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Rosecove Beach is the westernmost point of Roria, connecting to Route 8. It is the coast of Rosecove City, yet the Recreational Teleportation Device signal is jammed here. Located on this beach are palm trees, which can be headbutted to battle Wild Pokémon living on them. The lighthouse here is home to Rival Tess and her grandfather.

Notable Places

Battle Pier

The Battle Pier is where 5 Trainers battle with players, leading up to the boss of the group. Upon defeating all 5 Trainers, the boss gives player a King's Rock, which gives the user's moves 12% chance to cause the opposing Pokémon to flinch (note that it does not apply to moves that already have a chance to flinch). It can also make certain Pokémon evolve into their branch evolved forms if held when trading, specifically Slowpoke to Slowking and Poliwhirl to Politoed.

Lighthouse

Kyogre leaping across the barrier of boulders.

When the player first arrives in Rosecove Beach, Team Eclipse is once again causing trouble, trying to rob the Blue Orb from an old man that lives in the lighthouse. Eclipse Grunts are also scattered around the beach and Rosecove City, blocking access to Rosecove Gym and Route 9. While Rival Jake distracts the grunts to let the player proceed to the lighthouse, Eclipse Admin Gabe robs the Blue Orb from the old man and threatens to summon another Legendary Pokémon yet again — Kyogre.

Upon defeating Admin Gabe, he throws the Blue Orb into the ocean and activating it by accident. Kyogre is summoned and brings a massive downpour to the city, but it does not act in Team Eclipse's favour, instead it blasts them off as if they were Team Rocket. Kyogre returns the Blue Orb to the old man and vanishes back into the ocean, stopping the rainstorm. His granddaughter Tess then comes back outside (since the old man forced her inside to be safe) where she starts arguing with her grandfather for not letting her battle Team Eclipse and battling trainers in general. He apologizes for not doing so and says he is just worried. He then lets her adventure with Rival Jake and the player. The old man also gives the player a Protector, which helps Rhydon evolve into Rhyperior when held during a trade. Rosecove Gym is opened afterwards.

Fisherman on an Island

The fisherman who hands out the Good Rod to players.

A fisherman is seen fishing alone on an island opposite to the entrance of Silver Cove. When the player acquires HM3 Surf, he or she can approach the fisherman to receive Good Rod from him.

Notable Events

Manaphy Event

The Manaphy Egg found on Rosecove Beach. Click on it to receive the egg. Requires an open slot in party.

The Manaphy Egg had an extremely rare chance of being washed up to the shores by the waves on Rosecove Beach (1/1000, or 0.1% chance). Any player could grab the egg as long as he or she had an empty slot in the party. Players might had to race for the Egg in order to get it, as only one player could get the Egg, and the Egg would be washed away if it is not picked up within 10 minutes. This event commenced for the first time during 7th to 21st May, 2016, and will be cycled on and off occasionally. The event was held for the second time from 22nd to 24th October, 2016 to celebrate the 1st Anniversary of Pokémon Brick Bronze, adding Manaphy's cry when the Egg is washed ashore in the process. It had returned for the third time between 19th to 22nd May, 2017, just at the end of Anniversary for the first Manaphy Event.

Pokémon

Wild Pokémon

In addition to the traditional encounters in grass patches or by fishing, Wild Pokémon here can also be encountered by using Headbutt on palm trees, or even by running through the waves crashing ashore, which is unique to this game.

Note: Rarity levels are estimations according to this scale and might be subject to changes due to different encounter assessment results. If there are any Pokémon with low catch rates, the possibility to flee or requirement of gaining happiness to evolve, recommended Poké Balls for that Pokémon will be shown with the corresponding bag sprite under the Pokémon's name.

Pokémon Type Image Rarity Items EV Yield
Grass Patches Tall Grass Lv. 15-18
Slowpoke Water
Psychic
Slowpoke XY.gif
Common 5% chance to hold Lagging Tail. Boosted to 20% if player's leading Pokémon has Ability Compound Eyes. 1 HP
Shellos
West Sea
Water
Shellos-West XY.gif
Uncommon None 1 HP
Wingull Water
Flying
Wingull XY.gif
Uncommon 50% chance to hold Pretty Wing. Increased to 60% if player's leading Pokémon has Ability Compound Eyes. 1 Speed
Psyduck Water
Psyduck XY.gif
Uncommon None 1 Sp. Atk
Trees TM Normal.png Headbutt Lv. 15-18
Exeggcute Grass
Psychic
Exeggcute XY.gif
Common 50% chance to hold Psychic Seed. Increased to 60% if player's leading Pokémon has Ability Compound Eyes. 1 Def
Aipom
Just throw a Quick Ball and hope for the best.
Normal
Male
Female
Rare None 1 Speed
Water Waves Lv. 15-17
Krabby Water
Krabby XY.gif
Common None 1 Atk
Staryu Water
Staryu XY.gif
Uncommon 50% chance to hold Stardust. Increased to 60% if player's leading Pokémon has Ability Compound Eyes.5% chance to hold Star Piece. Boosted to 20% if player's leading Pokémon has Ability Compound Eyes. 1 Speed
Fishing Old Rod.png Old Rod Lv. 10
Tentacool Water
Poison
Tentacool XY.gif
Common 5% chance to hold Poison Barb. Boosted to 20% if player's leading Pokémon has Ability Compound Eyes. 1 Sp. Def
Finneon Water
Male
Female
Rare None 1 Speed
Fishing Good Rod.png Good Rod Lv. 20
Tentacool Water
Poison
Tentacool XY.gif
Common 5% chance to hold Poison Barb. Boosted to 20% if player's leading Pokémon has Ability Compound Eyes. 1 Sp. Def
Finneon Water
Male
Female
Uncommon None 1 Speed
Tentacruel Water
Poison
Tentacruel XY.gif
Rare 5% chance to hold Poison Barb. Boosted to 20% if player's leading Pokémon has Ability Compound Eyes. 2 Sp. Def
Water HM Water.png Surf Lv. 27-32
Tentacool Water
Poison
Tentacool XY.gif
Common 5% chance to hold Poison Barb. Boosted to 20% if player's leading Pokémon has Ability Compound Eyes. 1 Sp. Def
Finneon Water
Male
Female
Uncommon None 1 Speed
Lumineon Water
Male
Female
Rare None 2 Speed
Alomomola Water
Alomomola XY.gif
Rare None 2 HP
Click on the Pokémon names to check their learnsets on Bulbapedia. All Pokémon follow their movesets in Pokémon Sun and Moon. Hover on the item sprites to check the exact chance of being held by the Wild Pokémon. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.

Roaming Pokémon are not listed in the table above. They are fixed at Lv. 40 and have a 0.1% chance of appearing anywhere in Roria with wild encounter methods specified here.

Special Pokémon

Manaphy Event was held for the first time during 7th to 21st May, 2016, and will be cycled on and off occasionally. When the event is available, players do not need to battle; instead, they can grab the egg by clicking on it. This event was held for the second time during 22nd to 24th October, 2016, and a third time between 19th to 22nd May, 2017.

Warning: Players can only pick up the following Egg if they have an empty slot in party. The Egg must be picked up within 10 minutes it is ashore, or else the Egg will be washed away.

Egg Pokémon Type Image Rate Status
Manaphy Egg
Manaphy Water Manaphy XY.gif 1/1000
(0.1%)
Ended

Trainers

Battle Pier

Image Pokémon Type Level Ability Item EXP EV Yield
Trainer: Beach Bum James Poké Ball.pngPoké Ball.png Reward: $400
Wingull XY.gif
Wingull Water
Flying
Lv. 25 Keen Eye None 289 1 Speed
Attacks: Mist, Water Pulse, Quick Attack, Air Cutter
Gloom-M XY.gif
Gloom Grass
Poison
Lv. 25 Chlorophyll None 739 2 Sp. Atk
Attacks: Stun Spore, Sleep Powder, Mega Drain, Lucky Chant
Trainer: Beach Bum Hans Poké Ball.pngPoké Ball.pngPoké Ball.pngPoké Ball.png Reward: $400
Magikarp-M XY.gif
Magikarp Water Lv. 27 Swift Swim None 231 1 Speed
Attacks: Splash, Tackle
Staryu XY.gif
Staryu Water Lv. 26 Unknown None 378 1 Speed
Attacks: Swift, Bubble Beam, Gyro Ball, Camouflage
Wingull XY.gif
Wingull Water
Flying
Lv. 25 Keen Eye None 289 1 Speed
Attacks: Mist, Water Pulse, Quick Attack, Air Cutter
Palpitoad XY.gif
Palpitoad Water
Ground
Lv. 25 Unknown None 717 2 HP
Attacks: Bubble Beam, Aqua Ring, Mud Shot, Uproar
Trainer: Beach Bum Thomas Poké Ball.pngPoké Ball.pngPoké Ball.pngPoké Ball.png Reward: $416
Shellos-West XY.gif
Shellos
West Sea
Water Lv. 27 Unknown None 231 1 Speed
Attacks: Water Pulse, Mud Bomb, Rain Dance, Hidden Power
Tentacool XY.gif
Tentacool ×2 Water
Poison
Lv. 25 Unknown None 358 ×2 1 Sp. Def
each
Attacks: Water Pulse, Wrap, Acid Spray, Bubble Beam
Seaking-M XY.gif
Seaking Water Lv. 26 Unknown None 880 2 Atk
Attacks: Flail, Water Pulse, Aqua Ring, Fury Attack
Trainer: Beach Babe Samantha Poké Ball.pngPoké Ball.pngPoké Ball.png Reward: $432
Available for rematches — Speed Hotspot
Staryu XY.gif
Staryu ×2 Water Lv. 25 Unknown None 364 ×2 1 Speed each
Attacks: Bubble Beam, Swift, Camouflage, Gyro Ball
Starmie XY.gif
Starmie Water
Psychic
Lv. 27 Unknown None 1053 2 Speed
Attacks: Swift, Water Gun, Rapid Spin, Recover
Trainer: Beach Bum Greg Poké Ball.pngPoké Ball.pngPoké Ball.png Reward: $432
Seaking-M XY.gif
Seaking ×2 Water Lv. 26 Unknown None 880 ×2 2 Atk
each
Attacks: Flail, Water Pulse, Aqua Ring, Fury Attack
Gyarados-M XY.gif
Gyarados Water
Flying
Lv. 27 Intimidate None 1093 2 Atk
Attacks: Thrash, Leer, Twister, Ice Fang
Under the Pier
Trainer: Beach Babe Kaycee Poké Ball.pngPoké Ball.pngPoké Ball.png Reward: $432
Available for rematches
Staryu XY.gif
Staryu ×2 Water Lv. 25 Unknown None 364 ×2 1 Speed each
Attacks: Bubble Beam, Swift, Camouflage, Gyro Ball
Seaking-F XY.gif
Seaking Water Lv. 26 Unknown None 880 2 Atk
Attacks: Flail, Water Pulse, Aqua Ring, Fury Attack
There was no change to the above matches between any of the updates. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.

Lighthouse

Image Pokémon Type Level Ability Item EXP EV Yield
Trainer: Eclipse Grunt Jordan Poké Ball.pngPoké Ball.png Reward: $1040
Pancham XY.gif
Pancham Fighting Lv. 27 Unknown None 405 1 Atk
Attacks: Comet Punch, Slash, Circle Throw, Vital Throw
Golbat-M XY.gif
Golbat Poison
Flying
Lv. 26 Inner Focus None 885 2 Speed
Attacks: Wing Attack, Air Cutter, Confuse Ray, Swift
Trainer: Eclipse Grunt McCoy Poké Ball.pngPoké Ball.pngPoké Ball.png Reward: $1080
Haunter XY.gif
Haunter ×2 Ghost
Poison
Lv. 26 Levitate None 791 ×2 2 Sp. Atk
each
Attacks: Curse, Confuse Ray, Night Shade, Sucker Punch
Mightyena XY.gif
Mightyena Dark Lv. 27 Unknown None 850 2 Atk
Attacks: Odor Sleuth, Roar, Swagger, Assurance
Trainer: Eclipse Grunt Corbin Poké Ball.pngPoké Ball.pngPoké Ball.png Reward: $1080
Torkoal XY.gif
Torkoal Fire Lv. 26 Unknown None 919 2 Def
Attacks: Smokescreen, Curse, Flame Wheel, Lava Plume
Seviper XY.gif
Seviper Poison Lv. 26 Shed Skin None 891 1 Atk
1 Sp. Atk
Attacks: Glare, Poison Fang, Night Slash, Venom Drench
Arbok XY.gif
Arbok Poison Lv. 27 Unknown None 885 2 Atk
Attacks: Acid, Swallow, Stockpile, Spit Up
Trainer: Eclipse Grunt Brunden Poké Ball.pngPoké Ball.pngPoké Ball.png Reward: $1120
Anorith XY.gif
Anorith Rock
Bug
Lv. 27 Battle Armor None 410 1 Atk
Attacks: Smack Down, Ancient Power, Metal Claw, Bug Bite
Lileep XY.gif
Lileep Rock
Grass
Lv. 27 Suction Cups None 410 1 Sp. Def
Attacks: Confuse Ray, Brine, Ancient Power, Giga Drain
Skuntank XY.gif
Skuntank Poison
Dark
Lv. 28 Unknown None 1008 2 HP
Attacks: Acid Spray, Bite, Slash, Toxic
Following Trainers must be fought back-to-back!
Trainer: Eclipse Grunt Finley Poké Ball.pngPoké Ball.png Reward: $1040
Gulpin-M XY.gif
Gulpin Poison Lv. 26 Unknown None 334 1 HP
Attacks: Amnesia, Encore, Acid Spray, Toxic
Lombre XY.gif
Lombre Water
Grass
Lv. 26 Unknown None 663 2 Sp. Def
Attacks: Fury Swipes, Fake Out, Water Sport, Bubble Beam
Trainer: Eclipse Grunt Colbert Poké Ball.pngPoké Ball.png Reward: $1040
Scraggy XY.gif
Scraggy Dark
Fighting
Lv. 26 Unknown None 390 1 Atk
Attacks: Swagger, Low Kick, Payback, Brick Break
Nuzleaf-M XY.gif
Nuzleaf Grass
Dark
Lv. 26 Unknown None 663 2 Atk
Attacks: Fake Out, Nature Power, Razor Wind, Feint Attack
Trainer: Eclipse Admin Gabe Poké Ball.pngPoké Ball.pngPoké Ball.png Reward: $2400
Sneasel-M XY.gif
Sneasel Dark
Ice
Lv. 28 Unknown None 516 1 Speed
Attacks: Agility, Metal Claw, Hone Claws, Beat Up
Arbok XY.gif
Arbok Poison Lv. 28 Unknown None 918 2 Atk
Attacks: Acid, Swallow, Stockpile, Spit Up
Solrock XY.gif
Solrock Rock
Psychic
Lv. 30 Levitate None 990 2 Atk
Attacks: Embargo, Rock Slide, Cosmic Power, Psychic
There was no change to the above matches between any of the updates. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.

Items

State Item Obtaining Location
King's Rock.png
King's Rock Given by the Boss of the Battle Pier after defeating all the members of the Battle Pier.
Protector.png
Protector Given by Tess' Grandfather after defeating Eclipse Admin Gabe.
Requires HM Water.png HM3 Surf
Gold Item Ball
TM Water.png
TM18 Water
Rain Dance
On a sandbar below Battle Pier.
Item Ball
Pearl.png
Pearl On a sandbar near the southwestern corner.
Good Rod.png
Good Rod Given by a fisherman on the island opposite to Silver Cove entrance.
There was no change to the above items between any of the updates.

Trivia

  • Trainers on this beach, as well as in Rosecove Gym, are usually called "Beach Bums" (male) and "Beach Babes" (female), which are unique Trainer Classes only found in this game. This also applies to the sole Trainer on Decca Beach much later.
  • Beach Babe Samantha — one of the two Trainers that are available for rematches on Battle Pier, was once the best spot for training the Speed of Pokémon because her Staryu and Starmie give out 4 Speed Effort Values in total.
    • Even though this spot was quickly taken over by Camper Pal on Route 9, she is still a viable hotspot for training Speed because Pal's Grovyle has Pursuit, which makes switching Pokémon much more dangerous.
  • Beach Babe Kaycee's Staryu and Seaking give out 2 Speed Effort Values and 2 Physical Attack Effort Values, making her optimal for training Pokémon that are fast and specialize in Physical moves.
  • This area had good RTD signal when it was first opened, but the signal has been jammed in later updates, likely to prevent players from spawn cheating on the Manaphy Event. Along with Crescent Town, these are the only 2 major settlements where RTD signal is poor.
  • The layout of Battle Pier is somewhat similar to the Nugget Bridge on Kanto Route 24. Players had to beat 5 Trainers one by one and later at the end, players would receive a reward, which was a Nugget.
  • The background music during the cutscene of Kyogre awakening is based on the theme for VS Champion Cynthia in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl and Platinum.
Roria
Roria.png
Towns Mitis TownCheshma TownLagoona Lake (Trenches) • Port Decca (Beach) • Crescent TownHaunted Badge
Cities Silvent CityArc BadgeBrimber CityBrimstone BadgeRosecove CityFloat Badge (Beach) • Anthian City (Housing Dist.Shopping Dist.Battle Dist.Soaring BadgeParkSewer) • Aredia CityCrater Badge (Old ArediaAredia Ruins) • Fluoruma CityHarvest BadgeFrostveil CityContrast Badge (Catacombs)
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Caves &
Mountains
Glistening GrottoSteam ChamberMt. Igneus (Igneus Depths) • Path of TruthSilver CoveMt. Cragonos (MinesCliffsPeakSanctuarySpringChamber of the Jewel) • Desert CatacombsNature's DenCalcite ChamberMartensite ChamberDendrite ChamberTitans' ThrongFreezing FissureOcean's OriginAborille Outpost (Demon's Tomb)
Islands Crescent Island (TownAborille Outpost) • Lost Islands (Deep Jungle) • Voltridia Island (Cavern) • Frigidia Island (Cavern) • Obsidia Island (Cavern)
Other
Locations
Gale ForestOld GraveyardSecret GroveGrove of DreamsFortulose ManorCosmeos Valley (Observatory) • Tinbell Tower (Construction Site) • Secret LabSafari ZoneEclipse BaseGene Lab
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