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=Route 203=
 
=Route 203=
 
{{Main|Route 203}}
 
{{Main|Route 203}}
 
 
'''Route 203''' is the east of [[Jubilife City]]. It have a few trainers on this map and a many patches of tall grasses. To the east of this map, it is the [[Oreburgh Gate]] where it leads to [[Oreburgh City]].
 
'''Route 203''' is the east of [[Jubilife City]]. It have a few trainers on this map and a many patches of tall grasses. To the east of this map, it is the [[Oreburgh Gate]] where it leads to [[Oreburgh City]].
   
 
==Pokémon Appearances==
 
==Pokémon Appearances==
 
 
The higher the percentage, the higher the chance for the Pokémon to appear.
 
The higher the percentage, the higher the chance for the Pokémon to appear.
   
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==Items==
 
==Items==
 
 
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|style="background-color: #FB9902; color:#000000;"|'''Item'''
 
|style="background-color: #FB9902; color:#000000;"|'''Item'''
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|Beside a pond.
 
|Beside a pond.
 
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==Events==
 
==Events==
 
 
===Rival Battle #1===
 
===Rival Battle #1===
 
 
Your friend will battle with you when you first step onto Route 203. The Pokémon with the highest level he have is 9. So, train your Pokémon till about Level 11 to play safe.
 
Your friend will battle with you when you first step onto Route 203. The Pokémon with the highest level he have is 9. So, train your Pokémon till about Level 11 to play safe.
   
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[[File:Diamond-Pearl Route 203 1.png]]
 
[[File:Diamond-Pearl Route 203 1.png]]
   
After you win the battle, click [[Pokémon_Diamond/Pearl_Walkthrough_(Part 2)#Get HM06 (Rock Smash)|here]] to continue.
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After you win the battle, click [[Pokémon Diamond/Pearl Walkthrough (Part 2)#Get HM06 (Rock Smash)|here]] to continue.
   
 
=Oreburgh Gate=
 
=Oreburgh Gate=
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==Pokémon Appearances==
 
==Pokémon Appearances==
 
 
===1F===
 
===1F===
 
 
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|Ground
 
|Ground
 
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|}
 
   
 
===B1F===
 
===B1F===
 
 
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|Ground
 
|Ground
 
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==Items==
 
==Items==
 
 
{|border="1" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" width="75%"
 
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|B1F
 
|B1F
 
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==Events==
 
==Events==
 
 
===Get HM06 (Rock Smash)===
 
===Get HM06 (Rock Smash)===
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Once you enter the Oreburgh Gate, a hiker inside the cave will give you HM06 (Rock Smash). It is used to smash small rocks such as the rocks found littering in the cave. You can teach it to your Pokémon, but you cannot use it outside battles without the Oreburgh Gym badge (Coal Badge).
Once you enter the Oreburgh Gate, a hiker inside the cave will give you HM06 (Rock Smash). It is use to smash small rocks such as the rocks found littering in the cave. You can teach it to your Pokémon, but you cannot use it outside battles without the Oreburgh Gym badge (Coal Badge).
 
   
 
[[File:Diamond-Pearl Oreburgh Gate 1.png]]
 
[[File:Diamond-Pearl Oreburgh Gate 1.png]]
   
*Click [[Pokémon_Diamond/Pearl_Walkthrough_(Part 2)#Inaccessible Gym|here]] to continue.
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*Click [[Pokémon Diamond/Pearl Walkthrough (Part 2)#Inaccessible Gym|here]] to continue.
   
 
=Oreburgh City=
 
=Oreburgh City=
 
{{Main|Oreburgh City}}
 
{{Main|Oreburgh City}}
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'''Oreburgh City''' is known as the "City of Energy". Buildings here include a [[Pokémon Center]], [[Pokémart]], the [[Gym Leader]], [[Roark]], [[Oreburgh City#Oreburgh Mining Museum|Oreburgh Mining Museum]], and [[Oreburgh Mine]]. At the north, it is [[Route 207]], but is inaccessible without a bike. To the west, it is [[Oreburgh Gate]]. Oreburgh Mine is at the south.
   
'''Oreburgh City''' is known as the "City of Energy". Buildings here include [[Pokemon Center]], [[Pokemart]], the [[Gym Leader]], [[Roark]], [[Oreburgh City#Oreburgh Mining Museum|Oreburgh Mining Museum]], and [[Oreburgh Mine]]. At the north, it is [[Route 207]], but is inaccessible without a bike. To the west, it is [[Oreburgh Gate]]. [[Oreburgh Mine]] is at the south.
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==PokéMart Merchandise==
 
==PokéMart Merchandize==
 
 
 
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!colspan="5" style="background-color:#013220; color:#FFFFFF;"|Right Counter
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|[[Poké Ball#Heal Ball|Heal Ball]]
 
|[[Poké Ball#Heal Ball|Heal Ball]]
 
|300
 
|300
|A remedial Poké Ball that restores the caught Pokémon's HP and eliminates any staus problem.
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|A remedial Poké Ball that restores the caught Pokémon's HP and eliminates any status problem.
 
|-
 
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|[[Poké Ball#Net Ball|Net Ball]]
 
|[[Poké Ball#Net Ball|Net Ball]]
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|A somewhat different Poké Ball that works especially well on Water- and Bug-type Pokémon.
 
|A somewhat different Poké Ball that works especially well on Water- and Bug-type Pokémon.
 
|}
 
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==Events==
 
==Events==
 
 
===Inaccessible Gym===
 
===Inaccessible Gym===
 
 
When you first visit Oreburgh City, a Youngster will talk to you and bring you to a Gym. Your friend is standing at the entrance, apparently he had defeated the Gym Leader. He said that the Gym Leader is not at the gym, he is currently at [[Oreburgh Mine]] mining rocks. Head to Oreburgh Mine to find him.
 
When you first visit Oreburgh City, a Youngster will talk to you and bring you to a Gym. Your friend is standing at the entrance, apparently he had defeated the Gym Leader. He said that the Gym Leader is not at the gym, he is currently at [[Oreburgh Mine]] mining rocks. Head to Oreburgh Mine to find him.
   
 
[[File:Diamond-Pearl Oreburgh City 1.png]]
 
[[File:Diamond-Pearl Oreburgh City 1.png]]
   
*Click [[Pokémon_Diamond/Pearl_Walkthrough_(Part 2)#Meeting Roark|here]] to continue.
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*Click [[Pokémon Diamond/Pearl Walkthrough (Part 2)#Meeting Roark|here]] to continue.
   
 
===Trading for a Machop===
 
===Trading for a Machop===
 
 
A girl in a house wanted a [[Machop]] and willing to trade her [[Abra]] for it.
 
A girl in a house wanted a [[Machop]] and willing to trade her [[Abra]] for it.
   
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===Oreburgh Mining Museum===
 
===Oreburgh Mining Museum===
 
 
This is the place where you can extract Pokémon from fossils. Talk to the impatient man at the counter to extract the fossils. He can extract fossils later when you complete more of your adventure.
 
This is the place where you can extract Pokémon from fossils. Talk to the impatient man at the counter to extract the fossils. He can extract fossils later when you complete more of your adventure.
   
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===Get Free Goodies===
 
===Get Free Goodies===
 
 
[[File:Diamond-Pearl Oreburgh City 3.png]]
 
[[File:Diamond-Pearl Oreburgh City 3.png]]
 
 
Tour the town and get free items! Talk to the worker near the mine to receive a free [[Super Potion]]. Then go to the house at the east to get [[Poké Ball#Great Ball|Great Ball]]. Go to the house at the extreme left (near Oreburgh Gate) to get [[Poké Ball#Dusk Ball|Dusk Ball]].
 
Tour the town and get free items! Talk to the worker near the mine to receive a free [[Super Potion]]. Then go to the house at the east to get [[Poké Ball#Great Ball|Great Ball]]. Go to the house at the extreme left (near Oreburgh Gate) to get [[Poké Ball#Dusk Ball|Dusk Ball]].
   
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===To Eterna City!===
 
===To Eterna City!===
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You can access [[Eterna City]] directly at [[Route 207]]. But it is inaccessible without a bike. So you have to go back to [[Jubilife City]] and head north to make a detour to Eterna City. You will get bumped by your friend when you are heading to the Oreburgh Mine, he will explain for you and then run off to Eterna City.
You can access Eterna City directly at [[Route 207]]. But it is inaccessible without a bike. So you have to go back to [[Jubilife City]] and head north to make a detour to [[Eterna City]]. You will get bumped by your friend when you are heading to the Oreburgh Mine, he will explain for you and then run off to Eterna City.
 
   
 
[[File:Diamond-Pearl Oreburgh City 9.png]]
 
[[File:Diamond-Pearl Oreburgh City 9.png]]
   
*Click [[Pokémon_Diamond/Pearl_Walkthrough_(Part 1)#First Encounter with the Team Galactic Grunts|here]] to continue.
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*Click [[Pokémon Diamond/Pearl Walkthrough (Part 1)#First Encounter with the Team Galactic Grunts|here]] to continue.
   
 
==Oreburgh Pokémon Gym==
 
==Oreburgh Pokémon Gym==
 
 
This is the first gym you come across in the whole Sinnoh region. You have to find [[Roark]] from the [[Oreburgh Mine]] because he is not there the first time you visit the city. He uses Rock-type Pokémon. The road towards the Gym Leader is straightforward. You can avoid the trainers there and battle the Gym Leader directly. However, you are encouraged to battle the trainers to earn experience points and cash, so that you are ready to battle with the Gym Leader.
 
This is the first gym you come across in the whole Sinnoh region. You have to find [[Roark]] from the [[Oreburgh Mine]] because he is not there the first time you visit the city. He uses Rock-type Pokémon. The road towards the Gym Leader is straightforward. You can avoid the trainers there and battle the Gym Leader directly. However, you are encouraged to battle the trainers to earn experience points and cash, so that you are ready to battle with the Gym Leader.
   
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===Gym Leader Roark===
 
===Gym Leader Roark===
 
 
It is recommended that you use a Grass-type or Water-type Pokémon to exploit Roark's Pokémon weakness. If you choose Chimchar at the beginning, it will be difficult to battle, so you have to catch a Pokémon that can take on his Rock-type Pokémon.
 
It is recommended that you use a Grass-type or Water-type Pokémon to exploit Roark's Pokémon weakness. If you choose Chimchar at the beginning, it will be difficult to battle, so you have to catch a Pokémon that can take on his Rock-type Pokémon.
   
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|[[Geodude]] ♂
 
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'''Money: 1680'''
 
'''Money: 1680'''
   
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[[File:Diamond-Pearl Oreburgh City 6.png]]
 
[[File:Diamond-Pearl Oreburgh City 6.png]]
   
*After you defeat Roark, click [[Pokémon_Diamond/Pearl_Walkthrough_(Part 2)#To Eterna City!|here]] to continue.
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*After you defeat Roark, click [[Pokémon Diamond/Pearl Walkthrough (Part 2)#To Eterna City!|here]] to continue.
   
 
=Oreburgh Mine=
 
=Oreburgh Mine=
 
{{Main|Oreburgh Mine}}
 
{{Main|Oreburgh Mine}}
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'''Oreburgh Mine''' is located at the south of [[Oreburgh City]]. There is a huge coal in the mine and you have find Roark here in order to battle him in the Gym. There are Pokémon in this mine, as well as Trainers if you talk to them.
'''Oreburgh Mine''' is located at the south of [[Oreburgh City]]. There is a huge coal in the mine and you have find Roark here in order to battle him in the Gym. There are Pokémons in this mine, as well as Trainers if you talk to them.
 
   
 
==Pokémon Appearances==
 
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|10%
 
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==Items==
 
==Items==
 
 
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|B1F, left
 
|B1F, left
 
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==Events==
 
==Events==
 
 
===Meeting Roark===
 
===Meeting Roark===
 
 
Gym Leader Roark is found at the extreme south of Oreburgh Mine. If you talk to him, he will show you how to use [[Rock Smash]]. Afterwards, he will claim that he is the Gym Leader and went back to his Gym. Now head outside the mine towards the Gym and challenge the Gym Leader.
 
Gym Leader Roark is found at the extreme south of Oreburgh Mine. If you talk to him, he will show you how to use [[Rock Smash]]. Afterwards, he will claim that he is the Gym Leader and went back to his Gym. Now head outside the mine towards the Gym and challenge the Gym Leader.
   
 
[[File:Diamond-Pearl Oreburgh Mine 1.png]]
 
[[File:Diamond-Pearl Oreburgh Mine 1.png]]
   
*Click [[Pokémon_Diamond/Pearl_Walkthrough_(Part 2)#Oreburgh Pokémon Gym|here]] to view the Pokémon Gym to continue.
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*Click [[Pokémon Diamond/Pearl Walkthrough (Part 2)#Oreburgh Pokémon Gym|here]] to view the Pokémon Gym to continue.
   
 
=Route 204=
 
=Route 204=
 
{{Main|Route 204}}
 
{{Main|Route 204}}
 
 
'''Route 204''' is located at the north of [[Jubilife City]] and south of [[Floaroma Town]]. At the middle, it is a cave, [[Ravaged Path]]. To access the top part of this Route, you must receive a badge from Oreburgh City to be able to use [[Rock Smash]] in the Ravaged Path.
 
'''Route 204''' is located at the north of [[Jubilife City]] and south of [[Floaroma Town]]. At the middle, it is a cave, [[Ravaged Path]]. To access the top part of this Route, you must receive a badge from Oreburgh City to be able to use [[Rock Smash]] in the Ravaged Path.
   
 
==Pokémon Appearances==
 
==Pokémon Appearances==
 
 
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==Items==
 
==Items==
 
 
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===The Ravaged Path===
 
===The Ravaged Path===
 
 
There is a cave at this route, and you cannot access the top part of the route without [[Rock Smash]]. If you got yourself a badge from [[Oreburgh City]] and have a Pokémon learn it, you can access it.
 
There is a cave at this route, and you cannot access the top part of the route without [[Rock Smash]]. If you got yourself a badge from [[Oreburgh City]] and have a Pokémon learn it, you can access it.
   
*Click [[Pokémon_Diamond/Pearl_Walkthrough_(Part_2)#Smash-able Rocks|here]] to continue to [[Ravaged Path]].
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*Click [[Pokémon Diamond/Pearl Walkthrough (Part 2)#Smash-able Rocks|here]] to continue to [[Ravaged Path]].
   
 
===Battle the Twins===
 
===Battle the Twins===
 
 
Unlike the previous games ''Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald/FireRed/LeafGreen'', if you are caught by one of the twins' (or couples) eye, '''both''' of them will move towards you. This will be your first 2 on 2 battles using two of your Pokémon. If you only have one Pokémon, you cannot battle them.
 
Unlike the previous games ''Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald/FireRed/LeafGreen'', if you are caught by one of the twins' (or couples) eye, '''both''' of them will move towards you. This will be your first 2 on 2 battles using two of your Pokémon. If you only have one Pokémon, you cannot battle them.
   
 
[[File:Diamond-Pearl Route 204 1.png]]
 
[[File:Diamond-Pearl Route 204 1.png]]
   
*Click [[Pokémon_Diamond/Pearl_Walkthrough_(Part_2)#Team Galactics at Floaroma Meadow|here]] to continue to [[Floaroma Town]].
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*Click [[Pokémon Diamond/Pearl Walkthrough (Part 2)#Team Galactics at Floaroma Meadow|here]] to continue to [[Floaroma Town]].
   
 
=Ravaged Path=
 
=Ravaged Path=
 
{{Main|Ravaged Path}}
 
{{Main|Ravaged Path}}
 
 
'''Ravaged Path''' is a cave at the middle of [[Route 204]]. It is a small cave that is inaccessible without a HM06 [[Rock Smash]]. It contains many small rocks and some items.
 
'''Ravaged Path''' is a cave at the middle of [[Route 204]]. It is a small cave that is inaccessible without a HM06 [[Rock Smash]]. It contains many small rocks and some items.
   
 
==Pokémon Appearances==
 
==Pokémon Appearances==
 
 
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==Items==
 
==Items==
 
 
{|border="1" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" width="75%"
 
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|style="background-color: #orange; color:#black;"|'''Item'''
 
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==Events==
 
==Events==
 
 
===Smash-able Rocks===
 
===Smash-able Rocks===
 
 
You cannot access to the second exit of the cave without a HM06 ([[Rock Smash]]). After you have earn yourself a badge from the [[Oreburgh City#Oreburgh Pokémon Gym|Oreburgh Gym]], come back here and use it to smash the rocks blocking the exit.
 
You cannot access to the second exit of the cave without a HM06 ([[Rock Smash]]). After you have earn yourself a badge from the [[Oreburgh City#Oreburgh Pokémon Gym|Oreburgh Gym]], come back here and use it to smash the rocks blocking the exit.
   
*Click [[Pokémon_Diamond/Pearl_Walkthrough_(Part 2)#Battle the Twins|here]] to continue after you exit the north entrance of the cave.
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*Click [[Pokémon Diamond/Pearl Walkthrough (Part 2)#Battle the Twins|here]] to continue after you exit the north entrance of the cave.
   
 
=Floaroma Town=
 
=Floaroma Town=
 
{{Main|Floaroma Town}}
 
{{Main|Floaroma Town}}
 
 
'''Floaroma Town''' is a town found in western [[Sinnoh]] that is filled with flowers. This town does not have a [[gym]], but has a [[Pokémon Center]], the [[Floaroma Town#Pick a Peck of Colors Flower Shop|Pick a Peck of Colors Flower Shop]] and a [[Pokémart]].
 
'''Floaroma Town''' is a town found in western [[Sinnoh]] that is filled with flowers. This town does not have a [[gym]], but has a [[Pokémon Center]], the [[Floaroma Town#Pick a Peck of Colors Flower Shop|Pick a Peck of Colors Flower Shop]] and a [[Pokémart]].
   
The town itself is quite small, containing only two houses, a [[Pokemon Center]], a [[Pokemart]] and the [[Pick a Peck of Colors Flower Shop]]. It also has a back field, the [[Floaroma Meadow]], where there is a honey tree. It is the only honey tree in [[Sinnoh]] where you can find the Pokémon [[Munchlax]]. There is also a house in this back field that belongs to the man that you can buy honey for 100 Poké.
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The town itself is quite small, containing only two houses, a Pokémon Center, a Pokémart and the [[Pick a Peck of Colors Flower Shop]]. It also has a back field, the [[Floaroma Meadow]], where there is a honey tree. It is the only honey tree in Sinnoh where you can find the Pokémon [[Munchlax]]. There is also a house in this back field that belongs to the man that you can buy honey for 100 Poké.
   
 
The routes that join onto Floaroma Town are Route 204 at the south (and the Ravaged Path) and Route 205 at the east.
 
The routes that join onto Floaroma Town are Route 204 at the south (and the Ravaged Path) and Route 205 at the east.
   
==PokéMart Merchandize==
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==PokéMart Merchandise==
 
 
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|[[Poké Ball#Heal Ball|Heal Ball]]
 
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|A remedial Poké Ball that restores the caught Pokémon's HP and eliminates any status problem.
 
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|[[Poké Ball#Net Ball|Net Ball]]
 
|[[Poké Ball#Net Ball|Net Ball]]
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==Pick a Peck of Colors Flower Shop==
 
==Pick a Peck of Colors Flower Shop==
 
 
It is a shop that can only be found at Floaroma Town. This shops allows you to trade berries for accessories that can be used in a contest. The trade list is shown below.
 
It is a shop that can only be found at Floaroma Town. This shops allows you to trade berries for accessories that can be used in a contest. The trade list is shown below.
   
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==Events==
 
==Events==
 
 
===Visit the Flower Shop===
 
===Visit the Flower Shop===
 
 
There is a Flower Shop in this town. Outside the shop, there are two berries planted. Pick them up as they are very useful. Go inside and talk the girl at the most left. She will give you a [[Sprayduck]], a watering can shaped like a [[Psyduck]]. You can use it to water the berries you have grown in the soil. Then talk to the girl at the right. She will give you one berry everyday, so if you want to get berries, get from her. At the counter, a woman there is trading for berries for accessories. If you want to accessories to decorate your Pokémon, ask her and trade for the required amount of berries. Refer the list above for more details.
 
There is a Flower Shop in this town. Outside the shop, there are two berries planted. Pick them up as they are very useful. Go inside and talk the girl at the most left. She will give you a [[Sprayduck]], a watering can shaped like a [[Psyduck]]. You can use it to water the berries you have grown in the soil. Then talk to the girl at the right. She will give you one berry everyday, so if you want to get berries, get from her. At the counter, a woman there is trading for berries for accessories. If you want to accessories to decorate your Pokémon, ask her and trade for the required amount of berries. Refer the list above for more details.
   
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===Get TM88 Pluck===
 
===Get TM88 Pluck===
 
 
A girl in the house at southwest will give you TM88 [[Pluck]]. This move allows your Pokémon to steal the wild Pokémon's held item.
 
A girl in the house at southwest will give you TM88 [[Pluck]]. This move allows your Pokémon to steal the wild Pokémon's held item.
   
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===Team Galactics at Floaroma Meadow===
 
===Team Galactics at Floaroma Meadow===
 
 
You will see two Galactic Grunts at the entrance of the [[Floaroma Meadow]] when you first visit this city. You cannot enter the Floaroma Meadow. You have to go to the [[Valley Windworks]] to deal with the Galactics there and come back here when you have done.
 
You will see two Galactic Grunts at the entrance of the [[Floaroma Meadow]] when you first visit this city. You cannot enter the Floaroma Meadow. You have to go to the [[Valley Windworks]] to deal with the Galactics there and come back here when you have done.
   
 
[[File:Diamond-Pearl Floaroma Town 2.png]]
 
[[File:Diamond-Pearl Floaroma Town 2.png]]
   
*Click [[Pokémon_Diamond/Pearl_Walkthrough_(Part 3)#Galactic Trouble|here]] to continue.
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*Click [[Pokémon Diamond/Pearl Walkthrough (Part 3)#Galactic Trouble|here]] to continue.
 
[[Category:Pokémon Diamond/Pearl Walkthroughs]]
 
[[Category:Pokémon Diamond/Pearl Walkthroughs]]
[[Category:Walkthroughs]]
 

Latest revision as of 04:08, July 13, 2014

This is part of the Pokémon Diamond/Pearl Walkthrough, with the following locations: Oreburgh City, Floaroma Town, Oreburgh Gate, Oreburgh Mine, Ravaged Path, Route 203 and Route 204.

  • Click here for Part 1.
  • Click here for Part 3.

Route 203Edit

Main article: Route 203

Route 203 is the east of Jubilife City. It have a few trainers on this map and a many patches of tall grasses. To the east of this map, it is the Oreburgh Gate where it leads to Oreburgh City.

Pokémon AppearancesEdit

The higher the percentage, the higher the chance for the Pokémon to appear.

Pokémon Diamond
Pokémon Morning Day Night Method
Starly 35% 45% 25% Grass
Bidoof 15% 15% 15% Grass
Shinx 25% 25% 25% Grass
Kricketot 10% 0% 10% Grass
Abra 15% 15% 15% Grass
Zubat - - 10% Grass
Cubone 40% 40% 40% Swarm
Ralts 20% 20% 20% Pokémon Radar
Kirlia 2% 2% 2% Pokémon Radar
Seedot 8% 8% 8% Pokémon Ruby inserted
Lotad 8% 8% 8% Pokémon Sapphire inserted
Pineco 8% 8% 8% Pokémon Emerald inserted
Magikarp 100% 100% 100% Old Rod
Goldeen 35% 35% 35% Good Rod
Magikarp 65% 65% 65% Good Rod
Gyarados 65% 65% 65% Super Rod
Seaking 35% 35% 35% Super Rod
Psyduck 10% 10% 10% Surf
Golduck 10% 10% 10% Surf
Pokémon Pearl
Pokémon Morning Day Night Method
Starly 35% 45% 25% Grass
Bidoof 15% 15% 15% Grass
Shinx 25% 25% 25% Grass
Kricketot 10% 0% 10% Grass
Abra 15% 15% 15% Grass
Zubat - - 10% Grass
Cubone 40% 40% 40% Swarm
Ralts 20% 20% 20% Pokémon Radar
Kirlia 2% 2% 2% Pokémon Radar
Seedot 8% 8% 8% Pokémon Ruby inserted
Lotad 8% 8% 8% Pokémon Sapphire inserted
Pineco 8% 8% 8% Pokémon Emerald inserted
Magikarp 100% 100% 100% Old Rod
Goldeen 35% 35% 35% Good Rod
Magikarp 65% 65% 65% Good Rod
Gyarados 65% 65% 65% Super Rod
Seaking 35% 35% 35% Super Rod
Psyduck 10% 10% 10% Surf
Golduck 10% 10% 10% Surf


ItemsEdit

Item Amount Location
Poké Ball 1 Grass patch at west
Repel 1 Beside a pond.

EventsEdit

Rival Battle #1Edit

Your friend will battle with you when you first step onto Route 203. The Pokémon with the highest level he have is 9. So, train your Pokémon till about Level 11 to play safe.

Rival's Pokémon
Starly(P)SpriteMale Turtwig(P)Sprite/Chimchar(P)Sprite/Piplup(P)Sprite 
StarlyTurtwig/Chimchar/Piplup
Lv. 7 Lv. 9
Normal Grass/Fire/Water
Flying -
Money: -

His starter Pokémon is either Grass-Type Turtwig, Fire-Type Chimchar or Water-type Piplup, depending on your choice of your starter Pokémon.

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After you win the battle, click here to continue.

Oreburgh GateEdit

Main article: Oreburgh Gate


Oreburgh Gate is the entrance to Oreburgh City from Route 203. The north of this cave is inaccessible unless you have the Oreburgh Gym badge to use HM06 Rock Smash.

Pokémon AppearancesEdit

1FEdit

Pokémon Diamond/Pearl
Pokémon Morning Day Night Method
Zubat 20% 20% 20% Ground
Geodude 80% 80% 80% Ground

B1FEdit

Pokémon Diamond/Pearl
Pokémon Morning Day Night Method
Zubat 60% 60% 60% Ground
Psyduck 10% 10% 10% Ground
Geodude 30% 30% 30% Ground

ItemsEdit

Item Amount Location
Stardust 1 B1F
TM70 Flash 1 B1F

EventsEdit

Get HM06 (Rock Smash)Edit

Once you enter the Oreburgh Gate, a hiker inside the cave will give you HM06 (Rock Smash). It is used to smash small rocks such as the rocks found littering in the cave. You can teach it to your Pokémon, but you cannot use it outside battles without the Oreburgh Gym badge (Coal Badge).

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Oreburgh CityEdit

Main article: Oreburgh City

Oreburgh City is known as the "City of Energy". Buildings here include a Pokémon Center, Pokémart, the Gym Leader, Roark, Oreburgh Mining Museum, and Oreburgh Mine. At the north, it is Route 207, but is inaccessible without a bike. To the west, it is Oreburgh Gate. Oreburgh Mine is at the south.

PokéMart MerchandiseEdit

Right Counter
Item Price Descriptions
Poké Ball 200 A tool to catch Pokémon.
Potion 300 Restores HP of Pokémon by 20 points.
Antidote 100 Heals a poisoned Pokémon.
Parlyz Heal 200 Heals a paralyzed Pokémon.
Left Counter
Item Price Descriptions
Tunnel Mail 50 Stationery featuring a print of a dimly lit coal mine. Let a Pokémon hold it for delivery.
Heal Ball 300 A remedial Poké Ball that restores the caught Pokémon's HP and eliminates any status problem.
Net Ball 1000 A somewhat different Poké Ball that works especially well on Water- and Bug-type Pokémon.

EventsEdit

Inaccessible GymEdit

When you first visit Oreburgh City, a Youngster will talk to you and bring you to a Gym. Your friend is standing at the entrance, apparently he had defeated the Gym Leader. He said that the Gym Leader is not at the gym, he is currently at Oreburgh Mine mining rocks. Head to Oreburgh Mine to find him.

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Trading for a MachopEdit

A girl in a house wanted a Machop and willing to trade her Abra for it.

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Oreburgh Mining MuseumEdit

This is the place where you can extract Pokémon from fossils. Talk to the impatient man at the counter to extract the fossils. He can extract fossils later when you complete more of your adventure.

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Get Free GoodiesEdit

Diamond-Pearl Oreburgh City 3 Tour the town and get free items! Talk to the worker near the mine to receive a free Super Potion. Then go to the house at the east to get Great Ball. Go to the house at the extreme left (near Oreburgh Gate) to get Dusk Ball.

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If you have a Zubat in your party, visit the second house next to Oreburgh Gate and show it to the plump man at the second floor. He will give you a Heal Ball.

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To Eterna City!Edit

You can access Eterna City directly at Route 207. But it is inaccessible without a bike. So you have to go back to Jubilife City and head north to make a detour to Eterna City. You will get bumped by your friend when you are heading to the Oreburgh Mine, he will explain for you and then run off to Eterna City.

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Oreburgh Pokémon GymEdit

This is the first gym you come across in the whole Sinnoh region. You have to find Roark from the Oreburgh Mine because he is not there the first time you visit the city. He uses Rock-type Pokémon. The road towards the Gym Leader is straightforward. You can avoid the trainers there and battle the Gym Leader directly. However, you are encouraged to battle the trainers to earn experience points and cash, so that you are ready to battle with the Gym Leader.

Click here to see the information of the Trainers and their Pokémon in the gym.

Gym Leader RoarkEdit

It is recommended that you use a Grass-type or Water-type Pokémon to exploit Roark's Pokémon weakness. If you choose Chimchar at the beginning, it will be difficult to battle, so you have to catch a Pokémon that can take on his Rock-type Pokémon.

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Pokémon Diamond/Pearl/Platinum
Pt 074 front Pt 095 front CranidosSprite
GeodudeOnixCranidos
Lv. 12 Lv. 12 Lv. 14
Rock Rock Rock
Ground Ground -

Money: 1680

After you have battled Roark, you will receive a Coal Badge. This badge allows you to use HM06 Rock Smash outside battles. He also gives you TM76 Stealth Rock.

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  • After you defeat Roark, click here to continue.

Oreburgh MineEdit

Main article: Oreburgh Mine

Oreburgh Mine is located at the south of Oreburgh City. There is a huge coal in the mine and you have find Roark here in order to battle him in the Gym. There are Pokémon in this mine, as well as Trainers if you talk to them.

Pokémon AppearancesEdit

Pokémon Diamond/Pearl
Pokémon Rate Method
Zubat 20% Ground
Geodude 70% Ground
Onix 10%

ItemsEdit

Item Amount Location
X Defend 1 1F
Potion 1 B1F, right
Escape Rope 1 B1F, left

EventsEdit

Meeting RoarkEdit

Gym Leader Roark is found at the extreme south of Oreburgh Mine. If you talk to him, he will show you how to use Rock Smash. Afterwards, he will claim that he is the Gym Leader and went back to his Gym. Now head outside the mine towards the Gym and challenge the Gym Leader.

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Route 204Edit

Main article: Route 204

Route 204 is located at the north of Jubilife City and south of Floaroma Town. At the middle, it is a cave, Ravaged Path. To access the top part of this Route, you must receive a badge from Oreburgh City to be able to use Rock Smash in the Ravaged Path.

Pokémon AppearancesEdit

Pokémon Diamond/Pearl
Pokémon Morning Day Night Method
Starly 25% 35% 25% Grass
Bidoof 25% 25% 25% Grass
Shinx 15% 15% 15% Grass
Kricketot 10% - 10% Grass
Budew 25% 25% 15% Grass
Zubat - - 10% Grass
Ralts 20% 20% 20% Pokémon Radar
Kirlia 2% 2% 2% Pokémon Radar
Caterpie 8% 8% 8% Pokémon FireRed inserted
Weedle 8% 8% 8% Pokémon LeafGreen inserted
Seedot 8% 8% 8% Pokémon Ruby inserted
Lotad 8% 8% 8% Pokémon Sapphire inserted
Pineco 8% 8% 8% Pokémon Emerald inserted
Magikarp 100% 100% 100% Old Rod
Goldeen 35% 35% 35% Good Rod
Magikarp 65% 65% 65% Good Rod
Gyarados 65% 65% 65% Super Rod
Seaking 35% 35% 35% Super Rod
Psyduck 90% 90% 90% Surf
Golduck 10% 10% 10% Surf

ItemsEdit

Item Amount Location
Parlyz Heal 1 Beside the pond at far south
Awakening 1 Outside the top entrance of Ravaged Path.
TM09 Bullet Seed 1 Behind the fence at north.

The Ravaged PathEdit

There is a cave at this route, and you cannot access the top part of the route without Rock Smash. If you got yourself a badge from Oreburgh City and have a Pokémon learn it, you can access it.

Battle the TwinsEdit

Unlike the previous games Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald/FireRed/LeafGreen, if you are caught by one of the twins' (or couples) eye, both of them will move towards you. This will be your first 2 on 2 battles using two of your Pokémon. If you only have one Pokémon, you cannot battle them.

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Ravaged PathEdit

Main article: Ravaged Path

Ravaged Path is a cave at the middle of Route 204. It is a small cave that is inaccessible without a HM06 Rock Smash. It contains many small rocks and some items.

Pokémon AppearancesEdit

Pokémon Diamond/Pearl
Pokémon Morning Day Night Method
Psyduck 2% 2% 2% Ground
Geodude 20% 20% 20% Ground
Zubat 78% 78% 78% Ground
Magikarp 100% 100% 100% Old Rod
Barboach 35% 35% 35% Good Rod
Magikarp 65% 65% 65% Good Rod
Gyarados 65% 65% 65% Super Rod
Whiscash 35% 35% 35% Super Rod
Psyduck 60% 60% 60% Surf
Golduck 5% 5% 5% Surf
Zubat 30% 30% 30% Surf
Golbat 5% 5% 5% Surf

ItemsEdit

Item Amount Location
Antidote 1 Near the rock blocking the second exit.
TM39 Rock Tomb 1 Near the water, surrounded by rocks.
Luck Incense 1 Cross the water.

EventsEdit

Smash-able RocksEdit

You cannot access to the second exit of the cave without a HM06 (Rock Smash). After you have earn yourself a badge from the Oreburgh Gym, come back here and use it to smash the rocks blocking the exit.

  • Click here to continue after you exit the north entrance of the cave.

Floaroma TownEdit

Main article: Floaroma Town

Floaroma Town is a town found in western Sinnoh that is filled with flowers. This town does not have a gym, but has a Pokémon Center, the Pick a Peck of Colors Flower Shop and a Pokémart.

The town itself is quite small, containing only two houses, a Pokémon Center, a Pokémart and the Pick a Peck of Colors Flower Shop. It also has a back field, the Floaroma Meadow, where there is a honey tree. It is the only honey tree in Sinnoh where you can find the Pokémon Munchlax. There is also a house in this back field that belongs to the man that you can buy honey for 100 Poké.

The routes that join onto Floaroma Town are Route 204 at the south (and the Ravaged Path) and Route 205 at the east.

PokéMart MerchandiseEdit

Right Counter
Item Price Descriptions
Poké Ball 200 A tool to catch Pokémon.
Potion 300 Restores HP of Pokémon by 20 points.
Super Potion 700 Restores HP of Pokémon by 50 points.
Antidote 100 Heals a poisoned Pokémon.
Parlyz Heal 200 Heals a paralyzed Pokémon.
Awakening 250 Awakes a sleeping Pokémon.
Burn Heal 250 Remove the Burned status from the Pokémon.
Ice Heal 250 Defrosts a frozen Pokémon.
Escape Rope 550 Use it to escape from dungeons or caves.
Repel 350 Prevents weak Pokémon from appearing for 100 steps.
Left Counter
Item Price Descriptions
Bloom Mail 50 Stationery featuring a print of pretty floral patterns. Let a Pokémon hold it for delivery.
Heal Ball 300 A remedial Poké Ball that restores the caught Pokémon's HP and eliminates any status problem.
Net Ball 1000 A somewhat different Poké Ball that works especially well on Water- and Bug-type Pokémon.

Pick a Peck of Colors Flower ShopEdit

It is a shop that can only be found at Floaroma Town. This shops allows you to trade berries for accessories that can be used in a contest. The trade list is shown below.

Pokémon Diamond/Pearl
Items Berries Items Berries
Red Flower 10 Razz Berry Colored Parasol 50 Magost Berry
Pink Flower 10 Bluk Berry Old Umbrella 50 Pamtre Berry
White Flower 10 Nanab Berry Spotlight 80 Nomel Berry
Blue Flower 30 Cornn Berry Cape 250 Cornn Berry
Orange Flower 15 Magost Berry Standing Mike 80 Bluk Berry
Yellow Flower 15 Rabuta Berry Surfboard 180 Wepear Berry
Googly Specs 20 Nomel Berry Carpet 100 Spelon Berry
Black Specs 20 Wepear Berry Retro Pipe 120 Pamtre Berry
Gorgeous Specs 40 Pinap Berry Fluffy Bed 150 Watmel Berry
Sweet Candy 30 Nanab Berry Mirror Ball 250 Durin Berry
Confetti 30 Razz Berry Photo Board 200 Belue Berry

EventsEdit

Visit the Flower ShopEdit

There is a Flower Shop in this town. Outside the shop, there are two berries planted. Pick them up as they are very useful. Go inside and talk the girl at the most left. She will give you a Sprayduck, a watering can shaped like a Psyduck. You can use it to water the berries you have grown in the soil. Then talk to the girl at the right. She will give you one berry everyday, so if you want to get berries, get from her. At the counter, a woman there is trading for berries for accessories. If you want to accessories to decorate your Pokémon, ask her and trade for the required amount of berries. Refer the list above for more details.

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Get TM88 PluckEdit

A girl in the house at southwest will give you TM88 Pluck. This move allows your Pokémon to steal the wild Pokémon's held item.

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Team Galactics at Floaroma MeadowEdit

You will see two Galactic Grunts at the entrance of the Floaroma Meadow when you first visit this city. You cannot enter the Floaroma Meadow. You have to go to the Valley Windworks to deal with the Galactics there and come back here when you have done.

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