Prasino Woods

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Prasino Woods (Japanese: クローロンウッズ Chlorón Woods) is the 21st area in Pokémon Shuffle, consisting of fifty stages. It follows Nacht Carnival and precedes Zaffiro Coast. Prasino Woods first became playable on April 25, 2017, with stages through 580 (Mega Gallade). The final twenty stages became available on June 13, 2017, with stages through 600 (Mega Sharpedo).

It shares its overworld design and music with Jungle Verde. Stages appear in silhouette form in groups of five.

Stages

Stage Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
551 Gastly Gastly Ghost 13,125 10 7% 3% 10 3-Pokémon stage
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
552 Tauros Tauros Normal 16,100 16 10% 5% 16 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
553 Ponyta Ponyta Fire 9,187 12 8% 2% 12
554 Shellos Shellos Water 7,580 15 9% 2% 15 East Sea
555 Haunter Haunter Ghost 13,300 10 7% 8% 10 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
556 Ekans Ekans Poison 17,850 8 6% 2% 8 3-Pokémon stage
557 Gengar Gengar Ghost 22,443 16 6% 5% 16 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
558 Ralts Ralts Fairy 11,200 10 8% 8% 10 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
559 Gastrodon Gastrodon Ground 26,880 15 13% 5% 15 East Sea
560 Arbok Arbok Poison 17,640 12 11% 3% 12
561 Pancham Pancham Fighting 11,200 10 4% 6% 10 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
562 Mawile Mawile Steel 19,600 16 5% 4% 16 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
563 Ducklett Ducklett Flying 6,207 12 7% 3% 12
564 Kirlia Kirlia Fairy 12,250 15 10% 6% 15 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
565 Clauncher Clauncher Water 12,600 10 9% 2% 10
566 Swanna Swanna Flying 23,184 20 8% 5% 20
567 Wurmple Wurmple Bug 12,600 8 2% 2% 8 3-Pokémon stage
568 Pangoro Pangoro Fighting 27,124 16 5% 8% 16 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
569 Diglett Diglett Ground 9,450 10 8% 3% 10
570 Clawitzer Clawitzer Water 23,275 16 12% 4% 16
571 Silcoon Silcoon Bug 33,062 10 10% 4% 10 3-Pokémon stage
572 Gardevoir Gardevoir Fairy 20,020 12 8% 5% 12 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
573 Poochyena Poochyena Dark 10,710 10 5% 7% 10 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
574 Ditto Ditto Normal 10,080 15 8% 5% 15
575 Gallade Gallade Fighting 23,520 16 7% 5% 16 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
576 Glaceon Glaceon Ice 17,340 10 5% 4% 10 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
577 Miltank Miltank Normal 15,200 12 7% 3% 12 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
578 Beautifly Beautifly Bug 17,008 10 5% 5% 10
579 Mightyena Mightyena Dark 15,400 10 6% 4% 10 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
580 Gallade Mega Gallade Fighting 21,840 16 N/A N/A 16 1 Raise Max Level awarded after clearing the stage for the first time.
581 Cascoon Cascoon Bug 13,066 10 7% 5% 10
582 Remoraid Remoraid Water 8,983 9 7% 2% 9
583 Timburr Timburr Fighting 18,480 10 5% 8% 10 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
584 Dustox Dustox Poison 21,000 15 4% 7% 15
585 Gurdurr Gurdurr Fighting 10,616 12 6% 5% 12 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
586 Spinda Spinda Normal 9,874 15 10% 5% 15 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
587 Dwebble Dwebble Rock 8,400 16 7% 4% 16
588 Conkeldurr Conkeldurr Fighting 23,940 16 7% 4% 16 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
589 Leafeon Leafeon Grass 11,900 10 6% 7% 10 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
590 Crustle Crustle Rock 15,400 9 8% 7% 9
591 Carvanha Carvanha Dark 8,575 10 10% 4% 10 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
592 Vulpix Vulpix Fire 6,300 8 8% 7% 8 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
593 Snivy Snivy Grass 5,197 12 6% 7% 12
594 Basculin Basculin Water 13,860 10 12% 7% 10 Red-Striped Form
595 Larvesta Larvesta Bug 10,500 8 10% 7% 8 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
596 Ninetales Ninetales Fire 14,700 10 6% 6% 10 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
597 Servine Servine Grass 12,600 10 9% 4% 10
598 Sharpedo Sharpedo Dark 13,440 15 8% 4% 15 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
599 Volcarona Volcarona Bug 14,000 10 7% 4% 10 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if the Pokémon has been caught.
600 Sharpedo Mega Sharpedo Dark 20,160 11 N/A N/A 11 1 Raise Max Level awarded after clearing the stage for the first time.
If the player already owns the Sharpedonite, they receive 1 Level Up instead.

Names

Language Name Origin
Japanese クローロンウッズ Chlorón Woods From χλωρών chlorón (Greek for yellow-green) and woods
English Prasino Woods From πράσινος prásinos (Greek for green) and woods
French Bois Prasino From its English name
German Grünforst From grün (green) and Forst (forest)


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 WoodsZaffiro Coast
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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