Battle Maison

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Battle Maison バトルハウス
Battle House
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
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Location: Kiloude CityXY, Battle ResortORAS
Region: Kalos and Hoenn
Generations: VI
Kalos Kiloude City Map.png
Location of Battle Maison in Kalos and Hoenn.
Pokémon world locations

The Battle Maison (Japanese: バトルハウス Battle House) is a facility found in Pokémon X and Y and Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

Battle Maison location in Hoenn

The original Battle Maison is located in Kiloude City in the Kalos region.

A replica Battle Maison is located in the Battle Resort in the Hoenn region, serving as an equivalent to the Battle Tower from Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire. Upon entering the Battle Maison in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire for the first time Sidney will appear in a one-time scripted cutscene.

Its background music theme, Battle Maison (also shared with the Battle Chateau), is a remix of Battle Tower (Johto) from Pokémon Crystal, HeartGold and SoulSilver.

Items

Item Location Games
Lansat Berry Lansat Berry Gift from a little girl after achieving 100 consecutive victories  X  Y 
Starf Berry Starf Berry Gift from a little girl after achieving 200 consecutive victories  X  Y 
Ability Capsule Ability Capsule 1% chance of receiving one after a rematch with Wally  OR  AS 

Exchange Service Corner

The entrance hall includes two Exchange Service Corners, where the player can buy various items with Battle Points (BP).

Pokémon X and Y

The following items are offered as prizes in X and Y:

Left attendant
Protein Protein
2BP
Calcium Calcium
2BP
Iron Iron
2BP
Zinc Zinc
2BP
Carbos Carbos
2BP
HP Up HP Up
2BP
Power Bracer Power Bracer
16BP
Power Belt Power Belt
16BP
Power Lens Power Lens
16BP
Power Band Power Band
16BP
Power Anklet Power Anklet
16BP
Power Weight Power Weight
16BP
Toxic Orb Toxic Orb
16BP
Flame Orb Flame Orb
16BP
White Herb White Herb
32BP
Power Herb Power Herb
32BP
Absorb Bulb Absorb Bulb
32BP
Cell Battery Cell Battery
32BP
Red Card Red Card
32BP
Eject Button Eject Button
32BP
Weakness Policy Weakness Policy
32BP
Ring Target Ring Target
32BP
Protector Protector
32BP
Whipped Dream Whipped Dream
32BP
Sachet Sachet
32BP
Electirizer Electirizer
32BP
Magmarizer Magmarizer
32BP
Reaper Cloth Reaper Cloth
32BP
Up-Grade Up-Grade
32BP
Dubious Disc Dubious Disc
32BP
Wise Glasses Wise Glasses
48BP
Choice Specs Choice Specs
48BP
Scope Lens Scope Lens
48BP
Zoom Lens Zoom Lens
48BP
Wide Lens Wide Lens
48BP
Muscle Band Muscle Band
48BP
Focus Band Focus Band
48BP
Choice Band Choice Band
48BP
Choice Scarf Choice Scarf
48BP
Assault Vest Assault Vest
48BP
Focus Sash Focus Sash
48BP
Razor Claw Razor Claw
48BP
Razor Fang Razor Fang
48BP
Bright Powder Bright Powder
48BP
Life Orb Life Orb
48BP
Iron Ball Iron Ball
48BP
Air Balloon Air Balloon
48BP
Binding Band Binding Band
48BP
Safety Goggles Safety Goggles
48BP
Rare Candy Rare Candy
48BP
Ability Capsule Ability Capsule
200BP
 
Right attendant
TM Normal VI TM48 (Round)
16BP
TM Fire VI TM59 (Incinerate)
16BP
TM Normal VI TM87 (Swagger)
24BP
TM Dark VI TM60 (Quash)
24BP
TM Normal VI TM05 (Roar)
24BP
TM Rock VI TM23 (Smack Down)
32BP
TM Poison VI TM34 (Sludge Wave)
32BP
TM Steel VI TM51 (Steel Wing)
32BP
TM Normal VI TM64 (Explosion)
48BP
TM Normal VI TM67 (Retaliate)
48BP
TM Electric VI TM72 (Volt Switch)
48BP
TM Psychic VI TM85 (Dream Eater)
48BP

Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

Because the TMs offered in Pokémon X and Y are available elsewhere in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the goods of X and Y's left attendant are now split between the two attendants. The left attendant now deals in items that affect Pokémon stats and specifications, such as evolution-inducing held items. The right attendant deals in held items to be used in battle, adding the Luminous Moss and Snowball that can otherwise be found out on the field in Kalos.

Left attendant
Protein Protein
2BP
Calcium Calcium
2BP
Iron Iron
2BP
Zinc Zinc
2BP
Carbos Carbos
2BP
HP Up HP Up
2BP
Power Bracer Power Bracer
16BP
Power Belt Power Belt
16BP
Power Lens Power Lens
16BP
Power Band Power Band
16BP
Power Anklet Power Anklet
16BP
Power Weight Power Weight
16BP
Protector Protector
32BP
Whipped Dream Whipped Dream
32BP
Sachet Sachet
32BP
Electirizer Electirizer
32BP
Up-Grade Up-Grade
32BP
Dubious Disc Dubious Disc
32BP
Magmarizer Magmarizer
32BP
Reaper Cloth Reaper Cloth
32BP
Rare Candy Rare Candy
48BP
Ability Capsule Ability Capsule
200BP
Right attendant
Toxic Orb Toxic Orb
16BP
Flame Orb Flame Orb
16BP
White Herb White Herb
32BP
Power Herb Power Herb
32BP
Absorb Bulb Absorb Bulb
32BP
Luminous Moss Luminous Moss
32BP
Cell Battery Cell Battery
32BP
Snowball Snowball
32BP
Red Card Red Card
32BP
Eject Button Eject Button
32BP
Weakness Policy Weakness Policy
32BP
Ring Target Ring Target
32BP
Wise Glasses Wise Glasses
48BP
Choice Specs Choice Specs
48BP
Scope Lens Scope Lens
48BP
Zoom Lens Zoom Lens
48BP
Wide Lens Wide Lens
48BP
Muscle Band Muscle Band
48BP
Focus Band Focus Band
48BP
Choice Band Choice Band
48BP
Choice Scarf Choice Scarf
48BP
Assault Vest Assault Vest
48BP
Focus Sash Focus Sash
48BP
Expert Belt Expert Belt
48BP
Razor Claw Razor Claw
48BP
Razor Fang Razor Fang
48BP
Bright Powder Bright Powder
48BP
Life Orb Life Orb
48BP
Iron Ball Iron Ball
48BP
Air Balloon Air Balloon
48BP
Binding Band Binding Band
48BP
Safety Goggles Safety Goggles
48BP

Challenges

By talking to the attendant next to the arena, the player may start a battle challenge to earn Battle Points (BP) and increase their current win streak, which will be displayed on their Vs. Recorder along with their all-time record win streak. Battles held in the Battle Maison differ from regular battles in a number of ways. When challenging the Battle Maison:

  • All Pokémon above level 50 will be set to level 50. Those under level 50 will remain at their current level.
  • Bag items cannot be used.
  • Pokémon will not gain experience points by defeating opponents.
  • Pokémon are fully restored after each battle, including any held items lost or gained during battle.
  • The player may interrupt any challenge at any time without breaking its current winning streak.
    • An interrupted challenge is resumed simply by starting the same format again; the player is allowed to reselect their team.
  • Pokémon encountered will not contribute to a player's Pokédex.
Battle format Number of eligible Pokémon
Single 3
Double 4
Triple 6
Rotation 4
Multi 2 per player

A Super version of each format is unlocked when the player first beats the Battle Chatelaine for the format, such as Super Single Battle. The normal battle formats are limited to streaks of 20, ending after battling the Battle Chatelaine.

Battle Points

Unlike previous games, the player receives Battle Points (BP) at the end of every victorious match. The number of Battle Points (BP) awarded after a match varies with the length of the current win streak, as shown in the table below.

Battle Points
Win streak Normal Super
1-10 1 2
11-19 2 3
20
(Battle Chatelaine)
20 3
21-30 4
31-40 5
41-49 6
50
(Battle Chatelaine)
50
51+ 7

Pokémon

Main article: List of Battle Maison Pokémon

Normal NPC Pokémon

All NPC opponents in normal challenges will use Pokémon exclusively from this list.

Pidgey Pidgey Rattata Rattata Wigglytuff Wigglytuff Golbat Golbat Oddish Oddish Persian Persian Primeape Primeape Poliwag Poliwag
Machop Machop Geodude Geodude Magnemite Magnemite Magneton Magneton Grimer Grimer Gastly Gastly Drowzee Drowzee Rhydon Rhydon
Omanyte Omanyte Hoothoot Hoothoot Ledyba Ledyba Spinarak Spinarak Natu Natu Flaaffy Flaaffy Marill Marill Skiploom Skiploom
Girafarig Girafarig Pineco Pineco Snubbull Snubbull Qwilfish Qwilfish Magcargo Magcargo Swinub Swinub Piloswine Piloswine Octillery Octillery
Mantine Mantine Houndour Houndour Larvitar Larvitar Poochyena Poochyena Mightyena Mightyena Wingull Wingull Kirlia Kirlia Shroomish Shroomish
Vigoroth Vigoroth Meditite Meditite Electrike Electrike Swalot Swalot Carvanha Carvanha Sharpedo Sharpedo Grumpig Grumpig Cacturne Cacturne
Baltoy Baltoy Duskull Duskull Snorunt Snorunt Spheal Spheal Staravia Staravia Bibarel Bibarel Kricketune Kricketune Shinx Shinx
Cranidos Cranidos Pachirisu Pachirisu Cherrim Cherrim Glameow Glameow Purugly Purugly Stunky Stunky Bronzor Bronzor Gible Gible
Gabite Gabite Skorupi Skorupi Carnivine Carnivine Lumineon Lumineon Snover Snover Pansage Pansage Pansear Pansear Panpour Panpour
Boldore Boldore Gurdurr Gurdurr Venipede Venipede Scolipede Scolipede Whimsicott Whimsicott Gothorita Gothorita Solosis Solosis Sawsbuck Sawsbuck
Frillish Frillish Joltik Joltik Lampent Lampent Stunfisk Stunfisk Pawniard Pawniard Heatmor Heatmor Chespin Chespin Quilladin Quilladin
Fennekin Fennekin Braixen Braixen Froakie Froakie Frogadier Frogadier Bunnelby Bunnelby Fletchinder Fletchinder Litleo Litleo Floette Floette
Pancham Pancham Espurr Espurr Honedge Honedge Dragalge Dragalge Heliolisk Heliolisk Sliggoo Sliggoo Klefki Klefki Phantump Phantump

Super NPC Pokémon

All NPC opponents in Super Battle challenges will use Pokémon exclusively from this list.

Venusaur Venusaur Charizard Charizard Blastoise Blastoise Raichu Raichu Nidoqueen Nidoqueen Nidoking Nidoking Ninetales Ninetales Vileplume Vileplume
Dugtrio Dugtrio Arcanine Arcanine Poliwrath Poliwrath Alakazam Alakazam Machamp Machamp Victreebel Victreebel Tentacruel Tentacruel Golem Golem
Rapidash Rapidash Slowbro Slowbro Dewgong Dewgong Muk Muk Gengar Gengar Electrode Electrode Exeggutor Exeggutor Marowak Marowak
Weezing Weezing Kangaskhan Kangaskhan Starmie Starmie Mr. Mime Mr. Mime Jynx Jynx Pinsir Pinsir Tauros Tauros Gyarados Gyarados
Lapras Lapras Vaporeon Vaporeon Jolteon Jolteon Flareon Flareon Aerodactyl Aerodactyl Snorlax Snorlax Articuno Articuno Zapdos Zapdos
Moltres Moltres Dragonite Dragonite Meganium Meganium Typhlosion Typhlosion Feraligatr Feraligatr Crobat Crobat Lanturn Lanturn Ampharos Ampharos
Politoed Politoed Quagsire Quagsire Espeon Espeon Umbreon Umbreon Slowking Slowking Forretress Forretress Steelix Steelix Granbull Granbull
Scizor Scizor Shuckle Shuckle Heracross Heracross Ursaring Ursaring Skarmory Skarmory Houndoom Houndoom Kingdra Kingdra Donphan Donphan
Porygon2 Porygon2 Miltank Miltank Blissey Blissey Raikou Raikou Entei Entei Suicune Suicune Tyranitar Tyranitar Sceptile Sceptile
Blaziken Blaziken Swampert Swampert Ludicolo Ludicolo Shiftry Shiftry Gardevoir Gardevoir Breloom Breloom Slaking Slaking Exploud Exploud
Hariyama Hariyama Aggron Aggron Medicham Medicham Manectric Manectric Wailord Wailord Flygon Flygon Altaria Altaria Whiscash Whiscash
Claydol Claydol Cradily Cradily Armaldo Armaldo Milotic Milotic Absol Absol Walrein Walrein Salamence Salamence Metagross Metagross
Regirock Regirock Regice Regice Registeel Registeel Latias Latias Latios Latios Torterra Torterra Infernape Infernape Empoleon Empoleon
Staraptor Staraptor Luxray Luxray Roserade Roserade Rampardos Rampardos Bastiodon Bastiodon Vespiquen Vespiquen Floatzel Floatzel Gastrodon Gastrodon
Ambipom Ambipom Drifblim Drifblim Lopunny Lopunny Mismagius Mismagius Honchkrow Honchkrow Skuntank Skuntank Bronzong Bronzong Spiritomb Spiritomb
Garchomp Garchomp Lucario Lucario Hippowdon Hippowdon Drapion Drapion Toxicroak Toxicroak Abomasnow Abomasnow Weavile Weavile Magnezone Magnezone
Lickilicky Lickilicky Rhyperior Rhyperior Tangrowth Tangrowth Electivire Electivire Magmortar Magmortar Togekiss Togekiss Yanmega Yanmega Leafeon Leafeon
Glaceon Glaceon Gliscor Gliscor Mamoswine Mamoswine Porygon-Z Porygon-Z Gallade Gallade Probopass Probopass Dusknoir Dusknoir Froslass Froslass
Heatran Heatran Regigigas Regigigas Cresselia Cresselia Serperior Serperior Emboar Emboar Samurott Samurott Musharna Musharna Unfezant Unfezant
Zebstrika Zebstrika Gigalith Gigalith Excadrill Excadrill Conkeldurr Conkeldurr Seismitoad Seismitoad Throh Throh Sawk Sawk Lilligant Lilligant
Krookodile Krookodile Darmanitan Darmanitan Scrafty Scrafty Cofagrigus Cofagrigus Carracosta Carracosta Archeops Archeops Zoroark Zoroark Gothitelle Gothitelle
Reuniclus Reuniclus Vanilluxe Vanilluxe Escavalier Escavalier Ferrothorn Ferrothorn Klinklang Klinklang Eelektross Eelektross Chandelure Chandelure Haxorus Haxorus
Beartic Beartic Cryogonal Cryogonal Accelgor Accelgor Mienshao Mienshao Druddigon Druddigon Golurk Golurk Bisharp Bisharp Bouffalant Bouffalant
Braviary Braviary Mandibuzz Mandibuzz Durant Durant Hydreigon Hydreigon Volcarona Volcarona Cobalion Cobalion Terrakion Terrakion Virizion Virizion
Tornadus Tornadus
Incarnate Forme
Thundurus Thundurus
Incarnate Forme
Landorus Landorus
Incarnate Forme
Chesnaught Chesnaught Delphox Delphox Greninja Greninja Talonflame Talonflame Pyroar Pyroar
Florges Florges Gogoat Gogoat Aromatisse Aromatisse Slurpuff Slurpuff Barbaracle Barbaracle Clawitzer Clawitzer Tyrantrum Tyrantrum Aurorus Aurorus
Sylveon Sylveon Hawlucha Hawlucha Carbink Carbink Goodra Goodra Trevenant Trevenant Gourgeist Gourgeist Avalugg Avalugg Noivern Noivern

Banned Pokémon

Regardless of which battle style is chosen, the following Pokémon, along with their respective alternate forms, are not allowed:

Mewtwo Mewtwo Mew Mew Lugia Lugia Ho-Oh Ho-Oh Celebi Celebi Kyogre Kyogre Groudon Groudon Rayquaza Rayquaza
Jirachi Jirachi Deoxys Deoxys Dialga Dialga Palkia Palkia Giratina Giratina Phione Phione Manaphy Manaphy Darkrai Darkrai
Shaymin Shaymin Arceus Arceus Victini Victini Reshiram Reshiram Zekrom Zekrom Kyurem Kyurem Keldeo Keldeo Meloetta Meloetta
Genesect Genesect Xerneas Xerneas Yveltal Yveltal Zygarde Zygarde Diancie Diancie Hoopa Hoopa Volcanion Volcanion Egg Egg

In addition, any Pokémon holding a Soul Dew is banned.

NPC opponents

Main article: List of Battle Maison Trainers

The Trainers faced in the Battle Maison challenges will normally have randomly-selected teams from a Trainer-specific roster of Pokémon. Each Pokémon will have a predetermined effort value and individual value spread, nature, item, and move set; the gender and ability will be random. Often, a Trainer's Pokémon roster is related to their Trainer class.

Battle Chatelaines

Battle Chatelaines are sometimes fought instead of regular Trainers. Unlike regular Trainers who use a set of Pokémon randomly drawn from their roster, Battle Chatelaines have a predetermined team for every battle, although the team order does vary. The Battle Chatelaines also appear in Multi Battles, where they form teams. In Multi Battles, the Battle Chatelaines use two Pokémon from the parties that match the level of challenge. A victory against a Battle Chatelaine on the 50th consecutive battle on any of the Super challenges will reward the player with a commemorative monument in the lobby of the Battle Maison. There are 5 monuments to be won in total, corresponding to each of the Super challenges, with the color matching that worn by the appropriate Battle Chatelaine (purple in the case of Super Multi Battle). After defeating the Chatelaine, the participants are awarded with a Skillful Battler Ribbon or an Expert Battler Ribbon.

Pokémon

Single Battle (on 20th consecutive battle)



Super Single Battle (on 50th consecutive battle)



Double Battle (on 20th consecutive battle)



Super Double Battle (on 50th consecutive battle)



Triple Battle (on 20th consecutive battle)



Super Triple Battle (on 50th consecutive battle)



Rotation Battle (on 20th consecutive battle)



Super Rotation Battle (on 50th consecutive battle)



Multi Battle partners

In the Multi Battle and Super Multi Battle challenges, the player can choose to partner with a friend or with the AI. Unlike the Battle Tower and Battle Subway from previous generations, the AI partners will always use the same two Pokémon (with the same moves, stats, gender and ability) each time the player registers for a challenge. However, the order that they send out their Pokémon appears to be random.

Pokémon X and Y

In Pokémon X and Y, the default AI partners consist of the player's rivals: Shauna, Tierno and Trevor. The player can build on the list of available AI partners by registering Friend Codes to their profile. Each Friend Code will have a team of two selected from the set of Pokémon used by the Battle Maison's NPC opponents.









Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the player is limited to only the default set of AI partners: Brendan/May, Wally, MaxieOR/ArchieAS and Steven. Although the player cannot expand the selection via Friend Codes in this game, the AI partners may use Mega Evolutions, potentially making them more useful than the ones available in Pokémon X and Y.


















Trainers

Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Wally will appear in the lobby to have a rematch with the player after the player achieves 50 consecutive victories. After being defeated for the first time, he will randomly reappear in the lobby, challenging the player with his strongest team. Wally has a very small chance to give the player an Ability Capsule upon being defeated in a rematch.

First rematch



Second rematch onwards



Appearance

Game Lobby Arena
X Battle Maison lobby.png Battle Maison arena.png
Y
Omega Ruby
Alpha Sapphire
 

Trivia

  • A large amount of data from the Battle Maison appears to have been imported from its predecessor, the Battle Subway from Generation V:
    • Many of the Pokémon species (from before Generation VI) in the Battle Maison share the same movesets as their Battle Subway counterparts in the Super challenges. Additionally, none of the fully-evolved species that have been excluded from the Super challenges in the Battle Subway appear those of the Battle Maison.
    • Several Trainers from the Battle Maison in Pokémon X and Y have exactly or very similar quotes to those of similar Trainer Classes in the Battle Subway. A few even have the same name. However, almost all of the quotes and many of the names have been changed in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Maison de Combat
Germany Flag.png German Kampfhaus
Italy Flag.png Italian Villa Lotta
South Korea Flag.png Korean 배틀하우스 Battle House
Spain Flag.png Spanish Mansión Batalla


Kalos
Bug Badge.png Cliff Badge.png Rumble Badge.png Plant Badge.png Voltage Badge.png Fairy Badge.png Psychic Badge.png Iceberg Badge.png
Settlements
Vaniville TownAquacorde Town‎Santalune CityLumiose CityCamphrier TownCyllage City
Ambrette TownGeosenge TownShalour CityCoumarine CityLaverre CityDendemille TownAnistar City
Couriway TownSnowbelle CityPokémon LeagueKiloude City‎
Routes
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Landmarks
Santalune ForestChamber of EmptinessParfum PalaceBattle ChateauBerry fieldsConnecting CaveGlittering CaveReflection Cave
Tower of MasteryAzure BaySea Spirit's DenKalos Power PlantPoké Ball FactoryLost HotelFrost CavernLysandre Labs
Team Flare Secret HQTerminus CavePokémon VillageVictory RoadBattle MaisonFriend SafariUnknown Dungeon


Hoenn
Stone Badge.png Knuckle Badge.png Dynamo Badge.png Heat Badge.png Balance Badge.png Feather Badge.png Mind Badge.png Rain Badge.png
Settlements
Littleroot TownOldale TownPetalburg CityRustboro CityDewford TownSlateport CityMauville CityVerdanturf Town
Fallarbor TownLavaridge TownFortree CityLilycove CityMossdeep CitySootopolis CityPacifidlog TownEver Grande City
Battle FrontierBattle Resort
Routes
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Landmarks
Petalburg WoodsRusturf TunnelIsland CaveGranite CaveAbandoned ShipSea MauvilleOceanic Museum
Seaside Cycling RoadTrick HouseMauville Game CornerNew MauvilleTrainer HillDesert RuinsMirage TowerFiery Path
Jagged PassMt. ChimneyDesert UnderpassMeteor FallsWeather InstituteScorched SlabAncient TombSafari ZoneMt. Pyre
Lilycove MuseumShoal CaveTeam Aqua HideoutTeam Magma HideoutMossdeep Space CenterSeafloor CavernCave of Origin
Mirage IslandSky PillarVictory RoadSealed ChamberArtisan CaveAltering CaveSouthern IslandMarine CaveTerra Cave
Contest HallBattle MaisonBattle TowerBattle TentSecret IsletSecret MeadowSecret Shore
Mirage spots

Mirage CavesMirage ForestsMirage IslandsMirage Mountains
Crescent IsleFabled CaveGnarled DenNameless CavernPathless PlainTrackless Forest

Access to
Birth IslandFaraway IslandNavel RockSky

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