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After freeing each Grand Master, they sit in the Main Hall and challenge the player in a {{OBP|duel|GB}}. When all of them are reunited, the first Grand Master Cup is held: the player battles all four of the Grand Masters in the Grand Masters' Arena, one after the other. After they have all been defeated, [[Rod]] gives the player a copy of [[Legendary Cards]]. The Grand Master Cup can be repeated until the player has defeated [[King Biruritchi]] and Rod rewards the player with a copy of the Legendary Cards each time.
 
After freeing each Grand Master, they sit in the Main Hall and challenge the player in a {{OBP|duel|GB}}. When all of them are reunited, the first Grand Master Cup is held: the player battles all four of the Grand Masters in the Grand Masters' Arena, one after the other. After they have all been defeated, [[Rod]] gives the player a copy of [[Legendary Cards]]. The Grand Master Cup can be repeated until the player has defeated [[King Biruritchi]] and Rod rewards the player with a copy of the Legendary Cards each time.
   
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After King Biruritchi was defeated, the Grand Master Cup is not repeatable anymore as described above. Instead it is unlocked only if the player wins ten [[Duel (GB)#Against another player|Link duels]]. After a Grand Master Cup has been completed, a new one unlocks only after another ten Link duels.
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If the player manages to defeat Rod, four random {{GB|2|Promotion Card}} are shown, and the player are allowed to keep two of them. Any
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Promotion Card in the game is a possible reward except for {{TCG ID|Vending|Bill's PC|S3}}.
   
 
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Revision as of 14:23, 21 January 2020

The Pokémon Dome (Japanese: ポケモン ドーム Pokémon Dome) is an arena found exclusively in the Pokémon Trading Card Game and Pokémon Card GB 2. It is home to the Grand Masters, who must be defeated before the player can become champion.

In Pokémon Trading Card Game

Lobby

The entrance of the Dome is accessible to all players whether or not they have acquired all eight of the Master Medals. It is a small wide room with red carpet, a PC, and six bookcases. Four of the bookcases contain information regarding the Legendary Cards, while the other two contain information about the Grand Masters, and the eight Master Medals.

Main Hall

After the player receives eight Master Medals from the Club Masters, they are granted access to this room. The main room of the Dome is the arena, which consists of the same red carpet as the previous room, but more notably, a large blue stage with a table in the middle. This is where the player battles all four of the Grand Masters, one after the other. After they have all been defeated, Ronald appears to challenge the player.

Hall of Honor

After the player defeats all of the Grand Masters and Ronald, the player is given access to the Hall of Honor, containing the Legendary Cards. The room is moderately sized and contains a floor with a golden finish. In the middle of the room is a device which protects the Legendary Cards. The player gets one of each card the first time they arrive here, but only one chosen at random the next time they defeat the Grand Masters. After receiving the Legendary Cards, the player's deck gets entered into a computer and saved, similar to the Pokémon core series and their Hall of Fame. The player also gets access to the Legendary Auto Deck Machine.

In Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!

Pokémon Dome Lobby and Main Hall are accessible from the beginning of the game, but noone of the Grand Masters are present. In the Lobby, four of the bookcases contain information regarding the Legendary Cards, while the other two contain information about the Grand Masters, and the twentyfour Coin. GR-5 appears in the Main Hall to prevent the player from entering the final door on the other side of the room.

After the player has earned the access to the GR Island, GR-5 leaves the Pokémon Dome, but still can't access the Grand Masters' Arena.

After freeing each Grand Master, they sit in the Main Hall and challenge the player in a duel. When all of them are reunited, the first Grand Master Cup is held: the player battles all four of the Grand Masters in the Grand Masters' Arena, one after the other. After they have all been defeated, Rod gives the player a copy of Legendary Cards. The Grand Master Cup can be repeated until the player has defeated King Biruritchi and Rod rewards the player with a copy of the Legendary Cards each time.

After King Biruritchi was defeated, the Grand Master Cup is not repeatable anymore as described above. Instead it is unlocked only if the player wins ten Link duels. After a Grand Master Cup has been completed, a new one unlocks only after another ten Link duels. If the player manages to defeat Rod, four random Promotion Card are shown, and the player are allowed to keep two of them. Any Promotion Card in the game is a possible reward except for Bill's PC.

Layout

Game Lobby Main Hall Hall of Honor Arena
TCG TCG GB Dome Lobby.png TCG GB Dome Main.png TCG GB Dome Legendary.png
GB2 TCG GB2 Dome Lobby.png TCG GB2 Dome Main.png TCG GB2 Dome Arena.png
 

In other languages

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ポケモン ドーム Pokémon Dome
France Flag.png French Dome Pokémon
Germany Flag.png German Pokémon-Dome
Italy Flag.png Italian Mole Pokémon
Spain Flag.png Spanish Panteón Pokémon


TCG Islands
Grass Medal Science Medal Fire Medal Water Medal Lightning Medal Psychic Medal Rock Medal Fighting Medal
TCG Island
Clubs
Fighting ClubFire ClubGrass ClubLightning Club
Psychic ClubRock ClubScience ClubWater Club
Other locations
AirportChallenge HallMason LaboratoryIshihara's HousePokémon Dome
GR Island
GR Bases
GR Grass FortGR Lightning FortGR Fire FortGR Water Fort
GR Fighting FortGR Psychic StrongholdColorless AltarGR Castle
Other locations
AirportChallenge HallGame CenterMr. Ishihara's VillaSealed Fort

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