Appendix:Sun and Moon walkthrough/Section 32

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Poni Coast

Poni Coast

Poni Coast is a barren, rocky area on the northeast side of Poni Island. The boulder-strewn shoreline runs from Poni Plains in the south to Poni Gauntlet in the north.


Poni Gauntlet

Poni Gauntlet

Poni Gauntlet is a lush field that encompasses the north side of the island. Wooden bridges are used to cross the several small waterfalls that stream out into the ocean. Some of the strongest Trainers in Alola have gathered here.


Meet Up with Mina

Mina can be found near the entrance when you first arrive. She says she has just completed a hundred sketches and is taking a break. Having defeated all of the other Trainers in the area, the captain is bored and has nothing else to do. She challenges you to beat all of the Trainers in the area as she did, if you want to challenge her again. Defeating all of the Trainers and Mina herself earns you a Bottle Cap.




Battle Tree

Battle Tree

The Battle Tree stands on the north side of Poni Island, west of Poni Gauntlet. These sacred grounds are where Alola's strongest Trainers gather to test their skill. The facility is run by the Battle Legends, two well-known Trainers from a distant region.


The Stuff of Legend

When you first visit the Battle Tree, you are approached by two young men. One of the men introduces himself as Blue, and the other as Red, both Champions from the far-off Kanto region. As a fellow Champion, they expect that you could give them a great battle, and give you the choice of which you would like to fight.

Afterward, Blue explains that they were called here to run the facility, and the two eagerly await your challenge.

VS Red




VS Blue




Challenges

Challengers compete to see how many Trainers they can defeat in a row. Losing one battle will reset the challenger's win streak to zero. Each time a challenger defeats a Trainer, Battle Points, or BP, will be awarded. The longer the win streak, the more BP will be received. There are three formats a challenger can choose: Single Battle, Double Battle, or Multi Battle. The challenger needs three Pokémon for Single Battles, four for Double Battles, and for Multi Battles, two per Trainer. Lastly, challengers cannot use more than one of the same Pokémon or item.

There are two courses for each format: Normal Course and Super Course. A Normal Course challenge consists of 20 battles, the last of which will be against a Battle Legend. Upon successfully completing a Normal Course, the Super Course for the respective format will be unlocked, in which the challenger may rebattle the same Battle Legend on the 50th battle. Unlike the Normal Course, the Super Course is indefinite and ends only when the challenger loses a battle.

IV Judge

A male Ace Trainer can be found next to the PC. If you have hatched at least 21 Eggs, he will update your PC with a feature that allows you to view the innate IVs of each Pokémon.

Exchange Service Corner

The area includes three Exchange Service Corners, where various items can be purchased with Battle Points earned in the Battle Tree.

Left attendant
King's Rock King's Rock
32BP
Deep Sea Tooth Deep Sea Tooth
32BP
Deep Sea Scale Deep Sea Scale
32BP
Dragon Scale Dragon Scale
32BP
Up-Grade Up-Grade
32BP
Dubious Disc Dubious Disc
32BP
Protector Protector
32BP
Electirizer Electirizer
32BP
Magmarizer Magmarizer
32BP
Reaper Cloth Reaper Cloth
32BP
Whipped Dream Whipped Dream
32BP
Sachet Sachet
32BP
Middle attendant
Toxic Orb Toxic Orb
16BP
Flame Orb Flame Orb
16BP
Iron Ball Iron Ball
16BP
Ring Target Ring Target
16BP
White Herb White Herb
24BP
Mental Herb Mental Herb
24BP
Power Herb Power Herb
24BP
Focus Sash Focus Sash
32BP
Air Balloon Air Balloon
32BP
Red Card Red Card
32BP
Eject Button Eject Button
32BP
Weakness Policy Weakness Policy
32BP
Choice Band Choice Band
48BP
Choice Specs Choice Specs
48BP
Choice Scarf Choice Scarf
48BP
Life Orb Life Orb
48BP
Rocky Helmet Rocky Helmet
48BP
Assault Vest Assault Vest
48BP
Safety Goggles Safety Goggles
48BP
Terrain Extender Terrain Extender
48BP
Protective Pads Protective Pads
48BP
Right attendant
Gengarite Gengarite
64BP
Scizorite Scizorite
64BP
Pinsirite Pinsirite
64BP
Aerodactylite Aerodactylite
64BP
Lucarionite Lucarionite
64BP
Kangaskhanite Kangaskhanite
64BP
Gyaradosite Gyaradosite
64BP
Absolite Absolite
64BP
Alakazite Alakazite
64BP
Garchompite Garchompite
64BP
Sablenite Sablenite
64BP
Metagrossite Metagrossite
64BP
Sharpedonite Sharpedonite
64BP
Slowbronite Slowbronite
64BP
Glalitite Glalitite
64BP
Salamencite Salamencite
64BP


The Pokémon League

Now that they have been defeated once, the Elite Four have altered their teams to make for more of a challenge. Use your strongest Pokémon and your best strategies to take down these powerful opponents!

Fighting Chamber




Rock Chamber




Ghost Chamber




Flying Chamber




Champion's Chamber

With the Elite Four defeated a second time, the final challenge awaits again in the Champion's chamber. As Alola's very first Champion, everyone is looking to claim your title. Upon taking your place on the Champion's throne, your first opponent enters the room. The first Title Defense battle after the initial Champion battle is always against Hau, but other characters will challenge you in subsequent battles.

Rowlet Player chose Rowlet:




Litten Player chose Litten:




Popplio Player chose Popplio:




Having saved Alola from the Ultra Beasts and defeated the Elite Four at their full power, the last big challenge is to complete the Pokédex. The discovery of Alola-native Pokémon brought the total number of known creatures 807, so there is plenty of training left to do!


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