Colosseum order isn't really much of a thing. You can do Gateway or Main Street first. The only real order is Main Street unlocks Waterfall, Waterfall unlocks Neon and Crystal, Crystal unlocks Sunny Park, Sunny Park unlocks Magma and Sunset, Sunset unlocks Courtyard, and Courtyard unlocks Stargazer. You could do Gateway Colosseum as your 9th colosseum or possibly the 10th(?)
Main Street Colosseum is located on the main street of Pokétopia, as its name implies. Battles here are always depicted as being held in the daytime. It is on a raised platform in the middle of the street, and has two huge balloons floating on one side; a Pachirisu balloon on the left and a Bidoof balloon on the right. The surrounding buildings, which all are circular and have the Pokétopia logo on them, all have second-floor balconies, with regular balloons tied to the railings. Fans and tourists, eager to watch the battles, always crowd these balconies.
After completing the Pokétopia Championship at Stargazer Colosseum, a player is allowed to utilize the Level 50 All rule.
The default battle mode is Single Battle, and Double Battle is unlocked after clearing a rank in Single Battle mode.
The Pokémon and Trainers are not set, except during Rank 1 of Level 30 Open.
This section expounds on the rewards earned when the various ranks are cleared. The items are set. The PC range, I beleive, depends upon how the player did and has to do with how many of their Pokémon fainted during the challenge: no faints = max, all but 7 total Pokémon fainted = minimum. The color of the table will be modified to fit the area template. Other alterations to the way the data in the cells is laid out can be done for better ascetics.
For clearing the Main Street Colosseum, the player will be reward with the following:
Lv. 30 Open Rewards
Lv. 50 All Rewards
Receive ???-??? PC, Main Street Colosseum Battle Pass, Pikachu Badge
Unlocked Gear City Hat C, Rider Cap C, Sports Cap C, Picnic Hat C, Celebrity Hat C School Headband C, Celebrity Shades C, School Glasses C, City Wristband C, Rider Gloves C Sports Wristband C, Picnic Bracelets C, Celebrity Gloves C, School Watch C, City Shoes C Rider Shoes C, Sports Boots C, Picnic Shoes C, Celebrity Sandals C, Space Shoes C Pearl Brooch, City Bag C, Sports Bag C, Picnic Purse C
This is the big find. There are multiple teams that each set Trainer can have. The only ones that don't are the Colosseum Leaders, Colosseum Masters, and NPC Trainers of Gateway, Sunset, and Stargazer Colosseums. Dividing the battle info across the main article and two sub-pages would be best. The names for the sub-pages can be changed from what they are currently listed as.
All Trainers battled in Level 30 Open, Rank 1 have three possible teams that the player can battle. The team used is dependent upon the highest level Pokémon set to the selected Battle Pass. Below are the teams used if the highest level Pokémon is between Level 1 and 31. For team used if the highest level Pokémon is between Level 32 and 34, see the here and if the highest level Pokémon is Level 35 or greater, see here.
<bold>This applies to all sections below.</bold> I believe a uniform coloring for the battle templates would look nicer, either matching the location template's coloring or using another color theme uniformly. Another change that I think would be a nice touch for these pages is modifying Template:Pokémon/4 to have a PBR parameter that will display the PBR Box sprites instead of the "current gen but not current gen" sprites or sprites from DPPtHGSS.
I do have images for the Trainers. I am just waiting on a response from Chosen as he also appears to be gathering them.
Colosseum Template and Categories go here like normal.
While this note doesn't have to do with the location pages, it is related. Can we can modify Template:Trainerlist/b to have a PBR parameter to show the PBR Menu sprites? It puts those images to use and can "match" Colosseum and XD.