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Chapter 6Brimstone Badge

Brimber Gym

Make sure that you heal your Pokémon before proceeding! It is recommended that you train your Pokémon until they are at Lv. 22 or higher.

Once you get back from Mt. Igneus through Route 6, the Brimber Gym will be unlocked. Enter the building behind the Pokémon Center and up the stairs. Proceed to your second Gym battle when you're ready. The Gym is built in the base of the volcano, symbolizing that the Gym specializes in Fire-type Pokémon. Once you're in, there will be a noob and the Gym Guide. Talking to the Gym Guide tells you to fight the Gym Leader, which to get to you first need to do some parkour. Fire-type Pokémon are weak to Water, Ground and Rock. Marill and Azumarill are good choices to use, as they're the only Water-type Pokémon available other than Starter Pokémon before battling the second Gym, with its Water-type moves being super-effective. Other options include Hippopotas that can learn Dig at Lv. 19 a Ground-Type move, as well as the Fire/Ground-type Numel which gets Magnitude. Be warned that the Burn status condition not only damages you per turn but also halves your Attack, making Physical Attack moves weaker.

Proceed and jump over the two cracks in the ground. Pyro Lance will take you to a battle. He has three Slugmas. Not exactly a great variety, but don't let your guard down. Their abilities Magma Armor and Flame Body have a 30% chance to burn any Pokémon that makes contact with it, so avoid using Contact Moves. Ground-type, Rock-type, and Water-type, all of which are super-effective on Slugma, tend to be ranged, so don't worry too much! Slugma has low defenses, so it can be easily taken out by a super-effective attack.

Once you defeat Pyro Lance, continue the parkour. When you get to the rainbow rock wall, press the up arrow key to make it up. You will then be on the second floor of the gym. Make sure to stay close to the wall so you don't fall off into the lava. You will then see Pyro Bryce. He'll stop you and ask for a battle. He has a Charmeleon. Beware of Charmeleon, as it is able to release a powerful Dragon Rage. Dragon Rage deals 40 HP worth of damage every time, so it is extremely strong at this stage, as at least one of Pokémon have below 40 maximum HP. However, it does 0 damage against Fairy-types. Marill is a great way to counter Charmeleon. It can launch super-effective moves such as Aqua Tail, and stay immune to Dragon Rage as well. It is extremely recommended to catch a Marill, especially against Charmeleon.

Continue once you've defeated Pyro Lance. Next, battle Pyro Cole. He will tell you that you're halfway through the parkour. Pyro Cole has a Ponyta and a Litleo. Ponyta has 90 base Speed - extremely fast for a non-evolved Pokémon. Combined with a powerful 85 base Attack, Ponyta can be a major threat if not taken care of fast. However, Ponyta has fragile defenses, so it can be easily taken out by a Pokémon such as Marill. Next is Litleo. It can be easily taken out by a super-effective move due to also having fragile defenses. Beware of Noble Roar and Headbutt, however. Noble Roar lowers the Attack and Special Attack of a Pokémon, and Headbutt is powerful STAB move for Litleo. As Ghost-types possess an immunity to Normal-types, you can switch into a Ghost-type such as Gastly to take the hit. However, Litleo may use another move, so it is recommended to stay with a Pokémon that has super-effective moves against Litleo.

If you have not healed your Pokémon this whole time, it is recommended to go back and heal. If you fall, don't give up! You'll make it eventually! If your Pokémon are weakened, a good tip is to heal your Pokémon when you fall down, because you are brought back to the beginning of the parkour. Proceed on to Pyro Moe. He has a Torkoal, which can be dangerous. As Torkoal has a humongous base 140 Defense, it is recommended to use a Special type move. Even then, Torkoal still has a decent base 70 Special Defense and base 70 HP. Take Torkoal out with a super-effective Special move such as a Bubble Beam from a Marill or an Azumarill. If not taken out in one super-effective hit, Torkoal should be taken out in two or three.

VS Sebastian

VS Sebastian

VS Leader Sebastian!

After you have done doing the parkour, you can now challenge Sebastian. He re-introduces himself again and thanks you for taking care of Team Eclipse in Mt. Igneus. He wants you now to bring out your Pokémon's power. Get ready for battle!

Beware of Sebastian's Pokémon as they all possess Overheat. Sebastian will first send out Litleo. You know what to do, because you already battled one. However, don't be careless - Litleo has another powerful move Take Down. To your advantage, Litleo receives recoil from Take Down, and Take Down only has 85% accuracy. After Litleo is defeated, Sebastian will send out Growlithe. Growlithe has powerful moves in Fire Fang and Flame Wheel, and make sure to take out Growlithe fast with a super-effective move, because Reversal is more powerful the less HP the user has. However, Growlithe has low defenses so it can be easily taken out by a super-effective move. Sebastian's final Pokémon is Magmar. Magmar has good attacking stats, so it can be a major threat. It is recommended to take out Magmar with a Physical move, as Magmar has much better Special Defense, but lacks in Defense. Rock-type and Ground-type moves tend to be Physical, so they can do lots of damage to Magmar. A powerful Aqua Tail from an Azumarill can also do loads of damage. If taken care of quickly, you don't have to worry about Magmar. After beating Magmar, Sebastian's final Pokémon, Sebastian will give you $4000, the Brimstone Badge, and TM50 Overheat. Overheat deals massive damage, but lowers the user's Special Attack by two stages in return. Now, you can proceed on to Route 7!

Image Pokémon Type Level Ability Item EXP EV Yield
Trainer: Pyro Lance Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $768
Slugma XY
Slugma ×3FireLv. 16UnknownNone171 ×31 Sp. Atk
each
Trainer: Pyro Bryce Poké Ball Reward: $864
Charmeleon XY
CharmeleonFireLv. 18UnknownNone5471 Sp. Atk
1 Speed
Trainer: Pyro Cole Poké BallPoké Ball Reward: $816
Ponyta XY
PonytaFireLv. 17UnknownNone2981 Speed
Litleo XY
LitleoFire
Normal
Lv. 17UnknownNone2691 Sp. Atk
Trainer: Pyro Moe Poké Ball Reward: $864
Torkoal XY
TorkoalFireLv. 18UnknownNone6362 Def
Trainer: Gym Leader Sebastian Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $4000, Brimstone Badge, TM50
Litleo XY
LitleoFire
Normal
Lv. 22UnknownNone3481 Sp. Atk
Growlithe XY
GrowlitheFireLv. 22UnknownNone3301 Atk
Magmar XY
MagmarFireLv. 25UnknownNone9262 Sp. Atk
Some of the rewards, Pokémon Levels and EXP Points in the above matches have been modified during certain updates. Please check the trivia section for details. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.

Route 7

Once you get back out of the gym, turn right. Route 7 will be unlocked. Remember the guy who was standing and blocking the entrance to Route 7 and said you couldn't enter unless you had the badge? Well, now you have it. Climb up the stairs and click on the fence-door to proceed to Route 7. Once you enter, the first thing you'll see is a man in a green shirt. He'll stop you and congratulate you on earning the Brimstone badge. He is Cool Trainer Braden, so battle him. Once you finished, ahead of you to the right there will be a large turn with grass. Go there, and Lady Sarah, another trainer, will stop you and battle. Once you're done, to the right there will be yet another trainer, Rising star Melvin, who will say that he'll have stunt doubles to fight his Pokémon battles soon. Haha. Well, anyway, battle him, he has 3 Pokémon.

Rookie Adam and Camper Jacob will be ready to fight you again once you rejoin the game. If you desperately need to train your Pokémon for fighting Silvent Gym, Jacob will definitely help. Return to the slope next to Student Chase after getting HM8 Rock Climb. Above the small cliff, TM23 Smack Down can be picked up.

Note: Rarity levels are estimations according to this scale and might be subject to changes due to different encounter assessment results, unless supported by official encounter rates, which are listed in red under the rarity level if known. 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
Grass Patches Tall Grass Lv. 12-15
WooperWater
Ground
Wooper-M XY
Wooper-F XY
CommonNone1 HP
PoliwagWater
Poliwag XY
UncommonNone1 Speed
BidoofNormal
Bidoof XY
UncommonNone1 HP
SurskitBug
Water
Surskit XY
UncommonHoney1 Speed
SkittyNormal
Skitty XY
RareNone1 Speed
MarillWater
Fairy
Marill XY
RareNone2 HP
SunkernGrass
Sunkern XY
Rare
11%
None1 Sp. Atk
YanmaBug
Flying
Yanma XY
Rare
7.4%
Wide Lens1 Speed
Ralts
Quick Ball
Psychic
Fairy
Ralts XY
Very Rare
4.6%
None1 Sp. Atk
Fishing Old Rod Old Rod Lv. 10
MagikarpWater
Magikarp-M XY
Magikarp-F XY
CommonNone1 Speed
TympoleWater
Tympole XY
UncommonNone1 Speed
CorphishWater
Corphish XY
RareNone1 Atk
Fishing Good Rod Good Rod Lv. 20
TympoleWater
Tympole XY
CommonNone1 Speed
CorphishWater
Corphish XY
UncommonNone1 Atk
MagikarpWater
Magikarp-M XY
Magikarp-F XY
RareNone1 Speed
Water HM Water Surf Lv. 26-29
BidoofNormal
Bidoof XY
CommonNone1 HP
TympoleWater
Tympole XY
UncommonNone1 Speed
CorphishWater
Corphish XY
RareNone1 Atk
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.


Image Pokémon Type Level Ability Item EXP EV Yield
Trainer: Cool Trainer Braden Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $1020
Marill XY
MarillWater
Fairy
Lv. 17UnknownNone3202 HP
Attacks: Defense Curl, Bubble Beam, Rollout, Helping Hand
Rattata-M-Kanto XY
Rattata
Kanto Form
NormalLv. 17UnknownNone1851 Speed
Attacks: Focus Energy, Bite, Pursuit, Hyper Fang
Nidorina XY
NidorinaPoisonLv. 17UnknownNone4662 HP
Attacks: Scratch, Tail Whip, Double Kick, Poison Sting
Trainer: Lady Sarah Poké BallPoké Ball Reward: $1140
Budew XY
BudewGrass
Poison
Lv. 17UnknownNone2041 Sp. Atk
Attacks: Water Sport, Stun Spore, Mega Drain, Worry Seed
Beautifly-F XY
BeautiflyBug
Flying
Lv. 19SwarmNone7043 Sp. Atk
Attacks: Absorb, Stun Spore, Morning Sun
Trainer: Rising Star Melvin Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $1140
Minccino XY
MinccinoNormalLv. 18UnknownNone2311 Speed
Attacks: Helping Hand, Tickle, Double Slap, Encore
Surskit XY
SurskitBug
Water
Lv. 18Swift SwimNone2081 Speed
Attacks: Quick Attack, Sweet Scent, Water Sport, Bubble Beam
Flaaffy XY
FlaaffyElectricLv. 19StaticNone5212 Sp. Atk
Attacks: Thunder Wave, Thunder Shock, Cotton Spore, Charge
Trainer: Hipster Lincoln Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $352
Available for rematches
Surskit XY
SurskitBug
Water
Lv. 18Swift SwimNone2081 Speed
Attacks: Quick Attack, Sweet Scent, Bubble Beam, Water Sport
Fletchinder XY
FletchinderFire
Flying
Lv. 20Flame BodyNone5742 Speed
Attacks: Quick Attack, Peck, Agility, Flail
Masquerain XY
MasquerainBug
Flying
Lv. 22IntimidateNone6831 Sp. Atk
1 Sp. Def
Attacks: Water Sport, Gust, Scary Face, Air Cutter
Trainer: Rebellious Girl Jess Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $672
Available for rematches
Skitty XY
SkittyNormalLv. 19UnknownNone2111 Speed
Attacks: Attract, Double Slap, Disarming Voice, Copycat
Glameow XY
GlameowNormalLv. 20UnknownNone2651 Speed
Attacks: Growl, Hypnosis, Feint Attack, Fury Swipes
Herdier XY
HerdierNormalLv. 21UnknownNone5852 Atk
Attacks: Bite, Helping Hand, Take Down, Work Up
Trainer: Salesman Doug Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $320
Poliwag XY
Poliwag ×2WaterLv. 19UnknownNone244 ×21 Speed each
Attacks: Hypnosis, Bubble, Double Slap, Rain Dance
Kadabra-M XY
KadabraPsychicLv. 20UnknownNone6002 Sp. Atk
Attacks: Teleport, Confusion, Disable
There was no change to the above matches between any of the updates. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.

After that, ahead of you to the right will be a bridge made of light wood. Talk to the guy in a suit who's sitting on it, who is Hipster Lincoln. He'll ask to battle, and once you defeat him, go to your right and battle the trainer in front of the bridge, named Rebellious girl Jess. There is no need to enter the house because there is nothing to find in there. Cross the bridge and talk to the guy in the beige shirt who will tell you there is a cave under the bridge, that you can get to by surfing down the river. To get there, continue on the grass until you reach Salesman Doug. Once you battle him, you'll be able to get past the slim piece of land that gets to the river entrance. You'll see a trainer dressed as a Karate Master. He will tell you that the lumberjacks let their Bidoofs out again, and they built a dam that prevents anyone from getting to Lagoona Lake. If you cross the bridge, you'll see a large warehouse. Go behind it and lying on the ground will be a Miracle Seed. Pick it up and enter the warehouse. Once you're in the warehouse, battle all 3 Pokémon trainers - Lumberjack Buck, Lumberjack Al, and Lumberjack Paul. After defeating all three lumberjacks, the boss will storm in. He will state that he had to break the dam with his Pokémon to stop the flooding. If you talk to the boss later, he will ask you to battle him once you have all eight badges. But let's worry about this later. Now, head on to Lagoona Lake!

Note: Player must defeat Lumberjacks Buck, Al and Paul to proceed for Lagoona Lake.

Image Pokémon Type Level Ability Item EXP EV Yield
Trainer: Lumberjack Buck Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $552
Bidoof XY
Bidoof ×2NormalLv. 22UnknownNone235 ×21 HP
each
Attacks: Rollout, Headbutt, Hyper Fang, Yawn
Deerling-Spring XY
Deerling
Spring Form
Normal
Grass
Lv. 23UnknownNone3301 Speed
Attacks: Double Kick, Leech Seed, Feint Attack, Take Down
Trainer: Lumberjack Al Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $552
Bidoof XY
Bidoof ×2NormalLv. 22UnknownNone235 ×21 HP
each
Attacks: Rollout, Headbutt, Hyper Fang, Yawn
Raticate-M-Kanto XY
Raticate
Kanto Form
NormalLv. 23UnknownNone7142 Speed
Attacks: Hyper Fang, Bite, Pursuit, Assurance
Trainer: Lumberjack Paul Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $576
Bibarel-M XY
Bibarel ×2Normal
Water
Lv. 23UnknownNone709 ×22 Atk
each
Attacks: Rollout, Headbutt, Hyper Fang, Yawn
Pinsir XY
PinsirBugLv. 24UnknownNone9002 Atk
Attacks: Harden, Revenge, Vital Throw, Double Hit
There was no change to the above matches between any of the updates. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.

Lagoona Lake

Lagoona Lake

Lagoona Lake is a quiet spot.

Then, from there, go diagonally and you'll see a large stairway going down. Walk down and there will be a teal door, which leads to the Lagoona Lake Lab. If you talk to the blond scientist standing in front of you, she will explain things about the history of Lagoona Lake. Then she will go on to show you the Underwater Mining Vessel, which you can purchase a dive with batteries. She tells you that the lab has enough funding to send you down there for free just once, and if you want to go underwater mining again, you will need to buy UMV Batteries with Robux. Go back up the stairs and out of the laboratory, and turn right. You will then see more jagged stairs, leading down to a fork in the road. One side goes to a grey and green pair of doors and the other leads to a pretty little house in front of Lagoona Lake. Enter the house, and the person will give you a free fishing rod called the Old Rod, which you can use to fish.

You can also breed here. The old man standing outside of the blue roofed house will give you eggs. When you enter the Lagoona Day Care, you with see a PC box, a Old lady, and a a woman. Talk to the woman and she will give you a white egg (Zangoose) or a Black egg (Seviper).Which will you choose? If you talk to the Old Lady, she will ask you if you want to leave any of your pokemon there to level up. Also, if you put two pokemon, one female, one male, in the same egg group, they will breed. After walking around for a while, you can talk to the man outside and eventually, he will give you the egg of the female. After walking for a certain number of steps, the egg will hatch into the female pokemon you breeded.

When you talk to the man, he'll say either "The two seem to get along very well!" (70% Chance), "The two seem to get along" (50% Chance), or "The two don't really seem to like each other very much." (20% Chance) If it says "The two prefer to play with other Pokémon more than with each other.", that means they are in different Egg Groups, and therefore cannot breed. (0% Chance)

No Legendary or Mythical Pokémon may breed, with the exceptions of Manaphy and Phione, both giving Phione eggs when breed with Ditto.

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
Fishing Old Rod Old Rod Lv. 10
MagikarpWater
Magikarp-M XY
Magikarp-F XY
CommonNone1 Speed
GoldeenWater
Goldeen-M XY
Goldeen-F XY
RareMystic Water1 Atk
Fishing Good Rod Good Rod Lv. 20
GoldeenWater
Goldeen-M XY
Goldeen-F XY
CommonMystic Water1 Atk
Water HM Water Surf Lv. 26-30
GoldeenWater
Goldeen-M XY
Goldeen-F XY
CommonMystic Water1 Atk
GyaradosWater
Flying
Gyarados-M XY
Gyarados-F XY
UncommonNone2 Atk
DucklettWater
Flying
Ducklett 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.

Lagoona Trenches

Before mining in Lagoona Trenches, you will be forced to save the game. While underwater, find a shiny spot and click on it. You can choose from explosives or a drill to mine. Be warned that if the wall takes too much damage before all treasures in the wall are dug out, it will collapse and all treasures that are not mined up will be lost (this is indicated by a green bar). Treasures range from the very common shards, to the very rare and sought-after Fossilized Eggs.

Fossil Pokémon

FossilPokémon / TypeImageEvolving LevelEvolved Form / TypeImage
Kanto Fossil Pokémon
Helix Fossil Mining
Helix Fossil
Omanyte
Rock
Water
Omanyte XY Lv. 40 Omastar
Rock
Water
Omastar XY
Dome Fossil Mining
Dome Fossil
Kabuto
Rock
Water
Kabuto XY Kabutops
Rock
Water
Kabutops XY
Old Amber Mining
Old Amber
Aerodactyl
Rock
Flying
Aerodactyl XY N/A
Hoenn Fossil Pokémon
Root Fossil Mining
Root Fossil
Lileep
Rock
Grass
Lileep XY Lv. 40 Cradily
Rock
Grass
Cradily XY
Claw Fossil Mining
Claw Fossil
Anorith
Rock
Bug
Anorith XY Armaldo
Rock
Bug
Armaldo XY
Sinnoh Fossil Pokémon
Skull Fossil Mining
Skull Fossil
Cranidos
Rock
Cranidos XY Lv. 30 Rampardos
Rock
Rampardos XY
Armour Fossil Mining
Armour Fossil
Shieldon
Rock
Steel
Shieldon XY Bastiodon
Rock
Steel
Bastiodon XY
Unova Fossil Pokémon
Cover Fossil DW
Cover Fossil
Tirtouga
Water
Rock
Tirtouga XY Lv. 37 Carracosta
Water
Rock
Carracosta XY
Plume Fossil DW
Plume Fossil
Archen
Rock
Flying
Archen XY Archeops
Rock
Flying
Archeops XY
Kalos Fossil Pokémon
Jaw Fossil DW
Jaw Fossil
Tyrunt
Rock
Dragon
Tyrunt XY Lv. 39
Daytime Only
Tyrantrum
Rock
Dragon
Tyrantrum XY
Sail Fossil DW
Sail Fossil
Amaura
Rock
Ice
Amaura XY Lv. 39
Overnight Only
Aurorus
Rock
Ice
Aurorus XY

Fossilized Eggs

TreasureRateEggPokémon
Fossilized Egg
Fossilized Egg
85%
Togepi Egg
Togepi XY
Togepi
Fairy
5%
Mesprit Egg
Mesprit XY
Mesprit
Psychic
5%
Azelf Egg
Azelf XY
Azelf
Psychic
5%
Uxie Egg
Uxie XY
Uxie
Psychic

Evolutionary Stones

StoneImageCompatible Pokémon
Fire Stone
Fire Stone Mining
Vulpix-Kanto Menu SpriteGrowlithe Menu SpriteEevee Menu SpritePansear Menu Sprite
Water Stone
Water Stone Mining
Poliwhirl Menu SpriteShellder Menu SpriteStaryu Menu SpriteEevee Menu SpriteLombre Menu SpritePanpour Menu Sprite
Thunder Stone
Thunder Stone Mining
Pikachu Menu SpriteEevee Menu SpriteEelektrik Menu Sprite
Leaf Stone
Leaf Stone Mining
Gloom Menu SpriteWeepinbell Menu SpriteExeggcute Menu SpriteNuzleaf Menu SpritePansage Menu Sprite
Sun Stone
Sun Stone Mining
Gloom Menu SpriteSunkern Menu SpriteCottonee Menu SpritePetilil Menu SpriteHelioptile Menu Sprite
Moon Stone
Moon Stone Mining
Nidorina Menu SpriteNidorino Menu SpriteClefairy Menu SpriteJigglypuff Menu SpriteSkitty Menu SpriteMunna Menu Sprite
Oval Stone
Oval Stone Mining
Happiny Menu Sprite

Other Treasures

ItemImageUsageRarity
Revive
Revive Mining
Restores a fainted Pokémon's health by half upon usage. Rare
Max Revive
Max Revive Mining
Completely restores a fainted Pokémon's health upon usage. Very Rare
Everstone
Everstone Mining
Prevents all kinds of evolution once held.
If held by either parent in Lagoona Day Care, holder's nature will be passed down to the bred Pokémon.
Uncommon
Plates
  • Draco Plate
  • Dread Plate
  • Earth Plate
  • Fist Plate
  • Flame Plate
  • Icicle Plate
  • Insect Plate
  • Iron Plate
  • Meadow Plate
  • Mind Plate
  • Pixie Plate
  • Sky Plate
  • Splash Plate
  • Spooky Plate
  • Stone Plate
  • Toxic Plate
  • Zap Plate
Increase the damage of attacks from the corresponding type by 20% if held. Rare
Light Clay
Light Clay Mining
Extend the effect of Reflect, Light Screen and Aurora Veil by 3 more turns once held, if not broken by Brick Break or blown away by Defog. Uncommon
Star Piece
Star Piece Mining
Sell for 4900 dollars. Rare
Rare Bone
Rare Bone Mining
Sell for 5000 dollars. Rare
Shards
  • Red Shard
  • Blue Shard
  • Yellow Shard
  • Green Shard
N/A (Possible for paying Move Tutors later on) Common
Iron Ball
Iron Ball Mining
Reduces speed when held and, if the holder belongs to Flying-type or has the ability Levitate, eliminates immunity to Ground-type attacks. When thrown by the move Fling, this item causes the most damage. Uncommon
Heart Scale
Heart Scale Mining
Pay the Move Reminder in Colosseum Marketplace for remembering forgotten moves. Very Rare
Hard Stone
Hard Stone Mining
Increases the damage of Rock-type attacks by 20% when held. Common
Heat / Damp / Icy / Smooth Rock
  • Heat Rock
  • Damp Rock
  • Icy Rock
  • Smooth Rock
Extend the duration of corresponding weather moves and abilities by 3 more turns when held. For example, Heat Rock extends the effect of Sunny Day and ability Drought to 8 turns. Rare
Odd Keystone
Odd Keystone Mining
Throw into the Old Well on Route 8 to summon the Pokémon Spiritomb. Very Rare


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