Emera Beach

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Emera Beach was introduced on May 27, 2016 as a part of the Big Spring Update. Emera Beach is unlocked at Trainerlevel 12.
To access the Emera Beach, hover over the 'Town' tab, and select 'Emera Beach'.


Fishing

The main feature of the Emera Beach is that it is the perfect fishing spot.
Within this update, a new 'fishing' minigame has been implemented.

The Minigame


When you speak to Leah the Mermaid, she will give you your first fishing rod, the Old Rod Old-rod.png.
Now that you have your first rod, you can start playing the minigame. Located here are all your rods, bait, your fish box and your energy level shown as a green bar.

Note: Your fisherman artwork depends on the gender chosen while registering, you can change it on your Profile Settings.

To start fishing you have to throw your rod and wait until an exclamation mark is shown above your character. Select "Pull rod" and start reeling in the Fish-Pokémon. You will see a blue vertical bar with a black mysterious fish and a yellow bar which oscillates up and down. All you need to do is press "Pull" when the yellow bar is directly behind the black fish. When you press it at the right moment, the fish goes up a bit - otherwise, the Fish-Pokémon goes back down.

Depending on the Pokémon, you have a time limit to catch it. If the counter goes down to 0, the fish will escape. Bring the Pokémon to the top of the yellow bar before the time expires to catch it successfully. Using certain baits will increase the time limit to catch each Pokémon.

Your Rods/Baits

Here you can see all your rods and the baits you got
You start off with the Old Rod, to get a better rod you can visit Leah. In exchange for some items and pokémon Leah will give you better rods.

The currently obtainable rods are:

Old-rod.png Old Rod An old and beat-up fishing rod. Catches common Fish-Pokémon.
Good-rod.png Good Rod A new, good-quality fishing rod. Catches rarer Fish-Pokémon than the Old Rod.
Super-rod.png Super Rod An awesome, high-tech fishing rod. Catches very rare Fish-Pokémon.
Shiny-rod.png Shiny Rod A shiny rod. Increases the chance of catching shiny Fish-Pokémon.
Magik-rod.png Magik Rod A fishing rod that magik-ally attracts differently colored Magikarp.



You also have the option to use baits while fishing, although you can still catch Fish-Pokémon without them. There are 5 obtainable types of baits:

Regular-bait.png Regular Bait A regular bait for fishing. Keeps fish a little bit longer on the hook.
Tasty-bait.png Tasty Bait A tasty bait for fishing. Keeps fish longer on the hook and makes it slightly easier to pull them out of the water.
Delicious-bait.png Delicious Bait A delicious bait for fishing. Keeps fish much longer on the hook and makes it much easier to pull them out of the water.
Shiny-bait.png Shiny Bait A special bait for fishing. Lures three-times more shiny Fish-Pokémon than a usual bait.
Magnetic-bait.png Magnetic Bait A metal bait for fishing. Attracts less fish, but increase the chance to catch an item.

All baits can be obtained from Leah the Mermaid in exchange for Fish-Pokemon you have caught.

Fish Box

Fish box showing a normal and shiny Pokemon.
The fish box stores all your caught Fish-Pokémon until you either adopt them, release them or exchange them with Leah the Mermaid.

Shiny Pokémon will be separated from any of their normal counterparts you may have caught. Catching mega-ables is also possible, but they won't show in the fish box, so you have to adopt them to see if it's a mega-able or not. The chance to get a mega-able is as high as getting one from the lab or during a shiny chain.

You can only adopt up to 10 Fish-Pokémon from your fish box per day.

There isn't a time limit to adopt them and you can catch as many as you want as they won't disappear.

Pokémon and Items which can be caught

Mainly Fish-like or Water-type Pokémon can be caught on the Beach, the better the rod is, the rarer the Pokémon. The possibilities of catching the Pokémon with a certain rod depends on their rarity.

Old-rod.png OLD ROD Old-rod.png
072 Tentacool.png 118.png 129 Magikarp.png 223.png 298.png 535.png
Tentacool Goldeen Magikarp Remoraid Azurill Tympole
COMMON UNCOMMON COMMON RARE UNCOMMON VERY RARE
ITEMS
Pokeball.png Greatball.png Ultraball.png Jawfossil.png Armorfossil.png Sail-fossil.png Water-gem.png Psychic-gem.png Flying-gem.png Shoal-shell.png Shoal-salt.png Splash-plate.png Prison-bottle.png
Any Pokéball Any Fossil Any Gems Shoal Shell and Shoal Salt Splash Plate Prison Bottle
Regular-bait.png Pearl.png
Regular Bait Pearl


Good-rod.png GOOD ROD Good-rod.png
130.png 183 Marill.png 592.png 116.png 90.png 602.png
Gyarados Marill Frillish Horsea Shellder Tynamo
UNCOMMON RARE RARE VERY RARE VERY RARE UNCOMMON
686.png 119.png 456.png 073.png 060.png 458.png
Inkay Seaking Finneon Tentacruel Poliwag Mantyke
RARE RARE VERY RARE VERY RARE RARE RARE
226.png 318.png 170.png 746.png 0739.png 0779.png
Mantine Carvanha Chinchou WishiWashi Crabrawler Bruxish
SUPER RARE VERY RARE RARE VERY RARE VERY RARE RARE
ITEMS
Relic-copper.png Relic-silver.png Relic-gold.png Deepseatooth.png Deepseascale.png Mystery-box-(red).png Mystery-box-(light-blue).png Mystery-box-(pink).png Mystery-key-(red).png Mystery-key-(light-blue).png Mystery-key-(pink).png Tasty-bait.png Delicious-bait.png Water-stone.png
Relic Copper, Silver and Gold Deep Sea Tooth and Deep Sea Scale Mystery Boxes Mystery Keys Tasty Bait and Delicious Bair Water Stone
Strange-ornament.png Big-pearl.png
Strange Ornament Big Pearl


Super-rod.png SUPER ROD Super-rod.png
07.png 061.png 091.png 0120.png 0158.png 0171.png
Squirtle Poliwhirl Cloyster Staryu Totodile Lanturn
SUPER RARE RARE RARE RARE SUPER RARE RARE
0258.png 0320.png 0341.png 0349.png 0366.png 0367.png
Mudkip Wailmer Corphish Feebas Clamperl Huntail
SUPER RARE VERY RARE VERY RARE VERY RARE RARE SUPER RARE
0368.png 0393.png 0456b.png 0457.png 0489.png 0501.png
Gorebyss Piplup Gloweon Lumineon Phione Oshawott
SUPER RARE SUPER RARE SUPER RARE VERY RARE VERY RARE SUPER RARE
0656.png 0690.png 0692.png 0740.png 0746s.png 072retro.png
Froakie Skrelp Clauncher Crabominable WishiWashi (School) Tentacool (Retro)
SUPER RARE RARE RARE VERY RARE SUPER RARE SUPER RARE
ITEMS
Bottled-message.png
Bottled Message


With the Shiny-rod.pngShiny Rod you can catch every Pokémon which can be caught with the Old Rod, the Good Rod and the Super Rod. This rod will just increase the chance that the Pokémon will be shiny.

You can catch every Item with the Shiny Rod.


Magik-rod.png MAGIK RODMagik-rod.png
129 Magikarp.png 0129-calico.png 0129-orange.png 0129-pink.png 0129-gray.png 0129-purple.png
Magikarp Magikarp Magikarp Magikarp Magikarp Magikarp
COMMON Calico Orange Pink Gray Purple
0129-apricot.png 0129-brown.png 0129-black.png 0129-blue.png 0129-violet.png 0129-white.png
Magikarp Magikarp Magikarp Magikarp Magikarp Magikarp
Apricot Brown Black Blue Violet White

These Magikarp Patterns have been released on PokéHeroes with the Beach Update on February 16, 2019

NOTE: colored Magikarps will not evolve.

Thunderstorms

During thunderstorms, the Emera Beach is closed and all features will be unaccessible. This includes the mini-game, Los Seashellos as well as Leah the Mermaid. Players will have to wait for the thunderstorm to pass before being able to access all features again. The weather in Emera Town can be monitored through the Castform Weather channel.

Having the Fisherman-hat.png Fisherman Hat allows you to access the mini-game, even during thunderstorms. However, all other features remain unavailable.

Los Seashellos

Los Seashellos' waiter

The Los Seashellos is a family-friendly restaurant at the beautiful Emera Beach. They are open 24/7 (except during thunderstorms). Their culinary selection includes many delicious dishes which can restore your energy.

The Menu

You can buy every dish only once per day, otherwise you will eat and drink too much and you will drown. The Menu has several different drinks and dishes that will help you to restore your energy. You may unlock more dishes from time to time.

The menu

Glass of Water
Price: 10
Restores your energy by 1%

Bubbly Berry Beverage
Price: 50
Restores your energy by 5%

Pink Cold Angel
Price: 300
Restores your energy by 20%

Pommes Frites
Price: 125
Restores your energy by 10%

Marill Ice Cream
Price: 400
Restores your energy by 25%

Pasta a la Chef
Price: 1,000
Restores your energy by 50%

Pika Deluxe Burger
Price: 1,250
Restores your energy by 50%

Pizza Summer
Price: 2,000
Restores your energy by 75%

Sharpelone
Price: 3,500
Restores your energy by 100%


While you order a drink or a dish, you get the option to tip the waiter. You can tip from 0 to 100 Pokedollar.png Pokédollar. The more you tip the higher is the chance to receive one of three Waiter Dresses. Waiter-dress-(red).pngWaiter-dress-(blue).pngWaiter-dress-(green).png

Leah the Mermaid

Leah the Mermaid
Leah the Mermaid is an in-game NPC that introduces herself to you and offers to exchange her items for Fish-Pokemon you have caught due to the fact that she, as a mermaid, cannot catch the Fish-Pokemon at Emera Beach herself.

Trading with Leah

An example of a trade Leah will offer

Everyday Leah offers items in exchange for Fish-Pokemon from your Fish Box or other items. She will not accept Fish-Pokemon you have hatched out of eggs and they must come from the beach.

Most of her offers change daily. However, some items, such as Submarine Volcano Maps, will remain on her trading list everyday.

There is no limit to how many times a day you can make a trade with Leah, the only limit is the amount of a Fish-Pokemon species in your Fish Box.