Sandy Bazaar

Puerto Blanco
Sandy Bazaar
Night Festival

Sandy Bazaar (Japanese: ビージーバザー Biij Bazaar) is the second area in Pokémon Shuffle, consisting of 10 stages. It follows Puerto Blanco and precedes Night Festival. Amelia guides the player through the first stage of this area.

Sandy Bazaar in the 3DS version

The area is designed to be similar to an Arab town, with flat roofed buildings, tents, and palm trees. The ground is adorned with patterned purple tiles and wavy orange tiles representing sand. What appears to be a palace is located in the northeastern-most section of the area.

Updates

Main article: Pokémon Shuffle/Version history
Changes 3DS ver. Mobile ver.
Initial launch. 1.0.0
(Feb 18, 2015)
1.0.0
(Aug 24, 2015)
Added UX stages 1.5.7
(Feb 13, 2018)
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Stages

Stage Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Main UX Base Bonus
11   Happiny Normal 2,000 6,000 15 70% (3DS)
49% (Mobile)
2% (3DS)
6% (Mobile)
15
12   Mareep Electric 1,411 4,233 16 40% (3DS)
28% (Mobile)
4% (3DS)
8% (Mobile)
16 3-Pokémon stage.
13   Purrloin Dark 1,194 (3DS)
871 (Mobile)
3,582 (3DS)
2,613 (Mobile)
15 70% (3DS)
49% (Mobile)
2% (3DS)
6% (Mobile)
15
14   Torchic Fire 491 1,473 5 30% 18% 5
15   Phanpy Ground 1,803 5,409 13 30% (3DS)
21% (Mobile)
6% (3DS)
11% (Mobile)
13
16   Nidoran♀ Poison 398 1,194 3 (3DS)
4 (Mobile)
70% 16% 3
17   Nidoran♂ Poison 2,268 6,804 15 20% (3DS)
11% (Mobile)
6% (3DS)
4% (Mobile)
15
18   Klefki Steel 1,755 5,265 16 5% (3DS)
9% (Mobile)
6% (3DS)
3% (Mobile)
16
19   Kangaskhan Normal 1,244 3,732 15 70% (3DS)
64% (Mobile)
2% (3DS)
6% (Mobile)
15
20   Mega Kangaskhan Normal 2,463 7,389 20 N/A N/A 20
  • First clear bonus (3DS):   Kangaskhanite,   Jewel ×1, and   Hearts ×10.
  • First clear bonus (Mobile):   Kangaskhanite,   Mega Start ×1, and   Hearts ×10.
    • (3DS originally did not give Hearts, and Mobile originally gave 5 instead of 10 Hearts.)
  • First clear bonus (UX stage):   Level Up ×1

Tutorial items

As part of the tutorial, Amelia gives the player some items while progressing through these stages.

  • Stage 11
    • 3DS:   Heart ×1
    • Mobile:   Hearts ×5 (regenerating)

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese ビージーバザー Biij Bazaar From بيج biij (Arabic for beige) and bazaar
English Sandy Bazaar From sand, sandy, and bazaar (an Arabic market)
French Souk Beij From beij (corruption of beige) and souk (souq)
German Ockerbasar From Ocker (ochre) and basar (bazaar)
Italian Bazar Asfar From bazar (bazaar) and أصفر ʾaṣfar (Arabic for yellow)
Korean 샌디 바자 Sandy Bazaar Same as English name
Spanish Bazar Beige From bazar (bazaar) and beige


Main stages Puerto BlancoSandy BazaarNight FestivalIsla AsulRainbow Park
Galerie RougeSweet StrasseSilbern MuseumMt. VinterCastle Noapte
Jungle VerdeWacky WorkshopPedra ValleyAlbens TownRoseus Center
Desert UmbraVioleta PalaceBlau SalonGraucus HallNacht Carnival
Prasino WoodsZaffiro CoastMarron Trail
Expert Stages Expert Stages
Special stages Daily (Daily PokémonOne Chance a Day!)
Challenge (Great ChallengeUltra ChallengeUB ChallengeHigh-Speed ChallengeSpecial Challenge)
Resource event (Meowth's Coin ManiaSkill Booster M Stage!Tons of Exp. Points)
Competitive StageEscalation battlePokémon Safari
Retired special stages An Evolving Challenge!Commemorative EventScore ChallengeTry 'Em Items Stage
Survival Mode Survival Mode
24-week event cycle 123456789101112
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