Blade-and-Shield Path

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Blade-and-Shield Path (Japanese: けんとたてのみち Blade-and-Shield Path) is the second zone in Pokémon Battle Trozei. Access to this zone is available once the player completes Stage 4 of Renegade Meadow.

In all stages, Pokémon appear in the center above columns 3 and 4 unless otherwise noted.

Stage 1

The Pokémon appearing on the board are Aron, Dratini, Gastly, Meowth, and Raticate. None of these are super effective against Bulbasaur, meaning it's impossible to 100% the stage without support.

Order Pokémon Type HP Appearance conditions
1   Pansage Grass 100 None
2   Pancham Fighting 40 Above columns 2 and 3
  Pancham Fighting 40 Above columns 4 and 5
3   Pangoro Fighting 200 Capture both Pancham simultaneously
Appears above columns 4 and 5
4   Bulbasaur Grass 300 Boss
5   Ivysaur Grass 400 Capture Bulbasaur with a super-effective move

Stage 2

The Pokémon appearing on the board are Gastly, Koffing, Magnemite, Raticate, and Slowpoke. As before, none are super effective against Charmander, making it necessary to bring support to 100% the stage.

Order Pokémon Type HP Appearance conditions
1   Pansear Fire 100 None
2   Weedle Bug 20 Above columns 2 and 3
  Kakuna Bug 20 Above columns 4 and 5
3   Charmander Fire 300 Boss
4   Charmeleon Fire 400 Capture Charmander with a super-effective move

Stage 3

The Pokémon appearing on the board are Caterpie, Pidgey, Sandshrew, Slowpoke, and Umbreon. As with Stage 1 and Stage 2, none are super effective against Squirtle, making it necessary to bring support to 100% the stage.

Order Pokémon Type HP Appearance conditions
1   Panpour Water 150 None
2   Zigzagoon Normal 20 Left side
  Zigzagoon Normal 20 Right side
  Linoone Normal 200 Above columns 3 and 4
3   Squirtle Water 300 Boss
4   Wartortle Water 400 Capture Squirtle with a super-effective move

Stage 4

Pokémon on the board in this stage are Elekid, Gastly, Magnemite, Mankey, and Umbreon.

Order Pokémon Type HP Appearance conditions
1   Binacle Rock 100 Above columns 2 and 3
  Binacle Rock 100 Above columns 4 and 5
2   Barbaracle Rock 200 Capture both Binacle simultaneously
3   Honedge Steel 100 Above columns 2 and 3
  Honedge Steel 100 Above columns 4 and 5
4   Doublade Steel 300 Above columns 2 and 3
  Aegislash Steel 300 Boss
Above columns 4 and 5

Stage 5

This stage appears after the following conditions are met:

  • Capture Ivysaur in Zone 2, Stage 1
  • Capture Charmeleon in Zone 2, Stage 2
  • Capture Wartortle in Zone 2, Stage 3

This is the first stage where an opposing Pokémon occupies a three square area, covering columns 3 through 5 in all cases. This can be seen in advance where only two rows of preview Pokémon are visible.

The Pokémon on the board are Bulbasaur, Charmander, Elekid, Meowth, and Squirtle. All three fully-evolved Starter Pokémon in this stage can be attacked with a super-effective attack without the need for additional support.

Order Pokémon Type HP Appearance conditions
1   Blastoise Water 1,000 None
2   Venusaur Grass 1,000 None
3   Charizard Fire 1,000 Boss

Stage 6

This stage appears after the player obtains an A-rank or S-rank on each of stages 1-4 in Zone 2.

Pokémon on the board are Cleffa, Koffing, Marill, Snubbull, and Togepi.

Order Pokémon Type HP Appearance conditions
1   Spritzee Fairy 20 Left side
  Spritzee Fairy 20 Right side
  Spritzee Fairy 20 Above columns 2 and 3
  Spritzee Fairy 20 Above columns 4 and 5
2   Swirlix Fairy 250 None
3   Happiny Normal 500 None
4   Igglybuff Fairy 20 Left side
  Igglybuff Fairy 20 Right side
  Igglybuff Fairy 20 Above columns 3 and 4
5   Jigglypuff Fairy 120 Left side
  Jigglypuff Fairy 120 Right side
  Wigglytuff Fairy 600 Boss
Above columns 3 and 4
6   Sylveon Fairy 200 Eevee is a Support Pokémon


Renegade MeadowBlade-and-Shield PathColossal Forest
Sky-High RuinsMysterious FountainPitch-Black Cavern
Sacred PlainsDistortion IslandDragon HillMountain of Order
Safari JungleIsland of HasteInfinite Ruins


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