Legend Terrain

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The Legend Terrain selection screen as seen in the Balloon Stop. Going clockwise from the top, bosses visible in this screenshot are Gallade (behind the text), Barbaracle, Shelgon, Reuniclus, Dusclops, and Hawlucha.

Legend Terrain (Japanese: レジェンド大陸 Legend Continent) is the final area in Pokémon Rumble World, available after obtaining Rank 50. The Legend Balloon is required for access.

All stages in Legend Terrain feature a Legendary Pokémon:

  • Rayquaza (Sky Crest Range Special)
  • Deoxys (Meteorite Parkland Special)
  • Darkrai (Tomb of Nightmares Special)
  • Arceus (Bastion of Beginnings Special)
  • Mew (Bastion of Beginnings - all areas)
  • Genesect (Primeval Thicket Special)
  • Diancie (Mineral Crust Hollow Special)

Bastion of Beginnings

Unlike every other stage in the game, "Bastion of Beginnings: Special" has a completely unique enemy list of all Eeveelutions. Each group of enemies in the Special area features one Eeveelution and a group of Eevee. All other areas have a standard set of enemies.


Mew is featured as a regular random enemy instead of a boss encounter and is the only enemy who can appear in all four versions of the stage; the odds of it appearing are based on the number of stars for the area being visited, with better odds for more stars. In the Special version of the stage, it will always appear with a horde of Sylveon, who otherwise only appear in the boss chamber.


The boss of the Special section is Arceus, who can appear in its normal form but can also appear with any of its Plates in place. The Plate in use is pre-determined by the date, and is the same for everyone on that day. The order of Plate appearance is according to the following order from the game. Day 1 is presumed to be a Normal-type Arceus here for illustration purposes, but it's possible for a player to encounter any of the types first, at which point the order can be followed from then on.

Day number Arceus type
1 Normal-type
2 Fighting-type
3 Flying-type
4 Poison-type
5 Ground-type
6 Rock-type
7 Bug-type
8 Ghost-type
9 Steel-type
10 Fire-type
11 Water-type
12 Grass-type
13 Electric-type
14 Psychic-type
15 Ice-type
16 Dragon-type
17 Dark-type
18 Fairy-type

For an example, if a player encounters a Bug-type Arceus on the first visit to the area and player revisits the area the next day, the Arceus encountered will be a Ghost-type Arceus. The following day will have a Steel-type Arceus, and so on.

After Arceus appears as a Fairy-type, it will go back to a Normal-type Arceus the next day.

Pokémon List

Arceus's changing type is reflected in the following table. The type shown is the type that will be found by players battling Arceus on today's date as listed in UTC time (at the top of the page); depending on the player's actual date, the result will differ according to the table above by one day.

Pokémon Entrance Center Back Special
Drowzee Drowzee
Hypno Hypno
Eevee Eevee
Vaporeon Vaporeon
Jolteon Jolteon
Flareon Flareon
Mew Mew
Espeon Espeon
Umbreon Umbreon
Slakoth Slakoth
Vigoroth Vigoroth Boss
Slaking Slaking Boss
Spoink Spoink
Grumpig Grumpig
Leafeon Leafeon
Glaceon Glaceon
Arceus Arceus
Gothita Gothita
Gothorita Gothorita
Duosion Duosion
Reuniclus Reuniclus Boss
Sylveon Sylveon

Meteorite Parkland

Deoxys is the boss of the Special section, and can appear in any of its Formes. Like Arceus, the Forme it takes on varies by day, rotating through them in the order Normal-Attack-Defense-Speed.

Pokémon Entrance Center Back Special
Ditto Ditto
Ledyba Ledyba
Ledian Ledian
Kirlia Kirlia
Swablu Swablu
Altaria Altaria Boss
Zangoose Zangoose Boss
Seviper Seviper
Deoxys Deoxys
Speed Forme
Gallade Gallade Boss
Sigilyph Sigilyph
Dedenne Dedenne

Mineral Crust Hollow


Unown appears as a regular enemy in all sections of the Mineral Crust Hollow. Its shape depends on the day of the month. If it's the first, all Unown found in the stage will be "A" shape; on the second, "B", and so on; with "!" and "?" showing up on the 27th and 28th day respectively. On the 29th, 30th, or 31st day of a month, random shapes appear, and multiple Unown in the stage can be different shapes.

Day of month Unown shape
1 A
2 B
3 C
4 D
5 E
6 F
7 G
8 H
9 I
10 J
11 K
12 L
13 M
14 N
15 O
16 P
17 Q
18 R
19 S
20 T
21 U
22 V
23 W
24 X
25 Y
26 Z
27 !
28 ?
29, 30, 31 Random

Pokémon List

Pokémon Entrance Center Back Special
Tangela Tangela
Unown Unown
Whismur Whismur
Loudred Loudred
Tangrowth Tangrowth
Roggenrola Roggenrola
Boldore Boldore
Gigalith Gigalith Boss
Binacle Binacle
Barbaracle Barbaracle Boss
Carbink Carbink Boss
Diancie Diancie Boss

Primeval Thicket

Burmy can both be caught in any of its three cloaks. Unlike in the main games, Burmy's cloak does not change after battling in different areas.

Genesect is the boss of the Special section. It can appear with any of its drives or no drive at all; like Arceus and Deoxys, it rotates through the possibilities each day, starting with no drive and then the Douse, Shock, Burn, and Chill drives on the following days.

Pokémon Entrance Center Back Special
Growlithe Growlithe
Arcanine Arcanine Boss
Pinsir Pinsir Boss
Tropius Tropius
Burmy Burmy
Mothim Mothim
Lillipup Lillipup
Herdier Herdier
Purrloin Purrloin
Liepard Liepard
Genesect Genesect
Shock Drive
Hawlucha Hawlucha Boss

Sky Crest Range

Scolipede looks across a gap at some Diglett in Sky Crest Range.
Pokémon Entrance Center Back Special
Diglett Diglett
Dugtrio Dugtrio
Skarmory Skarmory
Mawile Mawile
Meditite Meditite
Medicham Medicham
Bagon Bagon
Shelgon Shelgon Boss
Salamence Salamence Boss
Rayquaza Rayquaza Boss
Skorupi Skorupi
Drapion Drapion Boss
Durant Durant

Tomb of Nightmares

Pokémon Entrance Center Back Special
Misdreavus Misdreavus
Houndour Houndour
Houndoom Houndoom Boss
Baltoy Baltoy
Claydol Claydol
Duskull Duskull
Dusclops Dusclops Boss
Mismagius Mismagius
Dusknoir Dusknoir Boss
Darkrai Darkrai Boss
Litwick Litwick
Lampent Lampent

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Terre Mythique
Germany Flag.png German Legendengefilde
Italy Flag.png Italian Continente Leggenda
Spain Flag.png Spanish Tierra Legendaria

Bastion of Beginnings

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese 創造の塔 Tower of Creation
France Flag.png French Tour de la Création
Germany Flag.png German Turm der Schöpfung
Italy Flag.png Italian Torre della Creazione
Spain Flag.png Spanish Torre de la Creación

Meteorite Parkland

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese 星石の廃園 Abandoned Meteorite Garden
France Flag.png French Ruine du Météore
Germany Flag.png German Verwilderter Meteoritengarten
Italy Flag.png Italian Vecchio Parco dei Meteoriti
Spain Flag.png Spanish Paraje del Meteorito

Mineral Crust Hollow

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese 輝石の大晶洞 Pyroxene Crystal Hollow
France Flag.png French Cavité Étincelante
Germany Flag.png German Glitzersteingeode
Italy Flag.png Italian Grotta del Pirosseno
Spain Flag.png Spanish Gran Geoda Negra

Primeval Thicket

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese 三億年の森 300 Million Year-Old Forest
France Flag.png French Forêt Paléozoïque
Germany Flag.png German Paläozoischer Wald
Italy Flag.png Italian Bosco dei 300 Milioni di Anni
Spain Flag.png Spanish Bosque Paleozoico

Sky Crest Range

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese 天空の霊峰 Celestial Peak
France Flag.png French Pic Céleste
Germany Flag.png German Himmlischer Berg
Italy Flag.png Italian Sacra Vetta Celeste
Spain Flag.png Spanish Pico Sagrado Celeste

Tomb of Nightmares

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese 悪夢の霊堂 Nightmare Sanctuary
France Flag.png French Tombe Cauchemar
Germany Flag.png German Seelenhort der Alpträume
Italy Flag.png Italian Santuario dell'Incubo
Spain Flag.png Spanish Templo de las Pesadillas

Pokémon Rumble World locations
King's Training FieldLeafy ExpanseDewdrop BayEmber Mountains
Ruby VolcanoSapphire SeaGold PlateauSilver Isles
Diamond CraterPearl MarshBlack RealmWhite Ruins
Fairy LandDark LandOrigin HideawayStarlight Islands
Distortion LandPlasma TundraLegend TerrainChanging Land

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