The inn of Aestus is always hustling and bustling with the lost or misplaced pokemon in Cradagan. It looks like a run down shack, but the warmth and hospitality inside make it completely worth staying at just once.
Kamora Park is the best meet up spot in town. A beautiful park, with cobble walkways and unique looking flowers, surround the small pond and benches here. A couple of huge trees provide shade during the heat. It also has a small shop set up where everyone can buy things.
Kyogre fountain is near the centre of town, and is a monument to the brave Kyogre who sacrificed himself to save Aestus. In the centre of the fountain is a statue of Kyogre on a wave, as if he is flying upon the sea. Intricate carvings of different water type pokemon surround the base of the circular fountain. It's a very common hang out spot and very much worth admiring.
Zieta arena is the battle ground for most Pokemon, where others can watch as the battle unfolds below. It's named after a famed battler, a Hariyama named Zieta, who's enormous figure can be seen engraved within the walls of the arena. Winning a battle doesn't just bring fame, it brings prizes and experience points too!
A simple grass and twig hut is all you see until you walk inside. Once inside you walk in the door you will finding a spiralling staircase leading into an underground cave. The cave has glowing glyphs and symbols all over the walls and tunnels leading here and there. It is there that the delibird, known as Crazy Romano, resides. He is able to send you to different dungeons to do training, as a team or alone. If you answer his riddles or questions correctly you can proceed. If not, then beware!
Maalu's Orphanage is home to all the lost and misplaced young Pokemon of Aestus. It is a beautiful mansion, with bright colours adorning it and windows everywhere on the sides of the home. A bright playground, full of flowers and toys, lay in front of the building. A wealthy Cubone built this Orphanage before he died, and named it after his missing mother. A sad, yet touching, way to remember her.
A foggy swamp, full of algae and muck, is located just east of town. Trees and vines are here and there, mixed within the ick on the ground. It doesn't look, or smell, nice at all. There are 4 floors here. Poison type pokemon, levels 3-7, can be found here.
Hubei castle lies to the north of town. It once was a magnificent place, full of life and beautiful things. Time has taken it's toll, leaving the splendor to become nothing but crumbling walls and vines among the golden statues and lost treasure here.. Normal type pokemon, between level 3-8 call this home. 5 floors make this crumbly castle an even sadder sight to see.
To the south of town you will find a beautiful sprawling meadow. Flowers are speckled about the lush green meadow, but the most beautiful sight is the enormous tree in the centre. The dungeon is located within the tree, providing paths and tunnels one could easily get lost in due to the foliage. It's very in tune with nature, with legend saying that Celebi prevented a disaster in the future and needed a safe place to regain strength. Celebi came back and created this tree. Celebi then left, leaving the tree for all the grass type pokemon that are now found here. There are 5 floors here and the pokemon are levels 5-10.
A topiary garden, with topiaries of dragon type pokemon rests here. Long grass covers the ground, with various bushes dotting here and there. In the centre are two statues, of Latios and Latias, stand tall, with flowers and vines crawling up the sides of the statutes. Each one has flowers the colour of the pokemon. Dragon type pokemon reside here in peace together. 5 floors and pokemon levels 8-12 can be found here.