Humilau City

Humilau City

Humilau City
Surfing Types Level(s) Rarity
Frillish Frillish Water / Ghost Lv. 30 ~ 45 65%
Staryu Staryu Water Lv. 30 ~ 45 30%
Basculin Basculin Water Lv. 35 ~ 45
Black 2: 5%
White 2: 0%
Basculin (Blue) (Blue) Basculin (Blue) Water Lv. 35 ~ 45
Black 2: 0%
White 2: 5%
Surfing (in surfacing fish) Level(s) Rarity
Jellicent Jellicent Water / Ghost Lv. 35 ~ 45 60%
Corsola Corsola Water / Rock Lv. 35 ~ 45 30%
Basculin (Blue) (Blue) Basculin (Blue) Water Lv. 35 ~ 45
Black 2: 5%
White 2: 0%
Basculin Basculin Water Lv. 35 ~ 45
Black 2: 0%
White 2: 5%
Starmie Starmie Water / Psychic Lv. 35 ~ 45 5%

Right near the entrance, you'll see Hugh to your north as well as a little signboard with two lovey Frillish (one male and one female) that you can poke your head in to make it look like you're a Frillish! It's rather cute.

Anyway, Hugh says that the Gym Leader isn't at the Gym, so you've gotta go find him. Oh, joy. The Pokemon Center is over to the west. Nothing too exciting in it, so do your business and then get out. To the south is Route 21, which leads you to the other side of that Seaside Cave you ran across earlier.

Now head on over to the northern part of town. It's basically an tropical village, with docks connecting all of the raised houses. As you try to enter the first house you run across up there, a man will jump out of the water and onto the dock (that's a pretty impressive feat!). He'll introduce himself as the Gym Leader, Marlon, and will then head back to the Gym. Well, that was easy. You can take him on now whenever you feel like it. However, there's still more to explore in Humilau City!

That house has the third Move Tutor in it. This one accepts Yellow Shards to teach you a variety of moves. What kind of moves will he teach your Pokemon? Well, here's a list!

Cost Move Type Power Acc.% Category PP Target
2
Bind Normal 15 85% Physical 20 One Nearby
2
Snore Normal 40 100% Special 15 One Nearby
4
Heal Bell Normal -- -- Status 5 User's Field
4
Knock Off Dark 20 100% Physical 20 One Nearby
6
Synthesis Grass -- -- Status 5 Self
6
Roost Flying -- -- Status 10 Self
8
Sky Attack Flying 140 90% Physical 5 One Anywhere
8
Role Play Psychic -- -- Status 10 One Nearby
10
Heat Wave Fire 100 90% Special 10 All Nearby Foes
10
Giga Drain Grass 75 100% Special 10 One Nearby
10
Drain Punch Fighting 75 100% Physical 10 One Nearby
10
Pain Split Normal -- -- Status 20 One Nearby
10
Tailwind Flying -- -- Status 30 User's Field

Learn any of the moves you want, then head on over to the east and quite a bit north. The house up there has a Doctor and a Nurse, but neither will give you anything, so keep going west until you find stairs leading down into the water. Pick up the Heart Scale nearby in the water (to the right), then head south, underneath a bridge. There's a hidden Heart Scale rather close to that, so get your Dowsing MCHN handy.

Head over to the west, underneath a bridge there, and you'll find stairs leading up. To the north is a house with a Protein just past it, while to the west leads you to Route 22. Inside of the house is a Socialite who will ask for you to watch after her Mienfoo for a few minutes. You have to make sure it doesn't cause any trouble, so don't go digging around in the trash or watching TV! Just run around with it... yeah... After running around for a minute or two with it, go ahead and talk to the Socialite and she'll give you a Pearl. Well wasn't that nice.

Now go back to the watery part in the middle, around where the hidden Heart Scale was, and then head south. Over to the west, up some stairs, is another house, plus an old man outside of it. He'll give you the Funfest Mession Memory Training! (translation). Cool. Inside the house, a Roughneck will offer to trade you a Tangrowth for your Mantine. Mantine tend to be hard to get, because you either need to find them in the wild (5% chance when surfing into rippling water in Undella Bay) or find a Remoraid in the wild (5% chance while surfing in Undella Bay), whereas you can get a Tangrowth just by leveling up a Tangela to level 40. Your call, though. Be sure to pick up the Full Restore in the trash before leaving, though.

Use Surf on the southern section of the watery part of the city and you'll find a beach down there. Follow it to the west and you'll find steps leading up behind the Gym, giving you access to a second Shell Bell. Neat.

Anyway, at this point, you're actually free to explore Route 21 and the Seaside Cave to the south or Route 22 and the first room of the Giant Chasm to the northwest. You'll be checking out both of these locations after you've gotten your Gym Badge, though, and each will be blocked so you can't actually explore them thoroughly, but you may still find some Trainers and Pokemon there for you to help your team out.

However, I'm just going to take you to the main place you need to be right now: the Humilau Gym!