Once ignorant of her role in Team Rocket's operation, she had always done what she was told. She now questions this role, and flips a switch that reverses a pair of tiles leading to the entrance, giving the player a chance to prepare for the final two battles. The final Rocket, another Admin, accuses the player of sowing confusion among their ranks by claiming that the team has disbanded. He aims to put a stop to this.
Seeing the player's Earth Badge, he realizes that the organization needs to regroup. He vows to find Giovanni and resurrect Team Rocket before he and the others disappear. Continue on to the northeast room to confront Gideon.
The southern island is home to the gravesite of a Trainer's beloved Onix, nicknamed Tectonix. If the player leaves a Lemonade, Tectonix's favorite drink, on the stone pillar, its grieving Trainer will give her TM42 (Facade) as a thank-you gift.
Water Labyrinth is a small ocean route that leads northward from Five Island. Surf westward through the maze of sea rocks—with no more than five Pokémon—to reach the tiny bit of land on the west end. The old man on south side will give a Pokémon Egg if the lead Pokémon has a high friendship rating. This Egg will eventually hatch into a Togepi.
Resort Gorgeous is an east-west ocean route that consists of several small islands on Five Island's north side. The center island's cottage belongs to Selphy, who is currently away. Lost Cave is located on the eastern island.
Lost Cave is a tiny island cave that is always covered in heavy fog from the ocean. Because of this, visitors are easily disoriented, and often find themselves back at the entrance. To fully explore the cave, The player must take note of the number of rocks in each room; this number indicates the clock position of the path forward. Traveling in the opposite direction will lead to an item.
In the final room, the player meets Selphy, a wealthy Lady who has gotten lost while exploring the cave. Rather than express her thanks for being rescued, she challenges the player to a battle.
She then returns to her cottage with the player. After that, she will ask to see certain Pokémon, and will have her butler Sebastian reward the player with an expensive item each time. However, she will grow bored rather quickly and ask to see a new Pokémon.
At this point, once the Network Machine is up and running, one of the legendary beasts will begin to roam the Kanto region. The one that appears will have an advantage against the player's starter Pokémon; Entei for Bulbasaur, Suicune for Charmander, and Raikou for Squirtle. It will attempt to flee as soon as battle begins, so use moves like Mean Look or abilities like Arena Trap to prevent escape, and status problems to wear it down. Before you work on trying to catch it through this method make sure to save.
Due to a game glitch, if the roaming legendary beast is Raikou or Entei, and if they use Roar to escape, they will disappear from the game completely and therefore you must use a soft reset to make them reappear, otherwise you'll have to start a new game and go through the main game again to make them reappear. It would also be recommended to use a Master Ball here unless if you want to save it for Mewtwo.
The resident on the bridge offers to teach Swords Dance to one of the player's Pokémon. Swords Dance raises the user's Attack by two levels, or 100% of the original value.
The northernmost island is home to Trainer Tower, a facility where challengers can participate in several different battle modes: Single, Double, Knockout, and Mixed. The goal is to battle through eight floors of opponents and reach the rooftop as soon as possible; beating the default time for each mode earns challengers a rare item. Battles do not award experience or money, and the levels of the opposing Trainers' Pokémon match that of the player's highest-leveled party Pokémon.
A recommended team for Knockout mode at this tower is as follows:
Sevault Canyon is a long, narrow valley leading southward to the ocean. The difficult terrain serves as a training ground for elite Trainers. A small cave known as Tanoby Key is located on the valley's north side.
Tanoby Key is a small cave with several boulders and pressure switches. Activating every switch causes a mysterious rumble somewhere far away.
The Chansey Dance
The house on the canyon's south side belongs to a man and his Chansey. If visitors decide to join in the Chansey Dance, the upbeat activity will fully heal their Pokémon.