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|color = Grey
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|name = Trainer Tower
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|japanese= トレーナータワー
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|romaji = Trainer Tower
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|region = Sevii Islands
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|GenAvailable = [[Generation III|III]]
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|kind = Building
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|weather = Normal
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|hm = None
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|locations = North of [[Seven Island]]
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The '''Trainer Tower''' is a location in the [[Sevii Islands]] in [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]] where [[Pokémon Trainer|trainers]] challenge the player in a building where, after each battle, the player proceeds to the next floor. Each trainer has 2 [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]] above Level 61.
 
The '''Trainer Tower''' is a location in the [[Sevii Islands]] in [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]] where [[Pokémon Trainer|trainers]] challenge the player in a building where, after each battle, the player proceeds to the next floor. Each trainer has 2 [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]] above Level 61.
   
There are three different battle types. They are single, double, and multi. At the top of the tower, there is a man who will reward you with either the king's rock, the metal coat, or up-grade.
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There are four different battle types. They are Single, Double, Mixed, and Knockout. At the top of the tower, there is a man who will reward you with either the King's Rock, the Metal Coat, the Dragon Scale, or the Up-Grade.
   
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There also are 3 trainers with a [[Shiny Pokémon]] each. One has a shiny [[Espeon]], one has a [[Seaking]], and the other has a shiny [[Meowth]] .
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==Poké Mart==
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===Generation III===
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|- style="background: #CCCCFF;"
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! width="66px" |Item
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! width="66px" |Price
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|-
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|[[Ultra Ball]]
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|1200
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|-
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|[[Healing Items|Full Restore]]
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|3000
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|-
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|[[Healing Items|Hyper Potion]]
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|1200
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|-
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|[[Healing Items|Full Heal]]
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|600
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|-
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|[[Max Repel]]
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|700
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|-
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|[[Great Ball]]
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|600
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|-
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|[[Healing Items|Max Potion]]
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|2500
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|-
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|[[Healing Items|Revive]]
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|1500
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|-
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|[[List of Items|Escape Rope]]
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|550
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|}
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==Items==
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*[[Nanab Berry]] 1x FR/LG
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*[[Pearl]] 1x FR/LG
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*[[Big Pearl]] 1x FR/LG
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*[[King's Rock]] FR/LG
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*[[Metal Coat]] FR/LG
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*[[Up-Grade]] FR/LG
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*[[Dragon Scale]] FR/LG
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You get the King's Rock, Metal Coat, Up-Grade, and Dragon Scale after defeating Mixed Mode, Knockout Mode, Single Mode, and Double Mode respectively.
 
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Trainer Tower
トレーナータワー Trainer Tower
Information about Trainer Tower
Region: Sevii Islands
Connecting locations: North of Seven Island
Weather: Normal
Kind: Building
Needed HM: None
Generation(s) available: III

The Trainer Tower is a location in the Sevii Islands in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen where trainers challenge the player in a building where, after each battle, the player proceeds to the next floor. Each trainer has 2 Pokémon above Level 61.

There are four different battle types. They are Single, Double, Mixed, and Knockout. At the top of the tower, there is a man who will reward you with either the King's Rock, the Metal Coat, the Dragon Scale, or the Up-Grade.

There also are 3 trainers with a Shiny Pokémon each. One has a shiny Espeon, one has a Seaking, and the other has a shiny Meowth .

Poké MartEdit

Generation IIIEdit

Item Price
Ultra Ball 1200
Full Restore 3000
Hyper Potion 1200
Full Heal 600
Max Repel 700
Great Ball 600
Max Potion 2500
Revive 1500
Escape Rope 550

ItemsEdit

You get the King's Rock, Metal Coat, Up-Grade, and Dragon Scale after defeating Mixed Mode, Knockout Mode, Single Mode, and Double Mode respectively.

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