allow you to do random fights. you can buy Heart Scales.

or with more fun: If at any time you need experience. Whether you'll see more triple battles or rotation battles depends on the version. which has a small 1/8192 chance of appearing. Shadow Ball and Recover.. hence they are forced to kill it. though you may encounter some other rarities such as Emolga or rare fully evolved Pokemon. I would recommend you use at least three or four for the best time. Play to your Pokemon's strengths whenever you can. Black only has rotation battles with one exception aside from Wi-Fi. Choose whichever you like best. however. but within that they are very common. there have been cases where a player lands in a fight with a shiny Pokemon and they have no Poke Balls. Aside from that.gamefaqs. Thunder. and with their 390 base EXP they will give out a ton of EXP even if there is a slight level difference (ie <=10 levels). For example. the better. here are some useful tips that will get you through the game either easier. take advantage of its stats and wide movepool. just one. whereas White has more white backgrounds. However. play as best as you can to your Pokemon's stats.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano The Repel is for when 8 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Poké Balls are good in case you end up encountering a shiny. It comes at Level 15. Psychic. The easiest way to find shaking grass is to run or bike just outside some NORMAL grass (not tall grass that has double wild battles) and wait for a patch to shake. with Unova Pokemon on the left and older Pokemon on the right: Black White Cottonee Petilil Whimsicott Lilligant Gothita Solosis Gothorita Duosion Gothitelle Reuniclus Vullaby Rufflet Mandibuzz Braviary Tornadus Thundurus Reshiram Zekrom Black White Weedle Caterpie Kakuna Metapod Beedrill Butterfree Paras Shroomish Parasect Breloom Murkrow Misdreavus Honchkrow Mismagius Houndour Poochyena Houndoom Mightyena Plusle Minun Volbeat Illumise NOTE: It is possible to trade a Cottonee for a Petilil in Black and vice-versa for White within Nacrene City.. Small story details will change somewhat to reflect on the opposite mascot depending on which version you're playing. the Repel itself will not stop you encountering a Pokemon once you step into a shaking patch or any other rare Pokemon spot. don't give a Reuniclus a moveset like Psyshock. and give it something like Psychic. Try to make your team varied. The list above does not include any Pokemon that are found in White Forest. Try and have as much move variety as well. more black backgrounds in Black. as you get enough EXP to do it and having six tends to be a lot more fun than say. whereas White has only triple battles with one exception aside from Wi-Fi.. unless you really want to just speed through it. but use special moves on Chandelure to benefit from its 145 base special attack. On that note.. so you may want to use a Repel to get to the patch. Give each Pokemon variety. I would highly recommend using six Pokemon this time around. General Tips In order to make your Black and White game more enjoyable. so it is still very possible to obtain and use the counterpart. the more you can take advantage of the type chart. in which case mixed is fine. the general story is exactly the same. Audino can only be found in shaking grass. seek out Audino. Always keep some Poké Balls and preferably some Repel too. The version exclusives are as follows. the more variety you have. the shaking will disappear. Note that if you run into a wild encounter before you reach the shaking grass. Future Sight and Dizzy Punch. For example. they're pretty much the same. and then run into the shaking patch to hopefully find a Audino. the more opponents they can hit the better. use physical moves on Darmanitan to benefit from its 140 base attack. the more fun the game often ends up being. though unlikely. Some Pokemon will have equal or near to base stats in both attacking stats.

Unoriginal? You bet. In terms of economics. The scene will cut to your room. Juniper will enter the house and drop off a parcel. try to have at least one status move on your team such as Thunder Wave or Sleep Powder. wanting to open it being based around a pig as one look at it will probably tell you. You will be asked to select a language. It's worth going into the options and changing it to your liking. Main Game Walkthrough This part of the walkthrough covers the main game. Simply press X to enter the menu if you wish.. I have no idea how she does it. katakana is the top one. but you don't want to make it too easy... Super Repel gives you the best value for money vs steps.. telling us about the relationship between humans and Pokémon. Pick one. the better. Your levels will practically skyrocket once you get the item. Anyway. She'll walk over to the parcel. Try not to get too overlevelled! If your levels are too high. having speed boosting natures can also help. then as usual the professor of the region this time Professor Juniper introduces us to the region. and then leave in the space of a second. Do not be afraid to utilize the option to change the DS calendar. Water or Grass.. Medium or Fast Battle Scene: On or Off Battle Style: Shift or Set Sound: Stereo or Mono Display Text: Katakana or Kanji IR Report: . but they can help things along a bit. When you receive the Lucky Egg about midway through the game. it's time to pick your starter! As usual. If at all possible. with Emboar having a pretty large 123 base attack. you don't NEED good natures.gamefaqs. After that. 9 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Pokemon games are easy anyway. if only to change the text speed to fast. Bianca will show up. The game starts rather cinematically compared to previous titles. Pick your character's gender and name. I don't know about you. then the game will just be too easy and get boring. Prof. For daily events. it is incredibly useful for swapping seasons or speeding up daily events if need be. but whatever.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. The three of you will be in a line when you gain control. before you even pick your starter. from the very beginning right up to the first roll of the credits. After some rather critical dialogue.I'm not sure about this one. you're in caves and such. the encounter rates in Black and White can become overwhelming. but there's not a whole lot we can do about it now. so Repel or its variations can be very useful. shift it around your Pokemon in order to get the best yield of experience. The more battles you can use it with. the options are as follows: Text Speed: Slow. we have a choice between Fire. you'll probably want your natures to not reduce the stats you want to use. kanji is the bottom. If at all possible. Tepig and his evolutions are definitely the strongest of the three starters. Of course if you prefer slow then that's fine. then I would suggest saving. try setting time to 23:59 and letting the day roll over naturally.. Tepig follows a similar trend to the previous two Fire-type starting Pokemon in that once it evolves it gains a Fighting-type in addition to its Fire. Tepig ~ Fire Evolution: Tepig --> Level 17 --> Pignite --> Level 36 --> Emboar Tepig is the Fire-type starter of Unova. you can now move around and access the menu.. where you and Cheren one of your two rivals will be.. then after a bit more dialogue you will be transported into the world of Unova. but they are also the slowest of the three. Don't put too much emphasis on it though. Set what you need to. etcetera etcetera. Catching some tougher wild Pokemon will become much easier with a status effect in tow. Nuvema Town Thus our adventure begins. but I cannot stand a slow text speed.

being 75/95/95 HP/Def/SDef. but if you want a starter with good type coverage then go for one of the other two. Oshawott ~ Water Evolution: Oshawott --> Level 17 --> Dewott --> Level 36 --> Samurott Oshawott is the Water-type starter of Unova. I'm not too fond of the design on the final form. with many characteristics of a sea otter.. which isn't so useful in-game. this starter which was nicknamed "Wotter" by many fans is actually quite unique as far as things go typewise. After picking your starter. Leaf Storm and a rather weak Return. At any rate. Taking Serperior into account. Stats wise. which can prove very useful later on. :x It's definitely the best for the earlier gyms at any rate. I find it a bit boring. having an advantage over both the second and third. this line excels in Speed above all else. but you're basically going to be stuck with Leaf Blade. In terms of stats. Snivy being a pure Grass-type is basically just begging for a movepool problem and unfortunately that plea was and by the time it is a fully evolved Serperior it is obvious. they're not quite as fast as Treecko's line. There are quite a few other Grass-types in the region as well. and Brick Break is quite late in the game. I'm going to use Tepig as I write this walkthrough. It gets more snakelike with each form. although there is a redeeming factor in that the line has some very large HP stats.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. definitely. sure. but there is a severe lack of Water-type Pokemon in Unova. it's just pure Water the whole way through the line. although its final form is quite different in design. I honestly think Oshawott is probably the best starter though. the use of Return and Frustration and. that's it. There's also the problem that it learns like nothing. but Serperior's offenses fall flat being 75 for both attack and special attack. It's strong enough to use though. but come damn close. only because as I'm writing this walkthrough it's my third playthrough and I have yet to use Tepig. it does have strong offense albeit not quite as strong as Emboar in its specialized stat but is also faster than Emboar.gamefaqs. prior to getting Surf there's about three other Water lines you can get. then another three lines once you get Surf. it's based on a snake. is my personal favourite starter in terms of design. Samurott is also capable of learning Megahorn. Compared to Emboar's 123 attack and Samurott's 108 special attack. Snivy ~ Grass Evolution: Snivy --> Level 17 --> Servine --> Level 36 --> Serperior Snivy. As much as I like it. which was aptly nicknamed "Smugleaf" by the community due to its rather smug pose. Despite me calling it boring. with cut-ins and all. their defenses are also very good. Their defenses are also relatively bad... the three of you will talk and then Bianca will challenge you to a battle. it is by far the weakest of the three. but much slower than Serperior. with Emboar surpassing even Swampert... The line also gets some interesting moves such as Head Smash and Flame Charge. but when you consider the availability and just how crap some of them are you will see why having a Water-type for your starter can be so good. though none so smug as our Smugleaf here. which is seen more easily if you think of Snivy without arms and legs. it gets Grass moves. but are also compatible with the TM for Grass Knot. 10 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . This line also has some very nice moves. Samurott turns out to be sort of a mix. It may sound like plenty.. The thing is basically built to be a subseeder. I have to admit it really doesn't have a lot of movepool going for it. If you think you need a good Grass attack then by all means pick Snivy. it is very good early in the game. Tepig can be good. but that's just me. This starter in general will grow quite steadily and it can quickly become a core member of your team. but that's beside the point. It's definitely useful for getting some quick kills in. the line being Water-types can learn moves such as Surf and Ice Beam. although there is a rather significant lack of Fighting-type moves in their level up Arm Thrust is the only one you will naturally get.

Juniper will talk to you and let you nickname your starter if you want and then give you the most standard item in the game.gamefaqs. Rival Bianca Rewards: $500 Pokemon Level Type Tepig/Oshawott/Snivy Lv. but a lot more sporadic as the game goes on. The PokeDex amounts you'll see when talking to Prof.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Regardless. Prof. Exactly like the first. however. Cheren and Bianca will run off to the right. As usual. Before you can go. Bianca and Prof. Bianca will apologize for the mess and after some berating from Bianca. Bianca then suggests Cheren fights you too. Juniper. for the record. Follow her out and to Prof. your mother will talk to you directly. it lets you see and record Pokemon etc. thus landing you in a second rival fight. follow Bianca and enter the bottom left house. who refuses to let Bianca go off on a journey. Following the battle. You'll witness an argument between her and her dad. It's basically like a phone between you. If you have Snivy. too. who doesn't really seem to mind. as well as save again if you want. Cheren. Juniper's lab in the top left." Route 1 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method 11 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . she'll have Oshawott.e. if you have Tepig. dust clouds will appear and your room will be completely messed up. (For the record. She'll give you a town map for Unova. she'll both heal your Pokemon and give you the XTRANSCEIVER. Juniper. After they leave. the PokeDex. she'll have Tepig. telling you to go see Prof. a key item that lets you "video chat with up to four people at once". Bianca and Cheren will leave the room. Juniper and on the main menu will refer to how many you have seen. Just keep using Tackle until you win.e. Feel free to reset if the nature of your starter is really bad. she'll have i. but unless it's something really punishing don't bother. and he agrees. a fair bit at the beginning. Talk to Cheren to go inside. 5 Fire/Water/Grass Bianca will have the starter that is weak to yours. Throw in your support move if you want but you honestly don't need it. If you have Oshawott. although miraculously the Wii is completely untouched. 5 Fire/Water/Grass Cheren will have the starter that is strong against yours. Exit the lab once you're able to be surprised attacked by your mum. Cheren will heal both of your Pokemon. You can now check the nature of your starter. After the battle ends. just use your basic move alone and you will win. allowing you to access the menu if you wish. but she ignores him and goes anyway. Go downstairs to see both of your friends apologizing to your mother.. with footprints on the walls and floor and tons of objects knocked over. you'll see Bianca walk south and a bunch of either Pidove or Woobat fly off. Rival Cheren Rewards: $500 Pokemon Level Type Tepig/Oshawott/Snivy Lv. throwing in a support move if you think it's necessary. If you have Oshawott. this is the first battle so there's honestly like no strategy to it. Anyway. he'll have Oshawott. That poor plant on the right side of the room. depending on whether it is day or night. We'll see some in-game use of it..) Exiting the house. which might be helpful if you get lost anywhere. if you have Tepig. he'll have Snivy. though. the Xtransceiver will be blue if you're a male character and pink if you're a female character. follow them and you'll walk down Route 1 "together. he'll have Tepig. If you have Snivy. i. Defeating Cheren will be enough to push your starter to Level 6.

this means you're finally allowed to move. with all eyes on her. then you'll be able to exit. A small ways up and you'll meet Prof. she will show you how to catch a Pokemon.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www.. talk to Bianca and yes to advance. Juniper who will be positioned by some grass. Juniper will give you some POKE BALLS of your own five to be exact and then head north. Heal your Pokemon (you're forced to) and let her show you around some more.. leaving you behind. but the other three will provide the dialogue. a Level 2 Patrat will appear and she'll send out her Level 7 Minccino to weaken it. Once he leaves with his group of grunts. So much for "together". PKMN Trainer N Rewards: $700 Pokemon Level Type 12 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Going into the grass will likely land you with a Lillipup or Patrat. Team Plasma. It's a good Pokemon up to the midgame point though. At any rate. but they're in the region over. All you'll be finding are the first three for the moment. I have no idea why they show this tutorial each and every time but eh. This person will come to you and introduce himself as "N". an item that restores 20 HP to a Pokemon. Prof. leaving you. We'll be seeing it a fair bit.. you'll see some people moving towards a crowd to the left. follow them. ready to be used if necessary. Cheren and one other person behind. then challenge you to a fight. The two of them will then head north. It can be a bit boring after that unfortunately. Lillipup is almost like the Starly of the Going outside. Patrat is sort of like the Bidoof. it is surprisingly strong and will stay strong for a while. Accumula Town Prof. which no other Unova Pokemon holds. although unlike Staraptor the final form of Lillipup (Stoutland) isn't quite so useful. the crowd will dissipate. It is however worth noting that Lillipup has Pickup. It'll go straight into the medicine part of your bag. Lillipup Normal Grass 50% Patrat Normal Grass 50% Audino Normal Shaking Grass 100% Farfetch'd Normal Swarm 40% Basculin Water Surf 100% Basculin Water Dark Water ~ Surf 100% Basculin Water Fish 95% Feebas Water Fish 5% Basculin Water Dark Water ~ Fish 35% Feebas Water Dark Water ~ Fish 60% Milotic Water Dark Water ~ Fish 5% Level Level N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Trade N/A Trade N/A 16 20 with Prism Scale with Prism Scale NOTE: Pokemon that I have listed in italics cannot be caught until after you get the National Dex. to shake by walking or knock it out for a delicious pretty much any shaking grass to find one. The usual lesson: weaken a Pokemon and then throw a Poke Ball at it. You can always catch it as well. More dialogue and then Cheren and Bianca will continue north. Continuing north. You can always catch one for a Cut slave though.. I'd recommend saving first. and it's probably not likely to be much use. go talk to her and she'll lead you inside and show you around. so don't fret if you knock one out. although it has a very different movepool in the form of moves such as Hypnosis. You'll get a call on the Xtransceiver. despite how Talking to the dark haired girl in the upper grass will get you a POTION.gamefaqs. showing all four of you. You'll probably only come across Audino if you force the grass running on the outside of it. Get used to this 'creepy' music you'll be hearing it a LOT throughout the game. It's easy 'rare' it is. Juniper is standing outside the Pokemon Center. we'll see Cheren and Bianca. so don't get excited. but if you find one feel free to amount of EXP. Follow them to enter the crowd yourself with Cheren and then you get to see a speech from the evil team of Black and White.. though. Pickup will give you random items every once in a while. you never speak of course.

Purrloin is a Dark-type Pokemon. a TV screen.) Go figure. After the first it's pretty neat. Exit that house and then go to the one in the top right. Below you is a bloody huge boulder. This first fight with him has him with only one Pokemon. who will fight you with a Purrloin. just go back in the snuck out of there without being seen by of teleportation! Outside the Pokemon Center. I don't have a clue why she phoned you. Your mum will say something and then appear as soon as you turn the Xtransceiver off. It's not that powerful regardless. N is a special character and we'll be fighting him a few times throughout the game. go to the top left house in the city. but at any rate she will give you the RUNNING SHOES. which will be enough to push you up another level unless you trained a boatload in Route 1. It should go down pretty quickly. If either the wild Pokemon or the trainers beat you up too much. In this house you'll see two people by musical instruments. just beat it down with whatever attacks you have. I think the only game where it wasn't a youngster was in RBY. head back to Accumula and heal. Once she leaves. all with a Level 7 version of one of the three main Wild Pokemon. who as usual is a Youngster. Brace yourself. you'll find a Lass. Patrat and Lillipup can appear as high as Level 7. try to exit north and Bianca will appear! She'll end up challenging you to a fight. 7 Dark As you might be able to tell from the music.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. talk to both and say yes to each to add two extra instruments to the song. and then keep going to get a call on your Xtransceiver. It's not required by any means. go upstairs and talk to the guy to receive a POKE BALL. Follow the path a bit more to find the last trainer on the route. Don't let that put you off. while Purrloin will only appear between about 4 or 5. giving it some extra layers. a receptionist and some special music. That's all Accumula Town offers. Exit out left into the route itself. I would start by do so. Bianca will have somehow every NPC in Pokemon is capable talking Cheren will too and we've finally healing your starter. N will leave after got the run of the Pokemon Center and you. then after some more place at last. they are a POTION and a POKE BALL. There are three trainers on this route. Purrloin Lv. you'll have free reign over the route. I do love how the fight. Note that the wilds here can be strangely strong.. Go east and around after that to find the two items we saw from Accumula Town before.gamefaqs. Past the grass you'll find your first normal trainer of the game. Defeating it will give you somewhere around the realm of 118 EXP. Head into the grass and pick up the item ball to receive a POTION. so head left out of the town.. which will power up moves that match their primary type. another Youngster with a Lillipup. The double speed is much welcomed. they've practically quadrupled in size since Generation IV. It's worth noting that low health on your starters can be benefical. and based on its cat appearance you might be able to guess it is fast. Note how extra instruments come in whenever you begin walking or running. there's a dark haired guy right below you who will show you how to jump a ledge if you say yes to his question. where it was a Bug Catcher instead (or possibly a Lass if you were playing Yellow. though I do wish you could just run from the start. though if their health drops below 33% their ability will activate. you'll be able to oversee Route 2 as you go there. We'll be seeing quite a lot of them as the game goes on. which will allow you to run by pressing B while moving. but it sounds really good with those extra instruments. That's all we can do in Route 2 for now. Continuing east. They shouldn't be terribly hard. Route 2 Trainer Pokemon: Patrat L7 | Purrloin L7 | Lillipup L7 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Lillipup Normal Grass 40% Level 16 Patrat Normal Grass 40% Level 20 Purrloin Dark Grass 20% Level 20 Audino Normal Shaking Grass 100% N/A Wynaut Psychic Swarm 40% N/A The gatehouses in this game are quite elaborate. because there 13 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . this is a strength boulder.

Dreamyard Trainer Pokemon: Purrloin L8.gamefaqs. but as you can see it is currently blocked. 7 Fire/Water/Grass Bianca hasn't grown much stronger. Odd. Striaton City Pokemon Type Basculin Water Surf Basculin Water Dark Basculin Water Fish Goldeen Water Fish Basculin Water Dark Goldeen Water Dark Seaking Water Dark Location Water ~ Encounter Rate Evolution Method 100% N/A Surf 100% N/A 30% N/A 70% Level 33 Fish 30% N/A Fish 60% Level 33 Fish 10% N/A Water ~ Water ~ Water ~ Almost as soon as you enter. talk to her and say yes to receive a Pokemon! This Pokemon will be either Pansage. go and heal yourself in the Pokemon Center. There's still more we can do in Striaton City. There is a building directly to the right of the Pokemon Center. It's unlikely to be much of a problem." He'll give you a DUSK BALL. There's something we'll have to do first. they have 2-3 Pokemon. It'll go down easily enough and then Bianca will once again send out the starter that yours is strong against. but there is one very important thing that we are able to do. By now you should have the first elemental move of your starter (Ember / Water Gun / Vine Whip) so just use that to beat it. but when you're ready. You'll see a woman. take it to pick up an X SPEED at the end. A table to illustrate. too. there will be a path to the left. Strangely enough there are Pikachu hedges here. Exit the Pokemon Center and go to the far right of the city and then down to find a guy hiding in this small "alley. Rival Bianca Rewards: $700 Pokemon Level Type Lillipup Lv. but there's somewhere else we should visit first. They are collectively the elemental monkeys and you will get the monkey that is weak to your Bianca will let you leave after that. but they're easy enough.. Patrat L7. despite Pikachu not being in Unova at all. Lillipup L7 There's not a whole lot we can do here just yet. Purrloin L8 | Patrat L7. which can actually hit decently hard with Tackle. Return back and enter the first house on the right. though. Head to the far south west of the city by the hedges to pick up a GREAT BALL. Exit and ignore the house right above it..GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Head out the city to the top right. this is the gym. Bianca does have a Potion however and she will use it if either of her Pokemon descends into low health. Your Starter Monkey Received Monkey's Type Tepig Pansage Grass Oshawott Pansear Fire Snivy Panpour Water 14 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . though. are a LOT of rival fights in the early parts of the game. Pansear or Panpour. you should probably save before you talk to her. head north into Striaton City. talk to the guy by the table on the right to get a GREAT BALL. although she now has a new Pokemon in Lillipup. I would recommend having only five or less Pokemon in your team while we go there. 6 Normal Tepig/Oshawott/Snivy Lv. You'll have to fight your way through two trainers. huh? You can also get a BALMMUSHROOM if you go to the very top left square (that is currently accessible) and face the tree and examine it.

Step on the fire switch in the middle to open the last curtain. The leader you battle will depend on your starter. the blue haired one (Cress) is Water and Cilan is Grass. 8 Dark Strangely enough. but three gym leaders! Each represents a different type. Cheren will give you an ORAN BERRY after the fight. on this first one touch the Water circle on the right. Normal gym? Not quite. which you can probably tell by their design. Once you've done then continue forward to find Cilan again. Talk to him and say yes twice to fight. Talk to the brown haired guy at the top right and answer his quiz correctly (the first option. They'll also learn no more techniques once they evolve. one of the Gym Leaders of Striaton City. After the fight. GYM LEADER CHILI / CRESS / CILAN Rewards: $1680. Talk to him and he'll go inside. 10 15 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . You've probably noticed Cheren at the top. go back. Take a step forward and the support guy will give you a FRESH WATER. Talk to him and it will turn out there is not one. although the Fire monkey gets screwed by having weaker attacks then the other two. it's worth putting your monkey in the lead if you want it to gain any EXP.. Go into the building left of the Pokemon Center. Purrloin L10 Strangely enough. Striaton Gym Trainer Pokemon: Lillipup L11 | Patrat L10. leaders. the red haired one (Pod) is Fire. Trio Badge My Team: Tepig Lv. then return to Striaton City. we can now finish up. You'll see what I mean soon enough. we're now able to take on the gym! You'll notice the person outside the gym has changed. Purrloin is exactly the same as every other one you've faced up to this point. 13. Yes. Pansage Lv. but be ready to struggle to deal damage in some parts. for the record. look at the curtain and step on the design that resembles the element that the type on the curtain is weak against. All three are also elemental stone evolutions. then continue forward to be battled by a waitress. You'll get no penalty if you hit the wrong answer. and then turn back to the board. Rival Cheren Rewards: $800 Pokemon Level Type Tepig/Oshawott/Snivy Lv. Use it if you want. this is the Trainers' School. he'll send out a Lillipup. this is Cilan.. although thankfully we don't actually have to wait too long for those. Striaton City (2) With monkey in tow. 8 Fire/Water/Grass Purrloin Lv. Their offense will be pretty bad until about Level 22. TM83 Work Up. then the third) to receive a FULL HEAL from him. Continue into the next room to get challenged by a Waiter. so the curtain will open. hit the grass switch on the left to open the water curtain. hence why I suggested the monkey (it'll have a type advantage. Normal gym? Dark gym? Who the hell knows. Heal up if need be.) It's a pretty basic fight. Go up and pick up the X Defend. giving you access to the gym. and then challenge the leader. I'd go back and heal first unless you really don't need to. they're a little subpar. save if necessary. Fire is weak to water. Cheren will actually send out his starter first. In terms of stats. knock it out and move on. so will have both a Patrat and a Purrloin. although it's worth noting his starter has an Oran Berry attached. the puzzle for this gym is a simple little quiz. the gym resembles a restaurant. you'll battle the leader that represents the type your starter is weak to. an item that restores 50 HP which is very useful at this point. For example.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www.gamefaqs. Anyway.

you'll only be fighting two Pokemon. Head back to the Dreamyard again. The poor fire monkey doesn't even get Ember. just use your own monkey against it.) Not to mention there's only one time we're actually forced to use Cut. and as you will see the badges have a rather special animation this time around. Rape? Not quite. so don't hesitate to teach Work Up to whatever you can! Go ahead and exit the gym.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Lillipup is crap. really badly. Follow her in and go forward to hear the cry of a Munna. but otherwise not really a problem. then the monkey belonging to that leader second. Incinerate Pod Up. but it honestly won't be a problem. 14 Water Gluttony Work Pansage Lv. so try to take this dog out as fast as you can. then give you the Work Up TM. HMs still work the same as ever.. I think. Striaton City (3) As soon as you get outside. while you can load the super effective damage onto them. but it doesn't even have Tackle or Take Down or anything. Cut the tree down and attempt to step forward to have Bianca come and talk to you. as Plasma grunts usually are. Don't get me wrong though. Bite All Up. then the basic elemental move of that type it gets. Cut.. it also has Work Up. It'll run away a bit. the leader also has one Potion to use. They won't be able to hit you for more than not very effective damage. she instead brings you to her room and gives you HM01. Cilan will begin talking again and explain that the badge will make all Pokemon up to Level 20 listen to you. These monkeys are pretty fast. then be cornered by Team Plasma grunts! It's up to you to save this Munna. At any rate. which is whatever you teach them to is permanently stuck with it. Fennel's assistant and the creator of the storage system in Unova.. As you can see. At any rate. You'll fight Lillipup first no matter what leader you're facing. TMs now have infinite use. or at least until you can get them to the move deleter (which is a bit before the sixth badge in this game. 16 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . you now get a different song whenever the leader sends out their final Pokemon. It gives it a really nice effect. 12 Normal Pickup Work Pansear Lv. Dreamyard (2) Trainer Pokemon: Patrat L10 | Purrloin L10 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Patrat Normal Grass 40% Level 20 Purrloin Dark Grass 40% Level 20 Munna Psychic Grass 20% Moon Stone Audino Normal Shaking Grass 95% N/A Musharna Psychic Shaking Grass 5% N/A Now that we have Cut. The only thing you really need to watch out for is Work Up. it is easy. she won't fight you this time. Winning will get you the TRIO BADGE.gamefaqs. Thankfully. It can still hurt I suppose. which will raise its Attack and Special Attack by one stage each and every time it is used. Bite will be able to hurt quite severely after a few attack raises. As a final note." It's time we officially enter the second chapter. a woman will see you and bring you to her house. we can explore this place a bit more properly. You may be a tad under levelled compared to the leader's Pokemon. Tslk to the girl next to the PC. Then we get to the monkey. Vine Whip Cilan Yeah. Talking to her will replace "Somebody's PC" with "Amanita's PC. I'm not kidding about those movesets. don't be alarmed. head north and you'll see one standing there. Water Gun Cress Up. 14 Grass Gluttony Work Attacks Owned By Up. Remember. If you want a particularly easy time. They suck. Pokemon Level Type Ability Lillipup Lv. The best thing about the monkey is the music change. so you have to beat the two one after another. as well. This is Amanita. 14 Fire Gluttony Work Panpour Lv.

It's certainly usable. go up the steps and head left. Regardless. then to the right by going around the northern wall by the grass. it will learn no more moves when it evolves into a Musharna via a Moon Stone. so it's time to continue our journey. but if you want a good moveset you are pretty much forced to wait. Go directly south and pick up the PARLYZ HEAL by the "window". which is the house on the right if you go up the steps. she will heal your Pokemon. but there's more you need to do that I'm not really sure about. head back to Striaton City. this is a Musharna. you can go to the left to find a POKE BALL first.gamefaqs. Note that if you go into the left house with the red roof and talk to the woman directly in front of you when you enter. Its level up moves can leave a bit to be desired.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. If you're curious about Munna. it is the home of the Daycare Centre. unless you want to catch a Munna or something. the guy who was doing the speech before appears and causes them to flee. and her assistant will also give you a PAL PAD which functions the same as always. it's a horrendously slow Psychic-type that has a bit of bulk. I have barely used it. As always.and takes it. Return to where the stairs were and this time go right.. She gets excited about the item . there's about four trainers to fight here. Striaton City (4) Go into the house where Fennel/the female scientist was before and talk to her to receive the C-GEAR. but I am near clueless on those. Route 3 Trainer Pokemon: Lillipup L10. Pidove L9 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Pidove Normal/Flying Grass 40% Level 21 Patrat Normal Grass 20% Level 20 Blitzle Electric Grass 20% Level 27 Lillipup Normal Grass 10% Level 16 Purrloin Dark Grass 10% Level 20 Audino Normal Shaking Grass 100% N/A Illumise Bug Swarm (Black) 40% N/A Volbeat Bug Swarm (White) 40% N/A Basculin Water Surf 100% N/A Basculin Water Dark Water ~ Surf 100% N/A Basculin Water Fish 30% N/A Goldeen Water Fish 70% Level 33 Basculin Water Dark Water ~ Fish 30% N/A Goldeen Water Dark Water ~ Fish 60% Level 33 Seaking Water Dark Water ~ Fish 10% N/A Route 3 has a couple of attractions and is a pretty long route. then the three kids with helmets each have one of the three monkeys. You get a Moon Stone in due time. picking up a REPEL. then go up the stairs and follow the left path around for a POTION. Regardless. but be prepared to make some sacrifices.which happens to be the Dream Mist . you can leave up to two Pokemon there. Most importantly. and if the two Pokemon are compatible an egg may be produced. especially since most of the good TMs are horridly late in the game. For the record.. Head out the city to the top left. You can even walk on the slide here. an important item that will take the position on the bottom screen. We may as well get the rest of the items now. we'll go talk to her soon enough. clicking the Wi-Fi part of the C-Gear and then the middle option will allow you to get to the Dream World. You do need it for the Entralink things at least. Fennel (the woman who gave you Cut) will appear to watch the two leave and drop an item ball behind. That's all we have to do in here for now. That's all there is to do in Striaton. but I imagine it's useful for something. the evolution of Munna. having the C-Gear enables Wi-Fi. Munna L10 | Panpour L10 | Pansear L10 | Pansage L10 | Purrloin L10 + Purrloin L10 | Patrat L9. it doesn't get Psychic until Level 37 and as its a stone evolution. 17 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . What I assume is the Munna's mother comes out to check on it. Once you beat them. containing your friend code and being the place to enter the friend codes of other people. Lillipup The first is a teacher with a Lillipup and a Munna. Honestly. however.

but these spots may also yield any of the nine evolution stones. After defeating Cheren. as well as an Oval Stone. Of course. two waves of plasma grunts. so it's worth checking out these clouds whenever they appear. as well as possibly finding either Drilbur or Excadrill depending on which cave you're in. but before you can enter it. Walk forward and you'll have to take on battle. Cheren appears! It may not have been that long since we last fought him. then cycle back around to the cave and talk to Cheren. There's also a hidden FULL HEAL if you check the bottom spot on the right hand side of the elevated part of the cave. Seems she got a Munna herself. directly after that is a double out his starter as a lead. Aside from that. Once the upper part of the route is done. A bit further left and you'll see some grass. Rival Cheren Rewards: $1200 Pokemon Level Type Tepig/Oshawott/Snivy Lv. it's up to you to save it.gamefaqs. then continue left. 40 do so and the Plasma unfortunately too late to save Bianca's captured Cheren will leave the cave. there isn't a whole lot to say really. two Plasma grunts will run past you and then Bianca and a child will appear. he'll send two more Patrat to take out. ignore him for the moment and continue right through the grass to fight a trainer. You'll see Cheren waiting by the entrance to a cave. continue left for the first double battle of the game. Say yes and he'll enter. You're given grunts will leave the cave.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. although his levels are now a lot higher. there's also a pretty high chance they'll give you an item of some sort. Wellspring Cave Trainer Pokemon: Patrat L12 | Patrat L12 + Patrat L12 Pokemon Type Woobat Psychic/Flying Cave Roggenrola Rock Cave Drilbur Ground Dust Basculin Water Surf Basculin Water Dark Basculin Water Fish Poliwag Water Fish Poliwhirl Water Fish Poliwhirl Water Dark Basculin Water Dark Poliwrath Water/Fighting Dark Location Floor Floor Cloud Water ~ Encounter Rate Evolution Method 50% Happiness 50% Level 25 100% Level 31 100% N/A Surf 100% N/A 30% N/A 65% Level 25 5% Water Stone Fish 65% Water Stone Fish 30% N/A Fish 5% N/A Water ~ Water ~ Water ~ DUST CLOUDS Dust clouds are a bit different than their shaking grass and dark water counterparts. Bianca reports that her Pokemon has apparently been stolen.. His starter also still has an Oran Berry. You can cycle around to get a TM46. 18 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . and Plasma made off with it. giving you exploration freedom. it works exactly the same as in fourth gen. You will usually get gem items that will boost the power of a particular type of move one time. Just pile on the offense as usual. Grab the REPEL in the alcove here. but he'll fight you all the same. THIEF which is the same as usual. The first is a single battle where you are paired with Cheren.. she'll give you an ORAN BERRY when you win. 12 Dark Cheren's team hasn't changed at all since the last fight. Grab the SUPER POTION in the grass. 100 accuracy and steals the opponent's item if possible. but we were Pokemon. 14 Fire/Water/Grass Purrloin Lv.

. Once they leave.gamefaqs. Its evolution Excadrill has incredible stats and an interesting Ground/Steel typing. Pidove and its evolutions are decent. go back out to Route 3 when you're ready. 2-on-2 fights with wild Pokemon.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. TALL GRASS Tall grass is different to normal grass in three different ways. It's decent and has an interesting and then into Gigalith. Purrloin L12 | Pidove L12. which now stops any move knocking it out in one hit. we can continue down the route. It's pretty decent at the early stages. The level range is also higher than the regular grass. The Pokemon found in the grass usually differ from those found in the regular grass. attempt to go through them or back in the direction of Striaton and they'll both talk to you. strangely enough. so you won't see it all that much especially as there aren't all that many caves in the game. you won't find a Audino or any other rare Pokemon in this thicker grass. but isn't especially strong even after it evolves. Tall grass doesn't shake. and is the first Electric Pokemon you will have encountered in the game. Drilbur is a bit harder to find compared to the others and it may take a fair few dust clouds to actually get a wild encounter with it. they'll be decidedly average. and once it gets Rock Blast it can become really powerful. but they are no Starly line. Taillow or Starly. even though they are physically based Pokemon. it's decent to begin with. as well as Flame Charge at 18. These work the same as Generation IV in the sense that you can only catch one of the two Pokemon and you can only start throwing Poke Balls once one of the two has been taken down. while it is good for most of the 19 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . but it can prove to be a really good Pokemon. If you can find a good one. However. Route 3 (2) Trainer Pokemon: Blitzle L13 | Woobat L13 | Patrat L12.. It'll eventually evolve into Boldore. Blitzle is the other new one. there is a problem. As a Pokemon on your side. Remember. It may be a tiny bit mediocre to begin with but as soon as it gets Dig (Level 19) it will prove to be a very strong force. ie you'll probably find more evolved forms in the taller grass. The wild Pokemon here are interesting. Hoothoot. learning Shock Wave at 11 and Spark at 25. it is very much worth using. First is Pidove. but is nowhere near as prominent as Zubat has always been. you can always heal in the nursery if needed. then pick up the ANTIDOTE. and it only keeps getting better from there. Roggenrola will be a pain to kill due to its Sturdy ability. It's probably time I said about the new Pokemon in this route. with the kid giving you three HEAL BALLS. You'll see Cheren in some differently coloured grass. who is the basic bird of this game much like Pidgey. Roggenrola L12 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Pidove Normal/Flying Tall Grass 40% Level 21 Patrat Normal Tall Grass 20% Level 20 Blitzle Electric Tall Grass 20% Level 27 Lillipup Normal Tall Grass 10% Level 16 Purrloin Dark Tall Grass 10% Level 20 Return to where Bianca and the child talked to you and you'll see them again. You will sometimes encounter wild double battles. They also have a problem in that most of their level up moves focus around special moves. although unlike them you can only obtain one after one badge. At any rate. you need to trade Boldore to evolve. head down towards him and he'll come out and tell you about the grass. Woobat is the new bat. I would pass on this Pokemon. Unless you have a friend or someone who can help you with trade evolutions. They're good if you want a flying-type. both of which have very powerful attack and defense stats for their positions in the evolution line. Head south after that to fight a guy with a Blitzle. The downside? Aside from their absolutely horrid speed. but use at your own risk. that is to say.

go through it and pick up the GREAT BALL and then back onto the bridge and fight the trainer here. Anyway. so be prepared with Fighting moves if you have any. 13 Fighting N's team has changed entirely to encompass Pokemon from the areas surrounding Nacrene City. near the end of the game. you'll be matching blow for blow. Head forward to be challenged by a school kid.. Its strength lies physically. Miracle Seed boosts the power of Grass-type moves by 20% and likewise for Charcoal with Fire moves and Mystic Water with Water moves. so don't let me put you off it entirely. it will have some offensive problems. You can unfortunately only get one of these three from the girl. then go through the gatehouse to the left. That's all there is in the city generally. PKMN Trainer N Rewards: $1300 Pokemon Level Type Pidove Lv. When you get to some more normal grass. Tympole is quite possibly one of the strangest looking Pokemon this generation. it comes at Level 15 regardless of this gym is just plain weird. The far left house with the blue door contains a blue haired girl who will ask you a question about the starters. he'll walk you along a bit. Lillipup L15 You'll get another Fresh Water from the guy as you enter. Picking the first option will get you a MIRACLE SEED. we've arrived at the town of the second gym. Throw as much offense in as you can. continue through the route. This is the gym! Nacrene Gym Trainer Pokemon: Patrat L17 | Herdier L17 | Lillipup L15. 13 Normal/Flying Tympole Lv. although the others will be in the field somewhere in the future. the second will give you MYSTIC WATER and the third will give you CHARCOAL. but at only 100 base attack and the strongest physical Electric move is only 90 power. Black players will have to give her a Cottonee. but it's just a basic Water-type all the same. the girl on the top floor wants either a Cottonee or a Petilil. Heal up if need be. it actually is. N will leave after the battle. Pidove won't be new. which saves you having to find someone with the opposite version to get the other Grass-type. The green doored house furthest on the right contains a trade.. who will sell you all of the items in the X series (ie X Attack. and is Fighting-type itself. allowing you free movement again. Timburr is the basic version of a powerful Fighting-type. It'll go down pretty quickly. Fight the trainer. while White players will have to give her a Petilil. A scientist will show you around a bit. Seeing as I can't read Japanese I'm not actually sure 20 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . The house directly to the right strangely enough contains a shopkeeper. then enter the museum. Dire Hit) for their usual prices. Choose whichever one is most appropriate. and N will come out! If we want to do the gym. then give you a CHESTO BERRY. then get ready to explore the city a bit. Cheren will be waiting for you.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. we'll have to beat him first. Normal-type gym? This time. Lillipup L15. Could be useful. although you can listen to an accordion in the music if you stand on or near the platform in the top left with the accordion guy. having a go in the long grass if you wish. head up into the next room. who will stick a Patrat on you. Attempt to enter the museum in the center of the city. Nacrene City At last. but the other two will be unless you decided to go exploring in the route to the left. Now. game. Otherwise. but might take more than one hit. Across the bridge there's another trainer and an AWAKENING you can pick up. Once he lets you move.gamefaqs. The Pokemon you get in exchange is the one from the opposite version. 13 Water Timburr Lv. Heal up. Might. I suppose. even evolved into a Zebstrika. It's certainly a competent Pokemon for most of the game however.

we don't need to know what the dialogue says. 21 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Do you think your prize Pokemon will win? Possibly not. but I am not kidding when I say she is a lot tougher than the first gym leader was. the evolution of Patrat. The Awakenings and Chesto Berries we've had up to this point can be useful. if you have a Munna like me. Retaliate's power doubles from an intimidating 70 to a staggering 140. especially with its Take Down. with 5 PP. which I believe signifies some new knowledge. 100 accuracy Leer can lower your defense like always. The woman may also use an X Defend on it! Once you beat her. make good use of Yawn or Hypnosis! X items can also come in useful. the gym leader here is tough. Do whatever you can to take it down ASAP. take it down as soon as possible. Basic Badge My Team: Munna Lv. because this thing might use Hypnosis with its already decent speed and incapacitate your Pokemon. the better. When you're ready. You'll get some red text. then check the south-eastern bookcase near the entrance for more red text. As with Herdier. talk to the schoolgirl on the middle-eastern bookcase and answer yes to her question to get her to fight you. then totally wipe the floor with you. revealing a secret staircase. Pignite Lv. That in itself is going to deal a large blow to your Pokemon.? Whatever.. but Fighting is by far the best. To put it in perspective. Unfortunately. allowing Pokemon up to Level 30 to always listen to you. unless its name is Roggenrola. 17. either. This is where Lenora's signature move comes into play.. 18 Normal Intimidate Take Down.gamefaqs. Status effects can also help too. what you're meant to do here. Hypnosis Lenora also only has two Pokemon. Crunch. Thankfully it returns to 70 base after that. You'll also get a copy of TM67 containing Lenora's signature move. Check the now accessible book for more red text. use the bit left of Nacrene City in order to train. There are also three Fighting-types you can catch in that area. Go back and heal now. but watch out! That's not factoring in the other things Watchog can do. Finally.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Beat her and check the book to flick a switch and cause the whole bookcase to move. Start by getting on the stool to the left near where you start and press yes to read it. as can stat lowers such as accuracy reducers! Lenora also has one Super Potion to use. but watch out for that first turn Retaliate! Most types will work. 18 Pokemon Level Type Ability Attacks Herdier Lv. Factor in the STAB bonus and anything Watchog hits with the boosted Retaliate is probably not going to survive. descend the staircase and talk to the leader to battle! GYM LEADER LENORA Rewards: $2400. the evolution of Lillipup. which at this stage of the game is pretty powerful. 60% accuracy isn't all that low in AI terms. 20 Normal Illuminate Leer. Watch out for this dog. and you are very likely to be under levelled compared to her strongest Pokemon. TM67 Retaliate. Combine that with a STAB Take Down and it's going to hurt anything not named Roggenrola. but it also has the powerful Crunch move an 80 power Dark move and worst of all. it has 80 base attack. Doesn't help it has decent defenses and Intimidate. Lenora's main is Watchog. Retaliate which has also been translated as Get Even and Vengeance is normally a 70 power. Her opening Pokemon is Herdier. the less it can use Take Down and its other moves on you. Retaliate. and talk to the scientist on the stepladder. Go to the bookcase directly behind that one too. but it's something about reading books and answering questions. but if that team had lost a Pokemon either on that turn or the turn before.18. any one of them will make the gym battle a lot easier to handle. Next. but hopefully you just won't get pegged with Hypnosis in the first place. Retaliate. Answer yes to her question and she'll fight you. Leer Watchog Lv. Hypnosis. Drilbur Lv. check the bookcase directly behind the one you just checked and press yes for another bout of red text. and it's a good move for this stage in the game. If required. Bite. she'll move off the stool. Defeating Lenora will give you the Basic Badge. as usual.. TMs are completely reusable so make good use of this TM as it is likely a fair few of your Pokemon will be able to learn it. it's surprisingly powerful.

for it has a 125 base attack stat which is incredibly high at this stage in the game. Sawk and Throh are the Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan of this game. Also. Sawk in particular is amazing. Tympole L13. Sawk learns more towards attacking while Throh has more bulk. don't use it if you don't have someone to trade with. who Lenora will introduce as having 120 HP and a respectable 100 attack. none of the line learn Waterfall. We'll sort that out in a minute. it's decent. as will Cheren. Tympole's two evolutions are both Water/Ground typing. although their stats are a bit low. specializing equally in both attack and special attack. Exit this path and go left to enter the forest's radius proper. and you should too. Tympole L13 | Venipede L14.gamefaqs. so it's just a basic 40 power Fighting move that can lower defense. Well. and he'll move into the actual forest. Bring out the itemfinder right away.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. if you go to the top left of the city and slide in the gap between the hedge and the wall here as you're exiting to Pinwheel Forest. The two gym leaders will run off. It and its evolutions aren't too bad. Bianca will also come along. You're soon joined by another person. Both Bianca and Cheren will go into the museum. Tympole is one of the few Water Pokemon you will see early on in the game. it's not long before trouble strikes. Talk to the girl by the sign if you wish (she doesn't seem to do anything) and 22 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Also. Throh is much. if you go onto the part of the train track in Nacrene City to the bottom left and examine the spot two spaces from the wall on the upper side of the train track. You'll meet Burgh on the route. three to be exact. Timburr is basically the Machop of Unova. allowing you to locate hidden items. who we'll be facing at the end of this chapter.. it is a bunch of Fighting-types. although Throh is a very absorbent wall. Lillipup L14 | Timburr L16 | Timburr L16 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Tympole Water Grass 40% Level 25 Pidove Normal/Flying Grass 30% Level 21 Timburr Fighting Grass 20% Level 25 Sawk Fighting Grass (Black) 10% N/A Throh Fighting Grass (White) 10% N/A Audino Normal Shaking Grass 95% N/A Sawk Fighting Shaking Grass (White) 5% N/A Throh Fighting Shaking Grass (Black) 5% N/A Tympole Water Tall Grass 40% Level 25 Pidove Normal/Flying Tall Grass 30% Level 21 Timburr Fighting Tall Grass 20% Level 25 Sawk Fighting Tall Grass (Black) 10% N/A Throh Fighting Tall Grass (White) 10% N/A If there's one thing you can get in this area. some dialogue later and they'll steal the skull off the fossil's head and vanish. They'll work decently though. much slower though. although the final form does get Grass Knot and Focus Blast. Otherwise. Lenora runs after them. You'll find Lenora. and their movepool is odd. Might come in useful all the same. Petilil L13 | Roggenrola L14 | Tympole L13. and pretty much all the way through.. you can find a hidden REVIVE. the scientist and a team of six Plasma grunts there. He's the gym leader of Castelia City. ROCK SMASH. As for the route. and you'll receive the ITEMFINDER from Bianca. and it'll tell you a hidden item is west. it's a three stage pure Fighting line that requires a trade to get from the middle form to the final form. I'd say Sawk is the better one. examine the spot directly top left of the bottom bush to find a hidden ULTRA BALL. The same goes for Timburr as with Roggenrola. I think. leaving us to do the bigger task. Also. Pinwheel Forest (Outside) Trainer Pokemon: Munna L15 | Cottonee L13. and it appears Team Plasma has struck again! Lenora quickly rushes out. Of course. talk to the first woman you see to get TM94. follow her to the museum room. So begins the third stage of the journey! Nacrene City (2) You'll find Lenora outside. Rock Smash has no field effect this time. It'll direct you onto the raised platform. Ice Beam or Blizzard. follow it along and examine the flowers at the end for a hidden SUPER POTION.

Cottonee truly shines when you factor in its ability. Check the puddle in the top right of this enclosed part for a TINYMUSHROOM. Battle the trainers for their EXP. Patrat L14 | Pidove L16. use the itemfinder to locate it. Also go to the south of the tall grass to pick up a SUPER POTION. The itemfinder will also begin reacting. Exit again and continue south through the grass to find two trainers. and you'll get a free STAR PIECE. Substitute. pick up the NET BALL. Woobat L15 | Munna L17 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Cottonee Grass Grass (Black) 35% Sun Stone Petilil Grass Grass (White) 35% Sun Stone Sewaddle Bug/Grass Grass 35% Level 20 Pidove Normal/Flying Grass 15% Level 21 Venipede Bug/Poison Grass 15% Level 22 Audino Normal Shaking Grass 65% N/A Pansear Fire Shaking Grass 10% Fire Stone Panpour Water Shaking Grass 10% Water Stone Pansage Grass Shaking Grass 10% Leaf Stone Whimsicott Grass Shaking Grass (Black) 5% N/A Lilligant Grass Shaking Grass (White) 5% N/A Cottonee Grass Tall Grass (Black) 35% Sun Stone Petilil Grass Tall Grass (White) 35% Sun Stone Swadloon Bug/Grass Tall Grass 35% Happiness Tranquill Normal/Flying Tall Grass 15% Level 32 Whirlipede Bug/Poison Tall Grass 15% Level 30 Basculin Water Surf 100% N/A Basculin Water Dark Water ~ Surf 100% N/A Basculin Water Fish 30% N/A Goldeen Water Fish 70% Level 33 Basculin Water Dark Water ~ Fish 30% N/A Goldeen Water Dark Water ~ Fish 60% Level 33 Seaking Water Dark Water ~ Fish 10% N/A Lots of different Pokemon to get in here. although Cottonee lies far more towards support while Petilil lies towards offense. which should be easy at this point. Timburr L16 | Pansage L18 | Panpour L18 | Patrat L16 | Pansear L18 | Patrat L14. although once Cottonee evolves into Whimsicott it can use Flying-type attacks such as Hurricane. with notable additions being the two basic insects of the game and an exclusive Grass-type. Say yes. Notice the big rock in all of these small rocks? This rock is actually quite special.. go down the steps to the left. There is also a hidden ANTIDOTE in the huge puddle. we'll have to take a detour to get the item it's showing us. They also both have some very good abilities. then head back to the Pinwheel Forest (Inside) Trainer Pokemon: Sewaddle L16 + Sewaddle L16 | Sandile L16 | Purrloin L16 | Herdier L18 | Venipede L16. 23 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . After the battle. it's called Prankster. and makes all moves that have 0 BP (ie Leech Seed. Sandile L14.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Purrloin L16 | Woobat L15. Both of them are decent. bring any Fighting-type Pokemon in your party and talk to the rock and you'll be asked a question. but constant Audino will probably make you rip your hair out even with the EXP. Continue down south and the itemfinder will start reacting. A bit to the right of the second is a GREAT BALL you can pick up. then slip into the tall grass and go north. Finally. You can also catch the other two monkeys as well as multiples of the one you got in here. then talk to the Nurse just south. then check the flower right above the puddle on the right to get an ETHER. Cotton Spore. but I wouldn't recommend you use them so much as they miss most of their moves. She'll fight you with a Level 15 Munna. Battle the youngster here. You're also able to get the evolutions of the two exclusive Grass-types. Both are mostly stuck to Grass attacks only. she'll heal you.gamefaqs. heal. Go slightly down and slip into the wall and follow it around to pick up an ETHER. though. Up the steps you'll find a bunch of grass and two trainers. Pick up another visible ANTIDOTE to the north. You can do this once every day. then continue right to fight another youngster. and enter the forest. and you can come back and talk to her to heal at any point in the future. Woobat L15.

You'll be able to obtain your own soon enough. In-game. Leavanny has 103 attack and 92 speed. Head out north to get onto the main bridge. Going further east and attempting to enter the log will have you fight the third ranger with the last remaining monkey. Venipede on the other hand evolves by level. In comparison. giving it some decent coverage. Sleep Powder) have a priority of +1. meaning Munna users can now evolve it into a Musharna if they so choose. Head back up and left and fight another with 90 attack and 112 speed. if not all the game. as they say. Don't follow him. After accepting the PECHA BERRY. but at the moment a man is blocking us from entering the grass. pick up what I think was an ANTIDOTE in the hollow trunk and then try to go through the trunk tunnel only to be attacked by a ranger with a monkey. with Own Tempo it won't get confused. and instead go left.. you'll going to see these monkey series a lot. Clean their clocks. Skyarrow Bridge Ready for some extreme 3D action? Go into the gatehouse to the right and talk to the hiker right above you to get the QUICK CLAW. then continue south and fight the Plasma grunt. while Own Tempo is an okay ability in itself. Continue left to fight another Plasma grunt. so these two are definitely usable. While not so good for ingame where you need offense. we'll be seeing a fair bit of 3D for the next bit.. then the Plasma grunts disappear. a Ground/Dark crocodile that is quite a good Pokemon. then go straight down in a straight line. in competitive play it is an absolutely incredible ability to have. Sewaddle's final evolution. You may have noticed there's a gap in the fence on the right side with tall grass. Continue left. and most opponents won't be terribly heavy at this point. That's everything in the forest at last (that we can do for now) so head back up and out through the top. the power increases with weight. Petilil's strength lies in Own Tempo. continue south and examine the inside of the hollow tree trunk for another TINYMUSHROOM. Equip it to them and they might just get a chance to move first every now and then. This grunt has a Sandile. We'll now be back on the road. You might notice a large rock with a green top. The two bugs are actually very good compared to the ones in older generations. You'll fight some twins. Lenora and Burgh arrive at the scene shortly. You'll get a CHESTO BERRY for winning. which will increase the potency of draining attacks. Continue right and pick up the MIRACLE SEED before you jump off the ledge. meaning Cottonee almost always moves first when it isn't attacking. the Sun Stone isn't that far away. this is a Moss Rock. which is now 120 BP but always confuses after it finishes. Both have a second ability but it's not quite as noteworthy. including all three Unova starters. who will head north. but it's a good Pokemon nonetheless. head down and fight the three trainers for more EXP. Lilligant learns Petal Dance at Level 46. The happiness evolution is a bit annoying. then work your way into that southern alcove through the grass and pick up the BIG ROOT. There's nothing 24 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . the real bargain comes with its evolution. is Bug/Grass. Defeating him will get the skull back. Leavanny. Examine the square two squares away from the tree to get a TINYMUSHROOM. Returning to the forest itself. then go further north and follow the path more.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. For the record. then gives you a MOON STONE as a reward. which is one of the most valuable items in the game if you are using any slow Pokemon. If they appeal to you. There is more in here but we need Surf. As you walk across it you are going to see some very interesting views. There's a PARLYZ HEAL to pick up in a tree trunk. signifying that levelling up an Eevee in the forest will cause it to evolve into a Leafeon. However. that is excellent. Go back to the log you got stopped at and continue north to fight the last Plasma grunt. they evolve a lot later but can actually hold their own for most. Follow this path around to get the excellent TM86. then go south. and its final evolution Scolipede is actually quite decent. You'll receive a CHESTO BERRY as a reward. Keep following the path and you'll probably end up fighting another ranger with a different monkey. Go back onto the path and fight the Pokemon Ranger. give them a try. You should be able to enter soon enough. you'll meet Burgh again. Get a PECHA BERRY off of him. 100 accuracy move at your disposal with no penalty aside from being unable to switch for a few turns. Lilligant. which isn't until later in the game. Take the log bridge up to fight a Plasma grunt. GRASS KNOT. Go further north. It may not be too useful at this point in the game.gamefaqs. pick up the SUPER POTION. and has some decent attack upon which it can use Leaf Blade and X-Scissor. and then one of the Plasma sages will come and talk to the grunt. For the record. as well as the ability to learn the incredible Megahorn move through the move relearner. and there are a lot of Pokemon that learn it. so you basically have a 120 BP. Lenora takes the skull back off you. it makes good coverage. All the same.

Going up in the elevator to Floor 22 will take you to the employees' lounge. yet. The rushing people on the street make it really city like. We'll have uses for Flash later in the game. Sandile L17 At last we're here at the big 3D city. There are vending machines on the upper wall which will give you Fresh Water. Go down and take the second street from the right next. feel free to completely ignore her and heal your Pokemon. and I personally love the music. which will double the money you receive if the Pokemon holding it partakes in the battle at any time. Minccino L20 | Sandile L17. The first floor contains two children. but whatever. Head back up and left and you'll come to the Pokemon Center pretty quickly. Chesto. Defeat his Panpour and he'll go to the same place as the other two dancers. You don't really need it in this game since you get a ton of money. a bunch of 25 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . There's also an art gallery on the right side. There isn't actually anything you can do in here. which we'll get to shortly. Basculin L17. Answer yes and you'll end up in a fight with him. give you TM70. rather. talk to the dancer in front of the fountain.. You'll find another dancer here. defeat his surprisingly high levelled Pansage (though thankfully one level short of a Seed Bomb) and he'll tell you some more stuff. Cottonee L18 | Woobat L20 | Munna L20 | Sewaddle L20 | Pansear L19. a town square (though it's more of a circle) and plenty of buildings to visit. Head down south back into the main part of Castelia. it is a very good bargain. but use it if you like. the latter of which heals 80 HP for a cheaper price than a Super Potion. I'd recommend buying some. Of course. The first building on the right is the Game Freak building. This'll prove useful if you're using a Woobat or a Sewaddle/mayu! You're also able to go up the elevator in here. then go to 47F.. strange.. go north.. do so and talk to the hiker on the southern end of the room to get TM44. Kind of. important on the bridge itself. Some girl will be at the counter who wants you to try the GTS and whatnot. Start by going into the street to the right of the Pokemon Center. Also. Show him the correct type and he'll give you a choice of berries to pick from. The first building on the right is. Panpour L19.gamefaqs. Go into the bar on the right and talk to the bartender to receive a LEMONADE. Exit and talk to the dancer to fight him. Head up north to reach the city square. and you'll get the stone of the corresponding monkey.. I have absolutely no idea why this event occurs. Castelia City Trainer Pokemon: Pansage L21 | Pansear L21 | Panpour L21 | Herdier L19 | Timburr L19 | Roggenrola L19 | Basculin L17. but it's cool nonetheless.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www.Although it's more like an alley. where the three dancers are. In this street you are able to buy CASTELIA CONE. Talk to the centre one to get the AMULET COIN. Head back up and this time go into the street. Castelia Cone is basically the Unova region's Lava Cookie and has exactly the same effect as a Full Heal. in here you will find a clown who requests to see a specific type of Pokemon... park benches and a fountain. Exit the center afterwards. Summer or Autumn. complete with trees. putting all three in the same place. but only if it's a Tuesday and the season is Spring. with several streets. the middle gives you a Fire Stone and the bottom gives you a Water Stone. but it's an interesting place nonetheless. go south onto one of the ports. a WATER STONE or a FIRE STONE. that means there are also plenty of items to collect! I love the music in this place too. Talk to the guy blocking the lift to get him to move. REST. . it is absolutely massive. You can talk to the scientist along the south wall here to get either a LEAF STONE. Going north you'll end up back at the town square. defeat his Pansear and he'll move to the place where the first dancer was. but more will be revealed if you're able to activate the Zorua event. You are now at an international party! Or at least something like that. The guy himself actually lists the three monkeys. This time. if you've seen any trailer for Black and White then you've probably seen this place before.. Go through the gatehouse at the end to reach our next destination. doesn't it? The building above on the left contains a woman who will happily give one of your Pokemon a massage each day. We have another two dancers around Castelia to locate. pick any and he'll give it to you. Pansage L19 | Trubbish L20. Answer yes and he'll let you but try talking to the different NPCs. then head left and go down into the dock here. As far as Pokemon cities go. raising their happiness level.. FLASH and walk away. Basculin L17 | Petilil L18. Head north and a guy in a suit will stop you all of a sudden. As soon as you enter. The berries tend to be basic ie Cheri. The top option gives you a Leaf Stone. Pecha. it's not that important. Soda Pop or Lemonade. Exit that building.

go see him. To the right when you come out of that street is a building which appears to be a very statistical based office. uhh. The people in here do. so make good use of it. Follow him to see that previously empty building now swarming with Plasma grunts out the front. The scientist on the right controls the Relocator. huh? A faded screen later and they're all 26 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . You'll even have what I assume is the company's boss to contend with (he has a different battle sprite) although he just uses the monkeys. then a grunt will arrive all of a sudden and run off. a character you hadn't met until now. if you try to leave the building the woman gets somewhat indignant then gives you a quiz that seems to go on forever and I have no idea what it does. If you enter.. You can also get a SCOPE LENS from the scientist on the right. and for some like Porygon2 and Chansey it is a gift from heaven. but to use it you need a Liberty Also. Pikachu is not in Unova. the janitor will speak to you and tell you about the place. 55F gives you more trainers to contend with. as well as a HYPER POTION to pick up from the ground. talk to we cannot do the gym for the take the far left street. This street is pretty relaxed. Talk to the scientist in here to get the EVIOLITE. the desert route of the game. That finishes all the sidequest stuff. The port furthest left contains one interesting thing. Exit this building. so moment. Anyway. The building directly across also has quite a few people. Talk to the girl near the bottom to get TM45. Burgh will also come out and leave.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. There's also a guy on the upper floor in here who will tell you about the eight badges of Unova and their effects. there is a boat that is ready to go. Darumaka or Scraggy you may want to take a quick trip north into Route 4. Attempt to enter the gym and you a bit and walk off. them use different languages to the home region. and you can also get three QUICK BALLS and three TIMER BALLS from the office guy to the right by the barrier. The upper floor of this building also has NPCs. There's also a REVIVE in the bottom left corner.. The boat will allow you to get the legendary Victini.gamefaqs. you might be better off just avoiding this particular building altogether. which can be downloaded from Wi-Fi on occasion. the left and the gym on the right. When you consider the new EXP system. so it's worth a look. Basically. Go south from here. a very powerful item. The stone can make unevolved Pokemon much more viable. which you will probably need in order to activate the Zorua and Zoroark events. I got a SODA POP for answering all the questions. English. Most notably. a Fire/Psychic Pokemon with 100 base stats across the board. After winning the three of them will run inside. then go to the one to the top right. exit the dock and go left all the way to see Burgh again. Go approach them and say yes to fight. SHARE. Around this stage of the game you're bound to have unevolved Pokemon.5 in battle. ATTRACT. Burgh runs in and Iris drags both her and Bianca inside. and I have no idea what they are. then go up the lift. There's also some very good items in here. Defeating the janitor will reward you with the EXP. German and some others. Bianca and Iris will arrive. so maybe you will too. the Name Rater is in here. Equip it to any Pokemon that hasn't fully evolved (ie no final stages or Pokemon that doesn't evolve) and it will boost both their defense and special defense by 1. Go heal up at the Pokemon Center and then check out the port to the left of it. he's the bald old man closest to the entrance. which I think is related to battle speeches or whatnot. Again. More info is available in other sections. Burgh will take on two of them. this hiker appears to have a Pikachu.. while you deal with the remaining one. Where the hell did he get it? Guess the guy went travelling. something. giving them extreme bulkiness. You need a certain two words to unlock the machine. On 47F you'll have a fair few trainers to fight. an excellent item that boosts the critical rate of the Pokemon holding it. A bit over to the right is another building with a green door. a highly precious item which will allow you to split the EXP points between two Pokemon. You should be able to find the answer on a fansite or something though. You'll see Japanese. Follow them in to see a large group made up of three grunts and three Plasma sages. this is an interesting building called the Battle Company. though if you want to catch a Sandile. It looks pretty happy to be back. It's probably not worth it though. who is reunited with her at last. the Battle Company contains two floors of trainers you can battle in any order... that was a hell of a lot to do. Whew. this can be a very valuable item. The Plasma grunts will release Bianca's Munna. If you ever want to nickname or re-nickname your Pokemon. You'll talk about Team Plasma a bit. It has some interesting Pokemon you may want to use in your team. Head back down and this time there's an empty building on Cheren will pop out. Burgh gives chase. He'll look around then run up the far left street.. Bianca and Iris. That covers that street. you'll find Burgh. including the guy who made the speech before back in Accumula Town.

A part of the final gate will light up one down. its 27 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . 24 Level Type Ability Lv. Exit that small room and then go straight left and hit the switch Make sure you're prepared. Go through the newly opened gate and up the stairs to find Burgh. Struggle Bug. So it does like nothing. Burgh leads with his Whirlipede. I'll mention it now. don't underestimate it it's not a cocoon in the sense of Metapod or Kakuna! It can still very much attack and its Poison Tail attack can do some damage.gamefaqs. even from his main. gone. it always lowers the opponent's Special Attack when it hits. Going back to Whirlipede. Screech could cause problems. That's right. but the rest isn't much to worry about. follow this newly opened path around. it has a good defense. GYM LEADER BURGH Rewards: $2760. and it is a horrible. this time. Insect Badge My Team: Pignite Lv. taking the barrier down and allowing us to get through. Defeat his two Pokemon. as Poison Point could well be a pain here. Remember its weaknesses Fire. there's not a whole lot of variety with the trainers in here. Faint Attack Razor Leaf. Again. It's nothing to worry about. Shell Dwebble Bug/Rock 21 Armor Lv. thanks to the resistance Bug has against it.) Castelia Gym Trainer Pokemon: Sewaddle L20. Go to this newly opened room and fight the last trainer in here. then hit the switch only for a clown to magically appear in front of you. 23. we're contending with a Bug-type gym. then exit back out into Castelia. Yeah. Flying. but it isn't! Just push through it in the centre. Sand-Attack. horrible move. Damn this was a big one. which includes the Bug/Rock Dwebble Fire attacks won't be super effective on this thing! Neither will Fighting. String Shot. Burgh's second Pokemon is an Dwebble that we saw earlier in the gym. Burgh will also return to his gym. (About time this sub-section is over. who is the cocoon evolution of Venipede. (There's nothing upstairs. Venipede L20 | Sewaddle L20. Iris will give you a YACHE BERRY as a reward. one to go. The gate to the far left will light up and descend. then challenge him to a fight. If you have a Darumaka. and hit the switch to make the gate to the right descend. From this gym onwards it'll be a bit more obvious what the gyms actually are no more restaurants or museums. Hit the switch to the right here and the other part of the closest gate will light up. Pignite or Pansear/Simisear. Hit the switch to the right. Leavanny Bug/Grass Swarm 23 Pokemon Attacks Poison Tail. Munna Lv. As a reminder. it'll stretch and you'll eventually just pop through to the other side. Talk to the gym guy to get yet another FRESH WATER. Burgh's signature move is called Struggle Bug. Struggle Bug. which can happen annoyingly often. Push against the honey. Dwebble L20 | Sewaddle L21 | Venipede L20. Sewaddle L20 You'll probably notice there is an awful lot of sticky honey in the gym. Pick up the SMOKE BALL that was left behind. but its other stats are pretty subpar. Struggle Bug.) Go and heal if you need to. then hit the switch to get the last gate to go down. Pursuit Smack Down. This will cause the gate on the right to slide down. even if it hits super effectively. expect a very easy time in this gym. TM76 Struggle Bug. then push Bianca out the room. 24. 30. Sure. It may look like an impenetrable wall of honey. but its a special move with 30 base power. tripping the first switch to battle a clown if you wish. it's the bottom building on the far left street of the city. Screech.. Hopefully you have some Antidote. though quicker to special moves than physical moves. Whirlipede Bug/Poison Swarm 21 Lv. Drilbur Lv.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. push through the honey and hit the switch. Hit the switch to make some parts of the gates light up. As I said. Protect Thus we come to the third leader. although the most annoying aspect about it is its chance to poison. However. then head up. Rock and Psychic to speed up the process. allowing us to get the Insect Badge. then take the path right and talk to the clown to fight him and his two bugs. It should go down pretty quickly. then enter the gym. and then the one on the left..

18 Normal Pansage/Pansear/Panpour Lv. but it's not that hard a Pokemon to take down at all. Timburr L18 | Timburr L19 | Pidove L19 Pokemon Sandile Darumaka Scraggy Type Ground/Dark Sand Fire Sand Dark/Fighting Sand Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method 40% Level 29 40% Level 35 20% Level 39 28 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Rival Bianca Rewards: $2000 Pokemon Level Type Herdier Lv. An extra note. Bianca will leave after she has been beaten. Rock. you might get unlucky and have it critical hit your best Pokemon for the job like it did with me >>. Exit the gym and you'll get a call on your Xtransceiver. giving this Pokemon weaknesses to Water. seeing as it'll just use Struggle Bug which does like nothing. Burgh will reward you with the Insect Badge and a TM for Struggle Bug and if I were you. Of course. 18 Psychic Pignite/Dewott/Servine Lv. Go heal at the Pokemon Center and then head north out of Castelia City. Bianca will meet you in the gatehouse. The second is one of the three elemental monkeys. Bianca has two Super Potions to use. Rock and Steel. Bug/Grass is a horrible typing. they're not a problem anyway. 18 Fire/Water/Grass Munna Lv. hence the one that is strong against your starter. 20 (Fire/Fighting)/Water/Grass It's been a while since we've battled Bianca. Bug/Rock typing eliminates both the Fire and the Fighting weaknesses a Bug and Rock type would normally have respectively. If you're using a Pignite. huh? Route 4 Trainer Pokemon: Basculin L18. Bug and Poison. Dwebble isn't much of a problem at all. Roggenrola L17. then it'll be dead in an instant due to the quadruple weaknesses. Tympole L18 | Roggenrola L17. Basculin L16 | Tympole L18. Bianca will have the one that is weak to her starter. Bianca will inform you that she'll meet you soon. hasn't it? Her team now has four Pokemon. Hell. so watch out. not so good.gamefaqs. You'll probably be fighting Leavanny with the last Pokemon music. the dog and her starter both return. you can even beat it with a Servine. Basculin L18 | Basculin L16. Timburr L17 | Timburr L19 | Darumaka L19 | Cottonee L19 | Petilil L18 | Blitzle L19 | Roggenrola L18. leaving it weak to Fire. Ice. Basculin L16. albeit evolved.. Yeah. Rollout could work quite well. if you have a Fire or Flying move in your team that you can get out. Flying. for the record. that finishes the third chapter at and if it carries on it'll bulldoze Leavanny too. but she has added two new Pokemon to her roster. I would suggest healing again. You won't actually hear the last Pokemon music if this goes off successfully. depending on the circumstances. you have to be able to select a move for the leader to come out and talk and the music to change! After the fight. and it can be fitting. It's been a very adventurous one. It may take a while if you have the wrong Pokemon for the job. Pignite users with some luck can get an easy win by using a Defense Curl + Rollout strategy.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. It'll also generally only use Struggle Bug if it's more powerful than Razor Leaf against any particular Pokemon. because there's another battle coming right up! At any rate. and after some dialogue she'll challenge you to a fight. Of course. Basically. Razor Leaf does hit criticals a lot. but it does add a few extra weaknesses.. I'd just let it rot in your bag. one of which is the Munna we rescued not that long ago.

gamefaqs. Rival Cheren Rewards: $2200 Pokemon Level Type Pidove Lv. which will heal 25% of its health when it falls into low HP. then gets Fire Punch and Thrash in the 20s.Sheer Force . Steel and Ground-type Pokemon to take 1/16 HP damage each turn. although 29 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . and once it evolves it is almost unstoppable. with its 90 base attack and Hustle it is more than enough to match opponents blow for blow. also now has two new Pokemon. if you chose Oshawott he'll have Pansear and if you chose Snivy he'll have Panpour. As for = 234 power! Adding a Charcoal or Flame Plate equip would boost it even further to 280. he'll have Pansage. which is decently powerful. 22 (Fire/Fighting)/Water/Grass This battle is a bit weird as it is fought in sandstorm weather.. sandstorm weather causes all non Rock.3 power boost . 20 Normal/Flying Pansage/Pansear/Panpour Lv. It can be a bit slow at first. a bit of dialogue and then you'll be launched into a fight with him. the Wild Pokemon in the desert are totally new. To put it into perspective. It reaches its final evolution at 40.though not before a Xtransceiver call . Also. The first is a Pidove. Hippopotas Ground Frillish Water/Ghost Alomomola Water Jellicent Water/Ghost Krabby Water Clamperl Water Luvdisc Water Relicanth Water/Rock Luvdisc Water Kingler Water Huntail Water Gorebyss Water Sand Surf Dark Dark Fish Fish Fish Dark Dark Dark Dark Dark Water ~ Surf Water ~ Surf Water Water Water Water Water ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish 40% 100% 95% 5% 65% 30% 5% 60% 30% 5% (Black) 5% (White) 5% Level Level N/A N/A Level Trade N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 34 40 28 w/Deepseatooth/scale Go straight ahead and you will see Cheren. The second is a monkey Cheren will have the remaining monkey. In addition.20 Dark Pignite/Dewott/Servine Lv. Hence. with two new additions. all Rock Pokemon gain a x1. Flare Blitz . which in this game is pretty good. While it doesn't evolve into Darmanitan until 35. as Darmanitan has an incredible base 140 attack! Add that to Darmanitan's ability .is 120 x 1.. I would recommend you try to catch one that has Moxie as its ability. if you want to use one. his starter has a Sitrus Berry attached.5 boost to their special defense stat. That off such a high attack base is insane. In addition.3 x 1.and you will have one hell of a power machine. It only keeps getting better as it grows and eventually evolves. His starter and Purrloin have also evolved. It can really pay off. like Bianca. It's a Pokemon I'd highly recommend. which can really solidify it as a member of your team. Sandile in particular can be an incredibly good Pokemon. The desert is large and composed of two main parts.which Darumaka learns at 33 . if you chose Tepig. Moxie causes a Pokemon's attack stat to rise if it knocks out an opponent.which causes any moves with a secondary effect to have their secondary effect removed but get a 1. We'll handle the smaller part to begin with (Route 4) then take a quick detour for convenience and then do the rest of the desert. which we have seen a dozen times now.such as Flare Blitz (which has a 10% burn chance now) or Rock Slide . it is also a very good Pokemon. which results in him having the monkey that is the same type as your starter. It begins with Fire Fang. which can help an incredible amount in trainer battles. but otherwise it's all the same. 20 Fire/Water/Grass Liepard Lv. Cheren. knock it out like any other one. Defeating Cheren will make him leave .allowing us to explore this route in more detail. but once it learns Dig and Crunch (or you give it the Dig TM we'll get shortly) it can be an incredible force.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www.

Beat her Petilil. He also has a Timburr. TORMENT. I'd say Sheer Force is better anyway though. then go up the other stairs and pick up the TM41. Dark-type or both. as it is designated as a Dream World ability.) but otherwise it's worth a shot if you need a Fighting-type. try not to get one with a -Atk nature. next up on the list to tackle is the Desert Resort. Over to the left. move to the far left wall and pick up the ETHER. NIMBASA CITY: We're not properly covering this place just yet. you'll see a bunch of traffic cones and some steps. Juniper.gamefaqs. In this house there is a woman who will heal you when you talk to her. pick up the X ACCUARCY to the left in the sand. Juniper will give you ten ULTRA BALLS! She's quite a generous professor. Rather than going straight ahead by the lady. Returning to the route. Go back down and fight the last worker. It also gets Crunch to support its other STAB. DIG which may take two turns but in-game it is valuable. One more thing. then go back around and fight the builder. Head back to the part with several backpack wearing trainers and head north. The builder by the barricades who was previously blocking you (if you happened to check this route out before we got the Insect Badge) will now let you pass. You'll enter the beginnings of the Desert Resort that way. then continue left. but after doing something with a Pokemon of your choice you can just run off and go into Route 5. Afterwards. healing if necessary. then fight the female trainer you should see walking up and down slightly to the right. I must say. There's a constantly turning builder here. Bianca will also show up. Head back to the main road now. head out the gatehouse to the north. for the record).. go inside and talk to the guy on the right to get the ever valuable TM28. You can also check the small space to the right of the houses and examine the last tile before the rock for a hidden ETHER. You will use the bike a lot. What is worth noting is their ability to get the move Hi Jump Kick. go down them and fight the two fishermen down here. The guy will give you what is quite possibly the best item in the game.. fight another of the same type of trainer to the top right. not taking STAB into account. it's a move I'd recommend. and a guy with a Darumaka right next to it. That covers everything for now. If you have a Sandile that doesn't know it yet. The only real downside is that Scraggy evolves quite late considering it's a one stage evolution (though it's a lot better than some particular ones. make a trip to her whenever you're running low on health.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. meaning our movement speed is that much better. Go back into Route 4. Once they leave. You can also find a TM22. decent offense and pretty good defenses. then go up. eh? There's a house to the left. so this is just a very short stop. It also gets Shed Skin and Moxie. take the path around and get on the platform in front of the two houses and check the centre spot two squares away from the left wall for a hidden BURN HEAL. talk to you for a second then leave. Anyway. I'd recommend setting the bicycle to Y (you can set multiple items to Y now. You can also examine the tile two steps right and two steps down of the bottom fisherman to locate a PEARL. so let us do so. it'll be doing a boatload. especially for the 80 base power the move has. but judging from the times I've fought it and its evolution (Scrafty) it has a good movepool. although they are pretty slow. which we'll visit soon enough. we have Scraggy. Even with its relatively subpar attack stat compared to some monsters in Generation V. I hate that ability so much >_>. Go forward and you'll see a guy being attacked by Plasma grunts. Defeat the Lv. 18 Trubbish you'll end up fighting and the grunts will run off. as thanks. head left when you can and go north past where we got Dig. They both use Basculin exclusively. I promise. fight his Roggenrola and Timburr off. You are perfectly able to catch Pokemon from Route 5. you'll talk a bit. Route 16 or the tall grass in Pinwheel Forest now. There's one last builder to fight. SOLARBEAM and a HYPER 30 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . 18 Watchog and Lv. then pick up the SUPER POTION and fight the guy above. Go up a bit. Lastly. The amount I can say for this thing is limited as I have never actually touched it. whose two Sturdy Roggenrola are probably going to annoy you. use the itemfinder to locate stuff if needed) then head straight left onto a road. Note that if you try to go to Route 5 Bianca will pull you away to the Pokemon Musical. From here. then Prof. take the path right and pick up the HYPER POTION in the sand. rather similar to the Machop of old. both of which are good abilities. In the gatehouse you'll find Cheren and Prof. and head north. The centre square one space from the top contains a hidden ULTRA BALL. and surprisingly enough Head Smash too. Pick up the GREAT BALL on the opposite side and then fight the lady. take a path right and into a small enclosed part. you cannot catch a Darumaka. evolve it and expect to get the Zen Mode ability. Check a corner to the top right for a hidden HYPER POTION (as always. After demolishing her the BICYCLE. Go back up the steps and head north.. You can find a BURN HEAL to the right. Beat the guy with a Pidove and continue north. to the north is the Desert Resort. which now has an insane 130 power.

Shadow Ball. the first form of Gothitelle. You should see a backpacker shortly. but if you want to go there now be my guest. then go straight right to find BLACK GLASSES in another pit. Sigilyph is very. then take the path up a bit further and examine the top left spot in the alcove for a hidden STARDUST. this desert is huge. who has an evolved pigeon that will probably Detect constantly. It's certainly usable.. continuously going against the wall. with only special attack breaking 100. After the fight. Beat her to get a RAWST BERRY. which' will boost Dark moves by 20%. Go north from him and collect the STARDUST in the pit.. Of course.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. I'll be covering that part properly later on when we get Surf. Desert Resort (Main) Trainer Pokemon: Solosis L23 | Tranquill L23 | Solosis L23. Move down and then head left while hugging the southern wall. Start by fighting the doctor right in front of you. which might be useful for some Pokemon. Woobat L23 | Ducklett L24 | Darumaka L23. Dwebble you will have already seen before back in the Castelia Gym. You'll find a ranger. I can't really leap bounds of praise onto it since I have little clue about it. Talk to him and heal if at all necessary. The itemfinder will react at one point. but statswise it's fast and decently strong and has a great movepool.. who will use Yamask.. encompassing Air Slash.who has quite a strong special attack stat. your friendly neighbourhood cactus . Go back down a bit and take the path left. the pre-evolution of the 31 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Take his Pokemon down and then examine the center spot in this alcove for a RARE CANDY. and if crazy psycho birds are your thing it may be worth a he doesn't fight you though. but does get Water Absorb as a possible ability. Anyway. keep heading left until you see a moving Psychic. left and up into the gatehouse. Moving left. it was resistant to Water anyway. ROCK TOMB. Notably it is NOT immune to sandstorm.. Continue hugging the wall and move left to get a FIRE STONE. which will stop any residual damage (ie Leech Seed. Anyway. Head straight down afterwards and left to get TM39. She uses a Gothita. just head up. If you go straight left there's another psychic. You'll get another RAWST BERRY. then head up. but they're available to capture now. as well as a hidden RARE CANDY if you so choose. so we have a lot of ground to cover. Return back to the 'corridor' with the two rangers and head straight right. Fight the backpacker a bit right here. talk to him for a SOFT SAND.I have like no clue about what it can do or how good it is. Desert Resort (Entrance) Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Sandile Ground/Dark Sand 40% Level 29 Darumaka Fire Sand 30% Level 35 Maractus Grass Sand 10% N/A Scraggy Dark/Fighting Sand 10% Level 39 Dwebble Bug/Rock Sand 10% Level 34 The entrance to the Desert Resort reveals two new Pokemon. then go north (note the doctor is almost right below the woman you just battled. POTION in the long grass parts of the forest now if you so wish. which will boost Ground moves by 20%. Sandstorm) from being dealt. The same goes for Maractus. so watch out! It also has the Magic Guard ability. he has a Solosis .the base form of Reuniclus . Fight the backpacker a bit northwest. There are no items at all! Head out the top end into the main Desert Resort. but the health is always good.. Munna L22 | Maractus L23 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Sandile Ground/Dark Sand 40% Level 29 Darumaka Fire Sand 30% Level 35 Maractus Grass Sand 10% N/A Sigilyph Psychic/Flying Sand 10% N/A Dwebble Bug/Rock Sand 10% Level 34 The same wild Pokemon appear again. Psychic and Ice Beam as examples. except Scraggy is replaced by a Pokemon called Sigilyph. Its stats are a bit subpar though. there's a FRESH WATER in a pit and a Psychic to fight.gamefaqs.) You'll see a guy in black in a pit. Blitzle L23 | Watchog L23 | Gothita L24 | Yamask L22. although its movepool and stats seem decent enough. this doctor will act as a healer. odd looking. much like that nurse did back in Pinwheel Forest. fighting another ranger.

They also have decent special attack. Also. jump off the exit the castle. Head up the stairs. It comes at Level 25. Go down the staircase. The only drawback to Archen and its evolution is its ability . When she comes back she'll refuse to give it to you. Both of them are good Pokemon. the easiest way is to hand the fossil off to the receptionist while six Pokemon are in your party. The effect is temporary. and when the user isn't holding an item Acrobatics's power is 110. an important note about these sand pits. A couple spaces right from the towerlike building. Special Attack and Speed at the cost of its defenses. which is an incredible move that raises Attack. Trainer Pokemon: Sigilyph L24 | Woobat L23. Yamask and its evolution. Also. just go around it for now. Factor STAB in and you have a 112 attack (140 when it evolves !) bird with a 165 power move. The turtle (Tirtouga) also gets Solid Rock or Sturdy. but Water-types are pretty rare. You can also go to the very northwest to get a HEART SCALE. NOTE: If you want to get a good nature on your fossil. don't touch the centre of the pit. Acrobatics will OHKO most anything though.which causes its attack to drop by a certain amount when its HP drops below 50%. head up and grab the SUPER POTION and fight the backpacker by here. Practice by walking on the sand pit to the far left. both evolve at Level 37. the music in this place is awesome. Nimbasa City 32 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Go down the sand pit From where you land. Once you get a fossil. Both of them get great level up movepools. who has the cactus. DESERT RESORT: That's absolutely everything we can do in the desert for the moment. If you want to cross them. both fossils are physically based. It's a Ghost Pokemon. NOT fact. but it's a fun ability all the same. it's your pick. but if physical contact is made with a Pokemon then their ability is also replaced with Mummy. Munna L23 As with Nimbasa City. though they're not especially powerful. Back up a bit. Unless you want to revive the ledge and go down to above you somehow (running/bike/walking to the center) to drop to B1F. though.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. making it good for this point in the game. Both of them also come with some decent starting moves. or the second option for a PLUME FOSSIL. you can revive it by taking it to the museum in Nacrene City and talking to the receptionist on the right while you have less than six Pokemon in your party. Mummy itself does nothing. we're not going to explore this place fully yet . wearing off if the affected Pokemon switches out. There's also another Psychic just across the sand pit. Also. then save in front of her and get your fossil. including the new Yamask which we saw a trainer use previously. make your way back to Nimbasa City in the north. you must walk. RELIC CASTLE Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Sandile Ground/Dark Sand Floor 50% Level 29 Yamask Ghost Sand Floor 50% Level 34 Encounter list is identical for 1F and B1F. I'd say Archen and its evolution Archeops are the better of the two.. as that will also send you down a floor. However. You won't be able to descend the staircase here as a guy will block you. Tirtouga and its evolution get the Shell Smash move. it has a 112 base attack anyway. It'll change nature each reset.gamefaqs. Cofagrigus. Cofagrigus. then head northwest. Walk forward and attack the psychic and his crazy psycho bird. There's also a hidden HYPER POTION in one of the spots to the very top right. both of which are great abilities. sarcophagus. so you don't really need to worry about it. move one step in any direction and check the spot you just landed on There's also a REVIVE to the right. but you can talk to the backpacker here to get a fossil! You can either select the top option for a COVER FOSSIL which can be revived into the Water/Rock Tirtouga. although Archen in particular is incredibly powerful once it gets the move Acrobatics at Level 28. which can be revived into the Rock/Flying Archen. Bring the itemfinder out if you hadn't already.Defeatist . have a niche in their high defense and ability named Mummy. Walk. for a hidden ELIXIR. This is faster than what would happen if you have five or less in your party when you give it to her. you can catch two Pokemon here. deposit a Pokemon in the PC. we aren't able to for a while. Also.. You will get the fossil back instantly. for the record. Honestly. NOT bike. you can find a hidden ETHER. Go to about the center of the top half of the desert and you'll come to a staircase with five statues of some sort around it. as an extra note. It's slow as all hell. Now.

It's on the ferris wheel that N confesses that HE is the leader of Team Plasma. then takes you to the ferris wheel. If you want to abuse the system. STRENGTH. with an interesting new cut-in. but it's useless until after you receive the National Dex. but the rematches and everything are identical. Or at least I would say that. then rinse and repeat until you're satisfied. ECHOED VOICE. the replacement for contests in Black and White. Basically. At this point in time you'll probably only be able to fight one trainer. Go forward and you'll come across N! N asks if you are looking for Team Plasma. The one on the furthest right is for the Pokemon Musical. On the right side of the city by the bottom there's a rather colourful arch. Feel free to press OK when you can without doing anything and get the hell out of this place. As much as I detest the place. the special thing about these stadiums is that as you progress through the game. Nice go through it to end up in another part of the city. Elesa. then ask you to pick a Pokemon. Some guy will talk to you and give you a GOODS CASE. Talk to Bianca who will be waiting at the entrance and she'll bring you inside. It makes for good training. whereas Ghetsis is just a frontman to try and convince people to follow N's beliefs of separating humans and Pokemon. You'll be able to battle each day. Start by going for the far left building. you'll see a scene with Bianca and her father. and like Castelia it's pretty big. You'll probably only be able to fight one trainer in this one. Go in the left one and talk to the blue haired guy for HM04. which you can find battles in. both the level and amount of trainers will increase.. When you exit.. you'll have a hell of a lot of people to train with once you beat the League and some moving up to it. You're on your own for the moment. wait for it to roll over. There's nothing in the Subway itself to get. but first talk to the woman in the top right for TM49. which you will need if you're using either Cottonee or Petilil. The street behind has three big stadiums. we have to do an event in it to progress. Behind those two are two buildings. heal there if necessary. You can also talk to an old woman upstairs in the same house for a SOOTHE BELL. Afterwards. RECORDER. It'll be a different sporting event.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. but there's still a little bit we haven't explored yet. but I am absolutely clueless about them. too. It allows you to test your teams against a series of five trainers (either single or double battle) and progress whether you win or lose.the Battle Tower equivalent of this game . However. Now we're here properly. isn't it? That's all there is for the main part of Nimbasa. which will let you save recordings of Wi-Fi and Subway battles. but I'm not sure about that. where he finally accepts her journey. For the record. Two of these are for sporting events. Team Plasma N Rewards: $2200 Pokemon Level Type Sandile 22 Ground/Dark Darumaka 22 Fire Scraggy 22 Dark/Fighting Sigilyph 22 Psychic/Flying 33 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . For the record. Pick any.) The Soothe Bell will be useful for Woobat or Swadloon users. he quickly challenges you. You'll also get to see Nimbasa's leader. The stadium in the middle is exactly the same. the sport that is actually taking place will change depending on the time of day. Start by trying to enter the big building just to your left as you enter. To the left of the Pokemon Center is a place known as the Battle Testing Facility. The Pokemon Center is located a bit left. The house next door has a blue haired guy who will give you a SUN STONE. and after the League the levels can get as high as 68.gamefaqs. and you'll be given a tutorial on how to dress it up. Nowhere near the same size. too. I apologize to anyone who wants to try the musicals. although I think you can get some pretty good items for doing it. set your DS clock to 23:59. saying you can get a better view from it. although there is a place called Anville Town that you can access by taking the brown coloured line. but there's plenty of items to collect.and as you attempt to enter a girl will come out and give you the VS. to be sure. The building on the far right houses the Pokemon Musical. beat them all. (You may need a relatively unhappy Pokemon for her to give it to you. This is the Battle Subway . there are a few TMs on sale in the secondary mart here.

although you can catch a Wild one here.and has a smaller movepool than the Gothita line. They don't seem particularly special to me. You'll notice the same thing happen again the next time we fight him. its evolution looks hideous. Solosis on the other hand is incredibly slow . If you beat them you can have a go on the wheel with them.gamefaqs. which might help any Dark Pokemon you have such as Scraggy. For the record. and a TM66. Reuniclus is better than Gothitelle. It has good defenses at any rate with 70/95/110. so you're stuck with psychic attacks and Hidden Power. although that does change severely once it evolves into a Reuniclus. both have a 490 base stat total and evolve at 32 and 41 into their next forms. However.who is an interesting Pokemon. Minccino evolves into Cinccino with the help of a Shiny Stone (which we'll get in a little while. lolitower etcetera .otherwise known as gothtower. there's some more stuff we can do to prepare. push the Strength boulder in to allow you access. a bit later in the game you will occasionally get a trainer waiting outside the ferris wheel. 34 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . meaning it is already beating out Gothitelle for pure power! Unfortunately. then leave. It's EXP. Whirlipede L22 | Swadloon L23 | Drilbur L23 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Gothita Psychic Grass and Tall Grass (Black) 30% Level 32 Solosis Psychic Grass and Tall Grass (White) 30% Level 32 Minccino Normal Grass and Tall Grass 30% N/A Trubbish Poison Grass and Tall Grass 20% Level 36 Liepard Dark Grass and Tall Grass 20% N/A Audino Normal Shaking Grass 85% N/A Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass 10% N/A Chillaccino Normal Shaking Grass 5% N/A Pineco Bug Swarm 40% Level 31 The main reason for us moving onto Route 16 is a couple of trainers and some new Wild Pokemon. depending on whether you're playing Black or White. Once you take care of the four main road trainers. I'd fight the trainers on the main path first. Might be a daily occurrence. but I know little about either of them so there's not much I can comment on. it is a very good poke. There's also Minccino and Trubbish. Makes a nice change from the older gens. Solosis's big point is that it has 105 special attack. PAYBACK to pick up. the TMs that is actually learns aren't for a while later in the game. It's actually pretty decent evolved. Gothita is the first form of Gothitelle . but due to version exclusivity it's not like you have a choice in the matter unless you trade. though) and has a hell of a lot of multi hit moves when it evolves. If you check the bottom right corner here. Permanent access. and there's also an X ATTACK on the ground to the left. you can find a hidden SUPER REPEL. until it evolves into Reuniclus. It's a little slow but has a very wide movepool off of an alright 95 special attack. I suppose. At any rate. but I suppose they're alright. talk to the guy with the hat to receive the MACHO BRACE. but eh. since its Special Attack IS low compared to some other heavy hitters. I'd recommend them if possible. Go right out the gatehouse afterwards. Duosion and Reuniclus . albeit not all that good statwise. It's rare. There's a trainer in here you can fight. N's Pokemon have changed again. assuming you caught it at a level less than 25. The most notable thing here is either Gothita or Solosis. that The right hand side is blocked by some workers. Head out Nimbasa City to the top right. You may want to keep Fake Tears on it though. It's a pretty easy fight all the same. which reaches a resepectable 110 HP in its final form and a great 125 Special Attack..GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Just let me emphasize that all three Pokemon in this line are slow! Equipping the Quick Claw may not be a bad idea. and we won't be able to go that way for quite a while.. They're both good Pokemon though. so it'll survive a few hits. As for Trubbish. N will talk to you rather close up after the fight. but it is quite cool how his Pokemon change every time. Liepard L22 | Scraggy L23 | Whirlipede L22. Route 16 Trainer Pokemon: Herdier L24 | Ducklett L22. this time to reflect the desert surroundings. While we could take on the gym now. In the are its evolutions.

but this is in fact where the Zoroark event takes place. Nimbasa Gym Trainer Pokemon: Emolga L24. Go back. Start by going directly forward. Just bare in mind that they are pretty rare. It may seem like a dead end. most notably the presence of Leavanny and Unfezant. That's actually all we can do in here for now. Go out the double grass part and into the part with the main grass and fight the last trainer here. Bring a crown beast (Shiny Raikou." out of her. Blitzle L24 | Emolga L25 Talk to the the look of an Electric should. It's time we took on Nimbasa Gym.. You can find a BIG MUSHROOM in the tree trunk directly having any Ground attacks at the ready would help... as all the other items are up the waterfall. but you'll simply get a ". they'll move 35 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . As such. then continue following the normal grass path and you'll find an entrance to somewhere else. At the top of the area you will find a backpacker who mentions some stuff about the woman inside the caravan. You might notice the encounter list is almost exactly the same as Pinwheel Forest. The gym is found in the same area as we battled N and rode the ferris wheel. If you have Cut handy. You can certainly try to talk to this woman. head back to Nimbasa City and heal if necessary. Catching a Leavanny here will certainly save you time with the happiness. and any Unfezant you manage to find will be pretty underlevelled considering they aren't meant to exist until Level 32. Now.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. cut the tree and pick up the RARE CANDY at the end of this short path. this time we're fighting gym. Emolga L24 | Blitzle L25 | Blitzle L24. Or at least it due to a slight problem which you'll see momentarily they won't. the design of the leader or the city's name. if you haven't been able to tell by the gym.. Entei or Suicune from a specific event) here and everything will change. Lostlorn Forest Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Cottonee Grass Grass (Black) 35% Sun Stone Petilil Grass Grass (White) 35% Sun Stone Swadloon Bug/Grass Grass 35% Level 20 Pidove Normal/Flying Grass 15% Level 21 Venipede Bug/Poison Grass 15% Level 22 Audino Normal Shaking Grass 45% N/A Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass 10% Pansear Fire Shaking Grass 10% Fire Stone Panpour Water Shaking Grass 10% Water Stone Pansage Grass Shaking Grass 10% Leaf Stone Whimsicott Grass Shaking Grass (Black) 5% N/A Lilligant Grass Shaking Grass (White) 5% N/A Leavanny Bug/Grass Shaking Grass 5% N/A Unfezant Normal/Flying Shaking Grass 5% N/A Cottonee Grass Tall Grass (Black) 35% Sun Stone Petilil Grass Tall Grass (White) 35% Sun Stone Swadloon Bug/Grass Tall Grass 35% Happiness Tranquill Normal/Flying Tall Grass 15% Level 32 Venipede Bug/Poison Tall Grass 15% Level 30 Basculin Water Surf 100% N/A Basculin Water Dark Water ~ Surf 100% N/A Basculin Water Fish 30% N/A Goldeen Water Fish 70% Level 33 Basculin Water Dark Water ~ Fish 30% N/A Goldeen Water Dark Water ~ Fish 60% Level 33 Seaking Water Dark Water ~ Fish 10% N/A Welcome to the Lostlorn Forest. a rather strange place. although there are some additions.gamefaqs. but gym guy to get a FRESH WATER as usual. it's the flashy purple building to the left of the ferris wheel. The puzzle of this gym involves these carts.

Swat her flying squirrel down then get in the cart. Pokemon 36 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . although Emolga's high speed and Aerial Ace can be a problem.the Blitzle line. There are four non-legendary Electric lines in Unova . with 100 attack base. It's also able to switch out just like the rest. Volt Switch. huh? As it is. 28. get taken on another roller coaster ride and pop out very near Elesa. Elesa's signature move is Volt Switch. Aerial Emolga Electric/Flying Static 25 Ace Lv. or at least attempt to. Bolt Badge My Team: Pignite Lv. hit the switch to the right and try to board the next cart.. Volt Switch. Quick Attack. Flame Zebstrika Electric Lightningrod 27 Charge While Elesa has three Pokemon. Also. It's a pretty easy puzzle as long as you know what you're doing. It's a pity. the leader. 27. this Zebra should fall pretty quickly. Bugsy mained the move. be warned. Spark. As I said before. Be careful if you don't want to use a ton of healing items. you can handle both. Pursuit. Lightningrod does make it totally immune to any and all Electric moves. Elesa's main on the other hand is an entirely different kettle of. Aerial Emolga Electric/Flying Static 25 Ace Lv. but again a trainer will pop out and fight. It's pretty strong. then go up to her and fight. but it's less to worry about at least.. If you can peg it with a Ground move. Volt Switch. but they aren't all that strong on the whole. 27. which will probably do more damage than it will coming from her Emolga. though you're not likely to. so you can expect a lot of Pokemon switching. Drilbur Lv. Pursuit. really. a Blitzle. Save if needed. zebra. Emolga has the Static ability. Munna around the magnetic tracks and you have to board and depart from them whenever they reach a station. the Joltik (electric spider) line. Tirtouga Lv. Jump into the first cart and it'll take you somewhere else. a 50 power Fire move that always raises speed. the Tynamo (eel) line and Emolga . Emolga. and anyone who has played the Gen IV games (especially HG/SS) is probably familiar with the move U-Turn. In HG/SS. just like with Burgh. never miss or switch. or hit you with a pretty powerful Spark attack. U-Turn is a 70 power. though. Quick Attack... Lightningrod will activate and boost its special attack. Board the cart again now and it'll take you a different direction. While it has no special moves anyway. except it is Electric-type (whereas U-Turn is Bug). attack with priority. It'll also pick off low HP Pokemon with Quick Attack. You can at least strike Emolga with a Rock or Ice attack to hit it super effectively. so Ground attacks are only going to be useful 50% of the time. Quick Attack. both the trainers and the leader only use Emolga and one other Electric-type. Lilligant Lv. This one will take you on a roller coaster ride! Get out when you can. if you can handle one. 26. so it'll be a waste of a turn.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. GYM LEADER ELESA Rewards: $3240. It's not strong enough to OHKO everything and as far as things go it's pretty frail. Smash his zebras and then board the cart when it comes.. Go and fight the trainer here. but only his Scyther had it.) They can catch you on the switch. Emolga is weak to Ice and Rock. hit the switch to activate a track right ahead. so it shouldn't be too long before it falls.yet they only use two.. which is supposed to have a 30% chance of paralyzing an opponent upon contact but often ends up being so much more. you might notice that two of them are identical. Volt Switch is exactly the same. She'll send out an. Hit the switch above her and the magnetic track will change. Also.. After beating the zebra. and very fast. Just watch out for Static. So much for Ground moves. but otherwise just beat on it. TM72 Volt Switch. It can make itself even faster with Flame Charge. Jump in the cart... This time. It's weird. Doesn't give us any less to take down.. especially if you can't outspeed these rather fast three Pokemon. so any of those will do good against them (particularly if you have a Pignite with Rollout. do NOT hit it with an Electric attack.gamefaqs. but a trainer will hop out and fight you instead. all three of Elesa's Pokemon have it. 28 Level Type Ability Attacks Lv. 100 accuracy move that allows the user to switch out after the attack connects. Follow the path around to fight a trainer. Who is part Flying. He'll use the other Pokemon this gym uses.

It's easy enough. Defeating best move splitting battling. It may not be the in-game due to it being a forced switch if you don't KO the Pokemon and therefore the EXP. Go heal at Nimbasa's center and head out to Route 5 through the top left gatehouse when you're ready. 24 Fire/Water/Grass Tranquill Lv. Hit the switch. go back right and then up into the grass. Elesa and Cheren will go to the left of the route. After defeating him. the Emolga can barely do anything to it and Rock Tomb isn't contact. so Static isn't a problem.24 Dark Pansage/Pansear/Panpour Lv. You're healed first. There's also a ZINC on the other side of 37 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . I think. Darumaka L22 | Sigilyph L23 | Blitzle L22. but it's an easy fight anyway. It'll take you back to the exit. as always. It really comes out in competitive though. Whirlipede L22 | Pansear L21. Elesa will get you the Bolt Badge as well as TM72.. due to its type giving it immunity to Volt Switch and other electrical moves. hasn't it? Of course. since Take Down from these dogs will do a number as usual. You'll meet a fiery red-haired guy named Alder. There's also one to the far left next to a REVIVE. Rival Cheren Rewards: $2600 Pokemon Level Type Liepard Lv. Panpour After the fight. Cheren may not be too much use though. VOLT SWITCH. Elesa will somehow appear from the left and bring you over. For the record. Beat him down exactly the same as always. Elesa has two Hyper Potions she can use. but it's a good move all the same. although unfortunately there is no immunity to Static. Rock Slide is even better if you happen to be 29 or higher. Blitzle L22 | Whirlipede L22. Pansage L21 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Gothita Psychic Grass and Tall Grass (Black) 30% Level 32 Solosis Psychic Grass and Tall Grass (White) 30% Level 32 Minccino Normal Grass and Tall Grass 30% N/A Trubbish Poison Grass and Tall Grass 20% Level 36 Liepard Dark Grass and Tall Grass 20% N/A Audino Normal Shaking Grass 85% N/A Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass 10% N/A Cinccino Normal Shaking Grass 5% N/A Smeargle Normal Swarm 40% N/A Same wild Pokemon here as in Route 16. then take the cart. I do wish I hadn't stopped watching halfway through the Buu saga as a kid :/ Anyway. whose hair is rather similar to that of Goku from Dragonball Z. They also both have a Sitrus Berry. Route 5 Trainer Pokemon: Herdier L26 + Herdier L26 | Munna L23 | Palpitoad L23 | Darumaka L22. 24 Normal/Flying Pignite/Dewott/Servine Lv.gamefaqs. It's good all the same.. His starter has a Sitrus Berry. but it isn't needed. Cheren shows up almost immediately to fix that. A Drilbur with Rock Tomb will do great. super effective damage. 26 (Fire/Fighting)/Water/Grass This is our fifth battle with Cheren. Also. it's worth noting that a Ground-type will still perform incredibly well even if it can't actually hit Emolga with a Ground move. Before we follow them. Now. and his team hasn't changed at all from last time with the exception of the levels (although his Pidove has now evolved).GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. it's been a while since a rival battle. There's a backpacker here as well as a GREAT BALL. with the exception of the swarm Pokemon. Alder will set you and Cheren up in a double battle against two kids.

and nothing else. Elesa will get the drawbridge down for you in a pretty nice cutscene.. as minimalistic as it is. There are three people on the bridge who just talk. The flapping wing sound will continue and get louder the closer you are to this spot. If you step in this spot. 38 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Keep going until you reach the exit on the left. The guitarist will give you an ELECTRIC GUITAR accessory for defeating him.. He'll ask you for help. and is willing to part with quite a lot of money for some of them. Jump off the ledge and fight the remaining trainers.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. one of two things will happen. It's a decent Water-type and can learn both Surf and Fly. don't sell the starred items. but it's decent all the same. they're too useful to part with. though I quite like the music. the last one being useless aside from being sold for money. and the amount you can get for them are as follows: Item Name Selling Price Big Mushroom $5000 BalmMushroom $25000 Castelia Cone $2000 Leftovers* $200 Lucky Egg* $200 Old Gateau $4000 Rare Candy* $10000 Shoal Salt $7000 TinyMushroom $500 Unless you're insane. Might be worth picking up if you need a Water or Flying. then head left afterwards. The items she wants. but I still wouldn't recommend it. then sometimes when you're crossing the bridge you will hear the sound of flapping wings. which solves the majority of HM woes in the game. Clay. Driftveil Drawbridge Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Ducklett Water/Flying Bridge Spots 100% Level 35 Only one Wild Pokemon on this bridge. too. Note that the woman in the caravan is a chef who wants ingredients. There's also a HYPER POTION to pick up if you go to the far right of the route and slide below the fence and follow the path. Driftveil City Trainer Pokemon: Basculin L27 + Krokorok L27 + Zebstrika L27 Pokemon Type Frillish Water/Ghost Surf Alomomola Water Dark Jellicent Water/Ghost Surf Krabby Water Fish Chinchou Water/Electric Fish Luvdisc Water Fish Chinchou Water/Electric Dark Luvdisc Water Dark Kingler Water Dark Lanturn Water/Electric Dark Location Water ~ Encounter Rate Evolution Method 100% Level 40 Surf 95% N/A 5% N/A 65% Level 28 30% Level 27 5% N/A Fish 60% Level 27 Fish 30% N/A Fish 5% N/A Fish 5% N/A Water Water Water Water ~ ~ ~ ~ If you go left you'll see Cheren talking to the gym leader of Driftveil. but there is one notable thing. You'll either pick up a wing of some sort. allowing us to cross to the next city. After that you should be able to find a dark spot somewhere on the bridge.) The other thing is that a Wild Ducklett the duck . Go ahead and cross the drawbridge. The only possible exception is the Rare Candy.may appear. Strangely enough it doesn't evolve until 35. which can increase the EV of a particular stat by one (there's seven wings. the tall grass. which is where we'll be visiting next. He'll tell you that Team Plasma have taken residence up in the Frozen Warehouse. On the left side of the route.gamefaqs.

head into the big building just below (you can enter from the back). An old man inside will give you a SHELL BELL. I think the Basculin is the form that is opposite to what you usually find on your version.gamefaqs. so for maximum effectiveness you need to predict what Pokemon will appear next and use a move accordingly. There is only one exception in either an item that boosts the power of super effective moves by 1. You can do this each day. The street behind that has the Pokemon Center. he'll give you the EXPERT BELT. A Pokemon in the centre can attack any of the three opponents. You can fight this kid later on after the league and he'll have trained the Pokemon you traded him though. any of those feathers you picked up from the bridge will sell for $1500 each. Poor things. Fire Pledge or Water Pledge to your starters. and has some interesting stuff. It's a 50 power. if you have a Pokemon with that move in your party then she'll give you a HEART SCALE. Rather. The house to the left has a girl who wants to see a certain move. It works very similarly to a double battle. but since you're unlikely to have the other two starters for the other Pledge moves it's pretty pointless. the battlefield size doesn't change for these (it does for triple battles). whereas White players will generally get triple battles. There are however some moves that can hit any Pokemon. with a different move being picked each time. Note that rotation does not use up a move! Rotation and the attack will go off in the same turn. which will regenerate some of your HP each time you attack and hit. MooMoo Milk heals 100 HP. Afterwards. Heal up if you got badly injured.) You can get a BIG PEARL by doing so. If you say yes twice. you'll enter your first 3-on-3 battle! Black players will get a Rotation Battle. Go behind those two houses and check the far right one. Talk to the guy riding the bike by this wall. they aren't actually 3-on-3. Black players will get mostly rotation battles. we're done with Driftveil.2. but the main catch is that not every Pokemon can attack every other Pokemon.. so it may be worth a sale if you're low on money at all. then enter where you would assume an entrance is (in the center of this wall. The one to the left has a guy who will teach Grass Pledge. While they do have three Pokemon out at once. TRIPLE BATTLES Triple battles on the other hand are literally 3 vs 3. so the sprites barely fit on the field. Also. so about midway up. making it a cheap and effective item. ROTATION BATTLES Rotation battles are an interesting type of 3-on-3 battle. which is pretty cool. This is the Driftveil Market. if there's a Pokemon in your party that is at Level 30 or over. The kid in here is willing to make a trade. Rotation battles are pretty fun. which can help with prediction.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. It's good on something with a lot of type coverage. which probably won't be too useful at this point in the game. Once you beat what can be a surprisingly tough fight. You can also buy herb medicine from the bottom right stall. either in packs of one or twelve. go out the market and to the left side of the building. one Pokemon fights another singular Pokemon from the opposing team at any one time. For the record._. while White players will get a Triple Battle. the house closest to you has nothing important in it. The opponent will rotate his clockwise almost every turn. There's a hidden HEART SCALE located in the bottom right tile from the blonde woman near the bottom of a room. but you can find the opposite stripe Basculin easily enough anyway. 39 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . You may notice an item ball on the left side of the market. as always. then head down south. and you are able to 'rotate' using buttons in the same menu as you pick a move to swap the Pokemon that is at the front. 100% acc special move. all three Pokemon and all three of your opponents Pokemon will be able to attack in the same turn. heal up and then we can continue our excursion. From where we are. You're also able to buy MooMoo Milk from the top left stall. he'll give you a Level 25 Basculin with a Sitrus Berry. most notably any Flying-type move. . if you can give him a Minccino. Interestingly it can make 'combination attacks' with the others. it's cheap but bitter and will reduce your Pokemon's happiness. You can also talk to the guy in black on the right. while one on the left can only attack the opposing left or centre Pokemon and the one on the right can only attack the opposing right or centre Pokemon. although that is pretty unlikely. On the note about money.

Start by going up and moving as far left as you can before sliding on the ice. 40 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . then 47) but you'll find no better Ice-type. Watchog L23 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Herdier Normal Grass + Tall Grass 35% Level 32 Vanillite Ice Grass + Tall Grass 30% Level 35 Minccino Normal Grass + Tall Grass 20% N/A Timburr Fighting Grass + Tall Grass 15% Level 25 Audino Normal Shaking Grass 90% N/A Stoutland Normal Shaking Grass 5% N/A Cinccino Normal Shaking Grass 5% N/A These Pokemon are only outside. pick up the NEVERMELTICE. we'll see two more later but one dies to any physical move and the other just sucks. then right then down to get TM55. After all four are defeated. SCALD. Clay and some workers will come in and arrest the grunts and sage. Go back left and then down when you can. That takes care of all the items. if a Pokemon is holding it and contact is Scald is an excellent new move. Pick up the NET BALL. Inside. Check the bin here for a PP UP.gamefaqs. very limited. Timburr L24 | Timburr L23. then get into the grass and head right. for sure. and surprisingly enough Emboar.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. It gets Ice Beam by level too. Vanillite is a very good choice. Timburr L24 | Pansear L24. They really like their Timburr. This is especially powerful paired with the Rough Skin or Iron Barbs ability. don't they? Pick up the ICE HEAL then go up right over the ice. Both of them will use Pokemon that you probably haven't seen before.Mew. After beating him. The outside of the Cold Storage has some interesting Pokemon. Vanillite is the somewhat well known ice cream Pokemon. I say some. It's the first form of the electric spider and it is damn cute. and move down. Return back and enter the building. Fight yet another worker.. Any Water-types you have will appreciate this move. Ice attacks and Flash Cannon are basically all they can use. Scraggy L23 | Liepard L24 | Trubbish L24 | Sandile L23. Cheren will take four. You'll find a worker to battle in this clearing with tall grass. up. this one has Timburr's evolution. bust out the itemfinder again and use it to locate a DIVE BALL' a bit to the bottom-right of the worker.-. Dwebble L24 | Pansage L24. who learns all TMs. Slide up. Cold Storage Trainer Pokemon: Whirlipede L24. go towards it and Cheren will appear. Its evolutions are a bit high (35. then go out of this container. If you want an Ice-type. the final evolution of Tepig. Only Water Pokemon can learn Scald with two exceptions . Fight another worker then move right onto the ice (doesn't matter from where). it deals 1/8 HP damage to the user. The only annoying thing with the line is that their movepool is very. Timburr L24 | Panpour L24. then wait. This is an interesting item. Fight the youngster and then head right and fight the other youngster. go through the grass to the left here and pick up the HEART SCALE. Answer his question and then head inside to find a sage and eight Plasma grunts! They'll come towards you. Timburr L23. Start by going right. Continue over to the right and bust out the itemfinder to get a HYPER POTION. go up the steps and fight another worker. but in reality there's only one here that is important. Continue following the path and you will see one container with the lid open. Karrablast L24 | Joltik L24. as well as being the current smallest Pokemon in existence. then return left and go down the gap between the buildings and talk to the worker to get a ROCKY HELMET. Once you get free movement again. 100 accuracy and has an incredible 30% chance of burning. First. left and down to reach the next part. Pick up the ETHER and continue further right. Timburr L24 | Gurdurr L24 | Vanillite L24. it's a good line. slide up. Slide down the ice on the left side. Vanillite L23 | Watchog L23. Keep going. right and fight the worker. The fan art with it in is beautiful . left. down the stairs and fight another worker. and the earliest AND best Ice-type you will find in the game. Tepig and Choabuu cannot learn it though. Just talk to the four ones on the right side to battle them. then slide right and go up the steps. Slide up. Go around and up the steps just north. head to the far bottom left now. then pick up the HYPER POTION to the right. Cheren will arrive and talk to you a bit.. Well. Continue. you will see why it's called the Frozen Warehouse. All the same. then go right and step off. Joltik in particular is anotable one. It's a useful item. You should also pick up the PROTEIN'' in the tall grass. then go down the steps and out the warehouse. and it's up to us to fight the other four. it is 80 power.

Yeah. and Cheren leaves to the left. 30 Pokemon Level Type Ability Attacks Krokorok Lv. although that is a quadruple weakness. Slash. From where you are. It may well knock out one anyway. use it. Lilligant Lv. Just don't use anything weak to Ground unless it's fast enough to beat Excadrill before getting hit . Now. Take the platform directly to the right and hit the up arrow. Take the same platform back down afterwards. After fighting the woman. then hit the green arrow to descend further. Excadrill's weaknesses include Water. then all of the Plasma grunts will disappear. when you arrive there. Crunch. also has three Pokemon. The gym is found in the top right of the city. Again. Muddy Water. and talk to him when you're ready to fight. Bulldoze Excadrill Lv. then head in. 29 Ground Moxie Swagger. Clay also has a signature move in Bulldoze. Munna Lv. The main thing to worry about is Hone Claws. It's not likely to hurt anyway. but it shouldn't be too bad in this particular case. Quake Badge My Team: Tirtouga Lv. Clay is really far underground. as with all the 88 speed and a good typing for resistances. any one of those should do the trick just fine. It could have been very dangerous. then fight the trainer. 29 Water/Ground Swift Swim Aqua Ring. it'll go down. take the lift right below her down. If you don't have a Grass move somewhere (even Grass Knot would work) then you'll just have to settle for neutral damage. Go up and examine the green arrow to the right on the lift. Clay will go back into the gym. Move up one platform and hit the red/pink arrow to move up and fight the trainer here.. Ground and Fighting. but Electric moves do NOT work on this thing. then go onto the support and take it around. facing Clay and his captured Plasma members. then move to the one at the back and take it up. Drilbur L28 | Sandile L28. Bulldoze The fifth leader. The idea of this gym . doesn't it? Palpitoad is a bit annoying as it only has one weakness. Drilbur L28 | Krokorok L29 | Sandile L27. Then there's Fighting. this time of quite an interesting variety considering they are all dual typed Pokemon. open a to navigate the gym using the platforms in order to reach leader. then hit the green arrow to go down. taking you with it. Just don't be fooled by its appearance . Palpitoad L27. That leaves us ready to do Driftveil Gym. Excadrill Lv. Bulldoze Palpitoad Lv. You'll have to fight another worker. Excadrill. let's do the gym! Driftveil Gym Trainer Pokemon: Palpitoad L28. Its most powerful move is Muddy Water. Now Excadrill as a Pokemon in general is amazing. You'll go incredibly far down. as well as the annoying Swagger or Torment. Sandile L27 | Drilbur L29 As always. 110 HP. Although. then continue down again. Ground/Dark actually has quite a few weaknesses.gamefaqs. but otherwise just hit it with whatever you have that is neutral. Heal up at the center. Torment. 31. it's basically a Ground Icy Wind. Grass. may look and be a Water-type. but it doesn't have an especially strong Special Attack so it should be fine. Move forward. we have Clay's main. if it gets a few of those in then you're going to have one hell of a time beating it without losing several Pokemon. do so. His first Pokemon is Sandile's mid evolution. 30. and any Water or Grass move should knock it out instantly. use the support and move right. BubbleBeam. Granted. but more powerful and physical. it's not that hard to take down. 31.Bulldoze off of that attack WILL hurt. 100 accuracy.which is Ground type . 30. you'll find Ghetsis and a ton of Plasma grunts in front of the gym. GYM LEADER CLAY Rewards: $3720. 41 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM .. It's a relatively weak move of 60 power. If you have a Grass move. Krokorok. Rock Slide. and it is capable of using a powerful move in Crunch. Bug and Ice as possible options. Pignite Lv. too. Clay will hand them over. move right and battle the trainer.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. 135 attack. talk to the advice guy for a FRESH WATER. 31 Ground/Steel Sand Rush Hone Claws. Finally. but you should be able to wrestle it down. but it has the bonus effect of always lowering the opponent's speed. Move back down again.

FLY. Tall Grass Vanillite Ice (WINTER) Foongus Grass/Poison Grass. 26 Psychic Pignite/Dewott/Servine Lv. then go to the lift right below it and hit the up arrow to return to the entrance. Hit the up arrow on the lift to move far up. Dark Water ~ Surf Basculin Water Fish. Emolga L27 | Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate 35% 25% 15% 15% 15% 10% 70% 20%/25% 5% 5% 40% 40% 100% 30% 65% Evolution Method Level 34 Trade with Shelmet Level 32 Level 35 Level 39 Happiness N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Level 25 Deerling Normal/Grass Karrablast Bug Grass. strangely enough) and you'll be able to move instantly to any town in the Unova region..gamefaqs. This time. Defeating Bianca will get you a very valuable award in HM02. go and heal as we have another fight coming right up.) Of note is the fact that Bianca's Munna has evolved into Musharna. Beating him earns you the Quake Badge. Deerling L27 | Tympole L24 (x4) | Deerling L27 | Deerling L27 | Vanillite L26. 26 Normal Pansage/Pansear/Panpour Tall Grass Grass. she'll fight you. 28 (Fire/Fighting)/Water/Grass Stronger levels now. Frillish L26 | Minccino L27. Dark Water ~ Fish Poliwag Water Fish 42 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . and it would also earn you the Bulldoze TM but Clay apparently forgot it or something. She opens up with Herdier like usual. Clay also has two Hyper Potions to use. Route 6 Trainer Pokemon: Deerling L27 | Emolga L27. That's likely to be the only real hard part of the battle (although Bianca does have some Hyper Potions to use too. DRIFTVEIL CITY: After you exit the gym. but it probably won't go down as easy as Bianca's other Pokemon. Nothing especially to use it for now. Teach it to any Flying-type (or a few others. Tall Grass Swadloon Bug/Grass Grass.. who has refined defenses (mostly in the form of extra HP) and a stronger special attack. Once you're ready. Tall Grass (NOT Tranquill Normal/Flying WINTER) Grass. Rival Bianca Rewards: $2800 Pokemon Level Type Herdier Lv. making exploration that much faster. Tall Grass Grass. who may cause some problems with its Intimidate ability. so he'll give it to us later. That's all for the gym then. It shouldn't be too bad. although much lower than the gym leader we just fought. 26 Fire/Water/Grass Musharna Lv. but it'll come in useful later. attempt to leave the city from the top left and Bianca will make an appearance.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Tall Grass Audino Normal Shaking Grass Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass Shaking Grass (NOT Unfezant Normal/Flying WINTER) Leavanny Bug/Grass Shaking Grass Plusle Electric Swarm (Black) Minun Electric Swarm (White) Basculin Water Surf.

who will send out a season changing deer of his own. You can expect to see a fair few of them as we conquer this route. Further left we'll find more grass. The itemfinder does react but it's for something across the river. which will be very useful. so even Wild ones can be bloody annoying. Also. and then result in a Wild fight with a Foongus. who will throw out yet another deer. for the record. That basically covers all we can do for now in Route 6. then talk to the Parasol Lady on the bridge to fight her too. This is one Pokemon I would highly recommend you leave alone. As always. Going back outside. then continue up north. but he does nothing but and I will mention those of you playing in winter may see hail on this route.gamefaqs. Foongus is crap. in this case. Yup. the levels are higher in there. then we'll get to these items. The evolution isn't even that much of an improvement. but has an absolute pittance for speed at 20. Beat it and his Emolga and get a CHERI BERRY. Head up on the grass and the location banner will officially change. sending out a Minccino. No items to get in there though. I'm not too familiar with the three new ones here. as with all healers. Once that's done. Continuing left there is another researcher. there's a HYPER POTION to the left of the building and an ELIXIR tucked away in between the grass below. The guy on the left wants to see all four Deerling forms. It's knight based with an incredible 135 attack and good 105 defenses. It evolves at Level 34 into a very competent Pokemon with its own signature move. this time of no charge. Fight the parasol lady..GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Typing is alright. outside of maybe catching one for your PokeDex.. there is some tall grass to visit if you wish. but it just isn't worth it for the effort it takes. which is incredibly important if you are raising a Minccino of your own. The one up north will hop if you touch it. it gets extra attack and special attack and more HP. These Foongus happen to be of a lower level than their wild grass counterparts. Head up and you'll find the cave covered by a yellow web. Route 6 starts off with a bunch of grass. but there's little effect aside from that. You can also talk to the mother to be healed. Horn Leech. I believe. long. yet. Poliwhirl Water Poliwhirl Water Politoed Water Fish Dark Water ~ Fish Dark Water ~ Fish 5% 65% 5% Water Stone or King's Rock + Trade Water Stone or King's Rock + Trade N/A Route 6 is a pretty interesting route. Usable? Yes. which will either take ages or a little bit of time travelling by setting the DS calendar to different months. In the evolution process Karrablast basically steals Shelmet's shell. and might fill in a Grass-type slot if one is available. It's certainly usable... The ranger just above will also fight you. Enter the building just above him. Taking the route forward will have you run into a scientist. The ball on the bottom left is also a not-so-friendly mushroom. its appearance actually changes depending on the season. but we're not inside the cave. a Shelmet. isn't there? Pity there's naught we can do with it for the moment. He'll send out his Krokorok who will use an attack to eliminate the web. Remember you can come back to her anytime. which I don't think anything but Pansage uses anyway. Showing him all four will yield a LEAF STONE. continue following the path and fight the researcher. There's quite a large river in this route. Beat her for a CHERI BERRY. colourful and full of some new Pokemon. but it becomes nothing of the sort when it evolves. these are the new Voltorb Pokemon. Go into the house on the right and talk to the little girl for a SHINY STONE. these tend to have Effect Spore. Though it's a bit of a pain. a Bug-type which we won't see for quite a while yet. Karrablast almost looks like a pre-evolution of Heracross. The annoying thing with this Pokemon is that you have to trade with a specific Pokemon in order to get it evolve. but low stats combined with a painfully high evolution level for those stats is urgh. It does also get the pretty powerful Jump Kick (100 power) to use for coverage. There's a hiker standing on this route for some reason or another. A bit further to the left is a LEAF STONE. Continue and take the path up (down just takes you back to the beginning of the route) and you'll find a Pokemon Ranger. Going back outside. Examine it and Clay will show up. a 60 power move with 100 accuracy that always lowers the 43 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Clay will then give you the promised TM78 BULLDOZE. both on the field and in battle as a weather effect. turns it into armour and there's your evolution. but Deerling is decent.

this is the 'cocoon' like stage. who has good attack. Klink. facing against a Mold Breaker Pokemon etcetera but normally it won't be possible to strike Eelektross or its pre-evolutions super effectively. are probably going to be a hell of a lot slower than any other Pokemon they fight. Trubbish L26 | Watchog L27..gamefaqs. on the other hand. Sandile L27 | Liepard L28 | Sandile L27. The line's real niche comes from their ability. for a net base damage of 100 * 1. then can you 44 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . One Thunderstone will evolve it into the final stage of the line. Lilligant L29 | Klink L29 | Whimsicott L30. Trubbish L26. although it has some attacking strength also. Most commonly one will see Joltik. Chargestone Cave Trainer Pokemon: Klink L29 | Archen L31 | Boldore L26. Eelektross. The real challenge comes in levelling Tynamo. the problem comes in that Klink doesn't evolve into its final form . Ferrothorn. Liepard L27 | Trubbish L26. The real advantage both ingame and competitively comes from the duo's Compoundeyes ability. including Autotomize and the unique Shift Gear. Gurdurr L26 | Klink L29 | Swadloon L29 | Sandile L26. by far the line learns Electric-type moves the most. The line's best move probably comes in Gear Grind for damage. Getting this small thing up to Level 39 will cause it to evolve into a Eelektrik. This is a Pokemon I would highly recommend if you have the room. making it far more viable than before. Being pure Electric Pokemon and having the Levitate ability means that in normal circumstances.until a very high Level 49. although he's a little slow (base 50. TMs. it works exactly like Rough Skin in that any contact with Ferroseed/Ferrothorn will reduce the attacker's HP by 1/8 of its total value. no egg moves. special attack and decent defenses.) His movepool is great though. you can attach a Rocky Helmet to them. where it has a very limited movepool compared to its other forms. if you can do that. and has 50 base but hits twice in a row. The last new one is Tynamo. with more gear 'parts' being added with each evolution step. In addition the line also has access to moves such as Signal Beam. which takes on the proper form of the electric eel and is now able to actually learn moves by levelling up as well as a large assortment of TMs. Watchog L26 | Scraggy L28 | Trubbish L27. There's also a problem in that it can't really use its moves and stats properly. and Ferroseed and its evolution. They're usable. which is just the cutest thing ever. and its first evolution at Level 38 is already quite high. is a bit strange. but ingame 97 special attack combined with Thunder and a good 108 speed is beautiful. it has pretty subpar stats and access to only four moves . Tynamo itself is completely useless. which rises in power the bigger the speed difference is. which would have worked great :/ Ferroseed also has a unique combination in Grass/Steel and is most primarily a defensive Pokemon. Definitely possible to use if you so wish.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. They don't even get Wild Charge. its 30% boost pushes Thunder's normal 70% accuracy all the way up to 91%. Zekraika L30 | Gothita L29. Their stats are a bit left to be desired competitively. It's a little average to begin with. opponent's speed. Ducklett L29. because there really is none. They also have an interesting ability in Iron Barbs. It also gets some pretty interesting support moves. It alone learns no physical Grass-type moves but thankfully it gets Power Whip as soon as it evolves. The whole line looks very similar. and they're a rather interesting line at that. Just don't except much variety in movepool.5 = 150 with STAB included. which gain no STAB whatsoever with the line's pure Steel typing. Of course. nothing. and that means any contact with them takes off a massive twenty-five percent HP from the attacker. making those decent defenses pretty good.Klinklang . However. Scraggy L26. certainly. it's Tirtouga L30 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Joltik Bug/Electric Cave Floor 39% Level 36 Klink Steel Cave Floor 29% Level 38 Ferroseed Grass/Steel Cave Floor 20% Level 40 Boldore Rock Cave Floor 10% Trade Tynamo Electric Cave Floor 2% Level 39 Drilbur Ground Dust Cloud 100% Level 31 This list applies for 1F and B1F. We finally reach another cave after a long while. It's the smallest Pokemon to date and has a unique typing. It and its evolution also have absolutely pathetic speed (base 10 and 20 respectively) but this actually works very advantageously in combination with the Gyro Ball move. and the Pokemon selection in here is quite different. Watchog L27 | Drilbur L30. You'll have to avoid being tricked Iron Balls. Bug Buzz and Energy Ball. but once it evolves into Galvantula at Level 36 it is great. making them pretty dman good.. they have no weaknesses.

[On a side note. Hit this rock from the right hand side to send it into the big electrical rock.. After the initial wave of five (and I bet you thought the four in the Cold Storage was a lot!) take the stairs down and follow the path further. Pick up the HYPER POTION they leave you right next to. Whack the rock out of the way and then the other one up. for the record. then leave. The music gets deeper as you descend the floors. You might notice some Plasma grunts . Swap it between your currently active/lead Pokemon for the biggest yield of EXP. you can find a hidden ELIXIR in the center part of this small alcove to the right. then leave. hit it from the left to get it to budge. beat him to activate him as a healer. known as the Shadow Triad. You'll find a doctor. it's simply a shortcut back to the entrance. as they're more common there. you can level it up in here to have it evolve into a Magnezone or Probopass respectively.] Enough Pokemon reviewing.note that his Archen has Acrobatics. back to the cave at hand. Go back and descend the stairs. hit the top rock out of the way by pushing it to the right and pick up the REVIVE.B2F Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method 45 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . which WILL hurt if it connects! After the fight. They'll scuttle you across the bridge for some reason or another. Take the path around and you'll come across two guys. Prof.possibly just behind the bicycle . you are able to move around it by going down and around. You're welcome to jump over the ledge if you want. and it'll be relatively close to evolving (~25) when you catch it.. Keep going and Bianca and Prof. but we'll be seeing an in cave healer soon anyway. Do not be fooled by the rock on the left. then take you forward to N. go down. Go back around and take the upper steps. Go back to the rocks and hit the top one to the left and the bottom one down to clear a path. Juniper will catch up with you. but the egg will take even better advantage of it. Now. ELECTRIC CAVE . continue on this same line and examine the spot one space away from the wall for a hidden PARLYZ HEAL then go up the stairs on the left. can reap the rewards of its evolutions. making training and high level evolutions that much easier. which you will need if you want to use Tynamo. Continue forward and all of a sudden Bianca and Prof. Take the steps up first and fight the hiker. the encounter rate in this cave can be bloody annoying. N will talk to you for a minute. Pick up the PARLYZ HEAL.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. There's also a hidden REVIVE in the wall to the left. then take the steps to the left down to the basement floor. The top left of this 'square' also has a TIMER BALL to pick Head back to the doctor whenever you need to heal. granting you passage. use the itemfinder to locate it. talk to either of them to get two NUGGETS. then take the branching path right. Going forward will cause two white haired. If you want to get one you may want to wait until we get to the bottom floor. Fight the researcher and her Klink. Juniper will give you THE most useful item in the game . Some dialogue and Prof.gamefaqs. Go back to the two Nugget guys and this time go up. There's also wild Boldore in here .and we will see tons of them from here on out. Continuing north there will be another rock in your way.N wasn't here randomly after all. Prepare to rage at their Sturdy ability. Also. then hit the bottommost little rock to the left to get it out of the way and pick up the now accessible IRON. Afterwards. Head up that way and begin fighting them. You can also grab a Drilbur in here again. Juniper is conducting research with Bianca as her protector from the Wild Pokemon. then hit the small rock south and take the path. but in a different part behind a ledge.a ''LUCKY EGG'!! The Lucky Egg is an item that boosts the gained experience of any Pokemon holding it by 1. Do so and pick up the THUNDERSTONE in the bottom left. then move around the ledge and pick up the HEAL BALL. so it may be decent if you want another addition. telling you some more information. Go down first and check the spot directly under the small floating electric rock for a HP UP. then go down and attempt to cross the bridge and three of these black cloaked figures will appear.the evolution of Roggenrola . Jump off the ledge and fight the Ace Trainer on the right . then go back and go down the stairs again. it seems. then take the right steps up and fight the scientist here. if you have a Magneton or Nosepass. The EXP system still exists of course. You'll walk in a straight line under three small electric rocks. take the path up and fight some more plasma grunts. the puzzle of this cave is to hit the smaller floating electric rocks into the large rocks that are crackling with electricity. Now. Take the path left rather than up. which is pretty cool. so you may want to use some Repels if it drives you crazy. Juniper will appear.5. who will prove useful as we get through the rest of this cave. You'll be back on 1F. black clothed figures to appear around you.

com/ds/995081-pokemon-white-version/faqs/6102. if you want to get rid of Cut. back up to the first floor. although it's going to be a while before we can get our sixth badge. right and up to pick up the tucked away RARE CANDY. this is the place to go. Lastly. Joltik Bug/Electric Cave Klink Steel Cave Ferroseed Grass/Steel Cave Boldore Rock Cave Tynamo Electric Cave Drilbur Ground Dust Floor 36% Floor 26% Floor 20% Floor 10% Floor 8% Cloud 100% Level Level Level Trade Level Level 36 38 40 39 31 A bit of a change in encounter rates here . go left down the steps and get the HYPER POTION. an item that boosts the evasion of the Pokemon holding it (though not like an actual stat increase. who is able to make your Pokemon forget any move. A little bit forward you'll find a female Ace Trainer. however. mainly TM07 Hail. You're bound to have seen this four as you've travelled through the cave so it's unlikely you'll have many problems with this fight. I'm still adding the trainers' Pokemon to the list at the top. Hence. Reusability tends to push up the prices a bit. who is able to reteach your Pokemon any move for the price of a Heart Scale. head right. then check the wall two spaces away from the steps for a STAR PIECE. Tirtouga. The only particularly annoying thing is probably going to be Boldore's Sturdy. Strength. fight her and then knock the rock below her to the right.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. TM18 Rain Dance and TM37 Sandstorm. Return to the position of the second Ace Trainer and take the right path up.gamefaqs. The old man on the right is the move deleter. which will give it a chance to Mud-Slap and drop your accuracy or something. This time. Descend the steps and pick up the MAGNET lying here. head back up the steps at the top. We'll catch up with N. Follow the path and when you reach a crossroads. Team Plasma N Rewards: $2800 Pokemon Level Type Boldore 28 Rock Joltik 28 Bug/Electric Ferroseed 28 Grass/Steel Klink 28 Steel As usual. Surf. Exit through the gaping white hole to the top right. which will boost the power of Electric-type moves by 20%. N's Pokemon have changed to represent the surrounding area. This time there's an Ace Trainer to deal out! Afterwards. Mistralton City We've arrived at the sixth gym town. Fly. take the steps to the right. Start by going in the Pokemon Center and healing. who has a Lilligant with Quiver Dance . then go back to the crossroads and head down instead. who has both the evolution of Cottonee (expect +1 priority on non damaging moves like Leech Seed! Although it is incredibly fast anyway) and the other fossil. The house to the right of the Pokemon Center contains four people. honestly. They cost a rather large $50000 each. Fight the scientist's Klink off then go left and hit the rock out of the way to create a shortcut if needed. who as usual will challenge you to a fight. Go further down and you'll find a second Ace Trainer..) There is also a hidden PARLYZ HEAL if you go straight down from here and check the bottom left tile in the bottom right corner. It's worth noting that you can also buy the four weather TMs from this shop. we can exit the cave. Go into the spot that the floating rock previously was and check the wall above you for a hidden MAX POTION.. The two closer to the door are useless. The girl on the left is the move relearner. You can find a BRIGHTPOWDER at the end of this path.Tynamo is now four times as common. After all the dialogue is over and done with. That's all on this floor alone. INCLUDING HM moves. The guy in green to the right will tell you what Hidden Power type any of your Pokemon have if you talk to him. Go straight down. A Pokemon can only learn moves that it can know in it's current 46 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . but the upper two are interesting. TM11 Sunny Day. Waterfall or Dive on any Pokemon. go left.

and a PARLYZ HEAL hidden between the two mud patches on the top left. check the centre of the middle one on the right for a hidden REPEL. and is the only way to unlock some moves on certain Pokemon. it's worth fighting them first before we explore the rest. it's a rather strange move that picks the opponent up and drops them on the next turn. you'll end up meeting with Prof. whose Seed Bomb attack may hurt if it connects. We'll have to chase after her. Axew L31 | Emolga L30. The 47 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . There's two youngsters in the grass. which we'll do soon enough. but you have to keep moving. Ducklett L29. The house has nothing in it. Juniper's father will give you. Skyla will talk to you afterwards and mention Route 7. then leave the city to the top right. | Palpitoad L29. Don't forget you can get them daily from the woman in Driftveil City. something (an upgrade to your PokeDex. Non-winter players need not fret. Juniper's father and the gym leader of Fukiyose. Simisage L30 Simisear L31 | Liepard L32 + Swoobat L32 + Simipour L30. perhaps?) then Skyla will come forward and be introduced to you. Prof. no gym. Tall Grass 20% N/A Foongus Grass/Poison Grass. Scolipede L29. Tranquill L29 | Boldore L34. Heart Scales can be a bit annoying to come across. Tranquill L30 | Solosis L31. Winter players will also have Hail here. You can stop for about a second but you'll fall off. and from this alone you may be able to tell what type the Fukiyose Gym is. Shelmet L29 | Watchog L32 | Minccino L31 | Swadloon L30. Talk to the teacher/brown haired-woman with the coat in here just near the entrance to get a SHARP BEAK.gamefaqs. Snivy users unfortunately get nothing. One of the youngsters owns a Simisage. Serperior has no special Level 1 move. Skyla. we can enter the building that the flight attendant is standing next to. Moving off the airstrip.. these are probably worth knocking out as they give quite a bit of EXP. as well as one new Pokemon in Kumasyun if you're playing in winter. and you're also able to hop off anytime if you press in a direction that isnt the bridge. Tall Grass 20% N/A Zebstrika Electric Grass. an incredibly powerful Bug move which can be useful even off of Samurott's lesser attack stat. Tall Grass (WINTER) 30% Level 37 Deerling Normal/Grass Grass. you will not be able to learn that move. especially for this stage of the game. There's also a hidden MAX ETHER you can get on the bottom right one by checking one particular tile from the bottom. You can walk or run on them (not bike) to get across over the grass. Gurdurr L34 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Tranquill Normal/Flying Grass. and is unfortunately pretty subpar. Sigilyph L30 | Tynamo L29. and you try to use the move relearner n the evolved Pokemon. too! If you try to head further in the city. two of the three starters get a very good move this way.? If you go to the very bottom there are some muddy patches.. Route 7 Trainer Pokemon: Dwebble L30.. ohohoho) to learn Hammer Arm. Tall Grass (NOT WINTER) 30% Level 32 Kumasyun Ice Grass. Tall Grass 20% Level 34 Watchog Normal Grass. especially compared to Vanillite and its evolutions. the evolution of Pansage. You may also find Zebstrika or Watchog wild. a 100 power Fighting move that does reduce the Speed of the user after use. SKY DROP you can pick up by a plane on the bottom right. You'll see this wooden 'bridges' a lot on this route. Those of you who picked Oshawott can take your Samurott there to learn Megahorn. but they'll be easier to get later in the game. Head out the city through the top right exit when you're ready to move Over to the left is a giant airstrip. Yeah. That's all we can grab in this town for now. form . especially with the Lucky Egg. In fact.. There's a TM58. as you'll be able to catch Kumasyun a little later on.. I'm not too sure how it works but it may be worth a try. It's the first stage of the two stage polar bear line. The move relearner can teach moves all the way for Level 1. no leader. Tall Grass 10% Level 39 Sentret Normal Swarm 40% Level 15 Audino Normal Shaking Grass 85% N/A Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass 10%/15% N/A Unfezant Normal/Flying Shaking Grass (NOT WINTER) 5% N/A Bunch of evolutions here.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. which you'll have to be careful if a pre-evolution learns a move that the evolution cannot by level. People who picked Tepig can take their Emboar (like me. which will increase the power of Flying-type moves. but is very powerful.

but once it evolves at 41 it gets a whole lot better. Lampent. its power does get split somewhat. Gothita L30 | Emolga L30. Now. Head through the grass and back up to the ledge. Jump off the bridge to the right to pick up the fabulous TM81. Right above is our next destination. but when it evolves into Chandelure. Litwick itself is nothing amazing. although it does have a fair few weaknesses from it including Ground. Chandelure. Cross up the stairs and you'll be treated to a Xtransceiver call with your mum. Herdier L30 | Swadloon L31 The second floor contains one wild Pokemon. so be careful! Rock Slide is a very useful move in normal triples. Solosis L30. You'll be able to get one later in the game . but if you head up north you can find the entrance to Twist Mountain. That ranger has a Simipour. regular triple in White. That's all for Route 6. where you'll find doubles etcetera. We'll start with the bottom . the fully evolved form of Venipede/Whirlipede. it's a home for departed souls. Litwick. then go back through the grass. and continue to fight a backpacker. First. filled with tons of graveyards and quite a few trainers (although it is just normal trainers. is my favourite fifth generation Pokemon.. but useless otherwise. Dark. a place which we can't access just Feel free to head right over the grass and fight the Ace Trainer on the other side. Litwick's final evolution. Once that's done with. enter it. It'll serve you well for the rest of the game. but take the spiral stairs up to the second floor (complete with camera view change) and the real tower will begin. not a bunch of possessed channelers or anything. then head further north and fight another ranger. It's helpful if you can't be bothered to find an Emolga in shaking grass. You'll be able to fight the hiker at the top of the stairs. Up north you'll find a backpacker with a Minccino. but it's good all the same. that is). Smash it to pieces and attack the Pokemon Ranger to get an ASPEAR BERRY. Rock and Ghost. Enter the house here and talk to the girl over on the right by the TV to get healed.gamefaqs. it has an 48 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . This can be a pretty tough one. seeing as it hits all three Pokemon at once (if the user is in the centre. Celestial Tower 2F Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Litwick Ghost/Fire Building Flr 100% Level 41 Trainer Pokemon: Elgyem L30. who has Axew. There's an ULTRA BALL to pick up in a non-grassy gap. the real capabilities come from the line's very good Special Attack stat. this time with the evolution of the fire monkey. It's evolution. Litwick has a pretty unique typing in Ghost/Fire.. the evolution of the water monkey. This ranger will also give you an ASPEAR BERRY. The southern one is the tall grass.not too much later.) The first floor has nothing particularly special. Sallying forth you'll find a house. .GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. and decently strong. or otherwise use the bridge to get over it. Pansear. It's exactly the same as the other two statwise. Water. a Bug move with 80 power and 100 accuracy. but we're not done with the route yet. There's also a hidden ULTRA BALL in the puddle. This is a triple battle! Rotation in Black. I can't help but love its expression. Go back south out of the grass afterwards and take the left path around the grass this time. but the actual cave is blocked. one of the few Dragon-type Pokemon of Unova (although it isn't a pseudo legend. Head back over to the left side of Route 6 now where the Axew ranger was. Of course. other youngster has a Scolipede. you'll notice a grass patch north and a grass patch south. sports 95 special attack and 55 speed (which is a large improvement over Litwick's 20). It's pretty fast. Celestial Tower The Celestial Tower is incredibly similar to the Pokemon Tower of RBY. too. it comes relatively close with a 540 base stat total and one hell of an attack stat when it's fully evolved ). and is especially good for Pokemon such as Excadrill or pretty much any Bug-type that isn't special reliant... However. actually. The tower right above him is our next destination.I love this thing so much. X-SCISSOR. go down a bit and cross through the grass. It can hold its own decently. go right through the grass from above the ranger with the Axew to find a MAX ETHER. Sigilyph L30 | Deerling L30. Grab the PP UP in the grass to the left.go on top of the bridge and follow it around until you catch the clown and fight him. CHARGE BEAM. Panpour. take the other bridge and fight the clown on this one. the likes of which we saw back in Chargestone Cave. Talk to the girl here to get TM57. Not that that alone really tells you how good it is. the hiker in this house will trade you an Emolga in exchange for a Boldore.

with it and its evolution only really specializing in Special Attack (its evolution. Go up and take a left to find another trainer. It's not actually that strong of a power jump compared to Herdier's powerful Take Down earlier in the game.. you'll probably have to go back and around through the other grave gap if she's blocking your way. great Pokemon.) As far as things go. go through the gap between the graves to fight the first trainer. a Pokemon we will see wild momentarily. Move down through the gap and fight another Psychic. Further down you'll find a nurse. for example. and Level 42 is a little Alomomola L31 Elgyem is now wild. the final evolution of Lillipup who looks a little like Entei. absolutely monstrous 145 special attack which paired with Fire Blast. 49 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM .. Beat her and claim the now accessible TM61. a Ground/Ghost Pokemon. Ring the bell by going up to it and examining it.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Pick up the TM65. which'll be useful for hatching eggs (halves the steps needed if the Flame Body Pokemon is in the party). who happens to own Golett. it's pretty subpar. but otherwise you'll have to descend the tower and go back through Route 7 again. If you have a Pokemon with Fly you can just use that to get back. then move straight left and fight another one. although surprisingly enough you can still find Wild Pokemon (although I think only on the lower part). Use if you wish. but it's not something I'd recommend greatly. She is a Psychic who uses Elgyem. SHADOW CLAW on the left here and then continue. 80 base speed isn't all that bad either.. Go up the stairs afterwards. WILL-O-WISP as yours.. Celestial Tower 4F Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Litwick Ghost/Fire Building Flr 70% Level 41 Elgyem Psychic Building Flr 30% Level 42 Trainer Pokemon: Stoutland L33 | Swoobat L32. Move forward. Seriously. Move back and head up the stairs to the second floor. Pick up the REVIVE then continue on and fight the female Ace Trainer. the music in this tower has a very similar feel to a certain Chrono Trigger song. Defeat her. having 125 base. Now we have to get back to Fukiyose. then Skyla will leave.) They're also both pretty slow. if anyone knows it? You'll find an Ace Trainer on the right. will kill or severely damage pretty much anything. among others. Swoobat L31 | Yamask L31. He has Stoutland. Great. and it'll give plenty of EXP if you knock it out. Gothorita L32 I have to say. and a Dusk Stone isn't that far away. They may also come with Flame Body. why are these happy trainers in a tower of the dead? I don't get it :x That PokeFan has a Hyper Potion for the record. Golett L31 | Duosion L32 | Gothita L31. defeat her baby goth and fake Luvdisc evolution (which has a hell of a lot of HP. albeit rare (it gets more common on later floors. Move to the right and fight. going up the stairs. The line also gets the help of Shadow Ball. go up on the platform and she'll talk to you. then move left to fight a PokeFan. I might add) and she'll heal you whenever you need it. MISTRALTON CITY: Now that Skyla is back in her gym. As for the tower itself. Beheeyem. Moving right will have you fight a Lass. My condolences if you have to do so. Celestial Tower 3F Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Litwick Ghost/Fire Building Flr 85% Level 41 Elgyem Psychic Building Flr 15% Level 42 Trainer Pokemon: Musharna L32 | Litwick L31. then pick up the SPELL TAG. Move between the nearby gap afterwards to fight yet another Psychic. move up and take a right to pick up the HYPER POTION. another psychic. we can challenge her for the Jet Badge. Celestial Tower 5F Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Litwick Ghost/Fire Building Flr 50% Level 41 Elgyem Psychic Building Flr 50% Level 42 We've arrived at the roof. Energy Ball/Solarbeam and Psychic as attacks. You'll see Skyla.gamefaqs. "Memories of Green".

it doesn't even use its strongest attack stat (which is a rather pathetic 77 special attack). Though even's a 55 BP move that is doubled to 110 BP when the user isn't holding an item. GYM LEADER SKYLA Rewards: $4200. mainly. MISTRALTON CITY: Outside the gym. 98 speed and 87 in both attacking stats is decent. so it will hit with the full 165 BP (incl.. and Rock moves will also do a fair number. with Unfezant's 105 attack being ignored outside of Quick Attack in favour of its pitiful 65 special attack. Just smash it with Electric. Mistralton Gym Trainer Pokemon: Tranquill L32. fight the pilot and enter the cannon again. push up against it and it'll fire you across the gym. Swoobat is the evolved form of Woobat and shares the Psychic/Flying typing. which we've seen in the past .. Musharna Lv. AERIAL ACE right at 50 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . It's at the top left of the city. which is probably the most dangerous move on her entire team. If you go down the left side of the airstrip. Skyla's main is Swanna. Yeah. Save if necessary (although this battle is pretty easy. Her signature move is Acrobatics. Unfezant is the final evolution of Pidove and this one is female. and the only reason you should be having any difficulty is if you're unlucky or are doing a mono challenge with a type that is weak to Flying. Again. STAB) when it uses it. but with the rather weak moves it possesses it won't be doing much. then enter the cannon to get shot in a wide arc through a green hoop. Heal up in the Pokemon Center. Leer Swanna Lv. ACROBATICS. Descend the stairs and enter the cannon again from this side to get shot over the fence near a trainer. you'll find a TM40. then again through no hoop. Defeating Skyla will get you the Jet Badge. Sigilyph L32 | Unfezant L33 | Swoobat L33 | Talk to the guy to get a FRESH WATER as usual. Electric. Take him down and then enter the cannon FROM THE BOTTOM to progress.. Ice or Rock or pretty much anything and move on. 40. you'll find N. Bubblebeam Yeah. Enter the next cannon. It's pretty frail. Go up the steps for another trainer. Jet Badge My Team: Carracosta Lv. Heart Stamp. This whole team is crap.gamefaqs. then go up the stairs and down to find and battle a second trainer. 35 Water/Flying Keen Eye Aqua Ring. Kill it and move on. Ghost. You'll see a cannon. Assurance Unfezant Lv. It'll shoot you over the barrier. and exit. Aerial Ace. instead preferring to use the weaker 57 attack. You'll find a pilot straight ahead to fight. Use this last cannon to get through a red hoop and right next to Skyla.. Any Electric move will completely fry it.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. 33 Psychic/Flying Unaware Amnesia. giving it weaknesses to Dark. Beautiful. 38. Tranquill L32 | Ducklett L32. Lilligant Lv. who will talk to you for a minute then leave. It so happens that only her Swoobat has Acrobatics. it'll be missing the extra facial design. Swoobat also has no item equipped. Acrobatics. and is a rather strange choice for a main Pokemon in the first place. honestly) then challenge her. Battle his Flying Pokemon.. 37. Air Slash. then head up. Excadrill Lv. the wrong stat is used. then head into the gym. on the airstrip. Enter the cannon afterwards to get shot across the room. and you get thrown into the wall. Go straight left to get into that cannon and onto a higher 38 Pokemon Level Type Ability Attacks Swoobat Lv. as well as TM62. as the other two cannot learn the move! However. Enter the cannon she's in front of from the back to get shot to the beginning of the gym. TM62 Acrobatics. I can only hope her rematch in the third version is a lot better. so it'll have a different design to the Unfezant we saw earlier in the gym. 33 Normal/Flying Big Pecks Quick Attack. go left. Ice and Rock. a new Water/Flying Pokemon who has no stats over 100 base. proper Lucky Egg use can really push up your levels. It shouldn't be too hard to take down. 40. Bleh. Emboar Lv. quite a few. Just knock it out. Woobat L32 | Ducklett L32. Ouch. Do the same with the next cannon through a purple hoop. Skyla is a Flying-type leader with three Pokemon as usual. I reckon. Air Slash. Razor Wind.

with the exception of his starter who is one level off evolving. so of course. STRIATON CITY: Go left and Surf across the first pond you come to. passing either under or on top the wooden bridge. although they're now all in their final forms. Heal up any damage you took from the gym. but we'll come to that a little later.gamefaqs. I was trying to set my Lilligant up on him. and go see Prof. then head north and you should reach it. Next. 35 (Fire/Fighting)/Water/Grass Still only four Pokemon. ACCUMULA TOWN: Head out through the left gatehouse into Route 2. give or take a few if you've been battling every trainer along the way. he'll challenge you. The recommended strategy is really no different to the usual.TM10. go near the Celestial Tower and make a right turning when you get to it. and after three Quiver Dances his Unfezant got a critical Air Slash and killed my poor flower . the town of the first gym. Push it down into the gap and pick up the RARE CANDY. fly to Striaton City. it's a bit like Qwilfish in statistical aspects. SURF! See why I said we'd be able to explore things soon? Start by flying to your hometown. Cheren's Pokemon are now armed with items including the rare Scope Lens and Leftovers. including TM54. You'll get a BIG PEARL by talking to him. You might well come across a Basculin as you're surfing. Next. ROUTE 2: There's a Strength boulder right ahead. By now you should have seen somewhere around the realm of 85 Pokemon.-. you can't steal your opponent's items anymore! Once you beat him. fly to Accumula Town. 33 Fire/Water/Grass Liepard Lv. Remember where we fought the hiker with the Level 34 Pokemon before we took on the tower? If not. She'll reward you with some TMs for your effort. and then gives you HM03. 33 Normal/Flying Simisage/Simisear/Simipour Lv. so you'll probably have to wait a little bit for that one. tell you something or other and leave. and Surf across so you can talk to the guy by here. I'm pretty sure it only appears after you get the Jet Badge. head into Route 3. Pretty fast with decent attack. Directly across there is a small island with a FULL HEAL. and hope you don't get unlucky. HIDDEN POWER. Two kids will come by when you pick it up. Surf back across and move over to the pond on the top left. Nuvema Town. Alder will make an appearance. then start Surfing. 33 Dark Pignite/Dewott/Servine Lv.. then we can get moving. beat down on him until he loses. There is stuff in Route 1 but it's far too much to cover without its own but it's not amazing by any means. and jump down an incredible height. I suppose it can be useful. You can also find a 51 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Generation V unfortunately made it so Thief in regular trainer battles works as it does in the battle facilities. It's a decent Flying move regardless. you can find a hidden ZINC on the other side by checking one of the spots in between the pond and the bush on the right. but it doesn't evolve or anything. I think he mentions about Team Plasma being in the cave. Interestingly. FALSE SWIPE and TM17. PROTECT. Anyway. Next. There's one more TM you can get off of her . which is literally right next to you. Juniper in her lab. Surfing for Treasure NUVEMA TOWN: Talk to your mum to heal if necessary. right above Route 1 and Nuvema Town. Twist Mountain (Entrance) Attempt to go up the stairs and Cheren appears! It's been a while since we've fought him. Rival Cheren Rewards: $3500 Pokemon Level Type Unfezant Lv.. ROUTE 3: We do have more to do in Wellspring Cave.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Follow the route towards Nacrene City and get onto the bridge surrounded by water.. but you need to have seen 100 Pokemon. the bottom.

go down this path and find a TM22. I'd recommend teaching it to either a slave of some sort.gamefaqs. That's all that's in the forest. Go around and you'll descend next to some water. Head on inside. as well as a hidden RARE CANDY on the upper part if you examine the patch of darker grass (not wild grass) on the far right. we are right next to Mistralton Cave. go into Nacrene City and then head over left into Pinwheel Forest. . isn't it? Hopefully you got the Flash TM all the way back in Castelia City .com/ds/995081-pokemon-white-version/faqs/6102. surfing on this water is probably one of the best places to get a Frillish (Water/Ghost) if you want to use one. and we have done every random extra route part that needed Surf. there's a MAX ETHER to pick up. They're pretty good Pokemon. This is where the old man was previously blocking us when we were dealing with Team Plasma.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. a 120 power. Move around the rocks here by moving two tiles right and Surf straight across. Pick up the HYPER POTION on the left. tucked into the tree trunk. ROUTE 6: Get onto the bridge and use Surf to pick up the TM84. Examine the space three steps left of that one for a BIG MUSHROOM. Surf up until you reach a small island on the right. Gurdurr L33 | Boldore L34 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Boldore Rock Cave Floor 50% Trade Woobat Psychic/Flying Cave Floor 30% Happiness Axew Dragon Cave Floor 20% Level 38 Drilbur Ground Dust Clouds 100% Level 31 This list applies for all floors of Mistralton Cave. as they come decently high levelled here. giving us free rein in this part of the forest. DRIFTVEIL CITY: If you go directly right of the Pokemon Center you'll descend to some land that is close to water.Dark. Surf straight right on it and you'll see an island. or over a TM move one of your current party has. For the record. Start Surfing up and go straight up. Go back to where you took the steps up. That's all in the northern part. landing on the long grass. go up these steps and you'll find a SILVERPOWDER that we couldn't get before located near the Grass Knot TM. You might see a cave entrance here. Mistralton Cave Trainer Pokemon: Drilbur L33. whole new part of the route to the left of this pond. so we may as well do this now. use the itemfinder to check one of the spots on this piece of land for a RARE CANDY. go down them and this time take the steps down.yes. and Surf straight across to a small island. There's also a HP UP to pick up. take a quick trip back to the healer on Route 6 in the house. Next. Get back on the water. Follow the water left and you'll reach some land. 100 acc Grass-type move that takes two turns to fire (except in sunlight).. Take the steps up to begin with and follow this path around and through the tree trunk. POISON JAB located on the small island by here. Neat. You can use it like any other healing item too. You may also notice a certain dragon in the encounter list . If you have it. Defeating him will get you a LUM BERRY. Get back on the water. replace it with the previous move as soon as you finish. Move either one step left or right and check the spot you preferably landed in for a hidden TINYMUSHROOM. and go left until you get to yet another bridge. Go back up these steps and this time take the left path.. albeit not amazingly strong offensively. Surf onto the bridge just above.. Fly to Driftveil City. and do the cycle again as necessary. PINWHEEL FOREST: Go inside and take the road up. although if you go further north you will see a line of four small boulders blocking the entrance to a deeper part of the forest. There's another hidden TINYMUSHROOM here. First. Surf back left. The beauty of reusable TMs is that you can temporarily teach Flash. you have to move through the alley left of the Pokemon Center. then take the path right and up. and it's a place we'll be visiting very shortly. then go back to the cave and enter it. Head out to Route 6 next. If you need to heal for whatever reason. but we can't get him just yet. Follow this path and take the steps right when you see them. Once you get onto the next wooden bridge. Axew is in here. Now. but he left a long time ago. and a trainer to fight with the three evolved elemental monkeys at Level 32. Pick up the SILK SCARF. too. Next. Go down into the long grass and move right past it. a good berry that will heal any status effect should the holder be afflicted with one. Axew and 52 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM .. then start Surfing on the water. Get on it and pick up the WATER STONE by this moving lighthouse.if not. There's a legendary in here. SOLARBEAM at the end. Hug the right wall and you'll come to a gap.

3F: No darkness here. Straight down there is a Strength boulder. pretty much anything will fall to it. so if you're not able to catch him yet don't worry and try another time. go straight down and you'll find the way up to the next floor. Take this route left and you'll get a valuable TM80.Cobalion . continue right and push the Strength boulder into place. although I would highly recommend you get one with Mold Breaker rather than Rivalry. which does make sense considering what is in here. and push the Strength boulder into place. then go straight down and left up the steps. Also. MISTRALTON CAVE. this creates a shortcut in case you need to exit. Go back and now take the path down. and have a go! LEGENDARY POKEMON ~ COBALION Level: 42 Type: Steel / Fighting Ability: Justified Moves: Helping Hand / Retaliate / Iron Head / Sacred Sword Base Stats: 91 HP / 90 Attack / 129 Defense / 90 Special Attack / 72 Special Defense / 108 Speed Cobalion . then go back and go right. Keep going for now. Now. Push the Strength boulder here into place. and head back. There is a Hiker to fight.. then as far down as you can and it'll slide into can completely rip apart ingame. then continue down. go back up the steps. and this time take that path left. push the Strength boulders out of the way. Go back and then up. and it may well be impossible at this point of the game. Ignore the steps for now and take the path all the way up to get a DUSK STONE.gamefaqs. so it's definitely worth training one if you want. which will increase the power of Rock moves. once Haxorus gets Outrage (at Level 66). But where is my mind? Use Flash if you have it. MISTRALTON CAVE. take a right turning and pick up the MAX REPEL here. SAVE. has 97 speed and a staggering 147 attack. It can be an incredible Pokemon used properly. Earthquake and Rock Slide.. Once his days are over. Axew won't reach its final form until Level 48. thank the lord. and then ascend the big stairs up to the third floor. as Rivalry will screw you over more often than not! You can tell if it has Mold Breaker by whether a bar with the ability appears at the beginning of the fight or not. ROCK SLIDE. Haxorus.who is #144 in the Unova Dex and #638 in the National Dex . Continue going up and you'll find another then go down and go left where we haven't gone left before. You'll now be able to see the legend . taking the path..GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Also. Ascend the staircase here. Push the Strength boulder here into place and check the rock over to the bottom right for a HYPER POTION. but it and its evolution should be able to hold their own. The line is good and have some nice physical moves like Dragon Claw. Talk to him and press yes and he'll tell you the legends of the musketeer trio . then take the upper path left and you'll come to a dead end. Terrakion and Virizion . 2F: Go down the steps and go straight down. Finally. Lampent.made up of Cobalion. Check the rock tucked in this top left corner by the Hiker for a hidden HYPER POTION. Once he falls. then head left. the first 53 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . This also appears to have a special name as 'Room of Conduct'. its evolutions are all pure dragons with some very good Attack and decent Speed. then go all the way back to where you pushed the Strength boulder before. Take the path up to begin with. slip into this small 'corridor' to the left and follow it through. Check the rock just left of the boulder for an ELIXIR. then go down the steps and push the boulder into place. which is a good Rock move for any Pokemon that has a half decent attack stat. going up some steps. don't you think? His catch rate is only 3. which is incredibly important if you are using a Litwick or its evolution. Pick up the IRON on the other end. Axew's final form. Go back and when you go down the steps. not to mention the line get Dragon Dance by level . Descend the steps. Examine one spot before the wall for a PP UP. push it as far right as you can. Follow this path and at the end you'll find a HARD STONE to pick up. Take the path up and you'll be right next to Cobalion! Damn early for a legend. going down the steps and going left to pick up a RARE CANDY. Ascend the steps and take the path right.. check the rock to the right here for an ULTRA BALL. to greatly increase your vision range. and go as far north as you are able. examine the rock to get an ULTRA BALL. so he'll be a very tough capture.and how one of them is in this very cave! Once he's finished his storytelling. if you think you're prepared.on the top left of the screen! Check the rock behind the Rare Candy too for a CARBOS. he'll let you pass. go to where the steps are and attempt to go up them. to evolve it into a Chandelure. Start by going down the steps to the left and picking up the REVIVE here. Go up and around the steps to pick up the HYPER POTION.

Both of them do wear off after a few turns. use Dig or an Escape Rope if possible. LEGENDARY POKEMON ~ VIRIZION Level: 42 Type: Grass / Fighting Ability: Justified Moves: Helping Hand / Retaliate / Giga Drain / Sacred Sword Base Stats: 91 HP / 90 Attack / 72 Defense / 90 Special Attack / 129 Special Defense / 108 Speed Virizion . inflict it with a status. The fourth is a Pokemon called Keldeo that you can only get through an event. use the most effective Poke Ball for the job not including the Master Ball. Ultra Balls should do the trick. Save and challenge it if you dare.) Quick Balls also have quadruple effectiveness in the first few turns. rather . which is actually quite likely. It also gets Giga Drain rather than Iron Head. although the third in number. which is a tiny bit weaker. you'll have to make your way out manually. First. If you can't be bothered. waiting for you. which gets a quadruple bonus at night or in dark places such as Mistralton Cave (by dark places. That's all for Mistralton Cave. so sleep is your best far as 1 HP if possible.or quartet. Thirdly. There are three things I recommend for the easiest capture of a legendary. Pinwheel Forest (2) Go back to the part with the long grass and take the steps up again. preferably paralyze. if your team allows it. Burn and Poison. 54 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . which we don't have yet. 100 accuracy Fighting-move (physical) that has the special ability to completely ignore stat changes. Sacred Sword can be a little dangerous. If you find yourself getting beat up. Second. In this case. though the only guaranteed way to do that is to use the False Swipe TM Prof. DO NOT USE ANY DARK-TYPE MOVES ON IT. you will only actually encounter three of them normally.they seem to have made it a bit easier in Black and White. and Timer Balls will too any time after 40 turns.gamefaqs. Be very careful if you use any! The old man will talk to you some more after you catch or kill it. who one of those two is preferred. you can either reset or just continue going. just paralyze it. Otherwise. any defense boosts your Pokemon may have will be completely negated. Keep going north and you'll find that the rocks blocking that other entrance have now disappeared! Enter it and you'll see the third of the trio. but I'm not 100% sure. just reset and try again rather than using up a ton of healing items.who is #146 in the Unova Dex and #640 in the National Dex . sleep or freeze so that it doesn't take residual damage. Now that we've done Cobalion. not caves that need Flash. it SHOULD regenerate after you see the credits. there's no guaranteed way to freeze a Pokemon. weaken it as much as possible .com/ds/995081-pokemon-white-version/faqs/6102. It's very similar to Cobalion statwise except that their defense and special defense has been flipped.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. For the record. that would probably be a Dusk Ball.. Birjion. Cobalion itself has some interesting moves and a type that it shares with only Lucario. Catching it shouldn't be too hard though . Juniper gave you earlier. Also.that you will encounter. which will make it hurt all the more. so be sure to keep a Pokemon on hand that can continuously afflict the status effect. Of course. it's a 90 base. Otherwise.. I mean places that have a dark background in the second of the musketeer trio that you can encounter. Iron Head also gives it a powerful STAB move that is capable of flinching should Kobarudon move before you. Cobalion's ability will activate and give it an attack boost. of the musketeer trio . if you accidentally kill it. By the way. we can go grab one of the other ones as well. Head back to Pinwheel Forest. Freeze and Sleep give the higher capture bonus compared to Paralyze.

take it back up and make your way out the cave. a Lv. Surf on it and across to the other side. if you kill it. since the third of the trio is in a place that is a fair distance away from where we are in the game currently. but it's exactly the same as the first floor. which can be painful paired with the Sacred Sword move. so there's little point. pick up the ESCAPE ROPE and descend the stairs to the right. Again. go back around and this time go up. Again. Reuniclus and the three elemental monkeys' evolved forms. just to play it safe. Afterwards. FOCUS BLAST! This is a 120 power. you should be careful not to use Dark moves. 35 Throh. though! Head over to Route 3. then deposit one or more of your Pokemon in the PC to make sure you have at least one free slot. continue up north and take the path left. You can Dig and Escape Rope. Now we have some new routes to travel. First. Route 1 (2) Trainer Pokemon: Swoobat L35. The second is a Battle Girl who uses a Lv. Get on the water and go to the left of the room to pick up an ELIXIR. Your itemfinder will react. although I'm not entirely sure if this area always counts as dark or not you may be better off using Ultra Balls. Once they're taken care of. You'll end up at that patch of land we couldn't get to by the Max Potion. and go into the Wellspring Cave. 34 Throh and a Lv. Go back and this time take the steps down and pick up the MYSTIC WATER. use it to locate a hidden MAX POTION in the larger clearing to the right. 34 Sawk. Check the indented wall here for a hidden MAX ELIXIR. Get back on the water and Surf right. then either Surf back or jump off the ledge and take the path in between the waters up. Make your way to Accumula Town. 70 accuracy Fighting move that compliments many Pokemon especially well. That's all that is accessible in this small area. which will boost Water moves by 20%.. so use Flash if you have it. Simisear L35 | Frillish L34. It also mostly has a unique type.gamefaqs. use Surf to take the water to the right. B1F: Now I would usually put a wild encounter list. WELLSPRING CAVE. either reset or come back after the credits roll to see it revived. right down to the levels. then continue on this path and pick up the DIVE BALL. there's a small alcove you can access from the water on the main island. Dusk Balls should work decently here too. The first is a Black Belt who uses a Lv. I have the same suggestions here too . although they seem to stop sometimes for some reason. That's all the legendaries we can catch for now. 35 Gurdurr and a Lv. Check the left small rock here for a HYPER POTION. 35 Gurdurr and a Lv. sharing it only with Breloom. but it's kind of hard to describe the exact location. 34 Scraggy.weaken it as far as possible. Go back and take the right path this time. On this path you'll find three trainers who will move across the screen. Go down the steps and take the path down and right.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. then Surf back left onto the long strip of land where the Elixir was. then go left and up the steps here. we can explore this place a little more thoroughly. who uses a Lv. though. Frillish L34 | Cinccino L35. That's all there is in Wellspring Cave. but go down as soon as you can. The third is also a Battle Girl. LOW SWEEP here. or take the water right below you around and end up right next to the staircase we took to get to the basement. Make sure you have Surf on you. pick up the TM47. Follow it around this time. inflict it with a non hurting status and throw good balls at it. Pick up the incredible as Virizion also has the Justified ability. ACCUMULA TOWN: Heal up if necessary. At the end of this path you can get a REVIVE near the center. Head back up and around this path to reach some water. Dark again. Wellspring Cave (2) Now that we have Surf. 35 Sawk.. Check the top left spot on it for a PP UP. Zebstrika L35 Pokemon Type Lillipup Normal Patrat Normal Audino Normal Farfetch'd Normal Herdier Normal Watchog Normal Location Grass Grass Shaking Grass Swarm Tall Grass Tall Grass Encounter Rate Evolution Method 50% Level 16 50% Level 20 100% N/A 40% N/A 39% Level 32 36% N/A 55 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . head down into Route 1. We can still do plenty more exploration.

although the Scraggy you can catch here are pretty close to their evolution level. If you go to about midway through the route.then head directly south. use the itemfinder to locate it.. go right and fight another ranger. whereas Frillish/Jellicent will do pretty decently. Go over to the shallow land to the right afterwards and pick up the DEEPSEATOOTH. You'll notice currents. males have a moustache like the Pringles mascot. with a whole new part of Route 1 that you haven't seen yet! From where you land. allowing for the much higher levels. Follow it and you'll come to some land. You will without a doubt run into a swimmer. Break her heart and continue on. Defeat her for a PERSIM BERRY reward. pick the bottom current and move forward onto the land. then go right and up the steps to fight a ranger. Basculin L34 | Alomomola L35 | Basculin L32 (x4) Pokemon Type Frillish Water/Ghost Surf Alomomola Water Dark Jellicent Water/Ghost Dark Finneon Water Fish Horsea Water Fish Seadra Water Dark Qwilfish Water/Poison Dark Lumineon Water Dark Kingdra Water/Dragon Dark Location Water ~ Water ~ Encounter Rate Evolution Method 100% Level 40 Surf 95% N/A Surf 5% N/A 65% Level 31 35% Level 32 Fish 60% Trade with Dragon Scale Fish 30% N/A Fish 5% N/A Fish 5% N/A Water Water Water Water ~ ~ ~ ~ Some pretty interesting Pokemon on this route altogether. an important item for any Clamperl. Go down here and Surf on the water. Hop onto the shallow water straight away and you'll find a fisherman on it. a great move for wearing down foes steadily. For the record. Once you get past the fence. This time. you'll see a part where the route dips down with steps. The only grass on this route is tall grass with double battles.gamefaqs. That finishes up Route 1 . but of course you need the rod to get a lot of them and we won't have it for a while. You'll find a fisherman by the edge. Return and fight the swimmer you just passed who is lying between some of the rocks. having a pretty decent type as far as defending goes. and we will have to manipulate these to get everything on this route. I will take the time to mention that Alomomola has little to no offense and probably won't serve you that well as a team member. TOXIC. whereas females look like fat bloated queens with we have the game's only sea routes to do! Head into the gate on the left and out the other side. Route 18 56 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM .which allow you to see the difference between the two genders of Frillish . Their Cursed Body ability can also work quite well to your advantage. Get on the water with Surf. You can also find a BIG MUSHROOM if you examine a particular tree. Scraggy Basculin Basculin Basculin Feebas Basculin Feebas Milotic Dark/Fighting Tall Water Surf Water Dark Water Fish Water Fish Water Dark Water Dark Water Dark Grass Water ~ Water ~ Water ~ Water ~ 25% 100% Surf 100% 95% 5% Fish 35% Fish 60% Fish 5% Level 39 N/A N/A N/A Trade with Prism Scale N/A Trade with Prism Scale N/A There's a whole part of Route 1 that I chose not to mention earlier. You'll bounce over a fair few rocks. Defeat his fine specimens of Water Pokemon . Get back on the water and begin following the route. taking the middle current. Beat his succulent Basculin then go across to the other shallow water and pick up the TM06. what is shown above is the entire encounter list of the route. Finally.. go down and pick up a PEARL. The choice is yours. He'll give you another PERSIM BERRY. Jellicent has a severe change of appearance depending on gender. then be freed.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Not much variety in the Pokemon go left and pass through the trees to find a MAX ETHER. Route 17 Trainer Pokemon: Basculin L34. Jump on the current surrounding the island and you'll end up back at the choice of three. then head over to the left.

you can receive an egg! This egg contains the very rare Larvesta. because there's something very special in here. At the very end you will find You'll reach a house..gamefaqs. head back up out of the grass and keep going north. P2 Laboratory Trainer Pokemon: Garbodor L35 Pokemon Herdier Watchog Scraggy Klink Type Location Normal Grass Normal Grass Dark/Fighting Grass Steel Grass Encounter Rate Evolution Method 36% Level 32 36% N/A 14% Level 39 14% Level 38 57 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . There's a MAX ELIXIR to pick up on the bottom right. It'll take you to an area called the P2 Laboratory. Go back left and this time head up. Exit the house and fight the backpacker. You'll be by the sea again.. You'll have to be very patient to use this Pokemon and it probably won't evolve until some time AFTER the league. Second. sticking the Eviolite on it to raise its defenses may not be a bad idea. Darmanitan L36. then continue following the path. Tall Grass 20% N/A Sawk Fighting Grass. Head back across the bridge and take the steps on the left down. which will allow us to do a little more exploration. you can talk to the blue haired girl to heal. as there is like one place that has a Waterfall that we can access at present. Follow through here and fight the backpacker and his Whimsicott. Tall Grass 40% Level 39 Dwebble Bug/Rock Grass 30% Level 34 Crustle Bug/Rock Tall Grass 30% N/A Watchog Normal Grass. Trainer Pokemon: Boldore L34. then pick up the DRAGON SCALE in the top left.. but it can really pay off I suppose. which raises special attack.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Start by ascending all the steps to the upper part of the island. important for any Horsea or Seadra. Once he's defeated.000 steps to do so. press on and descend the staircase. Tall Grass (Black) 10% N/A Throh Fighting Grass. You'll have to hatch it first. but it doesn't really do all that good. First. Crustle L34 | Emolga L35 | Whimsicott L35 | Basculin L35. using the bottom current. Fight the Hiker up here. Larvesta eventually evolves into an incredible Pokemon called Volcarona. It takes just over 10. Larvesta can sort of hold its own with its 80 base attack. special defense and speed in the same turn! The catch? Larvesta doesn't evolve until a staggering Level 59. Anyway. Go up the stairs and you'll fight another trainer. Go inside. then go down across the bridge and push the boulder into place. then go down and right and push the boulder into place. too. a Fire/Bug Pokemon that cannot be found anywhere in the wild. if you talk to the ranger in here and have five or less Pokemon in your party. the highest one stage evolution in the entire game. Simisage L35 | Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Scraggy Dark/Fighting Grass. Though I literally mean little. who shares the Fire/Bug typing and has stats of 135 special attack. then down the grass on the left. not to mention access to the amazing Quiver Dance. WATERFALL. who can actually be a bit tough. use Surf to get back on the water and go right. 100 speed and 105 special defense. You can also find a CALCIUM on the rock just below it.. but you can cut that in half by having a Litwick with Flame Body in your party. Tall Grass (White) 10% N/A Audino Normal Shaking Grass 95% N/A Sawk Fighting Shaking Grass (White) 5% N/A Throh Fighting Shaking Grass (Black) 5% N/A Exeggcute Grass/Psychic Swarm 40% N/A Frillish Water/Ghost Surf 100% Level 40 Alomomola Water Dark Water ~ Surf 95% N/A Jellicent Water/Ghost Dark Water ~ Surf 5% N/A Finneon Water Fish 64% Level 31 Horsea Water Fish 35% Level 32 Chinchou Water Fish 1% Level 27 Seadra Water Dark Water ~ Fish 60% Trade with Dragon Scale Qwilfish Water/Poison Dark Water ~ Fish 30% N/A Lumineon Water Dark Water ~ Fish 5% N/A Kingdra Water/Dragon Dark Water ~ Fish 5% N/A That's a pretty big wild list.

it's separate to the rest. Surf down and left AVOIDING THE CURRENTS. 35. then continue left. but otherwise nothing is new. pick up the very valuable TM24.gamefaqs.. examine the rock that is right in between two large rock slabs to find a hidden HEART SCALE. Head for the Lostlorn Forest. You'll find the tall grass containg the Pokemon shown in the wild list before. Pearls and Big Pearls for the moment. Gothorita L35. but damn that was a lot of stuff. You'll come across a swimmer. Gurdurr L33 | Vanillish L35. Annoyingly she'll only buy one item at a time though. LOSTLORN FOREST: Surf on the water and use Waterfall to take yourself up. Boldore L33. if you move to the upper part of the rock slab so you can face the upper wall and move one space right from the last accessible spot and face down. If you enter the lab you can find a DUBIOUS DISC. That's all we have to do in this part of Unova. with 95 power and 100 accuracy. Pick up the RARE CANDY on the right side. as we'll get some good selling prices for them soon enough. Palpitoad L35. then head up. Boldore L33. then left. Boldore L33 | Excadrill L35 | Duosion L34. Those of you using Pokemon such as Gothitelle or Eelektross will find this TM useful.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Go further left and fight another swimmer with a Ducklett Lv. or you'll be sent back pretty far. THUNDERBOLT! Thunderbolt is arguably the best standard Electric move in the game. ROUTE 17: Your itemfinder should react. :/ Once you're ready to continue. the BalmMushroom you picked up in Striaton City will sell for an incredible amount when taken to that chef. 34 and Frillish Lv. return to where the swimmer was and go down. right of Nimbasa City.. TELEKINESIS by here. To the very top right there is a PROTEIN hidden in a white flower. you can examine the wall for another HEART SCALE. which you will need to evolve a Porygon2. Now. A great many Pokemon can learn it. but it's good for Electric Pokemon in particular. That's all for the Surf coverage. There's nothing else here. Outside. Boldore L34 | Sawk L36 | Gurdurr L34. In particular. check the right side of the big grey rock just above you for a third HEART SCALE. 35 and Gurdurr I'd recommend taking all of the mushrooms to the chef on Route 5 to sell them for extra money than you would get normally. Klang L35 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Boldore Rock Cave Floor 49% Trade Gurdurr Fighting Cave Floor 30% Trade Woobat Psychic/Flying Cave Floor 10% Trade Cubchoo Ice Cave Floor 10% Level 37 Cryogonal Ice Cave Floor 1% N/A Drilbur Ground Dust Clouds 100% Level 31 58 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . defeat her Scraggy Lv. even if you have multiples of the same one. Go up the stairs and enter the cave. so you'll have to Surf between them. 34. then Surf across to the other side and bust out the itemfinder. There's a hidden PEARL to find with your itemfinder very close to the edge of the coast. Continue going left. Duosion L35 | Throh L36 | Boldore L34. as well as 15 PP. Twist Mountain Trainer Pokemon: Woobat L33. Your itemfinder will go off again. There's a battle girl running around just to the left. Musharna L34 | Woobat L34. It even has pigtails! Once you win. head back to Twist Mountain where we fought Cheren. We've got one more place to cover. Afterwards. Keep ahold of all of the gems like Nuggets. which includes Dwebble's evolution's Crustle. Afterwards. Excadrill L34 | Swoobat L35 | Boldore L33. as well as a BIG PEARL very close by. your itemfinder will react. Defeat his Lv. Again. pass under the current here. Boldore L34 | Krokorok L35. Get back on the water and slip under the current in front of you. Pick up the TM19. ROUTE 18: Land on the beach here. There's also a fourth HEART SCALE just lying there if you go to the bottom right of this part of the island. Finneon Water Horsea Water Seadra Water Qwilfish Water/Poison Lumineon Water Kingdra Water/Dragon Fish Fish Dark Dark Dark Dark Water Water Water Water ~ ~ ~ ~ 65% 35% Fish 60% Fish 30% Fish 5% Fish 5% Level 31 Level 32 Trade with Dragon Scale N/A N/A N/A Strangely enough Klink makes an appearance here. 34 Frillish and Lv. 34 Simipour. if you go south you will find a scientist to fight who has the rather abhorrent looking evolution of Trubbish. You must be very careful not to touch the currents here.

Enter the cave by here. It's definitely usable though its special movepool is a bit to be desired. A little above him you can find a hidden HYPER POTION in the center part of the wall. Follow the path and you'll find another crazily turning Battle Girl. I'll devote a section to this at the end. You can find a NUGGET by going up the right path where it splits. Take the upper path to get an item (might be a Calcium?) then go down and take the path the whole way to find a FULL HEAL. meaning you can get down to the bottom right away! You can see how winter affects these areas already! I'm going to write the guide as though it's one of the other three seasons. again. Going forward you'll find Cheren and strangely enough. leaving you and Cheren to deal with the Plasma threat. The rock closest to the right wall holds a hidden STARDUST. Swat her Throh down then head up and out of this part of the cave. so I'll have to split things up a bit when we get to that point. you'll find a Hiker to fight. Re-enter the cave afterwards and this time take the path to the right. you'll notice hail falling if you're in winter. Follow his lead and head that Go back and head down the steps and through the door here. Enter the cave by here and take it around. If you go in a straight line left and check the spot one before the wall. filling up the entire mountain.gamefaqs. It has an incredible special defense and pretty good special attack and speed. which is a strange Pokemon altogether.. there's a hidden ELIXIR. I suppose it's obvious. there are outside areas to this place . Otherwise.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Outside. This part of Unova has a lot of variation in the Wild Pokemon depending on the season. but worth stating just in case. It's based on a snowflake. You'll find another entrance into the cave. Clay. Cheren goes to the right. You'll come to a break in the path after him. beat his two Pokemon and then take the wooden path north.. go up and out the cave to fight an Ace Trainer by here who owns Vanillite's evolution. there are some parts that are ONLY accessible in winter. continue left and out of this part of the cave. A new Pokemon here is Cryogonal. though also has some resemblances to a mirror. For the record. and even some changes in the layout of the areas. Unfortunately you cannot go the normal way to the exit room in winter either. but has somewhat low HP and abysmal defense. which will probably be more useful after the League since Munna is the only Unova Pokemon that uses it. as well as a hidden REVIVE by checking the rock directly behind it. then check the third one to find a disguised trainer. A bit further right is a neatly tucked MOON STONE. Head to the top left of the room and a disguised worker will attack. but winter players should be able to follow the guide regardless. then take the path the whole way around and get an ETHER. Hail will show up in winter battles. There's also snow everywhere. Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Boldore Rock Cave Floor 45% Trade Gurdurr Fighting Cave Floor 30% Trade Woobat Psychic/Flying Cave Floor 20% Trade Cubchoo Ice Cave Floor 4% Level 37 Cryogonal Ice Cave Floor 1% N/A Drilbur Ground Dust Clouds 100% Level 31 This list applies for all floors in Twist Mountain in Summer. Just keep it the hell away from physical attacks.which has also been translated as Ridge . Check the second reddish rock you come across for a STARDUST. Directly below you is a worker. who will be incredibly abusive with Sturdy. However. This list applies for all floors in Twist Mountain in Spring and Autumn. 59 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM .and the Wild Pokemon shown above are only in the inside areas. Continue down and you'll find another worker amongst the numerous reddish rocks here. Some discussion will go on and then Clay will go. After defeating him. pick up the PP UP and then head right and out of the cave. Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Cubchoo Ice Cave Floor 45% Level 37 Boldore Rock Cave Floor 30% Trade Gurdurr Fighting Cave Floor 10% Trade Woobat Psychic/Flying Cave Floor 10% Trade Cryogonal Ice Cave Floor 5% N/A Drilbur Ground Dust Cloud 100% Level 31 This list applies for all floors in Twist Mountain in Winter. Take the path up first and grab the MAX POTION.

The third reddish rock has a hidden PROTEIN on it. Take the door that is sort of in front of you. Follow this path around and down and you'll find an Ace Trainer to fight. Enter the room just below it to find a METAL COAT. Now.gamefaqs. You'll find Cheren and a Plasma grunt just above (the route going up has nothing at all). which will be pretty useful if you happen to be using Vanillite or its evolutions. Cheren will stay where he is. as you might have guessed. Following the path on. take the upper route and you'll end up in the final room of this place. instead disappearing amidst a fading black screen. head to the upper wall and as high up as you can. FOR SPRING. There's also a TM91. Keep following this path and you'll end up in a room with a large icy rock. take the steps down and fight the Black Belt. Ignore the door by here for the moment. which both boosts the power of Steel-type moves and will allow the evolution of Scyther and Onix when traded with the item equipped. but the left path goes nowhere. Take the path around as usual and you'll see Cheren and a Plasma grunt. he'll give you a non-Unova fossil once a day. Once you're back outside.. but we have business to do. The door just below you exits back out to the outside.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. located in pretty much the very dipped exact centre. Approach them and some dialogue will occur. The itemfinder will react again. There's a Hiker to fight. 60 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . FOR WINTER PLAYERS ONLY Due to the snow filling up the quarry. enter the door to the top right. FLASH CANNON to pick up in the top right of the room. Go outside now through the door on the bottom wall and you'll be at the bottom of the quarry. Go right and out into Icirrus City. defeat him and he'll heal you as per usual. with another Plasma grunt appearing in the middle. More communication will occur. Inside this small tunnel you'll see a worker . FLASH CANNON. Go up and into the next room. use it to guide you to a hidden RARE CANDY. take the path straight up. Now go right and jump over the ledge. where we found the first hidden Stardust and the Iron. if you follow the path around to the top right you can get TM91.. It'll guide you to the upper wall of the quarry. Take care of his rather interesting lineup. you'll get to a somewhat different looking room with a giant icy looking rock. and bringing an Eevee to this room and levelling it up will cause it to evolve into a Glaceon. Exit and go to the bottommost room. though. but we won't. Follow this path around into another room. This time. This is the ice rock of Unova. basically the one on the lower wall. which can be revived at the Nacrene Museum. and use the snow to get around to about the bottom right of the outside area. SUBSTITUTE here. take the right one. This is. but come back after getting the National Dex and he'll give you a non-Unova fossil a day. They won't fight you this Head right out the cave into Icirrus City. You'll come to a split. Simply level an Eevee up in this room and it'll evolve into Glaceon automatically. where you'll be able to find a hidden STARDUST in the wall. then take the steps left and pick up the TM90. There's also a useful item in this room to get. That's the only thing in here. Rather. but we don't want to go that way. the path drastically changes. Exit both this room and the corridor to get outside. then the Plasma grunts will vanish. so don't fret if there's some Pokemon you don't see. then head into the door to the top right. then return and go down. There's also a worker disguised as a rock just below. Right below you is a doctor. then go up the left steps and collect the ULTRA BALL. SUMMER AND AUTUMN PLAYERS ONLY Follow the path from the doctor and enter the first door you come to. Inside.he does nothing yet. the second one leads absolutely nowhere. Cheren will stay where he is. whose radiation will cause Eevee to evolve into Glaceon. which can be useful for a fair few Pokemon such as the Vanillite line. Take out the itemfinder and use it. Inside you'll find a worker facing the wall. There's also a hidden IRON on the wooden path to the right. which can then be revived in the Nacrene Museum. The Trainer Pokemon up there will contain those from both winter and the other three seasons. this is where the path changes. the ice rock. if you come back here once you get the National Dex.

As soon as you get into Icirrus City. It's one of those Pokemon that has a cool and unique typing. The gentleman on the right is avid about stones and stonelike objects.000 Big Nugget $25. the puddles also completely freeze over. Mainly. Icirrus City and a few more areas are also affected by the season. I'd start by heading into the Pokemon Center. on the other hand.000 Icy Rock* $1.400 Round Pearl $60. As well as healing your Pokemon.000 Fire Stone* $2.000 Moon Stone* $2. Yes..000 Damp Rock* $1.000 Thunderstone* $2.. allowing you to get more items. He offers the following: Item Name Selling Price Big Pearl $7. Juniper's father will appear and comment on your lead Pokemon.. he'll buy certain items off you for high prices just like the chef in Route 5. there's some other things to do in here. Icirrus City has a giant puddle that has Wild Pokemon in it. two of which will be new to you.000 Don't sell the starred items.. BRICK BREAK. Icirrus City Pokemon Type Location Palpitoad Water/Ground Puddle Shelmet Bug Puddle Stunfisk Ground/Electric Puddle Stunfisk Ground/Electric Surf Stunfisk Ground/Electric Dark Water ~ Seismitoad Water/Ground Dark Water ~ Barboach Water/Ground Fish Stunfisk Electric/Ground Fish Barboach Water/Ground Dark Water ~ Stunfisk Electric/Ground Dark Water ~ Whiscash Water/Ground Dark Water ~ Encounter Rate Evolution Method 40% Level 36 40% Trade with Karrablast 20% N/A 100% N/A Surf 95% N/A Surf 5% N/A 70% Level 30 30% N/A Fish 60% Level 30 Fish 30% N/A Fish 10% N/A Pokemon found in puddles can only be found in spring.000 Nugget $10.500 Comet Piece $25. Just don't expect it to do a whole lot.000 Dusk Stone* $2. you're reading that location list right.000 Shoal Shell $7. though Stunfisk is still readily available through other methods. It has an alright Special Attack stat. However.000 Star Piece $9.000 Pearl $1. we'll see more of him later. summer and autumn. Accelgor. Finally that season trap is over. Talk to the old lady on the left to get TM31.gamefaqs. I dare not speak of it. He'll say some stuff then head north.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. but its Shiny Stone* $2. but nowhere near as drastically.000 Water Stone* $2.. an averagely powered but very competent Fighting-type move. 61 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM .800 Stardust $2. stopping you from getting Palpitoad or Shelmet. Strange. Plus it looks so. You'll regret it.000 Smooth Rock* $1. Stunfisk. Shelmet is a pain to evolve.000 Dawn Stone* $2. but just plain sucks. you know..000 Heat Rock* $1. Prof. is one of the fastest Pokemon in the game at 145 base speed. and has a capable 100 special attack supporting it as well. Icirrus City does change a bit depending on the season. if it's Winter snow piles up in certain places on the map. so it is usable.000 Purnice Stone* $1.

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I'd recommend selling any Nuggets you've picked up over the journey to him. I have to wonder where the hell this guy gets all the money though. In addition to that you can also by TM38, Fire Blast, TM14, Blizzard and TM25, Thunder, all three of which can be very useful for varying your Pokemon's movepools. Thunder in particular is useful for Pokemon such as Galvantula or Reuniclus. They are a staggering $70,000 each though. Outside the city, there's a few things for us to get too. If you go to the house on the top left a bit below the gym, there's two people in here. The old man will relinquish an EXP. SHARE if you show him a Pokemon that has grown a fair few levels (I dunno the exact amount, but my Emboar who had grown from 5 to 44 did the trick. Maybe about ~30?) The girl in here will check if any of your Pokemon have maxed out their effort values, and will tell you if they have. I don't think there's any effort ribbon in this one though, since Pokemon don't have any ribbons in B/W as far as I can see. From the Pokemon Center you can go very far to the right; doing so will get you onto a seemingly empty platform, but there are actually two hidden items on here. There's an ULTRA BALL and a TIMER BALL to pick up. You can also enter the top right house on the left hand side of the city and the family inside will freak out or something. I don't have a clue what it's about but you can get a healing item of some sort out of it, I suppose..? Now, due to the freezing of the lake and the piling snow, the items you can get vary between the seasons and you'll have to be in both Winter and one of the other seasons to get all of the items. Winter players will be able to go a bit northwest of the Pokemon Center and into the part underneath the house where the EXP Share was. Snow has piled up here, allowing you to cross and get a RARE CANDY. There's also a hidden MAX POTION in the furthest end of the dip here. The bottom end of the city is also normally impenetrable, but in Winter snow will allow you to cross. You can find a hidden TINYMUSHROOM in the trees here (to clarify, the bottom right parts of the city, below the now frozen puddles). There's another TINYMUSHROOM' a little to the right, as well as a BIG MUSHROOM hidden very close by in the snow. Enter the house here and talk to the girl in the top left to get a RAGECANDYBAR'', which will heal your Pokemon's HP by 20. It's more of a reference than anything, though it does have a use much later on, so I would recommend saving and not using it. The other seasons have the addition of one MAX REVIVE that is hidden in the puddle that is impossible to get during winter as you slide right over it.

Route 8
Trainer Pokemon: Cubchoo L34, Maractus L34, Palpitoad L34 | Frillish L34, Ducklett L34 | Basculin L34, Basculin L34 | Alomomola L35 | Cinccino L36 Pokemon Type Location Palpitoad Water/Ground Puddle Shelmet Bug Puddle Stunfisk Ground/Electric Puddle Stunfisk Ground/Electric Surf Stunfisk Ground/Electric Dark Water ~ Seismitoad Water/Ground Dark Water ~ Barboach Water/Ground Fish Stunfisk Electric/Ground Fish Barboach Water/Ground Dark Water ~ Stunfisk Electric/Ground Dark Water ~ Whiscash Water/Ground Dark Water ~ Encounter Rate Evolution Method 40% Level 36 40% Trade with Karrablast 20% N/A 100% N/A Surf 95% N/A Surf 5% N/A 70% Level 30 30% N/A Fish 60% Level 30 Fish 30% N/A Fish 10% N/A

Pokemon found in puddles can only be found in spring, summer and autumn. The wild list is exactly the same, but there are a few items we can pick up. There's a hidden item nearly straight away; if you go into the square gap between the puddles to the top left, there's a MAX ELIXIR to collect in one of the non decorated tiles (note that you cannot get this item in Winter as you are unable to get to it due to slippery frozen puddles). Make your way to the top left now; there's a trainer to fight and a PECHA BERRY to receive, as well as a POISON BARB in the top left. To the right of that ranger is a puddle, and you can work your way to an item ball in the top right, containing TM36, SLUDGE BOMB. Good power and accuracy (90/100) but poison

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generally sucks as an attacking type, having only one type it's super effective against, mainly grass. Use it if you want, but it's not the best thing in the world. Either surf down the water or go around to the under part of this puddle, then go right and fight the parasol lady here, then take the bottom route. Talk to the parasol lady here to get TM42, FAÇADE, a Normal move that doubles in power whenever the user is afflicted with a status. You can fight the fisherman and the parasol lady by here. There's another parasol lady behind the sign here who will give you one of a HEAT ROCK, DAMP ROCK, SMOOTH ROCK or ICY ROCK. Which one she gives you on that particular day depends on the time you talk to her, which is as follows: Rock Time Damp Rock 05:00 - 09:59 Heat Rock 10:00 - 16:59 Smooth Rock 17:00 - 19:59 Icy Rock 20:00 - 04:59 You'll see some plasma grunts blocking a building; this is the entrance to the way to Opelucid City, the town of the eighth gym, but we can't go there yet. Go back across the puddle to the path split and this take we'll take the upper path. Pick up the FULL HEAL hiding slightly behind the trees then move towards the top right. There's a female ranger to fight, whose defeat will earn you a second PECHA BERRY. You can also get a hidden FULL RESTORE in that tiny non-puddle alcove to the top left of the ranger; check the top left spot for it. Over to the far right you can get an ULTRA BALL, as well. Enter the deeper forest by here.

Moor of Icirrus
Trainer Pokemon: Frillish L34, Frillish L34 | Vanillish L35, Fraxure L35 | Basculin L34, Stunfisk L34 | Emolga L34, Alomomola L34, Maractus L34 Pokemon Type Location Palpitoad Water/Ground Puddle Shelmet Bug Puddle Stunfisk Ground/Electric Puddle Stunfisk Ground/Electric Surf Stunfisk Ground/Electric Dark Water ~ Seismitoad Water/Ground Dark Water ~ Barboach Water/Ground Fish Stunfisk Electric/Ground Fish Barboach Water/Ground Dark Water ~ Stunfisk Electric/Ground Dark Water ~ Whiscash Water/Ground Dark Water ~ Encounter Rate Evolution Method 40% Level 36 40% Trade with Karrablast 20% N/A 100% N/A Surf 95% N/A Surf 5% N/A 70% Level 30 30% N/A Fish 60% Level 30 Fish 30% N/A Fish 10% N/A

Pokemon found in puddles can only be found in spring, summer and autumn. Once again, exactly the same Wild Pokemon. Now, if you have your itemfinder out, you'll see it goes all over the place when you move about. We'll go left first; if you go somewhere near the top left you'll see a Strength boulder. Push it into place and then go down the left side of the puddle; there is an ULTRA BALL to pick up, and you can head south from there and pick up a CARBOS between the wooden stumps. There's a hidden MAX ETHER in this puddle that you probably won't be able to get if it's Winter; it's about two blocks diagonally right of the top right most stump. Fight the lady afterwards, then return to where the strength boulder was (the hilly part.) From here, head north. Cross over the puddle and keep going north; a darker piece of grass in a corner against the wall holds a hidden REVIVE (and my explanation is terrible; use the itemfinder!) Head right across the puddle to the right now and pick up the MAX POTION. Now, go to the puddle underneath and take it across to reach another area of the forest. Take the path down first and use the itemfinder to locate a BIG MUSHROOM in the centre tile right next to the ledge, then go back and fight the ranger, who happens to have the evolution of Axew in his team. Defeating him will earn you a SITRUS BERRY. Afterwards you can head to the top right to get a MAX ELIXIR. Now, return to the entrance of this place. This time, head right. To the bottom right is a fisherman. Sacrifice his two Pokemon to the

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great goddess of experience, then head up. You should see a patch of grassland between a row of trees; pick up the MAX REVIVE in here, then exit this grassland and go up the left side. The patch of grassland on this side has a NUGGET hidden in the bottom right tile. Move over to the far right wall now and fight the ranger, who will give you a SITRUS BERRY for winning. That's all, but quite a lot of items for a small area like this. Head back to Icirrus City. ICIRRUS CITY: Heal up, because it's gym time! The gym is in the top left of the city.

Icirrus Gym
Trainer Pokemon: Cubchoo L35, Cubchoo L35, Cryogonal L35 | Cryogonal L37 | Cubchoo L37 | Cubchoo L36, Vanillish L36 | Vanillish L36, Vanillish L36 | Vanillish L36, Cubchoo L36 We have us an Ice-type gym this time around, with quite an interesting puzzle compared to previous Ice gyms. As usual it is a sliding puzzle but there is actually not all that much emphasis on the sliding, as we'll see shortly. You can get a FRESH WATER of the guy as usual. Slide right up and you'll hit the curved barrier; these barriers will actually cause you to spin in a wide arc and hit places that you normally wouldn't be able to slide to. Convenient, eh? From here, slide right to a platform. Fight the trainer by here and then hit the orange switch. The switches in this gym will change the direction of the barriers, and you're basically told where to go by the ice tiles that have an arrow of sorts coming from them. So, head straight ahead from the switch to hit the barrier and be sent to the top right. One Battle Girl later, go right and slide on the ice to do a massive jump to the next platform! Fight the guy here and then slide right (any tile from the right hand side will do), up, right and up. Fight miss battle girl here, then (how many times have I said then in this guide!?) slide down (from where you are now) and slide right to reach a platform. Move around to the other side and slide to hit the barrier and get spun, then slide up to connect with the switch and rotate the barrier. From the switch, slide up, left and slide down from the pointed tile. You'll connect with the barrier and be sent to the top left. Ascend the stairs and slide on the ice to reach the final section. Beat the girl here, then slide left from the left hand side. You'll get onto a pointed tile; slide up to get spun around, then go right, up and right to hit the barrier again and get sent in a different direction. Slide up, and take this enclosed path up and slide to another platform. Fight the guy here, then hit the switch to change the barrier. Slide up onto the pointed tile and then down. From where you end up, slide left, down and left and it'll take you to the tile at the top. Slide up onto the walkable platform and go up the stairs to find the leader!

GYM LEADER BRYCEN Rewards: $4680, TM79 Frost Breath, Freeze Badge My Team: Emboar Lv. 46, Musharna Lv. 46, Excadrill Lv. 44, Lilligant Lv. 46, Carracosta Lv. 44 Pokemon Level Type Ability Attacks Vanillish Lv. 37 Ice Ice Body Frost Breath, Acid Armor, Astonish, Mirror Shot Cryogonal Lv. 37 Ice Levitate Aurora Beam, Reflect, Frost Breath, Rapid Spin Beartic Lv. 39 Ice Snow Cloak Swagger, Icicle Crash, Slash, Brine Yeah, I'm pretty overlevelled. Don't worry if your team is nowhere near mine in levels, you don't even need to be that high. Anyway, Brycen is an Ice-type specialist who has the three non-legendary Ice lines of Unova, all of which happen to be pure Ice. Not a whole lot of variety here, huh? Brycen's signature move is a technique called Frost Breath. It is an Ice-type special move with 40 power and 100 accuracy. Sound weak? Of course it does, but this move is special in that every time it hits it is a critical hit. Frost Breath shares this effect with the Fighting-type Storm Throw, which you may know of if you've been raising a Throh (it's the only one that learns that move). Now, this could be a problem, but it's still only 80 base with the critical (120 with STAB.) That should hurt, but Brycen's Pokemon are so weak that it really won't do a lot. Cryogonal might be able to do some damage with it, but it's not likely to be much of a problem otherwise.

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. Descend the stairs and go to the left. though.. FROST BREATH. There's a fair bit of seasonal change here. They'll talk to you for a minute.. One is Mienfoo. at Level 50. then Brycen will also come out. ICIRRUS CITY: When you get outside the it is quite likely he'll bring out Cryogonal last. The other two really aren't a problem. Summer or Autumn. Summer and Autumn. I would say be on your guard. Beartic is slow and while it has the 85 power. Rock Slide or Flash Cannon will make quick work of this team. Focus Blast. Moves such as Fire Blast. Brycen and Cheren run off to Dragonspiral Tower in the north of Icirrus City. too. Rock. For the record. He has a decently large movepool. There's two new Pokemon here. If you need a Fighting-type. He unfortunately learns no Dragon-type moves that have a bonus effect. which restores 1/3 of the Pokemon's HP whenever it switches out. Druddigon is another Dragon Pokemon who is a little on the average side. go for it.gamefaqs. but there isn't really anything to guard against. The only thing I will suggest is that you should try to hit Cryogonal with physical moves if possible. Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Vanillite Ice Grass 30% Level 35 Deerling Normal/Grass Grass 30% Level 34 Mienfoo Fighting Grass. Fighting and Steel moves. it probably isn't going to be anything to worry about unless its Swagger takes you for an unlucky ride. but the upper tall grass is completely out of bounds. we'll be following them shortly. but pretty powerful at 120 attack base.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www.a move that they learn by level-up . Tall Grass 30% Level 50 Cubchoo Ice Grass 10% N/A Vanillish Ice Tall Grass 30% Level 47 Sawsbuck Normal/Grass Tall Grass 30% N/A Beartic Ice Tall Grass 10% N/A Audino Normal Shaking Grass 90% N/A Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass 10% N/A This list applies to the entrance of Dragonspiral Tower in Winter. so if you have any Pokemon with those type of moves you could get a fair bit of EXP in this battle. Ice-types have a weakness to Fire. The Shadow Triad suddenly appear. If you head forward. Combine that with U-Turn . Heal up from the gym if necessary. he's slow. since it'll collapse easily to those but will withstand special attacks a fair bit. you'll find a slide that'll take you right back to the beginning. It's unfortunately a pretty late evolution. Dragonspiral Tower Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Tranquill Normal/Flying Grass 30% Level 32 Deerling Normal/Grass Grass 30% Level 34 Mienfoo Fighting Grass 30% Level 50 Druddigon Dragon Grass 10% N/A Audino Normal Shaking Grass 85% N/A Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass 10% N/A Unfezant Normal/Flying Shaking Grass 5% N/A This list applies to the entrance of Dragonspiral Tower in Spring. Sheer Force in particular will really pick up the power with moves such as Rock Slide. Defeating Brycen will get you the Freeze Badge and TM79. As far as things go they are one of the worst defensive types in the game.and you've got one hell of a combo. If you're playing in Spring. as well as access to the excellent Rough Skin and Sheer Force abilities. 90 accuracy Icicle Crash. It's worth noting that Mienfoo and Mienshao are two out of the three Pokemon who can normally get the Regenerator ability (Audino being the other). You can access the lower grass. you'll find Bianca and Cheren. despite Beartic being his main. then go up north. then vanish.... Exit the gym. there's not a whole lot here. a competent Fighting type who evolves into the excellent Mienshao. but it's worth it. 65 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM .

Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Vanillite Ice Grass 30% Level 35 Deerling Normal/Grass Grass 30% Level 34 Mienfoo Fighting Grass. If you happened to come up here before we got the Freeze Badge. That's all. You can actually catch Wild Dragonite here. Dark Water ~ Surf 100% N/A Dratini Dragon Fish 65% Level 30 Basculin Water Fish 30% N/A Dragonair' Dragon Fish 5% Level 55 Dratini Dragon Dark Water ~ Fish 60% Level 30 Basculin Water Dark Water ~ Fish 30% N/A Dragonair Dragon Dark Water ~ Fish 9% Level 55 Dragonite Dragon/Flying Dark Water ~ Fish 1% N/A This list applies to the entrance of Dragonspiral Tower in Winter. Juniper's father. First. Darmanitan L35 Yes. DRAGONSPIRAL TOWER ~ OUTSIDE Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Tranquill Normal/Flying Grass. so head inside the deeper part. if you're playing in Winter there will be a pile of snow in Icirrus City that'll let you access the upper part of this small area. you would have seen the tower shut and nothing accessible but a small patch of water. it's the same. Summer and Autumn. Otherwise. Tall Grass 30% Level 32 Deerling Normal/Grass Grass 30% Level 34 Sawsbuck Normal/Grass Tall Grass 30% N/A Mienfoo Fighting Grass. On the other hand. Tall Grass 30% Level 50 Druddigon Dragon Grass. Tall Grass 10% N/A Audino Normal Shaking Grass 85% N/A Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass 10% N/A Unfezant Normal/Flying Shaking Grass 5% N/A Basculin Water Surf. Approach him and Bianca will also appear. you'll see There's also an island on the right with two trainers you can fight and a TM63. get onto the bridge and Surf off to the right. although they are incredibly rare.. If you use the itemfinder. you're reading that right. Galvantula L36 | Cubchoo L35. with Plasma's intervention that has all changed. Hahakurimo L35. Come back here once you get the Super Rod if you dare have a go. you can guide yourself to one of the tower walls which can be checked for a hidden HEART SCALE. so head deeper inside. However. Trainer Pokemon: Vanillish L36. plenty of dialogue later you'll receive an OLD GATEAU. an item that works exactly like a Full Heal. Dark Water ~ Surf 100% N/A Dratini Dragon Fish 65% Level 30 Basculin Water Fish 30% N/A Dragonair' Dragon Fish 5% Level 55 Dratini Dragon Dark Water ~ Fish 60% Level 30 Basculin Water Dark Water ~ Fish 30% N/A Dragonair Dragon Dark Water ~ Fish 9% Level 55 Dragonite Dragon/Flying Dark Water ~ Fish 1% N/A This list applies to the entrance of Dragonspiral Tower in Spring. you'll be able to both have a go in the tall grass and grab the NUGGET waiting up here. where the pillars have been knocked down to give you access. 66 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Tall Grass 30% Level 50 Cubchoo Ice Grass 10% N/A Vanillish Ice Tall Grass 30% Level 47 Sawsbuck Normal/Grass Tall Grass 30% N/A Beartic Ice Tall Grass 10% N/A Audino Normal Shaking Grass 90% N/A Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass 10% N/A Basculin Water Surf.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www..gamefaqs. EMBARGO to pick up.

then grab the STARDUST lying here. The evolution level is good. then continue right. 34 Krokorok. go up the platform and pick up the STAR PIECE. Finally. take the bottom row again. take the platform down then go all the way right to pick up a REVIVE. but it's up to us to get rid of the others. Cheren will call to you from up the stairs. Go back and take the platform up back to the ring we were on before. and the final one has Lv. then ascend both sets of stairs to get to the next floor. DRAGONSPIRAL TOWER ~ 1F Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Golett Ground/Ghost Building Floor 50% Level 43 Druddigon Dragon Building Floor 30% N/A Mienfoo Fighting Building Floor 20% Level 50 This first. 32 Watchog. 34 Watchog. Oh dear. ascend the stairs and fight the third grunt.gamefaqs. allowing you to pass. see the pillar to the right here. but when you get near the stairs ignore it and continue going up. Take the first one down. Time is of the essence! Take this path around. Demolish his Lv.Golurk . On the other end. then this time when you get near the steps break away and go up them. then go right. or move the Strength boulder into place and go up the stairs. 32 Scraggy and a Lv. Take this one down too. then go further down and fight the second grunt.that specializes in attack. Take the hop on this platform down.a unique typing . 32 Krokorok. Defeat his Lv. DRAGONSPIRAL TOWER ~ 4F: Plasma grunts everywhere! Cheren and Brycen will keep some of them busy. picking up the MAX ELIXIR that's on the upper part. descend the steps to the right for a DRAGON FANG. 33 Liepard. 34 Watchog. all aimed at you. The third has a Lv. with some decent defenses and average speed. 34 Scraggy. 33 Watchog and a Lv. then continue on.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. jumping over the ledge and taking the platform down to an outer ring. despite having no wings or any apparent flight method to speak of! Secret superhero. The second has a Lv. DRAGONSPIRAL TOWER ~ 3F: No more Wild Pokemon now. It's a Ground/Ghost . who will send a Lv. The Plasma grunts will swarm you and you'll have to take all four of them down one after another. Cross this one. the next one down. then jump over the ledge and get to the next platform. assuming you fought every trainer there. Move down and a Plasma grunt will see and challenge you. though not without some complimentary shaking. You'll run into a Plasma sage and four Plasma grunts. Once that's taken care of. then go right. The first grunt has a Lv. return and go down the platform to the outermost ring. Go right. Golett. Make your way up the stairs and you'll reach a puzzle rather like the one from Tin/Bell Tower in the Johto games. perhaps? There's nothing of interest in here otherwise. DRAGONSPIRAL TOWER ~ 6F: Move upwards and you'll hear more shaking. then go left and into the next room. 33 Krokorok.. though. 33 Trubbish and a Lv.. 34 Liepard after you. 33 Liepard. Go to the bottom and 67 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . We need to follow him. Seeing as they're grunts it isn't that hard though.can learn Fly. cross the platform when you come to it. Go up the left side and go straight past the strength boulder. Head through the top door. then go straight left ignoring the platform that was just above us. as you can actually walk onto this broken pillar and walk across to the platform we saw Cheren on. but the strangest thing is that Golett's evolution . then this is your lucky day. Enter the door at the top. then use the bottom one to go left. then head up the steps to the left. Head inside the tower afterwards. you can pass under the broken pillars. they'll move away. Golett is a Pokemon that you will have seen used by a trainer back in the Celestial Tower. including a new one. Either do so. Cross the next platform down. Following that. as well as the cry of a very fearsome sounding Pokemon. Once they're all beaten.. There's a HYPER POTION hidden under the pillar on the right. Go up the stairs for a fifth one with a Lv. Follow this ring left. Continue on this route. which is good if you want one. Pick up the STARDUST on the flat pillar at the bottom of this platform. Now. There's a fourth grunt to fight with two Lv. watery room has a couple Wild Pokemon for you to find. that has collapsed onto the floor but is connected with the large arch we just went under? If you don't have Strength. DRAGONSPIRAL TOWER ~ 2F Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Golett Ground/Ghost Building Floor 100% Level 43 Just a bunch of robots that are Wild in here. Follow this path and you'll be able to reach a SHINY STONE. DRAGONSPIRAL TOWER ~ 5F: Well. this room is certainly fitting of the word spiral. then continue forward.

This time. Cross the pit by walking and pick up the useful TM30. SHADOW BALL. cross the pit west to pick up the PP UP. Relic Castle Trainer Pokemon: Watchog L34. Alder will also come along and with that we'll know to go to the Relic Castle next.. go straight left and fight the grunt. N will talk to you for a moment. a music change. then fall down the sand pit. As a reminder. RELIC CASTLE ~ B2F ONWARDS Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Krokorok Ground/Dark Sand Floor 50% Level 40 Cofagrigus Ghost Sand Floor 50% N/A Encounter list is identical for B2F to B4F. The spot you land on has a hidden item. then head down into Route 4. while White players will see a cutscene with Reshiram. At the top end to the right there is a stair surrounded by some weird blue statues. head right and fight the Plasma grunt. get to Nimbasa City. then fly away with his chosen legend. then the three of you leave the tower. you need to walk on the sand pits to cross them. Afterwards. ascend the stairs. Cheren will approach and talk to you for a moment. When you can take a left. Now we can truly explore this place. Go straight down and sink into the pit here. Running or biking will cause the sand to drag you in and throw you down to the next floor. you may have entered the Relic Castle. Pick up the MAX POTION right below you. then take the stairs that end up directly in front of you up. take the pit across west (the north route holds nothing. Juniper's father and Bianca discuss what to do next.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Begin by going over to the left sand pit on this first floor and walking over it so that you can reach the stairs.. Sink down the same pit as before. Cheren and Brycen come and watch as he departs. do so. You'll be able to find evolved wild versions of the Pokemon above now. Cofagrigus in particular has quite a freaky sprite. Trubbish L34. Krokorok L34 | Scraggy L35. but if you didn't you can get a fossil from the backpacker woman on the left of the first floor. and Bianca stays there as a reminder just in case. Cheren and Alder will depart for the castle. We have to head back there now. 68 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM .gamefaqs. Head inside afterwards. then head up and fight the Plasma grunt. As you approach the stairs. Take this path and then head north and keep going and you'll end up in the Desert Resort. move one space in any direction and examine it for a hidden SUPER POTION. Follow this path around up the stairs. Walk over the pit (if you accidentally sink just take the stairs up in the room you appear in) then go down and fight the grunt here. I believe the latter is faster. Outside.) After the grunt. If you went to the Desert Resort earlier the game. the three of you along with Prof. I'm assuming you visited earlier. Sink through the sand pit afterwards. DRAGONSPIRAL TOWER ~ 7F: Oh Watchog L35 | Garbodor L36 | Krokorok L36 | Liepard L34. then go up and pick up the SUN STONE on the ground. Go down the stairs and you'll run straight into a Plasma sage. as well as two items (one of which is hidden) if you sink down either of the sand pits on the first floor. Head up and you'll find N and the opposite legendary of the game! Black players will see a cutscene with Zekrom. Brycen and Prof. Krokorok L34. it was a sand filled building that contained plenty of Wild Sandile and Yamask. this is where you need to go. and you'll end up in the room that had the TM30. You'll now be able to pass the guy that was blocking us earlier. After talking to him. Liepard L35 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Sandile Ground/Dark Sand Floor 50% Level 29 Yamask Ghost Sand Floor 50% Level 34 Encounter list is identical for 1F and B1F. either run/bike on it or just walk into the centre. then sink down the pit we just crossed. Trubbish L34 | Watchog L35. Juniper's father will head back inside the tower. To get there. then walk south across the pit and pick up the MAX REVIVE. Scraggy L35 | Trubbish L35.

.. in fact..gamefaqs. It's a 50 power. we'll see. Prof. Enter the building here. You'll end up at the very bottom of the castle. 38 Normal Simisage/Simisear/Simipour Lv. he'll charge through you and exit. Juniper. Alder will Fly away. yet. 38 Fire/Water/Grass Musharna Lv. As always. ROUTE 8: A short section? You bet. as will Cheren. You'll end up next to two Plasma grunts. either the DARK STONE or the LIGHT STONE depending on your version. Juniper. Tubeline Bridge We've got us another 3D bridge to Head to Route 8 (by the seventh gym town) and go to that big grey building we saw before. This key item will come into play much later on. For the record. Alder and Cheren will also leave. huh? Go out the other end. by now you should have seen over 100 Pokemon. At the other end. head to Route 8. You may want to go see Prof. Head forward and into the gatehouse.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. composed of Alder. What does that mean? More experience! Things aren't really much different. she'll give you a FULL RESTORE. We'll get to see Cheren's too eventually. 38 Psychic Emboar/Samurott/Serperior Lv. HIDDEN POWER that we were unable to earlier on. that is) she'll give you a TM43. NACRENE CITY: Go to the museum and you'll see a relatively large crowd outside. and pass through to the other side. there are Wild Pokemon on that last floor but nothing else. Go figure. FLAME CHARGE. but it's a little while yet. her father and Bianca. To keep going. Rival Bianca Rewards: $4000 Pokemon Level Type Stoutland Lv. Ghetsis!? The Shadow Triad will also appear and rush you towards him. 40 (Fire/Fighting)/Water/Grass Considering the length of time it's been it makes sense. and Cheren will stay put. and soon enough Lenora too. We'll go back there a long time from now. You'll find Alder and Ghetsis talking. Beat both of them. So start crossing! If you talk to the battle girl near the other end (if you can actually catch her amongst that crazy movement. but it's an important storyline object.. but Bianca's levels are much higher than they were before. although it is fun to see the rival starters in their final forms. Juniper first though. but attempt to enter and Bianca will show up! She'll challenge you to a fight. Lenora will entrust you with a very valuable item. 100% accuracy physical Fire move that is guaranteed to raise the user's speed if it connects. The Plasma grunts . which she'll use if her Pokemon's HP gets low. so it works perfectly. After winning. then leave. Bianca also has some healing items in store. and take you with them. This is a rather big gatehouse compared to the normal one. you'll get a Xtransceiver call from Prof. We've been told to go to Opelucid City to find out more about the legends of Reshiram and Zekrom and it so happens Opelucid is also the location of your last badge. Let's press on. 69 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . he'll go. Outside. allowing us to continue. letting us finish the bridge. Once he finishes his usual pacing and talking. the first rival battle we've had in a while. Afterwards. Normal type matching will do the trick just fine. and all of her Pokemon are now fully evolved.will be there no more. we need to visit Nacrene City. so you can get the TM10. which is a move you will have seen before if you've trained either a Tepig or a Blitzle. Now we're able to continue the storyline. Next up. After Ghetsis practically says a monologue.. then fall down the that we've cleared the Relic Castle . we're just playing with higher levels and higher stats now..

Head into the building afterwards. If you follow this grass through (note that you can slide in between some of the trees) you can find a HP UP. There is also a lady and a waiter on the top floor who will fight you. Tall Grass (White) 30% Level 41 Minccino Normal Grass.Pawniard. There's a new Pokemon here . but oh well.Fire. Fighting (quadruple!) and Ground. ironically by flinging it towards you. Now that that's been taken of. GIGA IMPACT for a hefty $90. That's all for Route 9. There's one last trainer in the top right of the route. so be prepared to be patient..gamefaqs. Tall Grass 20% N/A Pawniard Dark/Steel Grass. FLING. Straight ahead is a biker. a guy in a cap will see you and give you a TM56. The store's selection isn't really all that impressive. Tall Grass 20% Shiny Stone Garbodor Poison Grass. A bit weird.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Tall Grass 10% N/A Audino Normal Shaking Grass 80% N/A Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass 10% N/A Cinccino Normal Shaking Grass 5% N/A Gothitelle Psychic Shaking Grass (Black) 5% N/A Reuniclus Psychic Shaking Grass (White) 5% N/A Houndour Dark/Fire Swarm (Black) 40% Level 24 Poochyena Dark Swarm (White) 40% Level 20 As soon as you enter this route. You'll probably notice there's a cave here with a guy blocking the entrance. This is the Challenger's Cave. and we won't be able to access it until we've seen the credits. they put it in a route rather than Castelia City or something. Tall Grass (Black) 30% Level 41 Duosion Psychic Grass. That'll get us off to a good start. Lampent L36 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Gothorita Psychic Grass. there's a rich boy who will fight you. backed up by a good defense and decent speed. fight him. Go back out the store. Opelucid City Trainer Pokemon: Simisear L39 + Simipour L39 + Simisage L39 | Mienfoo L39 + Elgyem L39 + Pawniard L39 70 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . There's a hidden LEMONADE located a little outside the big building. then the guy right It's usable. Head into the east gatehouse and out the other end.000 each. The most notable thing is the TM shop on the mid right by the rich boy. There's a few trainers in the main building. as well as a hidden MAX ETHER in one of the top left squares (you can slip past between the tree and the fence). you can get a PP UP. if you get lucky enough. If you go up the steps right next to the PP Up room. then to the bottom right corner. We'll come back later for it. it sells TM15. and surprisingly their final forms too. You can also catch the midforms of Gothitelle and Reuniclus here. Route 9 Trainer Pokemon: Krokorok L36. It and its evolution Bisharp specialize primarily in Attack. There's also a FULL RESTORE if you go through the tall grass. ignore the big building for now and fight the biker to the right. too. Yeah. If you talk to the worker on the top floor. Scraggy L36 | Krokorok L36. you can get a THUNDERSTONE. HYPER BEAM and TM68. This is the department store. If you go into the room on the bottom right front wall of the store. It's not that useful of a move. although it gives it weaknesses to Steel's three usual weaknesses . but it's a high evolution level. Tall Grass 20% Level 52 Liepard Dark Grass.. then the double fight to the right. but I guess it helps our collection. there's a gap in the fence allowing you to get to the grass. let's wrap up the rest of the route. but they can be good moves in-game if you need a powerful high power move. Their type combination is pretty unique. Garbodor L36 | Scraggy L37 + Scraggy L37 | Pawniard L37 | Scraggy L37 | Liepard L36 | Stoutland L36 | Minccino L36. However the dual type does negate the Bug weakness that Dark-types have.

Follow whichever character and you'll be taken to Drayden's house. you will receive the CELL BATTERY.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Take the street down and enter the tower like house on the left. The house directly to the left has a blonde girl on the bottom floor who will give you a DESTINY KNOT. a female Ace Trainer who also triple battles you with the normal method with three Pokemon. there is a catch. Move forward and you'll find Alder. the old man standing next to her. Should you fulfil his want. There's also a hidden ULTRA BALL located in one of the upper parts of the city. and the other will lead you.) then go straight forward. then exit. whereas White will see a more nature based one with trees and hedges. which is for all intents and purposes a pretty useless item. that's it for the city. After the conversation ends. You'll run into an Ace Trainer. Urgh. but might be better paired with a move such as Trick or Switcheroo. Anyway. If you talk to the gentleman in here he'll give you a PRESENT BOX accessory. and can be taught infinitely. Head straight down the path and enter the Pokemon Center to the right. Heal up the damages from Route 9. an item that causes the holder's immunities to be nullified. Druddigon L40 | Fraxure L40. we have to make stone dragons change directions and extend in order to open a path to the leader. If you go upstairs in this house. Black players will see a more technological city. you can talk to the American football player for a FLOAT STONE . no? As always. Which character does which depends entirely on your version. a one-use item that will raise a Pokemon's Attack stat if it is hit by an Electric-type move. It's not useful on every Dragon-type. Sounds fun. At least. Fraxure L41 The final gym of Unova has us take on Dragon Pokemon in a rather strange puzzle. right? Unfortunately. I'm writing this guide while playing White. Anyway. you can find a hidden MAX REPEL a bit below the vending machine. These are getting a bit annoying now. Exit Drayden's house now. Once again Plasma are doing a speech in town. he wants to see a Pokemon with Charge from the opposite version. They have different music too. functioning as a Draco Meteor tutor. you and Alder will talk to Iris (who you might remember from way back in Castelia City) and Drayden. You can also talk to the blonde woman in here to receive a RING TARGET. so using this item in combination with Motor Drive. Druddigon L39 | Deino L40. This can be useful for reducing things such as the damage given by Grass Black players will see Drayden leave. defeat his dragon and take the winding path right. Upstairs there is one more trainer. but it's a very strong move all the same. Go back to the Pokemon Center and take the street to the right of it up. On the bottom floor is an Ace Trainer who will triple battle you with the three evolved elemental monkeys at Level 39. depending on whether you're playing Black or's a special Dragon move with 140 power and 90% accuracy that sharply drops Special Attack after use. Yeah. You'll eventually come to a 71 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . The guy in green on the top floor wants to see a Pokemon with the move Charge.gamefaqs. In the top right most house (the one closest to the gatehouse with the sign outside it) you can do a couple fights. and White players will see Iris leave . get a FRESH WATER (the last one . with the usual triple method your game follows. Sounds simple.. but it doesn't matter. Note that it does have to be hit. one of the two will leave. not very useful. a Ground-type or some other way to block an Electric move means it won't work. halves the Pokemon's weight. Head into the gym at the top left. Opelucid City is a pretty unique place. Both of them will rebattle you once a day. once Plasma and the crowd leaves. when equipped to a Pokemon. who will take you forward to a crowd. but the actual gameplay is near identical.. Fraxure L39._. one of them will head off. which we'll visit soon enough. I prefer the White one myself. Fraxure L40 | Fraxure L41 | Druddigon L42 | Deino L39. I still don't read Japanese D: Now. They'll tell you the legends of Reshiram and Zekrom. it'll look different.this stone. Youll either have to trade or use the GTS and hope you get lucky. Outside. or something. Any Dragon-type Pokemon can learn the move . for example. how they were once one dragon broken apart by differences. To the left of that is the gym. use the itemfinder to locate it. I think.the person that leaves is the Gym Leader of Opelucid City! The remaining person will stay in the house. Opelucid Gym Trainer Pokemon: Fraxure L41 | Deino L41 | Fraxure L40. so I apologize to Black players if some of the information is incorrect. and visit the first building you come to on the left.

but you have to watch out with your own Dragons since they are also weak to the attacks being thrown at you by the Gym Leader. Blizzard will also do well. Revenge. it always goes last. Drayden and Iris specialise in Dragon-types. but be careful anyway. Emboar Lv. It's quite wavy. but it is the main Pokemon of Drayden 72 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Strangely enough they don't have anything from the Deino line. the only things that change by version are aesthetics. 48. 43 Dragon Mold Breaker Dragon Tail. The teleporter behind them will take you back to the beginning. For the record. After beating her. Take the new path. the team is exactly the same no matter who you're facing. As a reminder. Dragon Dance. but I would recommend just using healing items as in this gym the puzzle DOES reset if you leave! GYM LEADER SHAGA / IRIS Rewards: $5160. take the path left and around and jump off when you can to move the dragon head..Ice and Dragon. It's 60 power and 100% accuracy with two special effects..__. if you have it on anything. or at least a very small amount of exceptions. TM82 Dragon Tail. Afterwards. Now we can use this head for a path. especially since all three of their Pokemon have the move. Fraxure does have Dragon Dance which raises attack and speed . You'll find another Ace Trainer to fight. You'll have to beat another trainer. Both of them should go down without too much trouble. Go up now and follow this path. After him. Slash. These two have a special move called Dragon Tail. do so and jump over the raised bit. :x This also happens to be the last time you'll hear the main Gym Leader music in the game. Excadrill Lv. It's basically a Roar or Whirlwind that actually does damage. Little by Little Haxorus Lv. instead jump over the southern raised bit and follow this curvy path. beat an Ace Trainer. 48. This will cause the dragon by here to centre. Follow this route. fight another Ace Trainer and then jump to get both of the dragon hands up. 49 Pokemon Level Type Ability Attacks Fraxure Lv. Go up and fight another Ace Trainer . Take this new path up and around. go right when you can and you'll come up to a strong female trainer. so there's two of one line (Fraxure and Haxorus) with Druddigon in the middle. The second thing is that if it connects. Dragons have only two weaknesses .GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www.then jump off the platform to the left. 49. point where you can go right. . Don't take this dragon up now as it goes nowhere. It shouldn't be too much to worry about. Isn't it just the cutest? The rest of my levels are a bit high though. Assurance. but is practically guaranteed to go last. Dragon Dance. At Level 43 it shouldn't actually exist (since Fraxure doesn't evolve until 48). Legend Badge My Team: Rufflet Lv. First. but that works fine. and you'll wind back to the Ace're best of not letting it use that too much. 41 Dragon Rivalry Dragon Tail. continue north on this path and go left and jump off when you can. you will be able to absolutely sweep this gym. No exceptions. jump off the platform to hit the other switch and center the dragon head. Musharna Lv. Carracosta Lv. Dragon Tail. opening a new route. Fraxure and Druddigon aren't anything particularly special. You'll hit the switch with enough pressure that the dragon's head will twist. it'll cause the dragon to go down rather than up. Take it up and you'll be in front of Drayden/Iris. since Black and White have no Gym Leader rematches. Take the same path as we just did again and jump on the switch to make the dragon move. follow the newly created path and you'll eventually reach another Ace Trainer. 41 Dragon Sheer Force Night Slash. Druddigon has a pretty varied movepool. then keep going and jump off when you can to move the dragon. Assurance I took a quick trip to Route 10 and added a Rufflet to my team. and a Druddigon would also have a decent job. You've probably noticed you can see Drayden/Iris sometimes when the camera moves. 49. Haxorus on the other hand is a bit different. Take the long path around afterward and jump on the has the Dark/Dragon Deino . hence they have three Pokemon of that distinction. centring the dragon. 41. Dragon Rage Druddigon Lv. the Pokemon it hits is sent back into its Poke Ball and the trainer is forced to send another one out at random. An Fraxure or Haxorus of your own could also do a good job. If you have a Vanillish or Vanilluxe with Ice Beam. Lilligant Lv.gamefaqs. Take the dragon head path up and around. leading you right to the gym leader.

and its somewhat hilariously named evolution Mandibuzz. Eelektrik L39. but as far as things go it's pretty short. on the other hand. with some useful abilities in Reckless and Sap Sipper.. Juniper will meet you outside and lead you towards the gate that leads to Route 10.. Tall Grass 30% Level 32 Vullaby Dark/Flying Grass. Your Pokemon will probably outmatch it in level. Braviary gets 123 base attack and 80 base speed. hence their attacking stats are a bit Their abilities are also pretty useless at this stage. Bouffalant also gets the powerful Head Charge. she'll give you the very special MASTER BALL. an item that is best saved for a very particular legendary. an exclusive Normal-type move that is 120 power and 100 accuracy. it's a pretty powerful Pokemon with good defenses and again. Tall Grass (Black) 10% N/A Throh Fighting Grass. You probably won't be doing much damage. Prof. which is just fine. but be careful all the same! They also have two Hyper Potions to use. DRAGON TAIL and the long awaited Legend Badge. Rufflet and its evolution Braviary. so if you want to use one of them. There's a fair few new Wild Pokemon here. We have the version exclusive birds. are a female only species found in Pokemon Black. They focus more on defense. paired with 97 base speed. despite it being so late in the game. Alomomola L39 | Sawk L40 | Gurdurr L38. but due it with all due speed . After talking to you. Accelgor L39 | Maractus L39. They're certainly the better of the two. you better be patient! Vullaby. Jellicent L40 | Beartic L39. Seismitoad L39. Defeating them will get you TM82. Tall Grass (White) 10% N/A Audino Normal Shaking Grass 80% N/A Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass 10% N/A Stoutland Normal Shaking Grass 5% N/A Sawk Fighting Shaking Grass (White) 5% N/A Throh Fighting Shaking Grass (Black) 5% N/A Tyrogue Fighting Swarm 40% Level 20 The music in this route is absolutely beautiful. Tall Grass (White) 30% Level 54 Bouffalant Normal Grass. but this also means it's affected and 73 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Cryogonal L40. As you may recall if you were reading back in Mistralton Cave. and their evolution level is not a typo. Tall Grass 20% N/A Foongus Grass/Poison Grass 10% Level 39 Amoonguss Grass/Poison Tall Grass 10% N/A Sawk Fighting Grass. Mienfoo L39 | Fraxure L39. to put it in perspective. Boldore L38 | Sawsbuck L40. The drawback is that it does produce recoil. this thing has a gigantic 147 base attack. although that might get partially negated if it chooses to use Dragon Tail. They do indeed not evolve until Level 54.. Mandibuzz's attack and special attack are 65 and 55 base respectively. average speed. meaning we now have all eight badges of the Unova League! All that awaits us are the trainers at the Pokemon League. then this thing can come in useful. Head into the teleporter behind Drayden/Iris and exit the gym.. If you need a Flying-type still though. as well as the use of the Sheer Force ability which can be paired with moves such as Rock Slide and Crush Claw. That leaves us with the rest of the game to do. then head out north. are a male only species with a pretty standard Normal/Flying typing but stats better suited to the in-game. Having it sped up won't help either. and Iris. and having that attack powered up any more is really going to hurt. Route 10 Trainer Pokemon: Scrafty L39. Thankfully its defenses aren't anything too special so you should be able to knock it out. Bouffalant is a buffalo with an afro. Vullaby and Rufflet. Escavalier L40 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Herdier Normal Grass. which can produce incredible hits off of its attack strength and STAB. so I'd give them a miss.gamefaqs.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. though still hard to raise due to being an unevolved form so late in the game. I only wish the route were longer. Make sure you heal up after the has Dragon Dance. That aside. Tall Grass (Black) 30% Level 54 Rufflet Normal/Flying Grass.

43 Normal/Flying Pansage/Pansear/Panpour Lv. these are the highest levels we've seen yet. while the one on the right is an actual item . I have no idea why. 43 Fire/Water/Grass Liepard Lv. Return and go up the next steps to the right to find an Ace Trainer. because when you reach the other end Cheren and Bianca will show up. Exercise caution as necessary. There's a female Ace Trainer here with an evolved deer and an evolved female jellyfish. his Liepard has a Sitrus Berry. He also uses some interesting Pokemon.namely. I'd make sure you're ready for a tougher battle before you cross the bridge. Take on the fighter here. though none of them new. You do. this room we're in now has a river. Remember it has Effect Spore! The middle is also a Level 30 Foongus. As always. in fact. and Bianca soon follows. Approach the gate and the guy will check if you have the Tri Badge. but retains Effect Spore. Yeah. note the music there's an extra beat added for each room you go through! 74 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . then jump off the ledge and continue right. Simply push against each gate to get it to open. Cheren will heal your Pokemon and Bianca will give you a MAX REVIVE. it's pretty much the same. Anyway. but we're far from done yet . Also. who will use the midform of the electric eel and the evolution of Shelmet. Very gangsta like.gamefaqs. for the record. You should also be careful of the Toxic attack that they have! The third Poke Ball is a HYPER POTION while the fourth is a DAWN STONE. there's also a hiker on the bridge to fight.we've got Victory Road to do! It's time. The first Poke Ball you come to is your not so friendly neighbourhood Amoonguss. Wild Charge and Stone Edge as possible choices. Earthquake. at a pretty high level of 45. it's the evolution of Foongus. so the gate will open. 43 Dark Emboar/Samurott/Serperior Lv. plants and torches . start taking that path. but they're higher levelled than ever before. The next room represents the Basic Badge's Normal-type. back onto and past the bridge. a FULL HEAL. including grass. After beating him. so it is pretty good. As far as things go. Follow the path a bit more for a TM05. who allows us to finally see Scraggy's evolution.. Use it if you wish. there's some tall grass right next to you. Bouffalant also gets Megahorn. For example. then go back around and fight the veteran trainer.representative of the first gym's types of Water. isn't it? You might notice there are three Poke Balls in the grass. Now. That ends our sad journey of the main The second is also a Amoonguss. 45 (Fire/Fighting)/Water/Grass Cheren still only has four Pokemon. Following the path. and has increased HP and defenses from its pre-evolution. Returning to the route at hand. ROAR. who owns a pretty powerful Sawk. powered up by Reckless. and does it by having a pretty normal area. The Pokemon in the grass are the same as those in the normal Route 10.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Quite interesting Pokemon. including the final evolution of Tympole and the evolution of Karrablast. unless it has some other item? After the battle. type matching will produce the best possible results! Also. head forward and fight the battle girl. although Cheren also now has his fully evolved starter. There's a hidden MAX POTION about three spaces away from the wall. eh? Just ahead is a veteran trainer with another three Pokemon. Head up the steps then immediately take the path above you.. After the fight ends. talk to the guy in the corner here for a DUSK STONE. Enter the building above. Cheren will challenge you to what is the final rival battle in the main game! Rival Cheren Rewards: $4500 Pokemon Level Type Unfezant Lv. at Level 40 just like the other one. jump over the ledge and collect the FULL RESTORE. each room you go through will have the design of the previous badge. The far left one is a friendly neighbourhood Foongus at Level 30. Cheren blitzes away. Both of them can be pretty strong. not his starter. so it's a double-edged sword. Grass and Fire.

The music is now complete. before we take Victory Road on (note that if you enter it becomes a Fly location) there is a new legendary available. which is full of electric generators. Teleport etcetera tends to reset their position to another random place in the region. Fuujin. Walk through it to see stone dragons and a gate. You can walk between a town and a route to refresh the area constantly and 75 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . We were told about strange weather patterns as we entered Route 10. the three of which are collectively referred to as the "Kami trio". the second Electric/Flying legendary based on the Raijin.which one you get depends on your version! Those of you playing Pokemon Black will have just seen the green and purple Tornadus. the first pure Flying Pokemon and legendary based on the Japanese wind god. LEGENDARY POKEMON ~ TORNADUS / THUNDURUS Level: 40 Type: Flying (Tornadus) / Electric/Flying (Thundurus) Ability: Prankster Moves: Revenge / Air Cutter / Extrasensory / Agility (Tornadus) Revenge / Shock Wave / Heal Block / Agility (Thundurus) Base Stats: 79 HP / 115 Attack / 70 Defense / 125 Special Attack / 80 Special Defense / 111 Speed There's a slight trick with this legendary . Most Pokemon players will know what I mean by that. White players will have seen the blue and purplish Thundurus. Victory Road! However. Your character will move to the What just happened. then a strange Pokemon will float over next to you! The rain begins anew. The annoying thing is that you cannot keep track of this legend like you could with the others in previous gens with the PokeDex.Tornadus. but for those who are playing a Pokemon game for the first time. but I don't know for sure). Tornadus is pure Flying (and the first at that ). Go to Route 7 to check it out. right. The use of Fly. this legendary will be your roamer of the game. the roamer will settle in a random route. Once they're released into the wild. the screen will get darker and a flash of lightning will occur. Thundurus and Landorus who all share a common Flying-type. you'll hear a strange cry. a roamer is a legend that actually moves around the region's routes. Route 7 (2) As soon as you enter this route. Next comes the Freeze Badge door. up. The room after that is representative of the Bolt Badge. an old woman will come out and invite you into the house until the rainstorm passes. which adds a simple sliding puzzle to the mix. Next we open the Quake Badge door. PokeTch or PokeGear .? The Pokemon we just saw was one of the three Pokemon belonging to the legendary trio based upon three Japanese gods. Thundurus is Electric/Flying and Landorus is Ground/Flying. In this particular game you'll have to chase the legendary around Unova. hence the giant stone insect that you cross over.. then an absolute torrent of rain will pour down from the heavens. Just slide up. left and up from where you enter to get to the other side and push against the door. then the Pokemon will suddenly flee and the rain dissipates. and we're here. with the room being very earth looking. Tornadus and Thundurus have exactly the same stats. it's not Kyogre.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. unlocking the Legend Badge door. The fourth room takes its design from the Insect Badge.. Make your way to the house with the healer near Twist Mountain. It's pretty cool. No. while Landorus has slightly different stats and a 600 base stat total. reaching a 580 base stat total.gamefaqs. then will generally shift to an adjacent route every time your player character moves into a new area. The Kami trio contains three Pokemon .you'll have to be in the same route as them to know when they're in the route.. As you cross by it. It can show up on any of the primary sixteen routes (I don't think it can show up on 17 or 18. and the Flying design sends us walking over a huge pit! You can walk anywhere on the windy part. the Japanese god of thunder and lightning. There's a certain legendary taking residence around here that we need to vacate. too. When you go back out. Then we open the Jet Badge door. Hard to describe but you know full well what I mean. On the other hand. The music will notably have a lot more substance to it now. Walk through the gate. Regardless of version.

There are a couple ways to lock it in place . go into the normal grass (I don't think the tall/doubles grass will work) and if you're lucky you'll encounter it. Conkeldurr L43 | Gothorita L43. Heatmor L44 | Simisage L44. If anyone has anything more conclusive. That is the key difference . the legendary will be found in the northern routes of Unova. as somehow they will still run! Just remember. You'll know when Tornadus or Thundurus are in the area by the weather. it will ALWAYS move last.though it is worth noting that if it tries to run. but it shouldn't take too long. Scolipede L45 | Beheeyem L44. this applies). Note that if you exit and re-enter Route 7 as soon as you release the legendary. If you get the weather.every other legendary is stationary. hope the legendary arrives there.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Lilligant L45. as well as a fairly linear shape. so at any level of the outside. if they are around then the weather will change to the same rainstorm as we just saw in Route 7. it appears possible that it depends on whether the clock is AM or PM. Tornadus/Thundurus are by far the best legend to use the Master Ball on due to their movement! I implore you to use it on them rather than any of the stationary legendaries. Catching roamers can be tough. while Route 5. Block etc or you can place it in battle with a Pokemon that has the Shadow Tag ability. Mienfoo L43. Seismitoad L44 | Gigalith L45. Simisear L44. It is particularly useful that in Black and White you have only one roamer. Simipour L44 | Scrafty L43. Don't think you can stop them by sleeping or freezing them. Arena Trap unfortunately won't work as both Tornadus and Thundurus have the Flying-type giving them immunity to the ability.. you will have to ensure you either keep the same Pokemon in the battle the whole time OR you use Baton Pass to switch to another Pokemon while keeping the trapping move in play. Should you encounter the legendary. If you don't encounter it after a few Wild Pokemon then it'll leave. It helps that Unova has a small amount of routes compared to the other four regions. whereas at PM it is found in the southern routes. it isn't actually that hard to end up with it on the same route as you. Route 16 and any routes following on from them count as northern. but you can keep going in and out to have a chance of it appearing again. Darmanitan L44. Leavanny L43 | Klang L44.. You might need a little luck. Alternatively. Zebstrika L45 | Stoutland L45. I'm not entirely sure where this north and south split actually is. if you use Mean Look or Block. but try and try again and you'll get it. Strangely enough. so there's unlikely to be any real need to keep the Master Ball unless you want to keep it as a collector's have the option of using a trapping move such as Mean Look. but I would guess that Route 4 and anything below it counts as southern. however. Pokemon Type Durant Bug/Steel Location Cave Floor Encounter Rate Evolution Method 40% N/A 76 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . you'll find them in either the north or the south of the region depending entirely on the clock. so you'll have an annoying time actually cornering the legend. but this one will flee as soon as it can! It's important to note that the possible locations for these roamers actually changes depending on time. I would highly appreciate an e-mail with the information. While I don't know for sure. Victory Road Trainer Pokemon: Whimsicott L45. Eelektross L45 Pokemon Type Heatmor Fire Rocky Vullaby Dark/Flying Rocky Rufflet Normal/Flying Rocky Mienfoo Fighting Rocky Fraxure Dragon Rocky Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Grass 45% Level 32 Grass (Black) 35% Level 54 Grass (White) 35% Level 54 Grass 10% Level 50 Grass 10% Level 48 This list applies to the outside parts of Victory Road (ie whenever you're not in the cave. I'd recommend you go between a town and a route that has no gatehouse though. you might well find it again right away as long as it is evening. just throw the Master Ball as soon as you encounter it. Annoyingly. it will run away from the battle the first chance it gets ie as soon as it can move on the first turn .gamefaqs. there are no two routes connected in this game apart from 17 and 18 which may not even work. At AM. to speed things

Deino is a Pokemon we saw in Opelucid Gym. Zweilous won't evolve into Hydreigon until a completely staggering Level SIXTY-FOUR. really. Boldore Rock Cave Deino Dark/Dragon Cave Woobat Psychic/Flying Cave Mienfoo Fighting Cave Excadrill Ground/Steel Dust Basculin Water Surf Basculin Water Dark Basculin Water Fish Poliwag Water Fish Poliwhirl Water Fish Poliwhirl Water Dark Basculin Water Dark Poliwrath Water/Fighting Dark Floor Floor Floor Floor Cloud Water ~ Water ~ Water ~ Water ~ 20% 20% 10% 10% 100% 100% Surf 100% 30% 65% 5% Fish 65% Fish 30% Fish 5% Trade Level 50 Happiness Level 50 N/A N/A N/A N/A Level 25 Water Stone N/A N/A This list applies to the inside cave on the first floor and third floor only. It gets Fire moves. is an egg move. although it is a bit slow with 65 base speed. Head into the cave directly in front of There's another note . Catching it in Victory Road also tends to have it with a moveset of Bug Bite. and the first form of the pseudo legendary of the Unova region. we have a champion's road to conquer.gamefaqs. The second and much more worrying problem is to do with evolution level. so you probably won't be getting it. By pseudo legendary. it's not as high as say. as Unova's Victory Road is very unique. See that level in the evolution method up there? Yeah. Use it if you dare. I'd probably this a pass. Its special movepool kind of too. aren't they deliciously high? It's going to keep getting tougher from here on out.any Wild Pokemon you encounter in Victory Road will have the Pokemon music instead of the normal one . Instead of being just a regular cave like the first four generations. doesn't it? forward and get on the water. the highest evolution level that the series has ever seen. As for the new Pokemon here.. The second floor holds an Ace Trainer. has a useless as sucks. It is Dark/Dragon. Now. Surf to the other end and pick up the MAX REVIVE. rare Head Surf aside. That you. Hydreigon.makes for quiet a nice effect. It also has an impeccable special movepool. Unova's Victory Road is composed of both an inside cave and an outside. Now.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. 112 in defense and 109 in speed. Hydreigon specialises in Special Attack above all else. give Durant on the other hand is excellent. Dark Pulse. 77 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . and to get through we need to wind our way through the tunnels and even slide down walls to get to where we need to go. Focus Blast and Solarbeam. It decent Special Attack and Attack but isn't so good anywhere else. it's not entirely but is heavily outclassed by both Emboar and but carries decent Speed and Attack stats as well. but as far as this game's level curve goes it creeps pretty close to your Pokemon. I'm not saying it's impossible to use. and will come in decently useful at the Elite Four too. who has both an Whimsicott and a Zebstrika. Level 50 is for Deino to evolve into its second form. Note the levels.109 base in attack. Iron Head and Dig. There's a fair few different encounter lists here.. It's a Bug/Steel Pokemon meaning it only has one weakness to Fire and has great stats . Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Durant Bug/Steel Cave Floor 40% N/A Boldore Rock Cave Floor 30% Trade Woobat Psychic/Flying Cave Floor 20% Happiness Mienfoo Fighting Cave Floor 10% Level 50 Excadrill Ground/Steel Dust Cloud 100% N/A This list applies to the inside cave on every floor but the first and third. and it is horrible. That's it. although both Deino and Zweilous (Deino's evolution) are more physically based. Crunch. but you are going to have to be seriously patient. Platinum. this all sounds good . Zweilous. They do give some pretty good EXP though. I mean a Pokemon with 600 base stat total. Pair it with the X-Scissor TM we got ages ago and you can use it right off the bat! It can make a brilliant late addition if your team isn't full yet. It's probably just as good Pansear. as it won't be reaching 64 for a fair while unless you're soloing with it or something.the catch? The first is that Hydreigon's best Dark STAB. then back and go up the steps. Sure. Heatmor is a Fire-type Pokemon. so you'll probably have to change your strategy whenever they evolve into Hydreigon.

Also.who uses some interesting Fighting-types. Fight the trainer here. Over on the left is a cave. You'll have a choice of two doors.) Beat the veteran trainer in the middle of the room. Pick up the FULL HEAL. Go back outside. TAUNT by here then slide down either wall. then go up the steps to the left. why not save and have a go? 78 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Enter. then go outside. You'll be back on the other 1F again. At the end. go to the far left and slide down the whole way here and grab the ULTRA BALL. jump off the ledge to the far right and retrace your steps so you end up back at the floor above the doctor. then go back inside and exit out the right hand door. Walk right to see a cutscene between two trainers. although the other is too scared to do it. then retrace your steps so you end up back at the row of three doors on the outside floor below. Head back up the stairs afterwards and then take the northern steps up. and you'll be back on 2F again by a Strength boulder. for the record. Remember you can use that shortcut we made on 2F to get from there to 3F a lot quicker! Once you're back on the floor above the doctor (5F for the record) take the path up this time onto 6F. it just leads back outside to the same place as before. Ignore the bottom door. but what's the point in that? You can always Fly there if you need to at any point. Take the path in here around and Surf up over the upper patch of water. it's hidden though. then go up the stairs.gamefaqs. so don't try and hit it with Ground-type moves! Examine the wall between the two rocks just above for a FULL HEAL. and pick up the RARE CANDY. enter the room here and grab the CALCIUM. Fight the guy in here . This time take the left door as opposed the middle one. then continue going up the steps. exit out the bottom. There's an ULTRA BALL on the elevated platform to the left. Remember that it has Leviate.and then ascend the steps.excellent! Smash his Pokemon to bits and make him your healing slave. This time. one will show you how you can slide down the walls by walking against them. take the one on the right for now (or the middle door of the three. then exit out the bottom left door. Descend the staircase on the right..GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Pick up the TM12. For those of you who are able to challenge Terrakion right now. Exit out the bottom afterwards. Head right. go left. Poor kid. Go straight outside through the southern exit and slide either gap. He gives you another fully evolved dog to deal with. Slide down the RIGHT gap to end up on a platform with one door. as well as a Eelektross . and fight the Ace Trainer you end up next to. but there's nothing we can do to help him unfortunately. Again. Now we must again make our way back. so come back later when you've done the Mistralton Cave events. that alien looking psychic-type we saw back in the Celestial Tower. You can now come back here whenever the going gets too rough. Push the boulder to act as a shortcut. Push the boulder in and you'll be granted access to both the part we've been to AND a new part. Take the upper stairs up to the third floor. Once she's beaten. Take the path around afterwards and check the bottom left rock in this dipped part for a REVIVE. Follow his example by sliding down the southern wall. as well as a Scolipede. You'll see the scared guy from before. Go over to the right past the rocky grass and slide down. A doctor .com/ds/995081-pokemon-white-version/faqs/6102. We'll be doing this a few times in order to get all the items.the final form of the electric eel line. Conkeldurr . so you'll have to use the itemfinder to locate it. Take this room up to fight a trainer who owns the incredibly big looking Gigalith. which happens to be right next to the doctor. enter it and take it back up to 3F. Pick up the FULL RESTORE out here. Take the steps over on the left and you'll be in the back of a room with the running Ace Trainer from before. check the furthest right rock on the set of four rocks below her for a HYPER POTION. Go into the cave you come across while going this way. Push this boulder in if you can to create a shortcut. Note that these differently coloured parts with small patches of grass are where you can find the outside Pokemon shown in the first list above. If you did the whole of Mistralton Cave and caught/defeated the legendary Cobalion. it will be covered by a small classic rock which you won't be able to get through. You can also go the other way and jump over the ledge back to the beginning. Knock the Ace Trainer up here out too (yeah we were bound to see monkeys at some point) then take the south exit. including the final form of Timburr. the last of the Fighting trio! Otherwise. check another wall between two rocks for a CARBOS.. who uses the evolution of Elgyem. Surf back over afterwards and take the stairs to the left up. then you will be able to access this cave and inside is Terrakion.

com/ds/995081-pokemon-white-version/faqs/6102. good balls. As always.who is #145 in the Unova Dex and #639 in the National . As always. The Rock-type nullifies the Flying-type weakness that Fighting-types have. but otherwise Terrakion retains all the double weaknesses. Now. but for ease of use. Psychic. it is mirrored with Keldeo. Slide down two walls. Ground and Fighting. isnt it? Go to the left. DRAGON CLAW that you can pick up. then pick up the TM93. go far left and then up these steps. as Dragon is only resisted by Steel. the event fourth member of the quartet who has 129 Special Attack and 72 Attack instead. we're here. Fly back to the League. and maybe a few Full Heals. attempt to move towards the steps to the main arena and the guy blocking it will become alert and talk to you. if you kill it. You'll probably need them in the future too. Pokemon League At last. Dusk Balls will definitely work in this cave. 100 acc. Hyper Potions are definitely the most valuable item you can buy at this point. but only the Pichu line can learn that anyway. there are very few Pokemon that 200 HP won't cover at the levels you're at (which should be about ~50) and they're less than half the price of Max Potions. From the top clerk. You'll land in a previously inaccessible clearing. Now. I'd stock up on Hyper Potions and Revives. either reset or come back after the credits have rolled. Make absolutely sure you're healed up. too) but there's nothing wrong with having plenty. Go all the way and up the next steps you come to for the next floor. namely Water. 90 base power. which can be a useful move for a Pokemon coverage-wise. allowing you entry. take the stairs to the back up again. the building here contains both a market and a Pokemon Center.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. say yes to his question and he'll move. Terrakion is a whole new game and instead has its attack stats mirrored! Specifically. Go up through the arch on the north wall. Enjoy the frontal view as you enter. Exit this room out the bottom now. Exit the league again and this time slide down the wall from the LEFT hand side of the ranger. It is a bit weak compared to some other moves but it'll do. and has both the attacking strength AND speed to use them. you're bound to have plenty from getting hidden items (that goes for the Hyper Potions. Descend the steps. There's still a few items we need. but not the best one in the world. you can buy pretty much any healing item in the game. When you think you're a bit different from Cobalion and Virizion. Grass. and this time we're doing it properly. After you either catch or kill/ignore Terrakion. and we'll be outside again. It gets some interesting attacks being a Rock-type as well.. Terrakion has quite possibly the best stat spread out of the four.. that's every item that I know of in Victory Road. we'll make ourselves a new Fly location. SAVE NOW. You won't be able to exit once 79 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . He'll explain the League challenge. though. status. gives some recoil. quite an amazing building. but we can't get him normally. It can be a powerful force with moves like Stone Edge and Close Combat in hand and also has no quadruple weaknesses. then go back to Victory Road. LEGENDARY POKEMON ~ TERRAKION Level: 42 Type: Rock / Fighting Ability: Justified Moves: Helping Hand / Retaliate / Rock Slide / Sacred Sword Base Stats: 91 HP / 129 Attack / 90 Defense / 72 Special Attack / 90 Special Defense / 108 Speed Terrakion . then take the steps above you and check the rock you reach by going left for a MAX REVIVE. Heal up and buy whatever items you wish. grab the NUGGET here and then enter the cave. WILD CHARGE on the right. This is a pretty decent Electric move and the best physical Electric move in the game apart from Volt Tackle. Check this rock for a MAX POTION. although it does get a fair few doubles. low health. Go up the steps to the left and then take the path around to a rock. exit this room through the bottom and use Fly to get back to the league. You'll end up next to a TM02. Yeah.gamefaqs. While those two had their defense stats mirrored. Revives are also invaluable for being able to revive Pokemon from fainted status. VICTORY ROAD: Go to the right of the ranger (SPECIFICALLY the right hand side) and slide down. I recommend you bring a flier. Steel. it's a unique type combo.

so I would recommend against physical assaults. Grass Knot Jellicent Lv. dropping you in front of the Elite Four member. and as you probably suspected trains the Ghost-type. so Jellicent gets the full load 80 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Lv. Lv. Shauntal leads with her Cofagrigus. stacking Cofagrigus with three special moves. Brine Golurk Lv. having the camera angle change as you move.the two weaknesses that pure Ghosts have . but oh well. lovely. Surf. all ready to annoy the hell out of you. Cursed Body is basically an automatic disable. Sapphire and Emerald. which makes physical attacks on Cofagrigus near useless. and when it gets into it it's still good. go up the steps. you do not want to put a Seismitoad against Cofagrigus or it will die a horrible death from Grass Knot! There's also Will-O-Wisp which causes burn. so it makes perfect sense that her preferred type is Ghost. Lv. Payback And so the first Elite Four match begins! Electricity flying across the screen. Go up the path and enter the room. then take you right up the stairs. but you are able to do it in any order you choose. 51 Lilligant. that aside. Energy Ball. Also. you may notice from the layout that there doesn't seem to be any linear way to do this. aside from causing residual damage it also cuts a Pokemon's attack in half. That introduction is just amazing.gamefaqs. She's also a writer of Ghost stories. My advice would be to try and hit it with a strong special move. Unova is different from the other Pokemon Leagues in that the Elite Four can be done in any order! I'm personally going to go clockwise from the far left room over to the far right room. when you're sure you're ready. hit Jellicent with an attack. 52 Excadrill. which we have also seen a few times through the game. Shadow Ball. for example. 48 Ghost Mummy Psychic. fainting or the fight ending.. Ahh. so it probably won't go down in one hit. 50 Musharna. Ghost or Dark . white light shining through the windows with every storm flash. Will-O-Wisp. Shadow Ball will hurt the most. 50 Emboar. 50 Ghost/Fire Flame Body Fire Blast.) Moxie Krookodile with Crunch won't work here! Shauntal's second Pokemon is Jellicent. Unfortunately they now only have four Pokemon each as opposed to five. --The gate will lock behind you. with a ghostly sound in the air and things floating about. 48 Ground/Ghost Iron Fist Curse. Being the female version. Focus Punch Chandelure Lv. It specializes hugely in the defense stat. Anyway. I'm going to start with the far left room. but be careful of the others. How so? The main culprit is Jellicent's ability. I'll list them now: Lv. one of those spots on the ground will light up. we begin! So I don't have to list my team for each individual member. For each member you beat. the battle will begin! En garde! :: ELITE FOUR SHAUNTAL :: Ghost-type Specialist Reward: $6000 Pokemon Level Type Ability Attacks Cofagrigus Lv. Psychic. Cofagrigus is a Pokemon we've seen a few times before. Can you guess what type this Elite Four is? Go forward and ghostly flames will appear and lock you in a ring. There's even one part a bit over the one minute mark that is a homage to the Elite Four track from Ruby. then that Pokemon's ability will be replaced with Mummy until it somehow leaves the battle (ie switching out. After some dialogue. quite possibly my favourite in the entire game. possibly rendering your best attack against it useless. No turning back now! Talk to the woman to find out her name is Shauntal. a big VS and an absolutely incredible song. it comes with bright red lipstick and a huge pink face. and there is a 30% chance Cursed Body will activate and disable it automatically. 49 Now. Lv. and lighting all four will cause that centrepiece to move. as I said. Brick Break. you'll find rather surprisingly that it's stormy. with a 145 base..are my recommended choices. The good thing about its typing is that neither type negates the other's weakness. Shadow Ball.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. beware of Cofagrigus's Mummy ability! If a Pokemon makes any contact with Cofagrigus. It also has a pretty decent special attack (95 base) which you can see Shauntal uses to the fullest. green and yellow bars. Earthquake. What more could you want in an Elite Four match? The song really is grand. close-up face shots. It's kinda bulky too. 49 Carracosta Now. 48 Water/Ghost Cursed Body Shadow Ball. Inside. Lv.

Scrafty's weaknesses lie in Fighting and Flying.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. of four weaknesses . Time for the second Elite Four member.. attack any of Golurk's five weaknesses for the best effect (Water. and a giant chandelier is shown at the top of the room. take the now activated teleporter back to the beginning. for its 30% chance of burning can cut your attack in half. Krookodile is weak to loads of 81 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Something like a Galvantula's Thunder would work great. Torches light as you move past them. Brine also has a greater power if the Pokemon attacked by it is under 50% health. Poison Jab. the fight begins! :: ELITE FOUR GRIMSLEY :: Dark-type Specialist Reward: $6000 Pokemon Level Type Ability Attacks Scrafty Lv. Dragon Claw. Next. the Dark-type specialist of the Elite Four.gamefaqs. 50 Dark/Steel Defiant X-Scissor. whose type may not be immediately obvious from the room. Aerial Ace. It has 124 attack and decent defenses. 100 acc physical Dark move. Talking to him will reveal he is Grimsley. Grass. Brick Break Krookodile Lv. who we've only seen once thus far.. Brick Break shouldn't be as much of a problem though. Do any healing you need to with items.Payback especially aren't too much to worry about. Krookodile is something you won't have seen before unless you raised a Sandile/Krokorok yourself. Ghost or Dark). It also has the somewhat strange move Foul Play. Ground. as Golurk is really. and shares the same typing. three to go. I'm heading into the top left room. but it uses your attack strength instead of Krookodile's which can come out better or worse. Ghost and Dark. it's a 90 power. Once you beat her. Ghost and Dark) so use one of them and take this thing down quickly! You may need to beware of Flame Body also. or perhaps a Krookodile's Crunch (no Mummy now!) but try not to put your Pokemon in too much danger. You might remember me heaping a mount of praise upon Chandelure back in the Celestial Tower. The main problem is going to come in Sand-Attack. The bottom left light will now have lit. The dual combination cancels every other weakness out. 48 Dark/Fighting Moxie Sand-Attack. as will Focus Punch. It is the final form of the line. Walk forward from the end of the rotation. encompassing 117 attack and 92 speed. Chandelure is somewhat slow compared to your Pokemon (unless all six are all really slow ones) but 80 base doesn't rule out the possibility of it outspeeding you entirely. Luckily. Night Slash. Attract Bisharp Lv.Water. Night Slash. 48 Dark Limber Fake Out. so try not to have your health too low! Third we have Golurk. raising its attack. and these are only amplified if it uses Curse. it has some good defenses and decent attack strength. which as far as things go is pretty decent. and we all know how much one accuracy drop can do to the player. who you won't have seen before unless you used one yourself. if that connects your accuracy will be lowered. which it can pair with the three offensive moves it possesses. Grass. 48 Ground/Dark Intimidate Crunch. we come to Shauntal's As always. Foul Play. so if it fires its Fire Blast at you. Ice. and it really isn't too damaging. Then. and all that praise is now turned right at you. a gate appearing behind you to lock you in. Its Earthquake is going to hurt if it connects. It's worth noting she also has two Full Restores to use. Aerial Ace Grimsley leads with Scrafty. or the second one across. just like Cofagrigus's Will-O-Wisp. Rock.Electric. it can get especially troublesome if it manages to take down any of your Pokemon as its Moxie ability will activate. one down. Crunch. and it will probably murder you if it connects with that bonus effect. Golurk is the evolution of Golett. The other two moves . Pair that with the Intimidate ability that drops attack and its useful STAB Earthquake and Crunch and it can put the hurt on you. it is going to take a huge chunk out of your Pokemon's HP! Shadow Ball also gets a STAB bonus and can do a fair bit. Metal Claw. boosting its Attack and Defense while dropping its Speed. I recommend not letting up on the offense. Earthquake Liepard Lv. and two more torches light. This thing has a monstrous 145 special attack. Grass Knot in particular is a good move for this. Chandelure has a lot of weaknesses to pick on . for Jellicent has a decently wide range with its four attacks. This room has you walk onto a rotating platform. Crunch is its strongest move. really heavy! Finally. Try to take it down ASAP if possible.

Poison. but any of those will put a good dent in it. Collectively.. It's not likely to be a problem. As you reach the top.Bug. although it does have Attract. then walks over to the front of the bed. with stars falling from the. Thunderbolt. This is a pretty interesting room. Grimsley's main is the Dark/Steel Bisharp. . Air Slash. Fighting. Energy Ball is the weakest one it At any rate. who is slow but has surprisingly decent defenses and one hell of a Special Attack stat (125 base. Gothitelle 50 Pokemon Type Psychic Psychic/Flying Psychic Psychic Magic Guard Wonder SkinPsychic. Heart Gold and Soul Silver! It seems she also has the rank of Elite Four member in Unova. Energy Ball. Musharna 48 Lv. unless they make a mistake during the translation.. Note that despite Grimsley being a male trainer. Assuming Reuniclus has Magic Guard. Ground. Very glittery. If you aren't able to tell by appearance. but none of them are likely to be a huge problem. Now.. Caitlin's first Pokemon is Reuniclus. her English name is basically guaranteed to be Caitlin. Ghost. we have Caitlin. I suppose. each a different type.She's sleeping? She gets up slowly. Rock and Flying Pokemon.. in which the Elite Four member is in. things. Again. it'll probably just use Psychic. it'll take no residual damage whatsoever. :: ELITE FOUR CAITLIN :: Psychic-type Specialist Reward: $6000 Level Lv. Ghost and Dark. the evolution of the Pawniard Pokemon we've seen a few times previously. Charge Beam. Reflect Calm Mind. She just has Darach do it all for her in the Frontier facility. Psychic. a specialist in the Psychic-type. Note her cut-in pose being a yawn. Psychic. Here. Just try not to reduce any of its stats. so don't try to poison it or anything.. It does have some good moves. either. Defeating Grimsley will cause his teleporter to also switch on. Sigilyph 48 Lv. Just pile on the offense and it should go down. but you can use Fire and Ground moves to great effect also. Reuniclus can land a super effective hit on Fighting. No quadruple weaknesses. It's easy to kill though. Focus Blast. Shadow Ball Ability Attacks Psychic. but she still seems a little tired. You'll definitely know Liepard from both the Cheren fights and the amount of times the Plasma grunts used it. 82 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM .. so it is confirmed that she is fully able to battle. or the third one across.just like any other . It has pretty high attack and good defense. Bug and Ice. That includes Intimidate! Fighting attacks are without a doubt the most effective. A glow will compass you and take you up a transparent road. Quite a large range. Talking to her will begin the battle. but it'll generally go for the strongest move with a type advantage. Grass.) Caitlin uses this perfectly by stacking Reuniclus with four different special moves. Shadow Ball. What a strange entrance that was.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www.then attacks you with a pittance. doing so will give it an automatic +2 boost in attack due to its ability. Shadow Ball Synchronize Frisk Psychic. otherwise you stand at risk of Attract. all of his Pokemon (Scrafty aside) are FEMALE! You'll have to send in a female Pokemon against Liepard to be entirely immune. Psychic gets a STAB bonus and Focus Blast and Thunder are both 120 power (albeit inaccurate). too. Note that Grimsley has two Full Restores he can use. allowing us to return to the league entrance. Otherwise. but is otherwise pretty susceptible. head forward and you'll be hit with a star.gamefaqs. a great cover will open and reveal a bed. this is the same Caitlin of the Battle Castle in Platinum. Reuniclus 48 Lv. Water. This one uses Fake Out on the first turn always . heal any wounds. Thunder This is one Elite Four member you may recognize. namely Water. for the top right room. sky? Anyway. eh? They're all pretty high power attacks. Remember pure Psychic Pokemon have three weaknesses . Ice Beam.

a master of (you guessed it) Fighting-type Pokemon. 50 Fighting Inner Focus U-Turn.. Rock Slide. Karate Chop. Smooth Over. you can probably guess immediately what type this last Elite Four member is. and Stone Edge is the usual 100 power Rock move that has a higher chance for a critical. Remember that Storm Throw is always a critical hit when it lands.. not quite. Jump Kick. but is pretty much never going to die in one Ghost or Dark will do the trick. so don't worry about that. the blue judomon who is just as annoying as Throh. Ever. 48 Fighting Guts Stone Edge. The only thing that may be problematic here is Reflect. Bug. having four special moves with three being an entirely different type from Reuniclus's set. Rock. heal up and enter when you're ready. too. but all the same be careful. The final room is to the bottom right. It's the slowest thing to grace the earth . but it's close . a spotlight will shine upon the member.if it gets several under its belt then it can start to do damage with its three competent special moves. the red one of the two judo Pokemon. It gets some very high attack and decent speed in exchange for weakened defenses. Throh piles on the HP in exchange for crap speed. I would probably recommend a physical assault for as long as possible. And so. none of them should be particularly dangerous in its hands. 83 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . as its defense is a little lower than its special defense. but aside from Psychic they're all kinda weak unless they strike a type advantage. and Grass Knot will do nothing off of its terrible Special Attack. to say the least.. Throh is composed of a fully physical moveset spanning across four types. It's worth noting that Charge Beam does have a chance of raising Musharna's special attack when it hits cannot OHKO it. Talk to him to discover that he is Marshal. The main annoying thing is Sturdy . Payback. Retaliate. Sigilyph's main advantages come from its pretty good special attack (103 base) and good speed (97 base). Ice. This birdy also has Magic Guard. which will double the whole team's defense for five turns. It's moveset is a little weird though. Musharna's actual attacks shouldn't be too bad.well. so try and take it down with a ruthless physical assault! Caitlin also has two Full Restores to use. but is more of a threat than Throh. When you reach the top. Beating Caitlin leaves us with just one left if you're doing this from left to right. meaning you can't OHKO it again (Sturdy will activate any time the Pokemon's HP drops from 100% -> 0%). Again. Retaliate. The only thing you really need to watch out for with this thing is Calm Mind . Grass Knot Mienshao Lv. Storm Throw Sawk Lv. Fighting types are weak to Psychic and Flying use either to do the most damage! Second comes Sawk. the last battle of the four begins! :: ELITE FOUR MARSHAL :: Fighting-type Specialist Reward: $6000 Pokemon Level Type Ability Attacks Throh Lv. Hammer Arm. Make sure you use a Pokemon that can take a hit from Sawk.gamefaqs. Don't be too surprised if it outspeeds you. 48 Fighting Sheer Force Stone Edge. Still. though. Retaliate can do a little bit the turn after Throh dies. Ghost or Dark will do the best damage.. 48 Fighting Sturdy Stone Edge. it has 106 base special attack. Marshal's lead is Throh. It'll make things a bit easier for us. though. It's weaker to physical moves than special moves. so you want to do direct damage.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. pretty crap it probably won't move first. It also still has a fair bit of attack to hit with. Caitlin is also a user of the crazy psycho bird. Her ability is completely useless to the AI. considering it's using Karate Chop of all things. so it can be bloody annoying. it has a very high HP stat and decent defenses. This room has you get into a platform that resembles a wrestling ring . Caitlin's main is Gothitelle. Retaliate Marshal's Pokemon have some. It also has a good movepool to use. Electric. who has some of the defenses and none of the offenses. Musharna is pretty bulky. then Marshal will probably Full Restore it. Grass Knot Conkeldurr Lv.

Enter if you so dare.. champion. and the only way to shop for more Poke Balls. and the pink haired one on the left will heal you if you talk to her. Grass Knot is nothing to worry about at all.. this is certainly different from the end for the League. With Marshal defeated. you'll be free to move again.. and head up the stairs. See why I said not to bother healing now? Talk to her for a much needed refresh. then extend an absolute ton of bridges to the league. N eventually notices you. when suddenly. Are we the Pokemon Champion!? . Alder!? N has pieces with his legendary to summon a gigantic castle usual Elite Four. Mienshao is the evolution of Mienfoo and is both strong and fast.this is the only way to move in and out of N's castle. paired alongside some decent defenses and terrible speed. another member of the Shadow Triad will appear and give some details as to the happenings.. Conkeldurr is one we've seen once before in Victory Road. As you attempt to go up the next set of stairs. Mienshao. wouldn't you say? champion. Exit that room and head up the stairs to the right. The castle will rise damn tall. The third contains a couple Plasma grunts. The scene as a whole is incredibly elaborate. not yet. *Spoiler*'s Castle Take the path left and around. the elevator descends pretty far. but do what you can to finish it ASAP. just talk to the Plasma grunt in the Pokemon Center to get warped back into the castle. then Cheren will pop in from behind. Again. one of the members of the Shadow Triad will appear. Just don't underestimate the strength of Marshal's Pokemon! Or his Full Restores. all four of the Elite Four members are finished.. you will see rooms on the upper wall. as well as two more clueless Plasma grunts. Now we've got us a castle to conquer. The third room has a MAX POTION to pick up.. It is pretty frail in comparison to its counterpart Fighting-types. the first one contains a PC you can use to deposit/withdraw/move your Pokemon like usual. You're going to want to watch out for Hammer Arm. STAB factored in it is a pretty high 150 base. As with every Pokemon game since R/B/Y. You've then got a huge amount of steps to climb up to the north. It also has Rock Slide which is able to flinch. Both women also divulge details on N. but don't bother.. Psychic or Flying will do the trick. N goes up it. for he also has two. Keep following it up and you'll get to the castle. then exit that room. The second room has a MAX REVIVE to collect. If anything.gamefaqs. allowing you to pass. It's a very powerful Pokemon with an incredible 140 base attack. Enter and move up and you'll find. You'll see why. Once he 84 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM .GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. you'll come to the entrance of the champion's chamber. For these next few floors.and take on the sages. The first one contains two Plasma grunts who don't seem to have a clue what is going on. then uses a legendary power out of the ground! Well. we still have to beat the current champion.. Head up the stairs now and another Shadow Triad member will appear straight away and give you some more info. while the one on the right will let you teleport back to the league if you wish . The entrance to the Hall of Fame has been blocked by a fallen piece of rock. Lastly. Going from the right. Head inside.. so we have no choice. and you'll find. As you approach towards the second. and give some explanation as to the current happenings.. After three flights of stairs... I would normally tell you to heal up.. It probably won't go down in one hit. but can hit hard. No. The elevator in the center of the main part will now be active. which can be a threat with Mienshao's high speed. N has already beaten the apparently smashed the Elite Four and the current champion to dragon. for the record. If you do so. which is going to hurt off of Conkeldurr's excellent attack stat. the one on the upper wall to the left will give you an ULTRA BALL. it's a blessing if Marshal starts using it. then leave. This next floor has another three rooms. the Gym leaders arrive! Eight of the eleven Unova gym leaders will appear in the room . SIX Plasma sages! How the hell are you meant to stand up to that!? They'll move forward and prepare to practically demolish you. we have Marshal's main. Jump Kick is a 100 power move that can do a number and it can also switch out with U-Turn should it not be the last of the four Marshal sends out.. simply get on and examine the statue to descend. Ascend the black bridge. The second door contains two women. After more dialogue. It'll lead you outside the league. one of which breaks through the champion chamber roof. Again.last Pokemon music playing .com/ds/995081-pokemon-white-version/faqs/6102.

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leaves, check the first room here. This room is just weird. It seems to be N's play area or something from when he was a kid; the music that plays inside is even a juvenile version of his theme. At any rate, there's a RARE CANDY to pick up in here. The second room across has a FULL RESTORE to get, while the third has but two Plasma grunts to talk to. Head up the stairs to the right again. Long corridor on this floor, with a bunch of Plasma flags. Follow the corridor and attempt to enter the door, and Ghetsis appears! He'll push you back and talk to you, then strangely enough let you pass. It all seems a bit suspicious, don't you think? Either way, we have to enter this room. Inside, head up and you'll be given a camera movement towards N, who is sitting in a throne at the far end of the room. He'll come down a little. Walk up and he'll come down to meet you. He'll talk to you some more, then use legendary power again and summon his legendary! Reshiram/Zekrom will burst through the wall and land, then show off their amazing powers. Their tail will charge with their element, then cause a huge rush of their energy to course through the room. How it doesn't completely destroy the castle, I don't know, but it's a pretty awesome cutscene. After the cutscene, something happens - the stone you got all the way back at Nacrene City reacts! The Dark/Light Stone will float up and draw in the energies of the mascot of your version, then a cutscene plays. Zekrom/Reshiram rises from the orb and awakens! They also land on the floor and show off their power, causing a load of fire or electricity to go throughout the room. Really holy sounding music, don't you think? It's now time to catch our legend. Save or don't save; it doesn't really make a difference. For the record, if you need Poke Balls, head back to that Plasma grunt that teleports you back and buy some balls from the League, then teleport back and go back to N's room. You're able to come and go as you please, strangely enough. Anyway, challenge the legend when you're ready. For the record, if you lose in any fights in this castle, you'll be sent back to the League. Just talk to the Plasma grunt to get back into the castle.

LEGENDARY POKEMON ~ RESHIRAM (BLACK) / ZEKROM (WHITE) Level: 50 Type: Dragon / Fire OR Dragon / Electric Ability: Turboblaze OR Teravolt Moves: DragonBreath / Slash / Extrasensory / Fusion Flare (RESHIRAM) Moves: DragonBreath / Slash / Zen Headbutt / Fusion Bolt (ZEKROM) Base Stats: 100 HP / 120 Attack / 100 Defense / 150 Special Attack / 120 Special Defense / 90 Speed (RESHIRAM) Base Stats: 100 HP / 150 Attack / 120 Defense / 120 Special Attack / 100 Special Defense / 90 Speed (ZEKROM) Reshiram and Zekrom come with their own special music, which is practically a medley of a lot of the old songs; it's a bit difficult to pinpoint what they are as the instruments are different, but some of the tunes you are bound to recognize. Both dragons are pretty similar; Reshiram is specially based, while Zekrom is physically based, and the differences in their attacks reflect this. Of note is their Fusion Flare/Bolt move; this is the exclusive move of Reshiram or Zekrom, and is a 100 power/100 accuracy move with the category that matches with the user. It'll probably hurt a bit if you get struck with it. The other moves aren't too much to worry about, although DragonBreath may paralyze you. If you want to target weaknesses to try and weaken them, go for it. Reshiram is weak to Ground, Rock and Dragon while Zekrom is weak to Ground, Ice and Dragon. They're tough, so they should survive even super effective hits. Low health, status and good balls make a capture perfect, although in this case it shouldn't actually be very hard at all - Reshiram and Zekrom have a catch rate of 45, which is on par with the 100 legends such as Victini and Shaymin. Even Ultra Balls will do the trick just fine here. Hell, you can probably get away with just the low health and an Ultra Ball. It isn't that hard to catch. DON'T use your Master Ball - you definitely do not need it here! In the event that you end up killing Reshiram/Zekrom, you'll be sent straight back to the map and they'll be alive in front of you again. This will keep happening

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until you catch them. Basically, you have to catch the legendary to continue. Also, you don't gain any EXP from them, so don't think you can grind off them or anything.

After you catch your legendary and if you have six Pokemon on you already, you'll be asked if you want to swap one of the Pokemon in your party for the legend. Don't bother if you're really set on your team of six, but otherwise I would suggest replacing the weakest link (Rufflet in my case). The legendary will come in handy for the next fight. It'll also automatically move to the front of your team, so if you happen to have a bad lead it'll help fix that. The Pokemon you select in your party will be sent back to the PC. N will heal you, then challenge you to a final fight!

:: TEAM PLASMA N :: Reward: $10000 '''My Team: Zekrom Lv. 50, Excadrill Lv. 53, Lilligant Lv. 52, Emboar Lv. 50, Carracosta Lv. 50, Musharna Lv. 51 Level Lv. Zekrom 52 Lv. Reshiram 52 Lv. Carracosta 50 Lv. Vanilluxe 50 Lv. Archeops 50 Lv. Zoroark 50 Lv. Klinklang 50 Pokemon Attacks Fusion Bolt, Zen Headbutt, Giga Dragon/Electric Teravolt Impact, Light Screen Cross Fire, Extrasensory, Hyper Dragon/Fire Turboblaze Beam, Reflect Stone Edge, Aqua Jet, Crunch, Water/Rock Sturdy Waterfall Ice Breath, Blizzard, Hail, Flash Ice Ice Body Cannon Dragon Claw, Acrobatics, Stone Edge, Rock/Flying Defeatist Crunch Night Slash, Flamethrower, Focus Dark Illusion Blast, Retaliate Thunderbolt, Flash Cannon, Hyper Steel Plus Beam, Metal Sound Type Ability Notes Only in Black Only in White None None None None None

N is practically our new champion battle, and as such his team has really stepped up. No surrounding area Pokemon this time as there is no surrounding area! Well, aside from Victory Road, but whatever. His levels are slightly higher than those of the Elite Four, so he'll be a tough match for sure. He also has different music to usual; it's a lot more upbeat and epic than his usual track. N always leads with his legendary. As you can see, both are outfitted towards their best stat; Zekrom is physically based and Reshiram is specially based. If you put your legendary in your party, they'll come out first, and you can use DragonBreath to great effect. Thankfully N's own dragon doesn't have a Dragon-type move. Black players will be able to kill N's dragon quicker with their legend since Reshiram has a higher special attack, although it works all the same. Might even tip the other way if N's Zekrom gets Light Screen out successfully. If you didn't bring your legend, HIT THE WEAKNESSES AND DO IT FAST. They're both incredibly strong so you want to get rid of them ASAP. Black players should use Ground, Dragon or Ice moves to strike Zekrom hard, whereas White players should use Ground, Dragon or Rock moves to take Reshiram out. Then we get to N's other five Pokemon. Carracosta is the final evolution of the water turtle, and boasts a very high defense along with decent attack. It has a weaker special defense and is slow. Ideally you'll want to hit it with a Grass-type move, although watch out for Sturdy as it will prevent all OHKOs! N also has four Full Restores to use, so that can really drag a Sturdy war out. If possible, use some sort of status effect so that Sturdy is overruled. Also take note of Aqua Jet; if you have a Pokemon on low HP, Aqua Jet will allow Carracosta to move first and knock it out. Treat this thing with caution. You can also use Electric, Ground or Fighting moves pretty well. Vanilluxe is the final form of the ice cream, and is now made up of a double scoop. Cool. In two ways. Vanilluxe is really nothing special, although it does have the Hail + Blizzard combo, in which Blizzard will hit with 100% accuracy. You should probably take it down ASAP with a Fighting or Fire move. In fact, Emboar will do the job perfectly if you have one. Pretty much any Fire type works though, as this thing can't hit better than a not very effective hit on any Fire-type, so long as they

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don't lose their resistance to Ice like Reshiram does. Archeops is DANGEROUS! 140 base attack, 110 speed, no item and Acrobatics make this one hell of a foe to beat. If it hits you with Acrobatics, it WILL hurt! Outspeed and hit it hard if possible, since Defeatist will kick in and chop Archeops' attacking stats in half. If outspeeding it is not possible - which is likely - send a strong defensive Pokemon against it. The main importance is hitting it. OHKOing it is good, but as long as you can drop it below 50% it'll be a lot easier. Stone Edge will also be painful. If you have something like a Excadrill or a Steel-type in general that should work fine, but otherwise you're going to have to be on your guard. Don't believe everything you see. N has a Zoroark, whose ability makes it mimic the Pokemon in the sixth slot of his party. It's most likely when he sends it out it'll appear to be Klinklang. One whack and it'll be revealed to be Zoroark, but you need to watch out that you don't give it a free turn or anything! You'll want to be careful in particular with your Psychic-type moves in this fight. Zoroark itself isn't amazingly powerful, although it does have some good moves to work with. If you find yourself with a Klinklang out on the field, you may want to use Fighting moves for a guaranteed effective hit. Of course, if the real Klinklang dies before Zoroark, then when Zoroark comes out it'll end up being something else, or possibly even itself if nobody else is left. What will it be? Keep your guard up. Also, even on shift mode, Zoroark's name will be disguised as the Pokemon it's impersonating! If something weird happens, such as Klinklang coming in on a Fire or Ground-type, then it's probably Zoroark about to come in. Prepare accordingly. The real Klinklang is pretty crappy. Its strength is in its attack stat which N definitely does not use. Hyper Beam may do a bunch and Discharge may be able to paralyze you, but on the whole it shouldn't be that dangerous. As long as it doesn't hit something that's also been hit with a couple Metal Sounds, it really shouldn't be dangerous. Shut it down with a good Fire or Fighting move.

Defeating N will cause the plot to advance... even further!? Ghetsis comes in now and reveals a rather large but expected plot twist; the whole Plasma ideal of separating Pokemon and trainers was entirely for his own benefit so that he could be the only one with Pokemon and control the world. Alder and Cheren will also come in and listen to Ghetsis's rant. Eventually, he'll fight you, in an effort to salvage and continue his wicked plans.

:: TEAM PLASMA GEECHISU :: Reward: $9720 Pokemon Level Type Ability Attacks Cofagrigus Lv. 52 Ghost Mummy Toxic, Protect, Shadow Ball, Psychic Bouffalant Lv. 52 Normal Reckless Head Charge, Wild Charge, Earthquake, Poison Jab Seismitoad Lv. 52 Water/Ground Swift Swim Muddy Water, Rain Dance, Earthquake, Sludge Wave Bisharp Lv. 52 Dark/Steel Defiant Night Slash, Stone Edge, X-Scissor, Metal Burst Eelektross Lv. 52 Electric Levitate Crunch, Flamethrower, Acrobatics, Wild Charge Hydreigon Lv. 54 Dark/Dragon Levitate Dragon Pulse, Fire Blast, Surf, Focus Blast So we come to the true final boss of the main storyline. No champion this time around, but instead we have to handle Ghetsis, who is every bit as strong as you'd expect a champion to be. Six varied Pokemon, and they're all somewhat tough. Not to mention a lovely DENNIS chant in the background of the music on occasion. Ghetsis opens with a Cofagrigus, which we saw very recently in our battle with Shauntal. This particular one likes a Toxic and Protect strategy, inflicting you with Toxic and wasting turns with Protect to increase the severity of the poison. You should take it out ASAP; special Ghost and Dark moves are the most preferable here. As always, Mummy will change your Pokemon's ability if it makes any contact with Cofagrigus, so don't count on strategies such as Moxie or Own Tempo + a self confusing move. Bouffalant is something you've probably seen in the wild before, but this time it's under the command of a trainer, and this time is ready to hit you hard. Bouffalant's most dangerous move is by far Head Charge, which will hit you very, very hard. If you have a Steel or Ghost Pokemon, now would be a good time to use it, but be careful of Bouffalant's other moves! Earthquake can hit Steels for effective damage

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Guess our friendly mother did a good job of it. it is of the Water/Ground combination. Watch the following scenes. so if you have a Psychic or Ghost with Focus Blast that will work well. Eelektross is as always our friendly levitating electric eel. then the lower one will reveal himself to be Looker. Hit it with whatever you can. as it won't do anything at all. Ice or Dragon . don't expect it to die in one hit. Don't be surprised if you find yourself being blown away by incredible force! You'll want to target one of its weaknesses . Fighting. They'll end with N flying away on his legend.gamefaqs. It does have some pretty good moves to use including the new Sludge Wave move. the better. and Wild Charge will take down any Jellicent you may throw at it. As always.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. back from Pokemon Platinum! Looker will talk about locating the sages of Team Plasma who managed to flee after we took down N's Castle. 88 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . there's still another six to round up. if you throw a move at it and it doesn't kill it then it may throw it right back at you with 1. a lot more. Any Steel-type will resist the whole moveset. Hydreigon is the pseudo legend of the game. Seismitoad is one we've seen owned by a trainer before. Hydreigon. Metal Burst aside. Ghetsis's main. Otherwise something like Samurott's Megahorn might do the trick. which is basically a Poison-type version of Surf. thankfully. so you just have to hope you get lucky.with a Pokemon that doesn't have any weaknesses to the four moves it has. The sages are what I'm going to use to guide the walkthrough. Wild Charge is the one to watch out for in particular. This one is a tiny bit different in that it has the Metal Burst move. we've ended up back in our room right from the start of the game. It does also have Rain Dance but that probably isn't too much to worry about. As you can see it has some very wide coverage and combined with its speed it's definitely in a position to sweep you. huh? Go downstairs and you'll have. It still retains the same weaknesses to Fighting.Bug. The best type to use against it is easily Fighting. The other moves it has aren't terribly dangerous. is probably the toughest Pokemon you will face in the entirety of the main game.. the more powerful. it has no Dark-type moves. Nuvema Town (2) Now that we've beat Ghetsis and saw the credits. however... in fact. Special attacks are preferred but not essential. Tyranitar. much like Dragonite. and you can lie in satisfaction knowing that you've beaten the first half of the game! Of course. Unfortunately that is easier said then done. which you might notice is now tidy. Post Game Walkthrough This second part of the walkthrough covers all of the areas accessible after defeating Ghetsis and obtaining the National Dex. It's likely to be a very tough fight. Ground or Flying move. Just don't try hitting this thing with Electric-type attacks.. so don't try to hit it with Ground attacks unless your Pokemon has Mold Breaker! It has quite a variety of moves to use off of its good 115 attack although Acrobatics will also be decently powerful due to the lack of an item. Also. There's no way to be immune to it.who was also a sage . there's still more to come. going off to do who knows what.. Just as long as it isn't an Electric. While Ghetsis .5 the power with Metal Burst. That combined with Surf and Earthquake do give it some good coverage. but anything will do apart from Ghost. The remaining parts of this walkthrough will be devoted to that purpose. Metagross etc were in theirs and it is one hell of a force to be reckoned with. don't be afraid to use Hyper Potions and Revives if you need them! Be warned that Ghetsis also has four Full Restores to use. it's one of those Pokemon that has an annoyingly high chance of surviving whatever you throw at it due to its good defenses. There is one avenue. leaving it weak to only one type. Thus we've beaten the final boss.has been taken care of. Thankfully it isn't that strong but it is a bit on the bulky side. including new things to do in the western parts of Unova. as well as some extra parts afterwards. Fire and Ground. Grass. which will probably knock any Pokemon you have out. Kirkizan we've also seen very recently under the jurisdiction of Grimsley. so unless you're using a Grass move it may not die in one hit. The credits will roll. two mothers? Both of them will talk.

our ultimate objective is still to become Pokemon Champion. allowing us access. Also. Go through (just go as far north-east as possible without going through where the Cut tree is if you didn't see this cone before). We'll begin by getting the first sage. Metang L63. Xatu L64 | Musharna L64. Now we may as well start rounding up the sages. the addition of the National Dex has somehow removed this cone. the closest one we can find is located in Route 18. Now that we've seen the credits for the first time. Don't worry about it too much though . as a final note. they may well have been a lot easier than you would expect an Elite Four to be. you can get there by Surfing left from Route 1 and following the path through here. with levels ranging from 71 . The catch? Their full power mode has them all with six Pokemon. Make your way forward and around and a 89 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . When you go outside. Musharna L63 | Beldum L63. Fly to Striaton City and make your way from there. after go through the grass or around the wall and descend the stairs here. You get four to use . seriously. Talking to him will yield some storyline details and a TM32. Yeah. Beheeyem L63. you'll find Cheren and Bianca who will congratulate you. because it'll happen for each of the remaining five ready and waiting to face you. check any gatehouse and it'll tell you what route a swarm is occurring in.) There will also be swarms happening across the region now. Musharna L63 | Poliwhirl L63. Take a look at your trainer card . but pretty much any trainers you encounter that are unlocked once the National Dex is obtained will have an average level of 65. Ready for your first taste of high levelled trainer fights? You might notice the music gets quieter here too . allowing us to move freely. No longer! They are now back at full power. if you're really feeling lucky.good strategy and type matching will get you through. as you'll be able to get some non-Unova Water Pokemon! Hell. as you may recall. there was a traffic cone blocking our way through the gap between the barrel and the wall. so make your way there. it appears you get some box wallpapers for beating the Ideally. Reuniclus L63 | Jigglypuff L64. a Zekrom design. and the champion who you can probably tell is Alder by now . Route 18 (2) Make your way over to where we got the Waterfall HM before. I'm not kidding. head over to the Dreamyard.get used to this.77. Literally two steps above the barrel is an ULTRA BALL to pick up (hidden). Looker will appear out of nowhere and take him away afterwards .GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. and thanks to the new EXP system you will get some very nice experience as a result fighting these higher levelled trainers. however. I have no idea why. you'll get the SUPER ROD! At last. Previously. Make your way to Route 18. You might just get a Level 70 Milotic! (Don't count on it actually happening though. we're going to start seeing Pokemon from the original 493 in addition to the new 156 in this game.a Reshiram design.. You're going to have one hell of a time beating them at the moment! Of course. a Monochrome design and a Team Plasma design. dip the rod in some dark spots on the Route 1 waters. that's what we have so much extra content for. including the whole of eastern Unova and expansions to some of the areas that we have previously visited. an expanded version of your PokeDex that shows data on all 649 Pokemon as opposed to just 156. N's intervention kind of ruined that for us. Cheren and Bianca will leave afterwards.not bad. Musharna L64 | Natu L64. Next. taking the lowest current in Route 17. Afterwards. not bad at all. whereas those in the tall grass may reach as high as 60. Go there and you have a 40% chance of a particular non-Unova Pokemon appearing there. DOUBLE TEAM. we have a fishing rod. Parasect L63. a warning: there is a SEVERE level spike now. Juniper's father will show up and give all three of you the NATIONAL DEX. After Looker asks for your help and you accept. Prof. you can expect those in normal grass to be around 50.there is absolutely no record of defeating the Elite Four! The Elite Four we fought was broken and weak due to a smashing from N's Pokemon. You might well want to try your luck with the Super Rod. Also.gamefaqs. The receiving of the National Dex has opened up a lot more to us. Hypno L63. At any rate. After some talking. we still have an ultimate objective. Stantler L64 | Starmie L65. Banette L64. Dreamyard (3) Trainer Pokemon: Drowzee L63. Wobbuffet L65 Head over to the far right of the area. on the very south of this beach you will find the Sage named Lot. The Wild Pokemon in new areas will also be pretty strong. Also.

then return to the section you were in and fight the Psychic on the far left. On the right side you'll see a 3x3 grid of grass. There's a Strength boulder to push. wouldn't you say? Try and encounter a Kricketune . as well as one last Psychic running around and a visible TWISTEDSPOON to get. then talk for a bit. There's also some stairs. Tall grass? Yes. DREAM EATER. as well as some more grass. Continue south now. Below is another researcher running around who will actually avoid you if she can . Go to the top left clearing here to find a REVIVE. and the sage will be immediately visible. much like Lapras back in GSC and HGSS. You can also check the singular box a bit above him for another AWAKENING. She has another three Pokemon to throw at you. Don't hesitate to return to a Pokemon Center if necessary. and with non-Unova Pokemon to boot! Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Watchog Normal Tall Grass 20% N/A Liepard Dark Tall Grass 20% N/A Raticate Normal Tall Grass 10% N/A Munna Psychic Tall Grass 10% N/A Ledian Bug/Flying Tall Grass 10% N/A Ariados Bug/Poison Tall Grass 10% N/A Kricketune Bug Tall Grass 10% N/A Venomoth Bug/Poison Tall Grass 10% N/A Quite an assortment of fully evolved classical Bug-types here. SWORDS DANCE before you part. go down them. SPECIAL POKEMON ~ MUSHARNA Level: 50 Type: Psychic Ability: Telepathy Moves: Defense Curl / Lucky Chant / Psybeam / Hypnosis Base Stats: 116 HP / 55 Attack / 85 Defense / 107 Special Attack / 95 Special Defense / 29 Speed 90 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM .you might be surprised by what its animation reveals! Or it might have just been me. Go near him and he'll run towards you. There's another AWAKENING hidden in a singular box to the left. This guy has four Pokemon.gamefaqs. this creates a shortcut that lets you not have to go all the way around again. Fight the running Psychic to the right afterwards and then the researcher running around below her. every Friday there will be a Musharna who sits in the center of this grass that you can battle and catch. On the other side of the grass there is a HYPER POTION you can pick up. the ~10 level difference will make stat up moves and the like that much more dangerous. Be careful not to underestimate the enemies you face.. but I honestly had no idea it had wings. The wild levels here aren't terribly strong compared to some places we'll see. He'll give you TM75. Take them. as well as a hidden MAX POTION if you check one of the in addition to an X Speed she likes to make use of.. He sends out a Drowzee at Level 63! This guy will probably use an X Attack on it. but it's nothing huge to worry about. but 47-50ish isn't bad. so watch out! Luckily his AI is horrendous. There's a female researcher who will fight you without running. Now to head back up. Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Raticate Normal Tall Grass 35% N/A Kricketune Bug Tall Grass 35% N/A Munna Psychic Tall Grass 20% N/A Ledian Bug/Flying Tall Grass 5% N/A Ariados Bug/Poison Tall Grass 5% N/A There's also one other notable thing here. researcher will challenge you with three Pokemon.if you want to fight her you'll have to actually catch and talk to her. in the bottom right corner there are steps that lead outside. The grass has the following. Follow this route around and you'll be able to find a TM85. Go to the right and check the boxes in the center for a hidden AWAKENING. then go left. He'll also run away from you.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www.

head to the right side of the room and you will see there's now a large pile of sand allowing you to reach a door high in the wall. That's all to cover in the Dreamyard. but you can catch/find a new one each and every Friday every week. That aside. If you happen to want to get Telepathy onto some baby Munna. which in this case is also Forewarn. as well as rounding up the third sage. it causes it to morph from its normal form into a strange blue Psychic thing with a changed stat spread whenever its HP drops to 50% or lower. where we found Alder and Ghetsis long ago. The change happens quite seamlessly . try setting the time to 23:59 on a Thursday and letting it roll over. an item which can wake these Darmanitan statues up. As previously stated. Prof. It's time we see what those statues actually do. Make your way to the Desert Resort via Castelia or Nimbasa. Go up it and enter. but as far as things go Musharna is pretty unique. Relic Castle (2) As you attempt to enter.. accessed via a particular option on the C-Gear. you can only catch this Musharna on Friday. Once you get there.though signified by a sprite swap . The baby Munna will have a 50% chance of inheriting the hex flag giving it its Dream World ability. Fire/Psychic (Zen Mode) Ability: Zen Mode Moves: Thrash / Belly Drum / Flare Blitz / Hammer Arm Base Stats: 105 HP / 140 Attack / 55 Defense / 30 Special Attack / 55 Special Defense / 95 Speed (Normal) 105 HP / 30 Attack / 105 Defense / 140 Special Attack / 105 Special Defense / 55 Speed (Zen Mode) These Darmanitan are unique in that they also possess their special Dream World ability. that's certainly a new use for them! You will probably have a second one too from all the way back in Icirrus then give you a RAGECANDYBAR. Musharna can have either Forewarn or Synchronize. Use it if you wish. the applications of the ability are limited due to the complete switch in attacking strength. a special ability that can normally only be obtained by catching the particular Pokemon within the Dream World setting. Agree to do so and you'll be thrown into a battle with a Darmanitan! SPECIAL POKEMON ~ DARMANITAN Level: 35 Type: Fire (Normal). let's check the desert. you'll need a female Musharna to breed with any other compatible Pokemon. specifically. Head inside and make your way right to the bottom floor. Zen Mode allows Darmanitan to achieve an alternate forme that is generally not possible. Once she leaves. Now to actually go inside the castle.whenever Darmanitan drops below 50% or rises above 50% again . signified by a small staircase you could descend and a bunch of weird blue statues. you may be asking why on earth there's even an event based Musharna. which is known as Zen Mode. Next up.gamefaqs.if at any point a Zen Mode Darmanitan's HP rises back above 50% (ie with Leftovers or something) it'll swap right back into its old form. you can talk to any of the five statues and you'll be given an option to give them one of the candy bars. a Musharna should appear if you refresh the area. Juniper will pop out and tell you about the statues surrounding the entrance. If for some reason you want a ton of Musharna. Normally. but this particular one has the ability Telepathy. 91 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . then head to the Relic Castle. but I personally think Sheer Force works better for it. While Telepathy itself isn't too amazing normally (it allows the avoidance of partner moves in doubles or triples) it's unique in that it is a "Dream World" ability.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. There's one other Pokemon like this who we'll see soon enough. which you might remember was in the north of the Desert Resort. Well. The answer is this: this particular Musharna has a different ability to normal ones.. As it is.

one. In fact. Seems it is a guy! He only has one Pokemon. On the second room you enter after that one. so it may prove a little difficult. If you've been wanting to use Volcarona but couldn't be bothered with the huge Level 59 evolution level. Head forward and you'll find a Plasma grunt. you might not want to hit it with a Rock attack if you want it to live. He'll allow you access afterwards. which is incredibly high for a non-legendary. I can never tell with these overworld sprites) into the next room and then the grunt will attack instead. My Level 54 Emboar with a Lucky Egg OHKOed it with Head Smash and got 6906 exp out of it. Talk to him to receive a before he gets arrested. The first three may not look so amazing..GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Go in the next room. the room we're currently in (ie the one that has Volcarona in) has a different wild list to the rest of this place.. Also. a tough Level 64 Krookodile. but now we have a bit of a maze to get straight down and move into the next room. This is something definitely worth adding to your team if you have the room. due to quadruple effectiveness. this room is absolutely full of Claydol wanting to kill you. Handle it the same as you handled Grimsley's. Combine that with Volcarona's good attacking types and you've got one hell of a Pokemon to use. Specifically. Also. but take a look at those last three! It has a 550 base stat total. as is the room directly outside the Volcarona room. and I think it's a pretty cool Pokemon on the whole. CALM MIND The room right above us now is interesting. If you go to the end of this corridor like room. then this might be the chance that you have been waiting for! SPECIAL POKEMON ~ VOLCARONA Level: 70 Type: Bug/Fire Ability: Flame Body Moves: Silver Wind / Quiver Dance / Heat Wave / Bug Buzz Base Stats: 85 HP / 60 Attack / 65 Defense / 135 Special Attack / 105 Special Defense / 100 Speed There's nothing special about this Volcarona such as being a Dream World ability Pokemon. you'll find a Pokemon! This is Volcarona. the Pokemon we received the egg of a long time ago back in Route 18. through. Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Claydol Ground/Psychic Castle Floor 100% N/A 92 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Volcarona is amazing for two reasons . Net Balls are probably your best bet. Special Defense and Speed one level in the same turn. you'll decorations and the sage looking through a door. Nice to see some old familiar faces in Sandslash and Onix. its already very good stats. Go down then keep going left. It's the powerful and majestic evolution of Larvesta. find more But don't listen to that... who gets scared and runs. I find it a little strange that you don't even have the rare Wild Pokemon music when fighting this thing. Quiver Dance is a move that is only held by a few Pokemon . It's not really any tougher considering the trainer it's being controlled by.all of them Bug with the exception of Lilligant that raises Special Attack. Relic Castle Depths Trainer Pokemon: Krookodile L64 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Krokorok Ground/Dark Castle Floor 35% Level 40 Sandslash Ground Castle Floor 30% N/A Cofagrigus Ghost Castle Floor 20% N/A Onix Rock/Ground Castle Floor 15% Trade with Metal Coat This encounter list remains the same for all of these new parts of the castle. It has a catch rate of 15. Follow him (or her. Second. Ohohoho. with two exceptions. You can imagine the applications of this. but it should work fine. then go left one room. it can boost those three good stats even further with its near signature move.gamefaqs. On a side note. Quiver Dance. It should come back after you see the credits again if you knock it out though. knocking it out might not be such a bad idea if you don't want it or you've already got an Volcarona. catch it if you can. but it's an incredibly rare Pokemon all the same.

You'll get to see a cutscene of it departing from Castelia City. Chargestone Cave (2) Trainer Pokemon: Watchog L63. Get your itemfinder out here. then two Plasma grunts come and attempt to stop you taking him away! Get ready to fight it out a'll get kicked off the boat before you can even find any battles. then descend the staircase directly opposite you. this time you'll be in the tower like building left of the staircase entrance and you'll be on the opposite side of the ledge. but you will be able to go up. Go up this and keep going up every staircase you see. Pick up the valuable TM26. At one point the ground will turn from whatever it is to sand again. then the journey will begin. Possible items include BERRY JUICE. If you get unlucky . I've only managed to battle one trainer a go though :/ On the chance you do find go down to the dock a little to the right below the Pokemon Center. The sucky part is that the only way to find battles is to go around all the rooms and hope the people inside offer you a fight. RAGECANDYBAR and RARE CANDY. set your time so that it's a minute before the evening starts (ie for summer set it to 18:59) and then go on B/W and wait for it to roll over to the beginning of the summer hour. Cold Storage (2) Simply make your way back into the open storage container that we fought the Plasma grunts in ages ago to find the sage. berries aside. Follow this path all the way and you'll end up in a room with a singular staircase.. However. It won't work immediately but if you give it about 30-45 seconds after it rolls over to the beginning of the hour. though. Talk to him to get yet more back story and TM01. It's noteworthy that you are on a time limit. Liepard L62 You need to make your way to the bottom floor. HONE CLAWS. take the path north at the crossroads and descend the staircase. Garbodor L62. ROCK POLISH. which also includes trainer battles. To get to the Royal Unova. Scrafty L63 | Liepard L62. The next two visits we have are purely to round up sages. We won't see the sixth for a little while yet. Plus you can only ride it once a day. head to the very bottom to find the sage. all of them will give you nice cash prices and defeating certain numbers will get you items. There. There are still two things left to do that have unlocked in western Unova. Game Freak really outdid themselves graphics wise. The first is the ability to sail on a boat. though I don't know how long that takes. as there's a hidden PP MAX to pick up a bit below the stairs on the left. That takes care of five sages.gamefaqs. This is the basement floor. which it then begins taking a journey around. you can take a ride on the Royal Unova. you can either fight the trainers on the boat or watch the views of Castelia City from the deck by going up the stairs right in front of you. when you enter. A job well done. up and left again to reach a large staircase. Exit the room afterwards.. Continue going up the stairs and eventually you'll reach the surface again.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Fly to Driftveil City and go into the Cold Storage at the bottom. sir. Talk with him. then go left constantly. EARTHQUAKE here and then jump off the ledge and make your way outside. Fly to Mistralton City and enter from that side. Basically all of the food items you can think of. I've gotten it to work myself but it might be a bit weird in its execution. Once you defeat them.. If it's evening on your game. OLD GATEAU. If you're really desperate to get back on. the sage will give you is what happened to me one time . The Royal Unova You'll be led properly onto the boat.. The panoramic views are really very nice. Do so and then go left. talk to the receptionist and pay $1000 and you'll be let on. Once he gets forcefully vacated from the premises. You have two options. which you'll be able to hear as well as see. the receptionist SHOULD let you on. You get to see the Skyarrow Bridge up close and everything. so my 93 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . You'll ascend a lot of floors (if you look at the Wild Pokemon you'll notice the levels decreasing). however! You have until the boat makes a complete journey around Castelia City. then Looker will come and take all three Plasma members. LAVA COOKIE. turn your sights towards Chargestone Cave. After about two rooms you'll be able to go left no more.

Grumpig L64 | Gyarados L62. Dark Water ~ Basculin Water Surf Poliwag Water Fish Basculin Water Fish Poliwhirl Water Poliwhirl Water Basculin Water Poliwrath Water Fish Dark Water ~ Fish Dark Water ~ Fish Dark Water ~ Fish Use Flash immediately. I would recommend you bring Flash. Snorlax L63.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. simply due to the trainers being more Be warned . If not. allowing us to enter. --The last area to visit in west Unova is known as the Challenger's Cave. If you think you're prepared. apologies if it doesn't work so well for you. Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate 20% 20% 20% 15% 10% 10% 5% 100% 100% 65% 30% 5% 65% 30% 5% Evolution Method Trade Happiness Trade Level Up with Rollout N/A N/A Happiness in Morning/Day N/A N/A Level 25 N/A Water Stone or Trade with King's Rock Water Stone or Trade with King's Rock N/A N/A Boldore Rock Cave Floor Woobat Psychic/Flying Cave Floor Graveler Rock/Ground Cave Floor Lickitung Normal Cave Floor Sableye Dark/Ghost Cave Floor Mawile Steel Cave Floor Riolu Fighting Cave Floor Excadrill Ground/Steel Dust Cloud Surf. Remember the cave on Route 9 (west of Opelucid City) that was blocked by a fighter when we were there before? Now that we've got the National Dex. feel free to skip to the east Unova sections and come back here later. Leavanny L65 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Boldore Rock Cave Floor 20% Trade Woobat Psychic/Flying Cave Floor 20% Happiness Graveler Rock/Ground Cave Floor 20% Trade Lickitung Normal Cave Floor 20% Level Up with Rollout Sableye Dark/Ghost Cave Floor 10% N/A Mawile Steel Cave Floor 10% N/A Excadrill Ground/Steel Dust Cloud 100% N/A This list applies for 1F. Sudowoodo L63. Druddigon L62.the Challenger's Cave can be quite tough compared to the other areas. Gabite L64.. Crobat L62. Scyther L63. or the first floor. or the floor below the first floor. enter. A couple of steps forward and a backpacker will challenge you with a 94 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Challenger's Cave Trainer Pokemon: Golbat L65 | Dratini L63. Excadrill L62 | Wormadam L64.gamefaqs. Ninetales L64. Gigalith L62.. It's dark. he's moved out of the way. Manectric L63 | Furret L64. Cloyster L64. Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Boldore Rock Cave Floor 20% Trade Woobat Psychic/Flying Cave Floor 20% Happiness Graveler Rock/Ground Cave Floor 20% Trade Lickitung Normal Cave Floor 15% Level Up with Rollout Sableye Dark/Ghost Cave Floor 10% N/A Mawile Steel Cave Floor 10% N/A Riolu Fighting Cave Floor 5% Happiness in Morning/Day Excadrill Ground/Steel Dust Cloud 100% N/A This list applies for B1F. Also.

but otherwise. She isn't as tough as the guy. He's the guy dressed in black with the brown hat. Surf across until you reach the end of the water. There's also a PROTEIN to pick up just above. Head up the stairs near the PP Up then and take the bridge across. After you cross the second bridge there's a MAX ETHER you can grab from the rock on the left. Try not to overexert yourself here . be my guest. If you go right (keep to the bottom wall). Fun start. USE IT.. going up the steps and across the bridges. Once you beat him. The dangerous trainer I mentioned is very close by. Get onto the water with Surf and check the center of the rock a bit above you for a HEART SCALE. but still has four formidable Pokemon. Wild Charge and Heavy Slam to use. examine it for a STAR PIECE. You get some very nice EXP for it though. although he moves very fast.. which is definitely something to watch out for! Once you've defeated that hellspawn of a trainer (though I bet I overreacted a little). Go down the steps right here. at least. STONE EDGE if you move onto the raised ground above. Get back on the water and Surf over to the upper piece of land. huh? Knock it out of the air. Pick up the NUGGET. Aside from that. and they're all very good Pokemon at that. but might be annoying to evolve afterwards. then descend the stairs. for the record. He has quite a variety of Pokemon. Once she's done with. check the rock above him for a hidden ETHER. and then we can continue. I say formidable. If your levels are fine then it won't be a problem. Golbat. 95 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Wormadam and all.. There is a very dangerous trainer down here.gamefaqs. go in between the two rocks and face the wall on the left. Go up and you'll find some water. By the stairs. Also. Of particular note is his Snorlax. although her other three fit the bill. this guy has a mix of fast and strong Pokemon. The possible appearance of a Wild Riolu may interest some of you. but it's a tough fight all the same.. two of which are pretty fast. Thankfully they were sympathetic enough to not give this guy any healing items. when you see a rock after going down several Low Kick might work pretty well if you happen to have it. then make sure you have a fighting chance before you continue further on. Follow this path along. Keep going on this route. Get off on the bottom piece of land. If you have none. and you want to attack it physically. Surf around a gap in this rock now and you can find an OVAL STONE. I'd catch one in a Luxury Ball if possible to speed things up. there is only one path to follow. but maybe only some are. who can prove particularly deadly.go back and heal in Opelucid City if you need it! Also. Eventually. Keep following the path and eventually you'll descend some steps and have a choice between left up more steps and right. which most Pokemon players will know is a very destructive Pokemon. go straight right and check the rock for a FULL RESTORE. then keep going. Crunch. Well. although Grumpig can be annoyingly sturdy. then I wish you luck. His Druddigon also has Outrage. sneak past him and head east. as well as a few new PokeDex entries. Follow the path around and you'll come to a female Ace Trainer. SAVE NOW. This girl has three Pokemon. SAVE AGAIN. Although it looks confusing because there's a fair few different levels. which you will want to watch out for. Examine it for a MAX POTION. I recommend you shift your lead to something that can use an Electric move. His lead is a Gyarados.. his Sudowoodo has Sturdy. you'll go down the steps. all of which are quite powerful off of Snorlax's 110 base attack.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. go east and follow this path. then go back and take the left route. though hopefully it's special so Intimidate doesn't cause you too many problems. you can find a BLACK BELT to pick up. It has Body Slam.. Take the left route first this time and check the rock in the dip for a RARE CANDY. Go right first so you can pick up a TIMER BALL. If you have an Electric move. They aren't actually too rare. and a valuable TM71. though a Close Combat will do just as well. You CAN avoid him. Fighting moves are best against it. This guy has SIX Pokemon. if you go back down to the bottom of the rock and Surf to the right. If you want to avoid him. If you want to challenge him. Return now to where the path split (ie go back up all the steps) and head right this time to find a woman veteran trainer. then return to the female Ace Trainer and take the path left between the two rocks. There's an Ace Trainer a little in front of you. The path will split again between a choice of left with more steps and right. you'll see him. none of which are especially tough thankfully. keep following the path up and you'll able to get a PP UP in the top left corner of the room.

since you'll need to it to explore this route fully. At the top. Cacturne L64. Mantine L64 | Dewgong L64.gamefaqs. She'll throw a Rapidash at you. head right and you'll find a ranger to fight. that Stone Edge TM was a valuable reward. Tall Grass 15% Level Up w/Razor Fang at Night Amoonguss Grass/Poison Grass. it'll make your PokeDex completion a lot easier if you intend to do it. though I do find it weird that a post National Dex cave like this has no apparent secret. As I said. I hope you have Waterfall on you. She'll also give you a LEPPA BERRY as a reward for beating her. Tall Grass 10% N/A Karrablast Bug Grass. go right for TM50. there's hidden items all around. Tall Grass 10% N/A Zangoose Normal Grass. 96 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Your choice There's no legendary or anything I'm afraid. when you're ready. Pinsir L64. as well as a Cacturne and a Mantine... That's all for this cave.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. if you have Waterfall. Route 11 Trainer Pokemon: Croagunk L65 | Rapidash L64. Descend the waterfall afterwards. but you'll need to go around waterfalls and on the waters to get everything. head out east through the gatehouse on the right side of Opelucid City. If not. either don't worry about it or go back and get one. Now is the time to begin conquering the eastern parts of Unova. As you can probably guess. The wild levels can reach as high as 60 in the doubles grass though! Directly right is a backpacker who will challenge you with a Croagunk. Anyway. OVERHEAT. Tall Grass 5% Trade with Shelmet Pawniard Dark/Steel Grass 5% Level 52 Bisharp Dark/Steel Tall Grass 5% N/A Audino Normal Shaking Grass 85% N/A Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass 10% N/A Gliscor Ground/Flying Shaking Grass 5% N/A Shroomish Grass Swarm (Black) 40% Level 23 Paras Bug/Grass Swarm (White) 40% Level 24 Basculin Water Surf 70% N/A Buizel Water Surf 30% N/A Buizel Water Dark Water ~ Surf 60% Level 26 Basculin Water Dark Water ~ Surf 30% N/A Floatzel Water Dark Water ~ Surf 10% N/A Basculin Water Fish 30% N/A Goldeen Water Fish 70% Level 33 Basculin Water Dark Water ~ Fish 30% N/A Goldeen Water Dark Water ~ Fish 60% Level 33 Seaking Water Dark Water ~ Fish 10% N/A Well that was one hell of an encounter list. Pelipper L64 | Snover L65 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Vullaby Dark/Flying Grass (Black) 25% Level 54 Mandibuzz Dark/Flying Tall Grass (Black) 25% N/A Rufflet Normal/Flying Grass (White) 25% Level 54 Braviary Normal/Flying Tall Grass (White) 25% N/A Golduck Water Grass. the levels aren't going to let up at all. Tall Grass 10% N/A Seviper Poison Grass. make your way back to Opelucid City and heal up. get on the water above the ranger and move up this waterfall. didn't we? If anything. You can also get Braviary/Mandibuzz and Bisharp in the doubles grass. but we got plenty of EXP and items out of this adventure. Tall Grass 20% N/A Gligar Ground/Flying Grass. Quite an interesting mix of older Pokemon. Now. If you have your itemfinder out you'll probably notice it's being a bit on the erratic side. Pick up the HYPER POTION in the grass above him and then continue moving to the right. then Surf over to the left side and check the spot furthest left that you can reach (between the trees) for a hidden MAX REVIVE.

you'll find a lot more land. passing under the bridge. 97 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . The second has a girl with four Patrat. Tall Grass 25% N/A Bibarel Normal/Water Grass. Afterwards you can pass through the gatehouse to the right. then Surf up to the land. Wild Pokemon and items to collect! To start with. One of the flowers near the end of this small path has a HYPER POTION. The doubles grass is here if you wanted Tall Grass 15% N/A Audino Normal Shaking Grass 90% N/A Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass 10% N/A Basculin Water Surf 100% N/A Basculin Water Dark Water ~ Surf 95% N/A Lapras Water/Ice Dark Water ~ Surf 5% N/A Carvanha Water/Dark Fish 70% Level 30 Basculin Water Fish 30% N/A Carvanha Water/Dark Dark Water ~ Fish 60% Level 30 Basculin Water Dark Water ~ Fish 30% N/A Sharpedo Water/Dark Dark Water ~ Fish 10% N/A This is probably the most interesting bridge area out of the five in the region (Skyarrow Bridge. The baker in front of the caravan to the right will also fight you. but otherwise you won't be able to cross it.. Head back up the Waterfall to the bridge with the ranger afterwards. speaking in French. who will give you another LEPPA BERRY'. but this place has trainers. The first house on the right has a girl who will heal your Pokemon. She asks you if you want to hand out menus after the battle. Tall Grass 15% N/A Seviper Poison's beginning to build up now! There's also a HP UP to find in a gap enclosed by grass in the south-east of the area. or even in the game in general since it doesn't disappear after one use. which will aid you greatly if you want to take part in the Battle Subway. Tall Grass (White) 20% Level 54 Zangoose Normal Grass. Surf on the water below her afterwards and go straight left onto the land below the fence. Tall Grass (Black) 20% Level 54 Rufflet Normal/Flying Grass. There's a ranger to fight. Go down if you can. we can continue heading right. Tubeline Bridge. You'll reach a Waterfall. If you Surf further over to the right. Slugma L60. take the path up and you'll find a vending machine and a small relaxation spot. there's tall grass and another instrument person. She's the last trainer here though. Do so and then Surf onto the small island to the right and claim the CALCIUM here. The fight unfortunately doesn't give that much EXP since they're all unevolved. There's a backpacker on the bridge who will fight you. Check out the top right here. as well as a trainer here with a grand total of six though weak . If you keep going north here you can pass under the bridge. now you will see why it is called 'Village' Bridge. There's nothing of importance in the caravan as far as I'm aware. Get back on the water afterwards and Surf right. Talk to him to introduce another instrument into the song . Driftveil Drawbridge. Nosepass L60 | Amoonguss L62. I'm not sure how the whole process works but you can apparently get a LUM BERRY out of it daily. Electrike L60. Ekans L62. and all five of them will run out the house if you talk to her. Ursaring L64 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Golduck Water Grass. Go left onto the bridge. Moving a bit right of that girl. We'll see her again later on. talk to that scientist looking over the river and she'll fight. Seviper L62 | Combee L64.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Return left out of this clearing and head south. Village Bridge Trainer Pokemon: Zubat L60. There's a fair bit of grass here. Tall Grass 25% N/A Vullaby Dark/Flying Grass. Now. there's a barrel by the shore in which you can obtain the valuable LEFTOVERS. There's a couple trainers here. Talk to the guitarist here to add an extra instrument to the music! Return to where we entered and this time head down. There's also a PROTECTOR'' to be found at the end of this area.Pokemon.) Of course it has no incredibly panoramic views like Skyarrow Bridge. if you have Waterfall on a Pokemon you can descend it automatically. Head up from the right hand side and we'll actually be on the other side of the bridge. Grimer L62. At least on the Japanese version. Poochyena L60. Doduo L60..gamefaqs. Village Bridge and the Marvelous Bridge which we have yet to visit.

That's all for Route 12 .GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Phanpy L61. Beedrill L63. You can then go left across the bridge and you'll have a slight camera change as you cross. but this guy will add vocals to the music! They're not legible words or anything. There's also one more trainer to take care of. beat their bats and continue left. Tyrogue L63 | Weedle L63. and get a GRACIDEA key item as a result.. taking this route under the grass. then go back and go straight forward and pick up the TM53. Tall Grass (Black) 10% Level 10 Metapod Bug Grass. The Pokemon also has to have been fished up. Show him it and he'll give you a DIVE BALL. He doesn't seem to join in permanently for a while though. Leave through the gatehouse to the east. Tall Grass 10% N/A Heracross Bug/Fighting Grass. Oh well . Wormadam L64 | Makuhita L63. Battle the breeder by here for a SITRUS BERRY. Kakuna L63 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Combee Bug/Flying Grass. If you check near the upper left there's a hidden ELIXIR to find. There's a school girl to crush.. So yeah. Snorunt L61. Tall Grass 10% N/A Cherrim Grass Grass. Tall Grass 5% N/A Dunsparce Normal Grass. he doesn't look like a musical player in the least.. Tall Grass 5% N/A Audino Normal Shaking Grass 70% N/A Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass 10% N/A Beedrill Bug/Poison Shaking Grass (Black) 5% N/A Butterfree Bug/Flying Shaking Grass (White) 5% N/A Sunflora Grass Shaking Grass 5% N/A Vespiquen Bug/Flying Shaking Grass 5% N/A Unfezant Normal/Flying Shaking Grass 5% N/A Doduo Normal/Flying Swarm 40% Level 31 This route is very. the next house has nothing and neither do the two houses next to that. as well as a MAX REPEL in the wall of one of the eastern houses. a valuable Grass-type move of 80 power which a lot of Pokemon can learn. but it sounds pretty cool. Tall Grass (White) 10% Level 10 Rapidash Fire Grass. you'll exit the range of the fence. You can see from the Wild Pokemon here that it's mostly full of Grass and Bug-types. Tall Grass 5% N/A Pinsir Bug Grass. Route 12 Trainer Pokemon: Shuppet L61. ENERGY BALL in the dip by here. who is looking around in the center of the route. Aside from Most of them are pretty new too. There's also a hidden BIG MUSHROOM a bit above him. we're pretty much done here. You can do this once a day.. The third house has a guy who wants to see a specific Water-type Pokemon.head to Lacunosa Town via the southwest exit. allowing it to change into its Sky Forme during certain times 98 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Very near him is another hidden TINYMUSHROOM to get. Skitty L61. Talk to the guy to the right of the next house you see. so you'll have to talk to the instrument players again to get the whole track back on the game. Cacnea L61 | Swoobat L65. Unfortunately all of the instruments reset when you leave. Tall Grass 15% Level 32 Kakuna Bug/Poison Grass. There's also a woman in the Pokemon Center who you can show a Shaymin too. Go straight down now to find a pair of cheerleaders. at least in the sense that you haven't seen them in Unova before. Swoobat L65 | Paras L64. Lacunosa Town There is honestly very little in this town. for lack of a better word. There's a REVIVE in the top right. natural. Riolu L63. and another TINYMUSHROOM that is hidden a bit to the left of the last one. Slip to the underside of it by taking the gap right below the end and pick up the FULL HEAL. Surf won't work. then use the itemfinder to pick out a hidden TINYMUSHROOM a bit to the top left of her. and another breeder a bit to the top right (we don't want to enter the city just yet) who will also give you a SITRUS BERRY for winning. Tall Grass 20% Level 21 + Female Sunkern Grass Grass. Going straight ahead. Tall Grass 20% Sun Stone Tranquill Normal/Flying Grass.

with quite a lot of Pokemon variety.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Go down across the bridge afterwards. If you have Cut. Take this path around and fight the fisherman (who at last has more than just a Basculin. Qwilfish L63. talk to the man right above you to get the GRAM 1. there's a youngster circling trees that you can fight. Granbull L64 | Kricketot L64. Return back across the bridge and go left. Perhaps there's other berries too. head south. defeating her three Pokemon (including a very bouncy Shroomish). This girl here wants some (tele?)grams. use the itemfinder. then go down. Tall Grass 15% Happiness Lunatone Rock/Psychic Grass. but we may as well get the route done first.) Return to shore afterwards. then get on the water to the left and Surf left. Tall Grass 10% N/A Shuppet Ghost Swarm 40% Level 37 Audino Normal Shaking Grass 90% N/A Crobat Poison/Flying Shaking Grass 5% N/A Tangrowth Grass Shaking Grass 5% N/A Wingull Water/Flying Surf 60% Level 25 Staryu Water Surf 30% Water Stone Pelipper Water/Flying Surf 10% N/A Staryu Water Dark Water ~ Surf 60% Water Stone Corsola Water/Rock Dark Water ~ Surf 30% N/A Starmie Water/Psychic Dark Water ~ Surf 10% N/A Krabby Water Fish 65% Level 28 Shellder Water Fish 30% Water Stone Luvdisc Water Fish 5% N/A Shellder Water Dark Water ~ Fish 60% Water Stone Luvdisc Water Dark Water ~ Fish 30% N/A Kingler Water Dark Water ~ Fish 5% N/A Cloyster Water/Ice Dark Water ~ Fish 5% N/A Route 13 is a very large route. Octillery L64 | Sawk L65. Tall Grass 10% N/A Absol Dark Grass. you can examine the wall over here by the rocks to get a HEART SCALE (as always. defeat his Camerupt and pick up the RAZOR CLAW and GRAM 2 below (Yup. thank the lord) and keep going right. Seaking L63 | Feebas L63. Shroomish L63 | Nincada L63.gamefaqs. which we shall be receiving momentarily. Tall Grass 20% N/A Golbat Poison/Flying Grass. Make sure you're healed. Move down through the grass and you'll find an artist overlooking the scenery. Snubbull L63. a key item that you pick up off the floor. Kingler L63 | Krabby L64. and head out the town to the top right when you're ready. Goldeen L63. Strange). Continue down south afterwards. of day. fight the parasol lady then go out into the water on the right. and a fisherman to fight on the shallow water patch below that. cut the tree right below her to get a MAX ETHER. Tentacruel L63 | Magikarp L60 (x6) | Surskit L63. Start by fighting the trainer directly below you. Chimecho L64 Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Tangela Grass Grass. Metapod L63 | Camerupt L65 | Tentacool Tall Grass 10% N/A Solrock Rock/Psychic Grass.. Route 13 Trainer Pokemon: Buneary L63. Remoraid L63. Mothim L63. Quite interesting to find things such as wild Drifblim. Minun L64 | Farfetch'd L64. There's a DEEPSEASCALE on some shallow water to the right. That's pretty much it.. Tall Grass 10% N/A Drifblim Ghost/Flying Grass. You'll come to a path split. but I got a Pecha. it's easier than splitting Route 13 into two parts. Hitmonlee L65 | Plusle L64. The island to the left also has tall grass and 99 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . down the steps. Beat the fisherman on this sand bar (here's your usual Magikarp fisherman). Tall Grass 25% Level Up with AncientPower Swellow Normal/Flying Grass. There's a guy in the top right house of the town who you can get a PECHA BERRY from. huh? There's plenty in this route to do as well as a cave to explore.

head into the cave entrance down the steps. Electrizer. Now. and then another path split. but it may work in the main game.gamefaqs. Reaper's Cloth. Shoal Salt. Metal Powder. Talk to the parasol lady below you to receive the GRAM 3. giving us all three grams. but there are a lot of evolution items to be found there. The house to the left contains two people. a RARE CANDY to pick up that's hidden in one of the southern grass patches. Dubious Disc. return to where the path split. Infernape. Razor Claw. DeepSeaScale. the wild Pokemon are identical. Heart Scale.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. The remaining fourteen plates are found somewhere rather special which we'll see soon's useless. special items that will boost the power of moves of their respective types. This time the left stairs up. Emboar and Samurott) their respective elemental beam (Frenzy Plant. there are quite a lot of rare items to be found in that pile. Blaziken. who use the energetically dancing Plusle and Minun . we'll deliver them shortly. as well as a trainer. Afterwards. Dragon Scale. Blastoise. we could exit south into Undella Town. Move north now and you'll enter a new area. Lucky Punch. Serperior. there's a PEARL STRING to be found hidden on the ground here . Meganium. you can talk to him once a day to receive a certain treasure.. Secondly. Feraligatr. Do so and you can pick up the TM29. Possible items are: Black Flute. cut it down and grab the ELECTRIZER on the ground. this is the outside of the Giant Chasm. When I say treasure. There's some water above the house. talk to her for a small U-TURN. the old man on the left is the elemental beam tutor of this game. Blue Flute. Lucky Egg. return to where we talked to the old man for the first gram (just follow the path again from where you talked to the girl) and use Surf to get around the rock that is blocking the sand path by here. Big Pearl. but it will sell for an incredible $60. PSYCHIC resting on the ground. Charizard. route. They are powerful 150 base power moves with the elemental type of that starter. The catch? They are just like Hyper Beam and Giga Impact in that the user has to recharge after using them. This creates a shortcut between the Lacunosa Town exit and this part of the Route.then the the right. the northern half of the route. Up-Grade. Follow this path around to get even higher. Empoleon. Razor Fang. White Flute. Get back on the land and take the path north. with 90% accuracy.. New Gen V mechanics mean you can now switch on the recharge turn. as well as change the type of Arceus when equipped to it. Return back to the elemental beam house and take the path back to near the parasol lady and head down this time. I only wish this TM was a lot earlier in the game. Magmarizer. That covers the majority of the there's still a bit more to do. as well as a hidden MAX REVIVE in one of the northern grass patches. Blast Burn or Hydro Cannon). but Return to the girl with the Wingull we saw on the bridge on Now that we have all three grams. There's a STARDUST and a PEARL. Get on it and take it left. There's a guy dressed in black by here. Return to shore again and head left. then above you there is a Strength boulder to push. As you can They aren't all useful. Giant Chasm 100 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . sequence with a reward of TM89. but for all intents and purposes we are still in Route 13. Metal Coat. There's a set of steps as well as a PRISM SCALE to pick up (a new item that replaces the old evolution method for Feebas). Daily visits are recommended. which can prove useful. It's not something I'd recommend for competitive battles. I mean he has a huge list of items that he may give to you. and will teach any of the fully evolved starter Pokemon (Venusaur. slip behind the land on the right by taking the sand path just above it. if Return and fight the twins two elderly trainers over on this time take the right path. Go straight down once you ascend you can. Red Flute. Typhlosion. AND another STARDUST to be found on this path. DeepSeaTooth. If I were you. Move up the steps. Follow it through and keep your itemfinder at the ready. but never mind. but it can be wasteful all the same. go and heal in Lacunosa Town now. Yellow Flute. Return to the path split and the steps for a Cut tree. Swampert. Thick Club. King's Rock. Torterra. then push the Strength boulder on the left into its rightful place. You'll come to a piece of shore with a house. Protector. Shoal Shell.000 if you give it to the stone enthusiast in Icirrus City. then return to where we just moved the boulder. First. When you're ready to explore properly. Stick. Sceptile. You can also enter the house and talk to the guy to receive the SPLASH PLATE and DRACO PLATE. There's another fisherman to fight just below. rather than jumping off the ledge.

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Type Cave Cave Cave Cave Cave Cave Cave Cave Dust Surf Surf Dark Surf Dark Surf Dark Surf Fish Fish Fish

Location Floor Floor Floor Floor Floor Floor Floor Floor Cloud

Piloswine Ice/Ground Golbat Poison/Flying Sneasel Dark/Ice Delibird Ice/Flying Lunatone Rock/Psychic Solrock Rock/Psychic Jynx Ice/Psychic Boldore Rock Excadrill Ground/Steel Basculin Water Seel Water Seel Water

Encounter Rate 25% 20% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 5% 100% 70% 30% 60% 30% 10% 65% 30% 5% 65% 30% 10%

Evolution Method Level Up with AncientPower Happiness Level Up with Razor Claw at Night N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Level 34 Level 34 N/A N/A Level 25 N/A Water Stone or Trade with King's Rock Water Stone or Trade with King's Rock N/A N/A

Water ~ Water ~ Water ~

Basculin Water Dewgong Water/Ice

Poliwag Water Basculin Water Poliwhirl Water Poliwhirl Water

Dark Water ~ Fish Dark Water ~ Basculin Water Fish Dark Water ~ Poliwrath Water/Fighting Fish

These Wild Pokemon apply to all inside areas of the Giant Chasm. The Pokemon in the Giant Chasm are rather icy, although there are also some things from the outside. Start by heading left; just a little ways there's a branching path where you can take the upper path around to a rock, which has a BIG MUSHROOM hidden on it. Continue along this left path and you'll come to a Strength boulder; push it in and collect the exposed STAR PIECE, then keep heading north. The path is pretty long. There's a hidden TINYMUSHROOM on one of the small rocks as you approach the upper wall. Taking the upper wall across, there's a Strength boulder to push and a STAR PIECE to collect, as well as a hidden TINYMUSHROOM on another small rock. There's also a second Strength boulder to push in and a COMET SHARD to get, which will sell for $25,000 when given to the guy in Icirrus City. There's a path split as you approach the right wall. Take the right path to find a ledge; jump off it and head straight down. You'll eventually reach a Strength boulder; push it into the hole to allow yourself access to both branches of the path. Take this new path through left (there's Surf water above if you want a Seel) and you'll reach a set of steps. Go down them and exit the cave here. Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Clefairy Normal Grass, Tall Grass 30% Moon Stone Piloswine Ice/Ground Grass, Tall Grass 25% Level Up with AncientPower Ditto Normal Grass, Tall Grass 15% N/A Lunatone Rock/Psychic Grass, Tall Grass 10% N/A Solrock Rock/Psychic Grass, Tall Grass 10% N/A Metang Steel/Psychic Grass, Tall Grass 10% Level 45 Audino Normal Shaking Grass 85% N/A Mamoswine Ice/Ground Shaking Grass 5% N/A Clefable Normal Shaking Grass 5% N/A Metagross Steel/Psychic Shaking Grass 5% N/A This encounter list applies to the inside plains of the Giant Chasm.

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Strangely enough there are plains inside the cave, with some interesting Pokemon. Of note here is the possibility of Wild Metang, AND Wild Metagross! Of course, there's a spiteful trick with these two; their catch rate is a measly 3, meaning they're just as hard to catch as the majority of legendary Pokemon you will encounter. Get one if you wish, but they can be pretty damn annoying. There's fog covering this area, so it might be a bit irritating to navigate (it has no in battle effect though). Start by going through the tall grass on your left (note that the Wild Pokemon in the tall grass can reach as high as 65!) and pick up the MAX ELIXIR, then head north. There's normal grass too of course, and it's worth noting that the Audino here are the highest levelled ones in the entire game; they'll give good EXP if you beat one. If you encounter a Ditto, you may want to grab one, as there's a trade later on that you'll be able to use it in. To the top right of this left section is a MAX POTION to pick up. Jump off the ledge afterwards and head to the upper wall to pick up a REVIVE amongst some tall grass. Almost directly south from the Revive is a CARBOS, sectioned between some rocks. Afterwards, take the path to the right; there's a ledge but you don't want to jump off it. Rather, head through the tall grass and carefully go around the rocks here. Rather than accidentally jumping off the ledge, pick up the useful TM13, ICE BEAM located by here. Continue forward on the path now. Almost directly south is a FULL HEAL. Now, due to the wide open spaces, it's a bit hard to actually write a walkthrough here, so please bear with me. Continue going south. You'll reach patches of tall grass with a small rock on the side; keep going south. Eventually you'll pass through some tall grass and reach the southern wall; follow this wall across and you can find a MAX REVIVE hidden in the trees. Head out of here and head a little north, then go left. There's a useful TM03, PSYSHOCK to pick up in a patch of tall grass. Go left and up and jump over the ledge up north. There is a humongous patch of tall grass here. Slip into the tall grass near where you jumped off the ledge and go right; you'll come to a little clearing. Take it south and you'll find a hole with water. Approach it and all of a sudden a Pokemon will cry and a blizzard comes forth, transforming the entire area into a snowy wasteland. Now, you can either exit back into the main cave through the south-western exit, or you can see what is going on by going through the north-eastern entrance. The north-eastern entrance takes you inside another section of the cave. The encounter list is identical to that of the main cave - water included - but the levels are up by 10. If you head straight forward you'll come across a legendary! This is Kyurem, a legendary that has very little information shown about it in the game, but from several signs it seems likely that it is the third part to Reshiram and Zekrom, much like Rayquaza is to Groudon and Kyogre and Giratina is to Dialga and Palkia. It can be a pretty tough legend to catch, but have a go at it if you think you're prepared. I'd recommend saving before taking this one on.

LEGENDARY POKEMON ~ KYUREM Level: 75 Type: Dragon / Ice Ability: Pressure Moves: Glaciate / Dragon Pulse / Imprison / Endeavor Base Stats: 125 HP / 130 Attack / 90 Defense / 130 Special Attack / 90 Special Defense / 95 Speed Excluding special event Pokemon, Kyurem is the last Pokemon in both the Unova Dex and the National Dex at a high number of #646, as well as the highest levelled Wild Pokemon you will encounter in the entire game at 75. It's relatively powerful, to say the least. Now, can you see the evidence for Kyurem being related to Reshiram and Zekrom? There are two particularly big things I can point out. The first is the colours; Reshiram is White, Zekrom is Black. What colour is Kyurem on the whole? Grey. What colour is between Black and White? Grey. The colour certainly matches, giving it a possibility of being the legendary the third version of B/W focuses on. When you consider the last two third version mascots have been the third legendary of the trio, it seems very likely Kyurem is the third of the trio. There's also one very obvious link the music that plays when you fight Kyurem. Most legendaries have a standard theme, but there are three distinct legendaries that have their own theme, namely Reshiram, Zekrom and Kyurem! The three of them share the same music (with some very slight

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differences in the background), further solidifying the theory. Of course, compared to Reshiram and Zekrom, Kyurem hardly looks as imposing. There's a reason for this sighted ingame; legends tell that Kyurem's incredible powers of ice overwhelmed it and caused it to freeze itself, severely weakening it. You might also notice that the left 'wing' is broken; it's shorter than the other one, and quite stumpy. In fact, Kyurem barely looks alive at all. Could Kyurem be the broken remains of the dragon that Reshiram and Zekrom were once part of? There's also the question found in some simple mathematics; adding Kyurem's base stats together gives you a total of 660, whereas all powerful legendaries - including Reshiram and Zekrom - are of the 680 base stat total (with Groudon and Kyogre being notable exceptions at 670.) Kyurem is definitely weaker than the other two, and the reasons for it being so will probably be explored in the third version. It might even get a new forme, fixing those base stats as well as giving it the so far unobtainable Ice Burn and Freeze Shock moves. Of course, it's all conjecture, but the evidence is quite strong. Enough of the theory; returning back to the battle at hand, Kyurem is a Dragon and Ice Pokemon, giving it a few weaknesses. You can whack it with Dragon, Fighting, Fire, Rock or Steel to get a super effective hit on it; as far as things go it's a pretty bad defensive typing. Offensively it can be a bit more of a problem, as both Ice and Dragon have good offensive prowess (Dragon especially.) Glaciate - Kyurem's exclusive move - also has the ability to lower the speed of anything it hits, although it's a bit weak. There's also Endeavor, which will let it drag you into low HP with it. Not to mention there's probably going to be a rather severe level difference, amplifying the ferocity of its attacks. You'll want to weaken and catch it ASAP. It has a 3 catch rate like most of the legendaries so it may not be the easiest thing in the world, but it's certainly not completely impossible. As always, status is the key to an easier capture.

Once you somehow remove Kyurem, exit the cave (though I don't think you can get back to it once you leave and Kyurem has been captured, so make sure you've caught whatever you want.) You'll be atop a staircase; just follow the path around and jump off the ledge. Now make your way out of the Giant Chasm; either exit by foot by heading to the south-west exit or Fly out to Lacunosa Town. Once you can get back to Route 13, head to the way south-east of the route, and pass through the gatehouse to our next destination.

Undella Town
Pokemon Type Wingull Water/Flying Surf Mantyke Water/Flying Surf Pelipper Water/Flying Surf Wailmer Water Dark Corsola Water/Rock Dark Mantine Water/Flying Dark Remoraid Water Fish Shellder Water Fish Luvdisc Water Fish Shellder Water Dark Luvdisc Water Dark Octillery Water Dark Cloyster Water Dark Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method 60% Level 25 30% Level Up with Remoraid in Party 10% N/A Surf 60% Level 40 Surf 30% N/A Surf 10% N/A 65% Level 25 30% Water Stone 5% N/A Fish 60% Water Stone Fish 30% N/A Fish 5% N/A Fish 5% N/A

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Undella Town is a nice, relaxing seaside village... except in Summer, where tourists flood in from all parts of the region. You might also notice from the encounter list that you have one hell of a choice of Water Pokemon to get in this small town. Directly to your right when you enter is the Pokemon Center. As always, you can heal, though you can also get a PRISM SCALE by talking to the guy on the left side of the Poke Mart. Undella Town is also the only place where you can buy Dive Balls, which I reckon have a very nice design on top of being good for catching Pokemon encountered by Surfing or Fishing. On the left side, there is a girl facing the water you can talk to. She'll give you the last

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Flamethrower Normal/Flying Sheer Force Brave Bird. but coming off Milotic's poor Attack stat it's unlikely to do much beyond reducing speed. Be wary of the other moves too. but with damage too. possessing the strong Hydro Pump and Blizzard Dragon Pulse. Spiritomb 75 Lv. Braviary 75 Lv. Milotic 75 Lv. hit it as hard as you are able. Crunch.) This thing is slow. Bulldoze is probably Game Freak's idea of allowing Milotic to counter Electric-types. Dragon Tail Wild Charge. however. Double Team Hydro Pump. Eelektross you will have definitely seen as Ghetsis used it. although they aren't as severe. then your Pokemon will be forced to switch out and be randomly replaced by another one from your team. Basically the same as Roar or Whirlwind. HM06. either smack it with a heavy special attack or with a hard physical assault.gamefaqs. but has respectable defenses and pretty heavy offensive stats. Otherwise. Its typing means it has no weakness unless you use Foresight/Scrappy and a Fighting-type move and Spiritomb has some high defenses so it may be a tough one to crack. not to mention Hydro Pump hits harder anyway unless the Electric-type either resists Water (Lanturn) or the Pokemon has a quadruple weak to Ground (Magnezone).. She'll then challenge you to a battle. so it doesn't really matter which angle you strie it from. Enter the house above for a welcome surprise! The champion of Sinnoh. this means that there is every chance it might miss. Earthquake. Dragon Claw. This time it is in high power mode. as per her DPPt characterization. Eelektross 75 Lv. Stone Edge Cynthia also brings her champion music and Pokemon team from Sinnoh. but don't underestimate its speed if you have a large level gap. Shadow Ball. with the option to refuse. but it also has an annoyingly high special defense. Will-O-Wisp. I would highly recommend you say no. her Roserade and Gastrodon/Togekiss (depending if you want to go by DP or Platinum) have been replaced with the Gen V Pokemon Eelektross and Braviary. Cynthia still opens up with Spiritomb. if it hits something that isn't behind a Substitute or has the Iron Barbs ability. because it's unlikely you're going to be able to take her on at this point in time due to the extreme level difference. You might remember from before that Eelektross's niche is that it has no weaknesses thanks to Levitate. Dive is used only once in the entire game and it's entirely optional. DIVE. so Wild Charge is probably going to hurt if it connects. Of course. It is perfectly possible to just setup on Spiritomb though. Cynthia's Milotic returns once more and it can be as bitchy as ever. You can probably ignore it being there. whose 80% accuracy is respectable. Cynthia. Whenever you agree to fight. There are two differences. She'll comment on her appearance here. is currently visiting the Unova region. It's not incredibly fast. but Braviary might be a new one.especially with Hydro Pump. Milotic retains its usual weaknesses of Grass and Electric. although it does possess Double Team which is sure to annoy you if it gets going. Its offenses aren't too scary. but it's probably not something you should count on . Retaliate Fighting/Steel Steadfast Dragon/Ground Sand Veil Extremespeed. Crunch. Shadow Claw. so feel free to stick it on some random HM slave. Garchomp 77 Pokemon Type Ghost/Dark Water Electric Ability Pressure Marvel Scale Levitate Attacks Sucker Punch. this means Cynthia has two Pokemon that have no weaknesses (sans things such as Mold Breaker or Gastro Acid coming into play. Lucario 75 Lv. smack it with Ground. Blizzard. go for it. Just don't use 104 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . as in DPPt. Close Combat. and she brings her special piano theme with her. We'll get to using it soon enough. Crush Claw. Bulldoze. If you can somehow get around Levitate's effects. Its defense and special defense are equal.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. you'll see the following: :: PKMN TRAINER CYNTHIA :: Reward: $15400 Level Lv. stating that she is investigating Pokemon myths.. There's also Dragon Tail which you may remember from the Opelucid Gym. It does also get two new moves. HM of the game. don't be afraid to do so if you think it might work. Aura Sphere Dragon Rush. If you can strike it physically with either of those types. You can come back and agree to fight at any time. otherwise.

Garchomp's primary weakness is Ice. It has no other weaknesses. In Summer. giving you a Munchlax in exchange. Outside the villa (the big building to the left) you will see two people. it can hit hard and it may not die incredibly quickly. Basically. The in-game Garchomp were never quite so dangerous.. one of which will ask for a Chillaccino. Then there's also Crunch and Stone Edge to provide extra coverage. Also. although she won't battle you. Brave Bird is definitely the thing to watch out for. Ice or Rock moves will hit it for Super Effective and take it down with all due speed. The other two provide some coverage on the Special side of things. Lucario also returns. That's Undella Town's main feature.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. A bit left is some grassland on a slightly higher plain. Defeating him earns you a rather surprising $12. Garchomp ties with three other Pokemon for the highest levelled trainer Pokemon in this game. Braviary is however different in a few ways. Lucario can be a heavy hitter. Then there's also Extremespeed to allow it to pick off low HP opponents. She's also visited by Elesa. the almighty Garchomp.not that we needed it. which can be sold for a fair amount to the collector in the Icirrus City Pokemon Center. as well as an interesting type. the villa is entirely empty.. Braviary is similar to Staraptor in several ways. as well as use of the powerful Brave Bird. any of the types it resists. Defeating this kid alone was the first day. Rich kid. then Cynthia will be in the villa and rematch you once a day. it lacks Intimidate in favour of Keen Eye or Sheer Force. with Iris being excitable and running around constantly as usual. This is probably by far the most dangerous Pokemon on Cynthia's team. While it does lower Lucario's defenses. at a high Level 77. I will mention that Cynthia gives some great EXP. namely Electric. If you head up past the sign here you can find an item hidden quite sneakily among these flowery hedges. but either way Cynthia's Garchomp is ready to rape you with Dragon Rush and Earthquake.000. which is pretty much an irrefutable confirmation that Caitlin is the same Caitlin from the Gen IV frontier . it will hurt when it connects. A bit of a pity you don't get another 'secret' trainer or something. Otherwise. The girl is just some random NPC. then the next day 105 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . hit it with something neutral at the very least. Finally. speedy and powerful force to reckon with. although Retaliate can also hurt when Braviary first replaces an opponent. Lucario remains weak to only Fire. If by some miracle you have a Steel-type that isn't weak to Earthquake then it should be able to mostly wall Garchomp. DON'T use Ground-type moves unless you can disable Leviate. They'll also talk to you. Of note to watch out for is Close Combat. With its 600 stat total spread out in the most ideal of ways. Just watch out for its many resistances. so it's a worthwhile trade. just to state again. who will share some dialogue with you. This is the only way to obtain Munchlax or Snorlax in Black/White. so it might be worth abusing time to face her again and again if you think you can handle her. Cynthia is also in the villa. Skyla and but as far as things go it is pretty frail. although any of them should do a number on it. strike it with any Ice move and it'll take a lot of damage. Flying and Steel. when the clock goes past midnight you can then fight the kid and who I believe is his sister in a row. Ground and Fighting moves. She'll also have Shauntal and Caitlin as guests. both of which are a powerful 150 BP off of its scary 130 base attack. this is the BIG NUGGET. but it's going to be a tough foe to beat. but it has quite a lot of HP. but if you talk to the guy he'll fight you with a Level 60 Buizel. things will change. we come to Cynthia's main. however. but oh well. rather teasing you trying to decide what swimsuit to wear. An event has now been activated. After the fight he leads you into the giant villa where he shows you around a little.gamefaqs. Its defenses are weaker than say. it has a high Attack strength and a Normal/Flying type. you can attempt to hit it with a Dragon-type move. Notably. Eelektross's. Then the third day has you fighting them two and a third person. If it's Spring. and is a bit slower in exchange for more bulk. Once you defeat Cynthia for the first time. there are six members to this guy's family (including himself) and other the next six days you can fight them. Garchomp was the pseudo legend of Generation IV and definitely deserved the title. with a decent Speed stat and some good offenses. What occurs in this villa depends entirely on the season. The usual Electric. In Autumn and Winter. The leftmost villa (two away from Cynthia's) is populated in Summer (it'll be empty any other season) with three people. Caitlin mentions the Battle Castle. Good luck. Garchomp became a bulky. and if you can take it down then you can probably win. but there's a couple other things here too. becoming so dangerous that it ended up being banned in standard play.

then take a mostly negligible loss by losing on the sixth. Haxorus L65 There's also one more thing of interest in this villa. especially the crown. 1st: 2nd: 3rd: 4th: 5th: 6th: Buizel L60 Teddiursa L61. Wailmer L64 | Corsola L65 | Quagsire L64. Vespiquen L64. but as you can see most of the other items sell for absolutely incredible prices. this guy collects ancient treasures and will shell out a hell of a lot of money for them. Of course. Though they give some nice EXP too. Heal up if you need to and then head out of the town to the east.gamefaqs.000 per fight.000 Relic Silver $5. Lickilicky L63. Bisharp L65.. Lopunny L61 Bronzor L62. Golurk L62 Shuckle L63.000 Relic Crown $300.000 Relic Vase $50. Excadrill L64. this family's best use is farming cash off of them as they give an incredible $24. As it is.000 Relic Gold $10.500 Yellow Flute $7. Wingull L63. Their teams are as follows. where you fight all six. Kingdra L64 Donphan L65. Alomomola L64 | Shellder L63. you can freely fight the first five with an Amulet Coin for $120. Jellicent L63 | Wailmer L64.000. Jellicent L63 Pokemon Wingull Mantyke Type Water/Flying Surf Water/Flying Surf (Not Winter) Location Encounter Rate 60% 30% 30% 10% (Not (Not (Winter) (Winter) (Winter) 90% 5% 60% 30% 5% 5% 65% Evolution Method Level 25 Level Up with Remoraid in Party Level 32 N/A Level 40 N/A Level 40 Level 44 N/A N/A Level 25 Spheal Water/Ice Surf (Winter) Pelipper Water/Flying Surf Dark Water ~ Surf Wailmer Water Winter) Dark Water ~ Surf Mantine Water/Flying Winter) Wailmer Water Dark Water ~ Surf Sealeo Water/Ice Dark Water ~ Surf Walrein Water/Ice Dark Water ~ Surf Wailord Water Dark Water ~ Surf Remoraid Water Fish 106 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . On the left side is a Black Belt guy who is the third item collector of the game.000 Relic Statue $200. Braviary L65. That covers all of Undella Town. Golduck L64 | Staryu L63. If you defeat the sixth one.500 Blue Flute $7.500 Red Flute $7. The trick here is to lose to the sixth on purpose. is them three and the fourth etcetera until the sixth day.000 Relic Copper $1. I'd recommend you bring something with Dive as well.. most of these items will appear unfamiliar.500 White Flute $7.000 Black Flute $7.500 I wouldn't recommend selling the flutes. Since money hasn't been halved when you get defeated since Generation II. Kangaskhan L62. Heatmor L64. Politoed L63 Weavile L64.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Tangrowth L65. if you don't care about the money then by all means crush them as soon as you can. Lanturn L65. but there's still a bay to visit. but we'll be able to pick them up pretty soon. His desired inventory is as follows: Item Name Selling Price Relic Bracelet $100. the event ends and you can't fight them again. Chinchou L63. Krookodile L63. Undella Bay Trainer Pokemon: Seel

The Undersea Ruins is an interesting puzzle .GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www.gamefaqs. it's a track I'm quite fond of. do not waste steps! There's a purple wall you'll come to with some writing on it. Keep following the path until you come to a crossroads. Remember. I'd recommend you have Flash and Strength on you too if you want to cover everything. so feel free to skip a few paragraphs if you don't care about EXP. but I have no idea what it says. it's now step based. there are plenty of swimmers here with Water Pokemon. When you feel ready. containing the remaining fourteen plates out of the sixteen total. Activate your itemfinder as soon as you get into the bay Be sure to give him a recommendation by clicking the section at the top if it helps you! No Pokemon or trainers are in this place. Start by just pushing forward. and when those steps run out you will have to come in several times in order to collect every single item in here. Undersea Ruins NOTE: If my descriptions are terrible or you just plain can't find your way regardless. so now it's time to try out Dive. The first floor is full of the plate items. The link is: http://www. aside from Route 17 and parts of 18 of course. Once you get into the ruins. take this route going right past it and go down to reach another dead end. Take down her Corsola and then head down and slightly left for a male swimmer. keep in the middle of the paths. Shellder Water Luvdisc Water Shellder Water Luvdisc Water Octillery Water Cloyster Water Fish Fish Dark Dark Dark Dark Water Water Water Water ~ ~ ~ ~ Fish Fish Fish Fish 30% 5% 60% 30% 5% 5% Water Stone N/A Water Stone N/A N/A N/A Undella Bay is pretty much the closest to a water route there is in Unova. ignore it for the moment. There's a RELIC COPPER to pick up on this path. Continue north and you'll see another purple wall. continue heading forward. hugging the walls wherever applicable when you have to change direction. Those of you who have played RSE may notice this looks like a Dive spot and it is indeed a Dive spot. The music even becomes somewhat Egyptian like as it gets further into it. a female one below and a male one up north. At least. Knock his Pokemon out and then terrorize the other male swimmer just a bit to the bottom left. Take out both.gamefaqs. as well as a hidden STARDUST just a little further up. The rest of this is all trainers now. Go back a bit and take the path to the right of the purple pillar. Continue Surfing right for now past this Dive and you should come into view of two swimmers. which we will be visiting soon enough. Surf east from the male swimmer to find another female one. I think that's how it'd work. Take the path down. again. Head down so you can Surf right past these rocks. As you might You'll take a very spiral entrance into the ruins themselves. Head up to the northern part of the shoreline. then use the itemfinder and check this small alcove surrounded by rocks to find a hidden HEART SCALE on the bottom right face of one of the border's basically a maze where you need to use certain moves to get down to the lower floors. then Surf onto the water. Take her two Water-types down. but there are a hell of a lot of items to pick up. so this might be a good time to train any Grass or Electric-type Pokemon in your party. It'll lead you to a hidden PEARL on the coast. Dive has also changed a bit. That's all of the trainers. To maximize distance.. 107 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . You'll see a pillar. this time with a FLAME PLATE. press A on the dark spot and say Yes to dive down. Go to the diving spot that is leftmost in the bay (they're arranged in a sort of diamond formation. A bit to the right you'll see a female swimmer by the rocks. take a look at the map of the area by Mew Jadester on GameFAQs.. You'll see another Dive spot. go south past it to come to a dead end with a ZAP PLATE. minus the lines). You'll notice a dark spot of water.

and then go up again ASAP. then head straight back right until you hit a wall again. Take the left path first and grab the EARTH PLATE. then move up and go left as soon as possible. Take it up and right for an RELIC SILVER. Take this path up and then go left for an RELIC GOLD. head down. take the right path and continue heading down as much as you can. following it right to the bottom left corner for a FIST PLATE. Follow this path and go straight down (ignoring all possible alternate routes) to reach a SPOOKY PLATE. Now.going right is a dead end . the second most valuable item of them all. Follow this path moving up wherever possible. Head up and you'll find a RELIC STATUE slightly tucked away. then up for a choice between left and up. Return to the left/up choice and this time go left.gamefaqs. Head back up and left past the purple wall. taking the path up . do the spiral path to get into the ruins and follow the path until you reach your first crossroad. following the path. When you have to choose between left or right. Head up and go right the first chance you get. Return to where the Flame Plate was now and this time take the route north just north of the purple wall. Begin by going right and grabbing the RELIC COPPER just below the purple pillar here. then go down and keep going down until you reach the TOXIC PLATE. there's a RELIC GOLD to pick up in this corner. then follow through the ruin path until you reach the crossroads. the left one holds an RELIC SILVER while the right holds the SKY PLATE. That's all for the eastern entrance. take the spiral path. then right and pick up the RELIC COPPER just in front of the purple wall. take it left then go down ASAP. it is sort of counting down to how long you have left underwater. then go right and up ASAP. For the record. Come out of this enclosed section and then go right. so now exit the ruins and head for the northern entrance in the waters of the bay.. Go up. down and left (where you came from) and take it down. Go left. You'll come to another split leading in three directions not including the direction you just came in. and down ASAP. Go back to the open area and slightly down. You'll have a choice between left and down. then return to the crossroads and take the left path. We're running out of steps. then go down and right as soon as possible. going straight left and following this path until you get a MIND PLATE positioned in front of a purple wall. Head straight right now until you hit a keep heading forwards until you reach a crossroads. Head right and take this path up until you reach a purple wall. Keep straight left to get another RELIC COPPER. take the left path. Follow this path. The top right of this enclosed section has an INSECT PLATE to pick up. Head down and go right as soon as possible to reach an up/down path split. You'll end up back in Undella Bay. Go back until you reach the first part with a choice between right. when the screen shakes and a message pops up. then go directly left for an RELIC SILVER.. this time head to the southern entrance located at the bottom part of the middle of the water. so either swim around a lot or exit out the ruins. Take the path right when there's a split and head down to get a STONE PLATE. Dive in. Once again. then head right. That's all of the stuff we can effectively get from this western entrance. so we'll have to move carefully. Get back onto the split path and this time head straight up until you hit the wall. When you get back into the bay. Make your way to the top left wall by any means necessary. going past the crossroads and the alternate path down until you get a chance to move up instead. That's everything for the southern entrance. Dive down here and again push up to take the spiral into the ruins. Go straight left without stopping to reach a MEADOW PLATE.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Move back a little so you can 108 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . so swim around a bit until time runs out. When you get another split. Start by going up and then left ASAP. Again. so go right and follow this path until you have a choice between left and down. There will be four shakes before you get kicked out of the area. take the right one for a dead end with an IRON PLATE. There's a DREAD PLATE to pick up just north of yet another purple pillar. You'll reach a purple wall and a path split. then return to the split and go down. Down is a dead end. You'll reach the crossroads from the beginning. picking up the ICICLE PLATE located just north when you go to the right. You'll soon have a choice between down and right. then right when you can and grab the RELIC GOLD. then head as far north as you can. You'll come out to a more open section. use Dive to go down the eastern entrance. Head back to the left/down split now (near where we got the copper) and this time go down.

Go back down then left and take the second turn down. then go down and take the first right. Go straight down until you hit the southern wall... Once you get back up to 2F. head go back right and up.gamefaqs. so again you'll need to rush to it to get it out of the way. Now we need to take a path that allows us to get to the centre pillar as soon as possible. go down and left and pick up the RELIC VASE here. Next. Dive down it. then go up and right to get another RELIC SILVER. the third most valuable item of them all. descend the western exit. so swim around a bit to finish off the remaining time and get kicked out. another RELIC GOLD. then head back out and move slightly down. Dive back down and make your way back to the pillar. nothing us access want to From where you arrive. Once again. Head up north from the bracelet to get an RELIC SILVER. I would recommend the use of the western entrance in Undella Bay. head straight down and take the second right. take the first right and pick up the RELIC COPPER. Try to follow my steps as specifically as you can. Do so to float up to 3F. Next. then go right and follow this path to come across a purple pillar pushed a bit back from the others. First floor. as it's rather irate as to whether you've gotten there quick enough or not. taking the first Follow this path and you'll reach a purple pillar. grabbing a third RELIC BRACELET. Go up as soon as you can and keep going up until the second right. then take the first up. It will have moved back into place. Go down. which you can interact with but will happen. Go straight right until you hit a wall. Return out of this small section and continue north until you hit a wall. That's $300. take the second right and go straight right for yet another RELIC BRACELET?! Go back left and take the second down.) Continue up now that the pillar has moved and a message will come on screen. You'll probably run out of time again. Pick up the RELIC GOLD here. take this and then go straight up. Straight right is a RELIC VASE to pick up. but we did not have enough steps to finish everything. Return and take the first down you come to. Grab yet another RELIC GOLD to the right and another valuable RELIC BRACELET by going left and then down. your time is probably running out unless you ran out before. take the upper path around and it'll ask if you move a floor. go down and take the first right. There's another three floors. allowing you access. Go through this then straight up and straight left. then go left and up for an RELIC SILVER. taking the left and following this path to reach another RELIC STATUE. go slightly down and take a straight right. the down. then follow this path until you have a choice between right and down. then go right. Back on 2F. although at any rate we have picked up every single one of the plates now. allowing through. then the next down you come to and pick up the RELIC BRACELET here. From there.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. then do so and go right when the chance comes. Now that we're finally on 2F. then come out and continue left. Go down to the wall. then up past a purple pillar. Go a bit more left then straight down. then right ASAP and pick up the RELIC GOLD. and with that we have picked up every item in the first floor of the ruins! Yeah. then straight left to find the last item on 3F. then right and up. reach the pillar ASAP and get back up to 2F. then up for yet another RELIC COPPER. go straight right (if you happen to get kicked out just dive back in and make your way back to 3F with all the same techniques as before) and grab another RELIC VASE in this top right corner. then left and up. Next. exit the ruins and try again.000 right there! Go back to the crossroads then go straight north and grab the RELIC STATUE. I'm going to assume you haven't yet. As such. then go up ASAP and take second right. Exit the ruins somehow or almost drown and get kicked out to get back to the bay. that's right. go down and take the first left. straight left and take the second down. taking the last down and picking up the RELIC VASE here. then keep going until you reach the crossroads. (Unfortunately you do seem to have need to have gotten there very fast in order for it to shift. 109 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Now. Go down now and take the first right. There's now a split path. Go up and take the second right. take the left turn and then go down again for yet another RELIC BRACELET. if it won't budge. What to do? Use Flash! The pillar will shift out of the way. We're not done with 2F yet. Interact with it and it should slide out of the way. select Yes and you'll float up to the next floor of the ruins.

which is good considering the insane amounts you can get now. From where you end up after floating up. watery and sometimes foggy route. the final floor.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www.999 barrier that was there in previous Pokemon titles. meaning we have finally completed the Undersea Ruins. Poliwrath L64 | Numel L65 | Purugly L68. which can certainly save you time if you're trying to complete your PokeDex. Head straight forward to collect the RELIC CROWN. Now we just need to get to 4F. your money can go above the $999.gamefaqs. Corphish L62. There's quite a few interesting Wild Pokemon here too. It's quite a nice one. It's not like you'll need them to. Taking just those four items into account . when you're ready to continue. beat his three (watch out for that speedy Close Combat Primeape!) and continue. Tall Grass 15% N/A Mienfoo Fighting Grass 10% Level 50 Mienshao Fighting Tall Grass 10% N/A Altaria Dragon/Flying Grass. and begin the penultimate chapter of our post credits adventure! Route 14 Trainer Pokemon: Barboach L62. At any rate.. Dodrio L68. For the record. You'll come to a purple pillar. go down onto the bridge and fight the fisherman. I think. Tall Grass 5% N/A Audino Normal Shaking Grass 95% N/A Wigglytuff Normal Shaking Grass 5% N/A Yanma Bug/Flying Swarm 40% Level Up with AncientPower Basculin Water Surf 70% N/A Buizel Water Surf 30% N/A Buizel Water Dark Water ~ Surf 60% Level 26 Basculin Water Dark Water ~ Surf 30% N/A Floatzel Water Dark Water ~ Surf 10% N/A Basculin Water Fish 30% N/A Goldeen Water Fish 70% Level 33 Basculin Water Dark Water ~ Fish 30% N/A Goldeen Water Dark Water ~ Fish 60% Level 33 Seaking Water Dark Water ~ Fish 10% N/A Route 14 is a rather grassy. bracelet and vase. Tall Grass 10% N/A Beheeyem Psychic Grass. then Surf on the water to the right and check the top right wall tile for a MAX ELIXIR. I'm gonna start these directions from where we came up to 3F. you don't even need to spend that much. Walrein L68 | Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Golduck Water Grass. Tall Grass 20% N/A Jigglypuff Normal Grass. use Strength! It'll shift out of the can make a total of $1.. At any rate. Tall Grass 10% N/A Drifblim Ghost/Flying Grass. Piloswine L63. heal if necessary and get rich by giving the treasure to that guy in the big villa if you wish. Tall Grass 20% Moon Stone Tropius Grass/Flying Whiscash L62. I hope you have something with Waterfall here. You might well get kicked out around here like I did.000 just by selling them to him. go the southern parts of Undella Town to enter the next route. not to mention you can catch Wild Mienshao and Beheeyem. Carvanha L62 | Primeape L64.assuming you got every single one of them in the ruins .600. although there are some trainers here with some very high levelled Pokemon. When you get up onto the first part with the grass. Get back on the bridge then continue down and follow the land path.they never regenerate or anything. go straight up to the wall. I have no clue where the collector gets his money from. With no Game Corner. Drown yourself or exit the ruins to get back out to Undella Bay. then left. as you will need it to get everything this route has to offer. Go straight down to the wall. Lapras L68 | Hippopotas L63. This time. Now THAT was quite an area.. Probopass L63 | Absol L68.. allowing you to float up to 4F. but is closely followed by the statue. then down again and take the right here. You'll end up by a fighter on another bridge. Scrafty L64. Tall Grass 10% N/A Shuckle Bug/Rock Grass. 110 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . but make full use of it! For the record. The crown sells for the most. 4F is a very spacey floor. the items in the ruins are finite . Espeon L68. then head back to Undella Town. though. then straight right and take the third gap down.

since it can be quite a bitchy fight with all of those status effects flying around. BULK UP and get arrested by Looker. To the left is an Ace Trainer with some incredibly strong Pokemon. unfortunately.. At the bottom. Surf a bit left and you'll see the last sage! Get off on the left piece of land and talk to him. There's no real conclusion to this sage quest. a male one this time who also has three Level 68 Pokemon. She has a Purugly. There's a backpacker just ahead with a Numel. then get on the water and descend this waterfall. Dodrio and Walrein. Surf right and you can find another Ace Trainer. then follow this land to the northern part. Fight him if you dare. Tall Grass Grass. all at a very high level of 68. Masquerain L61 | Horsea L63. the tall grass is just above if you want to take a look in it. Tall Grass Ponyta L63. Tall Grass Cottonee Grass (Black) Grass. Spinarak L61. After that fight. Enter.gamefaqs. but that's it. Tall Grass Grass. Once she's done for. Sunkern L63 | Burmy L63. Pineco L61. Tall Grass Murkrow Dark/Flying (Black) Grass. Tall Grass Misdreavus Ghost (White) Audino Normal Shaking Grass Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass Honchkrow Dark/Flying Shaking Grass (Black) Mismagius Ghost Shaking Grass (White) Whimsicott Grass Shaking Grass (Black) Lilligant Grass Shaking Grass (White) Ninetales Fire Shaking Grass Basculin Water Surf Slowpoke Slowpoke Basculin Slowbro Slowking Basculin Goldeen Basculin Water/Psychic Water/Psychic Water Water/Psychic Water/Psychic Water Water Water Surf Dark Water ~ Surf Dark Dark Dark Fish Fish Dark Water ~ Surf Water ~ Surf Water ~ Surf Water ~ Fish 111 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Surf across to the left side (don't jump off the ledge!) and you'll find an opening to a new area. Tall Grass Petilil Grass (White) Bronzong Grass Grass. You'll reach a grassy part of the route. get on the water and Surf across to pick up an ULTRA BALL. He'll give you TM08. That Purugly happens to have both Swagger and Attract to try and disable you. head up the steps to the left. Looker's dialogue will be extended a tiny bit including farewells and whatnot.. Abundant Shrine Trainer Pokemon: Caterpie L61. Surf across to more land and pick up the REAPER CLOTH. this guy is more offensively based. get back on the water and go up this waterfall to the left. Ledyba L63. Walrein especially. carrying an Absol. Ninjask L63 | Pokemon Chimecho Vulpix Noctowl Stantler Type Psychic Fire Normal/Flying Normal Location Encounter Rate 30% 20% 15% 10% 10% 10% 10% 5% 5% 75% 10% 5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 70% 30% 60% 30% 5% 5% 30% 70% 30% Evolution Method N/A Fire Stone N/A N/A Sun Stone Sun Stone N/A Dusk Stone Dusk Stone N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Level 37 or Trade with King's Rock Level 37 or Trade with King's Rock N/A N/A N/A N/A Level 33 N/A Grass. Tall Grass Grass. You can get some pretty good EXP off of them. Maybe something extra in the third version? Continue left to fight a hiker. ending the sidequest. Tall Grass Grass. Espeon and Lapras. you may want to save before fighting. Sawsbuck L63. Afterwards. go north through the tall grass and get on the water.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. After that. Scolipede L61. so watch out! Go back to Undella and heal afterwards if necessary. Tangela L63 | Yanma L63.

Goldeen Seaking Water Water Dark Water ~ Fish Dark Water ~ Fish 60% 10% Level 33 N/A The Abundant Shrine has another lot of new old Pokemon to find. Keep going on this path and you'll find a RAZOR FANG to pick up. there are three kids who will mutter some stuff about the shrine by here. Use your itemfinder to locate the exact position if necessary. Landorus has a couple weaknesses. way too many times ffffff) continue up further and fight another youngster. He won't fight you immediately and will stay there indefinitely until you defeat or capture him. then go up the steps and fight the Lass here. . Those two always seem to get split apart now. If you head up the steps north. There's also a RARE CANDY hidden in the bottom right. of course. I mentioned there was a third named Landorus? Well. Check the part in between the trees for another TINYMUSHROOM. TRICK ROOM to pick up in the bottom right. the top left corner (the wall tile) holds a TINYMUSHROOM for you to pick up. Anyway. Land on the small bit of land in the middle and check the left part of the top tree for a hidden BIG MUSHROOM. again with bugs. that's it. Hidden. give it a go and challenge him! LEGENDARY POKEMON ~ LANDORUS Level: 70 Type: Ground/Flying Ability: Sand Force Moves: Rock Slide / Earthquake / Sandstorm / Fissure Base Stats: 89 HP / 125 Attack / 90 Defense / 115 Special Attack / 80 Special Defense / 101 Speed Landorus' stats are a bit different to the other two. GTS won't work due to the fact you cannot see the other legend. You'll have to trade with a friend/person who has the opposite version. Challenger's Cave is the only exception to the usual rule of a random dungeon holding a legendary! The legendary here is a little harder to access though. Landorus will appear and float down towards you..gamefaqs. especially combined with the Fissure move that can OHKO any of your Pokemon. while the other two have a 580 base stat total with identical stats. Whatever happened to Bug Catchers? If you go into the tall grass. Once you manage to obtain both. then take the path south and follow it around for the valuable TM35. but to get him you need both Tornadus AND Thundurus in your party. A trade is absolutely required if you want to get Landorus. Earthquake and Rock Slide to use it with. Once they've gone. Just like what happened in Platinum . then go to the far right and up._. resting in front of the shrine. You'll reach a section with more tall grass. get onto the water to the right. then continue Surfing over to the right. Return to where the youngster is afterwards and head left. then go right and pick up the HYPER POTION here. and you might notice Landorus has Sandstorm.. have them in your party and interact with the shrine. Fend off her Grass-types.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. then talk to the girl here to get in a fight. there's a TM92. It's ability also powers up then (I use then way. Strongest of these is Ice. but Landorus' BST is 600. Rock and Steel moves in a sandstorm. If you get on the water by here. If you've got him there and you feel prepared. Landorus is here. Remember when we released our Japanese god Pokemon (Tornadus or Thundurus) before. Defeat his collection of bugs.Or is it? Of course. you can find a BALMMUSHROOM hidden in the upper wall. Then there's Water and. head forward and around the mud patches. giving him greater physical strength and bulk at the cost of some speed and special attack. You'll want to be careful.. including a new version exclusive in the form of either Murkrow or Misdreavus. as they are version exclusive. The accuracy only gets better with the level difference. There's just no way to make him appear without having both Tornadus and Thundurus in your party. FLAMETHROWER. Get back on the land and this time go up north past the house and fight the youngster walking around the grass. That's everything for this area.. Go up the steps and check the left corner here for a TINYMUSHROOM. I bet neither will be in the third version too.. however. you're not going to have a random place like this without a legendary. Ground and Flying cover 112 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . to which it is quadruple weak to. Landorus' are slightly rearranged. Quite a scary moveset. The problem is of course that you can only get one of the two in your game.

catch. Black City will contain several NPCs in the outside parts of the city. Pokemon White players will find White Forest here. which is a very possible reference to Landorus is nothing to do with genies.) The items that you can buy or find also change depending on which trainers/Pokemon are present in the area. I might be wrong about some of that. As I stated in one of the sections prior to the actual walkthrough. so you better hope you get a good draw. White Forest is a bright. it is apparently possible to have anywhere from 0 to 3 items a day. Now. rather than hidden. which I believe is 30 .. if that counts . which means if nobody in your lives has a copy of Black or White. this has to be done over local wireless.gamefaqs. then you're stuck with whatever you get when you start the game with no way to change it. head out the southern exit of Route 14. although Black City can be helpful for EXP. Landorus is the same as any other legend. Black City also has a large central building which houses a private shop which may contain some rare items such as Heart Scales or the elemental stones. although the prices are hefty. I believe. but it's not something that I've personally confirmed.or at the very least add new content to it. and the only way to increase this selection is to use the Entralink feature to visit another person's Black City or White Forest. Try to sleep it so it can't attack if possible. Black City / White Forest Now this is probably the biggest difference between Pokemon Black and Pokemon White. Those items we picked up in the ruins might be useful for these. 113 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . nature filled area with a zoomed out camera and very tall trees. as it resembles one. White Forest has no battles. I THINK the items are visible. as much the Japanese fertility god. so I don't think it's possible to get ALL of the items or ALL of the trainers/Pokemon at any point. Those of you who are playing Pokemon Black will find Black City here. and the items that you are able to buy or find are predetermined when you start the game. From this it may seem that White Forest is the obvious choice. In the case that a wild Pokemon in White Forest has a branched evolution.and must otherwise be brought in using the PokeTransfer. One the area it rests in is the 'Abundant Landorus' origins. Their Pokemon have quite a wide range in levels. These Wild Pokemon are different. but as it is there's only a handful of Pokemon who can resist the Ground and Rock combination including Flygon. Gliscor and Landorus got pretty lucky. You'll only have a small selection of items and Pokemon to begin with.aside from possibly the Dream World. so watch out if you aren't healed fully. making for a total of thirty-six Pokemon that can be seen in Black City (due to Gardevoir/Gallade. Beautifly/Dustox and Vileplume/Bellossom. Normally. however. Their fully evolved forms are used by trainers in Black City. but in exchange allows you to catch Wild Pokemon at Level 5. Of course.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. There's a total of thirty-three Pokemon that can be found wild in White and as such that means there's an extra thirty-three Pokemon (PLUS their evolutions) that are exclusive to White in addition to those that already are. Talking to any of these NPCs will almost immediately put you into a battle with them. status. allowing their final forms to be added to your PokeDex and hence can be asked for on the GTS. Incredibly unfortunately. Landorus is based on alternate romanization of the Japanese name of Shrine'. then the corresponding Black City trainer will use both evolutions of that basic Pokemon.. Both Pokemon and items change to match the Black City/White Forest that you are visiting with the Entralink. If it's impossible to Entralink. It's kind of a question of whether you can PokeTransfer/trade with other people or not. the area in this location actually differs entirely depending on which version you are playing. rather than adding to it. In fact. then it's impossible to change your area at all . in the sense that the Pokemon you can find in White Forest are ones that are located nowhere else in Unova . you won't get an option to refuse. Black City is a dark and rather large city (as you'll see from the zoom out) that is known for its heavy battling. eachother's weaknesses pretty well. but it's looking more and more like a worst case scenario each time I see it. with leaves blowing in the wind and most notably a ton of wild Pokemon grass all over the place. On the other hand. weaken.67 inclusive. particularly due to the fact that these trainers will rematch you once a day. You'll want to be careful of those powerful moves. White Forest also has the possibility of rare items such as evolution stones randomly appearing on the ground. the catch? The Pokemon that you either fight or find. Claydol and Garchomp. As for the actual legend. the Inari. As with the other two. your options are likely to be limited unless you have tons of friends with the game. Once you're ready to continue. possibly with some ponds too.

65 Gothitelle. Hoppip. 65 Excadrill and Lv. NOTE: There have been strange cases where people have entered Black City and White Forest for the first time and found absolutely nothing there aside from the Pokemon Center. Medicham L64 | Marowak L65. In Black City. Bagon. Nugget Items that might be found in White Forest are: Poké Ball. Heart Scale. and Black City has no trainers inthe streets and has just packed up and gone. Exeggutor L65 | Alomomola L65 + Beheeyem L65 + Klinklang L65 Pokemon Fearow Marowak Type Normal/Flying Ground Location Grass. Route 15 Trainer Pokemon: Hippowdon L63. Stardust. the place basically becomes completely useless to you. Lotad*. Bellsprout. Dawn Stone. 65 Galvantula. Luxury Ball. Wurmple.'ll take us to Route 15. Spheal L62 | Altaria L65. Take a regular Poké Ball for example. Unfortunately. but all the same this is hardly the only factor to decide which version you should get. Max Repel. a Backpacker and a gangster guy. Both Black City and White Forest have two things that are static across all games. Dusk Stone. Green Shard. 65 Chillaccino and a Lv. Star Piece. Whismur. Dawn Stone (no Sun or Moon Stone!). Sun Stone.000. These are just standard trainer fights though. There's a teacher who uses a Lv. the house in the bottom left corner also has two triple battles. Nest Ball. Shiny Stone. Big Mushroom. The Backpacker has a Lv. Mareep. Seedot. Heart Scale. 65 Cofagrigus and Lv. Red Shard. Swablu L62. Thunderstone. Azurill.gamefaqs. the thirty-three base form Pokemon are as follows: Pidgey..] Items that may be found in the Black City market are: Poké Ball. Starly. Gastly. but in the special Black City market just one costs $10.000! It so happens that all nine of the evolution stones also cost $10. Once you're done in the area. which is probably a lot more preferable to buy Poke Balls in. TinyMushroom. Surskit*. Heart Scales and Oval Stones also fall under that pricing. Slakoth. and a school kid with a It's a pity. Yellow Shard. prices in Black City are ridiculously high compared to other places.) I've even heard some reports blaming it on the season. Great Ball. Tall Grass Encounter Rate 30% 20% Evolution Method N/A N/A 114 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Fluffy Tail. The other thing is that there are two triple battles in each to take part in. Magby. Rare Bone. though! At any rate.. NidoranF. Green Shard. Onix L63. Blue Shard.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Big Pearl. Fresh Water. whereas the other guy has a Lv. Red Shard. Poké Doll. Rhyhorn. Lv. Trapinch. Leaf Stone. Leaf Stone. 65 Reuniclus. Big Mushroom. NidoranM. which will refresh it. Happiny [Any Pokemon that are starred (*) are found by Surfing on water. Moon Stone. Wooper*. it's a measly $200. Magnemite. Pearl. Togepi. Budew. Oval Stone. 65 Scrafty. Abra. In White Forest. Oval Stone. Ultra Ball. Gligar L63 | Gulpin L62. Berry Juice. Dive Ball. Unless you can do that. Normally. Oval Stone. Drifloon L62. 65 Vanilluxe. Lv. Yellow Shard. Water Stone. Blue Shard. Tall Grass Grass. Lv. head out the gatehouse to the bottom left of the area . White Forest has no grass. so at least the stuff you actually want is an okay price. Shinx. Stardust. Machop. some say it's if you take too long to get there (ie days wise. Fire Stone. 65 Krookodile and a Lv. a Lv. Ralts. the only fix for an empty Black City or White Forest seems to be to use the Entralink. 65 Beartic. Timer Ball. Dusk Stone. Aron. Shiny Stone. Don't discount Black City altogether. Make sure not to buy stuff like Nuggets or Rare Bones though. I've heard several things about this problem. the big central building with the item clerks has two trainers in it. Both have a Pokemon Center which contains the usual nurse and basic item store. Fire Stone. Rare Bone As stated. although that doesn't appear to be the truth. really. Hitmontop L64. TinyMushroom. Dawn Stone. Dusk Stone. Porygon. Elekid. the final route in the game. Water Stone. Repeat Ball. some say that it's if you time travel too much. since their only purpose is to be sold anyway and you most definitely do not make a profit. Abomasnow L65 | Meditite L64. so no rematches. Oddish. 65 Chandelure. 65 Heatmor. Corphish*.

Hmm. This is the PokeTransfer building. it's possible to do so in the department store on Route 9.Tyranitar! Like Dragonite and Metagross before it. There's one separate room you can go in with a ton of boxes. take the steps to the left up and fight the hiker on the bridge. as well as allowing it to learn a new move while it's in that form (Overheat. Tall Grass 15%. There's no limit to how many Pokemon you can send in one day. In exchange. it is possible to encounter this beast in the wild. 10% 15% 15% 10% 10% 5% 40% 75% 10% 5% 5% 5% 5% Level Up with Razor Fang at Night N/A N/A N/A Level 55 N/A Level 28 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Grass. Tall Grass (Black) Grass. you cannot send over Pokemon that know any of the eight (nine if you want to be technical) HM moves in Generation IV. you'll be free to use the facility if you wish. you play a mini-game which you can retry instantly if you happen to fail. they will be greyed out when you select Pokemon from the boxes. who will give you a SITRUS BERRY for winning. The other is that the Pokemon cannot be holding any items. Note that there are two restrictions.. Go down the steps afterwards and fight the trainer slightly to the right. Enter and move forward to start getting raped by scientists.passing a vending machine . have B/W in one DS in the PokeTransfer building and one DS at the ready with DPPtHGSS in but not loaded. Going outside the building.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Go up and left so you can get to a higher part by going up some steps. The Rotom comes at Level 60 with a Max Elixir attached. A bit to the left is a rather large building. If any Pokemon fall under either of these. perhaps borrowing a friend's DS will do the temporary trick. she'll give you a Rotom. Remember I told you catching a Ditto would be useful? This is why. There's a caravan here. there's still more in Route 15 to do. Go back and then fight the Battle Girl over to the right. inside is a woman who wants a Ditto. Below the caravan is a trainer to fight. Once they're transferred. Once the scientists stop going on about excellence and badges. but I'm not sure. so keep going until you're done. where you can transfer Pokemon from your DPPtHGSS games. Navigate to the download play option on the DS menu with the other DS and select it and you will then be able to send any six Pokemon from any of your Gen IV eighteen boxes. Jump over the ledge to the right and then check the top left square for a hidden ULTRA BALL before jumping over the other. Check the wall at the end of this tiny path for a MAX REVIVE. The path splits up straight away as we enter the route. Tall Grass Pupitar Rock/Ground Grass. If you want to change the Rotom's form.) I wouldn't recommend the Fan Rotom so much. and interacting with these boxes will allow you to pick an appliance for Rotom to possess. but the Pupitar in the tall grass are actually about ten levels higher. Tall Grass Watchog Normal Tall Grass Mankey Fighting Swarm Audino Normal Shaking Grass Emolga Electric/Flying Shaking Grass Throh Fighting Shaking Grass (Black) Sawk Fighting Shaking Grass (White) Tyranitar Fighting Shaking Grass Gliscor Ground/Flying Shaking Grass Route 15 has a rather surprising Wild Pokemon . Tyranitar are found at Level 50. Move around the grass to the Strength boulder near the upper wall. Tall Grass Throh Fighting (White) Kangaskhan Normal Grass. He happens to be one of those trainers who speaks a different language in his dialogue. Head left from the PokeTransfer building . so it's definitely a worthwhile trade. Gligar Sawk Ground/Flying Fighting Grass. The way the PokeTransfer works is through the use of the DS download play otherwise unobtainable in Black and Hydro Pump.PokeTransfer aside . Ironically. then push it three spaces 115 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . which . You will unfortunately need two DSes if you wish to transfer Pokemon across. Blizzard or Air Slash.gamefaqs. Talk to the scientist at the top and he'll let you start sending the download play signal. Leaf Storm. so if you're not so lucky. which has broken another tradition of the Pokemon series (the final forms of the 600 BST Pokemon not being found wild). When you want to transfer. but the rest can be pretty useful. Changing Rotom's form changes both its type and stat spread in Gen V.and down the steps.. You'd think they'd be stronger than the wild Pupitar. This may also extend to Dive.

so you'll want to be prepared for that.. However. Just go left. left. though. In addition. Afterwards. although this time. 116 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . The former two boost moves of their type (but only when held by their respective owners). LUSTROUS ORB and GRISEOUS ORB. there's even a doctor with a Level 65 Audino. I believe) and died. It's your first taste of a Triple Battle / Rotation and she got teleported over the edge of the cliff (before the bridge was built. push the Strength boulder to the right down three spaces EXACTLY. VENOSHOCK to collect in the top right corner. then go to the left side and push it in the hole. Marvelous Bridge Pokemon Type Location Encounter Rate Evolution Method Swanna Water/Flying Bridge Spots 100% N/A The Marvelous Bridge is a very technological looking bridge that connects Route 16 and Route 15 together. our collection of field TMs is complete! Every other TM is found either in a Poke Mart. Remember that some particular trainers will give you items for beating them. or a Wild Swanna (Ducklett's evolution) which can range from Level 48 to Level 50. through a special event. an item which will allow you to obtain Porygon2. Further across you'll find the girl with four Patrat that ran out of the Village Bridge house ages ago. He tries to sell you something for $500.. unfortunately. This is a small ghost story . if you can take on Cynthia fine then you should be able to handle these five. swapping and jumping between each other to try and confuse you. You'll need a spare slot in your party. As you go across. There's also a TM09. where you could quite comfortably get a Level 59 or 60 Pupitar. It's happening again. enter the gatehouse on the far left now. She doesn't rematch you. through buying it with BP in the Battle Subway or in the case of TM95. When you buy it from him. If you need to train. Talk to the Ace Trainer at the bottom and say Yes to get thrown into a battle. She'll play a mini-game with you if you say Yes to her question. you can either rematch Cynthia in Spring or use the trainers in the Nimbasa City sport domes. Go into the elevator at the top afterwards. It's one of those standard "find the specific object" games. With that. just like the Village Bridge does with Route 11 and Route 12. this is the tall grass. A bit further across the Shadow Triad will appear and surround you! They'll apologize for their earlier actions and give you three items . These three orbs are for Dialga. then ONCE from the top side and finally once from the left slide to get it into the hole. A bit further left is the elevator. The highest level you'll be seeing is 77. Go back around and push it up twice from the front. Return down the stairs and fight the ranger to the right to get another SITRUS BERRY. The Elite Four and Champion have some rather high levels. Grab the UP-GRADE. you'll receive your very own Magikarp at Level 5. Sound familiar? Those of you who know RBY or FRLG might remember the salesman. This gatehouse is designed a little differently from the others. since this is the only way to obtain a Magikarp in Unova. A little further along again you'll see a man on the bridge. Go up the newly exposed steps. so that's the only taste of the alternate triple fight you'll get (Wi-Fi aside). These spots either will contain the EV feathers again. right by here you might see a girl flash and disappear instantly. I've explained both types of fighting under the Driftveil City section if you need reminding. who gave away a 'rare' Magikarp for $500.gamefaqs. whereas White players will see a rotation battle. which will give you some massive EXP. depending on what version you're playing! Black players will see a regular triple battle.becoming Pokemon Champion. you might see some spots like on Driftveil Drawbridge. we've covered every nook and cranny of Unova! Only one thing remains . Teleporting Pokemon can be dangerous. With that. then push it ONCE from the left side. I'd recommend it if you want Magikarp and Gyarados. it actually IS rare. which will lead you down into the gatehouse that takes you out into Route 16. as well as boosting moves of the same type as it. to put it bluntly. one Patrat will spin in the beginning to signify which the correct one is. there's a fight we can do. this one is a bit different. Thursday or Sunday in the middle dome. whereas the Griseous Orb changes Giratina into its Origin Forme.the ADAMANT seems a terrible accident happened years ago with a girl and her Abra. That's all for the main route. as well as a free Max Revive for beating him. then all four of them will begin dancing. Selecting the correct Patrat will get you a BIG MUSHROOM as a reward.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Palkia and Giratina respectively. On a Monday.

gamefaqs. It's a pretty wide range of trainers to fight. We'll be seeing levels from 71 to 77 here. They also all have a new lead Pokemon.. Their rosters are composed of the same four as before. Will-O-Wisp. Braviary Lv. to save me mentioning it every time. head inside the league. Once you reach the top. meaning the levels have increased by 23! Let's just hope we can handle the firepower. Swoobat Lv. That's one thing I've not mentioned yet! If you go to Castelia City. Emboar Lv. as with what happened with HG/SS's E4 rematches (albeit they went from five to six. I'll explain now the system that each Elite Four now has. it'll actually give you the rank of Pokemon Champion. At any rate. but their Pokemon are now 71/71/71/71/71/73. 66.75. 71 Ground/Ghost Iron Fist Curse. he'll rematch you once a day. when you're ready. the middle will do nothing and the far right will challenge you to a battle! GAMEFREAK MORIMOTO: Liepard Lv. Previously. so it's not complete until we do this. 67. On the top floor.75. Hydro Pump Golurk Lv. make your way to the Pokémon League. At any rate. there is a gathering of three people near the bottom.Or. Simisear Lv. Wasn't really a whole lot of effort put into this though. Shadow Punch 117 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . 66. 71 Ghost Mummy Psychic. If you happen to be me . although levels do certainly help. Simipour Lv.. Entering the bottom left one will start us off in the Ghost themed room. Defeating them now will do something that did not happen when we beat N and Ghetsis. and I'm sure people have done it far lower than that. my team as I'm writing this is as follows: Carracosta Lv. although his levels match with Cynthia and the Champion. rather than the four Pokemon they had before. talk to Shauntal to fight her and begin the first 'real' Elite Four match! :: ELITE FOUR SHAUNTAL :: Ghost-type Specialist Reward: $8760 Pokemon Level Type Ability Attacks Cofagrigus Lv. they were 48/48/48/50. so he's not so bad for EXP. The far left one will make the Team Rocket takeover music from HG/SS play. where we can find our old friend Shauntal at the top.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. so even without the VS Seeker it shouldn't be too hard to get any needed experience. Also. Sludge Wave. again with one exception.. each Elite Four member now has four Full Restores to use. you can rematch a particular Game Freak employee every day.75. you can do the Elite Four in any order you wish. Hell. 71 Water/Ghost Cursed Body Shadow Ball. they now have a full roster of six.75. which will then unlock the centre elevator allowing us access to the Champion. Earthquake. 65 It's perfectly possible to win even if you're somewhat underlevelled compared to them . I'm going to do the Elite Four in order from left to right.. you'll be in the Game Freak building. Lilligant Lv. one being a Hoenn Pokemon and one being a Sinnoh Pokemon (with one exception). no custom sprite and no generic fight. Energy Ball Jellicent Lv. Strategy matters the most here. As with last time. 68. so he's good for EXP if needed. and your trainer card will reflect as such! The whole objective of the games is to become the Champion. Hammer Arm. Pokemon League (2) We've only the Elite Four and Champion left to do. There's also the Royal Unova which can be done once a day at evening. Musharna Lv. I beat HGSS Red with Level ~60 Pokemon before. then into the street directly right of the Pokemon Center and into the first building on the right. 65. wouldn't you say? Once you've stocked up on healing items and healed up as usual in the left building. it's probably possible at even lower levels. Excadrill Lv. but with two extra Pokemon. so be on your guard. . Zebstrika Lv. Simisage Lv.although you will need healing items. 77 His team is pretty generic as far as things go. Shadow Ball. Psychic. As The level spread has also increased massively.75.

Ghost. as well as Water. It's not an especially powerful Pokemon (although it DOES have 90 base special attack) but it is full of HP and its speed isnt too bad. Psychic Drifblim Lv. reliable Fighting move in Hammer Arm as well as the Ghost-type Shadow Punch. which will cut your Attack stat in half if it burns you. which does nothing except spread around like a virus. Froslass' stats don't support the offense quite so much. so it shouldn't be too hard to hit super effectively. As I said before. so if you have the TM90 from Twist Mountain then you might be able to just set up and sweep. so don't necessarily expect to knock it out in one hit. Electric and Grass moves. offering it decent offense. Ice or Rock attacks. 118 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Payback Shauntal breaks the new lead rule by still opening with her Cofagrigus. Dark. As usual. Hydro Pump can hit hard and Psychic can't hit quite so hard. Its terrible defenses mean it should fall quickly.if your Pokemon is on really low health and she can use Ice Shard then she WILL use Ice Shard without fail. although you might want to watch out for Thunder and its 30% chance to paralyze. seeing as it is already incredibly slow. As before. Froslass is a new addition to her roster. Shadow Ball or Dark Pulse should work brilliantly. it's basically a Poison-type Surf. Ice Shard. Water. Froslass Lv. although it has excellent HP and special defense stats. and will pick off your low HP Pokemon in an instant. It's exactly the same as before. they just won't dent it as much. It's susceptible to Grass. Grass Knot will work wonders. let yourself be taken up the rotating carpet and challenge him to a fight. Ghost AND Dark. Shadow Ball. 95 power and has a 10% chance to poison anything it touches. Then there's Ice Shard which is an Ice-type priority move. It's also worth noting that Shauntal doesn't seem to understand that substitutes block status. It isn't that fast so a quick Earthquake or Surf should dent it just fine. Froslass is definitely frail. Rock and Ground on account of its Water typing. in the back left room. Shadow Ball. Froslass is an interesting and unique Ice/Ghost typing. Drifblim is the other new Pokemon that Shauntal has. 71 Ice/Ghost Snow Cloak Blizzard. Electric. any contact with it will result in the Pokemon's ability being changed to Mummy. and Curse will do nothing but help Golurk has a much more varied moveset now. Cofagrigus is a highly defensive Ghost-type with a unique ability in Mummy. Psychic. Shadow Ball. Special attacks are still recommended although physical attacks do work. Ice. although Froslass does come from Snorunt which IS a Hoenn Pokemon.gamefaqs. this makes things easier. and a Fire.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. so as long as you can handle high power Fire Blast attacks you should be fine. rather) is the same as before. Dark. The only thing you really need to watch out for . Steel or Rock move will easily put her out of commission. as well as Acrobatics being 165 base power due to Drifblim holding no item. Chandelure remains as Shauntal's main. Ghost. Jellicent has had her moveset changed a fair bit. Ghosts are weak to Dark and Ghost. Blizzard is bound to be able to do a number even with its average 80 special attack stat. however. 73 Ghost/Fire Flame Body Fire Blast. That might also be a chance to use a HP restoring item. Facts aside. It's special.. it's weak to Ghost and Dark.Mummy aside is Will-O-Wisp. Psychic Chandelure Lv. Earthquake can still hurt a ton. Just don't send out anything Fire weak against it. It's not too threatening a move. If anything. Acrobatics. so something such as Crunch. unless you're sure it can take Chandelure down in one hit and one hit only. It can't do a whole lot with its attacks. 71 Ghost/Flying Unburden Thunder. having had three moves replaced. It's one of those Pokemon that never seems to die immediately.. and hasn't changed her moveset at all. with the exception of Grass Knot having been changed into Energy Ball. encompassing a powerful. Sludge Wave is a new move you may be unfamiliar with. especially to Ghost. Next on the list is Grimsley. since Energy Ball is a fixed 80 power whereas Grass Knot could go as high as 120. As you might recall from before. although it can put up somewhat of a fight against Grass-types now. although with 110 base speed it is quite fast and is likely to outspeed a lot of your underlevelled Pokemon. Its moveset (or her. The Water/Ghost combination leaves it open to Dark. which is relatively weak but does work off of Golurk's typing as well as its respectable 124 base attack stat. and is also the break to the one Hoenn. however . one Sinnoh rule.

Grass.gamefaqs. but we have to beat it. If you're above Level 73. Aqua Jet is priority. how the hell does a shark learn Earthquake but Zekrom and Reshiram don't? Scrafty returns . Grimsley's second new Pokemon is the ever rampant Drapion. but alas it is slow so it doesn't do so well.which will probably let it outspeed a lot of your Pokemon. it's the same. The good side (for you) is that half of the HP it takes off from the target is deducted from its own HP. and Grimsley will use it to pick off low HP Pokemon if possible. and with its actually decent defenses it might be annoying. a Poison/Dark who DPPt players may remember as Aaron's main Pokemon. Special attacks are the ideal way to go here due to its comparatively heavily different defensive stats. Crunch.. Head Smash is very powerful. 71 Poison/Dark Battle Armor Poison Fang. a Rock move which can knock your Flying or levitating Pokemon out of the air. Thankfully its moveset isn't too bad. You'll want to be careful with a Pokemon like Skarmory. it has a decent attack and special attack.a quick Mach Punch in particular will KO it pretty much instantly .as will Fire or Thunder Fang.120 base . 73 Dark/Steel Defiant X-Scissor. but otherwise the threat is there. but locks the user into the move for two or three turns. Aerial Ace Sharpedo makes an appearance at Grimsley's lead. Night Slash. If you have a Excadrill or just something with Earthquake. so it's going to hurt anything it connects with heavily unless a high defense stat or resistance is factored in. half with two new moves. Fire Fang. Aqua Jet Scrafty Lv. 119 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Bisharp remains as his main. Crunch Bisharp Lv. Night Slash. but smack it with anything for a good deal of damage. but the only new move it gets is Head Smash. and with a unique typing and powerful attack strength it should save the day. As Krookodile doesn't receive the STAB bonus on it. Attract Drapion Lv. however. which appeared very commonly when fishing with the Super Rod in the Hoenn region. Earthquake Liepard Lv. The only change to its moveset is the removal of the relatively useless Metal Claw for the infamous OHKO move Guillotine. Sharpedo's strength lies in its fast speed . 71 Dark/Fighting Moxie Head Smash. Foul Play. confusing them at the end. which has 30% accuracy when Bisharp's level matches yours and gains accuracy for each level you are below it. I'd like to say ignore it and move on. Smack it with a Water. Aside from that. 71 Dark Limber Fake Out. 71 Ground/Dark Intimidate Outrage. It will ALWAYS use Fake Out on turn one unless you have a Ghost out. it's probably more beneficial to you. also a Dragon-type move which is 40 base power higher. Rough Skin can damage you a little bit but it shouldn't be much to worry about. It has several weaknesses to target if you want. Id like to say that. Aside from that. Ice or Bug move for extra effect.with some much more powerful moves. 71 Water/Dark Rough Skin Waterfall. then there's no need to worry. Liepard is exactly the same as before. Fighting will do a huge amount . Sharpedo falls in the fact that it is INCREDIBLY frail. Brick Break Krookodile Lv. Poison Jab. but it's honestly not hard to deal with. it's a Rock-type move with a grand 150 base power. On a side note. I suppose there's the decently powerful Crunch which it gets STAB on. Fighting. but high recoil move. Flying and Fighting are the only two things that can hit this gangster effectively. Otherwise. but it's nothing too big. Or at least. No other weaknesses as the two Dark weaknesses are covered by the Steel. and still wants to annoy you. like Froslass' Ice Shard. although it's worth noting only Steel can resist a Dragon attack. Its Dragon Claw has now been replaced with Outrage. leaving them susceptible to Ground-type attacks. If not. then attempt to Attract and sweep with its mediocre stats.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. it's the same relatively frail red crocodile. the former of which it uses in earnest with four physical moves. Aerial Ace. The only thing you really need to watch out for is Poison Fang's 20% to inflict toxic poison. Fighting and Bug is best.albeit with a gender change . Night Slash. Krookodile returns half the same. It's a high power. but any hard hit will make it fall. Drapion's main annoyance is that it only has one single weakness in Ground.. Smack Down. Anyone who has played RSE will probably recognise this shark. Earthquake. Guillotine. you're just going to have to smack it as hard as you can. :: ELITE FOUR GRIMSLEY :: Dark-type Specialist Reward: $8760 Pokemon Level Type Ability Attacks Sharpedo Lv. It also has the addition of Smack Down. great.

Caitlin has one. Dark. Psychic. Energy Ball. Payback. She'll get out of bed again. Thunderbolt. Take this psycho bird out ASAP. Thunder Psychic/Flying Wonder Skin Psychic. Bullet Punch Steel/Psychic Levitate Steel/Psychic Clear Body Caitlin's lead has switched. Charge Beam Earthquake. keeping the exact same moveset. great HP. Just watch out for its massive type coverage! Sigilyph is almost the same as before. Thunderbolt and Psychic are still the same as ever. good special defense and slightly worse defense make it a hefty job to take this thing out in one hit. As always. The first of Caitlin's new Pokemon is the annoying Bronzong. It's generally better to hit it physically if possible. It's a little strange how it doesn't learn Meteor 120 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . All the same. Bronzong 71 Lv. Reuniclus hasn't changed in the least. if you have a Dark-type out against Musharna. you'll want to be careful of its high powered moves off of its powerful Special Attack. used only for Payback. Sigilyph 71 Lv. now utilizing the somewhat useless Flatter and the even more useless Payback (in her hands). with all four of its attacks being physical. rather. allowing you to challenge her. Dark and Ghost will work.. Musharna is as bulky as ever. You might be able to manage two.. She possesses a slightly changed moveset. Gothitelle is no longer Caitlin's main and has been relegated to one of the standard Pokemon. which might do a little more in Bronzong's hands than it did in Gothitelle's. She can put it to sleep. Zen Headbutt. as Steel is an absolutely terrible offensive type.gamefaqs. so it probably won't do much damage anyway. As such. Ice Beam. while this is likely to happen. Its bulk practically matches Reuniclus. Caitlin will switch immediately since she can't hit it at all. While Flash Cannon is a tiny bit more powerful. Reuniclus 71 Lv. This lady's main Pokemon is now the incredible Metagross. again. As always.. you never seem to get a Psychic expert without a Bronzong anymore. Flatter Flash Cannon. Psychic. On that note. Flash Cannon Psychic Frisk Payback. Giga Impact. Psychic. Focus Blast. Sabrina seems to be the only exception to the rule. she lies in the back right room. just with Shadow Ball exchanged for Flash Cannon. A pure Psychic typing means that Dark and Ghost attacks are again the way to go. Payback is a Dark-type move which doubles in power if the user goes last. but it's still slow all the same. so don't necessarily expect to take it out in one hit. Metagross' strong points lie in Attack and Defense. Bronzong's decent Attack stat is barely applied. This Bronzong comes with the Levitate ability.. Thankfully. as well as any of the three weaknesses Flying Pokemon possess. Once Grimsley is done. Gothitelle isn't meant to attack physically. Gothitelle 71 Lv. Dream Eater. who shares Bronzong's typing but has a great stat spread resulting in a 600 BST. making it completely immune to Ground-type attacks. but you'll have to hope Hypnosis doesn't shut you down. Caitlin uses this Attack to great measure. Musharna 71 Lv.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Flatter will confuse you and raise your special attack. which may well be a blessing as confusion damage is decided through attack alone. rather than trying to nerf it or anything. we have the Psychic-type specialist Caitlin to deal with. Lucian has one and Will gets one in his HGSS rematch. we now see Musharna come out first. but now Gothitelle can't even set up on you. Metagross 73 Pokemon Type Psychic Psychic Ability Attacks Synchronize Hypnosis. but her AI is too dumb to do that. Reflect Magic Guard Psychic. it has the capabilities to be a pain. :: ELITE FOUR CAITLIN :: Psychic-type Specialist Reward: $8760 Level Lv. but its high HP will cushion a few blows. with Charge Beam there to raise its special attack. the only weaknesses you can hit this wall with is Fire. but not to one of her new the change isn't really worth it. Ghost and Bug are the best against Psychic-types as always. Air Slash.

Retaliate is again only a problem if its base power gets doubled. While it has some decent attack.and some interesting moves to use with it.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Sawk's moveset has changed to much more efficiently use its stats. Flying definitely works best on this Pokemon. Mienshao 71 Lv. The result has left it with the very powerful Close Combat. Sky Uppercut. although should it miss somehow (whether by bad accuracy or hitting a Ghost) Mienshao will be dealt damage itself. Throh 71 Lv. including the completely inappropriate Grass Knot which is terrible on its poor Special Attack stat. which allows it to flee and switch into another Pokemon on Marshal's team. The use of Toxic allows Venoshock to activate its double damage effect. it's a surprisingly bulky Pokemon. It's basically stolen Sawk's set from before. whose typing is almost unique.. Toxicroak is Marshal's second new Pokemon and is not much of a threat at all. shared only by the legendary Virizion. so you might want to be careful handling this one. and is as bulky as ever. but Bullet Punch doubles as a priority move which will pick off your low HP Pokemon. my suggestion would be to hit it with a Fire or Ground move as soon as you can.which it will probably use on the first turn . Superpower is a 120 power Fighting move which may be a pain. Stone Edge. as well as the STABed but weaker Low Sweep.gamefaqs. It also has Fake Out .very different from its pre-evolution. The most dangerous move by far is Hi Jump Kick. Sky Uppercut works as a main attack. Breloom has a high Attack stat . a 100% accurate sleep move which is sure to make you cry. Mach Punch acts as Marshal's priority move. Earthquake. Retaliate Inner Focus U-Turn. Stone Edge. Conkeldurr 73 Pokemon Type Ability Attacks Grass/Fighting Effect Spore Spore. so Close Combat is the only real danger. but as Venoshock runs off of special 121 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Retaliate. hitting its quadruple weakness. but is still a team player with the use of the U-turn move. Psychic. Payback Marshal's main has swapped to the Hoenn Breloom. It has much weaker special defense. Remember it has Sturdy! You won't be able to knock it out in one hit. which matches in power with Superpower and causes only its defenses to drop after use. Venoshock.. Toxicroak 71 Lv. however. Metagross' ability also means you can't reduce its stats. Low Sweep Fighting Sheer Force Hammer Arm. It is still fast. Ice or even Poison moves to hit it effectively. but he also has the annoying Spore. Shroomish . Alternatively. Mach Punch. OHKOing Throh takes a lot of power. Grass Knot Fighting Fighting Fighting Guts Sturdy Earthquake. Fake Out. Throh has now shifted to slot two. and begin the final fight of the Elite Four! :: ELITE FOUR MARSHAL :: Fighting-type Specialist Reward: $8760 Level Lv. it can only really take advantage of it with an unSTABed Earthquake. Retaliate won't be a problem unless it hits you with it right after Breloom (or something else) is killed. Grass Knot Close Combat. A hit from this attack WILL hurt. Poison Jab. Mienshao has been shifted into a regular position. which has been boosted to a massive 130 power as of Generation V. Thus we have one Elite Four member remaining. Close Combat will hurt a lot from this thing. and Earthquake can put the hurt on you. Toxic. so that would be a preferable course of action. Flying and Psychic are the two weaknesses that Fighting-types possess. and Stone Edge might also do a so that won't be much of a problem. Mash. you can try Fire. Superpower. allowing for a pretty powerful Flying move. Acrobatics. Head into the last room and ride the fighting ring up to the top. Grass Knot runs off Breloom's subpar Special Attack. which isn't terribly strong but might be annoying. the Fighting-type specialist Marshal. Breloom 71 Lv. Sawk 71 Lv. Poison Jab probably won't be a problem at all. She'll probably main Zen Headbutt otherwise.and a no-item Acrobatics. Hi Jump Kick Poison/Fighting Anticipation Earthquake.

His hair will suddenly blow in the wind. Head Charge especially can be a pain. 75 Normal Sap Sipper Head Charge. Its moves can hurt decently. and then you have its extreme 140 attack to deal with. Fighting is the best way to take a Normal-type down. As a refresher. being a 120 power Normal move that will hit damn hard. so there's no defined way to go with taking this bull down. and this stat is reflected in its moveset. Earthquake Druddigon Lv. but hitting it with an attack will put a heavy dent in it. and Payback to hurt Psychic and Ghost Pokemon that you may try to send out against it. Payback. Poor Its defense in particular is very weak..) It's useless if you use a non attacking move. Just note that this buffalo is not effected at all by both Ghost and . Watch out that you don't raise its attack! Druddigon is something you will probably remember from the Opelucid Gym. A good. Night Slash Vanilluxe Lv..just be careful of Stone Edge! With that. Flying and Rock. As always. Ice or Dragon is the only way to hit this thing super effective and as with Bouffalant it has equal defenses. and it's as annoyingly defensive as ever. Giga Impact. Flash Cannon. free STAB. this time. Despite being something that looks fast. 75 Bug Hydration Bug Buzz. Acid Armor Escavalier Lv. particularly Bug Buzz which has both power and a good offensive type. He leads with Accelgor. but has good attack strength which it can utilize with Outrage. so this is one hell of a bull to deal with. all four Elite Four members have been defeated and we can take on the Champion! Warp out to the main area and interact with the elevator to begin the descent down to the huge steps that we saw before. 75 Ice Ice Body Blizzard. It does carry Superpower to attempt to counter Steels. Marshal's main is now Conkeldurr. Focus Blast. Iron Head. to say the least. Accelgor is an incredibly fast Pokemon at 145 base speed. 75 Bug/Steel Swarm X-Scissor. Head inside and go up to find Alder waiting .by himself.if it goes before the opponent . which you will have seen only once unless you raised one yourself. powerful Psychic would be the best way to knock it out.) Psychic will knock this one out instantly. Megahorn. There's also the standard QuakeEdge for great coverage.Grass. In fact. with four powerful moves. Anyway. As a reminder.5 (effectively. giving it a powerful Fighting move to make use of. with every point aimed right at you and your Pokemon. with three Pokemon having it as a primary type. although Flying and Ground can also hurt. whose strong stats make it a force to contend with. You might want to watch out for Rough Skin. Hyper Beam Alder's team is composed of various types. Superpower. quick.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. so attack it how you choose. however. then two Dark moves for some reason or another.will use the attack the opponent was juts about to use with the base power multiplied by 1. with a measly 40 base. it isn't. Don't expect to move before this thing. Bug types are weak to Fire.gamefaqs. Conkeldurr gains the use of Hammer Arm in this rematch. Having a Bug using Champion is interesting. 75 Dragon Rough Skin Outrage. but it has the defenses and attack strength to back itself up. and after some pre-battle dialogue the fight for the Champion title begins! :: CHAMPION ALDER :: Various Types Reward: $15400 Pokemon Level Type Ability Attacks Accelgor Lv.. beaten only by the likes of Deoxys (sans defense forme) and Ninjask. Both of its defenses are equal. an interesting attack that . Accelgor also has a decent special attack to use. Overheat. Head up the steps and you'll reach the Champion's Chamber. which can dent pretty much everything except Steel Pokemon. but you can try Flying-type attacks too .thanks to its Sap Sipper ability . but is otherwise very bulky with 105 HP and 95 defense. Me First Bouffalant Lv. It's slow as all hell and has a subpar special defense. Stone Edge. Energy Ball. Alder in particular uses its attack well. Light Screen. 77 Bug/Fire Flame Body Quiver Dance. if not knock it out. Aerial Ace Volcarona Lv. Bug Buzz. It's slow. Of note is Me First. Bouffalant is one buffalo that we've seen before in the hands of Ghetsis.. although Bug is a dominant theme in his team. 122 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . attack it's not likely to be too dangerous (although Toxicroak's special attack is surprisingly decent at 86. none of its attacks have a base power below 100.

. Escavalier is also something that you won't have seen much. Bug/Steel leaves Escavalier with only one huge hole . instead utilizing the weaker X-Scissor. I found one of about Level 20ish which matches the area's Pokemon. You'll want to attack it physically if possible. if you have something out that is weak to Fire. Stone Edge or some other Rock move. As with DPPt and HG/SS. a Bug/Fire with a strong 550 BST. Bug Buzz and Hyper Beam are bound to hurt normally. although Hyper Beam does still have the recharge turn penalty. Its type leaves it open to several other offensive types. Alder is beaten. As a reminder.gamefaqs. and we are officially the Pokemon Champion. Steel and Fighting. Note that this only occurs once the National Dex has been obtained. your Pokemon registered. You get plenty to choose from. although it can't be denied that Ice makes a good offensive type. special defense and speed and can increase all three of these at once with the dangerous Quiver Dance. it has a quadruple weak to Rock. but Alder doesn't use it. If you have Rock Slide.complete your PokeDex. but drops the special attack level by two. wait for it to roll over to 00:00 and the Pokemon swarming should change. which might well eliminate any special attack boosts it gets. Of course.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. there's still stuff to do . as Volcarona's special defense is high and will keep increasing with Quiver Dance. but there's more information found in the sections below! Post-Game Content Swarming Pokemon Throughout the guide you will have seen Pokemon listed as 'Swarm' in their Location part of the encounter tables. The route that has a swarm will be displayed on the scrolling text on the northern wall. the main game is finished. use it! With that. some older Pokemon are found through the use of swarms. although it's not likely to be much of a problem. unless there's a severe level difference or a bad stat's incredibly powerful. It specializes highly in special attack. Alder's main Pokemon is the powerful Volcarona. Most notably. but can also be hurt by Water and Flying. and then the credits will play.a quadruple weakness to Fire. Though it has ways to increase both of its defenses. it's one of the slowest Pokemon in the game. You can check where a swarm is taking place at any time by going into any one of the gatehouses found all over the Unova region. go back in the game. The Pokemon that can swarm are as follows: Pokemon Location Version Evolution Method Farfetch'd Route 1 Black & White N/A Wynaut Route 2 Black & White Level 15 Volbeat Route 3 Black N/A 123 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . In addition. but especially after a Quiver Dance or save your game. As far as things go. etcetera. Vanilluxe is back as our friendly neighbour ice cream cone that is ready to freeze and kill you. then another that was around Level 45. causing the date to change. take part in the Battle Subway. though with a high attack stat and decent defenses. The walkthrough ends here. Swarms refer to a temporary period in which a particular Pokemon appears in an area with a 40% encounter rate. Any Fire attack will take it down pretty much instantly. Rock. it shouldn't be too hard to take down. The Pokemon swarming changes whenever the DS goes from 23:59 to 00:00. which might work to your advantage. Escavalier happens to possess the most powerful Megahorn in the game. it's pretty standard. It's not an especially powerful Pokemon and has only Blizzard and Flash Cannon to hit you. With that. Don't be intimidated by its high level and stats . Ice-types are weak to Fire. The level of the swarm Pokemon can either be a similar level of the Pokemon in the area or perhaps a high 40s/early 50s level. Alder will probably keep using Overheat despite the stat drops. signifying the's perfectly possible to take it down. which I believe overwrites the Pokemon usually there to an extent while it's still around. however! If you want to manipulate the swarm. Overheat works both ways . I know for example when I had Pineco swarming in Route 16. which you do not want to let it use too many times. change the clock to 23:59. The storyline is complete! You'll be taken into the Hall of Fame.

.gamefaqs. 65 Normal/Flying Pansage/Pansear/Panpour Lv. so you may want to watch out for Fly to the Pokemon League and enter into Victory Road via the topmost entrance to find Cheren against the wall. 65 Dragon Liepard Lv. and will allow you to fight her on a Saturday night. adding a Haxorus and Gigalith to his team. You can rematch Cheren once a day. Talk to him and he will tell you some stuff. Haxorus is equipped with Outrage and a Dragon Gem. 65 Fire/Water/Grass Haxorus Lv. Rival Bianca Rewards: $6500 Pokemon Stoutland Level Lv. Illumise Route Hippopotas Route Smeargle Route Plusle Route Minun Route Sentret Route Croagunk Route Houndour Route Poochyena Route Tyrogue Route Shroomish Route Paras Route Doduo Route Shuppet Route Yanma Route Mankey Route Pineco Route Exeggcute Route 3 White 4 Black 5 Black 6 Black 6 White 7 Black 8 Black 9 Black 9 White 10 Black 11 Black 11 White 12 Black 13 Black 14 Black 15 Black 16 Black 18 Black N/A & White Level 34 & White N/A N/A N/A & White Level 15 & White Level 37 Level 24 Level 20 & White Level 20 Level 23 Level 24 & White Level 31 & White Level 37 & White AncientPower & White Level 28 & White Level 31 & White Leaf Stone Victory Road's Final Fight Anytime after defeating Ghetsis. This battle won't be too hard unless you do it while your levels are still comparatively low. so there's no way you'll be able to 1HKO it. 65 Dark Gigalith Lv. Cheren will then battle you with his final team in the game. 67 (Fire/Fighting)/Water/Grass Cheren finally has six Pokemon. but in her case it is only after you've defeated Alder and claimed the title of Pokemon Champion. Final Fight in Nuvema You are also able to have one final fight with Bianca. you can go to Route 5 and find Cheren. Slightly surprising that they're still sticking to Unova Pokemon only considering we have the National Dex now. but oh well. 63 Normal Type 124 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . and then head off to Victory Road. Talk to him and Marshal will come in and say some words to cheer Cheren up. Rival Cheren Rewards: $6700 Pokemon Level Type Unfezant Lv. Bianca waits in Juniper's lab in Nuvema Town once you have done that. 65 Rock Emboar/Samurott/Serperior Lv.. The starter also has a Focus Sash.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www.

Inside. Once you've selected a line. The subway works by having you ride on a 'line'. it is random which one of the three will be first. adjusting stats as appropriate. there are no triple or rotation battles. I think.but the Super line streak can go as high as you can manage. you'll face a series of seven battles as usual. It's also worth noting that the Subway temporarily sets all Pokemon entered at Level 50. hence they are listed below for reference. Please note that the first Pokemon listed is not neccessary the lead. although in terms of appearance it is totally different. You'll face the respective Subway Bosses on the 21st and 49th battles of the line. the person you connect to will be your partner.the streak resets to 0 when you play again . In the case of the multi lines. the area is spiral. named Emmet and Ingo. Ingo is dressed in white clothing and will be your opponent in either the double or the multi lines. Your partner in the multi lines is usually the character of the gender opposite to the one you picked (ie. whereas the Super lines have trainers use Pokemon from all five generations .. 125 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Pansage/Pansear/Panpour Lv. The Battle Subway Taking the place of resident battle facility in the Black & White version of Unova is the Battle Subway. The Battle Subway is found in Nimbasa City.) In the case of Wi-Fi Multi Battle. Mienshao Lv.gamefaqs. To do the Super line. There are two in this facility. this really shouldn't be a problem. The colours match to the battle types as follows: Subway Colour Battle Mode Dark Green Single Battle Light Green Super Single Battle Red Double Battle Pink Super Double Battle Orange Multi Battle Yellow Super Multi Battle Purple Wi-Fi Multi Battle Brown Train to Anville Town Unfortunately. Each entrance is marked with a specific colour that will show you what sort of battles you'll face inside. you'll be moving around in a circle rather than a straight line. You can rematch Belle once every Saturday night. you'll be facing both of them at the same time in a double battle. This applies to Pokemon both below and above Level 50! On that note. if you picked Hilbert (the boy) then Hilda (the girl) will be your partner and vice versa. The regular line can only have a maximum streak of 21 . :/ The difference with the 'Super' lines is that the lines that don't have the super adjective use only Unova Pokemon. She's no harder than usual. going through the carriages of a train as you defeat each trainer.. you come to a stop. Their teams will always be the same. where you can either choose to continue straight on with the next seven trainers or return to the Subway. keeping your streak if you choose to do so. by entering a large building in the south east of the city.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. and her only real strategy revolves around trying to beat you down with Return. Seeing as you have to beat Alder to even battle her. Bianca also now has six Pokemon with the two extra additions being native to Unova. 65 Fire/Water/Grass 63 Psychic 63 Fighting 63 Ghost/Fire 65 (Fire/Fighting)/Water/Grass As with Cheren. Emboar/Samurott/Serperior Lv. you will first have to complete 21 battles in the regular line. Emmet is dressed in black clothing and will be your opponent in either the single or the multi lines. The Subway is very much like the Battle Tower of DPPtHGSS in function. Chandelure Lv.which makes it infinitely more Musharna Lv. much like how the other facilities have a boss (such as Palmer being the Tower Tycoon in DPPt) the Battle Subway has its own bosses. Once all seven have been defeated. which sucks a bit. which line you pick determines what sort of battles you face.

Gastro Acid. Earthquake Subway Bosses Emmet and Ingo . Gear Grind Crustle Lv. Shadow Claw. Stone Edge. Rock Slide Haxorus Lv.49th Battle Pokemon Level Type Attacks Excadrill Lv. Toxic Subway Boss Ingo . 50 Electric Discharge. Gastro Acid.Multi Lines . Shadow Ball. Focus Blast. 50 Bug/Rock X-Scissor.. Toxic Durant Lv. 50 Ground/Steel Earthquake. Shift Gear. 50 Dragon Dragon Dance. Psychic. 50 Poison Venoshock.Double Lines . Dragon Tail. Protect. Earthquake. A certain amount of battle points is earned when completing the lines. Poison Jab. Stone Edge.49th Battle Pokemon Level Type Attacks Excadrill Lv. Thunderbolt. 50 Bug/Steel X-Scissor. 50 Ghost/Fire Overheat.. Aerial Ace. 50 Bug/Steel X-Scissor. Aerial Ace. Rock Slide Haxorus Lv. Poison Jab. 50 Steel Flash Cannon. The prizes you can get from the Subway are as follows: Item HP Up Protein Iron Carbos Calcium Zinc Power Bracer Power Belt Cost 1 BP 1 BP 1 BP 1 BP 1 BP 1 BP 16 BP 16 BP 126 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM .21st Battle Pokemon Level Type Attacks Garbodor Lv.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Flail Subway Boss Emmet .gamefaqs. Earthquake. as well as a greater amount whenever a Subway Boss is defeated. 50 Poison Toxic. 50 Bug/Electric X-Scissor.Double Lines .com/ds/995081-pokemon-white-version/faqs/6102.21st Battle Pokemon Level Type Attacks Garbodor Lv. 50 Electric Discharge. as with every other facility since Emerald's Battle Frontier. Earthquake. 50 Steel Volt Switch. 50 Ground/Steel Earthquake. Giga Impact. 50 Rock/Flying Rock Slide. The Battle Subway also has a Battle Points currency. Cross Poison. Shadow Ball. Protect.Single Lines . Earthquake Eelektross Lv. Psychic Klinklang Lv. Iron Head. Will-O-Wisp Subway Boss Ingo . Dragon Claw Chandelure Lv. Rock Slide Haxorus Lv. Focus Blast. Aerial Ace. with a greater amount given for battling on the super lines. Gear Grind Galvantula Lv.21st Battle Pokemon Level Type Attacks Crustle Lv. Focus Blast. Giga Impact. Venoshock. Dragon Tail. Protect.49th Battle Pokemon Level Type Attacks Eelektross Lv. Psychic Klinklang Lv. 50 Steel Volt Switch. Thunder Wave Durant Lv. too. Thunder Wave Chandelure Lv. Iron Head.Single Lines . 50 Dragon Dragon Dance. Aerial Ace. Rock Slide Klinklang Lv. Will-O-Wisp Excadrill Lv. Flail Garbodor Lv. Protect Defeating the 49th battles on the Super Single and Super Double lines will earn you a Trainer Star. Shadow Claw. Earthquake. Rock Slide Subway Bosses Emmet and Ingo . Thunderbolt. Dragon Claw. Dragon Claw. Thunderbolt. Venoshock. 50 Ghost/Fire Overheat. Poison Jab. 50 Bug/Rock X-Scissor. Shift Gear.Multi Lines . Dragon Tail. 50 Poison Toxic. 50 Dragon Dragon Dance. 50 Ground/Steel Earthquake. Thunder Wave Archeops Lv. Wild Charge. Subway Boss Emmet .

. Round 36 TM87. Pluck 36 TM34. Smack Down 36 TM48. and with the new functions of the Global Link there are new things possible. The train to Anville Town simply takes you to Anville Town. Sludge Wave 48 TM51. a far away place in Unova where you can do some item trading. Quash 48 TM64. It doesn't even have a Pokemon Center! There's also an interesting change to the Subway that means double KOs (ie where both sides have all Pokemon fainted) aren't neccessary losses anymore. I don't know if you always win. Incinerate 48 TM60. Explosion 48 TM77. or if it depends on what actions were taken. Swagger 36 TM88. Pokemon has now taken the use of the internet further than ever before.don't start blowing up your last Pokemon just in case. 127 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . but there isn't all that much purpose to it otherwise. The Dream World The Dream World is an interesting new addition in Black & White.. removing an unfair advantage from the AI. However. Psych Up 48 BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP BP It's also worth noting that after every 21 battles (so every multiple of 21) the platform you reach after the seventh battle of that run will have a guy on the far left who will reward you with a PP UP.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Exercise caution all the same . Ally Switch 48 TM59. Power Lens 16 Power Band 16 Power Anklet 16 Power Weight 16 Toxic Orb 16 Flame Orb 16 White Herb 32 Power Herb 32 Absorb Bulb 32 Cell Battery 32 Red Card 32 Eject Button 32 Wise Glasses 48 Muscle Band 48 Scope Lens 48 Zoom Lens 48 Wide Lens 48 BrightPowder 48 Focus Band 48 Focus Sash 48 Choice Band 48 Choice Specs 48 Choice Scarf 48 Life Orb 48 Iron Ball 48 Air Balloon 48 Binding Band 48 Razor Claw 48 Razor Fang 48 Rare Candy 48 That covers pretty much everything about the place.gamefaqs.

Strike Zoroark with one hit to reveal its actual form. give out a cry and you'll then be thrown into a battle with a Lv. If you happen to accidentally faint Zoroark. Should you somehow get the Lock Capsule (which at this point is impossible. If you managed to get the Shiny Raikou. Unfortunately my knowledge on the Dream World is limited at the time of writing this. For example. approach the caravan and a woman will run out. however. send the beast over to BW through the Relocator. With Celebi in your party. talk to the girl in this room and Zorua will remove its illusion and appear. Zorua and Celebi Requirements: Obtain a special Celebi. If you use the PokeTransfer then you won't be able to activate this event . It does not matter which beast it is.) then you will be able to unlock this event. and then the girl will offer to give you Zorua. You might be able to get the likes of Drought Vulpix. There are four notable things in Black and White that need events.. Entei or Suicune off of Wi-Fi or in stores then you can unlock this event. you can exit and re-enter the forest to reactivate the event again. You'll have to pick a Poke Ball to put it in.. The Pokemon you catch here are special.gamefaqs. then it'll work. ability remains the same. one is item related and the remaining two are move related. However. it won't be Zoroark when you first end up in the battle! Zoroark will take on the form of one of the three beasts. all in England. With the beast in your party. otherwise known as the Game Freak building. who is always female. 10 Zorua for your very own. 25 Zoroark. If you're unlocking the event with Raikou. Special Events There are some things in Pokemon Black & White that are in the game but cannot normally be accessed without the use of outside materials. Of course. take it to the first building on the right on the street directly to the right of the Pokemon Center. nor does it matter whether you have trained it or not! As long as you have one of the there. Zoroark and the Crown Beasts Requirements: Obtain one of the 'crown beasts'. You'll have to send the Celebi from your DPPtHGSS game to BW using the RELOCATOR. she'll be Suicune and Suicune users will see a Raikou illusion. Lock in one of the buildings of Castelia City who has the appearance of a clown. As with Celebi. which copies everything to do with a Pokemon appearance wise.. stats.. Celebi and Zorua will play. Zoroark will be an Entei.send the Celebi over with the Relocator in Castelia City! Once Celebi is there safely. but once you do so you'll have a free Lv. maintain your own house and catch Pokemon in three specific areas. Note that the Celebi can only be used to activate this event once. one can plant and grow berries in the Dream World. You can then take this beast to Lostlorn Forest to unlock the event. as they possess an ability that is normally impossible to you cannot catch it again. Maybe in the future. taking the Lock Capsule to him will have him tell you that it was encapsulated to stop the item inside getting in the hands of Team 128 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . you can always breed Zoroark anyway! The Lock Capsule Requirements: Obtain the Lock Capsule. I might add) send it over with the Relocator. This is Zoroark's illusion ability in effect. Also note that the beasts can only be used once each to unlock the event.. Technician Shroomish or Magic Guard Abra for your very own. one is Pokemon related. Once Zoroark is caught. The Dream World is the most prominent addition to the games and has several functions that are not possible in the regular Unova. Should you manage to obtain a Celebi from one of the Black & White mall tours in America or the GAME stores in the UK (which annoyingly only had ten of them give out Celebi.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. but everything else ie type. If you're using Entei.. There's a guy called Mr. so there's not a lot I can do to help.

head down the great slope and fight another Plasma grunt.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Victini has a cute little jig too. LEGENDARY POKEMON ~ VICTINI Level: 15 Type: Psychic / Fire Ability: Victory Star Moves: Confusion / Incinerate / Quick Attack / Endure Base Stats: 100 HP / 100 Attack / 100 Defense / 100 Special Attack / 100 Special Defense / 100 Speed Victini is relatively low level. this time using a Lv. though he's easily avoidable if you so wish.gamefaqs. You'll have to take out the Plasma grunt first who uses a single Lv. Victini has a secondary type of Fire. which has nobody happened during the initial releases of Black & White around the world. so Victini will easily integrate into your team if you want to use it in the main game. don't bother trying to get a shiny Victini. as well as Plasma grunts! Start making your way around. It starts off with Confusion and Incinerate which are some pretty decent moves. there isn't really anything else to do here. Ohohoho. Victini's Victory Star ability increases the accuracy of its own moves and any other Pokemon on its team currently out in the battle by 10%. Rocket. TM95.. all being equal and relatively high. along with the three 129 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . 17 Patrat and move on. 18 Sandile. 17 Scraggy. so it will be just as hard to catch as any other legendary! This might make it pretty difficult if you're limited to Poke Balls and Great Balls. though not neccessarily a good one. due to the fact you can catch it very early on. take it the Moor of Icirrus. You can leave and come back to Liberty Island anytime. for the record. There's an algorithm in the code that causes a shiny PID for Victini to be automatically skipped over. Also. as it is NOT possible. It's the 'cute' Pokemon of Generation V and has stats as such. Victini waits at the top of the room! Don't forget to save before you attempt to catch it. The next one is also avoidable. Keldeo and Secret Sword Requirements: Somehow obtain a Keldeo.. Defeat his Lv. Head back right and then attempt to move into the tower. you'll find a bunch of people around. The first Plasma grunt on the right will fight you with a Lv. However. Victini and Liberty Island Requirements: Obtain the Liberty Pass from a Wi-Fi event. giving you the final TM in the game. When you arrive. 17 Sandile and Lv. take a trip to Castelia City and go to the furthest port on the left. but try and weaken it as much as possible. there's an ULTRA BALL hidden in the third bin down. If you go to the very far left. Unfortunately. If you get ahold of it. Once you catch it. This is one of the easier events to unlock. 17 Patrat and Lv. The same applies to Reshiram and Zekrom. That's a shame! Defeat his Lv. Inside. talk to the guy on the left and show him your Liberty Pass to get a trip to Liberty Island. The usual strategies for a legendary will work just as well here. put it to sleep etcetera. He'll unlock it for you. 20 Watchog. it's not that good of a move. then you can move forward. and he's positioned so as to block the passage onto Team Plasma's boat.. which gives it a unique type There will be a boat here. If by some miracle you get a Keldeo. but this doesn't affect you at all for this match seeing as all of its moves are already 100% accurate. but it's nothing big. 18 Patrat. Head inside the room for a lecture and a final fight.. it does only have a catch rate of 3. SNARL. though. and it involves the use of Wi-Fi at any point the Liberty Pass event is active.

you must never able to use it again. After some complaining about N's prevention of the project. giving it an 85 power Fire.gamefaqs. and together they will teach Keldeo a new move. the idea is credited to Nuzlocke. it learns Thunderbolt. go into the alleyway in Castelia City and enter the cafe.. this is not the main purpose of Relic Song! When used. a 75 power Normal-type move with a 20% chance of causing Sleep. Allow it to do so and the man we saw in Mistralton Cave will appear. As the name implies. others of the musketeer quartet (Cobalion. Nuzlocke Challenge The Nuzlocke Challenge is currently one of the most recognised and practiced challenges in the Pokemon games. he'll give you two items depending on what version you're playing. Secret Sword is a unique 85 power special Fighting move that attacks physical defense. or you have no Poke Balls when you catch anything from that area. you'll know what I as far as things go it's a pretty useless forme change. such as not allowing the use of Pokemon Centers or 130 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Unfortunately. I was quite upset when I lost my lil' ice cream when I tried a Nuzlocke on Black :( Otherwise. Challenges In the event you get bored with Black and White. any point . Meloetta and Relic Song Requirements: Somehow obtain a he'll battle you with a Lv. head to the P2 Laboratory. you lose the challenge. Pokemon is as hard as you make it. but it really isn't much of a switch. and there are different challenges you can do to try and spice it up a bit. The purpose of these items is to change Genesect's 'forme'. It might sound silly. If you go inside the laboratory building you will find a scientist inside. Once you beat him. there are ways to spice up the game. the only move of all to have a sleep side effect. It isn't absolutely neccessary. Genesect can do far better than Techno Blast. The Nuzlocke challenge has two distinct rules: You can only catch the first Pokemon that you the first. Water. but still uses Keldeo's superior Special Attack stat. Talk to the guitarist here and he'll begin to play an ancient melody.) Go to the hill just to the left of the entrance and Keldeo will ask to come out of its ball. Relic Song will cause Meloetta to change from its Normal/Psychic green-haired Aria Forme to its Normal/Fighting Pirouette Forme.either by the battle ending or by switching out . Ice Beam AND Flamethrower anyway. It's a useful move for any Keldeo. you're stuffed and cannot either release it or place it in the box. Black players will receive the BURN DRIVE and the SHOCK DRIVE. With a Genesect in hand. Genesect and the Drives Requirements: Somehow obtain a Genesect. whereas White players instead gain the DOUSE DRIVE and the CHILL DRIVE. If a Pokemon faints .. Once the scene is finished. so the Douse Drive is really the only one that is remotely useful. granting it a stat switch in favour of attack and speed. You'll do so. Electric or Ice move to use. the transformation only lasts until Meloeta is removed from the fight . and will A heavily practiced rule is nicknaming the Pokemon you get. it changes the colour of the little rectangle on Genesect's cannon to match the Teravolt colour (it's normally a dark yellow) and also changes the type of its signature Techno Blast move to match the type that the drive represents. Equipping a drive will do two things. You'll automatically release Meloetta from its Poke Ball and it'll (why the hell is it genderless?!) begin to float and dance around the room.. Meloetta will learn Relic Song. it's entirely up to the user what else they want to do. at least. However. Aria Forme itself is decent. find in the route. though. say some words and then ask you to release the other three muskeeters. If you happen to kill encounter it.. 34 Klang. but if you start playing. who is also the maker of the Nuzlocke comics.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. but it furthers the feel of bonding that the Nuzlocke challenge gives you. If you somehow get a Meloetta. If you run out of have to restart the game from the beginning. the one responsible for the Genesect project in the first place. Pokemon. You can make the challenge harder in a number of ways. Terrakion and Virizion. called Secret Sword. 34 Klink and a Lv.

which can help a lot. level up moves The fun in this challenge is that you are basically forced to use near everything that appears in the wild. HM slaves are however allowed. Rules such as whether you can catch a Pokemon on each floor of a cave or in the cave as a whole. it simply must possess the type you choose OR evolve into the type you have chosen. More than anything. and made the job of moveset collection that much . You'll also need strategy to an extent. and the fact that TMs are now reusable as many times as you wish helps a lot in this challenge. as you'll have to keep catching new Pokemon in order to keep up with the game's levels.Rare Candies. once you're able to catch a Pokemon of that chosen type then you must catch it and deposit all non-conforming Pokemon in the PC . so the choice really lies with the user. who evolves into the Flying-type Masquerain. PokeJungle . Prepare as best as you can for big threats (such as Lenora!) and always be on your guard.A valuable information resource which helped massively in collecting location data and checking stats. To be able to use a Pokemon. Bulbapedia . you are perfectly allowed to use it. For example.. If you have two . whether directly or indirectly: Serebii. you'd be able to use Pidove . whereas that code will shoot it so low that the absolute max you'll get from a battle is about 5. the chance of you getting a level up is very. there's another bit of strategy involved . Credits The following people and websites helped contribute to this guide.A friend of mine who answered a few of the questions that I thought of when going through the guide. They don't technically give any experience. though there aren't a huge amount in the game. Critical hits are. Mono-Type Challenge A classic Pokemon challenge is to go through the game using only one type. In these settings. Whether you can use Rare Candies or not is a bit of a thin line.. As such. you can grab a Level 39 Gothorita or Duosion (the highest in the area) and apply both candies to them to get yourself a Level 41 Gothitelle or Reuniclus. They're also neccessary for a lot of evolutions! You will be stuck with a lot of unevolved Pokemon otherwise. very low. Route 9 has Gothorita/Duosion. who never gains a Flying-type. you need to be careful if you attempt a Nuzlocke challenge. without a doubt. but if you can somehow activate the game's anti piracy or use this code: 521D6D0C 121D7D0E 121D7D10 D0000000 46C0BDF8 00002500 00004345 00000000 The anti piracy will eliminate experience altogether.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www. Whether a Pokemon is dual typed or not is irrelevant! As long as one of the two types matches your chosen type.and you'd be able to use Surskit. taking into account a gigantic level difference. If you do allow them. The way this challenge goes is relatively linear so it'll only really be fun once. whether a gift Pokemon counts as a Pokemon for that area etcetera are also often up for debate. No/Minimal EXP Challenge This is a challenge that you can't do with the game alone.who is always Flying .or alternatively. A great site for sure. You wouldn't be able to use Blitzle.Also an incredible information resource.trying to find good places to use them.PokeJungle is a Pokemon blog that is pretty damn quick with the information some of the stuff they got helped with the translation of this guide.and only two . 131 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . Stone evolutions can also be helpful. It's your choice whether you think they're allowed or not. if you chose a Flying-type run. forcing yourself to not buy any items whatsoever. 0mastar . release them. but it's a good one all the same. but at the same time they also give as much experience as neccessary in order to reach the next level. your worst enemy. For example.gamefaqs.

Last Updated 2011-03-06 Hosted by GameFAQs Return to Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQs & Guides 132 of 132 1/23/2013 10:40 PM . and the message boards for Black and White for holding valued information which made the guide that much GameFAQs ..gamefaqs.. Thank you for reading and/or using this guide. Pokemon White Version: FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano Version 2.Both the staff members for uploading the guide and letting people see it.GameFAQs: Pokemon White Version (DS) FAQ/Walkthrough by Drayano http://www.20.