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Pokémon Rumble Blast Areas

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Areas are locations found in Pokémon Rumble Blast where the player may battle and befriend Toy Pokémon. Each Area is home to various types of Pokémon that could live in that environment.

Meadow

Meadows are Areas that are typically inhabited by many Normal-type Pokémon, but can have many different types. Players can rarely find Latios or Latias inside Meadows after beating the game. Meadows resemble the Windy Prairie.

Fields that have Meadows

Forest

Forests are Areas that are typically inhabited by Grass and Bug-type Pokémon. Players can rarely find Virizion inside Forests after beating the game. Forests resemble the Silent Forest.

Fields that have Forests

Beach

Beaches are Areas that are typically inhabited by Water-type Pokémon. Players can rarely find Lugia or Kyogre inside Beaches after beating the game. Beaches resemble the Bright Beach.

Fields that have Beaches

Cave

Caves are Areas that are typically inhabited by a wide variety of Pokémon such as Rock types, Fire types, Poison types, and so on. Players can rarely find Dialga, Reshiram, or Zekrom inside Caves after beating the game, as well as Cobalion after defeating Terrakion and Virizion. Caves resemble the Rocky Cave.

Fields that have Caves

Tower

Towers are Areas that are typically inhabited by Psychic and Dark-type Pokémon. They usually consist of multiple twists and turns which gives more exploring space than the one path to the catapult. Players can rarely find Rayquaza inside Towers after beating the game, as well as Arceus after they have completed the Team Battle EX-6.

Fields that have Towers

Treetops

Treetops are Areas that are typically inhabited by Bug-type Pokémon. They usually have multiple dead-ends and balconies. Players can rarely find Cresselia inside Treetops after beating the game.

Fields that have Treetops

Lake

Lakes are Areas that are typically inhabited by Water-type Pokémon. Players can rarely find Palkia inside Lakes after beating the game.

Fields that have Lakes

Hauntyard

Hauntyards are Areas that are typically inhabited by Ghost and Dark-type Pokémon. They usually have a layout of room after room, rarely having twists and turns. Players can rarely find both forms of Giratina, or Darkrai inside Hauntyards after beating the game.

Fields that have Hauntyards

Desert

Deserts are Areas that are typically inhabited by Ground-type Pokémon. They usually have rooms with massive empty spaces. Players can rarely find Regigigas inside Deserts after beating the game.

Fields that have Deserts

Canyon

Canyons are Areas that are typically inhabited by Fighting and Rock-type Pokémon. They usually have narrow passages and small rooms, just like glaciers. Players can rarely find Terrakion inside Canyons after beating the game.

Fields that have Canyons

Lava

Lavas are Areas that are typically inhabited by Fire-type Pokémon. Players can rarely find Groudon, or Heatran inside Lavas after beating the game.

Fields that have Lavas

Autumnwood

Autumnwoods are Areas that are typically inhabited by Grass-type Pokémon. Players can rarely encounter either Tornadus or Thundurus, depending on the Autumnwood they are currently in, before he disappears. After encountering one of them three times, the player may challenge the Area's respective Force of Nature, and after both have been defeated, they will be able to find Landorus. Ho-Oh can also be found in these Areas.

Fields that have Autumnwoods

Glacier

Glaciers are Areas that are typically inhabited by Ice-type Pokémon. Players can rarely encounter Kyurem inside Glaciers.

Fields that have Glaciers

Factory

Factories are Areas that are typically inhabited by Steel and Electric-type Pokémon. The layout is usually consisted of connected square-edged rooms. They resemble the Fiery Furnace, but the bottom consists of machine parts instead of magma. Players can rarely encounter one of the Deoxys forms inside Factories, as well as Mewtwo after they have completed the Battle Royale EX-6.

Fields that have Factories

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