FANDOM


Spoiler warning!
This article contains spoilers for the game.
Phoenix Iota
300px
Information
Special features

Challenge Championship,
Custom Gym, Battle Palace,
Battle Tower, Battle Pyramid,
Battle Factory, Battle Gauntlet,
Battle Colosseum, Battle Arena,
Triple Triad World Cup, Safari Zone,
IV Changer, Legendary Pokémon

Items

Oval Charm, DNA Splicers,
2x Weatherstone, Dugtrinite,
TM33 Reflect, EXP Share 2,
Nuzlocke Badge, Special Mart Items, Lustrous/Adamant Orb, Blackticket, TM108 Angel Wings, TM115 Silverforce, TM116 Venusforce, TM117 Earthforce, TM118 Marsforce, TM119 Zeusforce, TM120 Saturnforce, TM121 Cloudforce, TM123 Lunaforce, TM124 Graviforce, Basement Key, Burnt Photograph,
Shiny Charm

Pokemon given

None

Pokemon trades

Skitty -> Stantler, Any >lvl 50 -> Rattata, Houndoom -> Delta Houndoom

Connected areas

Polaris Town, Safari Zone 7

This page has been locked down to non users to prevent major spoilers. Trying to post these spoilers somewhere will result in a ban. I have approved of registered users to edit this page, but the same restrictions as the subreddit apply on spoilers. <3, your moderators.

Walkthrough

Congratulations, the player has just beaten most of the game and arrived at the Phoenix Iota! The Phoenix Iota is the Zeta/Omicron equivalent to the Battle Frontier in Pokémon Emerald. The Iota is a massive space station where the most elite of all trainers go. It contains unique challenges, a special Pokémart, a Safari Zone (yes, a Safari Zone in space), access to several more legendary Pokémon, the opportunity to battle the player's favorite Pokétubers, and some more helpful NPCs.

There really isn't much of a need for a walkthrough of this area since everything is free to be explored in the player's own spare time. However, if the player is having difficulty locating special features such as specific locations or Legendary Pokémon, then they should start by talking to the NPCs to see what information they are able to give the player.

If the player walks towards the massive facility in the top-middle area of the map, they will have a conversation with their mother about how proud she is of the player for making it this far and that she will also have a reward waiting for them if they manage to defeat Wilson in the Challenge Championship. If the player is still in Nuzlocke mode then she will also give the player the Nuzlocke Badge.

At the Pokémon Center there is a girl that, when spoken to, will cause Simisear, Simipour and Simisage to appear. Once all three are captured she will reward the player with both a Tyrunt and an Amaura, both at lv. 20.

For more information on each of the facilities contained within the Iota, check the Special Features section below.

Obtainable Items

Item Location
EXP Share 2 Given by a Hiker in a house east of the Battle Pyramid
Ovalcharm Oval Charm Attached to the Rattata traded in a house to the left of the Battle Tower (See Obtainable Pokémon section for details)
Dnasplicers DNA Splicers Found to the right of the Battle Tower
Psychictm TM33 Reflect Obtained from a girl outside of the Poké Mart
Dugtrinite Defeat Moss in the house to the right of the Poké Mart
Weatherstone (x2) Defeat Steven in the house directly above the Poké Mart (additional victories do not produce more Weatherstones)
Nuzlocke Badge Obtained if the player is still in a Nuzlocke Challenge when speaking to their mother in front of the Challenge Championship
Dreamstone Lustrous Orb* Found in the beginning of the location where the player finds Palkia
Ivstone Adamant Orb* Found in the beginning of the location where the player finds Dialga
Blackticket Blackticket Given by a Cool Trainer in a hidden location if the player is able to show him a Dialga or Palkia that they have captured.
TM108 Angel Wings Received the first time the player manages to defeat the Challenge Championship
TM115 Silverforce Prize for obtaining a 7-battle winning streak in the Battle Factory
TM116 Venusforce Prize for obtaining a 7-battle winning streak in the Battle Tower
TM117 Earthforce Prize for winning the Triple Triad World Class for the first time
TM118 Marsforce Prize for clearing the Battle Pyramid for the first time
TM119 Zeusforce Prize for obtaining a 7-battle winning streak in the Battle Colosseum
TM120 Saturnforce Prize for winning 10 rounds in the Custom Gym
TM121 Cloudforce Prize for obtaining a 7-battle winning streak in the Battle Palace
TM123 Lunaforce Prize for obtaining a 5-battle winning streak in the Battle Gauntlet
TM124 Graviforce Prize for obtaining a 7-battle winning streak in the Battle Arena
Basement Key Obtained from the receptionist at the Challenge Championship after defeating Wilson in the Challenge Championship
Burntphotograph Burnt Photograph Obtained by reaching the rank of "Suzerain" in the Challenge Championship
Shinycharm Shiny Charm After completing the Pokédex, talk to Professor Oak in one of the houses in the middle of the Phoenix Iota

Mart Items

Item Price
Ultraball Ultra Ball PokémonDollar1200
Hyperpotion Hyper Potion PokémonDollar1200
Maxpotion Max Potion PokémonDollar2500
Fullrestore Full Restore PokémonDollar3000
Revive Revive PokémonDollar1500
Fullheal Full Heal PokémonDollar600
Escaperope Escape Rope PokémonDollar550
Superrepel Super Repel PokémonDollar500
Maxrepel Max Repel PokémonDollar700
Ppup PP Up PokémonDollar9800
Maxelixir Max Elixir PokémonDollar4500
Electrictm TM73 Thunder Wave PokémonDollar2000
Psychictm TM19 Telekinesis PokémonDollar3000
Poisontm TM34 Sludge Wave PokémonDollar3000
Poisontm TM36 Sludge Bomb PokémonDollar|3000
Rocktm TM37 Sandstorm PokémonDollar2000
Normaltm TM49 Echoed Voice PokémonDollar1500
Psychictm TM51 Ally Switch PokémonDollar1000
Darktm TM56 Fling PokémonDollar2000
Firetm TM59 Incinerate PokémonDollar1500
Darktm TM60 Quash PokémonDollar3000
Darktm TM63 Embargo PokémonDollar2000
Darktm TM66 Payback PokémonDollar3000
Normaltm TM67 Retaliate PokémonDollar1000
Normaltm TM83 Work Up PokémonDollar2000
Flyingtm TM88 Pluck PokémonDollar3000
Electrictm TM93 Wild Charge PokémonDollar3000
Darktm TM95 Snarl PokémonDollar3000
Weakness Policy PokémonDollar5000
Rarecandy Rare Candy PokémonDollar4800
Assault Vest PokémonDollar4000

Attack Box Shop Items

Item Price
AB: Protect PokémonDollar5000
AB: Sleep Powder PokémonDollar5000
AB: Thunder Wave PokémonDollar5000
AB: Toxic PokémonDollar5000
AB: Confuse Ray PokémonDollar5000
AB: Medusa Ray PokémonDollar5000
AB: False Swipe PokémonDollar5000
Electrictm TM73 Thunder Wave PokémonDollar2000
Psychictm TM19 Telekinesis PokémonDollar3000
Poisontm TM34 Sludge Wave PokémonDollar3000
Poisontm TM36 Sludge Bomb PokémonDollar3000
Rocktm TM37 Sandstorm PokémonDollar2000
Normaltm TM49 Echoed Voice PokémonDollar1500
Psychictm TM51 Ally Switch PokémonDollar1000
Darktm TM56 Fling PokémonDollar2000
Firetm TM59 Incinerate PokémonDollar1500
Darktm TM60 Quash PokémonDollar3000
Darktm TM63 Embargo PokémonDollar2000
Darktm TM66 Payback PokémonDollar3000
Normaltm TM67 Retaliate PokémonDollar1000
Normaltm TM83 Work Up PokémonDollar2000
Flyingtm TM88 Pluck PokémonDollar3000
Electrictm TM93 Wild Charge PokémonDollar3000
Darktm TM95 Snarl PokémonDollar3000

Obtainable Pokémon

Pokémon Location
234 Stantler Traded for a Skitty by a girl in a house east of the Battle Pyramid
019 Rattata Traded for any Pokémon over level 50 from the Youngster in a house to the left of the Battle Tower
737 Delta Houndoom Traded for a normal Houndoom to the left of the Triple Triad World Class building
512 Simisage Hiding to the right of the Triple Triad building (after talking to the girl at the Pokémon Center).
514 Simisear Over by the tower where the DNA Splicer is found (after talking to the girl at the Pokémon Center).
516 Simipour At the lake by the Pokécenter (after talking to the girl at the Pokémon Center).
693 Amaura Reward given by the girl at the Pokémon Center for catching Simisage, Simisear and Simipour. It will be at lv. 20
695 Tyrunt Reward given by the girl at the Pokémon Center for catching Simisage, Simisear and Simipour. It will be at lv. 20

Encounterable Pokémon

Pokémon Games Levels Chance
Special Pokémon
243 Raikou Z O 100 One
244 Entei Z O 100 One
245 Suicune Z O 100 One
483 Dialga Z O 100 One
484 Palkia Z O 100 One
493 Arceus Z O 120 One
643 Reshiram Z O 100 One
644 Zekrom Z O 100 One
646 Kyurem Z O 110 One

Special Features

Custom Gym

The Phoenix Iota features its very own Gym to be challenged. But the twist here is that the player will not be the challenger, but rather they will be the one who will accept challengers! Because the player is not permitted to access the gym in the northwest through the front doors, they will need to go to the alternate entrance directly to the southwest instead. Upon arriving the player will have several different options to choose from. They have the option of selecting what type of Pokémon they will use, the TM given out if the challenger is victorious, and they can also select the name of the badge that they hand out to winners. After this has all been determined the player can talk to a Cool Trainer towards the bottom of the room to set the skill level of the opponent as well as the overall power of their opponent's Pokémon. The player will be able to use three Pokémon whenever they receive a challenge. A Nurse is also present to heal the player's Pokémon if needed.

When the player receives a challenge at the gym they shall be notified via the phone on their Pokégear. They may then return to the secret entrance and talk to the officer who will proceed to tell the player what level of Pokémon the player will need to use. In the event that the player selects a Pokémon whose level is higher than what is required, the player's Pokémon will have their levels temporarily reduced in response. However, if the player's Pokémon are at a lower level than what is required then they will remain at that level.

In the event that the player manages to successfully defend their Gym's reputation 10 times in a row they will be rewarded with TM120 Saturnforce. Subsequent victories of the same nature will then yield Rare Candies, Heart Scales, and IV Stones as a reward.

The Challenge Championship

The list of Pokémon and items banned from this facility can be seen at Phoenix Iota Challenges Banned Pokémon. Note that this list does not apply for the trainers faced in this area.

The Challenge Championship is considered the ultimate challenge of Zeta/Omicron. Here the player will battle Gym Leaders, Champions, and major characters from all of the main series games in an effort to gain the "Suzerain" rank and earn a special reward. The player is paired against 8 different trainers during the competition, and if the player emerges victorious over all 8 of them then their streak will increase by 1. Losing will not reset the previously acquired winning streaks. As the player accumulates more winning streaks, their rank will increase. The list of ranks and the number of winning streaks required to reach each rank can be seen below.

# of Streaks Rank
0 Rookie
1 Novice
3 Junior
5 Veteran
10 Victor
15 Hero
20 Champion
25 Master
30 Legend
35 Lord
40 Titan
45 Monarch
50 Suzerain

After increasing the player's number of winning streaks by 1 for the first time they will receive TM108 Angel Wings, while subsequent increases will give the player Rare Candies, Heart Scales, and IV Stones.

If the player happens to get Wilson as a challenger at any point in the Challenge Championship and defeats him, they will be given the Basement Key which will allow them to obtain Raikou, Suicune, and Entei from the steel door just below the outside of the Challenge Championship. Obtaining the Suzerain rank enables the player to receive the Burnt Photograph as a reward.

King Suzerain was added to the Challenge Championship in the latest update of the game. If you go to him with any of your version exclusive Legendary Pokémon in your party, he will give you the opposite game's corresponding legendary. The list is as follows:

Pokémon Location
385 Jirachi Given by King Suzerain when presented with a Victini (Omicron)
494 Victini Given by King Suzerain when presented with a Jirachi (Zeta)
249 Lugia Given by King Suzerain when presented with a Ho-oh (Omicron)
250 Ho-oh Given by King Suzerain when presented with a Lugia (Zeta)
380 Latias Given by King Suzerain when presented with a Latios (Omicron)
381 Latios Given by King Suzerain when presented with a Latias (Zeta)
382 Kyogre Given by King Suzerain when presented with a Groudon (Omicron)
383 Groudon Given by King Suzerain when presented with a Kyogre (Zeta)
491 Darkrai Given by King Suzerain when presented with a Cresselia (Omicron)
488 Cresselia Given by King Suzerain when presented with a Darkrai (Zeta)
483 Dialga Given by King Suzerain when presented with a Palkia (Omicron)
484 Palkia Given by King Suzerain when presented with a Dialga (Zeta)
643 Reshiram Given by King Suzerain when presented with a Zekrom (Omicron)
644 Zekrom Given by King Suzerain when presented with a Reshiram (Zeta)

The Battle Pyramid

The list of Pokémon and items banned from this facility can be seen at Phoenix Iota Challenges Banned Pokémon. Note that this list does not apply for the trainers faced in this area.

The Battle Pyramid in the Phoenix Iota is very different from what players may be used to from the Battle Frontier in Pokémon Emerald. While the player's bag is still temporarily taken at the beginning of the challenge, forcing them to pick up items in the Pyramid along the way, trainers appear randomly instead of being visible to the player, and there are no wild Pokémon encounters. The following items can be found on the ground in the Battle Pyramid:

Items
Hyperpotion Hyper Potion
Revive Revive
Maxether Max Ether
Antidote Antidote
Burnheal Burn Heal

The biggest change, however, is that in the Zeta/Omicron Battle Pyramid, the player is paired up with a random Gym Leader from any generation at the start of the challenge. The player and their partner wander each floor and battle together along the way against other random Gym Leader pairs that are encountered in a similar way as wild Pokémon. After 7 floors of collecting items and warding off the Gym Leaders that harass them, the player will fight two Elite Four level trainers and get TM118 Marsforce if they are victorious. Subsequent victories will give the player Rare Candies, Heart Scales, and IV Stones.

The Battle Gauntlet

There is no list of banned Pokémon or items for this facility; anything goes.

In this challenge, the player picks one of their Pokémon to fight against an endless amount of trainers. The Pokémon is not healed after each battle, nor can the player use their bag. The opponent's Pokémon will also be set to the level of the player's Pokémon that is entered. After defeating a streak of 5 trainers the player will get TM123 Lunaforce. Subsequent streaks of 5 wins or more will give the player Rare Candies, Heart Scales, and IV Stones as a reward.

The Battle Factory

There is no list of banned Pokémon or items for this facility because the player does not enter their own Pokémon.

The Battle Factory features a facility where the player is forced to use a random selection of Pokémon whose moves, IVs, EVs, and items are all predetermined by the game. EVs are assigned as 510 split between 2 or 3 randomly assigned stats while items are randomly selected from a list of held items. Nature is also generally set to be neutral for every single Pokémon, although it can sometimes be any of the other natures as well. Level appears to be randomly selected for each Pokémon as a number between 100 and 120. As the movesets are purely based on what the Pokémon learns through level up at this time and the stats can be set to hinder the Pokémon in question more than help it, the randomness of this facility arguably makes it one of the most difficult and frustrating to obtain the reward for. However, if the player does manage to pull off a streak of 7 wins then they will be rewarded with TM115 Silverforce. Subsequent winning streaks will give the player Rare Candies, Heart Scales, and IV Stones as a reward.

The Battle Palace

The list of Pokémon and items banned from this facility can be seen at Phoenix Iota Challenges Banned Pokémon. Note that this list does not apply for the trainers faced in this area.

In the Battle Palace, the player selects 3 Pokémon. However, the player does not select the move. Instead the moves are all based off of different factors. When the player makes it to the final battle (battle 7) before their streak is saved and they are permitted to leave, the player will be confronted with a boss battle, which will pit the player against a Gym Leader of any region. Upon completing the Battle Palace once, the player will get TM121 Cloudforce. Subsequent winning streaks will give the player Rare Candies, Heart Scales, and IV Stones as a reward.

The Battle Colosseum

The list of Pokémon and items banned from this facility can be seen at Phoenix Iota Challenges Banned Pokémon. Note that this list does not apply for the trainers faced in this area.

In the Battle Colosseum, all battles are fought inversely and type match-ups are reversed. For example, Fire would be super effective against Water. Additionally, if a type such as Ghost was completely negated when used against a type such as Normal, the move is now super effective and becomes 8 times more effective than normal. Upon obtaining a streak of 7 wins in this facility once, the player will receive TM119 Zeusforce. Subsequent winning streaks will give the player Rare Candies, Heart Scales, and IV Stones as a reward.

The Battle Tower

The list of Pokémon and items banned from this facility can be seen at Phoenix Iota Challenges Banned Pokémon. Note that this list does not apply for the trainers faced in this area.

The Battle Tower is very similar in format to the Challenge Championship, but is significantly easier in comparison. The trainers fought during the first 6 levels are all standard trainers with a random assortment of Pokémon whose stats and items are also randomized. Their moves will consistently remain the ones that the Pokémon would have learned at that level through level-up alone. However, when the player reaches the 7th battle they will be confronted by a boss battle which consists of a random Gym Leader fighting the player. These Pokémon will NOT be randomized in the slightest, making this opponent significantly more difficult than the other trainers.

Additionally, the Battle Tower only requires 7 wins in a row to obtain the main prize, TM116 Venusforce. Subsequent winning streaks will give the player Rare Candies, Heart Scales, and IV Stones as a reward, as usual.

The Battle Arena

The list of Pokémon and items banned from this facility can be seen at Phoenix Iota Challenges Banned Pokémon. Note that this list does not apply for the trainers faced in this area.

The battles in this facility go by a rule setup identical to the Emerald Battle Frontier of the same name which can be seen here. Similarly to the Battle Tower, the trainers will use a team of randomly generated Pokémon until the 7th battle, at which time the player will be required to face a Gym Leader boss.

If the player is able to master the Battle Arena's battle format and complete a streak of 7 wins in this facility once, they will receive TM124 Graviforce. Subsequent winning streaks will give the player Rare Candies, Heart Scales, and IV Stones as a reward.

Triple Triad World Cup

There is no list of banned Pokémon in effect for this facility because this facility does not use actual Pokémon to compete with!

The Triple Triad World Cup features the same Triple Triad game as first observed in Treader Town. The player will have the option of buying a Pokémon card from the receptionist corresponding to any of the Pokémon that the player has captured on their journey. Additionally, the player can also receive more cards of Pokémon that they may not have necessarily captured by competing in tournaments in the Treader Town Game Corner, which uses the ante rule.

Once the player has a satisfactory deck of cards they will then be ready to compete. The playstyle uses the expert battling format, but without the ante rule. Once the player reaches a total of 7 wins they will receive TM117 Earthforce as a reward. From then on every win will give the player Rare Candies, Heart Scales, and IV Stones as a reward.

Safari Zone 7

Safari Zone 7 is located in the southeastern-most corner of the map and also takes place in space. Once inside the player will be able to catch various space-related Pokémon, search for an exclusive TM, and try to catch a Legendary Pokémon as well.

IV Changer

Yet another IV Changer exists in the Phoenix Iota. However, unlike the previous IV Changers, this "IV Specifier" will offer to set your Pokémon's IVs to 30 instead of 31. Though this may seem impractical in most cases, this proves to be extremely useful when attempting to give a Pokémon a certain type of Hidden power

Special NPCs

Cool Trainer Magnitude

Cooltrainer






Pokémon Level Moves Item
123

Scyther

120 Swords Dance Aerial Ace Bug Bite Quick Attack Lifeorb

Life Orb

740

Vivillon

120 Hurricane Bug Buzz Draining Kiss Energy Ball Choicespecs

Choice Specs

184

Azumarill

120 Waterfall Aqua Jet Return Superpower Choiceband

Choice Band

127

Pinsir (Mega)

120 Quick Attack Earthquake X-Scissor Swords Dance Pinsirite

Pinsirite

691

Aegislash

120 Shadow Sneak Sacred Sword Swords Dance King's Shield Weakness Policy
715

Dragalge

120 Venoshock Scald Toxic Protect Blacksludge

Black Sludge

Reward: PokémonDollar7200

Cool Trainer Mooty

Cooltrainerf






Pokémon Level Moves Item
376

Metagross

120 Stealth Rock Meteor Mash Pursuit Earthquake Leftovers

Leftovers

350

Milotic (Mega)

120 Scald Rest Sleep Talk Moonblast Milotite
373

Salamence

120 Dragon Dance Outrage Hydro Pump Earthquake Lumberry

Lum Berry

248

Tyranitar

120 Stone Edge Crunch Superpower Pursuit Choiceband

Choice Band

697

Hawlucha

120 Hone Claws Sky Attack Hi Jump Kick Stone Edge Powerherb

Power Herb

257

Blaziken

120 Swords Dance Hi Jump Kick Flare Blitz Protect Blacksludge

Black Sludge

Reward: PokémonDollar7200

Black Belt Rchizzle

Blackbelt






Pokémon Level Moves Item
197

Umbreon

120 Wish Foul Play Toxic Protect Leftovers

Leftovers

107

Hitmonchan

120 Drain Punch Mach Punch Ice Punch ThunderPunch Lifeorb

Life Orb

516

Simipour

120 Nasty Plot Hydro Pump Ice Beam Substitute Lifeorb

Life Orb

181

Ampharos (Mega)

120 Discharge Focus Blast Dragon Pulse Volt Switch Ampharosite

Ampharosite

725

Pangoro

120 Earthquake Crunch Poison Jab Sky Uppercut Choicescarf

Choice Scarf

398

Staraptor

120 Brave Bird Double-edge Close Combat U-turn Choicescarf

Choice Scarf

Reward: PokémonDollar3850

Tamer xRazeOvation

Tamer






Pokémon Level Moves Item
198

Murkrow

120 Foul Play Swagger Substitute Roost Eviolite

Eviolite

473

Mamoswine

120 Icicle Crash Ice Shard Earthquake Superpower Lifeorb

Life Orb

452

Drapion

120 Swords Dance Crunch Earthquake Poison Jab Lifeorb

Life Orb

282

Gardevoir (Mega)

120 Psychic Signal Beam Moonblast Focus Blast Gardevoirite

Gardevoirite

254

Sceptile

120 Substitute Focus Blast Leaf Storm Giga Drain Lifeorb

Life Orb

202

Wobbuffet

120 Encore Counter Mirror Coat Safeguard Leftovers

Leftovers

Reward: PokémonDollar4800

Leader Moss

VsTrainer212
Pokémon Level Moves Item
473

Mamoswine

120 Icicle Spear Ice Shard Stealth Rock Earthquake Focussash

Focus Sash

034

Nidoking

120 Earth Power Fire Blast Focus Blast Ice Beam Lifeorb

Life Orb

472

Gliscor

120 Substitute Roost Earthquake Aerial Ace Toxicorb

Toxic Orb

051

Dugtrio (Mega)

120 Earthquake Stone Edge Reversal Substitute Dugtrinite
423

Gastrodon

120 Earthquake Scald Toxic Recover Leftovers

Leftovers

Reward: PokémonDollar12000, Dugtrinite

Hiker Nappy

Hiker






Pokémon Level Moves Item
530

Excadrill

120 Rapin Spin Earthquake Swords Dance Rock Slide Leftovers

Leftovers

555

Darmanitan

120 Flare Blitz Rock Slide U-turn Superpower Lifeorb

Life Orb

635

Hydreigon

120 Draco Meteor Fire Blast Earthquake Superpower Expertbelt

Expert Belt

094

Gengar (Mega)

120 Hypnosis Dream Eater Nightmare Shadow Ball Gengarite

Gengarite

230

Kingdra

120 Substitute Dragon Dance Waterfall Outrage Lumberry

Lum Berry

110

Weezing

120 Will-O-Wisp Sludge Bomb Flamethrower Pain Split Blacksludge

Black Sludge

Reward: PokémonDollar3840

Cool Trainer Shady

Cooltrainer






Pokémon Level Moves Item
473

Mamoswine

120 Icicle Spear Ice Shard Superpower Earthquake Lifeorb

Life Orb

034

Nidoking

120 Earth Power Fire Blast Ice Beam Focus Blast Lifeorb

Life Orb

342

Crawdaunt

120 Dragon Dance Crunch Superpower Crabhammer Focussash

Focus Sash

332

Cacturne (Mega)

120 Swords Dance Sucker Punch Seed Bomb Drain Punch Cacturnite
212

Scizor

120 Swords Dance Bullet Punch Acrobatics Superpower Flyinggem

Flying Gem

630

Mandibuzz

120 Foul Play Taunt Roost Toxic Rockyhelmet

Rocky Helmet

Reward: PokémonDollar7200

Champion Steven

VsTrainer144

Items: Full Restore x2

Pokémon Level Moves Item
344

Claydol

120 Light Screen Reflect Earthquake Psychic Lightclay

Light Clay

376

Metagross

120 Stealth Rock Meteor Mash Earthquake Pursuit Leftovers

Leftovers

567

Archeops

120 Head Smash Acrobatics Earthquake Quick Attack Sitrusberry

Sitrus Berry

306

Aggron (Mega)

120 Head Smash Heavy Slam Earthquake Fire Punch Aggronite

Aggronite

227

Skarmory

120 Spikes Roost Whirlwind Livewire Leftovers

Leftovers

530

Excadrill

120 Rapid Spin Earthquake Swords Dance Rock Slide Leftovers

Leftovers

Reward: PokémonDollar12000, Weatherstone (x2) (First victory only)

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.