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Ruby and Sapphire
- Pokémon Center
- Poké Mart - you can buy TMs here, talk to the second clerk
- Bike Shop - Here, you can talk to the owner and get either a Mach Bike or an Acro Bike. Also, if you want to switch bikes, you can talk to the owner again when you go back each time.
- Mauville City Gym - At the Mauville Gym, you have to get through the electric doors by defeating trainers. After you do that, you can fight Wattson, the Gym Leader. He uses Electric-type Pokémon and after you beat him, you will receive the Dynamo Badge and TM34, Shock Wave.
- Rock Smash Guy's House- Here, if you talk to the man sitting at the table, you can get HM06 Rock Smash.
Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby
- Mauville Food Court- Battle Trainers on the right turn to get a nugget daily.
- Reflexology Place- Makes your leader Pokemon more friendly to you daily.
- Battle Institute- Here you can try a Battle Test if you have beaten the Champion Steven Stone.
- Inverse Battle Stop- Here you can battle a Trainer with the type matchup backwards.
- Ultimate Move Studio- Here you can teach Pokemon moves like Blast Burn and Frenzy Plant.
- Pledge Move Dojo- Here you can teach your Pokemon a Pledge move (Fire Pledge, Water Pledge, Grass Pledge). They are useful for Double and Triple Battles.
- Crooner's Cafe- Talk to the bald guy to get your Keldeo or Meloetta to learn a move.
- Mauville Game Corner- Talk to the bald guy in front to get a Torchic, Mudkip, and Treecko Doll (starter doesn't matter)
- PokeMileage Center- Trade PokeMiles for Prizes.
- Rizzy Ribbon Retail- Buy Ribbons for your Pokemon.
- Main article: Mauville City Gym
In the anime
As per usual with game locations, Mauville is much larger in the anime. Ash wins his only Gym badge to occur via sweep (mechanical Raikou supercharged Pikachu) here.
Ever Grande Conference winner Tyson is from here.
Ruby and Sapphire
Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
Ruby and Sapphire
- X Speed
- Coin Case
- Mach/Acro Bike
- TM34 (Shock Wave)
- Basement Key
- TM24 (Thunderbolt)
- HM06 (Rock Smash)
- Mauville City undergoes a significant design overhaul in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, going from a small, eight-building city to a large, mall-like structure.
- As Hoenn corresponds to Kyūshū, Mauville corresponds to the city of Kumamoto.
- Mauville City's name comes from "mauve" (a pale pinkish-purple color) and "-ville," a suffix used in city names. Kinsetsu City, its Japanese name, may come from 菫 (kin, violet).
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 · Altering Cave E · Artisan Cave E · Desert Underpass E · Marine Cave E · Terra Cave E
Places of Interest
Devon Corporation · Oceanic Museum · New Mauville · Mirage Tower · Weather Institute · Safari Zone · Mirage Island
Battle Tower RSE · Battle FrontierE · Trainer Hill E · Abandoned Ship RSE · Battle Maison ORAS · Battle Resort ORAS
Mirage Spots ORAS · Sea Mauville ORAS · Secret Islet ORAS · Secret Shore ORAS · Secret Meadow ORAS
|Other regions: Kanto (Sevii Islands) · Johto · Hoenn · Sinnoh (Battle Zone) · Unova · Kalos · Alola · Galar (Isle of Armor · Crown Tundra)|
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