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The Battle Frontier is a fictional place located in the Hoenn region in the video game Pokémon Emerald that specializes in variations of Pokémon battling. To enter, you need to sign up at one of the desks to obtain the Frontier Pass, which enables you to roam freely around the Battle Frontier.
After winning at each of the Battle Frontier locations a certain amount of times, you can fight that location's Leader for a chance to win silver and gold Battle Frontier badges. When you defeat all of the leaders, you get an extra star added to your Trainer's Card.
Battle Frontier Shop
The Battle Frontier Shop sells various goods in exchange for Battle Points earned at other parts of the Battle Frontier. You can purchase goods for your secret base, items for rasing the statistics of your Pokémon, and items that you can equip to your Pokémon.
List of Items
|Far Left Kiosk|
|Kiss Poster||16 B.P.|
|Kiss Cushion||32 B.P.|
|Smoochum Doll||32 B.P.|
|Togepi Doll||48 B.P.|
|Meowth Doll||48 B.P.|
|Clefairy Doll||48 B.P.|
|Ditto Doll||48 B.P.|
|Cyndaquil Doll||80 B.P.|
|Chikorita Doll||80 B.P.|
|Totodile Doll||80 B.P.||Left Kiosk|
|Lapras Doll||128 B.P.|
|Snorlax Doll||128 B.P.|
|Venusaur Doll||256 B.P.|
|Charizard Doll||256 B.P.|
|Blastoise Doll||256 B.P.|
|HP Up||1 B.P.|
|Far Right Kiosk|
|White Herb||48 B.P.|
|Quick Claw||48 B.P.|
|Mental Herb||48 B.P.|
|Choice Band||64 B.P.|
|King's Rock||64 B.P.|
|Focus Band||64 B.P.|
|Scope Lens||64 B.P.|
The Battle Pike is a giant building shaped like a Seviper. You need to sign up for it, and then enter a room with three doors. What happens in the rooms are:
- Someone could heal your Pokémon.
- Someone could inflict damage and/or a status condition to your Pokémon.
- You could enter a room that is a giant maze with wild Pokémon that you can battle and capture.
After 28 and 140 consecutive wins, you can fight the Pike queen Lucy.
In the Battle Dome, you get put in a tournament with 16 other people and have to progress through quarterfinals, semifinals, and finals to become the champion. You can choose between single or double battles, and then pick a team of three Pokémon to battle with. Once you are done, you get taken to an actual arena where you start your fights.
After 5 and 10 tournament wins, you can fight the Dome superstar Tucker.
The Battle Factory is a place where you battle with six random rental Pokémon. You choose three to battle. After you win a battle, you can trade rental Pokémon with the trainer you beat. A match comprises seven fights in a row.
After 21 and 42 battles in the Battle Factory, you can fight the factory head Noland.
In the Battle Arena, you play a standard three-versus-three battle. However, you have to knock out your opponent's Pokémon within three turns. If you don't KO the opponent's Pokémon within 3 turns or you are out of the match, you get judged on heart, move, and body to decide the outcome. A circle is worth two points, a traingle is worth one point, and a letter X is worth zero points.
After 27 and 56 consecutive wins in the Arena, you can fight the arena captain Greta.
In the Battle Palace, you play a standard three-versus-three battle. However, you can only use one attack, chosen at random, to fight with. If you are playing a double battle, you don't get to choose the Pokémon you attack with.
After 21 and 42 consecutive wins, you can fight the Palace guardian Ukon.
In the Battle Pyramid, your goal is to make it to the top of the building without your Pokémon getting Knocked Out. You can only choose three Pokémon to come along and your bag gets taken and replaced with the Pyramid Bag to limit your items. Inside the pyramid, there are wild Pokémon that are as high as level 99 that you have to fight. In each round, there are a total of seven floors.
After going up 21 and 70 floors, you can fight the Pyramid king Jindai.
The Battle Tower consists of battling with other people. You can choose from single battle, double battle, or true double battle modes. You battle with seven trainers or sets of trainers before you get let out (unless you lose).
After 35 and 70 consecutive wins, you can fight the Tower tycoon Rira.
Studio Cave is a long cave connecting one end of the Battle Frontier to the other. It starts near the Battle Palace and the exit is right next to the Battle Tower.
The cave is two levels high, contains a Rare Candy, and the only wild Pokémon inside is Smeargle.
Other Points of Interest
The record hall contains all of the recors that you set at the Battle Frontier. There are three rooms. The one on the left contains records for the Battle Tube, Dome, and Factory, the one in the center has records for the Battle Tower, and the one on the right contains records for the Battle Palace, Pyramid, and Arena.
If you mix records with another Emerald game, you can also get the Battle Frontier records from the other game.
In a house next to the Battle Dome, there are two move tutors. They will teach your Pokémon a selction of attacks for a price in Battle Points.
List of Move Tutor Moves
|Defense Curl||16 B.P.|
|Mud Slap||24 B.P.|
|Icy Wind||24 B.P.|
|Psych Up||48 B.P.|
|Ice Punch||48 B.P.|
|Thunder Punch||48 B.P.|
|Fire Punch||48 B.P.||Left Tutor||Softboiled||16 B.P.|
|Seismic Toss||24 B.P.|
|Dream Eater||24 B.P.|
|Mega Punch||24 B.P.|
|Mega Kick||24 B.P.|
|Body Slam||48 B.P.|
|Rock Slide||48 B.P.|
|Thunder Wave||48 B.P.|
|Swords Dance||48 B.P.|
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