Pokemon Omega Ruby

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Legendary Pokemon

Successfully complete the indicated task to find the corresponding Pokemon:

    Azelf, Mespirit, and Uxie: Soar with different Friendly Pokemon in your party to find Nameless Cavern. Visit it at different times to randomly encounter Azelf, Mespirit, and Uxie. Note: After you have captured one of these Pokemon, you must wait twelve hours before capturing another one.

    Cresselia: Soar regularly until you encounter it near Ever Grande City at Level 50.

    Cobalion, Terrakion, and Virizion: Use some well-trained Pokemon to find Pathless Pain. Visit it on different days of the week to randomly encounter Cobalion, Terrakion, and Virizion. Note: After you have captured one of these Pokemon, you must wait twelve hours before capturing another one.

    Dialga, Giratina, and Palkia: First, obtain Azelf, Mesprit, and Uxie. Then, Soar with a Psychic-type trio in your party to find Dialga or Palkia in the Dimension Rift. Note: Finding Girantina requires temporal and spatial finesse.

    Entei, Raikou, and Suicune: Soar with different Legendary Pokemon in your party to find Trackless Forest. Visit it at different times to randomly encounter Entei, Raikou, and Suicune.

    Kyurem, Reshiram, and Zekrom: Soar with a very high-level Pokemon to find the Gnarled Den. Note: Capturing Kyurem requires having both Reshiram and Zekrom in your party, which is difficult because they are exclusive to one version of the game.

    Landorus, Thundurus, and Tornadus: Soar with a Pokemon that reacts to weather to encounter Thundurus or Tornadus. Note: Finding Landorus requires the power of Lightning/Storm and having both Tornadus and Thundurus in your party.

    Regigigas: Capture Regice, Regirock, and Registeel. Soar to Pacifidlog Town, and enter the house located on the east side of the Pokemon Center. The girl will tell stories about another Legendary Pokemon called Regigigas that she learned from her grandfather. Then, put Regice, Regirock, and Registeel in your party. Have Regice with a Snowball, Icicle Plate, Icy Rock, or a Never-Melt Ice to hold. Give Regice a nickname; go to the Name Rater in Slateport City to learn how to give a nickname. Defeat or catch Groudon or Kyogre at the Cave Of Origin. Note: You must wait 24 hours after acquiring Regice, Regirock, and Registeel. Once those steps have been completed, Soar to Route 105, and travel towards the Island Cave. Enter the cave's rear cavern during the day. Save the game, then move towards the center of the area. If all conditions were met, the ground will shake, and Regigigas will appear.

Bonus Pokemon

Successfully complete one of the following tasks to get the corresponding Pokemon:

    Beldum: Successfully complete the Delta Episode, then go to Steven's home in Mossdeep City.
    Camerupt: At the Battle Resort in the Beach House on the right.
    Castform: Defeat Team Aqua or Team Magma, then talk to the Scientist at the Weather Institute.
    Latios (Ruby) and Latias (Sapphire): Meet Steven on Route 118, and go to Southern Island.
    Sharpedo: At the Battle Resort, in the Beach House on the right.
    Togepi: Defeat the Elite Four, then talk to the old lady near the hot springs in Lavaridge Town.
    Wynaut (Egg): Talk to the old lady near the hot springs in Lavaridge Town.

You have a chance of getting a starter Pokemon from previous regions (Johto, Sinnoh, and Unova). After defeating the Elite Four, go to Route 101, and find Professor Birch and/or his wife being chased by a Pokemon to get a starter. This can be done repeatedly depending on how many times the Elite Four were defeated.

    Johto starters (Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile): Defeat the Elite Four once.
    Unova starters (Oshawott, Snivy, Tepig): Defeat the Elite Four twice.
    Sinnoh starters (Chimchar, Piplup, Turtwig): Defeat the Elite Four three times.

Poke Balls

Successfully complete the indicated task to obtain the corresponding Poke Ball:

    Dive Ball: Purchase for 1,000 from the Fallarbor Town Poke Mart. It is useful in catching underwater Pokemon.

    Dusk Ball: Purchase for 1,000 from the Fallarbor Town Poke Mart. It is useful for catching wild Pokemon between 8:00 p.m. and 3:59 a.m., as well as Pokemon in caves.

    Great Ball: Purchase for 600 at Poke Marts after you have earned your first Gym Badge. It has a higher catch rate than the standard Poke Ball.

    Heal Ball: Purchase for 300 from the Verdanturf Town Poke Mart. It restore caught Pokemon's HP and fixes all status conditions.

    Luxury Ball: Purchase for 1,000 from the Verdanturf Town Poke Mart.

    Master Ball: In Pokemon Alpha Sapphire, it is obtained from the Team Aqua Hideout B3F. In Pokemon Omega Ruby, it is obtained from Team Magma Hideout B3F. It can be used for catching wild Pokemon.

    Nest Ball: Purchase for 1,000 from the Verdanturf Town Poke Mart.

    Net Ball: Purchase for 1,000 from the Rustboro Town Poke Mart after you have talked to the Scientist and opened the Rusturf Tunnel.

    Poke Ball: Purchase for 200 at Poke Marts after Brendan or May give you Poke Balls at Littleroot Town. It is a standard Poke Ball that is used to catch wild Pokemon.

    Premier Ball: Purchase at least 10 Poke Balls at the same time to obtain it. It is a celebratory token from an event.

    Quick Ball: Purchase for 1,000 from the Fallarbor Town Poke Mart.

    Repeat Ball: Purchase for 1000 from Rustboro Town Poke Mart after you have talked to the Scientist and opened the Rusturf Tunnel.

    Timer Ball: Purchase for 1,000 from the Rustboro Town Poke Mart after you have talked to the Scientist and opened the Rusturf Tunnel. As you take more turns, it will get more effective.

    Ultra Ball: Purchase for 1,200 at Poke Marts after you have earned your first Gym Badge. It has a higher catch rate than a Great Ball.

Pokemon Contest Spectacular unlockables

Successfully complete the indicated task to unlock the corresponding reward:

    Battle Animation and Contest Star Ribbon: Win all five Master Rank contests with the same Pokemon.
    Cosplay Pikachu: Participate in any contest.
    Glass Ornament Decoration: Win all Master Rank contests three times each, then speak with the Lilycove museum curator.
    Lucarionite and Star Light Decoration: Win all five Master Rank contests, and then defeat Lisia in any contest.

Super Secret Base unlockables

Collect the indicated number of flags from Super Secret Bases to reach the listed rank and unlock the corresponding bonuses:

    Secret Pals have a second skill, more items in Fortree's Secret Base Store, and a Blackboard: Collect 50 flags to reach the Bronze rank.
    Secret Pals have a third skill, more items in Fortress's Decoration Store, and a Jukebox: Collect 100 flags to reach the Silver rank.
    Secret Pals have a fourth skill, you can take photos of your Base, and Mood Lighting: Collect 500 flags to reach the Gold rank.
    Secret Pals can use their skills twice daily, a Confetti Ball, and Garchompite: Collect 1,000 flags to reach the Platinum rank.

Pokedex diplomas

Capture all Pokemon in the indicated Pokedex, then speak with the Game Director of Game Freak that appears in the Lilycove Cove Lily after completing the game to get the corresponding diploma, which will also be available as a decoration for your Secret Base. Note: The following Pokemon are not needed to get the diplomas: Mew, Celebi, Jirachi, Darkrai, Shaymin, Arceus, Victini, Keldeo, Meloetta, Genesect, Diancie, Hoopa, and Volcanion.

    Hoenn Pokedex Diploma: Capture all Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex, then speak with the Director.
    National Pokedex Diploma: Capture all Pokemon in the National Pokedex, then speak with the Director.

Bonus wallpapers and extra box in Pokemon Storage System

Successfully complete the Delta Episode to unlock the following special wallpapers and the final box for the Pokemon Storage System:

    Box 31
    Special 1 (Hoenn Starters)
    Special 2 (Primal Groudon)
    Special 3 (Primal Kyogre)
    Special 4 (Mega Rayquaza)
    Special 5 (Team Magma)
    Special 6 (Team Aqua)
    Special 7 (Hoenn Map/Secret Bases)
    Special 8 (Contest Spectacular)

Alternate Trainer Card colors

Your Trainer Card will initially start with a blue hue. Successfully complete the one of the following tasks to change it to bronze, two tasks to change it to silver, and all three tasks to change it to gold:

    Trainer Card color change: Defeat the Elite Four and the Champion.
    Trainer Card color change: Capture all Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Trainer Card color change: Earn a 50 win streak at a Battle Maison facility.

Time Travel Award

Have a Pokemon that originated on Pokemon Ruby or Pokemon Sapphire as the leader in your party. After defeating the Elite Four, speak with the Game Freak Director in Lilycove's Cove Lily Hotel to receive the Time Travel Award. This is a diploma that you can also use as a decoration at your Secret Base.

Mega Stone locations

A special Mega Stone is required to Mega Evolve a particular Pokemon. It must be combined with a Mega Bracelet. Give the Mega Stone to your Pokemon during the battle, and it will Mega Evolve. After the battle ends, your Pokemon will transform back to its original state. Some Mega Stones only appear after certain conditions are met, as indicated below:

Always available

    Mega Absol (Absolite): At the Safari Zone.
    Mega Aggron (Aggronite): Travel towards the Rusturf Tunnel, and smash rocks with Rock Smash.
    Mega Alakazam (Alakazite): Travel to the Steelport Market.
    Mega Banette (Banettie): Inside the summit of Mt. Pyre.
    Mega Beedrill (Beedrillite): At the Storage in Sea Mauville.
    Mega Blaziken (Blazikenite): If Blaziken was your Starter Pokemon, the Mega Stone is at Route 120. If not, it is obtained from the Route 114 Stone Salesman.
    Mega Garchomp (Garchomite): Reach "Platinum" rank in the Secret Base Guild, then get it from Aarune.
    Mega Heracross (Heracronite): Travel towards Route 127, and find it on the island.
    Mega Lucario (Lucarionote): Defeat Lisia in a Master Rank Contest.
    Mega Manectric (Manectite): Travel towards Cycling Road on Route 110.
    Mega Mawile (Mawilite): At Verdanturf Town.
    Mega Medicham (Medichamite): At Mt. Pyre.
    Mega Pidgeot (Pidgeotite): In Rustboro City, Mr. Stone (Steven's father) will give you the Mega Stone in exchange for the Intriguing Stone.
    Mega Pinsir (Pinsirite): At Route 124.
    Mega Sableye (Sablenite): Near the Cave Of Origin in Sootopolis City.
    Mega Sceptile (Sceptilite): If Sceptile was your Starter Pokemon, the Mega Stone is on Route 120. If not, it is obtained from the Route 114 Stone Salesman.
    Mega Slowbro (Slowbronite): At Shoal Cave, give a man four Shoal Shells and four Shoal Slats.
    Mega Steelix (Steelixite): Transfer Mega Steelix (found in the lower levels of Granite Cave) over from the Japanese version of Pokemon Omega Ruby and Pokemon Alpha Sapphire demo.
    Mega Swampert (Swaperite): If Swampert was your Starter Pokemon, the Mega Stone is on Route 120. If not, it is obtained from the Route 114 Stone Salesman.

Available after defeating Super Ancient Pokemon

    Mega Abomasnow (Abomasonite): Travel towards the Berry Field located at Route 123.
    Mega Aerodactyl (Aerodactylite): At Meteor Falls.
    Mega Ampharos (Ampharosite): At New Mauville.
    Mega Charizard X (Charizardite X): At Fiery Path.
    Mega Charizard Y (Charizardite Y): At Scorched Slab.
    Mega Gardevoir (Gardevointe): From Wanda in Verdanturf Town.
    Mega Houndoom (Houndoominte): Travel towards Lavaridge Town.
    Mega Kangaskhan (Kangashanite): Travel towards Pacifidlog Town.
    Mega Lopunny (Lopunnite): Interact with the businessman wearing the suit in Mauville Hills at Mauville City.
    Mega Mewtwo X (Mewtwonte X): Travel towards Littleroot Town.
    Mega Mewtwo Y (Mewtwonte Y): At the Pokemon League.
    Mega Scizor (Scizorite): Travel towards Patalburg Woods.
    Mega Tyranitar (Tyrantiarite): Near the Jagged Pass.
    Mega Venusaur (Venusaurite): At Route 119.
    Primal Kyogre (Blue Orb): At Sootopolis City through story events.
    Primal Groudon (Red Orb): At Sootopolis City through story events.

Available after Delta Zone

    Mega Audino (Audinite): From Looker in the Battle Resort.
    Mega Blastoise (Blastoisinite): Travel towards the SS Tidal.
    Mega Camerupt (Cameruptite): In Pokemon Alpha Sapphire, it is at Battle Resort. In Pokemon Omega Ruby, it is at Magma Hideout during the Delta Episode.
    Mega Gallade (Galladite): After the Delta Episode is over, speak to Professor Cozmo at his lab.
    Mega Gengar (Gengarite): Travel towards the Battle Resort.
    Mega Latias (Latiasite): Talk to your mom at your house.
    Mega Latios (Latiosite): Talk to your mom at your house.
    Mega Metagross (Metagrossite): Defeat Steven the Champion after the rematch in the Pokemon League.
    Mega Salamence (Salamencite): From Zinnia's grandmother at Meteor Falls.
    Mega Sharpedo (Sharpedonite): In Pokemon Alpha Sapphire, it is at Battle Resort. In Pokemon Omega Ruby, it is at Magma Hideout during the Delta Episode.

Special

    Mega Diancie (Diancite): Transfer Diancie from Pokemon X or Pokemon Y, and the Mega Stone will appear at any Pokemon Center.

HM locations

Successfully complete the indicated task to obtain the corresponding HM:

    HM 01 (Cut): Obtain from a man inside Cutter's House at Rustboro City.
    HM 02 (Fly): Obtain from May or Brendan at Route 119.
    HM 03 (Surf): Obtain from Wally's father using the Balance Badge.
    HM 04 (Strength): Obtain from May or Brendan at Route 112.
    HM 05 (Waterfall): Defeat Gym Leader Wallace at Sootopolis City.
    HM 06 (Rock Smash): Obtain from Wally's uncle at Mauville City.
    HM 07 (Dive): Obtain from Steven at Mossdeep City using the Mind Badge.

TM locations

Successfully complete the indicated task to obtain the corresponding TM:

    TM 01 (Hone Claws): Purchase from the Slateport Market for 5,000.
    TM 02 (Dragon Claw): Obtain at Meteor Falls using Surf and Waterfall.
    TM 03 (Psyshock): Found in a house at Pacifidlog Town.
    TM 04 (Calm Mind): Defeat Gym Leaders Liza and Tate at Mossdeep City.
    TM 05 (Roar): Obtain from the gentleman on Route 114.
    TM 06 (Toxic): Obtain on the Fiery Path using Strength.
    TM 07 (Hail): Found in a Shoal Cave on Route 125 at low tide using Surf.
    TM 08 (Bulk Up): Defeat Gym Leader Brawly at Dewford Town.
    TM 09 (Venoshock): Purchase from the upper clerk at the Mauville Poke Mart for 10,000.
    TM 10 (Hidden Power): Obtain from the old woman at Fortree City.
    TM 11 (Sunny Day): Obtain at the Scorched Slab on Route 120 using Surf.
    TM 12 (Taunt): Reward from the Trick House.
    TM 13 (Ice Beam): Obtain on Route 108 in Sea Mauville using Surf and Dive.
    TM 14 (Blizzard): Purchase for 30,000 at the Lilycove Department Store (4F).
    TM 15 (Hyper Beam): Purchase for 50,000 at the Lilycove Department Store (4F).
    TM 16 (Light Screen): Purchase for 10,000 at the Lilycove Department Store (4F).
    TM 17 (Protect): Purchase for 10,000 at the Lilycove Department Store (4F).
    TM 18 (Rain Dance): Obtain at Route 108 in Sea Mauville using Surf an Dive.
    TM 19 (Roost): Defeat Gym Leader Winona at Fortree City.
    TM 20 (Safeguard): Purchase for 10,000 at the Lilycove Department Store (4F).
    TM 21 (Frustration): Obtain from the house with an unfriendly Pokemon in Pacifidlog Town.
    TM 22 (Solar Beam): Obtain at the Safari Zone using Surf and Bikes.
    TM 23 (Smack Down): Obtain from Professor Cozmo after rescuing him from Team Magma or Team Aqua.
    TM 24 (Thunderbolt): Help Gym Leader Wattson in his apartment at New Mauville.
    TM 25 (Thunder): Purchase for 30,000 in the Lilycove Department Store (4F).
    TM 26 (Earthquake): Obtain from Seafloor Cavern in Route 128 using Surf and Dive.
    TM 27 (Return): Obtain from the house with a friendly Pokemon at Pacifidlog Town.
    TM 28 (Dig): Obtain from the Fossil Maniac's little brother at his home on Route 114.
    TM 29 (Psychic): From Victory Road, go to Ever Grande City to find it.
    TM 30 (Shadow Ball): Found at Mt. Pyre.
    TM 31 (Brick Break): Found in a house at Sootopolis City.
    TM 32 (Double Team): Found on Route 113.
    TM 33 (Reflect): Purchase for 10,000 at the Lilycove Department Store (4F).
    TM 34 (Sludge Wave): Found on a shoal on Route 132.
    TM 35 (Flamethrower): Found on Victory Road.
    TM 36 (Sludge Bomb): Obtain in Dewford Hall from a Collector using Knuckle Badge.
    TM 37 (Sandstorm): Found in the desert on Route 111 using Go-Goggles.
    TM 38 (Fire Blast): Purchase for 30,000 at the Lilycove Department Store (4F).
    TM 39 (Rock Tomb): Defeat Gym Leader Roxanne at Rustboro City.
    TM 40 (Aerial Ace): Purchase from the upper clerk at the Mauville Poke Mart for 10,000.
    TM 41 (Torment): Obtain from the Sailor at Slateport's Contest Spectacular Hall.
    TM 42 (Facade): Purchase from the upper clerk at the Mauville Poke Mart for 10,000.
    TM 43 (Flame Charge): Found on the Jagged Pass using the Acro Bike.
    TM 44 (Rest): Found in a house at Lilycove City.
    TM 45 (Attract): Obtain from the girl at the Verdanturf's Contest Spectacular Hall.
    TM 46 (Thief): Obtain from the Grunt of Team Magma or Team Aqua at the Slateport Oceanic Museum.
    TM 47 (Low Sweep): Purchase from the upper clerk at the Mauville Poke Mart for 10,000.
    TM 48 (Round): Found in the Crooner's Cafe at the western side of the Mauville City.
    TM 49 (Echoed Voice): Obtain from a boy on Route 104.
    TM 50 (Overheat): Defeat Gym Leader Flannery at Lavaridge Town.
    TM 51 (Steel Wing): Obtain from Steven at Granite Cave.
    TM 52 (Focus Blast): Purchase for 30,000 at the Lilycove Department Store (4F).
    TM 53 (Energy Ball): Found in the Safari Zone using Surf and Bikes.
    TM 54 (False Swipe): Obtain from a man at Rustboro's Poke Mart.
    TM 55 (Scald): Found on the Seafloor Cavern on the Route 128 using Surf and Dive.
    TM 56 (Fling): Found in a house at Pacifidlog Town.
    TM 57 (Charge Beam): Purchase from an upper clerk at the Mauville Poke Mart for 10,000.
    TM 58 (Sky Drop): Obtain from a Delinquent at the Mauville Poke Mart.
    TM 59 (Incinerate): Found on Mt. Chimney.
    TM 60 (Quash): Obtain from a girl at the Mossdeep Poke Mart.
    TM 61 (Will-O-Wisp): Found on Mt. Pyre.
    TM 62 (Acrobatics): Found on Route 119 using Surf and Waterfall.
    TM 63 (Embargo): Obtain from a Bug Maniac on the S.S. Tidal .
    TM 64 (Explosion): Found at Sky Pillar using Surf.
    TM 65 (Shadow Claw): Found at Granite Cave using Acro Bike.
    TM 66 (Payback): Found on Mirage Island 2.
    TM 67 (Retaliate): Defeat Gym Leader Norman at Petalburg City
    TM 68 (Giga Impact): Purchase for 50,000 at the Lilycove Department Store (4F).
    TM 69 (Rock Polish): Found on Jagged Pass using Acro Bike.
    TM 70 (Flash): Obtain from the hiker at Granite Cave.
    TM 71 (Stone Edge): Purchase for 30,000 at the Lilycove Department Store (4F).
    TM 72 (Volt Switch): Defeat Gym Leader Wattson at Mauville City
    TM 73 (Thunder Wave): Purchase at a stall in Slateport Market for 5,000.
    TM 74 (Gyro Ball): Found in the Mirage Forest 8.
    TM 75 (Swords Dance): Obtain from a Black Belt at Lavaridge Town.
    TM 76 (Struggle Bug): Purchase at a stall in Slateport Market for 5,000.
    TM 77 (Psych Up): Obtain from a Psychic on the upper part of Route 133.
    TM 78 (Bulldoze): Purchase from the upper clerk at the Mauville Poke Mart for 10,000
    TM 79 (Frost Breath): Found at low tide in Shoal Cave on Route 125 using Surf.
    TM 80 (Rock Slide): Found in a shoal on Route 134.
    TM 81 (X-Scissor): Found on Victory Road.
    TM 82 (Dragon Tail): Purchase from the upper clerk at the Mauville Poke Mart for 10,000.
    TM 83 (Infestation): Obtain from Lisia's fan in Sootopolis.
    TM 84 (Poison Jab): Found on the Mirage Mountain 2 using Acro Bike.
    TM 85 (Dream Eater): Obtain from a man at the Safari Zone entrance.
    TM 86 (Grass Knot): Obtain at Fortree City using Devon Scope.
    TM 87 (Swagger): Given in exchange for a loan by a lady in the Pokemon Day Care at Battle Resort.
    TM 88 (Sleep Talk): Found in a house in Lilycove City.
    TM 89 (U-turn): Found at Mauville Hills using Rain Badge.
    TM 90 (Substitute): Found on Mirage Island 5.
    TM 91 (Flash Canon): Found on Mirage Island 8.
    TM 92 (Trick Room): In the Trick House, you will get this as a reward.
    TM 93 (Wild Charge): Obtain at Safari Zone using Surf and Bikes.
    TM 94 (Secret Power): You will get this one from Aarune on Route 111.
    TM 95 (Snarl): Found in Mirage Cave 8.
    TM 96 (Nature Power): Obtain from Aarune on the Fiery Path using the Heat Badge.
    TM 97 (Dark Pulse): Found at the Team Magma or Team Aqua hideout using Surf.
    TM 98 (Power-Up Punch): Purchase from the upper clerk at the Mauville Poke Mart for 10,000.
    TM 99 (Dazzling Gleam): Obtain from the Fairy Tale Girl on Route 123.
    TM 100 (Confide): Purchase from a stall at the Slateport Market for it for 5,000.

Item locations

Search the indicated location and/or complete the indicated task to unlock the corresponding item:

Acro Bike

    Result: Foldable bike that you can use to do stunts like wheelies and bunny hops.
    Acquired from: Rydel's Cycles in Mauville City.

Aqua Suit

    Result: A suit made from the collective technical knowledge of Team Aqua that is so strong it can absorb any impact.
    Acquired from: Archie in Sootopolis City in Pokemon Alpha Sapphire.

Clear Bell

    Result: An old bell that helps you find Ho-Oh.
    Acquired from: Captain Stern in Slateport City once you find Scanner in Pokemon Omega Ruby.

Contest Costume - Boy

    Result: A suit you wear in Contest Spectacular.
    Acquired from: Lisia in Slateport City with a boy character.

Contest Costume - Girl

    Result: A suit you wear in Contest Spectacular.
    Acquired from: Lisia in Slateport City with a girl character.

Contest Pass

    Result: Required to enter Pokemon Contests.
    Acquired from: Lisia in Slateport City.

Devon Parts

    Result: A box made by Devon Corporation that has some mechanical parts.
    Acquired from: Rusturf Tunnel from a Team Magma or Team Aqua Grunt.

Devon Scope

    Result: Helps locate unseen Pokemon.
    Acquired from: Steven on Route 120.

Devon Scuba Gear

    Result: Provides oxygen when you are using Dive.
    Acquired from: Steven's house in Mossdeep City.

DNA Splicers

    Result: Used to pair Zekrom or Reshiram with Kyurem.
    Acquired from: Using the Dowsing Machine, you can get it from the Gnarled Den.

Dowsing Machine

    Result: Used to detect hidden items.
    Acquired from: Brendan or May on Route 110.

Eon Flute

    Result: Summons Latios and Latias.
    Acquired from: Steven in Sootopolis City.

Exp. Share

    Result: Gives experience to all Pokemon in your party whether they battle or not.
    Acquired from: A researcher of Devon at Petalburg Woods.

Go-Goggles

    Result: Protects your eyes from sandstorms.
    Acquired from: Brendan or May in Lavaridge Town.

Good Rod

    Result: Used to fish for Pokemon in the water.
    Acquired from: A Fisherman on Route 118.

Gracidea

    Result: Unknown.
    Acquired from: Unknown.

Intriguing Stone

    Result: Unknown.
    Acquired from: Unknown.

Key To Room 1

    Result: Unknown.
    Acquired from: Unknown.

Key To Room 2

    Result: Unknown.
    Acquired from: Unknown.

Key To Room 4

    Result: Unknown.
    Acquired from: Unknown.

Key To Room 6

    Result: Unknown.
    Acquired from: Unknown.

Letter

    Acquired from: The Devon Corporation President.

Mach Bike

    Result: Doubles your navigation speed.
    Acquired from: Rydel's Cycles in Mauville City.

Magma Suit

    Result: Suit made from the collective technical knowledge of Team Magma that is so strong it can absorb any impact.
    Acquired from: Maxie in Sootopolis City in Pokemon Omega Ruby.

Mega Bracelet

    Result: Allows a Pokemon carrying Mega Stone power to Mega Evolve while battling.
    Acquired from: Steven on Southern Island.

Meteorite

    Result: Meteorite from Meteor Falls.
    Acquired from: Archie or Maxie at the top of Mt. Chimney.

Meteorite Shard

    Result: Unknown.
    Acquired from: The Delta Episode.

Old Rod

    Result: Helps fish Pokemon from the water.
    Acquired from: A Fisherman in Dewford Town.

Oval Charm

    Result: Increases the possibility of finding Pokemon Eggs in Day Care.
    Acquired from: Successfully complete the Hoenn Pokedex, then go to Professor Birch's lab in Littleroot Town.

Pair Of Tickets

    Result: Two tickets for the Mossdeep Space Center's astronomy show.
    Acquired from: Norman at Hall Of Fame.

Pokeblock Kit

    Result: A case to keep Pokeblocks and a Berry blender to make Pokeblocks.
    Acquired from: Lisia at Slateport.

Reveal Glass

    Result: Change the Incarnate Forme of Tornadus, Thundurus, and Landorus to Therian Forme.
    Acquired from: After you have all three of those Pokemon in your party, you can get it from a shopkeeper in the Narcissus Mirror Shop in Mauville.

S. S. Ticket

    Result: Ticket needed to board the S. S. Tidal Ferry.
    Acquired from: Successfully complete the Delta Episode to get it from Norman at Littleroot Town.

Scanner

    Result: Researching device required by Captain Stern.
    Acquired from: After getting the National Pokedex, you can get it from Sea Mauville.

Shiny Charm

    Result: Increases the chances of finding shiny Pokemon in the wild.
    Acquired from: Successfully complete the National Pokedex, then get it from Professor Birch at his Lab in Littleroot Town.

Soot Sack

    Result: Used to hold gathered volcano ash.
    Acquired from: A person in the Glass Workshop on Route 113.

Storage Key

    Result: Required to open the storage space in Sea Mauville.
    Acquired from: Room 4 in Sea Mauville.

Super Rod

    Result: High tech fishing rod for Pokemon fishing.
    Acquired from: A Fisherman in Mossdeep City.

Tidal Bell

    Result: An old bell used to meet Lugia.
    Acquired from: Captain Stern in Slateport City after you have found the Scanner in Pokemon Alpha Sapphire.

Vs. Recorder

    Result: Record battles at certain special places or between friends.
    Acquired from: A person in the Battle Institute at Mauville City.

Wailmer Pail

    Result: Waters planted Berries so they grow faster.
    Acquired from: A woman in the Pretty Petal Flower Shop on Route 104.

Super Secret Base locations

Search the indicated location to find the corresponding secret base. Once a base is discovered, you can use it to operate from, as well as decorate and furnish it as desired. To begin discovering the Super Secret Bases, you must first meet Aarune in Route 111's grassy northern area.

    Base #1 - Route 110: On a tree near a chic sign, on the small island in the lake. Requires Surf.
    Base #2 - Route 111: It is shaped like an indent and can be found by searching the northeast corner of the desert. Requires Go-Go Goggles.
    Base #3 - Route 111: It is shaped like an indent and can be found by searching the northwest part of the desert for a cave. Requires Go-Go Goggles.
    Base #4 - Route 111: In the middle of the rocky hills in the northern area of the desert. Requires Go-Go Goggles and Mach Bike.
    Base #5 - Route 111: In the far east area of the rocky hills in the northern area of the desert, beyond the Black Belt. Requires Go-Go Goggles and Mach Bike.
    Base #6 - Route 111: Acquired after meeting Aarune, west of the house where Pokemon can rest.
    Base #7 - Route 111: In the northeast corner of the rocky rise, behind the house where Pokemon can rest. Requires Mach Bike.
    Base #8 - Route 113: In the middle of the route, next to some stairs near the Parasol Lady.
    Base #9 - Route 114: On a small island in the lake, north of Lanette's house. Requires Surf.
    Base #10 - Route 114: Almost in the corner of rocky hills southwest of Lanette's house, up the stairs.
    Base #11 - Route 114: In the rocky hills south of Lanette's house, surrounded by cracked boulders. Requires Rock Smash.
    Base #12 - Route 114: In the rocky hills south of Lanette's house, east of Base #11.
    Base #13 - Route 114: Southeast of the Meteor Falls entrance, near the base of the stairs.
    Base #14 - Route 114: Immediately east of the entrance to Meteor Falls. Requires Rock Smash to clear out the boulder in the way.
    Base #15 - Route 115: East of the Meteor Falls entrance. Requires Surf.
    Base #16 - Route 115: Near the shore northwest of the Meteor Falls entrance. Requires Surf.
    Base #17 - Route 115: On the green hills in the northern part of the area, up the stairs from Base #16. Requires Surf.
    Base #18 - Route 115: In the rocky hills in the northern part of Route 115, past the Ruin Maniac. Requires Surf.
    Base #19 - Route 115: In the rocky hills in the northern part of Route 115, past the Ruin Maniac. Requires Surf.
    Base #20 - Route 115: In the rocky hills in the northern portion of the map, beyond the slippery slope. Requires Mach Bike and Surf.
    Base #21 - Route 116: In the rocky hills east of Rusturf Tunnel entrance, up the stairs from the Rustboro side.
    Base #22 - Route 116: To the southeast of the Rusturf Tunnel entrance, on the Rustboro side, near grassy fields.
    Base #23 - Route 116: On the rocky hills north of Rusturf Tunnel entrance, just above the stairs from the middle exit.
    Base #24 - Route 116: Inside the rocky wall east of Rusturf Tunnel entrance.
    Base #25 - Route 117: In the middle of the area in a tree, north of the Berry plots.
    Base #26 - Route 118: In a rocky outcrop on the west shore from the Mauville side, near the water.
    Base #27 - Route 118: In a similar rocky outcrop, but on the east shore.
    Base #28 - Route 118: In a large rocky outcrop, in the southeastern corner of east shore.
    Base #29 - Route 118: North of the thorny trees where the meet Steven. Requires Cut.
    Base #30 - Route 118: In the northeast corner of the area, inside the rocky hills.
    Base #31 - Route 119: East of the Fortree City entrance, near the sign.
    Base #32 - Route 119: On the southern landing off of the river, beside the Weather Institute. Requires Surf.
    Base #33 - Route 119: West of Base #32, inside a tree. Requires Surf.
    Base #34 - Route 119: Near the waterfall in the northern landing off of the river, besides Weather Institute. Requires Surf.
    Base #35 - Route 119: In the northwest corner of the area, above the waterfall. Requires Surf, Waterfall, and Acro Bike.
    Base #36 - Route 119: In the southwest corner of the high land, above the waterfall. Requires Surf, Waterfall, and Acro Bike.
    Base #37 - Route 119: On the far side of the river, west of the Pokemon rest house. Requires Surf.
    Base #38 - Route 119: Near the waterfall, at the same level as the Pokemon rest house. Requires Acro Bike.
    Base #39 - Route 119: East of Base #38, on the opposite side of the waterfall.
    Base #40 - Route 119: Southeast of Base #39, just beyond the tall grass. Requires either Surf or Acro Bike.
    Base #41 - Route 120: On the shore, directly north of Scorched Slab, near the stairs.
    Base #42 - Route 120: East of the Fortree City exit, beyond the tall grass.
    Base #43 - Route 120: East of Scorched Slab, near the Berry plots. Requires Cut.
    Base #44 - Route 120: South of Base #43, on the east side of the tall grass maze.
    Base #45 - Route 120: On the northern shore of the lake, beneath the southern bridge. Requires Surf.
    Base #46 - Route 120: Near the entrance to Route 121.
    Base #47 - Route 120: South of Ancient Tomb, near water.
    Base #48 - Route 120: In a tree northeast of Ancient Tomb.
    Base #49 - Route 121: Southwest of Safarai Zone entrance, beyond the pier. Requires Cut.
    Base #50 - Route 121: In a tree immediately east of Safari Zone entrance.
    Base #51 - Route 121: South of the Safari Zone entrance, near stairs.
    Base #52 - Route 123: Near Ace Trainer, between two ledges near 123 Go Fish.
    Base #53 - Route 123: Inside the rock wall east of 123 Go Fish.
    Base #54 - Route 123: In a tree east of Berry Master's house.
    Base #55 - Route 125: At a rocky outcrop on the island, directly north of Mossdeep Pokemon Gym. Requires Surf.
    Base #56 - Route 125: In a rocky outcrop on the island, west of Shoal Cave. Requires Surf.
    Base #57 - Route 125: In a rocky outcrop on the island, in the sea east of Shoal Cave. Requires Surf.
    Base #58 - Route 125: East of Base #57, on an island in the sea, east of Shoal Cave. Requires Surf.
    Base #59 - Route 126: In a small green shore, northwest of Sootopolis City. Requires Surf and Dive.
    Base #60 - Route 126: On a sandy shore in the center of a rocky island, located northwest of Sootopolis City. Requires Surf and Dive.
    Base #61 - Route 127: On a rocky outcrop, on the small island surrounded by Fishermen. Requires Surf.
    Base #62 - Route 127: On the island northwest of Base #61. It is in a rocky wall on the island. Requires Surf.
    Base #63 - Route 127: In a rocky wall on the large island, south of Bases #61 and #62. Requires Surf.
    Base #64 - Route 127: In a rocky wall on the island, south of Bases #61 and #62. Requires Surf.
    Base #65 - Route 127: Inside a wall on the same island as Base #64, south of Bases #61 and #62. Requires Surf.
    Base #66 - Rusturf Tunnel: In the northeast corner of the tunnel.
    Base #67 - Granite Cave: On B1F. Requires Mach Bike.
    Base #68 - Jagged Pass: On the west side of the middle of the pass, on a small cliff. Requires Mach or Acro Bikes.
    Base #69 - Fiery Path: Next to Toxic TM. Requires Strength.
    Base #70 - Secret Shore: Accessible through the southeast corner of Route 129. Requires Surf and Dive. Can use Fly to get there after it has been claimed.
    Base #71 - Secret Shore: Accessible through the southeast corner of Route 129, just above the stairs. Requires Surf and Dive.
    Base #72 - Secret Shore: In the rocky hills above the stairs, after reaching the area through the southeast corner of Route 129. Requires Surf and Dive.
    Base #73 - Secret Shore: On a rocky path in the west side of the area. Requires Surf and Dive to access through the southeast corner of Route 129.
    Base #74 - Secret Shore: Just west of the stairs on the rocky cliffs of Secret Shore. Requires Surf and Dive to access the area through Route 129.
    Base #75 - Secret Shore: In the northeast of Secret Shore, near the stairs on a rocky cliff.
    Base #76 - Secret Meadow: Use Surf and Dive to reach the area through the north end of Route 130.

Move Tutor locations

Go to the indicated location to find the corresponding Move Tutor. Note: You can delete moves or HMs by visiting the Move Deleter at Lilycove City.

    Move Tutor 1: It is found at Move Reminder in Fallarbor Town. It can teach any move that you can otherwise learn by leveling in exchange for a Heart Scale.

    Move Tutor 2: It is found at Pledge Move Dojo in Mauville City. It can teach Fire Pledge, Grass Pledge, and Water Pledge to Pokemon that are friendly and obtained from professors.

    Move Tutor 3: It is found at Song And Sword Move Academy in Mauville City. It can teach Relic Song to Meloetta and Secret Sword to Keldeo.

    Move Tutor 4: It is found at Ultimate Move Studio in Mauville City. It can teach Blast Burn, Frenzy Plant, and Hydro Cannon to Pokemon that are friendly and the final evolution of those obtained from professors.

    Move Tutor 5: It is found at Dragon-type Move Tutor in Sootopolis City. It can teach Draco Meteor to friendly Dragon types.

    Move Tutor 6: It is found at Draconid Elder in Meteor Falls. It can teach Dragon Ascent to Rayquaza after the Delta Episode has been completed.

    Move Tutor 7: It is found at Stand 1 at the Battle Resort. It can teach Icy Wind for 12 BP after you are in the Hall Of Fame. It also teaches Gravity, Heat Bell, Magic Room, Stealth Rock, and Wonder in exchange for 8 BP.

    Move Tutor 8: It is found at Stand 2 at the Battle Resort. It can teach Block, Gastro Acid, Helping Hand, Iron Defense, Magnet Rise, Pain Split, Recycle, Role Play, Skill Swap, Synthesis, Trick, and Worry Sped for 8 BP after you are in the Hall Of Fame.

    Move Tutor 9: It is found at Stand 3 at the Battle Resort. It can tech Drill Run, Iron Head, Iron Tail, Uproar, and Zen Headbutt for 8 BP after you are in the Hall Of Fame. It also teaches Aqua Tail, Dragon Pulse, Earth Power, Foul Play, Heat Wave, Hyper Voice, Last Resort, and Seed Bomb for 12 BP; and Focus Punch, Gunk Shot, Outrage, Sky Attack, and Superpower for 16 BP.

    Move Tutor 10: It is found at Stand 4 at the Battle Resort. It can teach Bind, Bug Bite, Covet, Shock Wave, Snore, and White Pulse for 4 BP after you are in the Hall Of Fame. It also teaches Drain Punch, Fire Punch, Giga Drain, Ice Punch, Low Kick, Signal Beam, and Thunder Punch for 8 BP; and Dual Chop, Knock Off, and Super Fang for 12 BP; and Endeavor for 16 BP.

O-Powers locations

Check in regularly at the Mauville City Pokemon Center to get O-Powers. Go to the top right corner of the center to find a stranger near the map. Talk to him to get your first two O-Powers. Return to that same area at future times to find different people. Talk to them to get additional O-Powers.

    Attack Power Level 1: Available when your PokeNav Plus gets the PlayNav function.
    Capture Power Level 1: Available when your PokeNav Plus gets the PlayNav function.
    Defense Power Level 1: Available when your PokeNav Plus gets the PlayNav function.
    HP Restoring Power Level 1: Available when your PokeNav Plus gets the PlayNav function.
    Sp. Atk. Power Level 1: Available when your PokeNav Plus gets the PlayNav function.
    Sp. Def. Power Level 1: Available when your PokeNav Plus gets the PlayNav function.
    Speed Power Level 1: Meet the stranger named Giddy, and listen to his first story when you first arrive in Mauville City.
    Critical Power Level 1: Meet the stranger named Giddy, and listen to his second story when you first arrive in Mauville City.
    Befriending Power Level 1: Earn the Gym Badge in Mauville City, then meet Hipster and listen to his first story.
    Encounter Power Level 1: Earn the Gym Badge in Lavaridge Town, then meet Hipster again and listen to his second story.
    Accuracy Power Level 1: Earn the Gym Badge in Lavaridge City, then meet Hipster again and listen to his third story.
    Prize Money Power Level 1: Earn the Gym Badge in Petalburg City, then meet Bard and listen to his incomplete song.
    Exp. Point Power Level 1: Earn the Gym Badge in Fortree City, then meet Bard again and listen to his completed song.
    Stealth Power Level 1: Earn the Gym Badge in Mossdeep City, then trade with the Trader.
    Bargain Power Level 1: Earn the Gym Badge in Sootopolis City, then make a second trade with the Trader.
    PP Restoring Power Power Level 1: After reaching Ever Grande City, listen to the story of the Storyteller.
    Hatching Power Level 1: Go to the apartment of five old men in Mauville Hills after you are a Champion. Bring the man from the hall across from their apartment, and introduce them to each other.

Battle Maison rewards

Successfully complete the indicated task at the Battle Maison to get the corresponding amount of BP or special item:

Normal battles

    10 wins: 1 BP
    11 to 20 wins: 2 BP
    Battle Chatelaine: 20 BP

Super battles

    10 wins: 2 BP
    11 to 20 wins: 3 BP
    21 to 30 wins: 4 BP
    31 to 40 wins: 5 BP
    41 to 50 wins: 6 BP
    51 or more wins: 7 BP
    Battle Chatelaine: 50 BP

Special

    50 battles in a row: Special monument used to upgrade your Trainer Card. You can get a total of five monuments, one for each of the five battle formats.
    100 battles in a row: Lansat Berry
    200 battles in a row: Starf Berry

Battle Maison items

Spend the indicated amount of BP at the two Exchange Service Corners at the Battle Maison to get the corresponding item:

Left Exchange Service Corner

    Protein: 2 BP
    Calcium: 2 BP
    Iron: 2 BP
    Zinc: 2 BP
    Carbos: 2 BP
    HP Up: 2 BP
    Power Bracer: 16 BP
    Power Belt: 16 BP
    Power Lens: 16 BP
    Power Band: 16 BP
    Power Anklet: 16 BP
    Power Weight: 16 BP
    Protector: 32 BP
    Whipped Dream: 32 BP
    Sachet: 32 BP
    Electirizer: 32 BP
    Magmarizer: 32 BP
    Reaper Cloth: 32 BP
    Up to Grade: 32 BP
    Dubious Disc: 32 BP
    Rare Candy: 48 BP
    Ability Capsule: 200 BP

Right Exchange Service Corner

    Toxic Orb: 16 BP
    Flame Orb: 16 BP
    White Herb: 32 BP
    Power Herb: 32 BP
    Absorb Bulb: 32 BP
    Kuminous Moss: 32 BP
    Cell Battery: 32 BP
    Snowball: 32 BP
    Red Card: 32 BP
    Eject Button: 32 BP
    Weakness Policy: 32 BP
    Ring Target: 32 BP
    Wise Glasses: 48 BP
    Choice Specs: 48 BP
    Scope Lens: 48 BP
    Zoom Lens: 48 BP
    Wide Lens: 48 BP
    Muscle Band: 48 BP
    Focus Band: 48 BP
    Choice Band: 48 BP
    Choice Scarf: 48 BP
    Assault Vest: 48 BP
    Focus Sash: 48 BP
    Expert Belt: 48 BP
    Razor Claw: 48 BP
    Razor Fang: 48 BP
    Bright Powder: 48 BP
    Life Orb: 48 BP
    Iron Ball: 48 BP
    Air Balloon: 48 BP
    Binding Band: 48 BP
    Safety Goggles: 48 BP

Berry Master's Wife phrases

Tell the Berry Master's Wife the following case-sensitive words to obtain the corresponding rare berry:

BerryPhrase
Belue BerrySUPER HUSTLE
Durin BerryCOOL LATIOS
Pamtre BerryCHALLENGE CONTEST
Spelon BerryGREAT BATTLE
Watmel BerryOVERWHELMING LATIAS

Berry locations

Search the indicated location and/or complete the indicated task to obtain the corresponding berry:

Aguav Berry

    Result: HP is restored, but Pokemon that do not like bitter taste will get confused.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; or complete the Village Sub Combo of Mauville Food Court with perfect timing.

Apicot Berry

    Result: When your HP is low, it will boost the SP.
    Acquired from: A Secret Pal who has the Berry Farmer Skill.

Aspear Berry

    Result: Cures when you are frozen.
    Acquired from: Routes 114, 120, and 121; or from either Berry Master's Wife, the youngest sister from Pretty Petal flower shop, or the Gentleman at Lilycove City.

Babiri Berry

    Result: Super-effective damage prevented from a Steel type move.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; reward from the Inverse Battle Stop; or earn the "Master" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Belue Berry

    Result: Used in Pokeblock making.
    Acquired from: Earn the "Hyper" rank in contests to get it from a fan; or tell the Berry Master's Wife the special saying.

Bluk Berry

    Result: Used in Pokeblock making.
    Acquired from: Route 115; or from the Rich Boy on Route 114.

Charti Berry

    Result: Super-effective damage prevented from a Rock type move.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; reward from Inverse Battle Stop; or earn the "Master" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Cheri Berry

    Result: Paralysis is cured.
    Acquired from: Route 104; the Berry Master's Wife; the youngest sister at the Pretty Petal flower shop; or the Gentleman at Lilycove City.

Chesto Berry

    Result: Sleep is cured.
    Acquired from: Routes 103 and Route 116; the Berry Master's Wife; the youngest sister at the Pretty Petal flower shop; or the Gentleman at Lilycove City.

Chilian Berry

    Result: Damage reduced to half for a Normal type move.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; reward from Inverse Battle Stop; or earn the "Master" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Chople Berry

    Result: Super-effective damage prevented from a Fighting type move.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; reward from Inverse Battle Stop; or earn the "Master" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Coba Berry

    Result: Super-effective damage prevented from a Flying type move.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; reward from Inverse Battle Stop; or earn the "Master" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Colbur Berry

    Result: Super-effective damage prevented from a Dark type move.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123, reward from Inverse Battle Stop; or earn the "Master" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Cornn Berry

    Result: Used in Pokeblock making.
    Acquired from: The Berry Master; or the little girl in Sootopolis.

Custap Berry

    Result: You get first move when HP is low in next turn.
    Acquired from: Special events only.

Durin Berry

    Result: Used in Pokeblock making.
    Acquired from: Earn the "Hyper" rank in contests to get it from a fan; or tell the Berry Master's Wife the special saying.

Enigma Berry

    Result: Unknown.
    Acquired from: Special events only.

Figy Berry

    Result: Unknown.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; complete the Village Sub Combo of Mauville Food Court with perfect timing.

Ganlon Berry

    Result: Unknown.
    Acquired from: A Secret Pal who has the Berry Farmer skill.

Grepa Berry

    Result: Unknown.
    Acquired from: Route 123; the Berry Master; or the little girl in Sootopolis.

Haban Berry

    Result: Unknown.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123, reward from Inverse Battle Stop; or earn the "Master" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Hondew Berry

    Result: Pokemon gets friendly at the cost of lower base SP attack.
    Acquired from: Routes 119 and 123; the Berry Master; or the little girl at Sootopolis.

Iapapa Berry

    Result: HP is restored, but Pokemon that do not like sour taste will get confused.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; or complete the Village Sub Combo of Mauville Food Court with perfect timing.

Jaboca Berry

    Result: Damage dealt to enemy that damages physically.
    Acquired from: Special events only.

Kasib Berry

    Result: Super-effective damage prevented from a Ghost type move.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; reward from the Inverse Battle Stop; or earn the "Master" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Kebia Berry

    Result: Super-effective damage prevented from a Poison type move.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; reward from the Inverse Battle Stop; or earn the "Master" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Kee Berry

    Result: Upon taking physical damage, your Defense is boosted.
    Acquired from: A Secret Pal who has the Berry Farmer skill.

Kelpsy Berry

    Result: The Pokemon becomes friendly at the cost of lower base attack.
    Acquired from: Route 115; the Berry Master; or the little girl at Sootopolis.

Lansat Berry

    Result: More critical hits landed with low HP.
    Acquired from: Win 100 Super Battles consecutively in Battle Maison to get it from a girl next door.

Leppa Berry

    Result: Increases PP back to 10 if it drops to 0 for a move.
    Acquired from: Routes 103, 110, 119, and 123; the Berry Master's Wife; the youngest sister at the Pretty Petal flower shop; or the Gentleman at Lilycove City.

Liechi Berry

    Result: Low HP brings boosted attacks.
    Acquired from: A Secret Pal who has the Berry Farmer skill.

Lum Berry

    Result: Confusion and all status conditions are fixed.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; the Berry Master's Wife, or the Gentleman at Lilycove City.

Mago Berry

    Result: HP is restored, but Pokemon that do not like sweet taste will get confused.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; or complete the Village Sub Combo of Mauville Food Court with perfect timing.

Magost Berry

    Result: Used in Pokeblock making.
    Acquired from: The Berry Master; or the little girl at Sootopolis.

Maranga Berry

    Result: After getting special damage you SP defense is boosted.
    Acquired from: A Secret Pal who has the Berry Farmer skill.

Micle Berry

    Result: Accuracy boosted on low HP.
    Acquired from: Special events only.

Nanab Berry

    Result: Used in Pokeblock making.
    Acquired from: Routes 111, 120, and 121; or the Rich Boy on Route 114.

Nomel Berry

    Result: Used in Pokeblock making.
    Acquired from: The Berry Master; or the little girl at Sootopolis.

Occa Berry

    Result: Super-effective damage prevented from a Fire type move.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123, reward from the Inverse Battle Stop; or earn the "Master" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Oran Berry

    Result: 10 HP restored when it is lower than half.
    Acquired from: Routes 102 and 104; the Berry Master's Wife; the youngest sister at the Pretty Petal flower shop; or the Gentleman at Lilycove City.

Pamtre Berry

    Result: Used in Pokeblock making.
    Acquired from: Earn the "Hyper" rank in contests to get it from a fan; or tell the Berry Master's Wife the special saying.

Passho Berry

    Result: Super-effective damage prevented from a Water type move.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; reward from the Inverse Battle Stop; or earn the "Master" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Payapa Berry

    Result: Super-effective damage prevented from a Psychic type move.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; reward from the Inverse Battle Stop; or earn the "Master" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Pecha Berry

    Result: Poison is cured.
    Acquired from: Routes 102, 104, and 120; the Berry Master's Wife; the youngest sister at the Pretty Petal flower shop; or the Gentleman at Lilycove City.

Persim Berry

    Result: Confusion is cured.
    Acquired from: Routes 112 and 121; the Berry Master's Wife; the youngest sister at the Pretty Petal flower shop; or the Gentleman at Lilycove City.

Petaya Berry

    Result: In case of low HP, SP attacks get a boost.
    Acquired from: A Secret Pal who has the Berry Farmer skill.

Pinap Berry

    Result: Used in Pokeblock making.
    Acquired from: Route 117 or 120; or from the Rich Boy on Route 114.

Pomeg Berry

    Result: Pokemon becomes friendly at the cost of lower base HP.
    Acquired from: Route 119; the Berry Master; or the little girl at Sootopolis.

Qualot Berry

    Result: Pokemon becomes friendly at the cost of lower base Defense.
    Acquired from: Route 123; the Berry Master; or the little girl at Sootopolis.

Rabuta Berry

    Result: Used in Pokeblock making.
    Acquired from: The Berry Master; or the little girl at Sootopolis.

Rawst Berry

    Result: Burns are cured.
    Acquired from: Routes 111 and 121; the Berry Master's Wife; the youngest sister at the Pretty Petal flower shop; or the Gentleman at Lilycove City.

Razz Berry

    Result: Used in Pokeblock making.
    Acquired from: Unknown.

Rindo Berry

    Result: Super-effective damage prevented from a Grass type move.
    Acquired from: Unknown.

Roseli Berry

    Result: Unknown.
    Acquired from: Unknown.

Rowap Berry

    Result: Unknown.
    Acquired from: Special events only.

Salac Berry

    Result: Unknown.
    Acquired from: Unknown.

Shuca Berry

    Result: Super-effective damage prevented from a Ground type move.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; reward from the Inverse Battle Stop; or earn the "Master" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Sitrus Berry

    Result: One fourth of the highest HP is restored when HP falls under half.
    Acquired from: Routes 118, 119, and 123; in Lilycove City from the Gentleman; or earn the "Super" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Spelon Berry

    Result: Used in Pokeblock making.
    Acquired from: Earn the "Hyper" rank in contests to get it from a fan; or tell the Berry Master's Wife the special saying.

Starf Berry

    Result: In case of low HP, one stat is boosted randomly.
    Acquired from: Win 200 Super Battles consecutively in Battle Maison to get it from a girl next door.

Tamato Berry

    Result: Pokemon becomes friendly at the cost of lower base Speed.
    Acquired from: Route 123; the Berry Master; or the little girl at Sootopolis.

Tanga Berry

    Result: Super-effective damage prevented from a Bug type move.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123, reward from the Inverse Battle Stop; or earn the "Master" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Wacan Berry

    Result: Super-effective damage prevented from a Electric type move.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; reward from the Inverse Battle Stop; or earn the "Master" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Watmel Berry

    Result: Used in Pokeblock making.
    Acquired from: Earn the "Hyper" rank in contests to get it from a fan; or tell the Berry Master's Wife the special saying.

Wepear Berry

    Result: Used in Pokeblock making
    Acquired from: Routes 115 and 120; or the Rich Boy on Route 114.

Wiki Berry

    Result: HP is restored, but Pokemon that do not like dry taste will get confused.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; or complete the Village Sub Combo of Mauville Food Court with perfect timing.

Yache Berry

    Result: Super-effective damage prevented from a Ice type move.
    Acquired from: The Berry Fields on Route 123; reward from the Inverse Battle Stop; or earn the "Master" rank in contests to get it from a fan.

Catching Shiny Pokemon

The chance of catching a Shiny Pokemon is normally 1 in 8,192. To increase the chances of finding them, obtain the Shiny Charm from Professor Birch for capturing all 718 Pokemon.

Breed two Pokemon from games of two different languages to increase the chances of getting a Shiny Pokemon to 1 in 1,366.

Use one of the rods to go fishing. When you start a battle from fishing, you will have a better chance of getting a Shiny Pokemon if you remain in the space you started in. Use the Suction Cups and Sticky Hold abilities in your lead Pokemon to help do this.

Increasing Pokemon affection

Increasing your Pokemon's affection level makes them more useful in battles, increasing their chances to cure or heal and land more critical hits. It also increases your chances of getting décor items. The following PlayNav activities increases affection:

    Give Poke Puffs: Increases both affection and fullness.
    Pet Pokemon: Increases affection, but decreases enjoyment.
    Play mini-games: Increases enjoyment, but decreases fullness.
    Play Making Faces mini-game: Increases affection and enjoyment, but decreases fullness.

Standard Poke Puffs come in five flavors (Sweet, Mint, Citrus, Mocha, and Spice) and four levels. The higher the level, the more affection a Pokemon gains by eating it. Their fullness remains unchanged regardless of the Poke Puff level. Completing mini-game only gives rewards with the Poke Puff of its corresponding level. However, if you get a five star rank in a mini-game, you may randomly get a Poke Puff from the next higher difficulty as a reward.

    Basic Poke Puffs: Increases affection slightly. It is rewarded for completing mini-games on the Easy difficulty.
    Frosted Poke Puffs: Increases affection slightly. It is rewarded for completing mini-games on the Normal difficulty.
    Fancy Poke Puffs: Increases affection substantially. It is rewarded for completing mini-games on the Hard difficulty.
    Deluxe Poke Puffs: Increases affection significantly. It is rewarded for completing mini-games on the Unlimited difficulty.

Special Poke Puffs will give even more affection than a Deluxe Poke Puff. They can be obtained in the following ways:

    Supreme Autumn Poke Puff: Rewarded when completing the Berry Picker mini-game on the Unlimited difficulty with a five star rank.
    Supreme Honor Poke Puff: Rewarded when entering the Hall Of Fame.
    Supreme Spring Poke Puff: Rewarded when completing the Pokemon-Amie mini-game on the Unlimited difficulty with a five star rank.
    Supreme Summer Poke Puff: Rewarded when completing the Head It mini-game on the Unlimited difficulty with a five star rank.
    Supreme Winter Poke Puff: Rewarded when completing the Tile Puzzle mini-game on the Unlimited difficulty with a five star rank.
    Supreme Wish Poke Puff: Obtained on your birthday.

The affection level of a Pokemon is indicated by the number of hearts. The lowest affection a Pokemon can have is a single heart. Each level above that gives certain benefits, including those from previous levels. The following are the extra benefits a Pokemon receives for two to five hearts of affection:

    Two hearts: Earn 20% extra experience from fights.
    Three hearts: Chance that a move that would have caused it to faint may instead leave it alive with 1HP.
    Four hearts: May cure itself of a status condition at the end of a turn. You can pet the Pokemon when the enemy Pokemon faints. The Pokemon may dodge an opponent's attack.
    Five hearts: Lands more critical hits for 50% extra damage.

Contest Spectacular

There are five categories in the Contest Spectacular: Coolness, Beauty, Cuteness, Cleverness, and Toughness. Each category has four ranks: Normal, Super, Hyper, and Master. Pokemon advance through ranks by winning the previous one. Use moves that increase your Pokemon's appeal (indicated by hearts), while diminishing the abilities of other Pokemon. The stars at the upper left corner indicate the excitement level of the audience. Use moves with the same number of stars as shown in the corner to excite the audience. The type of category also determines what type of move will increase excitement, and which will decrease it, as indicated below:

    Coolness: Coolness moves increase excitement, Cuteness and Cleverness moves decrease it, and Beauty and Toughness have no effect.
    Beauty: Beauty moves increase excitement, Cleverness and Toughness decrease it and Coolness, and Cuteness has no effect.
    Cuteness: Cuteness moves increase excitement, Coolness and Toughness decrease it, and Beauty and Cleverness have no effect.
    Cleverness: Cleverness moves increase excitement, Coolness and Beauty decrease it, and Toughness and Cuteness have no effect.
    Toughness: Toughness moves increase excitement, Beauty and Cuteness decrease it, and Coolness and Cleverness have no effect.

If you excite the audience during a turn, you will gain a bonus Appeal heart for that turn. When all five stars are reached, you will get a Spectacular Talent bonus, and the stars will reset back to zero. Spectacular talents will eventually result in a large Appeal boost and differ with each Pokemon type. As you progress through the ranks, you will begin to get fans and eventually have the option to choose up to ten fans. These fans are located outside the Contest Hall's entrance. Talking to the fans will reward you with gifts, depending on your contest rank. One of those fans is a Breeder who makes costumes for a special Pikachu. This special Cosplay Pikachu can be added to your team and can change into different costumes that are provided by the Breeder. Each costume provides the Pikachu with a different special move. Additionally, those moves and costumes can be used outside of the contest. The costumes are as follows:

    Pikachu Belle: Beauty Pokemon with Icicle Crash move.
    Pikachu Libre: Toughness Pikachu with Flying Press move.
    Pikachu Ph.D: Cleverness Pikachu with Electric Terrain move.
    Pikachu Pop Star: Cuteness Pikachu with Draining Kiss move.
    Pikachu Rock Star: Coolness Pokemon with Meteor Mash move.

Pokeblock recipes

Pokeblocks are created with a Pokeblock Kit and Berries. The better the quality of berries used, the better the resulting Pokeblock. The number of berries added to the blender determines the number of Pokeblocks created. The color of the berries will create a specific type of Pokeblock. If multiple types of berries are used, the Pokeblock will favor the color and corresponding effects of the berry that is of the highest quantity. The more berries of the same color used, the higher the chance of creating a Pokeblock+. Additionally, Berries that are harvested in smaller quantities when players grow them have a higher chance of producing a Pokeblock+. The effect of the Pokeblock on a Pokemon is useful in the Contest Spectacular. The following are the Pokeblock recipes:

    Blue Pokeblock: Add a majority of blue berries. Increases Beauty approximately 1% to 3%.
    Blue Pokeblock+: Use four blue berries with higher Pokeblock+ success rate. Increases Beauty approximately 6%.
    Green Pokeblock: Add a majority of green berries. Increases Cleverness approximately 1% to 3%.
    Green Pokeblock+: Use four green berries with higher Pokeblock+ success rate. Increases Cleverness approximately 6%.
    Pink Pokeblock: Add a majority of pink berries. Increases Cuteness approximately 1% to 3%.
    Pink Pokeblock+: Use four pink berries with higher Pokeblock+ success rate. Increases Cuteness approximately 6%.
    Rainbow Pokeblock: Use four berries of different colors. Increases all categories approximately 1% to 3%.
    Rainbow Pokeblock+: Use four berries of different colors with higher Pokeblock+ success rate. Increases all categories approximately 6%.
    Red Pokeblock: Add a majority of red berries. Increases Coolness approximately 1% to 3%.
    Red Pokeblock+: Use four red berries with higher Pokeblock+ success rate. Increases Coolness approximately 6%.
    Yellow Pokeblock: Add a majority of yellow berries. Increases Toughness approximately 1% to 3%.
    Yellow Pokeblock+: Use four yellow berries with higher Pokeblock+ success rate. Increases Toughness approximately 6%.

Pokemon characteristics

Use the Detector mode of the DexNav app to determine which characteristics a Pokemon possess:

    Takes plenty of siestas: Excellent HP gain.
    Likes to thrash about: Excellent Attack gain.
    Capable of taking hits: Excellent Defense gain.
    Mischievous: Excellent Sp. Atk gain.
    Somewhat vain: Excellent Sp. Def gain.
    Alert to sounds: Excellent Speed gain.

A Pokemon's nature also affects how quickly their stats grow. Examine all six stats of a Pokemon at the "Summary" screen. Pink indicates stats positively affected by the nature, and a light blue stat is negatively affected. Nature has no impact on HP gain. Note: The "Synchronize" ability can help catch a Pokemon with a specific nature, which gives a 50% chance that the lead Pokemon in the team will encounter a wild Pokemon of the same nature.

    Adamant: Recommended for physical move users.
    Jolly: Recommended for fast moving physical move users.
    Modest: Recommended for special move users.
    Timid: Recommended for special move users that need to be fast.

Medals

Successfully complete the indicated task to unlock the corresponding medal:

    10 PokeMileage Club: Play Attractions 10 times on the PGL website.
    10-Time Hall of Famer: Defeat the Elite Four 10 times.
    100 PokeMileage Club: Play Attractions 100 times on the PGL website.
    50-Time Hall of Famer: Defeat the Elite Four 50 times.
    Accepted of the Delta: Successfully complete the Delta Episode.
    Ace Pilot: Fly over the Hoenn sky using Fly.
    Amateur Sneaker: Find one or more hidden Pokemon.
    Archelogy Lover: Restore Pokemon Fossils at the Devon Corp.
    Battle Institute Challenger: Take the Battle Test 10 times.
    Battle Learner: Complete 100 battles.
    Battle Maison 20 Streak (Double): Win 20 consecutive Double Battles in the Battle Maison.
    Battle Maison 20 Streak (Multi): Win 20 consecutive Multi Battles in the Battle Maison.
    Battle Maison 20 Streak (Rotation): Win 20 consecutive Rotation Battles in the Battle Maison.
    Battle Maison 20 Streak (Single): Win 20 consecutive Single Battles in the Battle Maison.
    Battle Maison 20 Streak (Triple): Win 20 consecutive Triple Battles in the Battle Maison.
    Battle Teacher: Complete 200 battles.
    Battle Test Beginner: Score 0 or more at the Battle Institute (Beginner Rank).
    Battle Test Champion: Score 6,500+ at the Battle Institute.
    Battle Test Master: Score 6,000 or more at the Battle Institute (Master Rank).
    Battle Test Normal: Score 1,000 or more at the Battle Institute (Normal Rank).
    Battle Test Pro: Score 2,000 or more at the Battle Institute (Hyper Rank).
    Battle Veteran: Complete 400 battles.
    Battle Virtuoso: Complete 2,000 battles.
    Beginning Trader: Make one Link Trade.
    Berry Gardener: Pick 10 Berries.
    Berry Picker Fan: Score 3-stars in Berry Picker: Unlimited in Pokemon-Amie.
    Born to Battle: Participate in 100 Link Battle.
    BP Wealthy: Earn 100 BP.
    Broad Friendship: Register 50 Friends.
    Bronze Flag Collector: Collect 30 Flags from Secret Bases.
    Bug: Catch all Bug-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Busy Saver: Save the game 200 times.
    Capturing Spree: Catch 50 Pokemon.
    Casual Pokmeon Sneaker: Find 10 or more hidden Pokemon.
    Contest Spectacular Debut: Enter one Pokemon Contest.
    Dark: Catch all Dark-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Day-Care Faithful: Leave many Pokemon at the Day-Care.
    Dowse Fever: Used the Dowsing Machines more than 100 times and cannot find an item.
    Dragon: Catch all Dragon-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Easy Cycling: Ride the bike 30 times.
    Egg Beginner: Hatch a Pokemon Egg for the first time.
    Egg Breeder: Hatch a Pokemon Egg 10 times.
    Egg Elite: Hatch a Pokemon Egg 50 times.
    Electric-type Catcher: Catch all Electric-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Evolution Authority: Evolve 100 Pokemon.
    Evolution Expert: Evolve 50 Pokemon.
    Evolution Hopeful: Evolve a Pokemon for the first time.
    Evolution Tech: Evolve 10 Pokemon.
    EXP Millionaire: Earn 1,000,000 EXP. in one day.
    Experienced Saver: Save the game 50 times.
    Extensive Friendship: Register 10 Friends.
    Extrovert: Interact with 1,000,000 player.
    Fairy: Catch all Fairy-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Fighting-type Catcher: Catch all Fighting-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Fire-type Catcher: Catch all Fire-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    First Encounter: Interact with one player.
    First Friend: Register one Friend.
    Fledging Photographer: Send a photo to the PGL website.
    Flying: Catch all Flying-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Frequent Trader: Make 50 Link Trades.
    Ghost: Catch all Ghost-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Global Friendship: Register 100 Friends.
    Gold Flag Collector: Collect 500 Flags from Secret Bases.
    Good Rod Fisherman: Find 10 Pokemon while fishing.
    Grass-type Catcher: Catch all Grass-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Great Customer: Spent $100,000 at the PokeMart.
    Great Trade-Up: Make 100 Link Trades.
    Ground-type Catcher: Catch all Ground-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Happy Birthday: Receive a happy-birthday wish via the PSS on your birthday.
    Hard Cycling: Ride the bike 100 times.
    Hatching Aficionado: Hatched a Pokemon Egg 100 times.
    Head It Fan: Score 3-stars in Head It: Unlimited in Pokemon-Amie.
    Heavy Walker: Take 20,000 steps in Hoenn.
    Hoenn Certified Diver: Dive in the ocean 10 times.
    Hoenn Dex Complionist: Complete the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Honorary MDU Member: Adventurous Trainers who have alighted upon Mirage Spots more than 50 times.
    Honored Footprint: Take 100,000 steps in Hoeen.
    Ice-type Catcher: Catch all Ice-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Indulgent Customer: Spent $1,000,000 at the PokeMart.
    Light Walker: Take 5,000 steps in Hoenn.
    Link Battle Amateur: Participate in a Link Battle.
    Link Battle Expert: Participate in 50 Link Battle.
    Link Battle Pioneer: Participate in 10 Link Battle.
    Magikarp Award: Use Splash despite its ineffectiveness.
    Master Contest Star: Win all five Master Rank Contests.
    Middle Walker: Take 10,000 steps in Hoenn.
    Mighty Fisher: Find 100 Pokemon while fishing.
    Miraculous Meeting: Meet your first Shiny Pokemon in the wild.
    Moderate Customer: Spent $10,000 at the PokeMart.
    Naming Champ: Nickname Pokemon 10 times.
    National Dex Complionist: Complete the National Pokedex.
    Never Give Up: For those who do not know when to quit even when there is nothing they can do.
    Noneffective Moves: For a Trainer who made the cute mistake of using noneffective moves.
    Normal Contest Star: Enter 10 Pokemon Contests.
    Normal Flag Collector: Collect one Flag from Secret Bases.
    Normal-type Catcher: Catch all Normal-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    O-Power Lv 1: Use one O-Power.
    O-Power Lv 2: Use 10 O-Powers.
    O-Power Lv 3: Use 50 O-Powers.
    O-Power MAX: Use 100 O-Powers.
    O-Power Pro: Receive all the O-Powers.
    Occasional Trader: Make 10 Link Trades.
    Old Rod Fisherman: Find one Pokemon while fishing.
    Online Competition Debut: Participate in any one Online Competition.
    Outgoing: Interact with 10,000 players.
    Pedaling Legend: Ride bike 500 times.
    Platinum Flag Collector: Collect 1,000 Flags from Secret Bases.
    Poison-type Catcher: Catch all Poison-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    PokeMileage Club First Play: Play an Attraction on the PGL website.
    PokeMiles Hoarder: Acquire 10,000 PokeMiles.
    Pokemon Amie Aficionado: Play on Pokemon Amie 10 times.
    Pokemon Center Fan: Heal your Pokemon repeatedly at Pokemon Centers.
    Practiced Pokemon Seeker: Find 50 or more hidden Pokemon.
    Psychic: Catch all Psychic-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Regular Customer: Visit Poke Marts regularly.
    Rematch Amateur: Rebattle 1 Trainer via Trainer's Eye on your PokeNav.
    Rematch Beginner: Rebattle 10 Trainers via Trainer's Eye on your PokeNav.
    Rematch Master: Rebattle 100 Trainers via Trainer's Eye on your PokeNav.
    Rematch Regular: Rebattle 50 Trainers via Trainer's Eye on your PokeNav.
    Rich Customer: Spent $10,000,000 at the PokeMart.
    Rock: Catch all Rock-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Safari Zone 10: Find 10 Safari Zone Pokemon.
    Secret Base 1: Do one battle in a Secret Base.
    Secret Base 10: Do 10 battles in a Secret Base.
    Secret Base 100: Do 100 battles in a Secret Base.
    Secret Base 50: Do 50 battles in a Secret Base.
    Silver Flag Collector: Collect 100 Flags from Secret Bases.
    Smart Shopper: Buy 10 Pokeballs of any type simultaneously and thereby earn a Premier Ball.
    Sociable: Interact with 100 players.
    Starter Cycling: Beginner Cyclist (first time).
    Steel: Catch all Steel-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Step-by-Step Saver: Save the game 10 times.
    Super Contest Star: Enter 30 Pokemon Contests.
    Super Rod Fisherman: Find 50 Pokemon while fishing.
    Super Sneaker: Take 1,000 sneaking steps.
    Super Training Instructor: Use Super Training 10 times.
    Supereffective Moves: For Trainers who saw through many foes weak point and battled to their best advantage.
    Sweet Home: Visit your hometown and went home to rest and revisit old memories.
    Television Kid: Watch a lot of TV.
    Tile Puzzle Fan: Score 3-stars in Tile Puzzle: Unlimited in Pokemon Amie.
    Trash Master: Check lots of trash cans.
    Veteran Pokemon Seeker: Find 100 or more hidden Pokemon.
    Water-type Catcher: Catch all Water-type Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex.
    Wonder Writer: Save the game 100 times.
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