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'''White Treehollow''' (Japanese: '''{{tt|白の樹洞|しろのじゅどう}}''' ''White Tree Hollow'') is a battle arena initially exclusive to [[Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Pokémon White 2]]. Located within [[White Forest]], it is the counterpart to the [[Black Tower]] of [[Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Pokémon Black 2]].
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'''White Treehollow''' (Japanese: '''{{tt|白の樹洞|しろのじゅどう}}''' ''White Tree Hollow'') is a battle area initially exclusive to [[Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Pokémon White 2]]. Located within [[White Forest]], it is the counterpart to the [[Black Tower]] of [[Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Pokémon Black 2]].
   
If a White 2 player clears Area 5 of the White Treehollow, that player can send the Treehollow Key to Black 2 players, granting them access to White Forest, and consequently, the White Treehollow.
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If a player of White 2 clears Area 5 of the White Treehollow, that player can send the Treehollow Key to Black 2 players, granting them access to White Forest, and consequently, the White Treehollow.
   
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
[[File:White Treehollow inside.png|thumb|200px|The interior of the White Treehollow]]
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[[File:White Treehollow inside.png|thumb|256px|The interior of the White Treehollow]]
The White Treehollow was established in White Forest between the events of [[Pokémon Black and White Versions|Pokémon White]] and [[Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Pokémon White 2]]. The player cannot challenge it until he or she has defeated [[Alder]] in [[Floccesy Town]] after defeating the Elite Four and Champion.
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The White Treehollow was established in White Forest between the events of [[Pokémon Black and White Versions|Pokémon White]] and [[Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Pokémon White 2]]. The player cannot challenge it until he or she has defeated [[Alder]] in [[Floccesy Town]] after entering the [[Hall of Fame]].
   
It comprises ten randomly generated, progressively more complex areas, each with a number of Trainers. Each area contains a Gate Trainer and a {{tc|Boss Trainer}}. To unlock the next area, the player must first defeat the Boss Trainer by defeating the Gate Trainer, who will unlock the Boss Trainer's room. Other Trainers in each area may also be challenged. A {{tc|Nurse}} on each floor will heal the player's Pokémon after being defeated in battle, but only once. Unlike in most battle facilities, the player will earn [[experience]] and [[Pokémon Dollar|money]] for winning battles, but will forfeit the money earned during the challenge if the player loses or forfeits.
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It comprises ten randomly generated, progressively more complex areas, each with a number of Trainers. Each area contains a Gate Trainer and a {{tc|Boss Trainer}}. Defeating the Gate Trainer of an area unlocks the area's Boss Trainer room, while defeating an area's Boss Trainer allows the player to challenge the next area. Other Trainers in each area may also be challenged. A {{tc|Nurse}} on each floor will heal the player's Pokémon after being defeated in battle, but only once. Unlike true battle facilities, the player will earn [[experience]] and [[Pokémon Dollar|money]] in battles. The player will forfeit the money earned during a challenge if the player loses or retires.
   
The Trainers in each area have a randomly selected team of two Pokémon from a personalized pool of about nine Pokémon. The Boss Trainer of each area has three Pokémon, which are fixed for each battle. The levels increase as the player progresses through the areas, beginning at level 40 and ending at level 60 in Normal Mode. The Boss Trainers' Pokémon have higher levels than those of other Trainers in the area, and they will be holding [[in-battle effect item]]s such as {{DL|In-battle effect item|Black Sludge}}, {{DL|In-battle effect item|Life Orb}}s, or elemental [[Gem]]s. The regular Trainers' Pokémon may hold [[Berries]].
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The Trainers in each area have a randomly selected team of two Pokémon from a personalized pool of about nine Pokémon. The Boss Trainer of each area has three Pokémon, which are fixed for each battle. The levels increase as the player progresses through the areas, with vast level differences between the first and the tenth area. The Boss Trainers' Pokémon have slightly higher levels than those of other Trainers in the area, and they will be holding a wider variety of items, including {{DL|In-battle effect item|Black Sludge}}, {{DL|In-battle effect item|Focus Sash}}, {{DL|In-battle effect item|Life Orb}}, or [[Gem]]s.
   
Starting from Area 6, the areas will be separated into different floors, which the player has to explore in order to find the Gate Trainer and/or the Boss Trainer. Each floor has its own set of rooms, Trainers, and Nurse.
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Starting from Area 6, the areas are separated into different floors, which the player has to explore in order to find the Gate Trainer and/or the Boss Trainer. Each floor has its own set of rooms, Trainers, and Nurse.
   
Pokémon seen by the player while battling within the White Treehollow do not contribute to Pokémon seen on the player's Pokédex.
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Pokémon seen by the player while battling within the White Treehollow do not contribute to Pokémon seen in the player's Pokédex.
   
 
==Items==
 
==Items==
Upon beating the Boss Trainers in each of the areas, the player is rewarded with one or two different items.
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Upon defeating the Boss Trainer of an area, the player is rewarded with one or two items within a selection, as presented below. As can be observed, players are rewarded much less for completing Areas 6-9 (and arguably 10) than they are for completing Areas 1-5, although the former have higher difficulty and require much more time to complete.
   
 
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In addition, White 2 players will also receive the Treehollow key to send to Black 2 players upon completing Area 5 for the first time.
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In addition, players of White 2 will also receive the Treehollow key to send to Black 2 players upon completing Area 5 for the first time.
   
 
==Boss Trainers==
 
==Boss Trainers==
The Boss Trainers always use the same set of three Pokémon. Upon visiting Area 10's Boss Trainer chamber for the first time on either White Treehollow or [[Black Tower]], the player will face [[Benga]] in battle. Each Trainer has their Pokémon with 3 levels more and gives the player {{pdollar}}600 more than previous Trainer in each order. Once he or she is defeated, the player will always battle the other Trainer in either facility.
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The Boss Trainers always use their same set of three Pokémon. Upon visiting Area 10's Boss Trainer chamber for the first time in either White Treehollow or [[Black Tower]], the player will face [[Benga]] in battle. Each Trainer has their Pokémon with 3 levels more and gives the player {{pdollar}}600 more than previous Trainer in each order.
   
 
===Area 1===
 
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
* With exception of [[Benga]], each Boss Trainer's first letter in their name is based on the alphabetical order in each Area order. In the Japanese version, their first letter is based on the katakana in vowel "a" column order instead.
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* The regular Boss Trainers follow an alphabetical naming pattern, having initials A through J in the English versions, and ''a'' through ''wa'' in Japanese versions.
* Any Pokémon Breeder will own two members of the Happiny evolution family.
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* Any Pokémon Breeder will own two members of the {{p|Chansey}} evolution family.
*Although the player is not allowed to use healing items such as {{dl|Potion|Hyper Potion}}s or {{dl|Potion|Full Restore}}s, out-of-battle healing through the [[Entralink|HP Restoring Power]] is allowed.
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* Although the White Treehollow disables the Bag menu in and outside of battle, making players unable to use healing items such as {{DL|Potion|Hyper Potion}}s or {{dl|Potion|Full Restore}}s, players are able to heal their Pokémon by using HP-restoring Pass Powers, and can utilize the Pokémon menu to make their Pokémon hold any item, including those with in-battle healing/curing effects.
   
 
==In other languages==
 
==In other languages==

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White Treehollow 白の樹洞
White Tree Hollow
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
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Map description: {{{mapdesc}}}
Location: White Forest
Region: Unova
Generations: V
Unova Black City White Forest Black Tower White Treehollow Map.png
Location of White Treehollow in Unova.
Pokémon world locations

White Treehollow (Japanese: 白の樹洞 White Tree Hollow) is a battle area initially exclusive to Pokémon White 2. Located within White Forest, it is the counterpart to the Black Tower of Pokémon Black 2.

If a player of White 2 clears Area 5 of the White Treehollow, that player can send the Treehollow Key to Black 2 players, granting them access to White Forest, and consequently, the White Treehollow.

Description

File:White Treehollow inside.png
The interior of the White Treehollow

The White Treehollow was established in White Forest between the events of Pokémon White and Pokémon White 2. The player cannot challenge it until he or she has defeated Alder in Floccesy Town after entering the Hall of Fame.

It comprises ten randomly generated, progressively more complex areas, each with a number of Trainers. Each area contains a Gate Trainer and a Boss Trainer. Defeating the Gate Trainer of an area unlocks the area's Boss Trainer room, while defeating an area's Boss Trainer allows the player to challenge the next area. Other Trainers in each area may also be challenged. A Nurse on each floor will heal the player's Pokémon after being defeated in battle, but only once. Unlike true battle facilities, the player will earn experience and money in battles. The player will forfeit the money earned during a challenge if the player loses or retires.

The Trainers in each area have a randomly selected team of two Pokémon from a personalized pool of about nine Pokémon. The Boss Trainer of each area has three Pokémon, which are fixed for each battle. The levels increase as the player progresses through the areas, with vast level differences between the first and the tenth area. The Boss Trainers' Pokémon have slightly higher levels than those of other Trainers in the area, and they will be holding a wider variety of items, including Black Sludge, Focus Sash, Life Orb, or Gems.

Starting from Area 6, the areas are separated into different floors, which the player has to explore in order to find the Gate Trainer and/or the Boss Trainer. Each floor has its own set of rooms, Trainers, and Nurse.

Pokémon seen by the player while battling within the White Treehollow do not contribute to Pokémon seen in the player's Pokédex.

Items

Upon defeating the Boss Trainer of an area, the player is rewarded with one or two items within a selection, as presented below. As can be observed, players are rewarded much less for completing Areas 6-9 (and arguably 10) than they are for completing Areas 1-5, although the former have higher difficulty and require much more time to complete.

Area Reward
Areas 1-3 HP Up HP Up
Protein Protein
Iron Iron
Calcium Calcium
Zinc Zinc
Carbos Carbos
Areas 4, 5 HP Up HP Up ×2
Protein Protein ×2
Iron Iron ×2
Calcium Calcium ×2
Zinc Zinc ×2
Carbos Carbos ×2
Area Reward
Areas 6, 7 Health Wing Health Wing
Muscle Wing Muscle Wing
Resist Wing Resist Wing
Genius Wing Genius Wing
Clever Wing Clever Wing
Swift Wing Swift Wing
Rare Candy Rare Candy
Areas 8, 9 Health Wing Health Wing ×2
Muscle Wing Muscle Wing ×2
Resist Wing Resist Wing ×2
Genius Wing Genius Wing ×2
Clever Wing Clever Wing ×2
Swift Wing Swift Wing ×2
Rare Candy Rare Candy ×2
Area Reward
Area 10 Pomeg Berry Pomeg Berry
Kelpsy Berry Kelpsy Berry
Qualot Berry Qualot Berry
Hondew Berry Hondew Berry
Grepa Berry Grepa Berry
Tamato Berry Tamato Berry
Rare Candy Rare Candy

In addition, players of White 2 will also receive the Treehollow key to send to Black 2 players upon completing Area 5 for the first time.

Boss Trainers

The Boss Trainers always use their same set of three Pokémon. Upon visiting Area 10's Boss Trainer chamber for the first time in either White Treehollow or Black Tower, the player will face Benga in battle. Each Trainer has their Pokémon with 3 levels more and gives the player PokémonDollar.png600 more than previous Trainer in each order.

Area 1



Area 2



Area 3



Area 4



Area 5



Area 6



Area 7



Area 8



Area 9



Area 10

White Version 2



Black Version 2 (subsequent visits)



Trivia

  • The regular Boss Trainers follow an alphabetical naming pattern, having initials A through J in the English versions, and ア a through ワ wa in Japanese versions.
  • Any Pokémon Breeder will own two members of the Chansey evolution family.
  • Although the White Treehollow disables the Bag menu in and outside of battle, making players unable to use healing items such as Hyper Potions or Full Restores, players are able to heal their Pokémon by using HP-restoring Pass Powers, and can utilize the Pokémon menu to make their Pokémon hold any item, including those with in-battle healing/curing effects.

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png European French Arbre Creux Blanc
Germany Flag.png German Weiße Baumhöhle
Italy Flag.png Italian Antro dell'Albero Bianco
Spain Flag.png European Spanish Cavernogal Blanco

See also


Unova
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Settlements
Nuvema TownAccumula TownStriaton CityNacrene CityCastelia CityNimbasa CityAnville Town
Driftveil CityMistralton CityIcirrus CityOpelucid CityPokémon LeagueLacunosa TownUndella Town
Black CityWhite ForestAspertia CityFloccesy TownVirbank CityLentimas TownHumilau City
Routes
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Bridges and tunnels
Skyarrow BridgeDriftveil DrawbridgeTubeline BridgeVillage BridgeMarvelous BridgeMarine Tube
Landmarks
DreamyardWellspring CavePinwheel ForestLiberty GardenDesert ResortRelic CastleBattle SubwayLostlorn Forest
Cold StorageMistralton CaveChargestone CaveCelestial TowerTwist MountainDragonspiral TowerMoor of Icirrus
Challenger's CaveVictory Road (BWB2W2) • N's CastleRoyal UnovaGiant ChasmUndella BayAbyssal Ruins
Abundant ShrinePoké Transfer LabP2 LaboratoryEntralinkUnity TowerFloccesy RanchPledge GroveVirbank Complex
Pokéstar StudiosCastelia SewersJoin AvenueCave of BeingPokémon World TournamentReversal MountainPlasma Frigate
Clay TunnelUnderground RuinsStrange HouseRelic PassageSeaside CaveWhite TreehollowBlack Tower
Access to
Nature Preserve
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