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Chapter 4The Savannah

Battle Colosseum

Battle Colosseum

The battleground: Battle Colosseum.

Heal your Pokémon before proceeding.

With the RTD on hand, it is time to test it out. A new green "RTD" tab is added just below the menu. Click on it and there are 3 buttons. The red one sends you to Battle Colosseum, which is where you can challenge other players. Given that you are probably just a beginner at this stage, with Pokémon at or below Lv. 15, it is not wise to challenge other players this early on, but in case you do want to learn more about PVP battles, here are some basic instructions: you see the number beside each player's name? Well, that is their rank, when you beat a trainer, you rank up, so if a trainer with 2000 rank sends you a battle request, it's probably not wise to accept. As you might've noticed, there's a request box, when someone sends you a battle request, it goes in there. It's good to read throughout the request if you want to accept one. You can either send a battle request by clicking on a person's avatar, or you can click on the person's username when you press "show players", and you can choose what level the Pokémon are going to be (5, 50, 100, unchanged), if the match is going to be Single or Double Battle, if the battle will affect Rank Points or not, the battle background, and at last if there is "Team Preview" for viewing opponent's party. When the battle is accepted or if you accepted a request, you get to organize your team, basically deciding on who is going first. Then the battle starts and it is basically the same as battling in Adventure Mode, except you cannot use healing items. Good luck!

Colosseum Marketplace

Colosseum Marketplace

Buy useful items and seek service of Move Deleter / Reminder here in Colosseum Marketplace.

Other than battling, Colosseum Marketplace is also important such that it offers many services, including a BP Shop for buying a wide range of items, Move Deleter for removing unwanted moves including HMs (which cannot otherwise be forgotten), Move Reminder for teaching forgotten attacks or certain powerful attacks only available via relearning, as well as Hyper Trainer who provides a new special service known as Hyper Training.

Trade Resort

Trade Resort

Be cautious and trade safely in Trade Resort.

On the other hand, the blue button connects you to Trade Resort. This is the place for trading Pokémon with other players. Note that it is not as simple as you think: there is a system only applying to Outsider Pokémon (the Pokémon you traded-in) — Obedience. If your Outsider Pokémon exceeds that level, the Pokémon will disobey you in battles!

Trading Rules

MAKE SURE TO ALWAYS OBEY THE TRADING RULES!!!

EXTREMELY IMPORTANT: Beware of the rampant scams and illegal transactions! Always follow the Trading Rules! If you get suspicious on the other player you are trading with, if you have no idea what the Pokémon Eggs being traded to you actually are, or if the other player claims to buy your Pokémon with Robux or real currency, do not accept the trade!

In addition to what Jake tells you, the RTD also enables teleportation to your friends' servers via Player Search, which is the final, grey button. Clicking on it causes a list to pop up and show where your friends online are, and you can teleport to them. You can also manually type a player's name to search for them. In case you still have yet to notice by now, using the RTD forces you to save your game, and it fails to work in many places outside of towns or cities.

Route 4

Route 4

Find some new Pokémon on the stairs of Route 4.

Time to move on. The pavement in Silvent City extends to Route 4, which a collapsed cave and a line of trees prevent you from proceeding any further. One of the trees is smaller than the rest. A lumberjack is in front of it, talk to him and he will give you HM1 Cut, which is for cutting down small trees. To use a TM or HM, click "Menu", "Bag" and "TMs/HMs", then click the move needed and the Pokémon you want to teach the attack to. HM Cut is a weak move highly discouraged to be taught on your main Pokémon. Reason? As the Lumberjack tells you, HMs cannot be forgotten by normal means, unless brought to the Move Deleter in Colosseum Marketplace.

Certain Pokémon on previous routes are recommended for learning HMs, for example, Zigzagoon and Sentret. Whichever you have, let it learn Cut, and now that you have Arc Badge, you can cut down the tree. If you arrived here to get Cut before fighting Silvent Gym, you can still get Cut and teach it on your Pokémon, yet you are not allowed to use it on field. After cutting the tree, you can see the stairs with tall grass growing on them. The new faces of Route 4 include Stunky, Marill and Skiddo. After catching them (if you wish to), proceed through the brown gate.

State Item Obtaining Location
HM Normal
HM1 Normal
Cut
Given by the Lumberjack in front of the tree that needs to be cut down.
Some of the items have been added during certain updates, or are event-only. Please check the corresponding location page for details.

Note: Rarity levels are estimations according to this scale and might be subject to changes due to different encounter assessment results.

Pokémon Type Image Rarity Items EV Yield
Grass Patches Tall Grass Lv. 7-10
Requires Arc Badge Arc Badge and HM Normal HM1 Cut
MareepElectric
Mareep XY
CommonNone1 Sp. Atk
ShinxElectric
Shinx-M XY
Shinx-F XY
CommonNone1 Atk
PidgeyNormal
Flying
Pidgey XY
UncommonNone1 Speed
StunkyPoison
Dark
Stunky XY
UncommonNone1 Speed
MarillWater
Fairy
Marill XY
UncommonNone2 HP
SkiddoGrass
Skiddo XY
RareNone1 HP
Click on the Pokémon names to check their learnsets on Bulbapedia. All Pokémon follow their movesets in Pokémon Sun and Moon. Hover on the item sprites to check the exact chance of being held by the Wild Pokémon. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.

Roaming Pokémon are not listed in the table above. They are fixed at Lv. 40 and have a 0.1% chance of appearing anywhere in Roria with wild encounter methods specified here.

Stunky is a rare mix of Poison/Dark-type Pokémon. It evolves into Skuntank at Lv. 34, learning some Dark-type moves like Night Slash and Sucker Punch as it grows. It is a Physical-based Pokémon, so the Special Poison-type moves may not suit it well, which means it will need to wait until you gain access to TM Poison Jab.

Previously a pure Water-type Pokémon, Marill has gained Fairy-type in Pokémon X and Y. It evolves to Azumarill rather quickly, at Lv. 18. Do not underestimate this Pokémon — it will be a valuable asset for the next Gym especially if you began with Grass-type Starter Pokémon. Moreover, if it has the Signature Ability Huge Power, its Physical Attack gets doubled, which makes its Aqua Tail and Play Rough destructive!

The pure Grass-type Pokémon Skiddo will not be of much use in the next Gym with the fact that it is stuck with Vine Whip and Razor Leaf early on, both being sub-par attacks in terms of power. The type disadvantage in the next Gym also does not help — you may have figured out what type the second Gym is, but if not, you are getting your answer pretty soon. However, after getting through the next Gym, Skiddo will become much more useful. It gains the much more powerful Seed Bomb just 2 levels prior to evolution, and with its evolution to Gogoat triggered at Lv. 32, the third Gym may as well be its showtime!

Now that you can use Cut......

Return to Route 1 and cut down the pair of small trees. It allows you to finally access the previously blocked path, which leads to a yellow item ball containing TM98 Power-Up Punch.

Route 5

Route 5

Route 5 is a big savannah.

Route 5 is big savannah in southwestern Roria. Upon entry, a stranger suddenly catches up to you and asks if you like running. Some of you may find him familiar — he is Wsly, who is the Lead Developer of Roblox Deathrun. Regardless of your answer, he gives you a pair of spare Running Shoes, allowing you to finally run by holding down the left Shift key! He then bolts off, but gets hit by a trap immediately afterwards......

Anyway, time to proceed. The Pokémon variety on Route 5 is going to surprise you. Ground-type Pokémon like Phanpy or Hippopotas are expected here, but there are also Pokémon from other types such as Blitzle, Litleo and the rare Girafarig.

Note: Rarity levels are estimations according to this scale and might be subject to changes due to different encounter assessment results.

Pokémon Type Image Rarity Items EV Yield
Grass Patches Long Grass Lv. 8-11
LitleoFire
Normal
Litleo XY
CommonNone1 Sp. Atk
BlitzleElectric
Blitzle XY
CommonNone1 Speed
HippopotasGround
Hippopotas-M XY
Hippopotas-F XY
UncommonNone1 Def
PhanpyGround
Phanpy XY
UncommonNone1 HP
PatratNormal
Patrat XY
UncommonNone1 Atk
GirafarigNormal
Psychic
Girafarig-M XY
Girafarig-F XY
RareNone2 Sp. Atk
Cracked Rocks HM Fighting Rock Smash Lv. 15-20
DwebbleBug
Rock
Dwebble XY
UncommonHard Stone1 Def
ShuckleBug
Rock
Shuckle XY
Rare
Berry Juice
1 Def
1 Sp. Def
Click on the Pokémon names to check their learnsets on Bulbapedia. All Pokémon follow their movesets in Pokémon Sun and Moon. Hover on the item sprites to check the exact chance of being held by the Wild Pokémon. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.

Roaming Pokémon are not listed in the table above. They are fixed at Lv. 40 and have a 0.1% chance of appearing anywhere in Roria with wild encounter methods specified here.

There are more Trainers in this route than other routes that you have went through. So always heal your Pokémon, do not hesitate for retreating to Silvent City if necessary.

Image Pokémon Type Level Ability Item EXP EV Yield
Trainer: Hiker Stan Poké BallPoké Ball Reward: $352
Available for rematches
Patrat XY
PatratNormalLv. 11Run AwayNone1201 Atk
Attacks: Bite, Bide, Detect, Leer
Litleo XY
LitleoFire
Normal
Lv. 11UnnerveNone1741 Sp. Atk
Attacks: Work Up, Headbutt, Ember, Leer
Trainer: Camper Jason Poké Ball Reward: $312
Nidoran-M XY
NidoranPoisonLv. 13Poison PointNone1531 Atk
Attacks: Peck, Focus Energy, Double Kick, Poison Sting
Trainer: Picnicker Lia Poké Ball Reward: $336
Litleo XY
LitleoFire
Normal
Lv. 14UnnerveNone2221 Sp. Atk
Attacks: Work Up, Headbutt, Ember, Leer
Trainer: Black Belt Brian Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $576
Available for rematches
Machop XY
MachopFightingLv. 12No GuardNone1561 Atk
Attacks: Foresight, Karate Chop, Focus Energy, Leer
Machop XY
MachopFightingLv. 12GutsNone1561 Atk
Attacks: Foresight, Karate Chop, Focus Energy, Leer
Pancham XY
PanchamFightingLv. 12Mold BreakerNone1801 Atk
Attacks: Work Up, Karate Chop, Leer, Arm Thrust
Upper path to Old Graveyard
Trainer: Bug Catcher Allen Poké BallPoké Ball Reward: $336
Available for rematches
Butterfree-M XY
ButterfreeBug
Flying
Lv. 14Compound EyesNone5192 Sp. Atk
1 Sp. Def
Attacks: Confusion, Poison Powder, Sleep Powder, Stun Spore
Beedrill XY
BeedrillBug
Poison
Lv. 14SwarmNone5192 Atk
1 Sp. Def
Attacks: Rage, Fury Attack, Twineedle
Trainer: Camper Gordon Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $336
Cubone XY
Cubone ×2GroundLv. 14UnknownNone192 ×21 Def
each
Attacks: Leer, Bone Club, Tail Whip, Headbutt
Marill XY
MarillWater
Fairy
Lv. 13UnknownNone2452 HP
Attacks: Rollout, Bubble Beam, Bubble
Lower path to Brimber City
Trainer: Hiker Kyle Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $448
Geodude-Kanto XY
Geodude
Kanto Form
Rock
Ground
Lv. 13Rock HeadNone1671 Def
Attacks: Rock Polish, Magnitude, Mud Sport, Rollout
Geodude-Kanto XY
Geodude
Kanto Form
Rock
Ground
Lv. 13SturdyNone1671 Def
Attacks: Rock Polish, Magnitude, Mud Sport, Rollout
Hippopotas-M XY
HippopotasGroundLv. 14Sand StreamNone1981 Def
Attacks: Yawn, Bite, Tackle, Sand Attack
There was no change to the above matches between any of the updates. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.

Bug Catcher Allen is a good EXP hotspot for trainers who are having troubles facing the Brimber Gym to quickly train and level up their Pokémon. Come back here if you need to level up your Pokémon.

Old Graveyard

Old Graveyard

Some Pokémon only appear at the Old Graveyard overnight.

There are 2 paths from Route 5. If you take the upper path, you will end up here, the Old Graveyard, where you might expect to have a lot of Ghost-type Pokémon, hence its name, but there are only 2 kinds: Gastly and Yamask, whereas the other Pokémon available on this route are also similar to the Ghost type, like Psychic-type Gothita and Dark-type Murkrow, except for Cubone. This place has a lot of graves, which one has an easter egg on the battle screen where it says "RIP Tbradm". Tbradm is the Lead Developer and Main Scripter for this game.

Murkrow is a dual Dark/Flying-type Pokémon that its catch rate is known to be very low. Remember the Dusk Ball you grabbed from Silvent City? You can use it on Murkrow.

Note: Rarity levels are estimations according to this scale and might be subject to changes due to different encounter assessment results. If there are any Pokémon with low catch rates, the possibility to flee or requirement of gaining happiness to evolve, recommended Poké Balls for that Pokémon will be shown with the corresponding bag sprite under the Pokémon's name.

Pokémon Type Image Rarity Items EV Yield
Walking Building Lv. 8-10
CuboneGround
Cubone XY
CommonThick Club1 Def
GothitaPsychic
Gothita XY
CommonNone1 Sp. Def
GastlyGhost
Poison
Gastly XY
Uncommon
Overnight Only
None1 Sp. Atk
Murkrow
Quick BallDusk Ball
Dark
Flying
Murkrow-M XY
Murkrow-F XY
Uncommon
Overnight Only
None1 Speed
YamaskGhost
Yamask XY
Rare
Overnight Only
Spell Tag1 Def
Click on the Pokémon names to check their learnsets on Bulbapedia. All Pokémon follow their movesets in Pokémon Sun and Moon. Hover on the item sprites to check the exact chance of being held by the Wild Pokémon. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.

Roaming Pokémon are not listed in the table above. They are fixed at Lv. 40 and have a 0.1% chance of appearing anywhere in Roria with wild encounter methods specified here.

Rebellious Girl Lannie is the only trainer in this area. She has 2 Gothitas and 1 Cubone, which is not that hard to beat and she is also not important. However, she is available for rematches.

Image Pokémon Type Level Ability Item EXP EV Yield
Trainer: Rebellious Girl Lannie Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $480
Available for rematches
Gothita XY
Gothita ×2PsychicLv. 14FriskNone174 ×21 Sp. Def
each
Attacks: Double Slap, Tickle, Fake Tears, Play Nice
Cubone XY
CuboneGroundLv. 15UnknownNone2051 Def
Attacks: Leer, Bone Club, Tail Whip, Headbutt
There was no change to the above matches between any of the updates. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.

2nd Rival Battle

Heal your Pokémon before proceeding.

Return to the fork and take the lower path this time. Right as you try to enter the gate, Rival Jake catches up, reveals his Arc Badge to you and challenges you to another battle!

Image Pokémon Type Level Ability Item EXP EV Yield
Trainer: Rival Jake Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $600
Eevee XY
EeveeNormalLv. 15Run AwayNone2081 Sp. Def
Attacks: Tail Whip, Quick Attack, Baby-Doll Eyes, Sand Attack
Blitzle XY
BlitzleElectricLv. 15Motor DriveNone1891 Speed
Attacks: Tail Whip, Shock Wave, Charge, Thunder Wave
Nidoran-M XY
NidoranPoisonLv. 15Poison PointNone1761 Atk
Attacks: Poison Sting, Peck, Focus Energy, Double Kick
There was no change to the above matches between any of the updates. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.
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