Gamer Guides logo

Pokémon: Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire
Strategy Guide

Author(s): Vincent Lau
Editor(s): Vincent Lau, Claire Farnworth
First Published: 28-11-2014 / 00:00 GMT
Last Updated: 01-11-2019 / 16:06 GMT
Version: 1.0 (????) 01-04-2020 / 11:03 GMT

Pokémon: Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire Guide

5 months ago · Guide Information

A Final Detour

Meteor Falls in Full

Any excuse to experience Meteor Falls's wonderful music and pristine water.

Recommended Levels: 49-60

Pokémon Encounters

On Land

Name Type Location Encounter Rate
Bagon Dragon B1F 2R Cave/Horde 35%, 5% (Horde)
Clefairy Fairy Hidden Pokémon - Everywhere ???
Deino Dark/Dragon Hidden Pokémon - Everywhere ???
Druddigon Dragon Hidden Pokémon - Everywhere ???
Golbat Poison/Flying 1F 2R, B1F 1R & B1F 2R 75% (1F 2R, B1F 1R), 40% (B1F 2R)
Lunatone (AS) Rock/Psychic Everywhere 25%
Solrock (OR) Rock/Psychic Everywhere 25%
Zubat Poison/Flying Horde 100%, 95% (B1F 2R)

Note : Bagon is only found in the room with TM02, while Golbat does not appear until you’ve ascended the huge waterfall and gone into the caves beyond. The three hidden Pokémon only appear exclusively after defeating or capturing Groudon/Kyogre.


Name Type Location Encounter Rate
Golbat Poison/Flying Surf 4% (1F 1R), 80% (everywhere else)
Lunatone (AS) Rock/Psychic Surf 16% (1F 1R), 20% (everywhere else)
Solrock (OR) Rock/Psychic Surf 16% (1F 1R), 20% (everywhere else)
Zubat Poison/Flying Surf (1F 1R only) 80%


Name Type Location Encounter Rate
Barboach Water/Ground Good/Super Rod (Everywhere) 5% (Good), 100% (Super 1F 1R), 95% (Super everywhere else)
Goldeen Water Old/Good Rod (Everywhere) 35%
Magikarp Water Old/Good Rod (Everywhere) 65% (Old), 60% (Good)
Whiscash Water/Ground Super Rod (Everywhere except 1F 1R) 5%

Note : Whiscash appears in the areas after ascending the huge waterfall.

Local Trainers Pokémon

Name Money Party
Dragon Tamer Nicolas 2,820 Flygon Lv. 47
Battle Girl Tess 1,472 Mienshao Lv. 46
Dragon Tamer Dray 2,820 Altaria Lv. 47
Old Couple John and Jay 7,520 Hariyama Lv. 47, Medicham Lv. 47

Pokémon Evaluations

Deino is the big new one here, mostly because of the National Pokédex more than anything. He makes a nice Special-attacking Dragon Pokémon, though he can be a bit slow and has a huge weakness to Fairy. Despite that, he’s useful for the main game as Fairy Pokémon are infrequent at best.

Granted, your Mega Latios/Latias is superior, but if you prefer something else… Bagon is also a good Pokémon when evolved into Salamence; Mega-Salamence will be a nasty Pokémon to fight with in general, possessing great Speed and mixed-attacking capabilities.

Again, your Lati is preferable, but if it’s neglected, you may as well.


Have you been selling Stardust and the like or hoarding them for no reason?

Fly here and enter!

When you arrive, approach the big waterfall. (Come on, you can’t miss it.) Use Waterfall to get up that bad boy, then go east and land on the small chunk of land there. Use the Dowsing Machine to find the Stardust hidden there, then go northwest and through the archway.


Go east and north along the lake shore to find a Dragon Tamer. Descend the ladder nearby.


Defeat the Battle Girl running around to the southwest, then go west and north to battle the Dragon Tamer, then ascend the ladder further north.


Battle the couple to the east, then go up the steppes to the north. Descend the ledges further to the east, hanging along the west side. Turn on your Dowsing Machine as you go down, too; as you do, look carefully when the small stalagmites begin to pop up.

A sparkly area should be nearby, signifying some Aerodactylite . Examine the same spot once more to find a hidden Super Repel . Go down another ledge or two, then southwest and down the ladder.


Here, get Surfin’ and head north, east, and then far to the south to the southeast corner. Go through the doorway here to the entrance area where you can find a PP Max.

Return to the previous area and go to its north-central portion. Head to the northwest part of this area and you can use the Dowsing Machine to locate a Star Piece ; from there, go east and through the archway.

In this room, you’ll be able to find Bagon , and it’s literally the only place in the game to find him. Don’t forget TM02 (Dragon Claw) at the north side of the cave; Dragon Claw is pretty much a standard move on any Physical Dragon Pokémon. In any case, you’re done here for now.

Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Pokemon Company International
  • Platforms
  • Genre
  • Guide Release
    28 November 2014
  • Last Updated
    1 November 2019
  • Guide Author
    Vincent Lau

Share this free guide:

Get a Gamer Guides Premium account:

Discord logo

Remove this ad
Subscribe to Premium