Tower of Waters

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Tower of Waters みずの塔
Tower of Water
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Tower of Waters SwSh.png
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Location: Challenge Beach
Region: Galar
Generations: VIII
Galar Challenge Beach Map.png
Location of Tower of Waters in Galar.
Pokémon world locations

The Tower of Waters (Japanese: みずの塔 Tower of Water) is a landmark on the Isle of Armor in the Galar region. It is one of the Towers of Two Fists, and it is where the player goes during The Isle of Armor Expansion Pass if they wish to evolve their Kubfu into a Rapid Strike Style Urshifu. This can be achieved by defeating all the Trainers in the tower and having Kubfu examine the Scroll of Waters on the top floor. The player is only allowed to enter the tower if Kubfu is the only Pokémon in their party. However, if the player doesn't have Kubfu in their party or Box, they can climb the tower with any Pokémon.

If the player chooses to train Kubfu here, the Tower of Darkness becomes inaccessible to them.

Items

Item Location Games
League Card Mustard.png Mustard's League Card 5F; from Mustard after evolving Kubfu  Sw  Sh 

Trainers

1F

Trainer Pokémon
Master Dojo Student
Master Dojo Student
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1,840/5,200
Psyduck Psyduck Lv.23/65
No item


2F

Trainer Pokémon
Master Dojo Student
Master Dojo Student
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1,920/5,280
Krabby Krabby Lv.24/66
No item


3F

Trainer Pokémon
Master Dojo Student
Master Dojo Student
Reward: PokémonDollar.png2,000/5,360
Marill Marill Lv.25/67
No item


4F

Trainer Pokémon
Master Dojo Student
Master Dojo Student
Reward: PokémonDollar.png2,080/5,440
Poliwhirl Poliwhirl Lv.26/68
No item


5F



In the manga

Tower of Waters in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

Sword & Shield arc

The Tower of Waters first appeared in PASS35. When Henry's training with Kubfu was coming to a close, he allowed it to choose which tower it wanted to go to. As it had previously been defeated by an Urshifu guarding the Tower of Darkness, Kubfu chose the Tower of Waters. Battling his way through the four Master Dojo Students inside the tower, Henry was able to reach Mustard on the top floor. Much to Kubfu's fright, Mustard's Pokémon was the same Single Strike Style Urshifu that had previously defeated it.

In PASS36, Henry battled against Mustard and his Urshifu. This time around, Kubfu was able to defeat Urshifu, completing its training. It was then allowed to inspect the Scroll of Waters, causing it to evolve into Rapid Strike Style Urshifu. As Henry subsequently left the tower, Mustard allowed him to take the newly evolved Urshifu with him, officially making it one of Henry's Pokémon.

In the TCG

Tower of Waters in the TCG
Main article: Tower of Waters (Battle Styles 138)

Tower of Waters was introduced as a Stadium card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game during the English Sword & Shield Series (the Japanese Sword & Shield Era). It was first released in the Japanese Single Strike Master expansion and the English Battle Styles expansion, with artwork by 5ban Graphics. In Japan, it was reprinted as a Holofoil card in the Inteleon VMAX High-Class Deck and as a Non Holofoil card in the VMAX Climax subset. It reduces the Retreat Cost of each Rapid Strike Pokémon in play (both the player's and their opponent's) by two Energy (  ).

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 水之塔 Séui-jī Taap
Mandarin 水之塔 Shuǐ-zhī Tǎ
France Flag.png French Tour de l'Eau
Germany Flag.png German Turm des Wassers
Indonesia Flag.png Indonesian Menara Air
Italy Flag.png Italian Torre Acqua
South Korea Flag.png Korean 물의 탑 Mur-ui Tap
Brazil Flag.png Brazilian Portuguese Torre das Águas
Spain Flag.png Spanish Torre de las Aguas
Thailand Flag.png Thai หอคอยแห่งน้ำ

See also


Galar
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Water Gym logo.png
Fire Gym logo.png
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Fairy Gym logo.png
Rock Gym logo.png

Ice Gym logo.png
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Settlements
PostwickWedgehurstMotostokeTurffieldHulburyHammerlocke
Stow-on-SideBallonleaCirchesterSpikemuthWyndon
Routes
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Landmarks
Slumbering WealdGalar MineGalar Mine No. 2Motostoke Outskirts
Glimwood TangleRoute 9 TunnelRose Tower/Battle TowerEnergy PlantTower Summit
Wild Area
Meetup SpotRolling FieldsDappled GroveWatchtower RuinsEast Lake AxewellWest Lake Axewell
Axew's EyeSouth Lake MilochGiant's SeatNorth Lake MilochMotostoke RiverbankBridge Field
Stony WildernessDusty BowlGiant's MirrorHammerlocke HillsGiant's CapLake of Outrage
Isle of Armor
Fields of HonorMaster DojoSoothing WetlandsForest of FocusChallenge BeachTower of WatersBrawlers' Cave
Challenge RoadTower of DarknessCourageous CavernLoop LagoonTraining LowlandsWarm-Up Tunnel
Potbottom DesertWorkout SeaStepping-Stone SeaInsular SeaHoneycalm SeaHoneycalm Island
Crown Tundra
Slippery SlopeMax LairFreezingtonFrostpoint FieldGiant's BedRock Peak RuinsIron RuinsOld Cemetery
Snowslide SlopeIceberg RuinsTunnel to the TopPath to the PeakCrown ShrineGiant's FootRoaring-Sea Caves
Frigid SeaThree-Point PassSplit-Decision RuinsBallimere LakeLakeside CaveDyna Tree Hill


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