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Pokemon Black/White Walkthrough - Freeze Badge
After receiving the Jet Badge from Skyla, go into the cannon nearby and leave the Gym.
Outside, you'll find N. He will speak with the first Pokemon in your party, telling you afterwards that your Pokemon believes you are a good Trainer. He thens goes on to speak of locating and find the Light and Dark Stones so as to resurrect a legendary Dragon-type Pokemon. After a bit more talking, he leaves.
When you regain control, go into the Pokemon Center and heal your party. Then go to the northeast onto Route 7 again.
____________________________________________________________________________ | Pokemon | Pokemon Type | Level Range | Encounter Method | |----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------| | Deerling | Grass/Normal | 26 | Grass | | Cubchoo | Ice | 26 to 28 | Grass | | Foongus | Grass/Poison | 29 | Grass | | Watchog | Normal | 27 | Grass | | Tranquill | Normal/Flying | 26 to 28 | Grass | | Zebstrika | Electric | 27 to 29 | Grass | | Audino | Normal | 26 to 29 | Grass (shaking) | | Unfezant | Normal/Flying | 29 | Grass (shaking) | | Emolga | Electric/Flying | 27 to 29 | Grass (shaking) | |============================================================================| | Trainers' Pokemon: Dwebble Lv. 30, Pansage Lv. 30 | | Palpitoad Lv. 29, Scolipede Lv. 29, Shelmet Lv. 29 | | Simisear Lv. 31 | | Liepard Lv. 32, Swoobat Lv. 32, Watchog Lv. 32 | | Minccino Lv. 31 | | Swadloon Lv. 30, Simipour Lv. 30, Tranquill Lv. 30 | | Solosis Lv. 31, Axew Lv. 31 | | Emolga Lv. 30, Sigilyph Lv. 30 | | Tynamo Lv. 29, Tranquill Lv. 29, Ducklett Lv. 29 | |____________________________________________________________________________|
Go north along the dirt road to the trading Hiker's house. Go east and north until you find Celestial Tower again. Go east from here and then north again and you'll soon come upon Twist Mountain.
____________________________________________________________________________ | Pokemon | Pokemon Type | Level Range | Encounter Method | |----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------| | Boldore | Rock | 28 to 31 | Walk around | | Cubchoo | Ice | 28 to 31 | Walk around | | Woobat | Psychic/Flying | 28 to 31 | Walk around | | Gurdurr | Fighting | 28 to 30 | Walk around | | Cryogonal | Ice | 28 to 31 | Walk around | | Drilbur | Ground | 28 to 31 | Walk around(swirl)| |============================================================================| | Trainers' Pokemon: Boldore Lv. 34, Gurdurr Lv. 34 | | Woobat Lv. 33, Boldore Lv. 33, Gurdurr Lv. 33 | | Vanillish Lv. 35, Gothorita Lv. 35, Duosion Lv. 35 | | Throh Lv. 36 | | Boldore Lv. 34, Excadrill Lv. 34 | | Swoobat Lv. 35 | | Boldore Lv. 33 (x3) | | Excadrill Lv. 35, Boldore Lv. 33 (x2) | | Duosion Lv. 34, Musharna Lv. 34 | | Woobat Lv. 34, Boldore Lv. 34 | | Sawk Lv. 36 | | Gurdurr Lv. 34, Boldore Lv. 34 | |____________________________________________________________________________|
As you approach Twist Mountain's large stairway, Cheren shows up and challenges you to a battle!
_____________________________ | BOSS: PKMN Trainer Cheren \ |______________________________\_____________________________________________ | Pokemon: Unfezant (Lv. 33) Normal/Flying | | Liepard (Lv. 33) Dark | | Simisear [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 33) Fire <--, | | Simipour [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 33) Water <--+- Only 1. | | Simisage [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 33) Grass <--' | | Dewott [if you chose Tepig] (Lv. 35) Water <--, | | Servine [if you chose Oshawott] (Lv. 35) Grass <--+- Only 1.| | Pignite [if you chose Snivy] (Lv. 35) Fire/Fighting <--' | |----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | Unfezant is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to Ghost and | | Ground. | | | | Liepard is weak to Bug and Fighting. It's immune to Psychic. | | | | Simisear is weak to Rock, Water, and Ground. | | | | Simipour is weak to Grass and Electric. | | | | Simisage is weak to Flying, Ice, Fire, Poison, and Bug. | | | | Dewott is weak to Grass and Electric. | | | | Servine is weak to Flying, Fire, Ice, Bug, and Poison. | | | | Pignite is weak to Flying, Psychic, Water, Rock, and Ground. | | | | Recommendations: Your starter at Lv. 36+ may be okay against Cheren's | | simian, since they're both the same type, generally. As for Cheren's | | starter, your simian Pokemon should have that covered at Lv. 36+. As for | | the other two, either one of them should be able to handle it. | |____________________________________________________________________________|
After Cheren's defeat, the Unova Champion, Alder, hops down from an above ledge and gives you HM03, Surf. This a Water-type move of 95-Power (142.5 on a Water-type; 285 for one who uses it with one-type super-effectiveness; and 570 for usage on a double-super-effectiveness). It also hits all Pokemon on the field, except the user. It is definitely worth putting on a Water-type. Later on, you can also use it cross water outside of battle (like those rivers on Route 6).
Anyhow, when you regain control, go up the stairs and west. Battle and defeat the Hiker, then go on in.
Inside, go north until you find Cheren with Clay. After a quick conversation, you regain control. Go east and outside.
Follow this walkway north and you'll find a Revive. Return to where the Worker was and go east and past the doorway to find a Full Heal. Return to the unused doorway and go on in.
Inside, go along the path. You'll soon find and battle a Hiker. Go along the first branch north to find an Ace Trainer; the second leads to a Battle Girl. Go through the northwestern doorway and go south and battle the Worker. Go north to the next unused doorway. Go southeast and look around using the Dowsing MCHN -- you'll find a hidden Stardust in one of the mounds, as well as another Worker to battle.
Go past this worker and you'll find a Moon Stone near a rock pile. Go down the stairway and through the doorway. Go south to find some mounds again, with another Worker in the southwestern one. Go to the mound due east of this Worker to find another Stardust.
Go west and through the doorway. Follow the path to the northeast and you can pick up a Max Potion. Go back the other way and you'll find another doorway, to the north of which you'll find an Ether. Go through this doorway and east. Go north when first possible to find a Nugget. Grab it and use the Dowsing MCHN to find a Revive nearby. Return to the original path and take the second north branch to find another hidden Worker in the northwest corner of the room.
Go west and grab the PP Up, then east and through the doorway. Battle the Doctor nearby, who will heal your Pokemon afterwards and whenever you speak to him. Go north and through the first doorway you will find, then further north to find a Hiker.
Defeat him and go north through another doorway. Then descend the stairs to your northwest and battle the Black Belt at their bottom. Go up the western stairs afterwards and pick up the Ultra Ball. Go down the south path. Use the Dowsing MCHN near the mounds to find a Protein; another mound has a battle-able Worker.
Go thorugh the southwestern doorway. You'll be in the crater of Twist Mountain. There will be a vending machine nearby; use it if needed. Then go east from the vending machine and go down the stairs to the southwest and through into the mountain. Go east and past a Worker. You'll find this huge ice block in the center of this room. Later on, if you happen to Poke Transfer (or Relocate, if that's possible) an Eevee and level it up in here, it will evolve into the Ice-type Eevee-lution known as Glaceon. You'll also find TM91 (Flash Cannon) in the northeastern corner of the room. It is a Steel-type move that may lower the target's Special Defense.
Return outside and go to the northeastern doorway. Walk north and you'll find Cheren and a Team Plasma Grunt near the exit. Another Grunt will come in, saying they've gotten what they were looking for. They'll leave and Cheren says that he'll stay here to think about what he'll do after he becomes a powerful Pokemon Trainer.
When you regain control, go east and out of Twist Mountain, into Icirrus City.
____________________________________________________________________________ | Pokemon | Pokemon Type | Level Range | Encounter Method | |----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------| | Palpitoad | Water/Ground | 30 to 32 | Puddles | | Shelmet | Bug | 30 to 32 | Puddles | | Stunfisk | Electric/Ground | 31 to 32 | Puddles | |~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~| | Please note that the puddles can only be walked upon, and Pokemon within | | them found, during the seasons of spring, summer, and autumn. During | | winter, they are iced-over and function like the ice of the Cold Storage. | |~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~| | Stunfisk | Electric/Ground | 15 to 40 | Surf | | Seismitoad | Water/Ground | 15 to 40 | Surf (bubble) | |============================================================================| | Trainers' Pokemon: No Trainers are found in this area. | |____________________________________________________________________________|
As you enter Icirrus, you'll find Cedric. He'll approach and talk with you, primarily of Dragonspiral Tower, which happens to be to the north to Icirrus. Cedric soon goes there.
When you regain control, head on over to the Pokemon Center and heal your Pokemon. Speak with elderly lady inside to receive TM31 (Brick Break), a decent Fighting-type move that can get rid of the stat-boosting barriers like Reflect and Light Screen. The man by the counter will buy the Gems you find every now in then in those dust swirls in caverns.
Leave and go to the house south of the Gym. Inside, you'll find the Pokemon Fan Club. Speak with the old guy in the hate. If you show him a Pokemon that has gained 25 - 49 levels (such as your starter) since you caught/received it, you will be given another EXP. Share. That's the only thing worth mentioning for here. However, showing him that has gained 50 - 98 levels nets you a Cleanse Tag. If you show him a Pokemon you hatched from an Egg and leveled it Lv. 100 (ie. gained 99 levels), you'll be given the King's ROck.
Go into the house to the east of the Gym. Inside, the three residents will give you a simple Pep Quiz. For winning it, you'll receive an Antidote; for losing, you receive a Parlyz Heal. This can happen once daily.
During the winter months, go to the southeast corner of the city and into the house. Speak with the purple-haired woman inside to get a RageCandyBar. If you bring it to the Desort Resort where those statues were, and give it to a statue, you'll be allowed to battle a wild Darmanitan at Lv. 30 or so. If you need a Fire type, it would be a decent idea to Fly there.
Speaking of winter, during those months, go south of the Pokemon Fan Club and you'll be able to receive a Rare Candy unobtainable otherwise. There should also be a winter-only item near there, but I forgot to note of it.
Anyhow, go into the northwestern corner of Icirrus and into the Gym.
When you regain control, go east and out of Twist Mountain, into Icirrus City.
____________________________________________________________________________ | Pokemon | Pokemon Type | Level Range | Encounter Method | |----------------+----------------------+---------------+--------------------| | No wild Pokemon can be found in this location. | |============================================================================| | Trainers' Pokemon: Cubchoo Lv. 35 (x2), Cryogonal Lv. 35 | | Cryogonal Lv. 37 | | Cubchoo Lv. 37 | | Cubchoo Lv. 36, Vanillish Lv. 36 | | Vanillish Lv. 36 (x2) | | Vanillish Lv. 36, Cubchoo Lv. 36 | |____________________________________________________________________________|
The Icirrus City Gym trains Pokemon of the Ice type -- literally. Not one Pokemon here has a double-typing; it is all Ice. Pokemon of this typing are weak to Fire, Rock, Steel, and Fighting and are advantageous over Grass, Ground, Dragon, and Flying.
Go forward and speak with the white-haired guy to receive your customary Fresh Water. Go north onto the ice and you'll slide into a curved bumper that directs you onto a blue square. Go east and battle the Black Belt. Then go north and step on the switch to rotate the curve. Go west and you'll land near a Battle Girl. Battle and defeat her. Go to the east and you'll go across a ramp, to part two.
You'll find a Black Belt nearby. Defeat him and go east onto the ice, then north, east, and north to battle a Battle Girl. Then go south onto the ice, then east onto solid ground. Go south around the rock, and west into the curve. From the blue square, go north onto the switch, then north to a rock, then west. Get onto the arrow-like object and go south into the curve. Go west and up the stairs, then across the ice.
Battle the Battle Girl nearby. Then go onto the ice going west, then north into the curve. Go east, north, and east into the curve again. Go north to find a four-tile path. Go north onto the ice to fight a Black Belt. Go northeast and onto the switch. Go east onto the pointy tile and go south into the curve. Then go west, south, west and into the curve, then north. Go up the stairs to find Brycen. Speak with him to battle.
___________________________ | BOSS: Gym Leader Brycen \ |____________________________\_______________________________________________ | Pokemon: Vanillish (Lv. 37) Ice | | Cryogonal (Lv. 37) Ice | | Bearctic (Lv. 39) Ice | |----------------------------------------------------------------------------| | All three of these Pokemon are weak to Fire, Fighting, Rock, and Steel. | | They each are type-basedly advantageous over Grass, Dragon, Ground, and | | Flying. They have no resistances save for Ice itself. The only other | | thing, opponent-wise, to mention is Beartic's powerful Icicle Crush (Ice | | move of Physical origin that has a 3-in-10 chance of flinching you). | | | | Recommendations: Your Fire-type starter/simian at Lv. 40+ will manage | | this. If you lack one (if you chose Snivy), your next best choice would | | be to use Darumaka/Darmanitan (Lv. 39+). If you cannot get one, then your | | Water-type starter/simian is a good choice as, despite not doing the most | | damage, they are resistant to Ice moves. | |____________________________________________________________________________|
After this battle, you are given the penultimate Unova badge, the Freeze Badge. You'll also be given TM79, Freeze Breath, an Ice-type move that is always critical.
Go west and down the stairs to the ice path. Then exit.