Castle Noapte

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Mt. Vinter
Castle Noapte
Jungle Verde
Castle Noapte in the 3DS version

Castle Noapte (Japanese: ノアプテキャッスル Noapte Castle) is the 10th area in Pokémon Shuffle, consisting of 15 stages. It follows Mt. Vinter and precedes Jungle Verde.

The area is based on a castle, with sets of armor, a pendulum clock, and shelves of books. A metal fence on the southern edge of the area is covered with spider webs.

Updates

Main article: Pokémon Shuffle/Version history
Changes 3DS ver. Mobile ver.
Initial launch. 1.0.0
(Feb 18, 2015)
1.0.0
(Aug 24, 2015)
Decreased the HP of certain stages:
  • 135 (Mega Gengar): 8,090 -> 5,663 HP
1.3.16
(Jul 26, 2016)
1.7.4
(Jul 26, 2016)
Added UX stages 1.5.7
(Feb 13, 2018)
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Stages

Stage Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Main UX Base Bonus
121 Haunter Haunter Ghost 5,082 (3DS)
5,590 (Mobile)
15,246 (3DS)
16,770 (Mobile)
16 10% 6% (3DS)
5% (Mobile)
16
122 Lampent Lampent Ghost 4,561 13,683 15 25% (3DS)
8% (Mobile)
5% (3DS)
3% (Mobile)
15
123 Flareon Flareon Fire 1,779 5,337 7 5% 14% (3DS)
7% (Mobile)
7
124 Swalot Swalot Poison 4,088 12,264 15 50% (3DS)
30% (Mobile)
4% 15
125 Gengar Gengar Ghost 6,516 (3DS)
7,819 (Mobile)
19,548 (3DS)
23,457 (Mobile)
15 30% 2% 15
126 Persian Persian Normal 3,230 9,690 15 5% 7% 15
127 Lilligant Lilligant Grass 1,535 4,605 5 70% (3DS)
13% (Mobile)
6% (3DS)
10% (Mobile)
5 3-Pokémon stage
128 Froslass Froslass Ice 921 2,763 3 50% (3DS)
23% (Mobile)
17% (3DS)
16% (Mobile)
3
129 Zoroark Zoroark Dark 4,795 (3DS)
5,274 (Mobile)
14,385 (3DS)
15,822 (Mobile)
15 16% 2% 15
130 Ampharos Ampharos Electric 15,550 46,650 50 30% 2% 50 (3DS)
45 (Mobile)
131 Mismagius Mismagius Ghost 5,009 15,027 16 50% (3DS)
17% (Mobile)
4% 16
132 Slowking Slowking Psychic 4,200 (3DS)
5,460 (Mobile)
12,600 (3DS)
16,380 (Mobile)
15 2% 7% (3DS)
5% (Mobile)
15
133 Bronzong Bronzong Steel 5,500 (3DS)
6,050 (Mobile)
16,500 (3DS)
18,150 (Mobile)
15 10% (3DS)
16% (Mobile)
6% (3DS)
4% (Mobile)
15
134 Chandelure Chandelure Ghost 2,149 6,447 7 50% (3DS)
15% (Mobile)
8% 7
135 Gengar Mega Gengar Ghost 5,663 16,989 20 N/A N/A 20
  • Changed from 8,090 HP in 3DS update 1.3.16 and Mobile update 1.7.4.
  • First clear bonus (3DS): Gengarite Shuffle.png Gengarite and Jewel Shuffle.png Jewel ×1.
  • First clear bonus (Mobile): Gengarite Shuffle.png Gengarite and Heart Shuffle.png Hearts ×5.
  • First clear bonus (UX stage): Level Up.png Level Up ×1.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese ノアプテキャッスル Noapte Castle From noapte (Romanian for night) and castle
English Castle Noapte Same as Japanese name
French Château Noapte Same as Japanese name
German Finsterschloss From finster (dark, gloomy) and Schloss (castle)
Italian Castel Noapte Same as Japanese name
Korean 노압테 캐슬 Noapte Castle Same as Japanese name
Spanish Castillo Nox From castillo (castle) and nox (Latin for night)


Main stages Puerto BlancoSandy BazaarNight FestivalIsla AsulRainbow Park
Galerie RougeSweet StrasseSilbern MuseumMt. VinterCastle Noapte
Jungle VerdeWacky WorkshopPedra ValleyAlbens TownRoseus Center
Desert UmbraVioleta PalaceBlau SalonGraucus HallNacht Carnival
Prasino WoodsZaffiro CoastMarron Trail
Expert Stages Expert Stages
Special stages Daily (Daily PokémonOne Chance a Day!)
Challenge (Great ChallengeUltra ChallengeUB ChallengeHigh-Speed ChallengeSpecial Challenge)
Resource event (Meowth's Coin ManiaSkill Booster M Stage!Tons of Exp. Points)
Competitive StageEscalation battlePokémon Safari
Retired special stages An Evolving Challenge!Commemorative EventScore ChallengeTry 'Em Items Stage
Survival Mode Survival Mode
24-week event cycle 123456789101112
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