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The {{nihongo|'''Sinnoh Underground'''|ちかつうろ|Chikatsu Uro|literally meaning; "Underground Passage"}} is a underground area introduced in the [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|Pokémon Diamond Version, Pokémon Pearl Version]] and [[Pokémon Platinum|Pokémon Platinum Version]]. It contains to be a underground area of the Sinnoh region which the player need the [[Explorer Kit]] which you can get it from the Underground Man in [[Eterna City]] to gain access to the underground. The underground of the Sinnoh region has a lot of fun of discovering items that can't not easily found in the Sinnoh region which exploring in the underground can be compared of being a archaeologist searching for hidden treasures. Luckily, you have to move more with the touch screen instead of pressing the button on the [[Nintendo DS]] system. You can create a hidden base and decorate your hideout with different kinds of decorations you obtain.
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The {{nihongo|Sinnoh Underground|ちかつうろ|Chikatsu Uro|literally meaning; "Underground Passage"}} is an underground area introduced in the [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|Pokémon Diamond Version, Pokémon Pearl Version]] and [[Pokémon Platinum|Pokémon Platinum Version]]. It is an underground area of the Sinnoh region that the player can access using the [[Explorer Kit]] which you can get from the [[Underground Man]] in [[Eterna City]]. The underground of the Sinnoh region has a lot of fun ways for discovering items that are not easily found in the Sinnoh region. Exploring in the underground can be compared to that of being an archaeologist searching for hidden treasures. You can create a hidden base and decorate it with the various decorations that you might obtain.
   
 
== Basics ==
 
== Basics ==
[[Image:Underground-merchant-locations.png|thumb|left|The locations of the treasures.]]
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[[File:Underground-merchant-locations.png|thumb|left|The locations of the treasures.]]
Once entering the Sinnoh underground you can use the buttons to move anywhere around the place. On the top screen of the DS, there will be shining stars seen which gives away a hint that there is a treasure hidden. The player must go to the location where you can tap with your stylus pen once or maybe twice to act like a radar which sees the hidden treasures where you must dig to get them. There are also treasures hidden under the ground but not only that, there are also traps hidden in the underground where you must be careful. Furthermore, there are a lot of sphere's hidden in the underground which the player can trade them for traps or decorations.{{-}}
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Upon entering the Sinnoh underground the top screen of the DS will change to a map of the area. Shining stars that appear on the map give away a hint as to where there is a hidden treasure. The player can go to the location where they can tap with their stylus pen to act like a radar which sees the hidden treasures and where you must dig to get them. There are also traps hidden in the underground so one must be careful. Furthermore, there are sphere's hidden in the underground which the player can trade for traps or decorations.{{-}}
   
 
=== Test of the Underground Man ===
 
=== Test of the Underground Man ===
Once you've obtained the Explorer Kit, the Underground Man directly asks you to do a test which you can agree on it or not. If you agree to his tests that he gives you what you must do for him in the Sinnoh Underground and complete one of them, he will give you a reward. The Underground give you these tests and items:
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Once you've obtained the Explorer Kit, the Underground Man asks you to do a test which you can choose whether or not to do. If you agree to his tests that he gives you then you must go into the Sinnoh Underground and complete one of them. Upon completion of one of the tests he will give you a reward. The Underground give you these tests and corresponding rewards:
   
 
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== Activities ==
 
== Activities ==
=== Digging ===
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=== Fossil Dig ===
[[Image:digg.jpg|thumb|Digging treasures.]]
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[[File:digg.jpg|thumb|Digging treasures.]]
Digging is the main activity of the entire expedition to the underground. You can find various of valuable items that are not easy or not evenly to be found in the Sinnoh region when you get away from the underground. To get to the treasure, you will see on the upper screen shiny yellow starts that contains to be the treasure either hidden in a wall or hidden under the ground. When you come close to a shiny star which you've seen on the top screen, touch which your stylus on the touch screen to see the shiny star that is also shown on the top screen because once you touch with the stylus to the touch screen it will react as a radar. Go close and click on the "A" button and the digging will begin. On the right side of your touch screen you will see two buttons either coloured in Red or in Blue. The Red one stands for a <span style="color:red;">Hammer</span> and the blue one stands for a <span style="color:blue;">pickaxe</span>.
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Fossil Dig is one of the main activities in the Sinnoh Underground. You can find various valuable items while searching for fossils. Those items cannot be easily found around the Sinnoh Region while you're not in the Sinnoh Underground. You have two tools to dig out items out of the walls, a <span style="color:red;">Hammer</span> and a <span style="color:blue;">pickaxe</span>. Those two items have different level of power which can affect the stability of the wall and even cause it to crumble. If you are using the hammer it can let you dig large areas very quickly, but it clefts the wall quickly. The pickaxe can let you work on small areas very carefully and it only increases the cleft in the wall a bit with each hit. The cleft meter will let you know how big the cleft is. Once the meter is at the left end of the screen, the wall start to collapse.
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==== Items during Fossil Digging ====
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You can find valuable items that cannot be found around the Sinnoh Region that easily. There are six kinds of items that can be found while digging in the underground: Spheres, [[Shards]], [[Fossils]], [[Evolution|Evolution Items]], Battle Items and [[Heart Scale|Heart Scales]]. You can trade three of the six treasures for something valuable:
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* Spheres — You can give your spheres to one of the three traders in the underground which in return they will give you a valuable item. Those items can be used in your secret base that you may have created.
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* Fossils — Bring your fossils to the [[Oreburgh City|Oreburgh Mining Museum]] where they will restore the fossil into a Pokémon.
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* Shards — If you have collected 10 shards of the same colour you can bring them to a lady whom lives on [[Sinnoh Route 212|Route 212]]. She can give you a [[TM]] in exchange. Those being:
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** Red Shard — [[Sunny Day]]
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** Blue Shard — [[Rain Dance]]
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** Green Shard — [[Hail]]
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** Yellow Shard — [[Sandstorm]]
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Be sure that after you've found an item in the underground that you put them in your bag before you are leaving the underground. You cannot take your items that you've found in the underground back to the surface otherwise.
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==== List of Underground Treasures ====
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|-
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! Name
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! Trade
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! colspan=2 | {{tt|Level|from and until}}
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! colspan=2 | Discovery
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Armor Fossil]]
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|| Blue Sphere
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|| 30
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|| 50
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|| {{tt|E|Zero in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|B|Not very high in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Blue Shard]]
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|| Blue Sphere
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|| 20
  +
|| 25
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|| {{tt|B|Not very high in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|C|Relatively low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| Blue Sphere
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|| —
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|| 20
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|| 25
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|| {{tt|A|High in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|A|High in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| Damp Stone
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|| Blue Sphere
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|| 40
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|| 50
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Draco Plate]]
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|| Red Sphere
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|| 70
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|| 80
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Dread Plate]]
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|| Red Sphere
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|| 70
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|| 80
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Earth Plate]]
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|| Jade Sphere
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|| 70
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|| 80
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Everstone]]
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|| Pale Sphere
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|| 25
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|| 35
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Fire Stone]]
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|| Red Sphere
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|| 70
  +
|| 80
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Fist Plate]]
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|| Hard Sphere
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|| 70
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|| 80
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Flame Plate]]
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|| Red Sphere
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|| 70
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|| 80
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Green Shard]]
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|| Jade Sphere
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|| 25
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|| 35
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|| {{tt|C|Relatively low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|B|Not very high in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| Hard Sphere
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|| —
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|| —
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|| —
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|| {{tt|B|Not very high in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|B|Not very high in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Hard Stone]]
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|| Red Sphere
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|| 25
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|| 35
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Heart Scale]]
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|| Red Sphere
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|| 5
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|| 10
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|| {{tt|B|Not very high in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|B|Not very high in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| Heat Stone
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|| Red Sphere
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|| 40
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|| 50
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Icicle Plate]]
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|| Blue Sphere
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|| 70
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|| 80
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| Icy Stone
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|| Pale Sphere
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|| 35
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|| 40
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Insect Plate]]
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|| Jade Sphere
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|| 70
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|| 80
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Iron Plate]]
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|| Hard Sphere
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|| 70
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|| 80
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| Iron Sphere
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|| Hard Sphere
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|| 40
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|| 50
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| Jade Sphere
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|| —
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|| —
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|| —
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|| {{tt|A|High in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|A|High in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Leaf Stone]]
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|| Jade Sphere
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|| 25
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|| 35
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Light Clay]]
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|| Jade Sphere
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|| 40
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|| 50
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Max Revive]]
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|| Pale Sphere
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|| 40
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|| 50
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Meadow Plate]]
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|| Jade Sphere
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|| 70
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|| 80
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Mind Plate]]
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|| Pale Sphere
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|| 40
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|| 50
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Moon Stone]]
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|| Pale Sphere
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|| 25
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|| 35
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| Pale Sphere
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|| —
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|| —
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|| —
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|| {{tt|B|Not very high in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|B|Not very high in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Rare Bone]]
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|| Pale Sphere
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|| 25
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|| 35
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Red Shard]]
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|| Red Sphere
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|| 20
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|| 25
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|| {{tt|C|Relatively low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|B|Not very high in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Revive]]
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|| Pale Sphere
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|| 5
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|| 10
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|| {{tt|C|Relatively low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|C|Relatively low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Skull Fossil]]
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|| Jade Sphere
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|| 30
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|| 50
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|| {{tt|B|Not very high in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|E|Zero in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Sky Plate]]
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|| Blue Sphere
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|| 70
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|| 80
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Smooth Rock]]
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|| Hard Sphere
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|| 35
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|| 40
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Splash Plate]]
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|| Blue Sphere
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|| 70
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|| 80
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Spooky Plate]]
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|| Pale Sphere
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|| 70
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|| 80
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Star Piece]]
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|| Pale Sphere
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|| 35
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|| 45
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Stone Plate]]
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|| Hard Sphere
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|| 70
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|| 80
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Sun Stone]]
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|| Red Sphere
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|| 25
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|| 35
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Thunderstone]]
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|| Hard Sphere
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|| 25
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|| 35
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Toxic Plate]]
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|| Pale Sphere
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|| 70
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|| 80
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Water Stone]]
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|| Blue Sphere
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|| 25
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|| 35
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Yellow Shard]]
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|| Hard Sphere
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|| 20
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|| 25
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|| {{tt|B|Not very high in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|C|Relatively Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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|- style="background-color:#fff"
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| [[Zap Plate]]
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|| Hard Sphere
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|| 70
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|| 80
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Diamond Version}}
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|| {{tt|D|Low in Pokémon Pearl Version}}
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Latest revision as of 00:22, January 3, 2015

The Sinnoh Underground

Lucas and Dawn in the underground of Sinnoh.

The Sinnoh Underground (Japanese: ちかつうろ Chikatsu Uro, literally meaning; "Underground Passage") is an underground area introduced in the Pokémon Diamond Version, Pokémon Pearl Version and Pokémon Platinum Version. It is an underground area of the Sinnoh region that the player can access using the Explorer Kit which you can get from the Underground Man in Eterna City. The underground of the Sinnoh region has a lot of fun ways for discovering items that are not easily found in the Sinnoh region. Exploring in the underground can be compared to that of being an archaeologist searching for hidden treasures. You can create a hidden base and decorate it with the various decorations that you might obtain.

Basics Edit

Underground-merchant-locations

The locations of the treasures.

Upon entering the Sinnoh underground the top screen of the DS will change to a map of the area. Shining stars that appear on the map give away a hint as to where there is a hidden treasure. The player can go to the location where they can tap with their stylus pen to act like a radar which sees the hidden treasures and where you must dig to get them. There are also traps hidden in the underground so one must be careful. Furthermore, there are sphere's hidden in the underground which the player can trade for traps or decorations.

Test of the Underground Man Edit

Once you've obtained the Explorer Kit, the Underground Man asks you to do a test which you can choose whether or not to do. If you agree to his tests that he gives you then you must go into the Sinnoh Underground and complete one of them. Upon completion of one of the tests he will give you a reward. The Underground give you these tests and corresponding rewards:

No. Missions Rewards
1 Go to the Underground. Move Trap (↑), Bubble Trap and Leaf Trap.
2 Dig up an object. Prism Sphere 1, Red Sphere 1 and Blue Sphere 1.
3 Bury a Sphere. Digger Drill.
4 Create a Secret Base. Plain Table, Wooden Chair, Small Bookshelf and Buneary Doll.
5 Decorate the Secret Base. A doll Based on your Starter Pokémon.
1 Obtained the Bronze Flag. Pretty Gem.
3 Obtained the Silver Flag. Shiny Gem.
10 Obtained the Gold Flag. Mystic Gem.
50 Obtained the Platinum Flag. Glitter Gem.

Activities Edit

Fossil Dig Edit

Digg

Digging treasures.

Fossil Dig is one of the main activities in the Sinnoh Underground. You can find various valuable items while searching for fossils. Those items cannot be easily found around the Sinnoh Region while you're not in the Sinnoh Underground. You have two tools to dig out items out of the walls, a Hammer and a pickaxe. Those two items have different level of power which can affect the stability of the wall and even cause it to crumble. If you are using the hammer it can let you dig large areas very quickly, but it clefts the wall quickly. The pickaxe can let you work on small areas very carefully and it only increases the cleft in the wall a bit with each hit. The cleft meter will let you know how big the cleft is. Once the meter is at the left end of the screen, the wall start to collapse.

Items during Fossil Digging Edit

You can find valuable items that cannot be found around the Sinnoh Region that easily. There are six kinds of items that can be found while digging in the underground: Spheres, Shards, Fossils, Evolution Items, Battle Items and Heart Scales. You can trade three of the six treasures for something valuable:

  • Spheres — You can give your spheres to one of the three traders in the underground which in return they will give you a valuable item. Those items can be used in your secret base that you may have created.
  • Fossils — Bring your fossils to the Oreburgh Mining Museum where they will restore the fossil into a Pokémon.
  • Shards — If you have collected 10 shards of the same colour you can bring them to a lady whom lives on Route 212. She can give you a TM in exchange. Those being:

Be sure that after you've found an item in the underground that you put them in your bag before you are leaving the underground. You cannot take your items that you've found in the underground back to the surface otherwise.

List of Underground Treasures Edit

Name Trade Level Discovery
Armor Fossil Blue Sphere 30 50 E B
Blue Shard Blue Sphere 20 25 B C
Blue Sphere 20 25 A A
Damp Stone Blue Sphere 40 50 D D
Draco Plate Red Sphere 70 80 D D
Dread Plate Red Sphere 70 80 D D
Earth Plate Jade Sphere 70 80 D D
Everstone Pale Sphere 25 35 D D
Fire Stone Red Sphere 70 80 D D
Fist Plate Hard Sphere 70 80 D D
Flame Plate Red Sphere 70 80 D D
Green Shard Jade Sphere 25 35 C B
Hard Sphere B B
Hard Stone Red Sphere 25 35 D D
Heart Scale Red Sphere 5 10 B B
Heat Stone Red Sphere 40 50 D D
Icicle Plate Blue Sphere 70 80 D D
Icy Stone Pale Sphere 35 40 D D
Insect Plate Jade Sphere 70 80 D D
Iron Plate Hard Sphere 70 80 D D
Iron Sphere Hard Sphere 40 50 D D
Jade Sphere A A
Leaf Stone Jade Sphere 25 35 D D
Light Clay Jade Sphere 40 50 D D
Max Revive Pale Sphere 40 50 D D
Meadow Plate Jade Sphere 70 80 D D
Mind Plate Pale Sphere 40 50 D D
Moon Stone Pale Sphere 25 35 D D
Pale Sphere B B
Rare Bone Pale Sphere 25 35 D D
Red Shard Red Sphere 20 25 C B
Revive Pale Sphere 5 10 C C
Skull Fossil Jade Sphere 30 50 B E
Sky Plate Blue Sphere 70 80 D D
Smooth Rock Hard Sphere 35 40 D D
Splash Plate Blue Sphere 70 80 D D
Spooky Plate Pale Sphere 70 80 D D
Star Piece Pale Sphere 35 45 D D
Stone Plate Hard Sphere 70 80 D D
Sun Stone Red Sphere 25 35 D D
Thunderstone Hard Sphere 25 35 D D
Toxic Plate Pale Sphere 70 80 D D
Water Stone Blue Sphere 25 35 D D
Yellow Shard Hard Sphere 20 25 B C
Zap Plate Hard Sphere 70 80 D D

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