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===Wild Pokémon===
{{main|List of wild Pokémon in the Battle Pyramid}}
[[Wild Pokémon]] are encountered within the Battle Pyramid, with strategies differing depending on how many floors the player has ventured through. Several of the wild Pokémon have high base Speed, making them difficult to [[escape]] from. A {{tc|Hex Maniac}} next to the PC will tell the player what to expect in their next attempt. The tactics used by the wild Pokémon will progress as follows (note that after the list has been completed, it will restart from the beginning):
 
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:''See also: [[List of wild Pokémon in the Battle Pyramid]]''
 
===Items===
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===Battle Points===
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==In the anime==
[[File:Battle Pyramid flyinganime.png|left|thumb|left|250px|The Battle Pyramid flying in the {{pkmn|anime}}]]
[[File:Battle Pyramid animeflying.png|thumb|250px|The Battle Pyramid flying in the anime]]
In the anime, the Battle Pyramid wasis locatedthe nearfinal facility in the [[Pewter CityKanto]], butBattle hasFrontier, hovercraft-like turbines installed inand its underside, thus giving it the ability to move around anywhere. The location of the Battle Pyramid is only revealed to those who have defeatedmanaged to defeat the other six Frontierother facilities. BrainsMoreover, and so it wasis thecapable seventh and final facility challenged byof Ashflying, doingmeaning sothat threeit timeshas betweenno ''[[AG178|Battlingset the Enemy Within!]]'' and ''[[AG190|Pace - The Final Frontier!]]'' before finally managing to winlocation.
 
InThe Battle Pyramid first appeared in ''[[DP128AG178|ABattling the PyramidingEnemy RageWithin!]]'', thewhere Battle{{Ash}} Pyramidand traveled{{ashfr}} arrived to it its then-current location near [[SnowpointPewter City]]. HereHowever, {{FB|Pyramidwhile exploring some ancient ruins, where the group also encountered King|Brandon}} battledfor andthe defeatedfirst [[Paul]].time, Ash ended by being possessed by the evil spirit Inof the [[DP129|followingKing episodeof Pokélantis]],. Brandon challenged the Battleking Pyramidto a battle to save Ash, and was usedfinally inable defendingto thedefeat [[SnowpointAsh's TempleSceptile]] fromwith [[Jhis {{DL|PokémonBrandon's Hunterlegendary J]]titans|Regirock}} before sealing the king's spirit away again. The match was declared unofficial and Brandon agreed to have an official battle with Ash later.
 
In ''[[AG186|Overjoyed!]]'', Ash and his friends arrived at the Battle Pyramid's new location in [[Fennel Valley]]. On the day before the battle, Brandon told Ash that he'd be using a {{DL|Brandon's legendary titans|Registeel}}, prompting Ash to call back his {{AP|Torkoal}} from [[Professor Oak's Laboratory]]. However, despite Ash having the type advantage, he was still defeated. Brandon subsequently departed to catch a new Pokémon, promising to return once he had done so.
 
The Battle Pyramid returned to Fennel Valley in ''[[AG189|Gathering the Gang of Four!]]'' and ''[[AG190|Pace - The Final Frontier!]]'', allowing Ash to have a [[rematch]] with Brandon. The match eventually came down to a face-off between Ash's Pikachu and {{DL|Brandon's legendary titans|Regice|Brandon's Regice}}. This time, Ash was able to emerge victorious against Brandon, finally earning him the [[Symbol|Brave Symbol]] and a place in the Battle Frontier [[Hall of Fame]].
 
In ''[[DP128|A Pyramiding Rage!]]'', the Battle Pyramid traveled to [[Snowpoint City]] in order for Brandon to investigate the [[Snowpoint Temple]]. [[Paul]] challenged Brandon to a battle, intending to accomplish what his brother [[Reggie]] had failed to achieve, as Reggie had once lost to Brandon, causing him to abandon his career as a {{pkmn|Trainer}} and become a {{tc|Pokémon Breeder}} instead. However, like his brother before him, Paul was defeated without defeating a single opposing Pokémon.
 
In ''[[DP129|Pillars of Friendship!]]'', after learning of [[J|Pokémon Hunter J]] attacking the Snowpoint Temple, Brandon flew the Battle Pyramid to the site, only to be attacked by [[J's henchmen]]'s Pokémon army, damaging one of the pyramid's rotors and forcing it to make an emergency landing.
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====Pokémon used in Battle Pyramid====
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==In the manga==
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===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
[[File:Battle Pyramid Adventures.png|.png|thumb|x150px200px|The Battle Pyramid in Pokémon Adventures]]
The Battle Pyramid first appeared in ''[[PS311|Dust-Up With Dusclops]]'', where Brandon invited {{-adv|Emerald}} to challenge it immediately after his victory at the [[Battle Pike]], saying that if Emerald intended to challenge all seven Battle Frontier facilities within the Battle Frontier's seven-day opening ceremony, he should challenge the pyramid right away, as even the fastest clearing of the challenge would take more than 24 hours. Emerald accepted this and started his Battle Pyramid challenge immediately.
[[File:Battle Pyramid CBF.png|thumb|left|150px|The Battle Pyramid in Pokémon Battle Frontier]]
 
In ''[[PS312|Chipping Away at Regirock]]'', Emerald cleared the pyramid for the tenth time, allowing him to challenge Brandon and his {{DL|Brandon's legendary titans|In the Pokémon Adventures manga|trio of Legendary Pokémon}} at the top. Although Brandon seemed to be emerging victorious at the end, Emerald secretly used a [[Revive]] he had found during his challenge to restore his fainted {{TP|Emerald|Sceptile}}, allowing it to land a surprise attack on Brandon's {{p|Regice}} and defeat it, winning the match for Emerald and earning him the [[Symbol|Brave Symbol]].
 
===In the Pokémon Battle Frontier manga===
[[File:The Battle Pyramid CBF.pngappeared in ''[[CBF2|thumbAim for the Top!]]'', where {{OBP|x150pxEnta|TheCBF}} Battletried Pyramidto inclimb Pokémonto Battlethe Frontiertop, but failed. He asked help from [[Rald]], but despite his advice he failed his second attempt as well. After talking with Rald again and learning to work as a team with his Pokémon, Enta finally managed to reach the top of the pyramid.
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==In other languages==
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