Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 walkthrough, Part Thirty-Five: Undella Bay

Pokemon (all found while Surfing)
Black 2 or White 2?
Rarity
Season
Frillish
Both
Common
All
Jellicent (whirlpools)
Both
Common
Never in Winter
Mantine (whirlpools)
Both
Rare
Never in Winter
Mantyke
Both
Common
Never in Winter
Remoraid
Both
Rare
All
Sealeo (whirlpools)
Both
Common
Only in Winter
Spheal
Both
Common
Only in Winter
Wailmer (whirlpools)
Both
Common
All
Wailord (whirlpools)
Both
Rare
All

Undella Town is a tiny resort for the richest and most powerful of Unova, and Undella Bay may be the reason for the ritzy environment. Not only is it a spacious, warm, suitably-tropical waterhole paradise for its residents, it presides over ruins filled with fabulous treasures. That might explain why Undella Town's people are so rich in the first place.

Begin at the tip of Undella Bay's western beach, where you found the Draco Plate in the last walkthrough, and Surf out into the Bay. Almost immediately you'll be confronted by a trainer.

Swimmer Matt

  • Mantyke, level 39

Reward: 624 Pokedollars

To the north of this trainer you'll see a path lined with rocks. Go up it to face another trainer in the water.

Swimmer Arissa

  • Alomolmola, level 39

Reward: 624 Pokedollars

North of here is the southern entrance to Seaside Cave, a location you'll have to explore later in the game. At the moment the entrance is largely blocked by a trainer and his pokémon, and he'll refuse to battle you - or move. Jerk. (Though you can still catch pokémon in the small space you're allotted, if you want.) Leave for now and Surf back to Undella Bay.

Continue east. You'll soon see a dark spot in the water. This is a Dive spot, and later, when you HAVE Dive, you can sink down into the water and visit the Abyssal Ruins at the bottom of Undella Bay. You currently lack Dive, so settle for challenging the nearby trainer.

Swimmer Mitzi

  • Spheal, level 38
  • Wailmer, level 38

Reward: 608 Pokedollars

You'll find the edge of the Bay if you continue east, so Surf south a full screen and begin heading back west. You'll find another patrolling trainer.

Swimmer Bart

  • Basculin, level 39

Reward: 624 Pokedollars

You'll see two more Dive spots on your way back to the western shore. Once there, go south another screen and Surf towards the east yet again. You won't get very far before you run into a set of shallows occupied by a single trainer.

Ace Trainer Summer

  • Pelipper, level 40
  • Starmie, level 40

Reward: 2400 Pokedollars

South of her is a Splash Plate, which boosts any water-type moves a pokémon may have. Nifty. Grab it, then pop back into the water and Surf east to find yet another swimmer near a Dive point.

Swimmer Tim

  • Sealeo, level 39

Reward: 624 Pokedollars

Beating Tim will, at least for the moment, bring your Undella Bay odyssey to an end. Once the game comes to a close and you're pursuing the post-game content you'll be back here, as you'll then have access to Dive. For now, content yourself with Surfing around and catching pokémon from the whirlpools that form - there are some really good water-types hereabouts, and if you come in Winter you'll find a dual water- and ice-type that could help you dominate the Pokémon League's champion.

Done with Undella Bay? Then it's off to Route 14 to continue the side quest exploration!

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