|Magikarp||Water||Old/Good Rod||65% (Old), 60% (Good)|
|Tentacool||Water/Poison||Surf/Old/Good Rod||50% (Surf), 35% (Fishing)|
|Wailmer||Water||Good/Super Rod||5% (Good), 100% (Super)|
Local Trainers Pokémon
|Swimmer Jenny||624||Luvdisc Lv. 39|
|Swimmer Dylan||624||Sealeo Lv. 39|
|Sis & Bro Rita & Sam||760||Pelipper Lv. 39, Whiscash Lv. 38|
|Swimmer Spencer||592||Staryu Lv. 37, Tentacruel Lv. 37|
|Swimmer Grace||608||Wailmer Lv. 36, Azumarill Lv. 38|
After all of that, and turning up nothing, let’s just continue as normal, eh? For now, heal up in the Pokémon Center and be sure to stock up - we’re finally heading out to sea, onto Route 124!
Ah, it’s like The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker all over again. With less water. And more Pokémon. And less random big fish gobbling you up or knocking you out of your boat. And, for some of you, more Super Repels . Not that anyone would blame you.
When you arrive, go east and battle the Swimmer, and another further east. Go southwest from there and battle the siblings, then east to battle a Swimmer. Northeast of there is the Treasure Hunter’s house.
Inside, you can trade Red Shards for Fire Stones, Yellow Shards for Thunder Stones, Blue Shards for Water Stones, and Green Shards for Leaf Stones, though, since there’s a limited amount of each in the game, it’s simpler to just master Super Training in our opinion.
In the water north of there will be a Swimmer, which will finish off the Route; after, go east to Route 125 .