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Pokémon: Black and White
Strategy Guide

Author(s): Daniel Chaviers
First Published: 30-05-2011 / 00:00 GMT
Last Updated: 10-09-2020 / 02:15 GMT
Version: 1.3 (????) 25-09-2020 / 02:45 GMT

Giant Chasm (Cave)

Giant Chasm (Cave)

Background

A giant impact crater that has since become the habitat of high Level Pokemon. The people of Lacunosa Town fear the “monster” that resides here. You? You’re coming here to catch the Legendary Pokemon Kyurem!

Pokemon Encounters

Name Type Location Encounter Rate
Piloswine Ice/Ground Everywhere 25%
Golbat Psychic/Flying Everywhere 20%
Sneasel Dark/Ice Everywhere 10%
Delibird Ice/Flying Everywhere 10%
Lunatone Rock/Psychic Everywhere 10%
Solrock Rock/Psychic Everywhere 10%
Jynx Ice/Psychic Everywhere 10%
Boldore Rock Everywhere 5%
Excadrill Ground/Steel Dust Cloud 100%
Name Type Location Encounter Rate
Red Basculin (B) Water Surf/Super Rod 70%, 30% (Rippling water/Fishing)
Blue Basculin (W) Water Surf/Super Rod 70%, 30% (Rippling water/Fishing)
Seel Water Surf 30%, 60% (Rippling water)
Dewgong Water/Ice Surf 10% (Rippling water)
Poliwag Water Super Rod 65%
Poliwhirl Water Super Rod 5%, 65% (Rippling water)
Poliwrath Water/Fighting Super Rod 5% (Rippling water)

Items

Items
Big Mushroom, Star Piece, Tiny Mushroom, Comet Shard

Guide

Note : The area just before the cave (which is still technically part of Giant Chasm) features the same wild Pokemon as Route 13.

To get here, you must navigate to the south-east corner of Route 13, where there’s a hidden passageway of sorts that leads here. For full instructions, refer to the previous page “Route 13 (Part 2)”.

Upon exiting Route 13, head in an anti-clockwise direction, down the flight of stairs until you spot a conspicuous cave entrance. Well, what are you waiting for? Head on in… Actually, if your Pokemon need rest, it would be wise to head to Lacunosa Town to rest them first.

Items or time: your choice.

Items or time: your choice.

Inside the cave, the fun begins… Just ahead, on lower ground, there’s a cave exit, but you can’t get there from where you are now. Instead, go left or right. Right is the quickest route, while left takes you all the way around the cave.

If you go left though, you’re in a prime position to grab many items. Just follow the cave in a clock-wise direction until you reach the north-east corner. Then hop down the ledge and continue all the way south until you see a boulder on the left.

If you went right, you’ll be at this boulder right now. Simply use Strength to shove it left, then continue left. Just before the ledge going down, go up a bit and down the stairs to the left. It’s a bit hard to see the stairs sometimes. Then exit the cave ahead.

Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Pokemon Company International
  • Platforms
    DS
  • Genre
    Role-playing
  • Guide Release
    30 May 2011
  • Last Updated
    10 September 2020
  • Guide Author
    Daniel Chaviers

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  • Concise & easy to understand explanations of advanced stat building systems - learn to raise a prize Pokémon.
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  • How to collect the various new Pokémon (including Legendary Pokémon)!
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  • Hidden secrets explained
  • How to raise a super squad of undefeatable Pokémon.
  • Encounter rates for every area of the game.
  • Hundreds of illustrative, high-quality screenshots.
  • Postgame areas explainned.
  • Expanded Training and Battling segments.

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