Battle Resort

Battle Resort バトルリゾート
Battle Resort
"It's a paradise of Trainers: by Trainers and for Trainers."
Battle Resort ORAS.png
Map description: This grand resort was built with the aim of allowing Trainers to enjoy every kind of Pokémon battle.
Location: South of Route 130
Region: Hoenn
Generations: VI
Hoenn Battle Resort Map.png
Location of Battle Resort in Hoenn.
Pokémon world locations

The Battle Resort (Japanese: バトルリゾート Battle Resort) is a location in Hoenn. It only appears in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

It is the counterpart to Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire's Battle Tower and Pokémon Emerald's Battle Frontier, and is their predecessor.

It is only accessible after the player obtains the S.S. Ticket, which is obtained from Norman in Littleroot Town after completing the Delta Episode. It is accessed via the S.S. Tidal from the port in Slateport City or Lilycove City.

Role

When the player arrives for the first time, they are greeted by Wally, who had also received an S.S. Ticket and an invitation to the resort. Following him, the player encounters Archie, Matt, and ShellyOR/Maxie, Tabitha, and CourtneyAS. The trio thank the player for stopping their nemesis, and rewards them with SharpedoniteOR/CameruptiteAS. Upon entering the main area, the player and Wally are given an introduction to the Battle Resort by a Collector; if the player does not already have one, he will give them the Vs. Recorder.

On the southern side of the island, Looker has washed ashore with a bad case of amnesia. A local woman takes him in to her cabin. If the player visits him here, he gives the player an Audinite which he found in his coat pocket.

At the southeast corner of the island, there is a Triathlete who is looking for a new Bike. This Triathlete is one of three NPCs the player needs to talk to in order to be able to obtain both Bikes from Rydel.

Places of interest

Pokémon Day Care Annex

Main article: Pokémon Day Care

An annex of the Pokémon Day Care Center on Route 117 is located to the east of the Pokémon Center. It possesses all the services of the Pokémon Day Care on the mainland. It is run by the Day Care Lad and his older sister and holds Pokémon separately from the one on Route 117, allowing for two pairs of Pokémon to be bred at once.

Additionally, there is a continuous cycling path for hatching and breeding by standing in front of the Day Care Lad in front of the Day Care and riding sideways (both left and right work) until the player hits a corner, then holding up and cycling for as long as needed.

Stats judge

Inside the Pokémon Center of the resort, there is a stats judge who will read the individual values (IVs) of a selected Pokémon and determine the range of values which the IVs fall under, as well as naming all of its stats that have an IV of 31 or 0 (and make clear which is which).

Sound system

South of the Pokémon Day Care Annex is a Parasol Lady who will offer the change the background music, accepting which will change the background music of the Battle Resort outside to one of several tracks at random. The music will remain the area's background music until she changes it again, even if the player leaves the area.

Using any theme other than the Battle Resort theme, cycling and surfing will not change the music. If the player is cycling and changes the theme to Battle Resort, the music that plays at the time will be the cycling theme (although dismounting will result in the Battle Resort theme playing, as normal).

The available tracks are:

Battle Maison Replica

Main article: Battle Maison

There is a replica of the Kalos Battle Maison in the center of the Battle Resort. Progressing far enough through each battle mode will result in a battle against one of the Battle Chatelaines.

Grunt couple

In the second cabin to the right of the Battle Maison there is a male Team Magma Grunt and a female Team Aqua Grunt who have fallen in love and abandoned their teams to be together. While they agree to stay together no matter how their teams decide to punish them, two other grunts arrive to assure them that will be fine, and offer their blessings.

After leaving and entering again, the couple tell the player that they have decided to return to their respective teams, hoping to help mediate the tension between the teams. As a sign of their vow, the Team Magma Grunt and Team Aqua Grunt give the player their Camerupt and Sharpedo, respectively, that they had raised in honor of the leaders they admired.

Whismur show

Northwest of the Battle Maison, there is a woman with four Whismur who will perform a cup-and-ball mini-game. The objective of the game is to guess which Whismur is holding a Big Mushroom. If the player identifies the correct Whismur, they win the Big Mushroom. If the player loses, they may try again until the correct guess is made. The player can only receive one Big Mushroom per day this way.

On rare occasions, the game may be played with seven more Whismur and, oddly, a Marill. Eight of the Whismur leave after the game, along with the one holding the Big Mushroom, who later switches places with Marill.

This minigame is similar to the Patrat show in Black and White and the elemental monkey show in Black 2 and White 2.

Move Tutors

Move Tutors are available at the Battle Resort, immediately left of the Pokémon Center. Four Tutors have set up stands next to each other, and will teach Pokémon moves in exchange for Battle Points.

Leftmost
Move Type Cat. Price
Bind  Normal  Physical 4BP
Snore  Normal  Special 4BP
Water Pulse  Water  Special 4BP
Shock Wave  Electric  Special 4BP
Bug Bite  Bug  Physical 4BP
Covet  Normal  Physical 4BP
Low Kick  Fighting  Physical 8BP
Signal Beam  Bug  Special 8BP
Giga Drain  Grass  Special 8BP
Thunder Punch  Electric  Physical 8BP
Fire Punch  Fire  Physical 8BP
Ice Punch  Ice  Physical 8BP
Drain Punch  Fighting  Physical 8BP
Knock Off  Dark  Physical 12BP
Super Fang  Normal  Physical 12BP
Dual Chop  Dragon  Physical 12BP
Endeavor  Normal  Physical 16BP
Second from left
Move Type Cat. Price
Uproar  Normal  Special 8BP
Iron Tail  Steel  Physical 8BP
Bounce  Flying  Physical 8BP
Drill Run  Ground  Physical 8BP
Iron Head  Steel  Physical 8BP
Zen Headbutt  Psychic  Physical 8BP
Aqua Tail  Water  Physical 12BP
Dragon Pulse  Dragon  Special 12BP
Seed Bomb  Grass  Physical 12BP
Heat Wave  Fire  Special 12BP
Last Resort  Normal  Physical 12BP
Hyper Voice  Normal  Special 12BP
Foul Play  Dark  Physical 12BP
Earth Power  Ground  Special 12BP
Outrage  Dragon  Physical 16BP
Superpower  Fighting  Physical 16BP
Gunk Shot  Poison  Physical 16BP
Sky Attack  Flying  Physical 16BP
Focus Punch  Fighting  Physical 16BP
Second from right
Move Type Cat. Price
Block  Normal  Status 8BP
Skill Swap  Psychic  Status 8BP
Synthesis  Grass  Status 8BP
Role Play  Psychic  Status 8BP
Pain Split  Normal  Status 8BP
Gastro Acid  Poison  Status 8BP
Worry Seed  Grass  Status 8BP
Spite  Ghost  Status 8BP
After You  Normal  Status 8BP
Helping Hand  Normal  Status 8BP
Trick  Psychic  Status 8BP
Recycle  Normal  Status 8BP
Snatch  Dark  Status 8BP
Magic Coat  Psychic  Status 8BP
Magnet Rise  Electric  Status 8BP
Iron Defense  Steel  Status 8BP
Rightmost
Move Type Cat. Price
Heal Bell  Normal  Status 8BP
Tailwind  Flying  Status 8BP
Magic Room  Psychic  Status 8BP
Wonder Room  Psychic  Status 8BP
Stealth Rock  Rock  Status 8BP
Gravity  Psychic  Status 8BP
Electroweb  Electric  Special 8BP
Icy Wind  Ice  Special 12BP

Battle Frontier project

In the north of the upper section of the island, there is a model of the planned Battle Tower. The sign in front of it mentions that the Battle Frontier project has started, and that the model is that of the planned first facility for the frontier, the Battle Tower.

On the top floor of the Battle Maison, there is a man in a black suit who is acting as a talent scout for Scott. He mentions that he has already scouted the Pike Queen.

Items

Item Location Games
  Sharpedonite On the pier, a gift from Team Aqua upon arriving  OR 
  Cameruptite On the pier, a gift from Team Magma upon arriving  AS 
  Max Ether On the pier, at the south end (hidden)  OR  AS 
  Vs. Recorder In the sea-level area, from a Collector at the entrance (if not previously obtained at the Battle Institute)  OR  AS 
  TM87 (Swagger) In the sea-level area, east of the entrance, a gift from a Lady in the Day Care Annex for giving her  100  OR  AS 
  Big Pearl In the sea-level area, on the southeast side of the Resort, on the east side of the rocky outcrop (hidden)  OR  AS 
  Full Restore In the sea-level area, on the northeast side of the Resort, between three rocks by a male Swimmer (hidden)  OR  AS 
  Gengarite In the sea-level area, on the north side of the Resort in the custodian's cabin, the leftmost item against the back wall  OR  AS 
  Protein In the sea-level area, on the north side of the Resort in the custodian's cabin, the central item against the back wall  OR  AS 
  Zinc In the sea-level area, on the north side of the Resort in the custodian's cabin, the rightmost item against the back wall  OR  AS 
  Carbos In the sea-level area, on the north side of the Resort in the custodian's cabin, the item one space away from the back wall  OR  AS 
  HP Up In the sea-level area, on the north side of the Resort in the custodian's cabin, the item two spaces away from the back wall  OR  AS 
  Iron In the sea-level area, on the north side of the Resort in the custodian's cabin, the item three spaces away from the back wall  OR  AS 
  Calcium In the sea-level area, on the north side of the Resort in the custodian's cabin, the item closest to the door  OR  AS 
  HP Up In the sea-level area, on the west side of the Resort, in the northeast corner of the northmost Move Tutor's hut (hidden)  OR  AS 
  Big Mushroom In the hill area, in the northeast, a reward for winning the Whismur shuffle game (once per day)  OR  AS 
  Lansat Berry In the hill area, in the cabin just east of the Battle Maison, from the little girl after the player achieves 100 consecutive victories at the Maison  OR  AS 
  Starf Berry In the hill area, in the cabin just east of the Battle Maison, from the little girl after the player achieves 200 consecutive victories at the Maison  OR  AS 
  Passho Berry In the hill area, in the house in the northeast of the hill (with stairs on its west side), held by the Camerupt the Team Magma Grunt gives to the player  OR  AS 
  Wacan Berry In the hill area, in the house in the northeast of the hill (with stairs on its west side), held by the Sharpedo the Team Aqua Grunt gives to the player  OR  AS 
  Footprint Ribbon In the hill area, in the northwestern-most of the cabins over water in the east, from a Collector for showing him a Pokémon that has gained at least 30 levels  OR  AS 
  Level Release In the hill area, in the northwestern-most of the cabins over water in the east, from a Battle Girl  OR  AS 
  Audinite In the hill area, in the northeastern-most of the cabins over water in the east, from Looker after finding him on the east beach  OR  AS 

Random Berry

Item Location Games
  Pomeg Berry In the hill area, from the woman in the cabin just east of the Battle Maison (randomly once per day)  OR  AS 
  Kelpsy Berry In the hill area, from the woman in the cabin just east of the Battle Maison (randomly once per day)  OR  AS 
  Qualot Berry In the hill area, from the woman in the cabin just east of the Battle Maison (randomly once per day)  OR  AS 
  Hondew Berry In the hill area, from the woman in the cabin just east of the Battle Maison (randomly once per day)  OR  AS 
  Grepa Berry In the hill area, from the woman in the cabin just east of the Battle Maison (randomly once per day)  OR  AS 
  Tamato Berry In the hill area, from the woman in the cabin just east of the Battle Maison (randomly once per day)  OR  AS 

Pokémon

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Surfing
  Tentacruel
OR AS
  Surfing
35 50%
  Mantine
OR AS
  Surfing
40 1%
  Pelipper
OR AS
  Surfing
35, 40 19%
  Mantyke
OR AS
  Surfing
35 30%
Fishing
  Magikarp
OR AS
  Fishing
Old Rod
10, 15 65%
  Tentacool
OR AS
  Fishing
Old Rod
5 35%
  Magikarp
OR AS
  Fishing
Good Rod
25 60%
  Tentacool
OR AS
  Fishing
Good Rod
25 35%
  Remoraid
OR AS
  Fishing
Good Rod
25 5%
  Remoraid
OR AS
  Fishing
Super Rod
30, 35 95%
  Octillery
OR AS
  Fishing
Super Rod
40 5%
Gift Pokémon
  Sharpedo
OR AS
  Gift
40 One
  Camerupt
OR AS
  Gift
40 One
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


Trainers

The Battle Resort is home to several Trainers that specialize in a certain type, each of whom can be battled once a day. Each Trainer has seven different teams, from which they will randomly choose one, but among all of the Trainer's teams, only seven different Pokémon are used.

Lower section

Trainer Pokémon
Aroma Lady Carnation
 
Aroma Lady Carnation
サキコ Sakiko
Reward:  1,920
  Tangrowth Lv.60
No item
  Jumpluff Lv.60
No item
  Ludicolo Lv.60
No item
  Victreebel Lv.60
No item
 
Aroma Lady Carnation
サキコ Sakiko
Reward:  1,920
  Ferrothorn Lv.60
No item
  Ludicolo Lv.60
No item
  Victreebel Lv.60
No item
  Tangrowth Lv.60
No item
 
Aroma Lady Carnation
サキコ Sakiko
Reward:  1,920
  Exeggutor Lv.60
No item
  Victreebel Lv.60
No item
  Tangrowth Lv.60
No item
  Ferrothorn Lv.60
No item
 
Aroma Lady Carnation
サキコ Sakiko
Reward:  1,920
  Roserade Lv.60
No item
  Tangrowth Lv.60
No item
  Ferrothorn Lv.60
No item
  Exeggutor Lv.60
No item
 
Aroma Lady Carnation
サキコ Sakiko
Reward:  1,920
  Jumpluff Lv.60
No item
  Ferrothorn Lv.60
No item
  Exeggutor Lv.60
No item
  Roserade Lv.60
No item
 
Aroma Lady Carnation
サキコ Sakiko
Reward:  1,920
  Ludicolo Lv.60
No item
  Exeggutor Lv.60
No item
  Roserade Lv.60
No item
  Jumpluff Lv.60
No item
 
Aroma Lady Carnation
サキコ Sakiko
Reward:  1,920
  Victreebel Lv.60
No item
  Roserade Lv.60
No item
  Jumpluff Lv.60
No item
  Ludicolo Lv.60
No item
Rich Boy Antoin
 
Rich Boy Antoin
ゲンヤ Genya
Reward:  7,200
  Crobat Lv.60
No item
  Drapion Lv.60
No item
  Weezing Lv.60
No item
  Muk Lv.60
No item
 
Rich Boy Antoin
ゲンヤ Genya
Reward:  7,200
  Scolipede Lv.60
No item
  Muk Lv.60
No item
  Drapion Lv.60
No item
  Crobat Lv.60
No item
 
Rich Boy Antoin
ゲンヤ Genya
Reward:  7,200
  Muk Lv.60
No item
  Scolipede Lv.60
No item
  Toxicroak Lv.60
No item
  Drapion Lv.60
No item
 
Rich Boy Antoin
ゲンヤ Genya
Reward:  7,200
  Drapion Lv.60
No item
  Toxicroak Lv.60
No item
  Dragalge Lv.60
No item
  Scolipede Lv.60
No item
 
Rich Boy Antoin
ゲンヤ Genya
Reward:  7,200
  Toxicroak Lv.60
No item
  Weezing Lv.60
No item
  Scolipede Lv.60
No item
  Dragalge Lv.60
No item
 
Rich Boy Antoin
ゲンヤ Genya
Reward:  7,200
  Weezing Lv.60
No item
  Dragalge Lv.60
No item
  Crobat Lv.60
No item
  Toxicroak Lv.60
No item
 
Rich Boy Antoin
ゲンヤ Genya
Reward:  7,200
  Dragalge Lv.60
No item
  Crobat Lv.60
No item
  Muk Lv.60
No item
  Weezing Lv.60
No item
Fairy Tale Girl Josephine
 
Fairy Tale Girl Josephine
ミナコ Minako
Reward:  960
  Whimsicott Lv.60
No item
  Wigglytuff Lv.60
No item
  Slurpuff Lv.60
No item
  Granbull Lv.60
No item
 
Fairy Tale Girl Josephine
ミナコ Minako
Reward:  960
  Slurpuff Lv.60
No item
  Aromatisse Lv.60
No item
  Azumarill Lv.60
No item
  Wigglytuff Lv.60
No item
 
Fairy Tale Girl Josephine
ミナコ Minako
Reward:  960
  Azumarill Lv.60
No item
  Whimsicott Lv.60
No item
  Florges
Red Flower
Lv.60
No item
  Aromatisse Lv.60
No item
 
Fairy Tale Girl Josephine
ミナコ Minako
Reward:  960
  Florges
Red Flower
Lv.60
No item
  Slurpuff Lv.60
No item
  Granbull Lv.60
No item
  Whimsicott Lv.60
No item
 
Fairy Tale Girl Josephine
ミナコ Minako
Reward:  960
  Granbull Lv.60
No item
  Azumarill Lv.60
No item
  Wigglytuff Lv.60
No item
  Slurpuff Lv.60
No item
 
Fairy Tale Girl Josephine
ミナコ Minako
Reward:  960
  Wigglytuff Lv.60
No item
  Florges
Red Flower
Lv.60
No item
  Aromatisse Lv.60
No item
  Azumarill Lv.60
No item
 
Fairy Tale Girl Josephine
ミナコ Minako
Reward:  960
  Aromatisse Lv.60
No item
  Granbull Lv.60
No item
  Whimsicott Lv.60
No item
  Florges
Red Flower
Lv.60
No item
Trainers with a PokéNav by their names will be registered in the Trainer's Eyes or Match Call function after the first battle, and may have a rematch with the player with higher-level Pokémon.


Upper section

Trainer Pokémon
Poké Maniac Kelvin
 
Poké Maniac Kelvin
ジュンヤ Junya
Reward:  1,680
  Rhyperior Lv.60
No item
  Nidoking Lv.60
No item
  Mamoswine Lv.60
No item
  Hippowdon Lv.60
No item
 
Poké Maniac Kelvin
ジュンヤ Junya
Reward:  1,680
  Mamoswine Lv.60
No item
  Nidoqueen Lv.60
No item
  Rhyperior Lv.60
No item
  Hippowdon Lv.60
No item
 
Poké Maniac Kelvin
ジュンヤ Junya
Reward:  1,680
  Gastrodon
West Sea
Lv.60
No item
  Mamoswine Lv.60
No item
  Rhyperior Lv.60
No item
  Nidoqueen Lv.60
No item
 
Poké Maniac Kelvin
ジュンヤ Junya
Reward:  1,680
  Nidoqueen Lv.60
No item
  Gastrodon
West Sea
Lv.60
No item
  Garchomp Lv.60
No item
  Rhyperior Lv.60
No item
 
Poké Maniac Kelvin
ジュンヤ Junya
Reward:  1,680
  Nidoking Lv.60
No item
  Nidoqueen Lv.60
No item
  Gastrodon
West Sea
Lv.60
No item
  Garchomp Lv.60
No item
 
Poké Maniac Kelvin
ジュンヤ Junya
Reward:  1,680
  Hippowdon Lv.60
No item
  Gastrodon
West Sea
Lv.60
No item
  Garchomp Lv.60
No item
  Nidoking Lv.60
No item
 
Poké Maniac Kelvin
ジュンヤ Junya
Reward:  1,680
  Garchomp Lv.60
No item
  Hippowdon Lv.60
No item
  Nidoking Lv.60
No item
  Mamoswine Lv.60
No item
Bug Maniac Felix
 
Bug Maniac Felix
コウジロウ Kōjirō
Reward:  1,680
  Scizor Lv.60
No item
  Galvantula Lv.60
No item
  Heracross Lv.60
No item
  Pinsir Lv.60
No item
 
Bug Maniac Felix
コウジロウ Kōjirō
Reward:  1,680
  Ninjask Lv.60
No item
  Heracross Lv.60
No item
  Pinsir Lv.60
No item
  Scizor Lv.60
No item
 
Bug Maniac Felix
コウジロウ Kōjirō
Reward:  1,680
  Leavanny Lv.60
No item
  Pinsir Lv.60
No item
  Scizor Lv.60
No item
  Ninjask Lv.60
No item
 
Bug Maniac Felix
コウジロウ Kōjirō
Reward:  1,680
  Crustle Lv.60
No item
  Scizor Lv.60
No item
  Ninjask Lv.60
No item
  Leavanny Lv.60
No item
 
Bug Maniac Felix
コウジロウ Kōjirō
Reward:  1,680
  Galvantula Lv.60
No item
  Ninjask Lv.60
No item
  Leavanny Lv.60
No item
  Crustle Lv.60
No item
 
Bug Maniac Felix
コウジロウ Kōjirō
Reward:  1,680
  Heracross Lv.60
No item
  Leavanny Lv.60
No item
  Crustle Lv.60
No item
  Galvantula Lv.60
No item
 
Bug Maniac Felix
コウジロウ Kōjirō
Reward:  1,680
  Pinsir Lv.60
No item
  Crustle Lv.60
No item
  Galvantula Lv.60
No item
  Heracross Lv.60
No item
Trainers with a PokéNav by their names will be registered in the Trainer's Eyes or Match Call function after the first battle, and may have a rematch with the player with higher-level Pokémon.


Trivia

  • A Gentleman in one of the houses is a famous Trainer from a foreign country. In the English versions, he speaks Japanese, while in Japanese and non-English European versions, he speaks English (with minor variations depending on the language). He says: "I see. I can tell just by looking at you that you're not a run-of-the-mill Trainer. I recommend that you keep on training and then compete with the world's best at the Pokémon World Championships." (Japanese: 「フム⋯⋯ みただけで わかるよ キミは ただもの ではない トレーナーだ そのうでを さらに みがいて せかい⋯⋯ ポケモンワールドチャンピオンシップスに チャレンジすることを おススメするよ」)
  • The types of Pokémon that the beachside Trainers use are the five remaining types not used by the Gym Leaders, Elite Four, and Champion of Hoenn.
  • The continuous cycling path near the Day Care annex is exactly 256 steps long.

In other languages

Language Title
Mandarin Chinese 对战名胜区 Duìzhàn Míngshèngqū
  French Atoll de Combat
  German Kampfresort
  Italian Resort Lotta
  Korean 배틀리조트 Battle Resort
  Spanish Resort Batalla



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