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Battle Pyramid

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In the anime
[[File:Battle Pyramid anime.png|thumb|left|250px|The Battle Pyramid in the {{pkmn|anime}}]]
[[File:Battle Pyramid flying.png|thumb|250px|The Battle Pyramid flying in the anime]]
===={{series|Advanced Generation}}====
In the anime, the Battle Pyramid is the final facility in the [[Kanto]] Battle Frontier, and its location is only revealed to those who have managed to defeat the six other facilities. Moreover, it is capable of flying, meaning that it has no set location.
Brandon returned to the Battle Pyramid in ''[[AG189|Gathering the Gang of Four!]]'', allowing Ash to start his [[rematch]] with him. The match continued in ''[[AG190|Pace - The Final Frontier!]]'', eventually coming down to a face-off between Ash's Pikachu and {{DL|Brandon's legendary titans|Regice|Brandon's Regice}}. This time, Ash was finally able to emerge victorious against Brandon, earning him the [[Symbol|Brave Symbol]] and a place in the Battle Frontier [[Hall of Fame]].
===={{series|Diamond & Pearl}}====
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.
====Pokémon used in Battle Pyramid====