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!
|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)|
|Poliwhirl||Water||Super Rod||5%, 65% (Rippling water)|
|Poliwrath||Water/Fighting||Super Rod||5% (Rippling water)|
|Big Mushroom, Star Piece, Tiny Mushroom, Comet Shard|
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.
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.