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Pokémon Battle Revolution

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==Colosseums==
The game features eleven different colosseums, each with special changes to normal play or prerequisites and either a {{tc|Colosseum Leader}} or {{tc|Colosseum Master}}. The six Colosseum Leaders wear Pokémon costumes; for example, Marina of the Waterfall Colosseum wears a Kyogre costume. Also, the Crystal Colosseum can hold up to 16 players, the battles are done in a 16 -person tournament mode. After beating the Pokétopia Championship, the player is given a {{p|Pikachu}} with {{m|Volt Tackle}}, {{m|Surf}}, and a [[Light Ball]] (such a Pikachu is impossible for a player to make by normal means). Each level rule (Level 30 Open and Level 50 All) for a Colosseum has a specific ranking, which goes up as the player wins. As the rank increases, the Trainers become stronger and the Poké Coupon rewards become greater. Around Rank 7, the Leaders and Trainers, will begin to use [[legendaryLegendary Pokémon]].
 
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| [[Gateway Colosseum]]
| Colosseum Leader [[Dusty]]
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| [[Courtyard Colosseum]]
| Knockout Battle / Survival Battle
| Colosseum Master [[Kruger]]
These gifts can be sent for free an unlimited number of times, but the same save file on a DS game cannot receive more than one of each.
 
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| [[#Pikachu (Secret Gift)|Secret Gift]]
====Pikachu (Secret Gift)====
[[Image:Surf PBR.png|thumb|right|200px|Pikachu using Surf with the aid of a surfboard]]
When the player beats Pokétopia Master [[Mysterial]] for the first time, a {{Pp|Pikachu}} will become available for download to {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}}, {{game|Platinum}} and {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} in the Shop. It is free and can be downloaded by multiple games, but no two Pikachu can be downloaded by a single card.
 
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====Codes====
The player can also unlock an {{Pp|Electivire}} and a {{p|Magmortar}} if he or she enters a specific code at the “Self-Introduction” option in the Profile menu.
 
=====Electivire (Shocking Secret Gift)=====
*Electivire and the Gold Pass can be unlocked with the following codes:
 
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=====Magmortar (Heated Secret Gift)=====
*Magmortar and the Silver Pass can be unlocked with the following codes:
 
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==Legendary Pokémon banning controversy==
Due to the lack of clauses in online random multiplayer, Trainers with [[Legendary Pokémon]] ran rampant on the system, attracting controversy as to why Pokémon Battle Revolution was not using official Pokémon video game tournament rules—which ban Legendary Pokémon. However, on July 3, 2007, Legendary Pokémon (referred to as "exotic" Pokémon by the game) became banned from the system. Although it was originally speculated to be a [[glitch]], a [[Global TerminalTrade System#Temporary legendary Pokémon ban|similar incident]] occurred on the same date regarding {{game3|Diamond and Pearl|two other games|s}}. The banning of these Pokémon has received a large amount of controversy from the community. A Nintendo representative later [http://boards.gamefaqs.com/gfaqs/genmessage.php?board=934033&topic=36507640 stated]{{dead link}} that the ban was a technical difficulty. The similar GTS problem was not addressed.
 
The ban was lifted sometime later, as legendaryLegendary Pokémon were then able to be used until this discontinuation of [[Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection]].
 
Something similar happened to the American [[List of local English event Pokémon distributions in Generation IV#Toys "R" Us Darkrai|Alamos Darkrai]] given out at Toys "R" Us events. While the Japanese {{DL|List of local Japanese event Pokémon distributions in Generation IV|Movie Darkrai}}, the {{p|Darkrai}} obtained from [[Newmoon Island]] by hacking, and the [[Ranger Net#Liberate The Tower.21|Darkrai]] from [[Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia]] worked fine, Alamos Darkrai was not allowed in online random multiplayer. This was fixed later on, and Alamos Darkrai were freely usable until this discontinuation of Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.