Victory Road (Black 2 and White 2)

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Victory Road チャンピオンロード
Champion Road
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
Victory Road entrance Summer B2W2.png
Map description: These forking paths are the last obstacle before the Pokémon League!
Location: North of Route 23
East of the Pokémon League
Region: Unova
Generations: V
Unova Victory Road B2W2 Map.png
Location of Victory Road in Unova.
Pokémon world locations

Victory Road (Japanese: チャンピオンロード Champion Road) is the final journey one must take before facing the Elite Four.

Victory Road is accessed via Route 23 to the east. It is partially set within the ruins of N's Castle, which then cuts through a small grove, and then outside to the base of a large canyon. Only a small portion of the previous Victory Road from two years earlier may be explored; this area encompasses the uppermost cavern and the top ledge of the hill outside the Pokémon League. The rest of the original area is blocked off by construction barriers due to an apparent landslide and cave in.

When first entering Victory Road, N will give the player HM05 (Waterfall). After defeating the Champion, N's Castle may be accessed from the newer part of Victory Road. Additionally, the northern part of the cave has limited amount of light, making Flash usable. During the exploration of Victory Road, a Zoroark also appears in the overworld, who the player may follow. Depending on the version played, the path through Victory Road and the arrangement of some of the Trainers is different.

Map description

The Pokémon League is through this tunnel!

Geography

The new Victory Road is built on the same mountain as the original Victory Road was, due to both paths leading to the same location. While both Victory Roads have extended series of tunnels within the mountain, the new Victory Road is built on a more diverse and straightforward landscape.

The very beginning of the area the games classify as "Victory Road" actually begins at the new Badge Check Gates accessed from a flight of stairs on Route 23. There is a long black-and-white hallway stretching from east to west, with eight pairs of pillars representing and in the shape of each of the current eight Badges of Unova. These pillars act as scanners, and will light up if the passing Trainer is shown to possess the relevant Badge. There is no variable scoring here, unlike in the original Badge Check Gates; the full orchestral scoring of Victory Road is played at the start. At the end of the gates, if all eight Badges have been successfully scanned, a huge set of stone gates supported by several pillars on either side will glow blue and orange - possibly representing the secondary types and colors of the two original mascots, respectively Reshiram and Zekrom - then one by one sink to the ground, enabling access beyond.

The player then comes across a field strewn with ruins, similar to the ruins of Spear Pillar on top of Mt. Coronet in Sinnoh. There is a small maze to the east, where a few items (including a hidden Iron) can be found. The Pokémon Center is in a small stone building with a Poké Ball sign. To the east, a narrow path behind some trees leads to a cul-de-sac where TM01 (Hone Claws) can be found. The entrance to Victory Road proper is through a wide flight of stairs going down, just west of the Pokémon Center. Above it can be seen the wall of what seems to be a castle-like building.

Furthermore, the first place that the player finds themselves in upon entering are what appear to be the ruins of N's Castle, which are built over an underground river with many twists and turns. Due to cracks on the floors that cannot be crossed, several Strength boulders block the way and need to be pushed into their respective holes. The general path goes north, west, then north again, which leads to another large staircase out.

The layout changes depending on what game the player is using. In Black 2, this staircase leads to the base of a large canyon with several other sub-areas that cannot be accessed at this point. There are two paths to the next area from here: the first is a short bridge, while the second is a detour through some tall grass, culminating in a cave entrance. In White 2, however, the staircase leads to a grove with two Cut trees that do not have to be cut down to proceed. Both instances are the first time a Victory Road has tall grass where wild Pokémon can be caught. The way out from this grove leads to the other side of the canyon, with a similar layout of a bridge and detour to the next area. In both games, the canyon bridge that is not first encountered by the player will be broken and cannot be crossed.

Both ways lead to the same cave, albeit at opposing ends. A third exit in between leads to the rest of the explorable area of the canyon, which has a waterfall that mandates using Waterfall to climb. Surfing on the river below will bring the player to either the western or eastern sides of the canyon, depending on which area was not first explored. Taking a cave entrance found there will enable the player to Surf across parts of the underground river below the ruins of N's castle, which leads to another part of the ruins that cannot be returned to after jumping down some ledges there.

The cave leads further up the mountain through a flight of stairs that ends with the player facing several Strength boulders. Again, which game the player is playing depends on which side one of the boulders is blocking. Both paths, however, will lead to the mountainside, both with their own sets of stairs to the top of the mountain. Both paths also have, towards the lower cave entrances, hidden items among a rock formation. Again, there is a third exit in the middle of the cave, blocked by the other Strength boulder. This leads to a dark cave where Flash must be used to improve visibility. There is a small pond here that leads to the middle exit on the mountainside, mirroring the earlier layout.

 
The remains of the original Victory Road as seen in Black 2 and White 2

Beside this exit is a second cave entrance behind some dark grass, which leads to a Dragon Pokémon-infested cave going down to the west. This in turn leads to another cave entrance a Zoroark is initially guarding. After entering the Hall of Fame, the Zoroark moves to the area with the dark grass, having appeared to Hugh's sister in a dream. Upon following it, it is revealed that the entrance the Zoroark is guarding leads to the upper floors of the ruins of N's Castle, which is now underground again after the events of two years earlier.

The three paths up the mountain converge on a large plateau, in the middle of which is yet another flight of stairs flanked by two pillars. A cave entrance at the top leads to the top floor of the original Victory Road, the stairs of which are now barricaded off. The exit is just in front of this, where the player finds themselves at the summit of the original Victory Road, with the slides down the mountainside as well as the other cave entrance closed due to the landslide. As is in the original games, an archway in the middle leads to the Pokémon League.

Items

Entrance

Item Location Games
  HM05 (Waterfall) From N before going through the Badge Check Gates  B2  W2 
  PP Up South of the Pokémon Center, in the maze  B2  W2 
  Star Piece South of the Pokémon Center, on a ledge in the maze  B2  W2 
  Iron South of the Pokémon Center, in a dead end of the maze, next to two trees (hidden)  B2  W2 
  Dusk Stone South of the Pokémon Center, on a rock in a dead end, next to a fallen pillar (hidden)  B2  W2 
  TM01 (Hone Claws) East of the Pokémon Center, at the end of a narrow passage  B2  W2 

Victory Road proper

Strength is required to get through the ruins, and to get to the cliffside or northern part of the cave. Items in these places will not be marked as requiring Strength unless it is further required to access the item itself.

Item Location Games
  Ultra Ball ×2  B2  W2 
  Max Repel ×2  B2  W2 
  Full Restore ×3
  • 2F, in a rock east of Veteran Abraham (hidden)
  • Outside 1, southeastern corner
  • Grove, southwestern corner (requires Cut)
 B2  W2 
  Escape Rope 2F, east of Backpacker Mae (requires Surf)  B2  W2 
  TM93 (Wild Charge) 1F, southwest of Veterans Cecile and Claude (requires Surf and Waterfall)  B2  W2 
  Max Revive ×2
  • 2F, near southeastern entrance (hidden)
  • Outside 2, north of Ace Trainer Elmer
 B2  W2 
  Red Shard Cave (north), in a rock (hidden)  B2  W2 
  PP Max Cave (north), near rock  B2  W2 
  Max Elixir ×2
  • 2F back, eastern part (requires Surf) (hidden)
  • Outside 2, west of Black Belt Martell
 B2  W2 
  Rare Candy ×2
  • 2F back, southeastern part (requires Surf)
  • Outside 2, in a rock east of Battle Girl Chalina (hidden)
 B2  W2 
  Dragon Scale 3F, west of Veteran Hugo  B2  W2 
  Normal Gem Outside 2, in a rock west of Ace Trainer Carroll (hidden)  B2  W2 
  Cheri Berry 2F, from Pokémon Ranger Eddie after defeating him  B2  W2 
  Rawst Berry 2F, from Pokémon Ranger Elle after defeating her  B2  W2 
  Dragon Fang Outside 2, south of Veteran Portia  B2  W2 
  TM24 (Thunderbolt) 4F, from Hugh after defeating him  B2  W2 

Phenomenon

Item Location Games
  Fire Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Water Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Electric Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Grass Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Ice Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Fighting Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Poison Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Ground Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Flying Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Psychic Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Bug Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Rock Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Ghost Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Dragon Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Dark Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Steel Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Normal Gem Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Fire Stone Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Water Stone Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Thunderstone Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Leaf Stone Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Moon Stone Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Sun Stone Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Shiny Stone Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Dusk Stone Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Dawn Stone Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Oval Stone Dust cloud  B2  W2 
  Everstone Dust cloud  B2  W2 

Pokémon

1F

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
  Banette
B2 W2
  Cave
47-50 70%
  Golurk
B2 W2
  Cave
48-50 30%
Surfing
  Marill
B2 W2
  Surfing
35-50 30%
  Basculin
Red-Striped
B2 W2
  Surfing
35-50 70%
  Basculin
Blue-Striped
B2 W2
  Surfing
35-50 70%
Surfing in rippling water
  Marill
B2 W2
  Rippling water
35-50 60%
  Azumarill
B2 W2
  Rippling water
40-50 5%
  Basculin
Blue-Striped
B2 W2
  Rippling water
35-50 35%
  Basculin
Red-Striped
B2 W2
  Rippling water
35-50 35%
Fishing
  Poliwag
B2 W2
  Fishing
40-55 70%
  Basculin
Red-Striped
B2 W2
  Fishing
40-55 30%
  Basculin
Blue-Striped
B2 W2
  Fishing
40-55 30%
Fishing in rippling water
  Poliwhirl
B2 W2
  Rippling water
40-60 65%
  Poliwrath
B2 W2
  Rippling water
50-60 5%
  Basculin
Blue-Striped
B2 W2
  Rippling water
40-60 30%
  Basculin
Red-Striped
B2 W2
  Rippling water
40-60 30%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


Grove

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
  Roselia
B2 W2
  Grass
48-50 30%
  Cottonee
B2 W2
  Grass
47-50 70%
  Petilil
B2 W2
  Grass
47-50 70%
Dark grass
  Roselia
B2 W2
  Dark grass
53-55 30%
  Cottonee
B2 W2
  Dark grass
52-55 70%
  Petilil
B2 W2
  Dark grass
52-55 70%
Rustling grass
  Dunsparce
B2 W2
  Rustling grass
49 10%
  Roserade
B2 W2
  Rustling grass
50 5%
  Audino
B2 W2
  Rustling grass
47-50 80%
  Whimsicott
B2 W2
  Rustling grass
50 5%
  Lilligant
B2 W2
  Rustling grass
50 5%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


Outside 1

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
  Altaria
B2 W2
  Grass
49, 50 20%
  Tranquill
B2 W2
  Grass
47-50 80%
Dark grass
  Altaria
B2 W2
  Dark grass
54, 55 20%
  Tranquill
B2 W2
  Dark grass
52-55 80%
Rustling grass
  Dunsparce
B2 W2
  Rustling grass
49 10%
  Unfezant
B2 W2
  Rustling grass
50 5%
  Audino
B2 W2
  Rustling grass
47-50 85%
Surfing
  Buizel
B2 W2
  Surfing
35-50 30%
  Basculin
Red-Striped
B2 W2
  Surfing
35-50 70%
  Basculin
Blue-Striped
B2 W2
  Surfing
35-50 70%
Surfing in rippling water
  Buizel
B2 W2
  Rippling water
35-50 60%
  Floatzel
B2 W2
  Rippling water
40-50 10%
  Basculin
Blue-Striped
B2 W2
  Rippling water
35-50 30%
  Basculin
Red-Striped
B2 W2
  Rippling water
35-50 30%
Fishing
  Poliwag
B2 W2
  Fishing
40-70 70%
  Basculin
Red-Striped
B2 W2
  Fishing
40-60 30%
  Basculin
Blue-Striped
B2 W2
  Fishing
40-60 30%
Fishing in rippling water
  Poliwhirl
B2 W2
  Rippling water
40-70 65%
  Politoed
B2 W2
  Rippling water
50-70 5%
  Basculin
Blue-Striped
B2 W2
  Rippling water
40-60 30%
  Basculin
Red-Striped
B2 W2
  Rippling water
40-60 30%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


2F

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
  Onix
B2 W2
  Cave
43-44 20%
  Boldore
B2 W2
  Cave
41-44 80%
Dust clouds
  Onix
B2 W2
  Dust cloud
41 20%
  Excadrill
B2 W2
  Dust cloud
41-44 80%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


2F Back

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
  Onix
B2 W2
  Cave
49, 50 20%
  Boldore
B2 W2
  Cave
47-50 80%
Dust clouds
  Onix
B2 W2
  Dust cloud
47 20%
  Excadrill
B2 W2
  Dust cloud
47-50 80%
Surfing
  Marill
B2 W2
  Surfing
35-50 30%
  Basculin
Red-Striped
B2 W2
  Surfing
35-50 70%
  Basculin
Blue-Striped
B2 W2
  Surfing
35-50 70%
Surfing in rippling water
  Marill
B2 W2
  Rippling water
35-60 60%
  Azumarill
B2 W2
  Rippling water
40-70 5%
  Basculin
Blue-Striped
B2 W2
  Rippling water
35-70 35%
  Basculin
Red-Striped
B2 W2
  Rippling water
35-70 35%
Fishing
  Poliwag
B2 W2
  Fishing
40-70 70%
  Basculin
Red-Striped
B2 W2
  Fishing
40-60 30%
  Basculin
Blue-Striped
B2 W2
  Fishing
40-60 30%
Fishing in rippling water
  Poliwhirl
B2 W2
  Rippling water
40-70 65%
  Poliwrath
B2 W2
  Rippling water
50-70 5%
  Basculin
Blue-Striped
B2 W2
  Rippling water
40-60 30%
  Basculin
Red-Striped
B2 W2
  Rippling water
40-60 30%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


3F

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
  Druddigon
B2 W2
  Cave
47-50 80%
  Zweilous
B2 W2
  Cave
49, 50 20%
Dust clouds
  Onix
B2 W2
  Dust cloud
47 20%
  Excadrill
B2 W2
  Dust cloud
47-50 80%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


Outside 2

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
  Gurdurr
B2 W2
  Grass
47-50 70%
  Throh
B2 W2
  Grass
48-50 30%
Dark grass
  Gurdurr
B2 W2
  Dark grass
52-55 70%
  Throh
B2 W2
  Dark grass
53-55 30%
Rustling grass
  Audino
B2 W2
  Rustling grass
47-50 95%
  Sawk
B2 W2
  Rustling grass
50 5%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


4F

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
  Onix
B2 W2
  Cave
49, 50 20%
  Boldore
B2 W2
  Cave
47-50 80%
Dust clouds
  Onix
B2 W2
  Dust cloud
47 20%
  Excadrill
B2 W2
  Dust cloud
47-50 80%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


3F Back

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
  Druddigon
B2 W2
  Cave
47-50 80%
  Zweilous
B2 W2
  Cave
49, 50 20%
Dust clouds
  Onix
B2 W2
  Dust cloud
47 20%
  Excadrill
B2 W2
  Dust cloud
47-50 80%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


Poké Mart

Upper cashier
  Poké Ball
 200
  Great Ball
 600
  Ultra Ball
 1200
  Potion
 300
  Super Potion
 700
  Hyper Potion
 1200
  Max Potion
 2500
  Full Restore
 3000
  Revive
 1500
  Antidote
 100
  Parlyz Heal
 200
  Awakening
 250
  Burn Heal
 250
  Ice Heal
 250
  Full Heal
 600
  Escape Rope
 550
  Repel
 350
  Super Repel
 500
  Max Repel
 700
Lower cashier
  Heal Ball
 300
  Net Ball
 1000
  Nest Ball
 1000
  Quick Ball
 1000
  Dusk Ball
 1000
  Timer Ball
 1000
  Repeat Ball
 1000
  Luxury Ball
 1000


Trainers

1F

Trainer Pokémon
 
Ace Trainer Billy
トモヤ Tomoya
Reward:  3300
  Golurk Lv.55
No item
  Sigilyph Lv.55
No item
 
Ace Trainer Jamie
ヒトミ Hitomi
Reward:  3300
  Drifblim Lv.55
No item
  Claydol Lv.55
No item
 
Psychic Alia
ミヅキ Mizuki
Reward:  1728
  Lampent Lv.54
No item
  Musharna Lv.54
No item
 
Psychic Al
アル Al
Reward:  1728
  Metang Lv.54
No item
  Cofagrigus Lv.54
No item
Requires Surf and Waterfall
 
Veteran Claude
クロード Claude
Reward:  4400
Double Battle with Cecile
  Braviary Lv.55
No item
  Carracosta Lv.55
No item
 
Veteran Cecile
セシル Cecil
Reward:  4400
Double Battle with Claude
  Mandibuzz Lv.55
No item
  Archeops Lv.55
No item


Grove

Trainer Pokémon
Black 2
 
Ace Trainer Chandra
ヒカル Hikaru
Reward:  3300
  Darmanitan Lv.55
No item
  Tangrowth Lv.55
No item
White 2
 
Ace Trainer Beckett
スグル Suguru
Reward:  3300
  Whimsicott Lv.55
No item
  Unfezant Lv.55
No item
 
Ace Trainer Shelly
シェリー Shelly
Reward:  3300
  Swoobat Lv.55
No item
  Lilligant Lv.55
No item


Outside 1

Trainer Pokémon
 
Veteran Cathy
アスカ Asuka
Reward:  4400
  Sigilyph Lv.55
No item
  Crobat Lv.55
No item
 
Doctor Logan
テルユキ Teruyuki
Reward:  3240
  Clefable Lv.54
No item
 
Backpacker Mae
マヨイ Mayoi
Reward:  1296
  Sawsbuck Lv.54
No item
 
Ace Trainer Pierce
ヒトシ Hitoshi
Reward:  3300
  Swanna Lv.55
No item
  Ampharos Lv.55
No item
Black 2
 
Ace Trainer Beckett
スグル Suguru
Reward:  3300
  Whimsicott Lv.55
No item
  Unfezant Lv.55
No item
 
Ace Trainer Shelly
シェリー Shelly
Reward:  3300
  Swoobat Lv.55
No item
  Lilligant Lv.55
No item
White 2
 
Ace Trainer Chandra
ヒカル Hikaru
Reward:  3300
  Darmanitan Lv.55
No item
  Tangrowth Lv.55
No item


2F

Trainer Pokémon
 
Veteran Abraham
エイブラム Abram
Reward:  4400
  Gigalith Lv.55
No item
  Skarmory Lv.55
No item
 
Ace Trainer Shanta
サヤカ Sayaka
Reward:  3300
Potential Double Battle with Webster
  Heatmor Lv.55
No item
  Galvantula Lv.55
No item
 
Ace Trainer Webster
ユウジ Yūji
Reward:  3300
Potential Double Battle with Shanta
  Durant Lv.55
No item
  Ferrothorn Lv.55
No item
 
Pokémon Ranger Eddie
エディ Eddie
Reward:  3240
  Electabuzz Lv.54
No item
  Probopass Lv.54
No item
 
Pokémon Ranger Elle
エル Elle
Reward:  3240
  Magmar Lv.54
No item
  Camerupt Lv.54
No item


3F

Trainer Pokémon
 
Veteran Hugo
ユウゴ Yūgo
Reward:  4320
  Fraxure Lv.54
No item
  Zweilous Lv.54
No item
  Flygon Lv.54
No item


Outside 2

Trainer Pokémon
 
Black Belt Martell
タツマ Tatsuma
Reward:  1728
  Pinsir Lv.54
No item
  Heracross Lv.54
No item
 
Battle Girl Chalina
チグサ Chigusa
Reward:  1728
  Throh Lv.54
No item
  Sawk Lv.54
No item
 
Ace Trainer Elmer
ユウイチ Yūichi
Reward:  3300
  Zweilous Lv.55
No item
  Eelektross Lv.55
No item
 
Ace Trainer Caroll
キャロル Carroll
Reward:  3300
  Fraxure Lv.55
No item
  Vanilluxe Lv.55
No item
 
Veteran Portia
サトエ Satoe
Reward:  4320
  Zebstrika Lv.54
No item
  Sawk Lv.54
No item
  Starmie Lv.54
No item
 
Veteran Sterling
ギンジ Ginji
Reward:  4320
  Beartic Lv.54
No item
  Throh Lv.54
No item
  Golurk Lv.54
No item


4F

  If the player chose Snivy:



  If the player chose Tepig:



  If the player chose Oshawott:



Layout

Exterior

Version Entrance Outside 1 Outside 2 Grove
Black 2        
White 2    
 

Cave

Version 1F 2F 2F Back
Black 2      
White 2    
Version 3F 3F Back 4F
Black 2      
White 2
 

In the TCG

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Black 2 and White 2's Victory Road in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Related cards
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Relicanth   Plasma Blast   24/101 Megalo Cannon   018/076
Musharna   Plasma Blast   40/101 Megalo Cannon   032/076
Throh   Plasma Blast   51/101 Megalo Cannon   042/076
Sawk   Plasma Blast   52/101 Megalo Cannon   043/076
Escavalier   Plasma Blast   61/101 Megalo Cannon   052/076
Druddigon   Plasma Blast   70/101 Megalo Cannon   058/076
N Su BW Black Star Promos   100/101 BW-P Promotional cards   180/BW-P
 


Trivia

In other languages

Language Title
Mandarin Chinese 冠軍之路 / 冠军之路 Guànjūn-zhī Lù
  European French Route Victoire
  German Siegesstraße
  Italian Via Vittoria
  Korean 챔피언로드 Champion Road
  European Spanish Calle Victoria



Victory Roads
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Nuvema TownAccumula TownStriaton CityNacrene CityCastelia CityNimbasa CityAnville Town
Driftveil CityMistralton CityIcirrus CityOpelucid CityPokémon LeagueLacunosa TownUndella Town
Black CityWhite ForestAspertia CityFloccesy TownVirbank CityLentimas TownHumilau City
Routes
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Bridges and tunnels
Skyarrow BridgeDriftveil DrawbridgeTubeline BridgeVillage BridgeMarvelous BridgeMarine Tube
Landmarks
DreamyardWellspring CavePinwheel ForestLiberty GardenDesert ResortRelic CastleBattle SubwayLostlorn Forest
Cold StorageMistralton CaveChargestone CaveCelestial TowerTwist MountainDragonspiral TowerMoor of Icirrus
Challenger's CaveVictory Road (BWB2W2) • N's CastleRoyal UnovaGiant ChasmUndella BayAbyssal Ruins
Abundant ShrinePoké Transfer LabP2 LaboratoryEntralinkUnity TowerFloccesy RanchPledge GroveVirbank Complex
Pokéstar StudiosCastelia SewersJoin AvenueCave of BeingPokémon World TournamentReversal MountainPlasma Frigate
Clay TunnelUnderground RuinsStrange HouseRelic PassageSeaside CaveWhite TreehollowBlack Tower
Access to
Nature Preserve


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