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Victory Road
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Victory Road - Rock 1
Information
Special features

Legendary Pokémon

Items

Max Ether, Rare Candy, Aggronite

Connected areas

Huron Town, Quasar Plateau

Location
Map Victory Road

Victory Road is the player's final challenge to overcome before being able to access the Pokémon League. It connects Huron Town and the Quasar Plateau together and is also divided into three sections: A rock, an ice, and a magnet section.

WalkthroughEdit

Because of the sheer size of Victory Road, this walkthrough will be divided according to the different sections encountered within this dungeon.

TIP: Bring a Pokémon or HM Item capable of using Surf, Dive, and Waterfall before progressing any further into this location.

Victory Road - RockEdit

The first area of Victory Road consists of a two-floor gigantic labyrinth filled with trainers and bodies of water that the player will need to use Dive to pass through. After passing the first Hiker and proceeding to the next floor will be a corridor which leads up to a series of ledges the player will need to weave their way through. The next floor presents the player with two options: They can either go west and obtain a Max Ether at the end of the path or go south, fight the Burglar, and then use Surf and Dive to reach the next destination. After resurfacing, battling their way past the Sailor, and then entering the next floor, the player will begin to encounter the true horrors of Victory Road.

The next area consists of a massive maze of jagged rocks which can be quite confusing to navigate through. To make it through this area as quickly as possible, go up immediately after heading down the ladder; going to the left will present the player with a dead end and they will be forced to go back up to the previous floor in order to try again. After starting upward from the ladder, take the first left and head down the path until a fork in the path is reached. Take the path downward and follow it by heading downward again on the path that doesn't lead to a dead end. As the player continues to follow this path they will eventually encounter another fork that either takes them left or continues downward; the path downward will lead the player to the exit.

The next floor becomes more straightforward, though it does force the player to face several more trainers. Before battling Gentleman Guthgog, the player has the option of continuing north or heading east. The eastern path takes the player to a Rare Candy while the northern path leads to the exit to the next floor at the end of another short water route. Continuing along this path and through another underwater passage will lead the trainer to two Cool Trainers and then yet another patch of water that requires the player to use Dive. However, when the trainer resurfaces again they will be given two different options: They may either take the waterfall north or continue east into another patch of deeper water. Ignore the deep water for now, as it leads to a dead end at the moment. Head up the waterfall and into the doorway at the top, which leads to the ice section of Victory Road.

Victory Road - IceEdit

The player is now faced with a massive sliding ice puzzle where taking one wrong step can cause the player to fall down to the floor below, which will take them right back to the beginning of the area. To pass the first part of the ice, walk directly to the right of where the player enters the area, then go up, left, down, right, and then up again. The player is free to move around for a bit on this gravel area, but to proceed to the next section the player should head all the way up into the northeastern corner of the gravel area and then run straight to the left, then go up, right, down, left, up, right, down, left, up, right, down, right, and then up yet again. Walk up the stairs to reach a third gravel area and the final ice puzzle. This area is slightly more forgiving as it is both easier to navigate through and also creates a new checkpoint to start from in the event that the player falls into a hole in this area. While standing directly to the left of the ladder to the lower floor, move up, left, down, right, up, left, down, right, up again, and then head into the doorway on the right which takes the player to the magnet section.

Victory Road - MagnetEdit

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Illustration of the invisible walls in Victory Road - Magnet

The final section of Victory Road is potentially the most frustrating challenge that the player must overcome in order to make it to the Quasar Plateau. To pass through this area the player must navigate through an invisible maze placed all throughout both the upper and lower portions of the room. Use the image to the right as a guide through the invisible corridors.

After passing the first section the path will appear to allow the player to head to the right, past the wall that requires Rock Climb to navigate, but this is merely a trick; yet another invisible wall prevents the player from accessing this area until they have obtained TM128 Rock Climb. So instead, head towards the portion of the magnet section that lies to the north.

Upon reaching the end of this hellish maze the player will find Jake waiting for them with two of his grunts. Beware that the next cutscene will begin as soon as the player walks into the gap between the two ledges, so the player should save and heal before this point if their Pokémon are weakened as there is no opportunity for the player to heal between the three battles ahead.

After defeating Jake and his grunts, they will disappear, and the player will finally be able to reach the Quasar Plateau.

After Obtaining TM128 Rock ClimbEdit

Victory Road is home to 3 different Legendary Pokémon: Regirock, Regice, and Registeel. All three of these Pokémon appear in the sections of Victory Road corresponding to their types and require Rock Climb in order to be accessed. Additionally, the player will need to bring Strength and Rock Smash to reach them after using Rock Climb to access their hidden rooms. All three of these Legendaries are at level 50 when encountered.

Obtainable ItemsEdit

Item Location
Maxether Max Ether Head past the first body of water when entering from Huron Town and run all the way to the end of the path
Rarecandy Rare Candy After passing the maze of jagged rocks, travel down the path that heads right immediately before reaching Gentleman Guthgog
Aggronite Aggronite Accessible directly after passing the maze of jagged rocks (requires both Wormhole and Rock Climb to access)

Rival BattleEdit

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Rival Jake








If the player chose BellsproutEdit

Pokémon Level Moves
735

Klefki

60 Thunder Wave Swagger Substitute Foul Play
254

Sceptile

60 Quick Attack Brick Break Screech Leaf Blade
560

Scrafty

62 Crunch Hi Jump Kick Rock Climb Swagger
306

Aggron

63 Iron Tail Bulldoze Rock Polish Smack Down
467

Magmortar

64 Confuse Ray Fire Blast Faint Attack Focus Blast
385

Jirachi*

65 Double-Edge Iron Head Doom Desire Psychic
494

Victini*

65 Blue Flare Bolt Strike Zen Headbutt Psychic
Reward: PokémonDollar4160

If the player chose MagbyEdit

Pokémon Level Moves
735

Klefki

60 Thunder Wave Swagger Substitute Foul Play
006

Charizard

60 Fire Fang Dragon Claw Slash Wing Attack
560

Scrafty

62 Crunch Hi Jump Kick Rock Climb Swagger
306

Aggron

63 Iron Tail Bulldoze Rock Polish Smack Down
230

Kingdra

64 Ice Beam Dragon Pulse Hydro Pump Agility
385

Jirachi*

65 Double-Edge Iron Head Doom Desire Psychic
494

Victini*

65 Blue Flare Bolt Strike Zen Headbutt Psychic
Reward: PokémonDollar4160

If the player chose HorseaEdit

Pokémon Level Moves
735

Klefki

60 Thunder Wave Swagger Substitute Foul Play
160

Feraligatr

60 Dragon Claw Crunch Ice Fang Agility
560

Scrafty

62 Crunch Hi Jump Kick Rock Climb Swagger
306

Aggron

63 Iron Tail Bulldoze Rock Polish Smack Down
071

Victreebel

64 Gastro Acid Poison Powder Leaf Tornado Venoshock
385

Jirachi*

65 Double-Edge Iron Head Doom Desire Psychic
494

Victini*

65 Blue Flare Bolt Strike Zen Headbutt Psychic
Reward: PokémonDollar4160

TrainersEdit

Victory Road - RockEdit

Trainer Pokémon Level
Hiker

Hiker Honey Boo Boo

076 Golem 63
448 Lucario 64
297 Hariyama 64
530 Excadrill 64
Rewards: PokémonDollar2048
Trainer Pokémon Level
Scientist

Scientist Gord

311 Plusle 65
312 Minun 65
Rewards: PokémonDollar3120
Trainer Pokémon Level
Burglar

Burglar Gotenhort

105 Marowak 64
303a Mawile 64
424 Ambipom 64
106 Hitmonlee 64
Rewards: PokémonDollar5632
Trainer Pokémon Level
Sailor

Sailor Tokor

340 Whiscash 64
369 Relicanth 64
516 Simipour 64
350 Milotic 65
195 Quagsire 64
Rewards: PokémonDollar2080
Trainer Pokémon Level
Cooltrainer

Cool Trainer Ganzmar

615 Cryogonal 64
142 Aerodactyl 65
262 Mightyena 64
212 Scizor 64
101 Electrode 64
Rewards: PokémonDollar3900
Trainer Pokémon Level
Cooltrainerf

Cool Trainer Mia

178 Xatu 64
630 Mandibuzz 64
479 Rotom 64
134 Vaporeon 65
Rewards: PokémonDollar3900
Trainer Pokémon Level
Gentleman

Cool Trainer Guthgog

555 Darmanitan 65
143 Snorlax 66
476 Probopass 66
196 Espeon 65
Rewards: PokémonDollar4752
Trainer Pokémon Level
Youngster

Youngster Pete

045 Vileplume 66
269 Dustox 66
478 Froslass 66
Rewards: PokémonDollar1056
Trainer Pokémon Level
Cooltrainer

Cool Trainer Derek

222 Corsola 65
065 Alakazam 66
199 Slowking 66
523 Zebstrika 67
Rewards: PokémonDollar4020
Trainer Pokémon Level
Cooltrainer

Cool Trainer Bradley

428 Lopunny 66
302 Sableye 66
122 Mr. Mime 66
Rewards: PokémonDollar3960

Victory Road - IceEdit

Trainer Pokémon Level
Cooltrainer

Cool Trainer Huffington

212 Scizor 66
214 Heracross 66
127 Pinsir 67
212 Mr. Mime 66
Rewards: PokémonDollar4020

Victory Road - MagnetEdit

Trainer Pokémon Level
Youngster

Swag Grunt

560 Scrafty 67
560 Scrafty 67
560 Scrafty 67
560 Scrafty 67
Rewards: PokémonDollar5025
Trainer Pokémon Level
Youngster

Swag Grunt

248 Tyranitar 67
248 Tyranitar 67
248 Tyranitar 67
248 Tyranitar 67
Rewards: PokémonDollar5025

Encounterable PokémonEdit

Rock Section 1Edit

Pokémon Games Levels Chance
Cave
068 Machamp Z O 52-54 20%
525 Boldore Z O 52-54 20%
530 Excadrill Z O 52-54 20%
619 Mienfoo Z O 52-54 14%
621 Druddigon Z O 52-54 20%
634 Zweilous Z O 52-54 6%
Water
130 Gyarados Z O 52-54 10%
195 Quagsire Z O 52-54 30%
340 Whiscash Z O 52-54 60%
Underwater
369 Relicanth Z O 52-54  ??%
565 Carracosta Z O 52-54  ??%
Special Pokémon
377 Regirock Z O 50 One

Rock Section 2Edit

Pokémon Games Levels Chance
Cave
297 Hariyama Z O 52-54  ??%
308 Medicham Z O 52-54  ??%
525 Boldore Z O 52-54  ??%
530 Excadrill Z O 52-54  ??%
621 Druddigon Z O 52-54  ??%
634 Zweilous Z O 52-54  ??%
Water
130 Gyarados Z O 52-54 10%
195 Quagsire Z O 52-54 30%
340 Whiscash Z O 52-54 60%
Underwater
369 Relicanth Z O 52-54  ??%
565 Carracosta Z O 52-54  ??%

Ice SectionEdit

Pokémon Games Levels Chance
Cave
461 Weavile Z O 52-54 14%
473 Mamoswine Z O 52-54 20%
584 Vanilluxe Z O 52-54 20%
614 Beartic Z O 52-54 20%
615 Cryogonal Z O 52-54 20%
634 Zweilous Z O 52-54 6%
Special Pokémon
378 Regice Z O 50 One

Magnet SectionEdit

Pokémon Games Levels Chance
Cave
208 Steelix Z O 52-54 40%
248 Tyranitar Z O 52-54 20%
306 Aggron Z O 52-54 20%
376 Metagross Z O 52-54 18%
437 Bronzong Z O 52-54 20%
634 Zweilous Z O 52-54 2%
Special Pokémon
379 Registeel Z O 50 One

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