Pokemon Brilliant Diamond Pokemon Locations

We have compiled a list of the Pokemon Brilliant Diamond Pokemon Locations for you to check out and try. These locations can be discovered by any player using the guide we have provided. You can take any route and use any map to get to these locations. We tell you how to get to map, locations by route, and encounter. Discover many items and even learn to get respawned in the game using this pdf guide we provide. Consider this to be a Walkthrough for all locations in the game.

Note: You must have some basic knowledge about different locations(from Pokedex or by playing the game) to understand all the maps we’ve listed. Please find all the locations below

Pokemon Brilliant Diamond Pokemon Locations List

Here is the list of all locations and the guides:

  • Twinleaf Town
  • Sandgem Town
  • Jubilife City
  • Oreburgh City
  • Floaroma Town
  • Eterna City
  • Veilstone City
  • Celestic Town
  • Pastoria City
  • Hearthome City
  • Solaceon Town
  • Canalave City
  • Snowpoint City
  • Sunyshore City
  • Route 201 to Route 230
  • Valor Lakefront
  • Lake Valor
  • Acuity Lakefront
  • Lake Acuity
  • Lake Verity
  • Oreburgh Gate
  • Oreburgh Mine
  • Ravaged Path
  • Valley Windworks
  • Mt. Coronet
  • Eterna Forest
  • Wayward Cave
  • Lost Tower
  • Trophy Garden
  • Great Marsh
  • Solaceon Ruins

Where are the Pokemon in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond?

You can find them in lots of places in Sinnoh, like towns, routes, lakes, and other spots such as Oreburgh Gate, Oreburgh Mine, Ravaged Path, Valley Windworks, Mt. Coronet, Eterna Forest, Wayward Cave, Lost Tower, Trophy Garden, Great Marsh, and Solaceon Ruins.

Are there any version-exclusive Pokemon in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond?

Yes! There are some Pokemon species that only appear in one version of the game. The Legendary Pokemon of Pokemon Brilliant Diamond is Dialga.

What is the rarest Pokemon in Brilliant Diamond?

Munchlax is the rarest Pokemon in Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl. It was hard to get in the original game by using Honey Trees, but now it’s available in the Grand Underground. Players can still use Honey Trees in the remakes.

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