Leafy Expanse

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Leafy Expanse (Japanese: わかば平野 Verdure Plains) is one of the first three areas available to purchase in Pokémon Rumble World and serves as the Grass-type starting area. The Leafy Balloon is required for access. It consists of three stages.

No Legendary Pokémon are found in the Leafy Expanse.

Lookout Tree

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  Paras
  Parasect Boss
  Bellsprout
  Weepinbell
  Treecko
  Grovyle Boss
  Sceptile Boss
  Pidove

Royal Garden

All variant colors of the Flabébé line are available for all three stages of evolution.

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  Oddish
  Gloom
  Bellossom
  Petilil
  Lilligant Boss
  Flabébé
  Floette Boss
  Florges Boss

Shrub Forest

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  Pikachu
  Pansage
  Simisage Boss
  Chespin
  Quilladin Boss
  Chesnaught Boss
  Scatterbug
  Spewpa

In other languages

Language Title
  French Plaine Bourgeon
  German Blätterebene
  Italian Piana Fogliolina
  Spanish Prado Frondoso


Lookout Tree

Language Title
  Japanese 見張りの樹 Lookout Tree
  French Bosquet des Gardes
  German Wipfelwachposten
  Italian Albero Vedetta
  Spanish Árbol del Vigía

Royal Garden

Language Title
  Japanese 王立庭園 Royal Garden
  French Jardins Royaux
  German Hofgarten
  Italian Giardino Regale
  Spanish Jardines Reales

Shrub Forest

Language Title
  Japanese 垣根の森 Hedge Forest
  French Forêt des Remparts
  German Heckenwald
  Italian Bosco delle Siepi
  Spanish Bosque de Arbustos


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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