Escalation Battle

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Escalation Battles (Japanese: レベルアップバトル Level-Up Battle) are a unique Special Stage type in Pokémon Shuffle

Description

Escalation Battles often feature Legendary and Mythical Pokémon. The cost per play is 1 Heart. Each Escalation Battle has a Stage Level that starts at 1 and increases every time the stage is cleared. As the Stage Level increases, the target Pokémon's base catch rate will also increase; however, the stage will gradually become more difficult as well. There is no capture bonus for any remaining moves (or seconds) in these stages. All items are available when they are applicable.

Additionally, various rewards are given once certain Stage Level milestones have been cleared, encouraging the player to continue even after they have caught the Pokémon featured in the stage. The specific milestones and rewards differ with each Escalation Battle. More valuable rewards are typically guarded by a 'boss' stage, which is usually much more difficult than the stages immediately before or after it.

Seventeen Pokémon have been released through Escalation Battle events, with the dates they've appeared, stage data, and rewards across all versions listed in the tables below. Giratina Altered Forme was the first Escalation Battle for both versions, being available from June 8 to 22, 2015 on the 3DS version, and from September 28 to October 12, 2015 on the Mobile version. Diancie was previously available as a Commemorative Event from September 14-28, 2015, making it one of the few Pokémon to be available through several different kinds of Special Stages.

From version 1.3 (3DS)/1.6 (Mobile) onwards, the "angry" feature was introduced to all Escalation Battles. With this feature, when an Escalation Battle stage is cleared, the featured Pokémon has a chance to become angry, temporarily increasing the stage level by 3-5 (later, 3-15 for Mew) for ten minutes. If the stage is started within this timeframe and cleared, the anger will subside and the Stage Level will increase to the new value, skipping several levels. However, if the timer runs out before starting the stage or the stage is failed, the anger will subside and the Stage Level reverts back to what its value would be without the anger bonus. If a reward stage would be skipped due to this, the reward will still be given if the later stage is cleared. However, certain stages may be designated as impossible to skip, usually including boss or Coin stages.

In the 3DS version, the first run of Zygarde 50% Forme was the first Escalation Battle to include the "angry" feature. In the Mobile version, the Giratina Altered Forme repeat on May 31, 2016 was the first Escalation Battle with this feature.

List of Escalation Battles

Pokémon Type Format EXP Angry
Skip
Availability Description
& Reward
Notes
Giratina Giratina Ghost Move 5 3-5 June 8 to 22, 2015 (3DS)
October 19 to November 2, 2015 (3DS)
September 28 to October 12, 2015 (Mobile)
May 31 to June 14, 2016 (3DS and mobile)
October 25 to November 8, 2016 (3DS and mobile)
Per table below Altered Forme
Cresselia Cresselia Psychic Move 5 3-5 July 20 to August 3, 2015 (3DS)
October 19 to November 2, 2015 (Mobile)
July 26 to August 9, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
Per table below There were several Coin stage variants with a 10 move limit
Darkrai Darkrai Dark Move 5 3-5 August 17 to 31, 2015 (3DS)
March 1 to 15, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
September 13 to 27, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
February 28 to March 14, 2017 (3DS and Mobile)
Per table below There were several Coin stage variants with an 8 move limit
Latias Latias Dragon Move 5 3-5 September 28 to October 12, 2015 (3DS)
November 24 to December 8, 2015 (Mobile)
January 31 to February 14, 2017 (3DS and Mobile)
October 24 to November 7, 2017 (3DS and Mobile)
Per table below Latiasite was made available at Stage Level 50*
Delibird Delibird Ice Move 3 N/A November 16 to 24, 2015 Per table below N/A
Latios Latios Dragon Time 5 3-5 November 24 to December 8, 2015 (3DS)
April 26 to May 10, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
June 27 to July 11, 2017 (3DS and Mobile)
Per table below Latiosite was made available at Stage Level 50*
Keldeo Keldeo Fighting Move 5 3-5 December 22, 2015 to January 5, 2016
September 27 to October 11, 2016
March 28 to April 11, 2017
Per table below Resolute Form
Kyurem Kyurem Ice Time 5 3-5 January 25 to February 9, 2016
November 29 to December 13, 2016
July 25 to August 8, 2017
Per table below N/A
Diancie Diancie Fairy Move 5 3-5 February 9 to 23, 2016
August 23 to September 6, 2016
April 11 to 25, 2017
Per table below Diancite was made available at Stage Level 50*
Zygarde Zygarde Dragon Move 5 3-5 April 12 to 26, 2016
August 9 to 23, 2016
September 6 to October 10, 2017
Per table below 50% Forme
Giratina Giratina Ghost Time 5 3-5 July 5 to 19, 2016
March 14 to 28, 2017
Per table below Origin Forme
Meloetta Meloetta Psychic Move 5 3-5 November 8 to 22, 2016
August 8 to 22, 2017
Per table below Aria Forme
Mew Mew Psychic Move 5 3-15 December 26, 2016 to January 10, 2017
July 11 to 25, 2017
Per table below N/A
Celebi Celebi Psychic Time 5 3-5 January 17 to 31, 2017
September 12 to 26, 2017
Per table below N/A
Volcanion Volcanion Water Move 5 3-15 February 14 to 28, 2017
October 10 to 24, 2017
Per table below N/A
Incineroar Incineroar Fire Move 5 3-5 May 2 to 16, 2017 Per table below N/A
Primarina Primarina Water Move 5 3-5 May 16 to 30, 2017 Per table below N/A
Decidueye Decidueye Grass Move 5 3-5 May 30 to June 13, 2017
September 5 to 12, 2017
Per table below N/A
Diancie Diancie Fairy Move 5 3-5 August 22 to September 5, 2017 Per table below Shiny
Diancite was made available at Stage Level 50*

Further details

Giratina (Altered Forme)

There were seven types of stages confirmed in the initial run of the Giratina event, while there were eleven types of stages during the repeat of the event.

June 2015 (3DS):

Stage ID
(3DS)
Stage
levels
Hit points Additional hit points
per level up
Stage differences
45 1-4 2,165 180 No disruptions.
46 5-9 2,886 180 Breakable-rocks. Four per 3 turns.
47 10-29 5,692 60 Breakable-rocks. Four per 2 turns.
48 30-39 6,950 145 4 barriers at start, after 3 turns.
Every turn starting after 6 turns.
49 40-49 9,198 80 Barriers on four outside columns, fixed layout.
Unbreakable blocks drop in left columns.
Single matches trigger 2 barriers; later, column of barriers per 2 turns
50 50-99 10,425 70 Shaymin (Land Forme) appears as a forced 5th Support Pokémon.
3 barriers or a block column (random, randomly disrupts multiple times in a turn) per 3 turns..
51 100 26,065 50 Barriers (two times), then breakable-rocks every two turns.


The rewards available for defeating certain landmark stage levels was as follows. Note that some rewards in the first column were only available during the October 2015 run of this event.

Stage
level
Rewards
(2015)
Rewards
(May 2016)
Rewards
(Oct 2016)
5 1,000 Coins Exp. Booster S Exp. Booster S
10 Disruption Delay Moves +5 Moves +5
30 Mega Start Disruption Delay Disruption Delay
50 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup Mega Speedup
60 2,000 Coins Exp. Points x1.5 Exp. Points x1.5
75 2,000 Coins Exp. Booster S Exp. Booster S
85 2,000 Coins Exp. Booster M Exp. Booster M
100 Mega Speedup Raise Max Level Skill Swapper
125 (none) Exp. Booster M Exp. Booster M
150 (none) Level Up 2 Raise Max Levels
175 (none) (none) Exp. Booster M
200 (none) Mega Speedup Mega Speedup
225 (none) Exp. Booster M Exp. Booster M
250 (none) Raise Max Level 2 Raise Max Levels
275 (none) Exp. Booster L Exp. Booster L
300 (none) 2 Mega Speedups 2 Mega Speedups

Cresselia

There were thirteen types of stages confirmed in the Cresselia event.

July-August 2015 (3DS):

Stage ID
(3DS)
Stage
levels
Hit points Additional hit points
per level up
Stage differences
15 1-4 2,410 210 No disruptions.
16 5-9 3,213 210
17 10-29 6,250 60
18 30-34 8,435 60
19 36-39 8,795 60
20 40-49 10,143 90
21 50 11,190 -
22 51-54 11,851 60
23 56-74 12,151 60
24 76-94 13,351 60
25 96-99 14,551 60
26 100 21,499 - Solosis appears as a forced 5th Support Pokémon.
27 101-119 14,969 40
28 121-139 15,769 40
29 141-159 16,569 40
30 161-179 17,369 40 Solosis appears as a forced 5th Support Pokémon.
31 181-199 18,169 40 Solosis appears as a forced 5th Support Pokémon.
32 200 26,867 - Solosis appears as a forced 5th Support Pokémon.
33 201 onwards 26,867 30
34 35, 55, 75
95, 120, 140
160 and 180
2,574 - Coin stage


During its first run, this was the first time an Escalation Battle's reward list went up to Stage Level 200. The available rewards were:

Stage
level
Rewards
(2015)
Rewards
(2016 & after)
5 Moves +5 Moves +5
10 Disruption Delay Disruption Delay
30 Mega Start Mega Start
50 Mega Speedup Skill Swapper
100 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup
150 (none) Raise Max Level
200 Mega Speedup Raise Max Level

Darkrai

The reward milestones were as follows:

Stage
level
Rewards
(until Mar 2016)
Rewards
(Sep 2016)
Rewards
(2017)
5 Exp. Points x1.5 Exp. Booster M Exp. Booster M
10 Disruption Delay Disruption Delay Disruption Delay
25 Mega Start Mega Start Mega Start
50 Mega Speedup Skill Swapper Skill Swapper
75 5 Hearts Mega Speedup Mega Speedup
100 Mega Speedup Skill Booster M 2 Skill Booster M's
125 5 Hearts Mega Speedup Mega Speedup
150 Mega Speedup 2 Raise Max Levels 2 Raise Max Levels
175 (none) Skill Swapper 2 Mega Speedups
200 Mega Speedup 2 Mega Speedups 3 Raise Max Levels

Latias

During the first run of this Escalation Battle, it was the first time that HP varied significantly between non-boss levels. For example, Latias had less HP at Stage Level 161 (10,752) than it did at Stage Level 61 (12,936). Previously, HP had gradually increased even when the individual stage types, disruptions, etc. had changed.

The stage data is as follows:

September-October 2015 (3DS):

Stage ID
(3DS)
Stage
level(s)
Initial
HP
HP per
level-up
Disruptions
134 1-10 4,368 121 Fill 3 random blocks with breakable rocks every 3 moves.
135 11-20 5,014 186 Fill 2 blocks in row 4 or 5 with ice every 3 moves.
136 21-35 8,640 154 Fill a random 2x2 block with breakable rocks every 3 moves.
137 36-49 7,613 156 Fill 3 random blocks with ice every 3 moves.
138 51-60 9,856 342 Create a square of breakable rocks in one of the four corners of the grid every 3 moves.
139 61-70 12,936 578 Disruption 1: Fill 1-5 random blocks with breakable rocks.
Disruption 2: Same setup, but with ice instead.
Disruption 2 begins with damage at 6,000 or less remaining (or damage at least 8,784).
Disruptions only trigger if no 4+ combo with any move.
140 71-80 14,784 411 Disruption schedule is the same as Stage ID #139.
141 81-90 9,240 274 Starting from this stage level, stages have a pre-defined layout.
Fill 3 random squares with breakable rocks every 2 moves.
This begins with 12 moves remaining.
142 91-99 9,856 308 Disruption schedule is the same as Stage ID #141.
143 101-110 10,080 448 Fill 3-5 random squares with breakable rocks every 3 moves.
144 111-125 10,752 384 Disruption schedule is the same as Stage ID #143.
145 126-135 10,752 373 Fill 3 random blocks with ice every 3 moves.
146 136-149 11,424 465 Disruption schedule is the same as Stage ID #145.
147 151-160 10,080 373 Stages no longer have a pre-defined layout beginning at this stage level.
Disruption 1: Fill 3 random squares with breakable rocks.
Disruption 2: Fill 2 random squares with ice.
Disruptions alternate every 2 moves.
148 161-175 10,752 480 Disruption schedule is the same as Stage ID #147.
149 176-185 18,816 653 Disruption schedule is the same as Stage ID #139.
150 186-199 19,992 995 Disruption schedule is the same as Stage ID #139.
151 50 17,400 N/A This stage has a pre-defined layout.
Places breakable rocks in columns 1 and 2 every 3 moves.
At the same time, may repeat with columns 5 and 6 or fill 5 random blocks with ice, or both.
152 70 20,752 N/A This stage has a pre-defined layout.
Disruption schedule is the same as Stage ID #151.
153 100 44,044 N/A This stage has a pre-defined layout.
Disruption schedule is the same as Stage ID #151.
154 150 49,896 N/A This stage has a pre-defined layout.
Disruption schedule is the same as Stage ID #151.
155 200+ 51,744 N/A From here on, the stage stays exactly like this.
This stage has a pre-defined layout.
Disruption schedule is the same as Stage ID #151.


The rewards for the Latias event expanded further, and even included Latiasite.

Stage
level
Rewards
(2015)
Rewards
(Jan 2017)
Rewards
(Oct 2017)
5 Exp. Points x1.5 (none) 300 Coins
10 Disruption Delay Moves +5 500 Coins
20 (none) (none) 1,000 Coins
25 Mega Start Raise Max Level Mega Speedup
35 1,000 Coins Exp. Booster M Exp. Booster M
50 Latiasite Latiasite* Latiasite*
60 1,000 Coins (none) (none)
65 (none) (none) 2 Exp. Booster M's
70 Mega Speedup Skill Swapper Mega Speedup
80 2,000 Coins (none) (none)
85 (none) Skill Booster S 3,000 Coins
90 2,000 Coins (none) (none)
100 Mega Speedup Raise Max Level Skill Swapper
110 2,000 Coins (none) (none)
125 2,000 Coins 2 Raise Max Levels 3 Raise Max Levels
135 2,000 Coins (none) (none)
150 Mega Speedup 2 Mega Speedups 2 Level Ups
175 (none) (none) Skill Booster M
200 Mega Speedup 3 Raise Max Levels 6 Raise Max Levels

Delibird

Unlike the other Escalation Battles, Delibird's event was not titled "Escalation Battle", but its format was identical to them. Like in other Escalation Battles, items were rewarded to the player when they cleared certain level milestones; in contrast with other Escalation Battles, however, the stages in this event were generally rather easy. The stage was titled Incredible Item Stage (Japanese: アイテムゲットステージ Item GET Stage), "Rake In Some Items!". Despite Delibird being in a main stage, it was able to be caught during this stage, with the same catch rates as other Escalation Battle Pokémon.

The stage data for the event is as follows:

Stage ID
(3DS)
Stage ID
(Mobile)
Stage
level(s)
Initial
HP
HP per
level-up
Disruptions
188 77 1-10 392 15 No disruptions.
189 78 11-30 3,465 91 Add three breakable rocks at the beginning and every three moves.
This ends after three uses.
190 79 31-49 3,920 103 Add three unbreakable blocks at the beginning and every three moves.
This ends after three uses.
191 80 50 7,296 N/A Disruption 1: Four Delibird added every 3 moves.
Disruption 2: Add barriers to one column every 2 moves.
Disruption 2 begins when Delibird has 5,000 HP or less remaining.
192 81 51-80 4,864 84 Add three barriers at the beginning and every three moves.
This ends after three uses.
193 82 81-99 4,378 162 Three barriers added only at the beginning and after three moves.
Otherwise, four unbreakable blocks added every four moves.
194 83 100+ 9,242 N/A Disruption schedule is the same as Stage ID #191.

The rewards were as follows:

Stage
level
Rewards
1 Exp. Points x1.5
5 Moves +5
10 Disruption Delay
15 Exp. Points x1.5
20 Mega Start
30 Attack Power ↑
40 Exp. Points x1.5
50 Attack Power ↑
60 Moves +5
70 Disruption Delay
80 Mega Start
100 Complexity -1

Latios

Stage
level
Rewards
(3DS 2015 and Mobile 2016)
Rewards
(3DS 2016)
Rewards
(3DS and Mobile 2017)
5 Exp. Points x1.5 Exp. Points x1.5 (none)
10 Disruption Delay Disruption Delay (none)
15 (none) (none) Time +10
25 Mega Start 10 Hearts Exp. Booster M
35 1,000 Coins Exp. Booster M (none)
40 (none) (none) Mega Speedup
50 Latiosite Latiosite* Latiosite*
60 1,000 Coins 1,000 Coins Exp. Booster M
70 1,000 Coins Exp. Booster S (none)
80 2,000 Coins 2,000 Coins Exp. Booster L
90 2,000 Coins Exp. Booster L Skill Swapper
100 Mega Speedup Raise Max Level 2 Raise Max Levels
110 2,000 Coins Exp. Booster M (none)
125 2,000 Coins Level Up Mega Speedup
150 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup 2 Raise Max Levels
175 (none) (none) Skill Booster M
190 (none) (none) Mega Speedup
198 (none) (none) Skill Booster S
199 (none) (none) Skill Booster M
200 Mega Speedup 2 Raise Max Levels 4 Raise Max Levels

Keldeo (Resolute Form)

Stage
level
Rewards
(2015)
Rewards
(2016)
Rewards
(2017)
25 1,000 Coins 1,000 Coins (none)
30 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup Mega Speedup
40 1,000 Coins 1,000 Coins (none)
50 Mega Speedup Skill Swapper Skill Swapper
60 1,000 Coins 1,000 Coins (none)
70 Disruption Delay Disruption Delay (none)
75 (none) (none) 1,000 Coins
80 Attack Power ↑ Mega Start (none)
90 1,000 Coins 1,000 Coins (none)
100 Mega Speedup Raise Max Level Mega Speedup
125 2,000 Coins Exp. Booster M Exp. Booster M
150 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup 2 Raise Max Levels
175 2,000 Coins Exp. Booster M Skill Booster S
200 Mega Speedup Skill Swapper Skill Booster L
235 (none) Skill Booster S Attack Power ↑
250 Mega Speedup 2 Raise Max Levels 2 Mega Speedups
275 (none) 2 Skill Booster S's Skill Booster M
300 2 Mega Speedups 2 Mega Speedups 3 Raise Max Levels

Kyurem

Stage
level
Rewards
(Jan 2016)
Rewards
(Nov 2016)
Rewards
(2017)
30 Time +10 Time +10 Time +10
40 Attack Power ↑ Exp. Points x1.5 Disruption Delay
50 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup Mega Speedup
60 Exp. Points x1.5 Disruption Delay 2 Exp. Booster S's
70 Time +10 Exp. Booster S Skill Swapper
80 Disruption Delay Mega Start Exp. Booster L
90 Mega Start Skill Booster S Mega Start
100 Mega Speedup Skill Swapper Mega Speedup
125 2,000 Coins Exp. Booster M Skill Booster S
150 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup 2 Raise Max Levels
175 2,000 Coins 2 Skill Booster S's Skill Booster S
200 Mega Speedup 2 Raise Max Levels Mega Speedup
250 Mega Speedup 2 Mega Speedups 3 Raise Max Levels
275 (none) (none) 2 Mega Speedups
300 2 Mega Speedups 3 Raise Max Levels 4 Raise Max Levels

Diancie

Stage
level
Rewards
(Feb 2016)
Rewards
(Aug 2016)
Rewards
(Jan 2017)
10 5 Hearts 1,000 Coins (none)
20 5 Hearts Mega Start Moves +5
30 Moves +5 Moves +5 Raise Max Level
40 Disruption Delay Disruption Delay (none)
50 Diancite Diancite* Diancite*
60 Moves +5 1,000 Coins 1,000 Coins
70 Exp. Points x1.5 Exp. Booster M Exp. Booster M
80 Disruption Delay Skill Booster S Skill Swapper
90 Mega Start (none) Skill Booster S
100 Jewel Mega Speedup Mega Speedup
130 10 Hearts 2 Exp. Booster M's Attack Power ↑
150 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup Raise Max Level
180 10 Hearts Skill Booster S 2 Exp. Booster M's
200 Mega Speedup Raise Max Level 2 Raise Max Levels
250 Mega Speedup Skill Swapper 2 Mega Speedups
300 2 Mega Speedups Skill Booster L 3 Raise Max Levels

Zygarde (50% Forme)

Stage
level
Rewards
(3DS Apr 2016 only)
Rewards
(Mobile Apr 2016 only)
Rewards
(3DS & Mobile Aug 2016)
Rewards
(3DS & Mobile 2017)
5 (none) (none) 1000 Coins 1000 Coins
10 (none) (none) Exp. Booster S Exp. Booster S
20 (none) (none) 1000 Coins 1000 Coins
30 Exp. Booster S Exp. Points x1.5 Moves +5 Moves +5
40 Exp. Booster M Moves +5 Mega Start Mega Start
50 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup Skill Swapper Skill Swapper
60 5 Hearts 5 Hearts 1000 Coins 1000 Coins
70 Exp. Booster L Disruption Delay Disruption Delay Disruption Delay
80 5 Hearts 5 Hearts Skill Booster S 2 Exp. Booster S's
90 Level Up Exp. Points x1.5 Exp. Booster S Skill Booster S
100 Raise Max Level Mega Speedup Mega Speedup Raise Max Level
125 Exp. Booster S 5 Hearts Exp. Booster M Exp. Booster M
150 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup Skill Swapper Skill Swapper
160 Exp. Booster M 10 Hearts Exp. Booster M 2 Exp. Booster M's
180 Raise Max Level Mega Speedup Skill Booster M Skill Swapper
200 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup Raise Max Level 3 Raise Max Levels
225 Exp. Booster L 10 Hearts Exp. Booster M (none)
235 (none) (none) (none) Mega Speedup
250 Raise Max Level Mega Speedup Mega Speedup 5 Raise Max Levels
280 (none) (none) (none) Mega Speedup
300 2 Raise Max Levels 2 Mega Speedups 2 Raise Max Levels 7 Raise Max Levels

Giratina (Origin Forme)

Stage
level
Rewards
(2016)
Rewards
(2017)
10 (none) Skill Booster M
20 Exp. Booster S Exp. Booster M
30 Time +10 Time +10
40 Skill Swapper Skill Swapper
50 Disruption Delay (none)
55 (none) Exp. Points x1.5
60 Exp. Points x1.5 (none)
70 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup
80 Exp. Booster S (none)
85 (none) Skill Booster S
90 Exp. Booster M (none)
100 Skill Swapper Mega Speedup
130 Skill Booster M Raise Max Level
150 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup
180 2 Exp. Booster M's (none)
200 Raise Max Level 2 Raise Max Levels
230 2 Exp. Booster M's (none)
250 Raise Max Level 2 Raise Max Levels
280 Raise Max Level 2 Mega Speedups
300 2 Raise Max Levels 3 Raise Max Levels

Meloetta (Aria Forme)

Stage
level
Rewards
(2016)
Rewards
(2017)
5 Exp. Booster M Exp. Booster S
10 Disruption Delay 2 Exp. Booster S's
15 (none) Exp. Booster M
20 (none) Exp. Booster M
25 Skill Booster S Skill Booster S
35 (none) Exp. Booster L
50 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup
75 Skill Booster M Skill Booster M
100 Skill Swapper Skill Swapper
125 Mega Speedup 2 Mega Speedups
150 2 Raise Max Levels 3 Raise Max Levels
175 Mega Speedup 2 Mega Speedups
200 2 Mega Speedups 5 Raise Max Levels

Mew

Stage
level
Rewards
(2016)
Rewards
(2017)
25 Moves +5 Moves +5
50 Mega Speedup Raise Max Level
75 Disruption Delay Exp. Booster M
100 Skill Swapper Skill Swapper
125 Mega Start Exp. Booster M
150 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup
175 Skill Booster S Disruption Delay
200 2 Raise Max Levels 2 Raise Max Levels
225 (none) Exp. Booster L
250 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup
275 (none) Exp. Booster L
300 2 Skill Booster M's 2 Raise Max Levels
350 2 Raise Max Levels 2 Skill Booster M's
400 Skill Booster L 2 Raise Max Levels
450 2 Mega Speedups 2 Mega Speedups
500 3 Raise Max Levels 4 Raise Max Levels

Celebi

Stage
level
Rewards
(Jan 2017)
Rewards
(Sep 2017)
10 Time +10 Time +10
20 (none) Exp. Booster M
25 Disruption Delay Disruption Delay
40 (none) Exp. Booster M
50 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup
60 (none) 2 Exp. Booster M's
75 Skill Swapper Skill Swapper
90 (none) Exp. Booster L
100 2 Skill Booster M's 2 Raise Max Levels
125 Mega Speedup Skill Swapper
140 (none) 2 Exp. Booster L's
150 2 Raise Max Levels 3 Raise Max Levels
175 2 Mega Speedups 4 Raise Max Levels
200 3 Raise Max Levels 2 Level Ups

Volcanion

Stage
level
Rewards
(Feb 2017)
Rewards
(Oct 2017)
5 (none) 500 Coins
10 (none) 1,000 Coins
15 Skill Booster M 1,500 Coins
25 (none) Exp. Booster S
40 (none) 2 Exp. Booster S's
50 Mega Speedup Raise Max Level
65 (none) Exp. Booster M
80 (none) Exp. Booster M
100 Skill Swapper Skill Swapper
125 (none) Exp. Booster L
150 Mega Speedup Mega Speedup
175 (none) Skill Booster S
200 2 Raise Max Levels 2 Raise Max Levels
250 2 Skill Booster M's Skill Swapper
300 2 Mega Speedups 2 Level Ups
350 3 Raise Max Levels 4 Raise Max Levels
400 Skill Booster L Skill Swapper
450 3 Mega Speedups 3 Level Ups
500 5 Raise Max Levels 8 Raise Max Levels

Incineroar

Stage
level
Rewards
25 Mega Speedup
50 Skill Swapper
75 Raise Max Level
100 Mega Speedup
110 Raise Max Level
120 Mega Speedup
130 2 Raise Max Levels
140 2 Raise Max Levels
150 3 Raise Max Levels

Primarina

Stage
level
Rewards
15 Moves +5
25 Mega Speedup
50 Raise Max Level
75 2 Exp. Booster L's
100 Skill Swapper
110 2 Skill Booster M's
120 Mega Speedup
130 2 Raise Max Levels
140 2 Mega Speedups
150 3 Raise Max Levels

Decidueye

Stage
level
Rewards
(May 2017)
Rewards
(Sep 2017)
1 Exp. Booster S Exp. Booster S
2 Exp. Booster S 2 Exp. Booster S's
3 Exp. Booster S Exp. Booster M
5 Exp. Booster S 2 Exp. Booster M's
8 Exp. Booster S Exp. Booster L
13 Exp. Booster S Skill Booster S
21 Exp. Booster S Skill Booster S
25 Mega Speedup Skill Booster M
50 Raise Max Level Raise Max Level
75 Raise Max Level Mega Speedup
100 2 Skill Booster M's 2 Skill Booster M's
110 Skill Swapper Skill Swapper
120 Mega Speedup 2 Mega Speedups
130 2 Raise Max Levels 3 Raise Max Levels
140 2 Mega Speedups Skill Booster L
150 3 Raise Max Levels 2 Level Ups

Diancie (Shiny)

Stage
level
Rewards
5 5 Hearts
10 100 Coins
15 200 Coins
20 400 Coins
25 800 Coins
30 1,600 Coins
50 Diancite*
60 3,200 Coins
70 Mega Speedup
80 Exp. Booster M
90 2 Exp. Booster L's
100 2 Mega Speedups
130 Skill Booster S
150 3 Raise Max Levels
180 Skill Booster M
200 5 Raise Max Levels
250 Skill Booster L
300 3 Level Ups



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