Mt. Vinter

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Mt. Vinter (Japanese: マウントウィンテル Mt. Vinter) is the ninth area in Pokémon Shuffle, consisting of fifteen stages. It follows Silbern Museum and precedes Castle Noapte.

The area is designed to resemble a snowy location. Stilt houses, conifers, and rock formations covered in snow can be found around the area. An aurora can be found in the east of the area.

Stages

Stage Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
106 Delibird Delibird Ice 4,985 16 25% 5% 16
107 Misdreavus Misdreavus Ghost 738 3 55% (3DS)
33% (Mobile)
15% (3DS)
9% (Mobile)
3
108 Glalie Glalie Ice 5,654 (3DS)
7,350 (Mobile)
15 15% (3DS)
9% (Mobile)
6% (3DS)
5% (Mobile)
15
109 Dragonair Dragonair Dragon 3,430 15 2% 7% 15
110 Mienshao Mienshao Fighting 5,480 (3DS)
6,576 (Mobile)
15 25% (3DS)
7% (Mobile)
5% (3DS)
3% (Mobile)
15
111 Vanillish Vanillish Ice 1,948 7 65% (3DS)
40% (Mobile)
1% 7
112 Jolteon Jolteon Electric 4,070 15 5% 7% (3DS)
5% (Mobile)
15
113 Cinccino Cinccino Normal 3,430 15 40% 4% 15
114 Glaceon Glaceon Ice 5,140 15 5% 7% (3DS)
5% (Mobile)
15
115 Blissey Blissey Normal 4,322 16 5% 6% 16
116 Aurorus Aurorus Rock 4,112 (3DS)
4,523 (Mobile)
15 60% (3DS)
30% (Mobile)
3% 15
117 Ninetales Ninetales Fire 1,574 (3DS)
1,731 (Mobile)
7 25% (3DS)
6% (Mobile)
11% (3DS)
5% (Mobile)
7
118 Altaria Altaria Dragon 4,900 15 30% (3DS)
3% (Mobile)
5% (3DS)
4% (Mobile)
15
119 Vanilluxe Vanilluxe Ice 5,348 16 45% (3DS)
18% (Mobile)
4% 16
120 Glalie Mega Glalie Ice 5,358 20 N/A N/A 20 Cannot be played in Shuffle Mobile unless at least 75 Pokémon have been caught. Rewarded with a Glalitite and a Jewel in Shuffle. Rewarded with a Glalitite and 5 Hearts in Shuffle Mobile.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese マウントウィンテル Mt. Vinter From mount and vinter (Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish for winter)
English Mt. Vinter Same as Japanese name
French Mont Vinter Same as Japanese name
German Winterberg From Winter and Berg (mountain)
Italian Monte Vinter Same as Japanese name
Korean 마운트 윈터 Mt. Winter From mount and winter
Spanish Monte Invierno From monte (mount) and invierno (winter)


Main Stages Puerto BlancoSandy BazaarNight FestivalIsla AsulRainbow Park
Galerie RougeSweet StrasseSilbern MuseumMt. VinterCastle Noapte
Jungle VerdeWacky WorkshopPedra ValleyAlbens TownRoseus Center
Desert UmbraVioleta PalaceBlau SalonGraucus HallNacht Carnival
Prasino Woods
Expert Stages Expert Stages
Special Stages Commemorative EventCompetitive StageDaily Pokémon
Escalation BattleAn Evolving Challenge!Great Challenge
High-Speed ChallengeSpecial ChallengeUltra Challenge
One Chance a Day!Pokémon SafariMeowth's Coin Mania
Skill Booster M Stage!Tons of Exp. PointsTry 'Em Items Stage
Survival Mode Survival Mode


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