An old, stone bridge where a village has been built on. Cue neverending questions of "is this a village on a bridge or a bridge that’s a village?".
|Vullaby (B)||Dark/Flying||Tall/Dark grass||20%|
|Rufflet (W)||Normal/Flying||Tall/Dark grass||20%|
|Mandibuzz (B)||Dark/Flying||Dark grass||20%|
|Braviary (W)||Normal/Flying||Dark grass||20%|
|Red Basculin (B)||Water||Surf/Super Rod||100%, 95% (Rippling), 30% (Fishing)|
|Blue Basculin (W)||Water||Surf/Super Rod||100%, 95% (Rippling), 30% (Fishing)|
|Lapras||Water/Ice||Surf||5% (Rippling water)|
|Carvanha||Water/Dark||Super Rod||70%, 60% (Rippling water)|
|Sharpedo||Water/Dark||Super Rod||10% (Rippling water)|
|Leftovers, Calcium, Ultra Ball, HP Up, Full Restore, Lum Berry, Dive Ball|
Points of Interest
- Towards the south-east corner, you can work as a Waiter for a sandwich shop.
- In the east-most house, a girl and her pack of Patrats will let you play a mini-game at Marvelous Bridge.
By now, you’ve nearly visited all of the postgame locations, but you’ve still got a couple of events in your schedule, so use this opportunity to rest your bones and relax. Assuming you came from the eastern gatehouse, head into the first available house, where a girl will kindly heal your Pokemon.
With your Pokemon fighting fit once more, you’re now safe to explore the areas around the bridge itself, to its north and south. Unlike most other towns, you can find a few trainers to battle, plus wild Pokemon in tall grass and in the water surrounding the bridge.
Trainer Battle: Baker
Trainer Battle: Scientist
Trainer Battle: School Kid