Battle Maison

Battle House redirects here. For the facility in Pokémon Black and White, see Opelucid City → Battle House.
Battle Maison バトルハウス
Battle House
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Battle Maison outside XY.png
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Location: Kiloude CityXY, Battle ResortORAS
Region: Kalos and Hoenn
Generations: VI
Kalos Kiloude City Map.png
Location of Battle Maison in Kalos and Hoenn.
Pokémon world locations

The Battle Maison (Japanese: バトルハウス Battle House) is a battle facility found in Pokémon X and Y and Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. It is led by the Battle Chatelaines.

Battle Maison location in Hoenn

The original Battle Maison is located in Kiloude City in the Kalos region.

A Battle Maison Replica is located in the Battle Resort in the Hoenn region, serving as an equivalent to the Battle Tower from Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire. Upon entering the Battle Maison for the first time in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Sidney will appear in the lobby for a one-time cutscene.

Its background music theme, Battle Maison (also shared with the Battle Chateau), is a remix of Battle Tower (Johto) from Pokémon Crystal, HeartGold and SoulSilver.


By talking to the attendant next to the arena, the player may start a battle challenge to earn Battle Points (BP) and increase their current win streak, which will be displayed on their Vs. Recorder along with their all-time record win streak.

Battle format Chatelaine Number of eligible Pokémon
Single Nita 3
Double Evelyn 4
Triple Dana 6
Rotation Morgan 4
Multi Random 2 per player

A Super version of each format is unlocked when the player first beats the Battle Chatelaine for the format, such as Super Single Battle. The normal battle formats are limited to streaks of 20, ending after battling the Battle Chatelaine.


Battles held in the Battle Maison differ from regular battles in a number of ways. When challenging the Battle Maison:

  • All Pokémon above level 50 will be set to level 50. Those under level 50 will remain at their current level.
  • Bag items cannot be used.
  • Pokémon will not gain experience points or effort values by defeating opponents.
  • Pokémon are fully restored after each battle, including any held items lost or gained during battle.
  • The player may interrupt any challenge at any time without breaking its current winning streak.
    • An interrupted challenge is resumed simply by starting the same format again; the player is allowed to reselect their team.
  • Pokémon encountered will not contribute to a player's Pokédex.
  • Regardless of which battle style is chosen, the following Pokémon, along with their respective alternate forms, are not allowed:
  • Any Pokémon holding a Soul Dew is banned.

Battle Points

Unlike previous games, the player receives Battle Points (BP) at the end of every victorious match. The number of Battle Points (BP) awarded after a match varies with the length of the current win streak, as shown in the table below.

Battle Points
Win streak Normal Super
1-10 1 2
11-19 2 3
(Battle Chatelaine)
20 3
21-30 4
31-40 5
41-49 6
(Battle Chatelaine)
51+ 7

Battle Chatelaines

Battle Chatelaines are sometimes fought instead of regular Trainers. Unlike regular Trainers who use a set of Pokémon randomly drawn from their roster, Battle Chatelaines have a predetermined team for every battle, although the team order does vary. The Battle Chatelaines also appear in Multi Battles, where they form teams. In Multi Battles, the Battle Chatelaines use two random Pokémon from the parties that match the level of challenge. A victory against a Battle Chatelaine on the 50th consecutive battle on any of the Super challenges will reward the player with a commemorative monument in the lobby of the Battle Maison. There are 5 monuments to be won in total, corresponding to each of the Super challenges, with the color matching that worn by the appropriate Battle Chatelaine (purple in the case of Super Multi Battle). After defeating the Chatelaine, the participants are awarded with a Skillful Battler Ribbon or an Expert Battler Ribbon.

Single Battle (on 20th consecutive battle)

Super Single Battle (on 50th consecutive battle)

Double Battle (on 20th consecutive battle)

Super Double Battle (on 50th consecutive battle)

Triple Battle (on 20th consecutive battle)

Super Triple Battle (on 50th consecutive battle)

Rotation Battle (on 20th consecutive battle)

Super Rotation Battle (on 50th consecutive battle)

Multi Battle (on 20th consecutive battle)

Evelyn will pair up with either Dana or Morgan, each of them using two Pokémon randomly selected from their Normal Course teams

Super Multi Battle (on 50th consecutive battle)

Nita will pair up with either Dana or Morgan, each of them using two Pokémon randomly selected from their Super Course teams

Battle Maison Trainers

The Trainers faced in the Battle Maison challenges will normally have randomly-selected teams from a Trainer-specific roster of Pokémon. Each Pokémon will have a predetermined base stats (i.e. a fixed Nature, EVs and IVs). The gender and Ability will be randomly selected.

See more:
List of Battle Maison Trainers
List of Battle Maison Pokémon

Multi Battle partners

In the Multi Battle and Super Multi Battle challenges, the player can choose to partner with a friend or with the AI. Unlike the Battle Tower and Battle Subway from previous generations, the AI partners will always use the same two Pokémon (with the same moves, stats, gender and ability) each time the player registers for a challenge. However, the order that they send out their Pokémon appears to be random.

Pokémon X and Y

In Pokémon X and Y, the default AI partners consist of the player's rivals: Shauna, Tierno, and Trevor. The player can build on the list of available AI partners by registering Friend Codes to their profile. Each Friend Code will have a team of two selected from the set of Pokémon used by the Battle Maison's NPC opponents.




Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the player is limited to only the default set of AI partners: Brendan/May, Wally, MaxieOR/ArchieAS, and Steven. Although the player cannot expand the selection via Friend Codes in this game, the AI partners may use Mega Evolutions, potentially making them more useful than the ones available in Pokémon X and Y.








Item Location Games
  Lansat Berry Gift from a little girl after achieving 100 consecutive victories  X  Y 
  Starf Berry Gift from a little girl after achieving 200 consecutive victories  X  Y 
  Ability Capsule 1% chance of receiving one after a rematch with Wally  OR  AS 
  Skillful Battler Ribbon Given to each participating Pokémon after defeating a Battle Chatelaine in a regular battle  X  Y  OR  AS 
  Expert Battler Ribbon Given to each participating Pokémon after defeating a Battle Chatelaine in a Super Battle  X  Y  OR  AS 

Exchange Service Corner

The entrance hall includes two Exchange Service Corners, where the player can buy various items with Battle Points (BP).

Pokémon X and Y

The following items are offered as prizes in X and Y:

Left attendant
Right attendant

Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

Because the TMs offered in Pokémon X and Y are available elsewhere in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the goods of X and Y's left attendant are now split between the two attendants. The left attendant now deals in items that affect Pokémon stats and specifications, such as evolution items. The right attendant deals in held items to be used in battle, adding the Luminous Moss and Snowball that can otherwise be found out on the field in Kalos.

Left attendant
Right attendant


Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Wally will appear in the lobby to have a rematch with the player after the player achieves 50 consecutive victories. After being defeated for the first time, he will randomly reappear in the lobby, challenging the player with his strongest team. Wally has a 1% chance to give the player an Ability Capsule upon being defeated in a rematch.

First rematch

Second rematch onwards


Game Lobby Arena
Omega Ruby
Alpha Sapphire

In the spin-off games

Pokémon Masters EX

Artwork depicting the Battle Maison is seen in Evelyn, Nita, and Dana's mindscapes.

Evelyn & Entei
Nita & Landorus
Dana & Regice

In the manga

The Battle Maison in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

X & Y arc

In Pinsir Glares, Blaine was revealed to have been taken to recover at the Battle Maison by the Battle Chatelaine sisters after he had been injured in the ultimate weapon's blast.


  • A large amount of data from the Battle Maison appears to have been imported from its predecessor, the Battle Subway from Generation V:
    • Many of the Pokémon species (from before Generation VI) in the Battle Maison share the same movesets as their Battle Subway counterparts in the Super challenges. Additionally, none of the fully evolved species that have been excluded from the Super challenges in the Battle Subway appear in those of the Battle Maison.
    • Several Trainers from the Battle Maison in Pokémon X and Y have exactly or very similar quotes to those of similar Trainer Classes in the Battle Subway. A few even have the same name. However, almost all of the quotes and many of the names have been changed in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.
  • In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, a man in black found on the balcony mentions the Pike Queen and Scott.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 對戰屋 / 对战屋 Duìzhàn Wū
Mandarin 對戰屋 Deuijin Ūk
  French Maison de Combat
  German Kampfhaus
  Italian Villa Lotta
  Korean 배틀하우스 Battle House
  Spanish Mansión Batalla

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Battle Chatelaine
Double Battle
Battle Chatelaine
Triple Battle
Battle Chatelaine
Rotation Battle
Battle Chatelaine

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