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Version: 1.60 | Updated: 11/26/16

INTRODUCTION

This FAQ aims to provide a complete and comprehensive guide and walkthrough to Pokemon Sun & Moon. This guide is a joint effort between nadroj347 & byro009.

I HIGHLY recommend the use of the contents table to the right.

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Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon: Whats the difference?

Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon. These two game will have different Pokemon appearance rates, and version exclusive Pokemon. This walkthrough was made with BOTH Sun and Moon.

BASICS

If you are fairly new to the main Pokemon games (Hello new fans from Pokemon GO!) - this basics section is a great place to start!

It is also great for Pokemon players of all varying experiences to brush up on their knowledge before diving head-first into these epic new games.

Pokemon Typing

Typing Basics

Each Pokemon has either one or two of out of 18 different types (e.g. Fire, Water, Grass). For example, the Pokemon Blastoise has a single type; Water, while Charizard has dual types; Fire and Flying. Different types have differing strengths and weaknesses against other types, altering the amount of damage the Pokemon deals and takes. For example, Water moves are super effective against Fire types, while Water is extremely weak to Grass type moves. The amount of damage you deal in battle will depend upon the type matchup between you and your enemy. The typing of your Pokemon, the typing of the enemy Pokemon, the typing of the move, and whether or not your enemy is dual type can all affect the effectiveness of the attack.

Type Chart

A full type chart from the Pokemon Database (http://pokemondb.net/type) is depicted below:

Pokemon TypeChart

As you can see, the amount of damage performed can range from 0 to 2x damage.

STAB and Dual Typing

As the table above shows, a basic Fire attack will perform 2x the normal damage to a Grass type Pokemon.

However, if that Grass Pokemon was instead a dual Grass/Bug Pokemon that was hit by a Fire attack, the effect of the attack against the two types are multiplied (2 x 2 = 4) to become 4x the normal damage. Similarly, if that Pokemon was a dual Grass/Water Pokemon, the damage would become (1/2 x 2 = 1) just 1x the damage, essentially performing normal damage.

Also, if the Pokemon that is dealing the attack is itself the type of the attack (e.g. a Fire Pokemon performing a Fire attack), there is a bonus multiplier of 1.5x. This is called STAB (Same Type Attack Bonus). This occurs even if the Pokemon using the move is dual type (e.g. Charizard (Fire/Flying) performing a Fire move).

So to give an encompassing example; If a Charizard (Fire/Flying type) performs a Fire type move on a Grass/Bug Pokemon, what will the multiplier of damage be?

Answer: 6x. The Fire type move is super effective (x2) against both Grass and Bug type (so 2 x 2 = 4). Charizard also gains STAB bonus (x1.5) for using a move of his type (Fire), so when we multiply them we get: 4 x 1.5 = 6. So Charizard will perform 6x the normal damage.

Type Abbreviations

In discussing the various Pokemon types throughout this guide, the following abbreviations may be used:

Pokemon TypeNormalFireWaterElectricGrassIceFightingPoisonGroundFlyingPsychicBugRockGhostDragonDarkSteelFairy
AbbreviationNORFIRWATELEGRAICEFIGPOIGROFLYPSYBUGROCGHODRADARSTEFAI

It's basically the first three letters of each type - (e.g. Fire/Flying = FIR/FLY) - it's not rocket science but it works.

Status Effects

In battle, certain moves have a chance of giving your opponent a status effect. Similarly, the opponent Pokemon may make a move that gives your Pokemon a status effect. Status effects are often aimed to immobilize or slowly damage a Pokemon. Moves that give status effects vary in likeliness of occurrence, from Ice Beam(10% chance of freezing target) to Toxic(100% chance of badly poisoning target). All status effects can be cured by the Pokemon Centre as well as numerous other items. Here is a reference list of all the status effects:

Main Status Effects

Status EffectEffect
PoisonedUsually given by poison typed moves, this effect will make the effected Pokemon lose health (1/8 of max HP) at the end of every round.
BurnBurnt Pokemon loses 1/8 of it's max HP at the end of its turn, as well as having its damage dealt by physical moves halved.
ParalysisThe paralyzed Pokemon may be unable to move (1/4 chance every turn). It also reduces speed to 1/4 of its original value.
FreezeThe frozen Pokemon is unable to move. There is a 20% chance of freeze being cured each turn.
Badly PoisonedSimilar to poison, except damage initially is 1/16 of HP, and increases damage by 1/16 each turn.
SleepPokemon may sleep for random duration of 1 to 5 turns.

More to be added...

RUNTHROUGH

More to be added

WALKTHROUGH

Start Up

So, for the first part of the game, you will be slowly given a Pokemon and taught basic controls and mechanics. We will go into into reasonable depth on where to go for this first 'tutorial' section, in order to assist anyone new to Pokemon games. When a new area is entered, a list of all the encounterable Pokemon, Items, and Trainers will be provided for that entire area, even if some of these can not be accessed at the current time. When backtracking occurs, this information will NOT be repeated. New areas entered will have larger headings, as opposed to when we backtrack to them.

Firstly up when you enter the game, you get to choose your language. As the red text clearly warns, you CANNOT change it during the game. After the message from Professor Kukui (yes, Kukui is a name of a tree, just like every other Professor in all the other games), you can choose what you look like as well as your name.

Introduction

Route 1 - Hau' oli Outskirts

After a cutscene, and a pan view of your home island, you will be rudely awakened by Meowth. You will be now able to control your character, so get out of bed. If you head over to the book on the desk near your bed, you can read about a few controls. Head out and to the front of the house to meet your Mum and open the door for Professor Kukui. After, take yourself on a tour of the house, where you interestingly find your mother has her own room for once (progress!). Click on the box in your room next to your bed to get your cool hat and bag. After leaving the house, head left to Prof. Kukui. To sprint while walking, just hold down B.

Route 1

Continue up Route 1 to meet Prof. Kukui, chatting to people along the way. On your first time through the Route, you cannot battle anyone as you do not have a Pokemon.

Iki Town

After being told to find the island kahuna armed with the clearly useful information that it looks like a kahuna, feel free to explore the town, talk to everybody, and invade everybody's home. By the way, you can run in buildings unlike in some previous Pokemon games - sweet. To get to the kahuna, head north and then into The Ruins of Conflict.

Mahalo Trail

Follow the trail north and continue stalking the girl ahead. At a long wooden bridge over a large ravine - the girl's Pokemon gets attacked my multiple Spearow! Help save 'Nebby' and 'Nebby' will almost kill you by destroying the bridge. Luckily you are saved my a mysterious Pokemon named Tapu Koko. She will give you just what you have always wanted: A random Sparkling Stone she picked off the ground. Yay. Follow the girl (Lillie) back.

Iki Town

You find out that the girl, Lillie, is Professor Kukui's assistant. You will get to meet Hala, the islands Kahuna, and he will give you that difficult decision you have been waiting for: Which starter will you choose? The grass/flying type Rowlet, The fire type Litten, or the water type Popplio? Make your decision, and nickname your starter if you so desire. You will also receive your Pokedex, which happens to be a Rotom. You will also get a Trainer Passport. You can now check out your Pokemon, Pokedex, Trainer Passport and Pokemon Refresh from the menu. Head down to Route 1.

Route 1

You will be encountered by Hau, and he challenges you to a battle. You can offer his request, and you will able to fight him. He will have only one pokemon in his party: The starter that is weak against yours. That is, if you chose Litten, he will have a Rowlet, if you chose Rowlet, he will have Popplio, and if you chose Popplio, he will have Litten.

Hau Battle

HauPrize: p100
Rowlet/Litten/PopplioLvl 5Type: FLY/GRA or FIR or WAT

Hau can be easily defeated if you Fight using your move that is super effective against your opponent (your Grass/Fire or Water move) Your Pokemon should level up to Lvl 6 from this battle.

After winning/losing you will find out that that Sparkling Stone is apparently useful.

Route 1 - Hau' oli Outskirts

You will be teleported home, show your mother your Pokemon and then join Prof. Kukui on Route 1, so exit your house, go right then up.

Route 1 - Main

"The number-one route on the spectrum!"

Pokemon Appearances

Grass (East & North)
Location: Grass (East & North)
Day Night
NameTypeGameRateSOS Call NameTypeGameRateSOS Call
PikipekNOR/FLY S M 30%Pikipek PikipekNOR/FLY S M 30%Pikipek
YungoosNOR S M 30%Yungoos RattataDAR/NOR S M 30%Rattata
CaterpieBUG S M 20% Caterpie SpinarakBUG/POI S M 20%Spinarak
LedybaBUG/FLY S M 20% Ledyba CaterpieBUG S M 20%Caterpie
Grass (West)
Location: Grass (West)
Day Night
NameTypeGameRateSOS Call NameTypeGameRateSOS Call
YungoosNOR S M 30%Yungoos RattataDAR/NOR S M 30%Rattata
PikipekNOR/FLY S M 20% Pikipek PikipekNOR/FLY S M 20%Pikipek
LedybaBUG/FLY S M 15%Ledyba SpinarakBUG/POI S M 15%Spinarak
CaterpieBUG S M 10%Caterpie CaterpieBUG S M 10%Caterpie
MetapodBUG S M 10%Caterpie MetapodBUG S M 10%Caterpie
GrubbinBUG S M 10%Grubbin GrubbinBUG S M 10%Grubbin
PichuELE S M 5%Pikachu, Happiny, Pichu PichuELE S M 5%Pikachu, Happiny, Pichu
Grass (South)
Location: Grass (South)
Day Night
NameTypeGameRateSOS Call NameTypeGameRateSOS Call
YungoosNOR S M 30%Yungoos RattataDAR/NOR S M 30%Rattata
PikipekNOR/FLY S M 20% Pikipek PikipekNOR/FLY S M 20%Pikipek
BonslyROC S M 15%Sudowudo, Happiny, Bonsly BonslyROC S M 15%Sudowudo, Happiny, Bonsly
CaterpieBUG S M 10%Caterpie CaterpieBUG S M 10%Caterpie
MetapodBUG S M 10%Caterpie MetapodBUG S M 10%Caterpie
LedybaBUG/FLY S M 10%Ledyba SpinarakBUG/POI S M 10%Spinarak
MunchlaxNOR S M 5%Snorlax, Munchlax, Happiny MunchlaxNOR S M 5%Snorlax, Munchlax, Happiny

Items

ItemAmountMethod
Potionx75 - Given to you by Professor Kukui, 1 - North-East in route, 1 - To the right of Iki town entrance
Poke Ballx1110 - Given to you by Professor Kukui, 1 - North-East part of route
Antidotex1Down and right from intersection where sign is
Paralyze Healx1Left of entrance to Iki town
Nest Ballx1(Need Taurus) Down through rocks from intersection, then left through grass
Nuggetx1(Need Taurus) In southern part of route, right of Advanced Tips sign

Prof. Kukui will teach you how to capture wild Pokemon, so if you're new to Pokemon, pay attention to how he does it. You will receive 10 Poke Balls and 5 Potions and will finally leave you alone to do what you want. This is a good time to go into your menu (X) and work explore the different options. In the menu, you can Save, so your best to do that now, and make sure to ALWAYS save when your finished playing. Now feel free to fight and/or capture the Route 1 Pokemon! If your Pokemon get low on HP (Hit Points), talk to your Mother to heal them.

Pick up a Potion (items look like Poke Balls) on right after the two patches of grass. Ahead you will see a young trainer, approach him to battle!

Youngster JimmyPrize: p60
RattataLvl 3Type: NOR

Ahead is another trainer, dispatch of her Caterpie easily:

Lass AudreyPrize: p72
CaterpieLvl 3Type: BUG

You can use items like potions on your Pokemon during battle as well as out, so make the most of them. Behind the patch of grass here is another item - pick it up to gain a Poke Ball! Follow the path to the left until an intersection with a sign is reached. Heading down and to the right from here allows another item to be found - Antidote! Following the path from the intersection left allows us to come across more patches of grass. Different patches of grass within the same route can yield different Pokemon - unlike in previous games. For example, the grass here can yield Pichu, Metapod and Grubbin also, which come with different SOS Pokemon. Grab the item North of the grass - another Potion. Then battle the young kid on the path:

Preschooler OliverPrize: p48
YungoosLvl 4Type: NOR

Rek the skrub with your superior ability, then head to the left across the grass to gain yet another item - a Paralyze Heal. Then head north to town.

Route 1 - Main - Taurus Accessible Areas

When Taurus has been gained, this area can be explored.

Just below Trainer Tips sign at main path intersection is a pile of rocks that can be destroyed with a Taurus charge (Hold B). After entering in, through the grass to the left is a Nest Ball. Go right through the grass patches and over the ledge to the Advance Tips sign. To the right of it (after destroying boulders) is a Nugget! Jump over more ledges and through some more grass to get back to the main path on Route 1 - Main.

Iki Town

"The place where we give thanks to Pokemon"

Items

ItemAmountMethod
Z-Ringx1Given by Hau after battling him for the second time

Check out the rest of the town if you haven't already, then go to North to find Hau waiting for you. You will be joined by the rest of the 'crew', and Hau will request a fight with you, choose yes to continue. It is a fairly easy battle, simply use the move of your starter that is super effective against his Pokemon (Your GRA/FIR/WAT move). Not only will this be super effective, but will gain STAB (Same Type Attack Bonus). Remember that you have potions to use in battle as backup.

Hau Battle

HauPrize: p140
Rowlet/Litten/PopplioLvl 7Type: GRA/FLY or FIR or WAT
PichuLvl 6Type: ELE

Hala will give you a Z-Ring after the fight, a ring which has the power to use 'Z-Moves' in battle if you receive enough Sparkling Stones.

Route 1 - Hau' oli Outskirts

"Home"

Pokemon Appearances

Location: Grass
Day Night
NameTypeGameRateSOS Call NameTypeGameRateSOS Call
WingullWAT/FLY S M 50%Wingull WingullWAT/FLY S M 50%Wingull
YungoosNOR S M 30%Yungoos RattataDAR S M 30%Rattata
SlowpokeWAT/PSY S M 20%Slowpoke SlowpokeWAT/PSY S M 20%Slowpoke

Items

ItemAmountMethod
Awakeningx1East of the Professor's Laboratory

Go outside, talk to Lillie, then go left then down, jumping over the ledge in front of you to Prof. Kukui's lab. It's hard to miss. Prof. Kukui will give you the Rotom-dex, as well as explain the Island Challenge. Note that pressing the black spot between Rotom's eyes will bring up the Pokedex, pressing on the map brings up the entire map, pressing on the centre of the map allows Rotom to give you advice, and pressing anywhere else gets a reaction from Rotom. Explore the lab.

After exiting the lab, head up to the grass on the right and collect an item - Awakening - and then battle the wee lass:

Lass MadisonPrize: p144
WingullLvl 6Type: WAT/FLY

Follow the grass back up to the top to take on a young pleb:

Youngster KevinPrize: p120
GrubbinLvl 6Type: BUG

Both fights are fairly easy, so now go to the flag conveniently marked on the map by the Rotom-dex. Here, you will get a tour of the Pokemon Centre. Pokemon Centres are spread throughout all of the islands. Feel free to visit them whenever your Pokemon get low. You can access your Pokemon storage by the computer at the main desk. If you have a full party of Pokemon on you (6), any extra caught Pokemon are sent to your PC. Also, feel free to buy something from the PokeMart! You can get Poke Balls, medicine and tonnes more. Also, you can sell items to them. The list of items you can purchase is below:

PokeCentre - Route 1 - Hau'oli Outskirts

PokeMart
ItemCostDescription
Poke Ballp200 A device for catching wild Pokemon. It's thrown like a ball at a Pokemon, comfortably encapsulating its target.
Great Ball*p600A good, high-performance Poke Ball that provides a higher Pokemon catch rate than a standard Poke Ball.
Ultra Ball****p800A device for catching wild Pokemon. It's thrown like a ball at a Pokemon, comfortably encapsulating its target.
Potion p200 A spray-type medicine for treating wounds. It can be used to restore 20 HP to an injured Pokemon.
Super Potion*p700A spray-type medicine for treating wounds. It can be used to restore 60 HP to an injured Pokemon.
Hyper Potion****p1500A spray-type medicine for treating wounds. It can be used to restore 120 HP to an injured Pokemon.
Revive**p2000A medicine that can revive fainted Pokemon. It also restores half of a fainted Pokemon's maximum HP.
Antidote p200 A spray-like medicine for poisoning. It can be used once to lift the effects of being poisoned from a Pokemon.
Paralyze Healp300 A spray-like medicine for paralysis. It can be used once to free a Pokemon that has been paralyzed.
Awakening p100A spray-like medicine used against sleep. It can be used once to rouse a Pokemon from the clutches of sleep.
Burn Heal p300 A spray-like medicine for treating burns. It can be used to heal a Pokemon suffering from a burn.
Ice Heal p100 A spray-like medicine for freezing. It can be used once to defrost a Pokemon that has been frozen solid.
Escape Ropep1000 A long and durable rope. Use it to escape instantly from a cave or a dungeon.
Repel p400An item that prevents any low-level wild Pokemon from jumping out at you for a while.
Super Repel***p700An item that prevents any low-level wild Pokemon from jumping out at you for a while. it lasts longer than Repel.
Honey**p300A sweet honey with a lush aroma that attracts wild Pokemon when it is used in tall grass, in caves, or on special trees.
Adrenaline Orb***p300Using it makes wild Pokemon more likely to call for help. If held by a Pokemon, it boosts Speed when intimidated. It can only be used once.

* Only after completing Ilima's trial

** Only after completing Lana's trial

*** Only after completing Kiawe's trial

**** Only after completing Mallow's trial

There is also a nice cafe here. A coffee would be nice, unfortunately the closest they have is MooMoo Milk - still nice though. The owner will chat with you, giving out tips/hints and also a variety of items. This is where you can get Pokebeans for your Pokemon.

PokeCafe
ItemCost
Lemonadep198
Moomoo Milkp198
Pinap Juicep198

Route 1 - Hau'oli Outskirts - Taurus Accessible Areas

When Taurus has been gained, this area can be explored.

To the left of the Professor's lab and through the grass, destroy the rocks and access Ten Carat Hill!

Route 1 - Trainers' School

"An education that'll make your Pokemon smile"

Pokemon Appearances

Location: Grass
NameTypeGameRateSOS Call
MagnemiteELE/STE S M 50%Magnemite
MeowthDAR S M 30%Meowth
GrimerPOI/DAR S M 20%Grimer

Items

ItemAmountMethod
Potionx31 - Right of School Buildings front entrance, 1 - Given from student in far left room on 2F, 1 - Bottom left of battle courts
Antidotex1Far west side of school grounds in grass
Paralyze Heal x1Far west side of school grounds in grass
Great Ballx65 - Given by teacher after beating her, 1 - HIDDEN - In centre of Poke Ball sprayed on battle court ground
Quick Clawx1Given from woman on bottom floor of school building
TM01x1Given when you beat the last student on battle courts
Exp. Sharex1Given by Professor Kukui when first entering Trainer's School

Exit the Pokemon Centre and head to the flag on the map again, where Lillie will take you into the Trainer's School. Prof. Kukui will give you the Exp. Share - an item that shares experience gained in battle between all the Pokemon in your team. However, the Exp. Share can be turned off in the Key Items pocket of your Bag. You will then have to fight 4 students. Talking to Lillie will restore your Pokemon's health whenever you want. One is hiding in the top-right corner, to the right of the building - pick up the item (Potion) to the right of the entrance as you pass it:

Young Athlete HiromiPrize: p244
PikipekLvl 8Type: NOR/FLY

One is in the school building, to the right of the stairs:

Preschooler MiaPrize: p
BonslyLvl 7Type: ROC

A woman inside the school will give you the item Quick Claw if you talk to her. A student in the far left room on the second floor will give you a Potion if you talk to her. Another student to battle is in the top left of the school yard, through a gate. There are also two items in the same area - an Antidote and Paralyze Heal - both very useful for the battles to come

Youngster JoeyPrize: p140
MetapodLvl 7Type: BUG

The last battle is in the middle of the courts. You can only verse this guy last. If you get poisoned by the Trainer's Grimer, you can always use an Antidote to heal your Pokemon. As a reward for winning, he will give you TM01 - Work Up. A Potion can also be found at the bottom left of the courts.

Rising star JosephPrize: p384
GrimerLvl 8Type: POI/DAR

You will be called up to 2F (the second floor of the school building) for something, and we recommend healing your Pokemon with Lillie before continuing inside and up the stairs. Talk to the Teacher at the stairs and she will challenge you.

Teacher EmilyPrize: p432
MagnemiteLvl 8Type: ELE/STE
MeowthLvl 9Type: DAR

The paralyze heals may come in handy this battle. Beating her will reward you with 5 Great Balls.

After this, explore Hau Oli City.

Hau'oli City- Beachfront

"A city overflowing with gentle joy"

Pokemon Appearances

Location: Surfing
NameTypeGameRateSOS Call
FinneonWAT S M 40%Finneon
TentacoolWAT/POI S M 40%Tentacool
WingullWAT/FLY S M 20%Wingull

Items

ItemAmountMethod
Potionx1Woman on right side of road
Poke Ballx1Below southern-most ramp
Pearl x1HIDDEN - In palm tree above southern-most ramp

A woman on the right of the road will give you a Potion if you talk to her. Head down to the beach and go south to find a Poke Ball. There is also a hidden Pearl in the palm tree above the most southern ramp! Then continue down the street.

Hau'oli City - Shopping District

Pokemon Appearances

Location: Grass
Day Night
NameTypeGameRateSOS Call NameTypeGameRateSOS Call
AbraPSY S M 25%Abra AbraPSY S M 25%Abra
WingullWAT/FLY S M 20%Wingull WingullWAT/FLY S M 20%Wingull
YungoosNOR S M 20%Yungoos RattataNOR S M 20%Rattata
MeowthDAR S M 10%Meowth MeowthDAR S M 10%Meowth
MagnemiteELE/STE S M 10%Magnemite MagnemiteELE/STE S M 10%Magnemite
GrimerPOI/DAR S M 10%Grimer GrimerPOI/DAR S M 10%Grimer
PichuELE S M 5%Pikachu, Happiny, Pichu PichuELE S M 5%Pikachu, Happiny, Pikachu

Items

ItemAmountMethod
Heal Ballx1Given by man outside Pokemon Centre
Silk Scarfx1Given by woman outside Apparel Shop
Lens Casex1Given by Lillie outside Apparel Shop
Revivex21 - At end of grass section through gate opposite Pokemon Centre, 1 - Given by man on seats in City Hall
Stardustx1HIDDEN - Left clear patch of ground at end of grass section through gate opposite Pokemon Centre
Lumiose Galettex1Given by woman in kitchen on bottom floor of southwest house
Etherx1North-east of pool of most southwest house
Tiny Mushroomx1In grass patch right of City Hall entrance
TM49x1Enter gate across and east from Malasada Shop, head through grass east to find it.
Ultra Ballx10Given by scientist in Tourist Bureau if you have caught 10 Pokemon
p10000x1Given by women in Pokemon Centre when you show her Drifloon Pokedex entry

Hau will escort you into the Tourist Bureau where you will receive the Poke Finder - a tool enabling you to take pictures.

In the same shop a man asks you to catch 10 different Pokemon, so make sure you come back to him once you have 10. He will give you 10 Ultra Balls for doing this - sweet! Oh, and there's also a lottery in that shop. Talk to the lady at the counter for a Loto Ticket (Nope, not a spelling mistake). You can draw these free Loto Tickets once a day, so come back everyday for the chance to win things. Depending on how many matches (determined by the the ID numbers of Pokemon within your boxes), the prizes can vary:

Loto Ticket - Tourist Bureau - Hau'oli City - Shopping District

Matching DigitsPrize
0Nothing!
1Moomoo Milk
2PP Up
3PP Max
4Rare Candy
5Master Ball

Take some pictures through that hole in the wall, and continue through the city. Lillie will give you a Lens Case outside the Apparel Shop. Talk to the lady next to the Apparel Shop for a Silk Scarf. While your there, you can buy some clothes at the Apparel Shop, hopefully change that awful striped shirt!

Apparel Shop - Hau'oli City - Shopping District

ItemTypeCostColours
Tank TopShirt/Topp980White, Black, Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige
Plain TeeShirt/Topp980White, Black, Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige
Polo ShirtShirt/Topp1120White, Black, Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige
Casual Striped TeeShirt/Topp980White, Black, Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige
Surfing TankShirt/Topp980-
Collegiate TankShirt/Topp980-
Flower-Print TeeShirt/Topp980-
Capri PantsPantsp1120White, Black, Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige
Crew SocksSocksp300White, Black, Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige
Trilby HatHatsp7900White, Black

You can also go next door and have a haircut.

Salon - Hau'oli City - Shopping District

ChoiceCostTypes
Cutp4000Medium and layered, Medium and smooth, Caeser cut, Modern quiff, Braided cornrows
Colourp2000Black, Honey blond, Dark brown, Ash brown, Caramel blond, Platinum blond, Pink brown
Cut and Colourp5000Selection above

Talk to the guy at the front of Pokemon Centre the for a Heal Ball, which is a Poke Ball that heals the Pokemon you catch. Which is pretty useless if the Pokemon is sent to your PC... Inside the Pokemon Centre an "alluring" lady on the left asks for you to capture a Drifloon and show her the Pokedex entry, and she will reward you with p10000. On the right of the Pokemon Centre is the Move Deleter. He will delete TM's for you, as they can't be overwritten like all the other moves.

PokeCentre - Hau'oli City - Shopping District

PokeMart Left Salesman
ItemCostDescription
Poke Ballp200 A device for catching wild Pokemon. It's thrown like a ball at a Pokemon, comfortably encapsulating its target.
Great Ball*p600A good, high-performance Poke Ball that provides a higher Pokemon catch rate than a standard Poke Ball.
Ultra Ball****p800A device for catching wild Pokemon. It's thrown like a ball at a Pokemon, comfortably encapsulating its target.
Potion p200 A spray-type medicine for treating wounds. It can be used to restore 20 HP to an injured Pokemon.
Super Potion*p700A spray-type medicine for treating wounds. It can be used to restore 60 HP to an injured Pokemon.
Hyper Potion****p1500A spray-type medicine for treating wounds. It can be used to restore 120 HP to an injured Pokemon.
Revive**p2000A medicine that can revive fainted Pokemon. It also restores half of a fainted Pokemon's maximum HP.
Antidote p200 A spray-like medicine for poisoning. It can be used once to lift the effects of being poisoned from a Pokemon.
Paralyze Healp300 A spray-like medicine for paralysis. It can be used once to free a Pokemon that has been paralyzed.
Awakening p100A spray-like medicine used against sleep. It can be used once to rouse a Pokemon from the clutches of sleep.
Burn Heal p300 A spray-like medicine for treating burns. It can be used to heal a Pokemon suffering from a burn.
Ice Heal p100 A spray-like medicine for freezing. It can be used once to defrost a Pokemon that has been frozen solid.
Escape Ropep1000 A long and durable rope. Use it to escape instantly from a cave or a dungeon.
Repel p400An item that prevents any low-level wild Pokemon from jumping out at you for a while.
Super Repel***p700An item that prevents any low-level wild Pokemon from jumping out at you for a while. it lasts longer than Repel.
Honey**p300A sweet honey with a lush aroma that attracts wild Pokemon when it is used in tall grass, in caves, or on special trees.
Adrenaline Orb***p300Using it makes wild Pokemon more likely to call for help. If held by a Pokemon, it boosts Speed when intimidated. It can only be used once.

* Only after completing Ilima's trial

** Only after completing Lana's trial

*** Only after completing Kiawe's trial

**** Only after completing Mallow's trial

PokeMart Right Salesman
ItemCostDescription
X Speedp1000An item that sharply boosts the Speed stat of a Pokemon during a battle. It wears off once the Pokemon is withdrawn.
X Attackp1000An item that sharply boosts the Attack stat of a Pokemon during a battle. It wears off once the Pokemon is withdrawn.
X Defensep2000An item that sharply boosts the Defense stat of a Pokemon during a battle. It wears off once the Pokemon is withdrawn.
Guard Spec.p1500An item that prevents stat reduction among the Trainer's party Pokemon for five turns after it is used in battle.
Dire Hitp1000An item that raises the critical-hit ratio greatly. It can be used only once and wears off if the Pokemon is withdrawn.
X Accuracyp1000An item that sharply boosts the accuracy of a Pokemon during a battle. It wears off once the Pokemon is withdrawn.
X Sp. Atkp1000An item that sharply boosts the Sp. Atk of a Pokemon during a battle. It wears off once the Pokemon is withdrawn.
X Sp. Defp2000An item that sharply boosts the Sp. Def of a Pokemon during a battle. It wears off once the Pokemon is withdrawn.
PokeCafe
ItemCost
Lemonadep198
Moomoo Milkp198
Roserade Teap198

After visiting the Pokemon Centre, head over to the mark on your Rotom map to overhear two guys talking about Team Skull being at the marina. But first enter the gate opposite the Pokemon Centre and go through the grass south to pick up a sweet item - Revive! There is also an invisible item in the bottom (left) patch of ground - Stardust! Follow the road South, and enter the property to your left. You will be given a Lumiose Galette by the lady in the kitchen on the bottom floor. North-east of their pool is another item - Ether. Head east and enter the city hall. Talking to the man on the seats at the front will give you a Revive! Heading east around the outside of the building fence and through a gate gets you a Tiny Mushroom, then east to get to the marina. On the way you will meet Hau exiting the Malasada Shop. He will talk to you and then let you continue. So buy a Malasada!

Malasada Shop - Hau'oli City - Shopping District

ItemCostDescription
Sweet Malasadap200-
Big Malasadap350The Alola region's local specialty-fried bread. It can be used once to heal all the status conditions of a Pokemon.

Cross the road and head east to a gate, walk through the grass east until you get to an item - TM49 - Echoed Voice! Get back on the street and head south-east to the Marina.

Hau' Oli City- Marina

Items

ItemAmountMethod
Super Potionx1At end of ramp down to sea on east side of Marina
X Defensex1Given by woman outside talking to guy in yellow shirt
X Attackx1Given by guy outside in yellow shirt

Head down the ramp to the water to the east to find a Super Potion! (3x as good as a normal potion).

Go to Capt. Ilima (flag on map), and you will be rudely interrupted by two Team Skull Grunts. They attempt to appear cool with their clothes, lingo, and excessive hand movements, so dumpster the trash appropriately.

Team Skull GruntPrize: p256
ZubatLvl 8Type: POI/FLY

Battle one of them and the pair will flee. It's interesting how these guys are willing to pay you for winning the battle - ??? - $profit$. That is when Captain Ilima will heal your Pokemon and challenge you to a battle.

Ilima Battle

IlimaPrize: p1200
YungoosLvl 9Type: NOR
SmeargleLvl 10Type: NOR

Not the most difficult battle. Now to explore the rest of the Marina. The lady talking to the guy in the yellow shirt will give you X Defense. The guy in the yellow shirt will give you X Attack.

Hau'oli City - Marina - Melemele Ferry Terminal Vending Machine

ItemCostDescription
Fresh Water*p200Water with a high mineral content. When consumed, it restores up to 30 HP to an injured Pokemon.

* Only after completing Ilima's trial

Now head back to the Pokemon Centre in the shopping district, taking the gates through if you wish.