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==Stages==
 
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! style="background:#{{rock color light}}" | Base
! style="background:#{{grey color light}}" | {{tt|Bonus|per move remaining}}
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{{ShufflePoké|651|041|Zubat|Poison||||||3-Pokémon stage<br>Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
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{{ShufflePoké|651|041|Zubat|Poison|10500|8|10%|5%|8|3-Pokémon stage<br>Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
{{ShufflePoké|652|536|Palpitoad|Water||||||Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
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{{ShufflePoké|652|536|Palpitoad|Water|14000|14|8%|4%|13|Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
{{ShufflePoké|653|697|Tyrantrum|Rock||||||Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
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{{ShufflePoké|653|697|Tyrantrum|Rock|23870|12|10%|5%|12|Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
{{ShufflePoké|654|252|Treecko|Grass|13,230|10|8%|4%|10|Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
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{{ShufflePoké|654|252|Treecko|Grass|9100|10|6%|5%|10|Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
{{ShufflePoké|655|095|Onix|Rock|8,820|9|7%|7%|9|Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
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{{ShufflePoké|655|095|Onix|Rock|20781|16|8%|4%|16|Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
{{ShufflePoké|656|253|Grovyle|Grass|12,800|12|6%|4%|12|3-Pokémon stage<br>Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
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{{ShufflePoké|656|253|Grovyle|Grass|13650|8|7%|5%|8|3-Pokémon stage<br>Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
{{ShufflePoké|657|537|Seismitoad|Water|15,435|10|12%|7%|10|Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
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{{ShufflePoké|657|537|Seismitoad|Water|35910|22|12%|4%|22|Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
{{ShufflePoké|658|351H|Castform|Ice|35,035|8|13%|6%|8|}}
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{{ShufflePoké|658|351H|Castform|Ice|7840|13|7%|3%|13|}}
{{ShufflePoké|659|042|Golbat|Poison|8,940|12|6%|7%|12|Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
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{{ShufflePoké|659|042|Golbat|Poison|9240|9|5%|8%|9|Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
{{ShufflePoké|660|395|Empoleon|Water|15,960|8|7%|8%|8|}}
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{{ShufflePoké|660|395|Empoleon|Water|27720|16|8%|7%|16|}}
{{ShufflePoké|661|027|Sandshrew|Ground|14,280|12|5%|8%|12|3-Pokémon stage}}
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{{ShufflePoké|661|027|Sandshrew|Ground|44358|10|7%|5%|10|3-Pokémon stage}}
{{ShufflePoké|662|498|Tepig|Fire|14,490|15|5%|7%|15|}}
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{{ShufflePoké|662|498|Tepig|Fire|11970|12|8%|5%|12|}}
{{ShufflePoké|663|208|Steelix|Steel|15,876|10|8%|7%|10|Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
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{{ShufflePoké|663|208|Steelix|Steel|26880|17|8%|6%|17|Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
{{ShufflePoké|664|351R|Castform|Water|13,650|8|12%|4%|8|}}
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{{ShufflePoké|664|351R|Castform|Water|5880|12|10%|9%|12|}}
{{ShufflePoké|665|499|Pignite|Fire|13,860|18|9%|4%|18|}}
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{{ShufflePoké|665|499|Pignite|Fire|19320|15|8%|6%|15|}}
{{ShufflePoké|666|096|Drowzee|Psychic|20,900|9|7%|7%|9|3-Pokémon stage}}
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{{ShufflePoké|666|096|Drowzee|Psychic|39930|10|9%|4%|10|3-Pokémon stage}}
{{ShufflePoké|667|169|Crobat|Poison|21,735|15|10%|3%|15|Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
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{{ShufflePoké|667|169|Crobat|Poison|25585|15|8%|8%|15|Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.}}
{{ShufflePoké|668|028|Sandslash|Ground|35,280|18|9%|3%|18|}}
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{{ShufflePoké|668|028|Sandslash|Ground|11376|8|12%|6%|8|}}
{{ShufflePoké|669|097|Hypno|Psychic|8,400|7|10%|5%|7|}}
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{{ShufflePoké|669|097|Hypno|Psychic|15680|10|7%|6%|10|}}
{{ShufflePoké|670|716S|Xerneas|Fairy|26,880|13|N/A|N/A|13|Shiny<br>1 {{DL|Pokémon Shuffle|Enhancements|Raise Max Level}} awarded after clearing the stage for the first time.<br>If the player already owns the Abomasite, they receive 1 Level Up instead.}}
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{{ShufflePoké|670|716S|Xerneas|Fairy|26950|25|9%|3%|25|Shiny<br>1 {{DL|Pokémon Shuffle|Enhancements|Raise Max Level}} awarded after clearing the stage for the first time.<br>If the player already owns the Abomasite, they receive 1 Level Up instead.}}
   
 
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Revision as of 16:22, 11 January 2018

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Marron Trail (Japanese: ブルーノトレイル Bruno Trail) is the 23rd area in Pokémon Shuffle, consisting of twenty stages. It follows Zaffiro Coast and is currently the final area available. Maroon Trail first became playable on December 11, 2017, with stages through 670 (Shiny Xerneas).

It shares its overworld design and music with Pedra Valley. Stages appear in silhouette form in groups of five.

Stages

Stage Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
651 Zubat Zubat Poison 10500 8 10% 5% 8 3-Pokémon stage
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
652 Palpitoad Palpitoad Water 14000 14 8% 4% 13 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
653 Tyrantrum Tyrantrum Rock 23870 12 10% 5% 12 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
654 Treecko Treecko Grass 9100 10 6% 5% 10 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
655 Onix Onix Rock 20781 16 8% 4% 16 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
656 Grovyle Grovyle Grass 13650 8 7% 5% 8 3-Pokémon stage
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
657 Seismitoad Seismitoad Water 35910 22 12% 4% 22 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
658 Castform Castform Ice 7840 13 7% 3% 13
659 Golbat Golbat Poison 9240 9 5% 8% 9 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
660 Empoleon Empoleon Water 27720 16 8% 7% 16
661 Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground 44358 10 7% 5% 10 3-Pokémon stage
662 Tepig Tepig Fire 11970 12 8% 5% 12
663 Steelix Steelix Steel 26880 17 8% 6% 17 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
664 Castform Castform Water 5880 12 10% 9% 12
665 Pignite Pignite Fire 19320 15 8% 6% 15
666 Drowzee Drowzee Psychic 39930 10 9% 4% 10 3-Pokémon stage
667 Crobat Crobat Poison 25585 15 8% 8% 15 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
668 Sandslash Sandslash Ground 11376 8 12% 6% 8
669 Hypno Hypno Psychic 15680 10 7% 6% 10
670 Xerneas Xerneas Fairy 26950 25 9% 3% 25 Shiny
1 Raise Max Level awarded after clearing the stage for the first time.
If the player already owns the Abomasite, they receive 1 Level Up instead.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese ブルーノトレイル Bruno Trail From bruno, Italian for dark brown
English Marron Trail From marron, French for brown
German Bronzepfad From Bronze and Pfad (path)


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 Commemorative EventCompetitive StageDaily Pokémon
Escalation BattleAn Evolving Challenge!Great Challenge
High-Speed ChallengeSpecial ChallengeUltra Challenge
One Chance a Day!Pokémon SafariMeowth's Coin Mania
Skill Booster M Stage!Tons of Exp. PointsTry 'Em Items Stage
Survival Mode Survival Mode


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