Wild Pokémon Encounters
Same Pokémon as in Route 124 . You weren’t expecting anything different, right?
Local Trainers Pokémon
|Fisherman Jonah||1,184||Luvdisc Lv. 37, Relicanth Lv. 37|
|Fisherman Roger||1,184||Wailmer Lv. 37, Sharpedo Lv. 37|
|Fisherman Henry||1,284||Tentacruel Lv. 39|
|Bird Keeper Byron||1,520||Dodrio Lv. 38, Xatu Lv. 38|
|Ace Trainer Hisato||2,460||Pinsir Lv. 41|
|Ace Trainer Claudia||2,280||Snorunt Lv. 38, Masquerain Lv. 38, Dusclops Lv. 38|
|Triathlete Jaylon||1,560||Tentacruel Lv. 39|
|Black Belt Koji||1,248||Machoke Lv. 37, Hariyama Lv. 39|
|Free Diver Aileen||1,640||Sealeo Lv. 41|
|Scuba Diver Javier||1,640||Relicanth Lv. 41|
|Free Diver Kailyn||1,640||Starmie Lv. 41|
When you arrive on the Route, go south-southeast and land on the island there. Speak with the three Fisherman for some battles, then head northeast of them to find a Zinc . Return to the start of the Route and go west to battle a Bird Keeper on some sand.
Next, Surf southeast of there to battle an Ace Trainer. Another can be found to the southeast of him. If you go west from there, near the next rocky ledge you should battle a Triathlete (he’s swimming a vertically-lengthy rectangle, so he may not be there initially).
Head far to the east from him and then south. You should come upon a sandy alcove. Here, in the southwest corner first, you’ll find some Heracronite , used to Mega-Evolve Heracross.
Heracross is a Pokémon you may have gotten from the Safari Zone; statistically, he is the second-strongest Pokémon in the game by Attack, and the strongest non-legendary, when Mega-Evolved.
To the east of there, you can battle a Black Belt. North of him, you can Dive down and surface after a small trip to the other light (don’t forget to battle the Free Diver) to find some Carbos on an island; there’s also a Rare Candy on the north side of it.
Return to the other side and to the main part of the Route. That will more or less finish the Route for the moment. Don’t forget to Dive into the trenches around here, though, and fight the various Divers down there, too! Head south - Surfing or Diving - onto Route 128 when done.