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Single Battle is where the player can go to face off against a CPU opponent. It is located in the northeastern portion of the Ferrum Region.
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Single Battle is where one player can go to face off against a CPU opponent. It is located in the northeastern portion of the Ferrum Region.
   
 
The player can chose to do either "Basic Battle", which is a battle that follows the rules set up, or "Extra Battle", which includes special boosts into the fight. The player sets the rules and chooses the battling and support Pokémon for both themselves and their opponent before starting the battle.
 
The player can chose to do either "Basic Battle", which is a battle that follows the rules set up, or "Extra Battle", which includes special boosts into the fight. The player sets the rules and chooses the battling and support Pokémon for both themselves and their opponent before starting the battle.
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The Ferrum League is where battles in the Ferrum Region go to test their skills. It is located in the north of the Ferrum Region. The league is single player only.
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In order to progress in the Ferrum League, the player has to battle several challengers. Upon beating a group of them, the player's rank will increase based on how well they did. The Ferrum League is split into several smaller leagues and the player starts at the bottom. If the player manages to defeat enough challengers to make at least rank 8, they will be able to partake in the tournament. Completing the tournament will allow the player to face against the league master. The player can also do Free Battles in the league, which pits them against a random opponent within the league, but won't affect the player's rank.
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==Local Battle==
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Local Battle is where two players go to face off against each other. In order to do so, one player (Player One) uses the [[Wii U]]'s Gamepad and the other player (Player Two) uses a secondary controller, such as a Wii U Pro controller. Player One battles using the controls and screen on the Wii U Gamepad, whereas the second player uses their controller and the television screen. The mode is located to the east in the Ferrum Region.
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After setting the rules, both players chose from the available battling Pokémon, followed by a set of Support Pokémon, and then the arena. The battle will begin once both players are ready to fight.
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Online Battle is a mode located in the south of the Ferrum Region. As the name suggests, the mode allows the player to fight a random opponent or a friend online. Players can partake in either a "Rank Match" or a "Friendly Match". Rank Match has two players battle to increase their online ranking, whereas Friendly Match is meant for players who only want to battle without worrying about their rank. Friends can also only be battled in Friendly Match.
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Ferrum フェルム地方
Ferrum region
The Ferrum region
Introduction Pokkén Tournament
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Ferrum (Japanese: フェルム地方 Ferrum-chihō) is the name of the region that serves as the setting for Pokkén Tournament. The main region is split between six selectable sections: My Town, Practice, Single Battle, the Ferrum League, Local Battle, and Online Battle.

My Town

Main article: My Town

My Town is where the player can go to adjust their game settings, Pokémon, character profile, Nia's settings, as well as view their Battle Records. It is located in the center of the Ferrum Region and appears to be based in Old Ferrum Town.

Practice

Practice is a mode where Nia teaches the player about the aspects of Pokkén Tournament. It is located in the southeastern portion of the Ferrum Region. There are four main lessons of Practice to chose from:

  • "Tutorial" teaches the player about the basics of battle, the Attack Triangle, and several other techniques.
  • "Free Training" allows the player to set the battle rules to their liking and face off against a CPU Pokémon, which can be told what to do and how to react by a pause menu.
  • "Action Dojo" goes over the different moves for each of the Pokémon. The moves Nia talks about will be based on the Pokémon selected.
  • "Combo Dojo" goes over the different combos the player's Pokémon can perform. The moves Nia talks about will be based on the Pokémon selected.

Single Battle

Single Battle is where one player can go to face off against a CPU opponent. It is located in the northeastern portion of the Ferrum Region.

The player can chose to do either "Basic Battle", which is a battle that follows the rules set up, or "Extra Battle", which includes special boosts into the fight. The player sets the rules and chooses the battling and support Pokémon for both themselves and their opponent before starting the battle.

Ferrum League

Main article: Ferrum League

The Ferrum League is where battles in the Ferrum Region go to test their skills. It is located in the north of the Ferrum Region. The league is single player only.

In order to progress in the Ferrum League, the player has to battle several challengers. Upon beating a group of them, the player's rank will increase based on how well they did. The Ferrum League is split into several smaller leagues and the player starts at the bottom. If the player manages to defeat enough challengers to make at least rank 8, they will be able to partake in the tournament. Completing the tournament will allow the player to face against the league master. The player can also do Free Battles in the league, which pits them against a random opponent within the league, but won't affect the player's rank.

Local Battle

Local Battle is where two players go to face off against each other. In order to do so, one player (Player One) uses the Wii U's Gamepad and the other player (Player Two) uses a secondary controller, such as a Wii U Pro controller. Player One battles using the controls and screen on the Wii U Gamepad, whereas the second player uses their controller and the television screen. The mode is located to the east in the Ferrum Region.

After setting the rules, both players chose from the available battling Pokémon, followed by a set of Support Pokémon, and then the arena. The battle will begin once both players are ready to fight.

Online Battle

Online Battle is a mode located in the south of the Ferrum Region. As the name suggests, the mode allows the player to fight a random opponent or a friend online. Players can partake in either a "Rank Match" or a "Friendly Match". Rank Match has two players battle to increase their online ranking, whereas Friendly Match is meant for players who only want to battle without worrying about their rank. Friends can also only be battled in Friendly Match.

When searching for an opponent, the player may face off against a CPU opponent while the game is searching.

Arenas

There are various arenas that battles in the Ferrum Region take place on. Some are available from the start of the game to use in the single player training or multiplayer modes, whereas others must be unlocked by meeting certain conditions.

Location Japanese name Description Unlock conditions
Ferrum Stadium フェルムスタジアム
Ferrum Stadium
A stadium where the final match of the Ferrum Battle is held. Located near a sacred lake in the forest, this arena is always filled with enthusiastic spectators. Initial
Neos City ネオスシティ
Neos City
The largest city in the Ferrum Region. Its infrastructure has been designed to facilitate the coexistence between Pokémon and humans. Initial
Old Ferrum Town フェルム旧市街
Old Ferrum Town
A historic old town, known as the "City of Water," with a nostalgic atmosphere. It features many famous landmarks, such as a large park, an arched gate, and a clock tower. Initial
Tellur Town テルルタウン
Tellur Town
A town in a lush, green valley in the mountains. Ferrum Battles have long been held in the town's plaza. Initial
Phos Volcano フォス火山
Phos Volcano
An arena located in a cave inside a giant volcano. In addition to deposits of rare ores, it also contains the ruins of an ancient civilization. Initial
Diggersby Land A tourist facility with the Digging Pokémon Diggersby as its theme. It is made up of three areas: Futuristic, Classic, and Fantasy. Initial
Tellur Town (Autumn) A quaint, nature-abundant mountain village painted in rich fall colors. Here you can find Deerling and Sawsbuck in their Autumn Form. Initial
Ferrum Dojo The venerable Ferrum Dojo, host to daily training and official tournaments alike. Holy ground to Battle Pokémon and trainers seeking to improve themselves. Initial
Training Gym A specialty gym for Ferrum Battles, with training programs for speed, power, and more to match your Pokémon's battle style. Initial
Speed Training Gym A specialty gym for Ferrum Battles, with training programs for speed, power, and more to match your Pokémon's battle style. Initial (variant of Training Gym)
Power Training Gym A specialty gym for Ferrum Battles, with training programs for speed, power, and more to match your Pokémon's battle style. Initial (Variant of Training Gym)
Old Ferrum Town (Winter) A historic old town now blanketed in soft, white snow. Its winter scenery and yearly snow-sculpture contest attract many visitors. Complete the Green Ferrum League
Haunted House お化け屋敷
Haunted House
An abandoned, old mansion. Ghost-type Pokémon like this place so much that they have made it their home. Complete the Green Ferrum League
Mystery Carnival A strange, long-forgotten mansion. There appears to be a festival being held even though there aren't any people. The objects here seem to be staring back... Complete the Blue Ferrum League
Neos City (Night) The largest city in the Ferrum Region. At night it gives off a more sophistocated atmosphere. The rain puddles on the road reflect the endlessly shining neon signs. Complete the Blue Ferrum League
Regi Ruins レジ遺跡
Regi Ruins
Ancient ruins in a desert. Wall paintings and numerous Unown letters have been found here, making it an extremely important location for historical research.
Blue Dome ブルードーム
Blue Dome
The ruins of an ancient city said to have sunk to the bottom of the sea long ago. It is now housed in an underwater dome and serves as a battle arena.
Magikarp Festival A hook-and-line Magikarp fishing boat with a great catch sailing under the cloudless skies. Hariyama stands out on the bow waving a flag to celebrate the bountiful catch. Complete the Blue Ferrum League
Dragon's Nest A solemn arena marked by a statue of the legendary Pokémon of the skies, Rayquaza. Sitting at the top of a treacherous mountain peak, the arena is known to exist by few.
Dark Colosseum A mysterious subspace rift created by Shadow Mewtwo's power. It is a cold, inorganic place with Shadow Synergy Stone shards visible in the background.
Dark Colosseum (Final) A mysterious subspace rift created by Shadow Mewtwo's power. The ominous force of the Shadow Synergy Stone sits heavy in the air.
Selen Island N/A
Techne City N/A

Names

Language Name Name Origin
Japanese フェルム Ferrum From ferrum, Latin for iron. May also be a reference to Tekken, which means "iron fist" in Japanese.
English Ferrum Same as Japanese name


Regions in the Pokémon world
Core series Kanto (Sevii Islands) • JohtoHoenn
SinnohUnovaKalosAlolaGalar
Side series Orre
Anime Orange ArchipelagoDecolore Islands
Spin-off games FioreAlmiaObliviaPokémon Island
Mintale TownRyme CityRanseiFerrum
Mystery Dungeon worldPokéParkTCG Islands
Carmonte IslandTumblecube Island
TCG Southern IslandsHolon
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Lucario KingdomMirage KingdomRota

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