Battle Tower (Generation VIII)

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Battle Tower
Rose Tower
バトルタワー
Battle Tower
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
Battle Tower SwSh.png
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Location: Wyndon
Region: Galar
Generations: VIII
Galar Battle Tower Map.png
Location of Battle Tower in Galar.
Pokémon world locations

The Battle Tower (Japanese: バトルタワー Battle Tower) is a battle facility located in Wyndon in Galar. It is owned by Leon. It was formerly known as Rose Tower when it was owned by Chairman Rose.

Challenges

Challengers compete at the roof of the Battle Tower to win as many battles as they can to increase their ranking. There are two formats: Single Battle and Double Battle, each with separate rankings independent of each other. Since the Battle Tower is built over a power spot, challengers may Dynamax their Pokémon in all battles. The challenge is designed to emulate a Ranked Battle system in which victories help to increase a Trainer's rank, but losses may potentially decrease it. Unlike battle facilities from previous generations, challengers do not start over after losing one battle. Instead, their ranking may fall after accumulating too many losses.

Restrictions

To participate, the player may register a Battle Team with six Pokémon of different species, and no two Pokémon can have the same held item. All battles are held under Flat Rules - any Pokémon above Lv. 50 will be set to Lv. 50. There are no special Pokémon banned from the Battle Tower, meaning Legendary Pokémon like Zacian and Mythical Pokémon like Mew are also eligible to participate.

Ranks and Tiers

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There are eleven ranks and five tiers for challengers to advance in for either Single or Double Battles. As the player advances in rank, the opponents battled will become progressively more difficult. Reaching certain ranks for the first time will upgrade the player's tier. Losing or forfeiting too many battles may result in the player dropping in rank, but not in tier.

The following lists the ranks that players can advance in and the tiers of each rank. The rewards listed are awarded the first time the player achieves that rank for each of the two formats.

Tier Rank Rewards
Beginner 1 N/A
2 3 BP
1 Rare Candy
3 3 BP
1 Rare Candy
Poké Ball 4 5 BP
2 Rare Candies
1 Bottle Cap
1 Mint
5 5 BP
2 Rare Candies
1 Mint
6 5 BP
2 Rare Candies
1 Mint
Great Ball 7 10 BP
3 Rare Candies
1 Bottle Cap
1 Mint
8 10 BP
3 Rare Candies
1 Mint
9 10 BP
3 Rare Candies
1 Mint
Ultra Ball 10 20 BP
5 Rare Candies
2 Bottle Caps
1 Ability Capsule
1 Mint
Master Ball MAX 50 BP
5 Rare Candies
3 Bottle Caps
1 Ability Capsule
1 Gold Bottle Cap
1 Mint

Rewards

Every win at the Battle Tower awards the challenger 2 BP. In addition to the rewards for ranking up, challengers also receive the following after achieving a certain number of victories for each format.

Item Location Games
PP Up PP Up Achieve 10 victories  Sw  Sh 
None Random Mint Achieve 20 victories
Every 100 victories starting from 210
 Sw  Sh 
Bottle Cap Bottle Cap Achieve 30 victories
Every 100 victories starting from 230
 Sw  Sh 
PP Max PP Max Achieve 40 victories
Every 100 victories starting from 220
 Sw  Sh 
Gold Bottle Cap Gold Bottle Cap Achieve 50 victories
Every 100 victories starting from 275
 Sw  Sh 
Lansat Berry Lansat Berry Achieve 100 victories
Every 100 victories starting from 250
 Sw  Sh 
Starf Berry Starf Berry Every 100 victories starting from 200  Sw  Sh 
Ability Capsule Ability Capsule Every 100 victories starting from 240  Sw  Sh 

Defeating Leon for the first time (reaching Rank 4) unlocks the IV Judge function in the player's PC and Pokémon Box Link.

Trainers

Main article: List of Battle Tower Trainers (Generation VIII)

Leon

Leon will battle the player on the last battle before he or she advances to the next tier. Although his team is randomly selected from the following rosters, he will always use his Charizard and Gigantamax it at the first opportunity. After the player reaches Master Ball Tier, Leon will reappear after every tenth victory (including against himself), using a team from his Master Ball Tier roster.

Beginner Tier



Poké Ball Tier



Great Ball Tier



Ultra Ball Tier



Master Ball Tier



Rental teams

Players may use rental teams either downloaded online or from the receptionist on the right-hand side. All rental Pokémon from the receptionist have the maximum Dynamax Level of 10, neutral Natures, a Trainer ID number of 000000, and the Original Trainer Mr. Al Rent.

Basic Team

"This team is good for Single Battles! It’s a nice, simple team that’s built around three Pokémon close to the heart of anyone in Galar. Take a good hard look at what types of Pokémon your opponent is sending out, then choose one of these great allies to send out yourself!"

812Rillaboom.png
Type:
Grass Unknown
Ability:
Overgrow
Held item:
Bag Sitrus Berry Sprite.png Sitrus Berry
Rillaboom Lv.50
Drum Beating
Grass Physical
Wood Hammer
Grass Physical
Superpower
Fighting Physical
Earthquake
Ground Physical
815Cinderace.png
Type:
Fire Unknown
Ability:
Blaze
Held item:
Bag Life Orb Sprite.png Life Orb
Cinderace Lv.50
Pyro Ball
Fire Physical
Zen Headbutt
Psychic Physical
Gunk Shot
Poison Physical
Iron Head
Steel Physical
818Inteleon.png
Type:
Water Unknown
Ability:
Torrent
Held item:
Bag Blunder Policy Sprite.png Blunder Policy
Inteleon Lv.50
Snipe Shot
Water Special
Hydro Pump
Water Special
Blizzard
Ice Special
Shadow Ball
Ghost Special
094Gengar.png
Types:
Ghost Poison
Ability:
Cursed Body
Held item:
Bag Focus Sash Sprite.png Focus Sash
Gengar Lv.50
Shadow Ball
Ghost Special
Sludge Wave
Poison Special
Dazzling Gleam
Fairy Special
Destiny Bond
Ghost Status
612Haxorus.png
Type:
Dragon Unknown
Ability:
Mold Breaker
Held item:
Bag Lum Berry Sprite.png Lum Berry
Haxorus Lv.50
Outrage
Dragon Physical
Earthquake
Ground Physical
Poison Jab
Poison Physical
Dragon Dance
Dragon Status
468Togekiss.png
Types:
Fairy Flying
Ability:
Serene Grace
Held item:
Bag Expert Belt Sprite.png Expert Belt
Togekiss Lv.50
Air Slash
Flying Special
Dazzling Gleam
Fairy Special
Flamethrower
Fire Special
Nasty Plot
Dark Status

Skill Team

"This team is good for Single Battles! The Pokémon on this team know tons of moves that can help them boost their stats in battle. Send out Duraludon first and have it use Reflect or Light Screen to get a defensive advantage, then swap in others as fit for the situation!"

130Gyarados.png
Types:
Water Flying
Ability:
Intimidate
Held item:
Bag Wacan Berry Sprite.png Wacan Berry
Gyarados Lv.50
Waterfall
Water Physical
Ice Fang
Ice Physical
Earthquake
Ground Physical
Dragon Dance
Dragon Status
784Kommo-o.png
Types:
Dragon Fighting
Ability:
Bulletproof
Held item:
Bag Sitrus Berry Sprite.png Sitrus Berry
Kommo-o Lv.50
Clanging Scales
Dragon Special
Flash Cannon
Steel Special
Flamethrower
Fire Special
Clangorous Soul
Dragon Status
870Falinks.png
Type:
Fighting Unknown
Ability:
Battle Armor
Held item:
Bag Focus Sash Sprite.png Focus Sash
Falinks Lv.50
No Retreat
Fighting Status
Megahorn
Bug Physical
Close Combat
Fighting Physical
Throat Chop
Dark Physical
248Tyranitar.png
Types:
Rock Dark
Ability:
Sand Stream
Held item:
Bag Chople Berry Sprite.png Chople Berry
Tyranitar Lv.50
Stone Edge
Rock Physical
Crunch
Dark Physical
Low Kick
Fighting Physical
Dragon Dance
Dragon Status
884Duraludon.png
Types:
Steel Dragon
Ability:
Stalwart
Held item:
Bag Light Clay Sprite.png Light Clay
Duraludon Lv.50
Stealth Rock
Rock Status
Light Screen
Psychic Status
Reflect
Psychic Status
Steel Beam
Steel Special
861Grimmsnarl.png
Types:
Dark Fairy
Ability:
Prankster
Held item:
Bag Leftovers Sprite.png Leftovers
Grimmsnarl Lv.50
Darkest Lariat
Dark Physical
Spirit Break
Fairy Physical
Drain Punch
Fighting Physical
Bulk Up
Fighting Status

Tough Team

"This team is good for Single Battles! This almighty team is ready for any opponents. Of course they can unleash heavy hit after heavy hit, but if you also use their status moves wisely, then you might even be able to pull out a win against opponents that might usually put you in a real sticky situation!"

143Snorlax.png
Type:
Normal Unknown
Ability:
Immunity
Held item:
Bag Sitrus Berry Sprite.png Sitrus Berry
Snorlax Lv.50
Double-Edge
Normal Physical
Earthquake
Ground Physical
Curse
Ghost Status
Recycle
Normal Status
887Dragapult.png
Types:
Dragon Ghost
Ability:
Infiltrator
Held item:
Bag White Herb Sprite.png White Herb
Dragapult Lv.50
Dragon Darts
Dragon Physical
Phantom Force
Ghost Physical
Draco Meteor
Dragon Special
U-turn
Bug Physical
778Mimikyu.png
Types:
Ghost Fairy
Ability:
Disguise
Held item:
Bag Life Orb Sprite.png Life Orb
Mimikyu Lv.50
Shadow Claw
Ghost Physical
Play Rough
Fairy Physical
Swords Dance
Normal Status
Shadow Sneak
Ghost Physical
479Rotom-Heat.png
Types:
Electric Fire
Ability:
Levitate
Held item:
Bag Choice Scarf Sprite.png Choice Scarf
Rotom Lv.50
Overheat
Fire Special
Volt Switch
Electric Special
Will-O-Wisp
Fire Status
Trick
Psychic Status
450Hippowdon.png
Type:
Ground Unknown
Ability:
Sand Stream
Held item:
Bag Rocky Helmet Sprite.png Rocky Helmet
Hippowdon Lv.50
Earthquake
Ground Physical
Ice Fang
Ice Physical
Yawn
Normal Status
Slack Off
Normal Status
681Aegislash-Shield.png
Types:
Steel Ghost
Ability:
Stance Change
Held item:
Bag Leftovers Sprite.png Leftovers
Aegislash Lv.50
Shadow Ball
Ghost Special
Shadow Sneak
Ghost Physical
King's Shield
Steel Status
Brick Break
Fighting Physical

Rain Team

"This rain-ready team is good for Double Battles! Falling rain can boost the power of their moves or trigger certain Abilities, so start by sending out Pelipper first to get the rain going and get this team rolling!"

279Pelipper.png
Types:
Water Flying
Ability:
Drizzle
Held item:
Bag Focus Sash Sprite.png Focus Sash
Pelipper Lv.50
Hurricane
Flying Special
Scald
Water Special
Tailwind
Flying Status
Protect
Normal Status
272Ludicolo.png
Types:
Water Grass
Ability:
Swift Swim
Held item:
Bag Assault Vest Sprite.png Assault Vest
Ludicolo Lv.50
Energy Ball
Grass Special
Scald
Water Special
Ice Beam
Ice Special
Fake Out
Normal Physical
847Barraskewda.png
Type:
Water Unknown
Ability:
Swift Swim
Held item:
Bag Life Orb Sprite.png Life Orb
Barraskewda Lv.50
Liquidation
Water Physical
Close Combat
Fighting Physical
Poison Jab
Poison Physical
Protect
Normal Status
026Raichu.png
Type:
Electric Unknown
Ability:
Lightning Rod
Held item:
Bag Bright Powder Sprite.png Bright Powder
Raichu Lv.50
Fake Out
Normal Physical
Thunder
Electric Special
Encore
Normal Status
Feint
Normal Physical
598Ferrothorn.png
Types:
Grass Steel
Ability:
Iron Barbs
Held item:
Bag Choice Band Sprite.png Choice Band
Ferrothorn Lv.50
Power Whip
Grass Physical
Gyro Ball
Steel Physical
Iron Head
Steel Physical
Toxic
Poison Status
537Seismitoad.png
Types:
Water Ground
Ability:
Swift Swim
Held item:
Bag Rindo Berry Sprite.png Rindo Berry
Seismitoad Lv.50
Hydro Pump
Water Special
Sludge Bomb
Poison Special
Earth Power
Ground Special
Muddy Water
Water Special

Slow Team

"This team is good for Double Battles! They might look real slow to start with, but all you need is a good Trick Room, and suddenly your slow bulky team will be a fast bulky team! Lucario will be great support if you know how to use it, so hurry straight into a Trick Room!"

448Lucario.png
Types:
Fighting Steel
Ability:
Inner Focus
Held item: