Ember Mountains

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Ember Mountains (Japanese: ひのこ山地 Ember Mountains) is one of the first three areas available to purchase in Pokémon Rumble World and serves as the Fire-type starting area. The Ember Balloon is required for access. It consists of three stages.

No Legendary Pokémon are found in the Ember Mountains.

Fireweed Field

All Furfrou trims are available, but have randomized appearances with each visit. There is a title available for seeing and collecting all forms.

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  Spearow
  Fearow Boss
  Doduo
  Dodrio
  Fletchling
  Fletchinder Boss
  Talonflame Boss
  Furfrou

Furnace Mountain

Male Pyroar are very rare and have slim chances of capture. This mechanic is directly related to its gender ratio.

Pokémon Entrance Center Back
  Charmander
  Charmeleon Boss
  Charizard Boss
  Rattata
  Ponyta
  Rapidash Boss
  Litleo
  Pyroar

Shrine of Magic

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  Nidoran♀
  Nidorina
  Nidoqueen
  Pansear
  Simisear Boss
  Fennekin
  Braixen Boss
  Delphox Boss

In other languages

Language Title
  French Mont Brasier
  German Glutgebirge
  Italian Monti Scintilla
  Spanish Monte Ascuas


Fireweed Field

Language Title
  Japanese 野焼きの草地 Burning Grassland
  French Prairie des Brûlis
  German Brandauen
  Italian Campo Bruciato
  Spanish Campo Caluroso

Furnace Mountain

Language Title
  Japanese かまど山 Furnace Mountain
  French Mont Brasier
  German Herdberg
  Italian Monte Fornace
  Spanish Cerro del Alto Horno

Shrine of Magic

Language Title
  Japanese 魔力のほこら Shrine of Magic
  French Chapelle Magique
  German Zauberschrein
  Italian Nicchia della Magia
  Spanish Templo de la Magia


Pokémon Rumble World locations
King's Training FieldLeafy ExpanseDewdrop BayEmber Mountains
Ruby VolcanoSapphire SeaGold PlateauSilver Isles
Diamond CraterPearl MarshBlack RealmWhite Ruins
Fairy LandDark LandOrigin HideawayStarlight Islands
Distortion LandPlasma TundraLegend TerrainChanging Land


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