In the gamesEdit
- Johto, on the north end of Route 40, later joined by the other facilities of the Battle Frontier in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver.
- Hoenn, on an island south of Route 130, later joined by the other six facilities of the Battle Frontier in Pokémon Emerald.
- Sinnoh, in Battle Zone on the northeastern island, later joined by the other four facilities of the Battle Frontier in Pokémon Platinum.
In the animeEdit
- Johto, in Olivine City
- Hoenn, in LaRousse City
- Kanto, near Tohjo Falls, and part of the Battle Frontier
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Upon entering the Battle Tower, there will be 3 people at the counter:
The one on the left will guide you into Wireless Wi-Fi battles, where you can connect with your friends and join teams to battle. Both Single and Double battles are available.
The one in the middle will guide you into Solo battles (1 on 1), consisting of both Single and Double battles.
The one on the right will guide you through Nintendo Wi-Fi Battles, where you can fight against people all around the world.
Most Legendary Pokemon are banned, while some are still allowed in. You can still enter:
(please add more if you know they can be entered)
If you manage to defeat all 7 Trainers, or all 7 Double Battles on Multiplayer, you will be awarded with 3 BP (Battle Points) which are stored for later use. If it was a Wireless Double Battle on Pokemon Platinum version, however, you will instead receive 8 BP as opposed to 3.
BP can be spent outside the Battle Tower at the stores for certain prizes, ranging from TMs to held items. These items are usually expensive, so you need to frequently participate at the Battle Tower if you want prizes.
Strategies/Combos for Double BattlesEdit
In Double Battles, whether it be Wireless or Solo, strategy really matters. It's all about how you use your moves and types to your advantage! Try experimenting with different combinations of types and moves to see what you work best with.
Please feel free to post some sweet combos below, with the Pokemon, moves involved and a brief description of how to use it effectively. Don't be shy - I'd love to hear your ideas! #PrinceCooshie101
Send out: Garchomp and Rotom.
Garchomp: use Earthquake. Rotom: use Discharge.
Discharge won't affect your Garchomp, being a Ground type, but your opponents will both be damaged (if they aren't Ground types). Earthquake won't affect your Rotom, because it has Levitate. Both your opponents take damage (if they aren't Flying or have Levitate themselves). This way, you can inflict maximum damage to your opponents Pokemon in a single turn, without hurting your own Pokemon.