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Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
Strategy Guide

Author(s): Vincent Lau
Editor(s): Vincent Lau, Claire Farnworth
First Published: 28-11-2014 / 00:00 GMT
Last Updated: 28-03-2018 / 21:21 GMT
Version: 1.0 (????) 22-09-2018 / 21:39 GMT

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Route 128

A giant underground trench, rumoured to lead to an ancient ruin (spoiler: it does).

Recommended Levels: 44-55

Pokémon Encounters

Surfing

Same old Pokémon as in the rest of the sea. Hopefully your Repels haven’t ran out.

Fishing Rods

Name Type Location Encounter Rate
Corsola Water/Rock Super Rod 5%
Luvdisc Water Good/Super Rod 35% (Good), 60% (Super)
Magikarp Water Old/Good Rod 65% (Old), 60% (Good)
Tentacool Water/Poison Old Rod 35%
Wailmer Water Good/Super Rod 5% (Good), 60% (Super)

Underwater

Name Type Location Encounter Rate
Chinchou Water/Electric Seaweed 50%
Clamperl Water Seaweed 30%
Corsola Water/Rock Seaweed 4%
Lanturn Water/Electric Seaweed 15%
Relicanth Water/Rock Seaweed 1%

Local Trainers Pokémon

Name Money Party
Ace Trainer Cornelius 2,340 Golem Lv. 39, Raichu Lv. 39
Fisherman Wayne 1,184 Wailmer Lv. 37, Seadra Lv. 37
Tuber Delmar 152 Luvdisc Lv. 38
Tuber Marlene 152 Luvdisc Lv. 38
Triathlete Isaiah 1,440 Starmie Lv. 36
Free Diver Mayu 1,560 Luvdisc Lv. 39, Luvdisc Lv. 39

There are hidden items underwater too; if in doubt, mash the A button.

As you enter the Route, a big portion of it will be dominated to the south by that big circle thing you’ll sink into later. But first go east and battle the Ace Trainer.

Southeast of him is a Fisherman to fight (use the Dowsing Machine to find a Heart Scale near him), then a Tuber and some other Trainers further east. (To the curious, the name "Delmar" can be split into "del" "mar", which - at least in Spanish - means "of the sea".)

Surf onto the island west of the Fisherman and you can use the Dowsing Machine to find another Heart Scale . The Dive spot nearby - the small square one - has a Diver to battle and the Route’s underwater seaweed for Pokémon, so you know.

Aside from this, head to the big circle made of the shallows west of there. Enter the Dive spot inside the circle; underwater, examine the north-center part of the circle for an Adamant Orb , used to power up Dialga.

After that, go into the Dive area outside the circle (the gigantic Dive area) and enter the cave at the south side of said circle.