Near the Pokémon Center is Dewford Hall. Since Dewford Town is so far from the mainland, citizens are always eager to hear the latest news from newcomers. A man outside of the hall will tell the player about the current trendy phrase. If the player says that the current phrase is not the hip and trendy thing, he or she can change it. The trendy phrase also affects where Feebas appears.
There is no Poké Mart nor any place where the player can buy items.
Places in Town
The Dewford hall is located near the Pokémon Center. A man outside of the hall will tell the player about the current trendy phrase is not the hip and trendy thing, he or she can change it. The trendy phrase also affects where Feebas appears. If the player returns after obtaining the balance badge the player can get TM36 from a collector who will appear near the entrance.
The Dewford Gym is a Fighting-type Pokémon gym. Brawly is the gym leader here. He gives the Knuckle Badge to the trainers who can defeat him in a battle. You can refer to Dewford Town Gym
Gen III & Gen VI
Gen III & Gen VI
- Silk Scarf (Can be obtained from the Ace Trainer in a house)
- Old Rod (Can be obtained from an Fisherman)
- TM36 (Can be obtained from a collector after getting the Balance Badge)
- Training Ribbon OR/AS
Caves, Tunnels and Mountains
Rusturf Tunnel · Island Cave · Granite Cave · Desert Ruins · Jagged Pass · Fiery Path · Mt. Chimney · Meteor Falls
Scorched Slab · Ancient Tomb · Mt. Pyre · Shoal Cave · Aqua Hideout · Magma Hideout · Seafloor Cavern · Cave of Origin
Sky Pillar · Victory Road · Sealed Chamber · Artisan Cave E · Desert Underpass E · Marine Cave E · Terra Cave E
Places of Interest
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