The Onyx Ward is the fifth ward you will pass through in your journey through the Reborn region.
Places of interest
Full of adults gambling their money away and students distracting themselves from their upcoming tests, as well as various fourth wall breaks. (Have you ever heard of Pokémon Reborn?) After obtaining a Coin Case, various prizes can be bought for coins.
Not only does Slugma come with a super-effective move for 5/6 of Florinia's team, it also has an ability that will hatch eggs faster-and it's cheap enough to be bought with the coins hidden in the arcade!
A lottery can be entered to the left of the prize desk. The prizes are as follows:
Digits that match
Last two digits
Last three digits
Last four digits
All five digits
Over a thousand coins can be found hidden throughout the Arcade.
Note: The hidden coins must be approached from the direction shown
A top school for trainers, as well as the second gym of the Reborn region.
Move Tutors House
To the far left as the player enters the Onyx Ward is the home of a Move Tutor, who has misplaced her House Key.
After making your way through the school, an apologetic student in the hotel next to the arcade will open the way to the rooftop garden, which holds a number of Pokémon.
Specialty of the Day Care!
In the apartment directly left of the arcade, a young girl asks the player to investigate the strange behavior of the Day Care Couple of the Obsidia Ward. After the player has rescued the couple (or just speaking again to the girl if the player has already done so), she will thank them for their troubles and give them an egg.
Lillipup on the Lam
After finding Lillipup in all of its locations (beginning in the South Obsidia Ward), Lillipup will reunite with its owner in the Onyx Ward. Its owner decides he can't keep up with it anymore, and asks you to take care of it.
The Perfect Day for a Rooftop Stroll
On clear days, a Pichu can be found in the rooftop garden with PokeSnax in the bag, and will attack the player.
At level 9, it's not likely Pichu will be able to take a hit from your main party of Pokémon. Bring some lower-level Pokémon along, or try to confuse it so it will deal damage to itself.