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Chapter 7Downpour

Route 8

Route 8

Route 8 with the Old Well.

Now, you've finished exploring Lagoona Lake and its trenches and you're back at the town. Remember those stairs that had a road to the left and right, and the right was where the fisherman lived? Return there, but this time turn left and go through the blue doors. This will lead you to Route 8. Once you get there, your friend Jake will congratulate you on catching up to him and he'll tell you he admires you and is sure you'll get your parents back soon, that were kidnapped by Team Eclipse. He says he was too afraid to confront Team Eclipse on his own, and he only hid in Brimber Gym while you took them on. Wow, what a coward! Anyway, Jake will now accompany you on this route.

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. 13-16
OddishGrass
Poison
Oddish XY
CommonAbsorb Bulb1 Sp. Atk
BellsproutGrass
Poison
Bellsprout XY
CommonNone1 Atk
LillipupNormal
Lillipup XY
UncommonNone1 Atk
StarlyNormal
Flying
Starly-M XY
Starly-F XY
UncommonNone1 Speed
Buneary
Luxury Ball
Normal
Buneary XY
UncommonNone1 Speed
EspurrPsychic
Espurr XY
UncommonNone1 Speed
HerdierNormal
Herdier XY
RareNone2 Atk
StaraviaNormal
Flying
Staravia-M XY
Staravia-F XY
RareNone2 Speed
SwabluNormal
Flying
Swablu XY
RareNone1 Sp. Def
Riolu
Luxury Ball
Fighting
Riolu XY
Very Rare
3%
None1 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.

You'll be stopped by a Pokémon trainer named Bird Keeper Armen. He'll ask to battle you and Jake at the same time. This is an important moment- your first double battle! Once you defeat him, keep going until you get to a trainer wearing a pink shirt, named Lady Lusine. At this point, you'll still be on a grass route, but you'll be able to see the ocean on the horizon, which is where the next city, Rosecove City is, with the Rosecove Beach. Anyway, battle this trainer, and win another double battle with Jake.

Note: Players are advised to be wary of the powerful attack Self-Destruct when fighting Hiker Anson's Graveler, as well as Dragon Rage while battling Gentleman Nolan's Gible. After Jake leaves, subsequent rematches become Single Battles instead.

Image Pokémon Type Level Ability Item EXP EV Yield
Partner: Rival Jake Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball
Vaporeon-back XY
VaporeonWaterLv. 24Water AbsorbNoneN/A
Attacks: Aurora Beam, Water Pulse, Quick Attack, Sand Attack
Nidorino-back XY
NidorinoPoisonLv. 21Poison PointNoneN/A
Attacks: Fury Attack, Poison Sting, Double Kick, Peck
Blitzle-back XY
BlitzleElectricLv. 20Motor DriveNoneN/A
Attacks: Flame Charge, Thunder Wave, Shock Wave, Tail Whip
Trainer: Bird Keeper Armen Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $960
Pidgeotto XY
PidgeottoNormal
Flying
Lv. 23UnknownNone6012 Speed
Attacks: Gust, Quick Attack, Whirlwind, Twister
Fletchinder XY
FletchinderFire
Flying
Lv. 23Flame BodyNone6602 Speed
Attacks: Quick Attack, Peck, Agility, Flail
Staravia-M XY
StaraviaNormal
Flying
Lv. 24IntimidateNone6122 Speed
Attacks: Wing Attack, Double Team, Endeavor, Whirlwind
Trainer: Lady Lusine Poké BallPoké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $1380
Gloom-F XY
GloomGrass
Poison
Lv. 22UnknownNone6502 Sp. Atk
Attacks: Poison Powder, Stun Spore, Sleep Powder, Mega Drain
Ivysaur XY
IvysaurGrass
Poison
Lv. 22OvergrowNone6691 Sp. Atk
1 Sp. Def
Attacks: Poison Powder, Sleep Powder, Take Down, Razor Leaf
Deerling-Spring XY
Deerling
Spring Form
Normal
Grass
Lv. 23UnknownNone3301 Speed
Attacks: Double Kick, Leech Seed, Feint Attack, Take Down
Venonat XY
VenonatBug
Poison
Lv. 23UnknownNone3001 Sp. Def
Attacks: Confusion, Poison Powder, Psybeam, Stun Spore
Trainer: Schoolgirl Stacie Poké BallPoké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $736
Plusle XY
PlusleElectricLv. 23UnknownNone6991 Speed
Attacks: Bestow, Swift, Copycat, Electro Ball
Minun XY
MinunElectricLv. 23UnknownNone6991 Speed
Attacks: Switcheroo, Swift, Copycat, Electro Ball
Herdier XY
HerdierNormalLv. 23UnknownNone6402 Atk
Attacks: Bite, Helping Hand, Take Down, Work Up
Purugly XY
PuruglyNormalLv. 23UnknownNone7782 Speed
Attacks: Growl, Hypnosis, Feint Attack, Fury Swipes
Trainer: Schoolboy Deven Poké BallPoké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $748
Numel-M XY
NumelFire
Ground
Lv. 24UnknownNone3131 Sp. Atk
Attacks: Magnitude, Amnesia, Lava Plume, Flame Burst
Combusken-M XY
CombuskenFire
Fighting
Lv. 23UnknownNone6991 Atk
1 Sp. Atk
Attacks: Ember, Sand Attack, Peck, Flame Charge
Heatmor XY
HeatmorFireLv. 22UnknownNone7962 Sp. Atk
Attacks: Odor Sleuth, Bind, Fire Spin, Fury Swipes
Torkoal XY
TorkoalFireLv. 22UnknownNone7772 Def
Attacks: Fire Spin, Smokescreen, Flame Wheel, Curse
Trainer: Lumberjack Benson Poké BallPoké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $576
Bibarel-M XY
Bibarel ×2Normal
Water
Lv. 23UnknownNone709 ×22 Atk
each
Attacks: Rollout, Headbutt, Hyper Fang, Yawn
Furfrou-Natural XY
Furfrou
Natural Form
NormalLv. 24UnknownNone8481 Speed
Attacks: Baby-Doll Eyes, Headbutt, Tail Whip, Bite
Herdier XY
HerdierNormalLv. 24UnknownNone6682 Atk
Attacks: Helping Hand, Take Down, Crunch, Work Up
Trainer: Gentleman Nolan Poké BallPoké BallPoké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $1656
Available for rematches — Physical Attack Hotspot
Gible-M XY
GibleDragon
Ground
Lv. 22UnknownNone2821 Atk
Attacks: Dragon Rage, Sandstorm, Take Down, Sand Tomb
Herdier XY
HerdierNormalLv. 23UnknownNone6402 Atk
Attacks: Bite, Take Down, Helping Hand, Work Up
Growlithe XY
GrowlitheFireLv. 22UnknownNone3301 Atk
Attacks: Helping Hand, Flame Wheel, Fire Fang, Reversal
Weepinbell XY
WeepinbellGrass
Poison
Lv. 23UnknownNone6752 Atk
Attacks: Wrap, Sleep Powder, Poison Powder, Stun Spore
Delcatty XY
DelcattyNormalLv. 23UnknownNone6551 HP
1 Speed
Attacks: Fake Out, Attract, Sing, Double Slap
Trainer: Hiker Anson Poké BallPoké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $800
Available for rematches — Physical Defense Hotspot
Graveler-Kanto XY
Graveler ×2
Kanto Form
Rock
Ground
Lv. 24UnknownNone704 ×22 Def
each
Attacks: Rock Throw, Bulldoze, Smack Down, Self-Destruct
Rhyhorn-M XY
RhyhornGround
Rock
Lv. 25UnknownNone3691 Def
Attacks: Smack Down, Bulldoze, Stomp, Chip Away
Onix XY
OnixRock
Ground
Lv. 24UnknownNone3961 Def
Attacks: Stealth Rock, Gyro Ball, Rock Polish, Smack Down
Trainer: Black Belt Gresham Poké BallPoké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $1200
Machoke XY
Machoke ×2FightingLv. 24UnknownNone730 ×22 Atk
each
Attacks: Low Sweep, Revenge, Seismic Toss, Knock off
Hitmonchan XY
HitmonchanFightingLv. 25UnknownNone8512 Sp. Def
Attacks: Pursuit, Bullet Punch, Mach Punch, Feint
Monferno XY
MonfernoFire
Fighting
Lv. 25BlazeNone7601 Sp. Atk
1 Speed
Attacks: Ember, Taunt, Fury Swipes, Flame Wheel
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.

Catching Spiritomb

Farther in the route you will see an old well. Interacting with it will do nothing under normal circumstances. However, if you have acquired an Odd Keystone in your trip into the Lagoona Trenches (see Walkthrough Chapter 6), tossing it in will automatically initiate a battle against a Lv. 15 Spiritomb! This is another Set Encounter in the game. Be warned that these Set Encounters are once only! If you failed to catch Spiritomb, you do not have another chance unless you you immediately leave without saving, then rejoin the game. You can actually find another Odd Keystone but be warned since finding another one is very, very rare.

Warning: Players can only battle the following Pokémon once! Save beforehand and turn off Autosave.

Pokémon Type Level Image Rarity Item EV Yield
Set Encounter
Requires Odd Keystone Odd Keystone
SpiritombGhost
Dark
Lv. 15
Spiritomb XY
One OnlyNone1 Def
1 Sp. Def
If attempts of catching the above Pokémon failed, immediately leave the game and rejoin without saving, in order to secure a second chance.

Click on the Pokémon names to check their learnsets on Bulbapedia. All Pokémon above follow their movesets in Pokémon Sun and Moon. Hover on the item sprites to check the exact chance of being held by the Set Encounter Pokémon.

Rosecove Beach

Looks like another city is raided by Team Eclipse as well! Upon entry, Jake is seen fighting an Eclipse Grunt to keep him distracted and let you enter the city. There is a Gym somewhere, but it is blocked by a grunt, while the exit to Route 9 is guarded by another grunt as well. Anyway, this is Rosecove Beach, which is the tourist spot of the seaside Rosecove City, completely open to the west sea of Roria. There is a Battle Pier for you to fight Trainers, while the waves and palm trees also allow you to catch new Pokemon, but your first priority should be getting inside the Pokemon Centre in Rosecove City for healing.

Battle Pier

The battle pier is a wooden dock extending from Rosecove Beach into the ocean. It is held up by wooden support beams, and offers a gorgeous view of the water. But this view is not the only thing that the pier offers, as it serves as a hotspot for beachgoing trainers to challenge others. Though the challenge might seem daunting, the reward at the end makes battling these trainers worthwhile, not to mention the large amounts of Experience Points that the player will receive upon beating each trainer.

The pier is situated in Rosecove City, most of the trainers use Water-Type Pokemon. Because of this, it is advised that the player use Pokemon knowing Electric or Grass-type moves. Additionally, using a Water or Grass type yourself, (As these types resist water) can make the battles much easier. However, beware of Beach Bum James's Gloom, as it will hit your water types for Super-Effective damage with it's Grass-Type moves. If you used your moves correctly, you should now be facing the final trainer of the Battle Pier; Beach Bum Greg. Greg carries 2 Seaking in his party, as well as a powerful Gyarados. The Seakings can be dispatched pretty easily, but the Gyarados can be trouble. Because of it's Water/Flying typing, Gyarados will only take neutral damage from grass type attacks, but will take 4 times the damage from Electric-type attacks. Be sure to exploit this weakness and attempt to hit it with an Electric-type move if possible.

Image Pokémon Type Level Ability Item EXP EV Yield
Trainer: Beach Bum James Poké BallPoké Ball Reward: $400
Wingull XY
WingullWater
Flying
Lv. 25UnknownNone2891 Speed
Attacks: Mist, Water Pulse, Quick Attack, Air Cutter
Gloom-M XY
GloomGrass
Poison
Lv. 25UnknownNone7392 Sp. Atk
Attacks: Stun Spore, Sleep Powder, Mega Drain, Lucky Chant
Trainer: Beach Bum Hans Poké BallPoké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $400
Magikarp-M XY
MagikarpWaterLv. 27UnknownNone2311 Speed
Attacks: Splash, Tackle
Staryu XY
StaryuWaterLv. 26UnknownNone3781 Speed
Attacks: Swift, Bubble Beam, Gyro Ball, Camouflage
Wingull XY
WingullWater
Flying
Lv. 25UnknownNone2891 Speed
Attacks: Mist, Water Pulse, Quick Attack, Air Cutter
Palpitoad XY
PalpitoadWater
Ground
Lv. 25UnknownNone7172 HP
Attacks: Bubble Beam, Aqua Ring, Mud Shot, Uproar
Trainer: Beach Bum Thomas Poké BallPoké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $416
Shellos-West XY
Shellos
West Sea
WaterLv. 27UnknownNone2311 Speed
Attacks: Water Pulse, Mud Bomb, Rain Dance, Hidden Power
Tentacool XY
Tentacool ×2Water
Poison
Lv. 25UnknownNone358 ×21 Sp. Def
each
Attacks: Water Pulse, Wrap, Acid Spray, Bubble Beam
Seaking-M XY
SeakingWaterLv. 26UnknownNone8802 Atk
Attacks: Flail, Water Pulse, Aqua Ring, Fury Attack
Trainer: Beach Babe Samantha Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $432
Available for rematches — Speed Hotspot
Staryu XY
Staryu ×2WaterLv. 25UnknownNone364 ×21 Speed each
Attacks: Bubble Beam, Swift, Camouflage, Gyro Ball
Starmie XY
StarmieWater
Psychic
Lv. 27UnknownNone10532 Speed
Attacks: Swift, Water Gun, Rapid Spin, Recover
Trainer: Beach Bum Greg Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $432
Seaking-M XY
Seaking ×2WaterLv. 26UnknownNone880 ×22 Atk
each
Attacks: Flail, Water Pulse, Aqua Ring, Fury Attack
Gyarados-M XY
GyaradosWater
Flying
Lv. 27IntimidateNone10932 Atk
Attacks: Thrash, Leer, Twister, Ice Fang
Under the Pier
Trainer: Beach Babe Kaycee Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $432
Available for rematches
Staryu XY
Staryu ×2WaterLv. 25UnknownNone364 ×21 Speed each
Attacks: Bubble Beam, Swift, Camouflage, Gyro Ball
Seaking-F XY
SeakingWaterLv. 26UnknownNone8802 Atk
Attacks: Flail, Water Pulse, Aqua Ring, Fury Attack
There was no change to the above matches between any of the updates. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.

Upon beating all the trainers on the pier, you will be rewarded with the King's Rock. This item is extremely useful, as it adds a 10% chance for your pokemon's attack to cause a flinch when held. Additionally, if you give this item to a Slowpoke or Poliwhirl and then trade them, they will evolve into Slowking and Politoed respectively. Before proceeding, head into the Pokemon Centre in Rosecove City to heal your Pokemon.

Lighthouse

If you go past the beach, you'll see a sort of tunnel with dark grass patches. An Eclipse grunt will be sitting in front of it, and he'll tell you you're not allowed to pass through, but if you battle him he will let you pass. Once you battle him, go through the tunnel, which contains many Pokemon such as Shellos and others. Keep going, until you see a long path or grass with a lighthouse at the end. In front of you, there will be many Eclipse Grunts, as well as an old man and a girl with a green jacket. You'll have to battle all the grunts, and once you've done so, the game will show a conversation between the girl, the old man, and 3 eclipse grunts.

VS Gabe

The eclipse grunts are trying to steal the Blue Orb from the old man, who is actually Rival Tess's grandfather, because it is said to wake up a legendary Pokemon. The grunts take it, and the grandfather tells Tess to get into the lighthouse and escape from them. She argues, but does it, and then you'll be led to a battle with the eclipse grunts, so defeat them one by one. Then, there will be one last one, who will tell you that you've defeated them but there are more to come and Team Eclipse won't give up... 

Image Pokémon Type Level Ability Item EXP EV Yield
Trainer: Eclipse Grunt Jordan Poké BallPoké Ball Reward: $1040
Pancham XY
PanchamFightingLv. 27UnknownNone4051 Atk
Attacks: Comet Punch, Slash, Circle Throw, Vital Throw
Golbat-M XY
GolbatPoison
Flying
Lv. 26Inner FocusNone8852 Speed
Attacks: Wing Attack, Air Cutter, Confuse Ray, Swift
Trainer: Eclipse Grunt McCoy Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $1080
Haunter XY
Haunter ×2Ghost
Poison
Lv. 26LevitateNone791 ×22 Sp. Atk
each
Attacks: Curse, Confuse Ray, Night Shade, Sucker Punch
Mightyena XY
MightyenaDarkLv. 27UnknownNone8502 Atk
Attacks: Odor Sleuth, Roar, Swagger, Assurance
Trainer: Eclipse Grunt Corbin Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $1080
Torkoal XY
TorkoalFireLv. 26UnknownNone9192 Def
Attacks: Smokescreen, Curse, Flame Wheel, Lava Plume
Seviper XY
SeviperPoisonLv. 26Shed SkinNone8911 Atk
1 Sp. Atk
Attacks: Glare, Poison Fang, Night Slash, Venom Drench
Arbok XY
ArbokPoisonLv. 27UnknownNone8852 Atk
Attacks: Acid, Swallow, Stockpile, Spit Up
Trainer: Eclipse Grunt Brunden Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $1120
Anorith XY
AnorithRock
Bug
Lv. 27Battle ArmorNone4101 Atk
Attacks: Smack Down, Ancient Power, Metal Claw, Bug Bite
Lileep XY
LileepRock
Grass
Lv. 27UnknownNone4101 Sp. Def
Attacks: Confuse Ray, Brine, Ancient Power, Giga Drain
Skuntank XY
SkuntankPoison
Dark
Lv. 28UnknownNone10082 HP
Attacks: Acid Spray, Bite, Slash, Toxic
Following trainers must be fought back-to-back!
Trainer: Eclipse Grunt Finley Poké BallPoké Ball Reward: $1040
Gulpin-M XY
GulpinPoisonLv. 26UnknownNone3341 HP
Attacks: Amnesia, Encore, Acid Spray, Toxic
Lombre XY
LombreWater
Grass
Lv. 26UnknownNone6632 Sp. Def
Attacks: Fury Swipes, Fake Out, Water Sport, Bubble Beam
Trainer: Eclipse Grunt Colbert Poké BallPoké Ball Reward: $1040
Scraggy XY
ScraggyDark
Fighting
Lv. 26UnknownNone3901 Atk
Attacks: Swagger, Low Kick, Payback, Brick Break
Nuzleaf-M XY
NuzleafGrass
Dark
Lv. 26UnknownNone6632 Atk
Attacks: Fake Out, Nature Power, Razor Wind, Feint Attack
Trainer: Eclipse Admin Gabe Poké BallPoké BallPoké Ball Reward: $2400
Sneasel-M XY
SneaselDark
Ice
Lv. 28UnknownNone5161 Speed
Attacks: Agility, Metal Claw, Hone Claws, Beat Up
Arbok XY
ArbokPoisonLv. 28UnknownNone9182 Atk
Attacks: Acid, Swallow, Stockpile, Spit Up
Solrock XY
SolrockRock
Psychic
Lv. 30LevitateNone9902 Atk
Attacks: Embargo, Rock Slide, Cosmic Power, Psychic
There was no change to the above matches between any of the updates. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.

"No-one will have it." he says, and then throws the blue orb into the water. Tess's grandfather screams because doing so will awaken the beast, and sure enough, thunder crackles in the sky and rain starts pouring down onto Rosecove City. A huge Pokemon climbs out of the water, and the 3 grunts struggle to catch it with a pokeball, but fail. They say that it will listen to those who summoned him, but instead the Pokemon creates a huge ball of energy and throws it, banishing all of the Team Eclipse members. He then spits up the Blue Orb onto the grass and you can pick it up. Tess's grandfather will thank you, and right at that moment, Rival Jake will appear and Tess will come out of the lighthouse, when her granfather tells her the "bad guys" are gone. Jake starts to have hearts appear out of his eyes, and gazes dreamily at Tess. He asks her if she can follow him and get the gym badge with him, and she agrees. But before he goes, Jake praises you for all you have done against Eclipse. If you go inside the lighthouse and talk to Tess’s grandfather, he’ll tell you to take care of Tess, and will give you a Protector.

Rosecove City

In case you have not entered the "main" part of this city, passing through the arc will lead you into Rosecove City. There is a Gym on the higher level, while the lower level has a few empty stores and a passage leading you to Route 9. Go to the Pokemon Centre and heal your party. Now, go get that badge!

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