The Virbank Complex (Japanese: タチワキコンビナートTachiwaki Industrial Complex) is an industrial complex located in southwestern Unova, appearing only in Black 2 and White 2. It connects to Virbank City in the north.
Virbank Complex is an industrial area that also serves as a training place for Trainers. There is a wooden dam that separates the waterway of Virbank City from the rest of the sea. A male Scientist describes the function of many aspects of the complex: a distillation tower, or topper, separates crude oil into different components, the smokestacks burn up waste gas, and the gas holders are a symbol of harmony, being spherical in shape in order to optimize the pressure of the gas within them.
If the player talks to a man by the entrance of the inner area, he will request that they get the three new Workers in the complex fired up. After agreeing to this, the player will be able to battle the Workers located around the complex. Once all three have been defeated, the man will give the player TM94 (Rock Smash) as a sign of gratitude.
The Virbank Complex appeared in The Pokémon Harbor Patrol!. Ash, his friends, and N encountered a young man named Halsey, who was in charge of the Pokémon Harbor Patrol, which helps out those in need in the case of an emergency. When a fire broke out at the complex, Halsey hurried to the scene. Although he managed to organize the evacuation of people and put out the fire, Team Rocket's actions on the ground caused a power generator to burst into flames, resulting in Halsey and his team getting locked inside.
With the help of Halsey's Watchog (which stayed outside to handle its guard duty) and N's ability to understand Pokémon, Iris's Excadrill was able to dig a tunnel to the room where Halsey was trapped and save him. After the crisis was over, Ash and his friends bid goodbye to Halsey and continued their journey to the White Ruins.
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.