Kalos Route 16

Kalos
Route 16
16番道路
Route 16
Kalos Route 16 XY.png
Map description
This rustic path beside the glittering metropolis of Lumiose City is a well-known fishing spot.
Required for navigation
Connecting locations
 
Route 15 and Lost Hotel
 
Lumiose City
Route 16


Location
Kalos Route 16
Location of Route 16 in Kalos.
Pokémon world routes
Route 15       Route 17

Route 16 (Japanese: 16番道路 Route 16) is a route in central Kalos, connecting Route 15 and Lumiose City. The route is also known as Mélancolie Path (Japanese: トリスト通り Triste Path).

Route description

Route 16 is a winding route that connects Route 15 in the northeast to Lumiose City in the west. The route is laden with golden yellow leaves which may conceal items or Trainers. On the far northeast end, near the path to Route 15, is an entrance to the Lost Hotel. In the southwest, near the gate to Lumiose City, lays a small pond that's popular among Fishermen. Next to the pond is a small house called the Fishing Shack, from which the player can obtain a Super Rod.

Items

Item Location Games
  Max Revive On the second floor of the Lost Hotel's ruins, in the northwestern corner (hidden)  X  Y 
  Rare Candy ×2
  • At the northeast of the long grass on the west side of the Lost Hotel (requires Cut)
  • Southeast of the Fishing Shack, on the rock at the end of the path (requires Strength) (hidden)
 X  Y 
  Manectite South of the mound Roller Skaters Jet and Olle skate around (post-game, between 8:00 and 8:59 PM; requires an upgraded Mega Ring)  X 
  Houndoominite South of the mound Roller Skaters Jet and Olle skate around (post-game, between 8:00 and 8:59 PM; requires an upgraded Mega Ring)  Y 
  Lum Berry In front of the Berry tree in the southeast of the route (regenerates after 7 days)  X  Y 
  Big Mushroom West of the long grass south of the Lum Berry tree, one pace west of the grass and one pace north of the edge of the path (pile of leaves, hidden)  X  Y 
  Max Potion East of the long grass south of the Lum Berry tree, in the southeastern-most corner of the route (pile of leaves)  X  Y 
  Super Rod From a Fisherman in the Fishing Shack  X  Y 
  Dive Ball ×21
  • Given by a man in the Fishing Shack if the player pulls up the same Pokémon via fishing more than seven times in a row (×20)
  • In the northwestern-most corner of the route, north of the Fishing Shack
 X  Y 
  Fist Plate Southeast of the Fishing Shack (requires Strength)  X  Y 
  Repel North of the Fishing Shack, on the middle platform, west of Fisherman Seward (hidden)  X  Y 

Pokémon

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
  Foongus
X Y
  Tall grass
34, 36 20%
  Klefki
X Y
  Tall grass
34-35 9%
  Phantump
X Y
  Tall grass
35 10%
  Pumpkaboo
Small Size
X Y
  Tall grass
35-36 20%
  Pumpkaboo
Average Size
X Y
  Tall grass
34-35 30%
  Pumpkaboo
Large Size
X Y
  Tall grass
36 10%
  Pumpkaboo
Super Size
X Y
  Tall grass
36 1%
Yellow flowers
  Weepinbell
X Y
  Yellow flowers
35-36 20%
  Floatzel
X Y
  Yellow flowers
35-36 20%
  Skorupi
X Y
  Yellow flowers
34-35 20%
  Foongus
X Y
  Yellow flowers
34, 36 20%
  Klefki
X Y
  Yellow flowers
34-36 10%
  Phantump
X Y
  Yellow flowers
35 10%
Horde Encounter
  Murkrow
X Y
  Horde Encounter
18 60%
  Foongus
X Y
  Horde Encounter
18 35%
  Klefki
X Y
  Horde Encounter
19 5%
Surfing
  Lombre
X Y
  Surfing
34-36 66%
  Floatzel
X Y
  Surfing
34, 36 34%
Fishing
  Poliwag
X Y
  Fishing
Old Rod
15 100%
  Poliwhirl
X Y
  Fishing
Good Rod
25 35%
  Basculin
Red-Striped
X Y
  Fishing
Good Rod
25 65%
  Basculin
Blue-Striped
X Y
  Fishing
Good Rod
25 65%
  Poliwhirl
X Y
  Fishing
Super Rod
35 65%
  Basculin
Red-Striped
X Y
  Fishing
Super Rod
35 35%
  Basculin
Blue-Striped
X Y
  Fishing
Super Rod
35 35%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


Trainers

Trainer Pokémon
 
Sky Trainer Clara
フウカ Fūka
Reward:  4,000
  Emolga Lv.38
No item
  Swellow Lv.40
No item
 
Roller Skater Jet
ミチコ Michiko
Reward:  1,248
  Delcatty Lv.37
No item
  Swanna Lv.39
No item
 
Roller Skater Olle
ポール Paul
Reward:  1,280
  Manectric Lv.40
No item
 
Sky Trainer Gavin
フィリップ Philip
Reward:  3,900
  Chimecho Lv.37
No item
  Vibrava Lv.37
No item
  Talonflame Lv.39
No item
 
Pokémon Ranger Lee
キリオ Kirio
Reward:  3,120
  Crawdaunt Lv.39
No item
  Sandslash Lv.39
No item
 
Hex Maniac Osanna
ノゾミ Nozomi
Reward:  1,280
  Pumpkaboo Lv.40
No item
 
Pokémon Ranger Bjorn
タイヨウ Taiyō
Reward:  3,280
  Sliggoo Lv.41
No item
 
Mysterious Sisters Achlys & Eos
リエ と リノ Rie and Rino
Reward:  2,560
  Alakazam Lv.40
No item
  Gardevoir Lv.40
No item
 
Fairy Tale Girl Alice
アリス Alice
Reward:  1,248
  Klefki Lv.37
No item
  Mawile Lv.39
No item
 
Fisherman Wade
カツオ Katsuo
Reward:  2,184
  Poliwhirl Lv.37
No item
  Poliwhirl Lv.39
No item
 
Fisherman Seward
チョウタロウ Chōtarō
Reward:  2,240
  Whiscash Lv.40
No item
 
Fisherman Finn
パトリス Patrice
Reward:  2,128
  Basculin
Red-Striped Form
Lv.38
No item
  Basculin
Blue-Striped Form
Lv.38
No item


Trivia

  • The in-game maps show Route 16 going directly between Lumiose City and Dendemille Town, even though the route ends at Route 15, just outside Dendemille Town.

Name origin

Mélancolie is French for melancholy, while triste is French for sad.

In other languages

Language Title
  French Chemin Tristesse
  German Tristesse-Weg
  Italian Via Malinconia
  Korean 트리스트 도로 Triste Road
  Spanish Senda Melancolía



Kalos
               
Settlements
Vaniville TownAquacorde Town‎Santalune CityLumiose CityCamphrier TownCyllage City
Ambrette TownGeosenge TownShalour CityCoumarine CityLaverre CityDendemille TownAnistar City
Couriway TownSnowbelle CityPokémon LeagueKiloude City‎
Routes
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Landmarks
Santalune ForestChamber of EmptinessParfum PalaceBattle ChateauBerry fieldsConnecting CaveGlittering CaveReflection Cave
Tower of MasteryAzure BaySea Spirit's DenKalos Power PlantPoké Ball FactoryLost HotelFrost CavernLysandre Labs
Team Flare Secret HQTerminus CavePokémon VillageVictory RoadBattle MaisonFriend SafariUnknown Dungeon


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