Team Magma Hideout is a location in Hoenn. It was the base of Team Magma in
, Pokémon Emerald and Pokémon Omega Ruby. In Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Omega Ruby, it’s near Lilycove City, while in Pokémon Emerald it’s near the Jagged Pass exit.
In Pokémon Emerald, the Team Magma Lair is instead inside the mountain Chimney, with the entrance at Jagged Pass.
Team Magma Hideout is located in a small cove in Lilycove City Bay. You need Surf to enter the base. There are several green warp pads around the hideout. Step on them to teleport to a new area.
Go to the Jagged Pass in Emerald. You can use the Magma Emblem to open the Magma Hideout in Jagged Pass. Go through the hideout and fight Maxie at the end, then exit the hideout.
As a port city, Lilycove reflects Slateport with its impressive size, picturesque lighthouse and sprawling harbor. The main attraction is Lilycove Department Store, while the Contest Hall, Lilycove Museum and Cove Lily Motel are also located here.
Lilycove is south-east of Fortree, near the sea. The western entrance to the city is Route 121, which leads to Mt. Pyre and the Safari Zone. To the east is Route 124, the open sea and both Team Magma HideoutROR or Team Aqua HideoutSEAS< / b>.
After the leader of Team Magma/Aqua resurrects Groudon/Kyogre, enter Route 126 to Sootopolis City, home of the Origin Cave.
Though it usually has 70% accuracy, Thunder is a guaranteed hit in the rain, and since Kyogre always brings rain, Thunder is a great move for this. One of the common ways to deal with Kyogre is using Water-type Pokémon that resist Gargoyles or Hydropump.
Location of Route 122 in Hoenn. Route 122 (Japanese: １２２番水道 Water Route 122) is a water route in central Hoenn, connecting Route 121 and Route 123. Mt. Pyre is on an island in the middle of the route.p>
Mountain. Chimney is a volcanic mountain in the northern half of Hoenn, just northeast of Lavaridge Town. At its southern base is Route 112, the Cable Car Base Station, and both the northern and southern openings of the Fiery Path, a tunnel through the mountain itself.