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Revision as of 18:51, 9 October 2010

Prime Cup (Japanese: ウルトラカップ Ultra Cup) is one of the four Stadium Cups in Pokémon Stadium and Pokémon Stadium 2.

In Pokémon Stadium, the Prime Cup is the only Cup that does not originate from Pokémon Yellow's Colosseum 2. Instead, it is based on the regular Colosseum battles, which have no special limitations. As a result, all Pokémon, including powerful legendary Pokémon such as Mewtwo, are allowed. There are no level restrictions in the Prime Cup, so all of the opponents will have level 100 Pokémon.

This is the only area in the Pokémon Stadium series where the elusive Mew and Celebi can be found. In Pokémon Stadium, the male Cool Trainer will have a Mew during the final battle of the Prime Cup division, while Cooltrainer Marty will have a Mew during the Round 1 Prime Cup in Pokémon Stadium 2. Likewise, Cooltrainer Marty will have a Celebi during the Round 2 Prime Cup in Pokémon Stadium 2. Also, Mew will be available as a rental Pokémon for Pokémon Stadium's Round 2 Prime Cup, while Mew and Celebi will be available as rentals in Pokémon Stadium 2's Round 2 Prime Cup.

In Pokémon Stadium, there are four levels of difficulty: Poké Ball, Great Ball, Ultra Ball, and Master Ball. In Pokémon Stadium 2, there is only one level of difficulty.

Trainers

Pokémon Stadium

Round 1

Battle 1: Cue Ball

Battle 2: Rocket

Battle 3: Judoboy

Battle 4: Gambler

Battle 5: Cool(F)

Battle 6: Bird Boy

Semifinal: Lab Man

Final: Cool(M)

Round 2

Battle 1: Cue Ball

Battle 2: Judoboy

Battle 3: Gambler

Battle 4: Rocket

Battle 5: Lab Man

Battle 6: Cool(F)

Semifinal: Bird Boy

Final: Cool(M)

Pokémon Stadium 2

Battle Trainer
1 S2 Lass.png Lass Terry
2 S2 Blackbelt.png Blackbelt Yang
3 S2 Bird Keeper.png Bird Keeper Adam
4 S2 CooltrainerF.png Cooltrainer Flora
5 S2 Fisher.png Fisherman Chase
6 S2 Scientist.png Scientist Craig
Semifinal S2 Skier.png Skier Cathy
Final S2 CooltrainerM.png Cooltrainer Marty



Features of the Stadium series
Stadium Cups: Pika CupPetit CupPoké Cup
Prime CupLittle CupChallenge Cup
Modes: Stadium ModeBattle Mode
Other: Gym Leader CastleWhite CityGame Boy TowerMobile Stadium