After making their way through the jungles of the PULSE Machine to its location, the player encounters Taka, ZEL, and a mysterious agent defending it. Shortly after confronting them, Heather flies in, with her overly strong confidence and heroism. Heather argues strongly with the newcomer, and is left to battle them as the player battles Taka and ZEL.
A survivor of the disaster resides in this house ready to aide the player. On the top floor are a series of books detailing all the properties of Field Effects. In one room (accessed by traveling across the bookcase), an Ill-fated Doll can be found, along with a police officer with an even worse one. His trusty Growlithe will return to the station in his absence.
Later after defeating the Beryl Gym, if you clear up the trash in the Library and report to the Gothitelle, she will give the player a Soul Candle. One of the Gothita will also want to join player. It will always be female and come with either Mirror Coat or Dark Pulse.
After the reconstruction of the Beryl Ward, the player has access to a secret room. The secret room password is green, red, purple, yellow, blue, white. Inside the secret room, there is a TM for Solarbeam, a field effect read-out for the New World, and an article titled "Destiny's End".
Just to the left of the Beryl Gym is a path that leads to the Beryl Cemetery. This vine-covered graveyard has been quite damaged, to the point where some grave are unreadable, but a few can be made out:
During night, if the player has Soul Candle, they can use it on a large pumpkin to make Pumpkaboo appear and catch it. Its level varies depending on the pumpkin used. After city restoration, few extra pumpkins appear.
This is a tougher fight than the previous two as PULSE Tangrowth is now accompanied by a full team. A good idea is to lay Toxic Spikes (Beedrill - Lv. 25; Roselia - Lv. 28 and Trubbish - Lv. 7), which will affect most of opposing Pokemon, including Tangrowth who does not start as a Poison-type.