Battle Royale

This article is about the mode in the Pokémon Rumble series. For the battle format in Generation VII, see Battle Royal.
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Battle Royale バトル ロワイアル
Battle Royale
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Location: Pokémon Rumble
Region: Unknown
Generations: IV, V, VI

Location of Battle Royale in Unknown.
Pokémon world locations

The Battle Royale (Japanese: バトル ロワイアル Battle Royale) is a mode in Pokémon Rumble and Pokémon Rumble Blast similar to a Gym found in the core series Pokémon games. It takes place in an environment similar to that of a ring in which boxing matches take place. In order to compete in a Battle Royale, the player must have befriended and recruited at least one Pokémon whose power is at or above a given level. For example, the Normal Mode rank C Battle Royale requires at least one Pokémon of power 100 or higher. To complete a Battle Royale, a lot of Pokémon must be defeated in a row without the player losing all three Wonder Keys due to fainting. The exact number of Pokémon that must be defeated ranges widely, from around 50 in the first few battles to over 250 in the later, more difficult battles.

The player and up to three other players may fight with their choice of Pokémon. Often near the ending of the Battle Royale, up to six fully-evolved Pokémon with a lot of strength and HP appear and challenge the player. These Pokémon are referred to as Powerful Rivals by the game and are warned about at the beginning of the match by showing their attack and defenses (by displaying circular icons) and a silhouette of them. The player is also given the Pokémon's type on this warning screen.

Unlike other places in Pokémon Rumble, the player is not allowed to switch out Pokémon until their Pokémon is defeated. The game will pause when a player is selecting, and it will resume when the Pokémon selection is complete.

Defeating all the Pokémon and winning the Battle Royale will reap a big reward, although small to begin with. The prizes start at 500P in Normal Mode, Rank C, and will eventually reach 18,000P in EX Mode.

Rules

The Battle Royale consists of only three basic, given rules that can be checked immediately before entering the Battle Royale.

  • Defeat all other Pokémon!
  • Can't switch until Pokémon faint.
  • If time runs out, you lose.

There are some other "rules" that players may figure out over the course of a Battle Royale match that aren't explicitly stated.

  • The fence along the edges of the field is electric. Any Pokémon that touches it will receive damage.
  • The event is timed. Defeating an opponent will make a stopwatch-like icon appear in their place (instead of a coin, which would appear in the six mini-stages). Grab those to add 5 seconds to the clock per stopwatch.
  • Unless multiplayer mode is used, any Pokémon on the field not being controlled by the player must be defeated.

Pokémon

Pokémon will appear on the field every now and then in batches of eight, except for the Powerful Rivals who appear at special times and in their own unique groups. They are the species found in the six mini-stages accessible from the Terminal: Silent Forest, Rocky Cave, Bright Beach, Windy Prairie, Fiery Furnace, and Eternal Tower. Any Pokémon that would appear in one of those six stages within a rank should be expected to appear on the Battle Royale field for that rank.*

Normal Mode

The first series of Battle Royales takes place in the Normal Mode, which is unlocked at the start of the game. The Normal Mode has four ranks, C, B, A, and S, from easiest to hardest. Players start at the C Rank and move up as they progress through and win Battle Royale competitions.

Rank C

Rank C's Battle Royale requires that Pokémon have a power greater than or equal to 100, however the Rattata used as a starter Pokémon tries to compete in it at power 19 and subsequently fails soon after. The prize for winning this Battle Royale is 500P. The order of opponents are as follows, the ones from Silent Forest, then Windy Prairie, Bright Beach, Rocky Cave, Eternal Tower, and finally Fiery Furnace.

Pokémon Types Move Rank encountered in
  Vaporeon Water Water Gun C
  Jolteon Electric Thunder Fang C
  Flareon Fire Fire Fang C

Rank B

Rank B's Battle Royale requires that Pokémon have a power greater than or equal to 200. The prize for winning it is 1,500P. This Battle Royale's Powerful Rivals appear one at a time, as opposed to all at once like the Rank C Battle Royale. They are organized in the table below in order of entry into the Battle Royale. The order of opponents are as follows, the ones from Fiery Furnace, then Eternal Tower, Silent Forest, Bright Beach, Rocky Cave and finally Windy Prairie.

Pokémon Types Move Rank encountered in
  Golem Rock Ground Rock Blast B (First Powerful Rival)
  Alakazam Psychic Psychic B (Second Powerful Rival)
  Gengar Ghost Poison Shadow Ball B (Third Powerful Rival)
  Machamp Fighting Cross Chop B (Fourth Powerful Rival)

Rank A

Rank A's Battle Royale requires that Pokémon have a power greater than or equal to 400. Its prize is 3,000P. The order of opponents are as follows, the ones from Rocky Cave, then Windy Prairie, Silent Forest, Eternal Tower, Fiery Furnace and finally Bright Beach

Pokémon Types Move Rank encountered in
  Venusaur Grass Poison Petal Dance A
  Charizard Fire Flying Flamethrower A
  Blastoise Water Hydro Pump A

Rank S

Rank S's Battle Royale is the last of the Normal Mode. It requires that Pokémon have a power greater than or equal to 600. Its prize is 5,000P. Mewtwo is a Powerful Rival in this Battle Rival, but its silhouette is not shown like the others. When it appears, the background music changes to the music of the original battle music of Pokémon Red and Blue. Mewtwo appears a while after the three other Powerful Rivals appear. The order of opponents are as follows, the ones from Windy Prairie, then Silent Forest, Bright Beach, Fiery Furnace, Rocky Cave, and finally Eternal Tower.

Pokémon Types Move Rank encountered in
  Articuno Ice Flying Ice Beam S (First Powerful Rival)
  Zapdos Electric Flying Thunder S (First Powerful Rival)
  Moltres Fire Flying Heat Wave S (First Powerful Rival)
  Mewtwo Psychic Psychic and Psycho Cut S (Final Powerful Rival)

Advanced Mode

After players have completed Normal Mode, Advanced Mode unlocks. It, like the Normal Mode, is composed of four ranks: C, B, A and S. The Advanced Mode features Pokémon from Sinnoh, along with the original 150 encountered previously. Most Battle Royales of the Advanced Mode consist of multiple rounds of Powerful Rivals, similar to that of Normal Mode's B rank.

Rank C

Advanced Rank C's Battle Royale requires that Pokémon have a power greater than or equal to 1,000. Its prize is 8,000P. All six Rotom will appear at once on the field.

Pokémon Types Move Rank encountered in
  Rotom Electric Ghost Discharge C
  Rotom
Heat Rotom
Electric Fire Discharge C
  Rotom
Wash Rotom
Electric Water Discharge C
  Rotom
Frost Rotom
Electric Ice Discharge C
  Rotom
Fan Rotom
Electric Flying Discharge C
  Rotom
Mow Rotom
Electric Grass Discharge C

Rank B

Advanced Rank B's Battle Royale requires that Pokémon have a power greater than or equal to 1,200. Its prize is 10,000P.

Pokémon Types Move Rank encountered in
  Rampardos Rock Head Smash B (First Powerful Rival)
  Bastiodon Rock Steel Iron Head B (First Powerful Rival)
  Electivire Electric Thunderbolt B (Second Powerful Rival)
  Magmortar Fire Flamethrower B (Second Powerful Rival)

Rank A

Advanced Rank A's Battle Royale requires that Pokémon have a power greater than or equal to 1,500. Its prize is 13,000P.

Pokémon Types Move Rank encountered in
  Torterra Grass Ground Wood Hammer A (First Powerful Rival)
  Infernape Fire Fighting Close Combat A (First Powerful Rival)
  Empoleon Water Steel Aqua Jet A (First Powerful Rival)
  Darkrai Dark Dark Pulse A (Second Powerful Rival)

Rank S

Advanced Rank S's Battle Royale is the last of the Advanced Mode's Battle Royale competitions. It requires that Pokémon have a power greater than or equal to 1,800. Its prize is 15,000P. Mewtwo makes an appearance again here and, like in the Normal Rank, its silhouette will not be displayed when the player begins the Battle Royale.

Pokémon Types Move Rank encountered in
  Dialga Steel Dragon Roar of Time S (First Powerful Rival)
  Palkia Water Dragon Spacial Rend S (First Powerful Rival)
  Giratina Ghost Dragon Shadow Force S (First Powerful Rival)
  Mewtwo Psychic Psychic and Psycho Cut S (Final Powerful Rival)

EX Mode

In EX Mode, Battle Royales undergo a different type of structure. A Battle Royale in EX Mode is just like any other Battle Royale, except:

  • Players do two Battle Royale competitions, back-to-back.
  • In between the competitions, all used-up Wonder Keys are restored.
  • All Pokémon retain their HP entering the second competition. This includes Knocked Out Pokémon, who obviously retain their status as Knocked Out.
  • All EX Mode Battle Royale competitions give 18,000P as prizes.

The EX Battle Royale does not have a specific ranking system. Rather, it contains four competitions within it. Unlike the previous modes, once EX Mode has been unlocked, the first round of Battle Royale competitions is available. When a player defeats both Battle Royales of one round, the next round is unlocked. The power of Pokémon brought into the Battle Royale is not restricted, however, it is tested by the Pokémon in the Battle Royale. The second Battle Royale of any round is more difficult than the first, and the first battle of any round is the same difficulty (or harder) than the second battle of the previous round.

Round 1

Round 1's Battle Royale competitions have the same Powerful Rivals as the C ranks of Normal and Advanced Modes. Its battles, like all other EX Mode Battle Royale battles, give 18,000P each. Winning both battles gives a grand total of 36,000P and unlocks Round 2.

Pokémon Types Move Rank encountered in
  Vaporeon Water Water Gun C (Battle 1)
  Jolteon Electric Thunder Fang C (Battle 1)
  Flareon Fire Fire Fang C (Battle 1)
  Rotom Electric Ghost Discharge C (Battle 2)
  Rotom
Heat Rotom
Electric Fire Discharge C (Battle 2)
  Rotom
Wash Rotom
Electric Water Discharge C (Battle 2)
  Rotom
Frost Rotom
Electric Ice Discharge C (Battle 2)
  Rotom
Fan Rotom
Electric Flying Discharge C (Battle 2)
  Rotom
Mow Rotom
Electric Grass Discharge C (Battle 2)

Round 2

Round 2's Battle Royale competitions have the same Powerful Rivals as the B ranks of Normal and Advanced Modes. Its battles, like all other EX Mode Battle Royale battles, give 18,000P each. Winning both battles gives a grand total of 36,000P and unlocks Round 3.

Pokémon Types Move Rank encountered in
  Golem Rock Ground Rock Blast B (Battle 1, First Powerful Rival)
  Alakazam Psychic Psychic B (Battle 1, Second Powerful Rival)
  Gengar Ghost Poison Shadow Ball B (Battle 1, Third Powerful Rival)
  Machamp Fighting Cross Chop B (Battle 1, Fourth Powerful Rival)
  Rampardos Rock Head Smash B (Battle 2, First Powerful Rival)
  Bastiodon Rock Steel Iron Head B (Battle 2, First Powerful Rival)
  Electivire Electric Thunderbolt B (Battle 2, Second Powerful Rival)
  Magmortar Fire Flamethrower B (Battle 2, Second Powerful Rival)

Round 3

Round 3's Battle Royale competitions have the same Powerful Rivals as the A ranks of Normal and Advanced Modes. Its battles, like all other EX Mode Battle Royale battles, give 18,000P each. Winning both battles gives a grand total of 36,000P and unlocks Round 4.

Pokémon Types Move Rank encountered in
  Venusaur Grass Poison Petal Dance A (Battle 1)
  Charizard Fire Flying Flamethrower A (Battle 1)
  Blastoise Water Hydro Pump A (Battle 1)
  Torterra Grass Ground Wood Hammer A (Battle 2, First Powerful Rival)
  Infernape Fire Fighting Close Combat A (Battle 2, First Powerful Rival)
  Empoleon Water Steel Aqua Jet A (Battle 2, First Powerful Rival)
  Darkrai Dark Dark Pulse A (Battle 2, Second Powerful Rival)

Round 4

Round 4's Battle Royale competitions have the same Powerful Rivals as the S ranks of Normal and Advanced Modes. Its battles, like all other EX Mode Battle Royale battles, give 18,000P each. Winning both battles gives a grand total of 36,000P. Mewtwo is only fought once in Round 4, in the second battle as its final Powerful Rival. EX Round 4 is the last series of Battle Royales in the game of Pokémon Rumble.

Pokémon Types Move Rank encountered in
  Articuno Ice Flying Ice Beam S (Battle 1)
  Zapdos Electric Flying Thunder S (Battle 1)
  Moltres Fire Flying Heat Wave S (Battle 1)
  Dialga Steel Dragon Roar of Time S (Battle 2, First Powerful Rival)
  Palkia Water Dragon Spacial Rend S (Battle 2, First Powerful Rival)
  Giratina Ghost Dragon Shadow Force S (Battle 2, First Powerful Rival)
  Mewtwo Psychic Psychic and Psycho Cut S (Battle 2, Final Powerful Rival)

Pokémon Rumble Blast

In Pokémon Rumble Blast, Battle Royales still exist, however, there are a few changes;

  • Each stopwatch gives 2 seconds instead of 5;
  • Each Battle Royale has set Pokémon appearing;
  • There are type restrictions and themes in various Battle Royales;
  • Pokémon of any power level can participate in the challenges just like in the EX rank.

Rivals

Each Battle Royale has rivals, who are the strongest foes in the Battle Royale.

Trailhead Field

Pokémon Types Move Special Trait
  Axew Dragon Payback None
  Scraggy Dark Fighting Faint Attack None

Seabreeze Trail

Pokémon Type Move Special Trait
  Throh Fighting Storm Throw None
  Sawk Fighting Brick Break None

Echo Valley

Grass-Only Battle Royale
Pokémon Type Move Special Trait
  Ivysaur Grass Poison Razor Leaf None
  Bayleef Grass Magical Leaf None
  Grovyle Grass Leaf Blade None
  Grotle Grass Giga Drain None
Water-Only Battle Royale
Pokémon Type(s) Move Special Trait
  Wartortle Water Water Pulse None
  Croconaw Water Ice Fang None
  Marshtomp Water Ground Mud Bomb None
  Prinplup Water BubbleBeam None
Fire-Only Battle Royale
Pokémon Type(s) Move Special Trait
  Charmeleon Fire Fire Fang None
  Quilava Fire Flame Wheel None
  Combusken Fire Fighting Double Kick None
  Monferno Fire Fighting Flame Wheel None

Challenger's Ground

Semi-final
Pokémon Type(s) Move Special Trait
  Vullaby Dark Flying Gust None
  Pawniard Dark Steel Faint Attack None
  Deino Dark Dragon Bite None
Final
Pokémon Type(s) Move Special Trait
  Serperior Grass Leaf Blade None
  Samurott Water Aqua Tail None
  Emboar Fire Fighting Heat Crash None

Misty Edgewater: Ghost-Only

Pokémon Type(s) Move Special Trait
  Spiritomb Ghost Dark Dark Pulse None

Soothing Shore: Bug-Only

Pokémon Type(s) Move Special Trait
  Pinsir Bug X-Scissor None
  Heracross Bug Fighting Megahorn None

Shimmering Lake

Pokémon Type Move Special Trait
  Vaporeon Water Water Gun None
  Jolteon Electric Thunder Fang None
  Flareon Fire Fire Fang None
  Espeon Psychic Confusion None
  Umbreon Dark Assurance None
  Leafeon Grass Magical Leaf None
  Glaceon Ice Ice Fang None

Rugged Flats

Pokémon Type Move Special Trait
  Stoutland Normal Crunch None
  Cinccino Normal Tail Slap None
  Bouffalant Normal Head Charge None
  Tauros Normal Take Down None

Volcanic Slope

Pokémon Type Move Special Trait
  Carracosta Water Rock Aqua Tail None
  Archeops Rock Flying Rock Slide None

Pokémon Rumble World

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Unlike the previous games, the player can switch Pokémon without fainting.

Pokémon Rumble Rush

 
Battle Royale in Rumble Rush

Battle Royale was introduced to Pokémon Rumble Rush in version 1.5.0 with the Ho-Oh & 151 Pals event. Similar to previous games, Battle Royale has the player battle against opponent Pokémon in a boxing ring. However, unlike previous games, the player uses a team of three Pokémon to battle against three other randomly selected teams. The Pokémon move and battle autonomously until they faint. The player is unable to switch their Pokémon during battle.

The winner is the player who defeats all other Pokémon within the 45 second time limit. The battle ends in a draw if players have an equal number of Pokémon that have not fainted by the end of the timer.

Battle Royale has several cups that the player can participate in. Each cup features 12 levels of difficulty, with the player unlocking a higher tier once the player clears the lower tier. The player can play for free three times a day. Afterwards, each battle costs 100 Poké Diamonds. Each cup has a featured type which provides an attack boost to Pokémon of that specific type. When a cup is newly introduced to the game, there is an event bonus period which gives the player a four time boost in the number of points earned.

Cup Event bonus period Boosted type
Torchic Cup March 4 to 11, 2020 Fire
Mewtwo Cup March 11 to 25, 2020 Psychic
Kyogre Cup April 1 to 15, 2020 Water
Shaymin Cup April 22 to May 6, 2020 Grass
Zygarde Cup May 13 to 27, 2020 Dragon
Cobalion Cup June 10 to 17, 2020 Fighting, Steel
Zekrom Cup June 17 to 24, 2020 Electric
Diancie Cup June 24 to July 1, 2020 Rock, Fairy
Pheromosa Cup July 1 to 8, 2020 Bug
Lunala Cup July 8 to 15, 2020 Ghost, Psychic
Arceus Cup July 15 to 22, 2020 None

Points are awarded at the end of the battle for participation, victory and number of KOs, with higher tiers offering greater point rewards.

Tier Victory points K.O. points Participation points
Poké Ball Tier: E 200 40 60
Poké Ball Tier: D 300 60 90
Poké Ball Tier: C 400 80 120
Poké Ball Tier: B 500 100 150
Poké Ball Tier: A 600 120 180
Great Ball Tier: C 1000 200 300
Great Ball Tier: B 1400 280 400
Great Ball Tier: A 1800 360 500
Ultra Ball Tier: C 2500 500 700
Ultra Ball Tier: B 3000 600 900
Ultra Ball Tier: A 3500 700 1100
Master Ball Tier 6000 2000 1500

Swap Shop

Points can be used to exchange for useful items, such as gears and Poké Glam in the Swap Shop.

Item Points Availability
Title
  Torchic Cup Star Obtained automatically once player reaches 500,000 points Torchic Cup
  Mewtwo Cup Star Obtained automatically once player reaches 1,200,000 points Mewtwo Cup
  Kyogre Cup Star Obtained automatically once player reaches 1,500,000 points Kyogre Cup
  Shaymin Cup Star Obtained automatically once player reaches 1,500,000 points Shaymin Cup
  Zygarde Cup Star Obtained automatically once player reaches 1,500,000 points Zygarde Cup
  Cobalion Cup Star Obtained automatically once player reaches 500,000 points Cobalion Cup
  Zekrom Cup Star Obtained automatically once player reaches 500,000 points Zekrom Cup
  Diancie Cup Star Obtained automatically once player reaches 500,000 points Diancie Cup
  Pheromosa Cup Star Obtained automatically once player reaches 500,000 points Pheromosa Cup
  Lunala Cup Star Obtained automatically once player reaches 500,000 points Lunala Cup
  Arceus Cup Star Obtained automatically once player reaches 500,000 points Arceus Cup
Poké Glam
  Fire-Type Prints 10,000 Torchic Cup
  Psychic-Type Prints 10,000 Mewtwo Cup
Lunala Cup
  Water-Type Prints 10,000 Kyogre Cup
  Grass-Type Prints 10,000 Shaymin Cup
  Dragon-Type Prints 10,000 Zygarde Cup
  Steel-Type Prints 10,000 Cobalion Cup
  Fighting-Type Prints 10,000 Cobalion Cup
  Electric-Type Prints 10,000 Zekrom Cup
  Fairy-Type Prints 10,000 Diancie Cup
  Rock-Type Prints 10,000 Diancie Cup
  Bug-Type Prints 10,000 Pheromosa Cup
  Ghost-Type Prints 10,000 Lunala Cup
  Fun Balloons 60,000 Torchic Cup
20,000 Cobalion Cup
  Star Aura 60,000 Mewtwo Cup
20,000 Arceus Cup
  Rain Confetti 60,000 Kyogre Cup
20,000 Zekrom Cup
  Petal Aura 60,000 Shaymin Cup
20,000 Diancie Cup
  Sulfur Dust 60,000 Zygarde Cup
Lunala Cup
  Mushroom Balloons 20,000 Pheromosa Cup
Gears
  Flash Cannon Gear (Magneton)
Lv. 5
60,000 Cobalion Cup
  Cross Chop Gear (Machamp)
Lv. 5
60,000 Cobalion Cup
  Wild Charge Gear (Manectric)
Lv. 5
60,000 Zekrom Cup
  Disarming Voice Gear (Wigglytuff)
Lv. 5
60,000 Diancie Cup
  Rock Slide Gear (Lycanroc)
Lv. 5
60,000 Diancie Cup
  Megahorn Gear (Heracross)
Lv. 5
60,000 Pheromosa Cup
  Shadow Ball Gear (Gengar)
Lv. 5
60,000 Lunala Cup
  Psyshock Gear (Gothitelle)
Lv. 5
60,000 Lunala Cup
  Dragon Hammer Gear (Exeggutor)
Lv. 5
60,000 Arceus Cup
  Lava Plume Gear (Flareon)
Lv. 5
60,000 Arceus Cup
  Water Pulse Gear (Blastoise)
Lv. 5
60,000 Arceus Cup
  Energy Ball Gear (Venusaur)
Lv. 5
60,000 Arceus Cup
Socket Plus
  Socket Plus 150,000* All cups
  Socket Plus 500,000* Mewtwo Cup
Kyogre Cup
Shaymin Cup
Zygarde Cup
Other
  P ×500000 100,000 All cups
  Snappy Upgrade Kit ×20 1,500 All cups
  Snappy Upgrade Kit ×200 15,000 All cups
  Charge Boost Upgrade Kit ×20 1,500 All cups
  Charge Boost Upgrade Kit ×200 15,000 All cups
  Lobber Upgrade Kit ×20 1,500 All cups
  Lobber Upgrade Kit ×200 15,000 All cups
  Grappler Upgrade Kit ×20 1,500 All cups
  Grappler Upgrade Kit ×200 15,000 All cups
  Brawny Upgrade Kit ×20 1,500 All cups
  Brawny Upgrade Kit ×200 15,000 All cups
  Normal Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Normal Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Fighting Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Fighting Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Flying Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Flying Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Poison Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Poison Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Ground Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Ground Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Rock Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Rock Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Bug Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Bug Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Ghost Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Ghost Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Steel Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Steel Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Fire Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Fire Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Water Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Water Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Grass Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Grass Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Electric Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Electric Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Psychic Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Psychic Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Ice Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Ice Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Dragon Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Dragon Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Dark Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Dark Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups
  Fairy Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×20 1,000 All cups
  Fairy Move Plus Upgrade Kit ×200 10,000 All cups


Pokémon Rumble locations
Silent Forest | Windy Prairie | Rocky Cave | Fiery Furnace | Bright Beach | Eternal Tower | Battle Royale


Pokémon Rumble Blast locations
Beginner's Park
Towns
Toy TownEasterly TownWesterly TownNortherly TownAxle Town
Fields
Trailhead FieldSeabreeze TrailEcho ValleyChallenger's Ground
Sun-Dappled BankMisty EdgewaterSoothing ShoreShimmering Lake
Rugged FlatsVolcanic SlopeFirebreathing Mountain
Frozen TundraEverspring ValleySunny SeashoreFallaway Edge
World Axle - Underground EntryWorld Axle - B1FWorld Axle - B2FWorld Axle - ShaftWorld Axle - Deepest LevelWorld Axle - Upper Levels


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