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Appendix:Pokémon Rumble Blast walkthrough/Section 5/Part 2

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After the completeion of the Rusty Fort, the gate to the elevator will open. Ride the elevator and you will reach the World Axle - B2F. Just like the other World Axle levels, the elevator to town will be instantly available when you enter the floor.

World Axle - B2F

These are the order of the areas clockwise, with the elevator in the middle; The Factory, The Glacier, The Tower, The Cave, The Lake and The Treetops. To the east of the areas is the ruined battlefield, and a small extension between the cave and the lake leads to the Battle Royale. The elevator to the next level is defended by a gate located near the ruined battlefield.


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Pokémon Attacks Notes
Pinsir Pinsir X-Scissor post-ending
Heracross Heracross Megahorn post-ending
Kecleon Kecleon N/A Hidden;Unobtainable
Roserade Roserade Petal Dance
Leafeon Leafeon Magical Leaf
Tranquill Tranquill Air Cutter
Unfezant Unfezant Air Slash
Leavanny Leavanny Struggle Bug
Whirlipede Whirlipede Steamroller
Scolipede Scolipede Venoshock
Petilil Petilil Absorb
Lilligant Lilligant Petal Dance
Emolga Emolga Spark
Karrablast Petilil Absorb
Escavalier Escavalier X-Scissor
Archen Archen Wing Attack Swarming with boss
Archeops Archeops Rock Slide


  • Watch out for Leafeon's Magical Leaf, Which is near-unavoidable. Also Leafeons come in great numbers, so it's quite annoying.
  • Watch out for Whirlipede's Steamroller. It has a high chance of flinching and there are a lot of them. It's made even worse as steamroller is an rushing attack.
  • After game completeion, watch out for Heracross. It's Megahorn can strike with great power.
  • The boss can dish out heavy damage due to it's high attack. It will Rotate around the center of the battlefield, so it is difficult to attack from behind.

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Pokémon Attacks Notes
Magikarp Magikarp Splash
Gyarados Gyarados Hydro Pump
Dratini Dratini Wrap
Dragonair Dragonair Twister
Dragonite Dragonite Dragon Rush
Togetic Togetic Magical Leaf
Suicune Suicune Ice Fang post-ending
Feebas Feebas Tackle
Milotic Milotic Aqua Tail
Togekiss Togekiss Extremespeed
Palpitoad Palpitoad Bubblebeam
Seismitoad Seismitoad Muddy Water
Shelmet Shelmet Leech Life
Accelgor Accelgor Bug Buzz
Tirtouga Tirtouga Aqua Jet swarming wih boss
Carracosta Carracosta Aqua Tail


  • Again, Watch out for Magical Leaf users.
  • The boss's Aqua Tail Attack can go across the battlefield, And is especially powerful after an AncientPower boost. It also tends to follow you around, so get prepared for taking heavy damage and failing switches frequently.
  • After Game Completeion, Suicune will sometimes appear, which will summon Dragonites if you do not kill it. So try Finding one and not kill it, but instead try killing the Dragonites for a good invidual. If the Suicune takes too much damage you can also heal it with Heal Pulse, Which enables continued Farming.

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Pokémon Attacks Notes
Arcanine Arcanine Fire Fang
Ditto Ditto Transform Appears After All Areas
Of World Axle - B2F
Are Completed
Entei Entei Fire Fang post-ending
Rampardos Rampardos Headbutt
Bastiodon Bastiodon Iron Head
Gible Gible Tackle
Gabite Gabite Dragon Claw post-ending
Garchomp Garchomp Dragon Rush
Boldore Boldore Rock Blast
Gigalith Gigalith Stone Edge
Swoobat Swoobat Air Cutter
Drilbur Drilbur Metal Claw
Excadrill Excadrill Rock Slide
Druddigon Druddigon Dragon Claw
Larvesta Larvesta Ember swarming wih boss
Volcarona Volcarona Fiery Dance
Bug Buzz


  • A lot of the Pokémon here like to use Heavy-Firepower moves like Stone Edge and Dragon Claw.
  • After game completeion, Watch out for Ditto. It can copy your Pokémon and it's attacks, making it more difficult to beat.
  • Garchomp is a useful Pokémon, but it's rarity makes it difficult to utilize.
  • The boss's Fiery Dance has an high rate to cause a Burn, Which will severely weaken you.

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