Battle Subway

In a similar manner to the Battle Towers of Johto, Hoenn & Sinnoh, Unova has its own battle system, the Battle Subway. This Subway has you play through and battle trainers just like the Battle Tower. When you access the Battle Subway, you enter into a massive circular station. From here, you battle on the various trains.

To gain access to the Battle Subway, you'll have to go through the Gear Station in Nimbasa City. Once in there, you'll find numerous trains spreading out across the far reaches of Unova. When you battle all the trainers, you end up in a station elsewhere in Unova.

Battle Types

Like the Battle Towers, the Battle Subway has three different battle methods;

  • Green Line - Single Battle - Simple 1 VS 1 Battles
  • Dark Green Line - Super Single Battle - Difficult 1 VS 1 Battles
  • Red Line - Double Battle - Simple 2 VS 2 Battles
  • Pink Line - Super Double Battle - Difficult 2 VS 2 Battles
  • Brown Line - Train to Anville Town
  • Orange Line -Multi Battles - Double Battles where you and a friend/NPC can battle through the subway
  • Yellow Line -Super Multi Battles - Double Battles where you and a friend/NPC can battle through the subway
  • Light Blue Line -WiFi Battles - Battle through the Subway with a friend over WiFi

Like the Battle Tower, you battle through 7 consecutive opponents. Once you have beaten the seven opponents, then you have won that streak and earn Battle Points. Battle Points can then be used to spend on items such as Protein.

Subway Master Ingo

After you have gone through 21 consecutive battles in the Battle Subway, you will encounter the Subway Master, Ingo. Ingo, like other heads of Battle facilities in the past, will challenge you with a very strong team of Pokémon and will be a massive challenge. He is only accessible in the Single Battle line of the Battle Subway.

Subway Master Ingo GarbodorKlinklangCrustle
Items
Level 50Level 50Level 50
Attacks:
Toxic
Focus Blast
Venoshock
Psychic
Attacks:
Volt Switch
Gear Change
Giga Impact
Gear Grind
Attacks:
X-scissor
Earthquake
Stone Edge
Flail

As with the other Battle facilities, after you have beaten 48 consecutive trainers, the Subway Master will challenge you once more. He has a different team than last time and proves to be an even more formidable opponent than before. Like before, he is only found on the Single Battle line.

Subway Master Ingo ExcadrillHaxorusChandelure
Items
Level 50Level 50Level 50
Attacks:
Earthquake
Aerial Ace
Poison Jab
Rock Slide
Attacks:
Dragon Dance
Earthquake
Dragon Tail
Dragon Claw
Attacks:
Overheat
Shadow Ball
Protect
Will-o-wisp

Subway Master Emmet

In addition to the standard single battles, there is now a leader of the Battle Subway for when you are partaking in Double Battles. As with the Single Line, you will face this new Subway Master on your 21st consective battle in the Double Battle line. This is a standard Super Double Battle so bring your best team

Subway Master Emmet CrustleGarbodorDurantKlinklang
Items
Level 50Level 50Level 50Level 50
Attacks:
X-scissor
Stone Edge
Earthquake
Flail
Attacks:
Venoshock
Focus Blast
Psychic
Toxic
Attacks:
X-scissor
Iron Head
Shadow Claw
Rock Slide
Attacks:
Flash Cannon
Thunderbolt
Protect
Toxic

As with the other Battle facilities, after you have beaten 48 consecutive trainers, the Subway Master will challenge you once more. He has a different team than last time and proves to be an even more formidable opponent than before. Like before, he is only found on the Super Double Battle line.

Subway Master Emmet EelektrossChandelureExcadrillHaxorus
Items
Level 50Level 50Level 50Level 50
Attacks:
Discharge
Gastro Acid
Thunderbolt
Thunder Wave
Attacks:
Overheat
Shadow Ball
Protect
Will-o-wisp
Attacks:
Earthquake
Aerial Ace
Poison Jab
Rock Slide
Attacks:
Dragon Dance
Dragon Claw
Dragon Tail
Earthquake

Subway Masters Ingo & Emmet

In addition to the standard single and double battles, you can now face the Subway Masters on the Multi-Train. As with the Single Line, you will face this new Subway Master on your 21st consective battle in the Multi Battle line. This is a standard Multi Battle so bring your best team. However, as you get teamed up with other trainers in this match, you can only have two of your Pokémon

Subway Master Ingo GarbodorKlinklang
Items
Level 50Level 50
Attacks:
Toxic
Focus Blast
Venoshock
Psychic
Attacks:
Volt Switch
Gear Change
Giga Impact
Gear Grind
Subway Master Emmet GalvantulaDurant
Items
Level 50Level 50
Attacks:
X-scissor
Wild Charge
Cross Poison
Thunder Wave
Attacks:
X-scissor
Iron Head
Shadow Claw
Rock Slide

As with the other Battle facilities, after you have beaten 48 consecutive trainers, the Subway Masters will challenge you once more. They have a different team than last time and prove to be an even more formidable opponent than before. Like before, they are only found on the Super Multi Battle line.

Subway Master Ingo ExcadrillHaxorus
Items
Level 50Level 50
Attacks:
Earthquake
Aerial Ace
Poison Jab
Rock Slide
Attacks:
Dragon Dance
Dragon Claw
Dragon Tail
Earthquake
Subway Master Emmet EelektrossArcheops
Items
Level 50Level 50
Attacks:
Discharge
Gastro Acid
Thunderbolt
Thunder Wave
Attacks:
Rock Slide
Earthquake
Aerial Ace
Protect

Battle Shop

Like previous Battle facilities, the Battle Subway has areas in the station in which you have the ability to exchange your earned Battle Points for items. These items vary but are all handy items for you to purchase. The items and price are below.

Battle Shop - Right
PictureItemPrice
Protein1BP
Iron1BP
Carbos1BP
Calcium1BP
Zinc1BP
HP Up1BP
Power Bracer16BP
Power Belt16BP
Power Lens16BP
Power Band16BP
Power Anklet16BP
Power Weight16BP
Toxic Orb16BP
Flame Orb16BP
White Herb32BP
Power Herb32BP
Absorb Bulb32BP
Cell Battery32BP
Red Card32BP
Eject Button32BP
Wise Glasses48BP
Choice Specs48BP
Scope Lens48BP
Zoom Lens48BP
Wide Lens48BP
Muscle Band48BP
Focus Band48BP
Choice Band48BP
Choice Scarf48BP
Focus Sash48BP
Razor Claw48BP
Razor Fang48BP
BrightPowder48BP
Life Orb48BP
Iron Ball48BP
Air Balloon48BP
Binding Band48BP
Rare Candy48BP
Battle Shop - Left
PictureItemPrice
 TM2336BP
 TM4836BP
 TM8736BP
 TM8836BP
 TM3448BP
 TM5148BP
 TM5948BP
 TM6048BP
 TM6448BP
 TM7748BP
 
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