Sunny Park Colosseum

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Sunny Park Colosseum サニーパークコロシアム
Sunny Park Colosseum
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
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Map description: This outdoor Colosseum sits in the middle of a popular family park.
Location: East of Pokétopia City
Region: Pokétopia
Generations: IV
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Location of Sunny Park Colosseum in Pokétopia.
Pokémon world locations

Sunny Park Colosseum (Japanese: サニーパークコロシアム Sunny Park Colosseum) is the sixth Colosseum in Pokémon Battle Revolution. This Colosseum is led by Sashay.

The Colosseum is set in a large grassy patch at the Pokétopia Sunny Park. It is decorated with Ferris Wheels and fountains in the surrounding area, and the audience is able to watch from both sidelines and from various tree houses surrounding the area.

At the start, the Colosseum features standard Double Battles against seven Trainers. After Pokétopia Championship is cleared, the Colosseum features the Little Battle, an upgraded form of Stadium 2's Little Cup. The Level rule is unique, allowing up to Level 5 Pokémon to participate in the battle. They may also be in their first forms (including Baby Pokémon forms).

Moves that vary with environment

Knockout Battle

Level 30 Open, Rank 2

Battle 1

Battle 2

Battle 3

Battle 4

Battle 5



Little Battle

Main article: Little Battle

This challenge only becomes available after winning the Pokétopia Championship at the Stargazer Colosseum.

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Colosseum Belle-Saison
Germany Flag.png German Colosseum Sonnenpark
Italy Flag.png Italian Arena Parco
Spain Flag.png Spanish Coliseo Vergel

Colosseums in Pokémon Battle Revolution
GatewayMain StreetWaterfallNeonCrystalSunny ParkMagmaSunsetCourtyardStargazerLagoon
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