Battle Tower

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  1. Workbenth

    Workbenth New Member

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    Where can I find the Battle Tower?

    The Battle Tower and the Battle Tower Shop is located at Targaryen Keep in the Haikou Region (Generation 3). There is a dedicated warp to this location, "Battle Tower".

    Coordinates: X: 838, Y: 81, Z: 296

    The right hand side holds the Registrar where you register to battle in the Battle Tower. The left hand side holds the Battle Tower shopkeeper as well as a nurse for convenience.

    What is the Battle Tower?

    In the Battle Tower you battle NPCs for Battle Points (BP) which you can use to buy held items in the Battle Tower Shop. You may only use 3 pokémon which will be set to Lv50.

    Your opponents will always use Lv50 Pokémon with held items.

    You may not use Shadow Pokémon.
    You may use Legendary Pokémon.

    It will get progressively harder as you battle, more information regarding this below.

    More information regarding Battle Points

    You will gain 1-6 BP per battle you complete. If you face Iconic Trainers like Red, you will earn 10 Battle Points.

    The Battle Points are recieved after you have been defeated or quit the current run.

    Different Trainer Classes (Lass, Worker, Scientist etc) provide different amounts of BP as a reward

    Tier List
    • Lass, Rounds 1-5, BP: 1
    • Worker, Rounds 3-7, BP: 2
    • Deputy, Rounds 6-9, BP: 3
    • PokeFan, Rounds 10-16, BP: 4
    • Scientist, Rounds 14-29, BP: 5
    • Ace Trainer, Rounds 30+, BP: 6
    • Iconic Trainers, Every 10 rounds, BP: 10
    More information regarding Trainer Classes

    The link below will direct you to a thread by RainbowTeletubi

    https://tinyurl.com/BT-NPC-Movesets

    What can I buy at the Battle Tower Shop?

    Items that can be bought at the Battle Tower Shop (includes individual prices and description):

    Costs 288 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    This belt helps the wearer to focus and boosts the power of Fighting-type moves.
    Costs 288 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    A pair of shady-looking glasses that boost the power of Dark-type moves.
    Costs 288 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    It's a combustible fuel that boosts the power of Fire-type moves.
    Costs 288 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    This hard and sharp fang boosts the power of Dragon-type moves.
    Costs 288 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    It's a durable stone that boosts the power of Rock-type moves.
    Costs 468 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    The holder's HP is slowly but steadily restored throughout every battle (turn).
    Costs 288 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    It's a powerful magnet that boosts the power of Electric-type moves.
    Costs 288 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    It's a seed imbued with life force that boosts the power of Grass-type moves.
    Costs 216 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    This headband exudes strength, slightly boosting the power of physical moves.
    Costs 288 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    This teardrop-shaped gem boosts the power of Water-type moves.
    Costs 288 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    It's heat-repelling piece of ice that boosts the power of Ice-type moves.
    Costs 288 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    This exotic-smelling incense boosts the power of Psychic-type moves.
    Costs 288 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    This small, poisonous barb boosts the power of Poison-type moves.
    Costs 288 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    It's a long, sharp beak that boosts the power of Flying-type moves.
    Costs 216 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    It's a sumptuous scarf that boosts the power of Normal-type moves
    Costs 288 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    It's a shiny, silver powder that will boost the power of Bug-type moves.
    Costs 288 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    It's a loose, silky sand that boosts the power of Ground-type moves.
    Costs 288 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    It's a sinister, eerie tag that boosts the power of Ghost-type moves.
    Costs 288 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    This thick pair of glasses slightly boosts the power of special moves.
    Costs 768 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    It boosts the power of moves, but at the cost of some HP on each hit.
    Costs 48 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    If the holder has full HP, it will endure a potential KO attack with 1 HP. The item then disappears.
    Costs 168 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    The holder may endure a potential KO attack, leaving it with just 1 HP.
    Costs 378 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    A consumable bulb. If the holder is hit by a Water-type move, its Sp. Atk will rise. (Will disappear)
    Costs 528 Battle Points

    When held by a Pokémon, the Pokémon will float into the air. When the holder is attacked, this item will burst. (Grants immunity from Ground-type moves until popped.)
    Costs 378 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    Recovers more HP from HP-stealing moves.
    Costs 378 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    Gradually restores the HP of a Poison-type Pokémon. It inflicts damage on all other types.
    Costs 378 Battle Points

    A consumable battery. If the holder is hit by an Electric-type move, its Attack will rise.
    Costs 768 Battle Points

    Raises Attack, but only one move can be used.
    Costs 768 Battle Points

    Raises Speed, but only one move can be used.
    Costs 768 Battle Points

    Raises Special Attack, but only one move can be used.
    Costs 768 Battle Points

    A mysterious evolutionary lump. When held, it raises the Defense and Sp. Def of a Pokémon that can still evolve.
    Costs 456 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    It's a well-worn belt that slightly boosts the power of supereffective moves.
    Costs 456 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon.
    It's a bizarre or that will afflict the holder with a burn during battle.
    Costs 168 Battle Points

    A medicine that can slightly raise the maximum PP of a single move that has been learned by the target Pokémon.
    Costs 336 Battle Points

    A medicine that can optimally raise the maximum PP of a single move that has been learned by the target Pokémon
    Costs 336 Battle Points

    A capsule that allows a Pokémon with two Abilities to switch between these Abilities when it is used.
    Costs 12,000 Battle Points

    An item to be held by a Pokémon. If the holder becomes infatuated, the opposing Pokémon will be, too.

    I will proceed to add additional information regarding each item, such as numeric rates (E.g how much each item boosts) and further explanations in hopes of clarifying certain items better.

    For any further queries or suggestions on how to improve this thread, please feel free to message me privately on Discord or tag me in Pokéfind's #general chat room; Kimkom#2686 / Workbenth (Pokéfind Discord)

    Happy battling,
    Workbenth
     
    Last edited: Jan 13, 2018 at 12:56 AM
  2. Voultronix

    Voultronix Active Member

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    Thanks so much <3
     
  3. Workbenth

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  4. RainbowTeletubi

    RainbowTeletubi Jr. Moderator Staff Member

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    Great guide! Glad to take some credit :)
     
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  5. xArcuz

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    Great guide! Would help a lot of people understand the idea behind the battle tower.