Pokemon Omega Ruby / Alpha Sapphire Battle Maison Guide

By   /   Nov 25, 2014

The Battle Maison is formed by four sisters who call themselves as The Battle Chatelaines: Nita, Evelyn, Dana, and Morgan.

For more help on Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, read our Catch Primal Pokemon Guide, Items Locations Guide, Super Training Guide, TMs and HMs Locations Guide.

Pokemon Omega Ruby / Alpha Sapphire Battle Maison

In Battle Maison, you are asked to choose from four different Battle Formats represented by a single sister: Single, Double, Triple, Rotation, and Multi.

Once you have chosen your desired Battle Format, battle against different Trainers commence. After you have defeating 19 Trainers in a row, you will be able to challenge a Battle Chatelaine.

After defeating a Battle Chatelaine and 49 other Trainers, you will be presented with an even tougher Battle Chatelaine. There is no limit to how long of a winning-streak you can rack up in Battle Maison.

Basics of Battle Maison

Rules and Regulations of Battle Maison
There are certain rules that you need to abide by in Battle Maison. Here is a quick rundown of Battle Maison rules and regulations:

  • All Pokemon higher than Level-50 will be lowered to Level-50
  • No two Pokemon can hold a similar item
  • No two Pokemon can be of similar species
  • Soul Dew item is not allowed
  • No item from your Bag is allowed in Battle Maison
  • You can put off your current winning-streak and continue at a later time

Another important thing to note here is that you will need two Pokemon for Multi Battles, three Pokemon for Single Battles, four Pokemon for Double/Rotation Battles, and six Pokemon for Triple Battles.

Once a battle is completed, your Pokemon will be completely restored.

Restricted Pokemon in Battle Maison
The following Pokemon cannot take part in Battle Maison battles:

  • Mewtwo
  • Mew
  • Ho-Oh
  • Lugia
  • Celebi
  • Kyogre
  • Groudon
  • Rayquaza
  • Jirachi
  • Deoxys
  • Dialga
  • Palkia
  • Girantina
  • Phione
  • Manaphy
  • Darkrai
  • Shaymin
  • Arceus
  • Victini
  • Reshiram
  • Zekrom
  • Kyurem
  • Keldeo
  • Meloetta
  • Genesect
  • Xerneas
  • Yveltal
  • Zygarde
  • Diancie
  • Eggs

Rewards
After each battle in Battle Maison, you will earn BP which can be exchanged for certain items, learn new moves from Battle Resort’s Move Tutors. Here is a quick rundown of how much BP you earn in Battle Maison Battles:

Normal Battles Rewards

  • 10 Wins – 1 BP
  • 11-20 Wins – 2 BP
  • Battle Chatelaine – 20 BP

Super Battles Rewards

  • 10 Wins – 2 BP
  • 11-20 Wins – 3 BP
  • 21-30 Wins – 4 BP
  • 31-40 Wins – 5 BP
  • 41-50 Wins – 6 BP
  • 51 or More Wins – 7 BP
  • Battle Chatelaine – 50 BP

Once you have consecutively won 50 battles, you will receive a special monument which is used to upgrade your Trainer Card. You can acquire a total of five monuments, one for each of the five battle formats.

Winning 100 battles in a row will award you with a Lansat Berry and winning 200 battles in a row will award you with a Starf Berry.

BP Exchange for Items
You can exchange your hard-earned BP from the two Exchange Service Corners in the Battle Maison. Below, I have provided a complete list of items that you can get by exchanging BP:

Left Exchange Service Corner

  • Protein – 2 BP
  • Calcium – 2 BP
  • Iron – 2 BP
  • Zinc – 2 BP
  • Carbos – 2 BP
  • HP Up – 2 BP
  • Power Bracer – 16 BP
  • Power Belt – 16 BP
  • Power Lens – 16 BP
  • Power Band – 16 BP
  • Power Anklet – 16 BP
  • Power Weight – 16 BP
  • Protector – 32 BP
  • Whipped Dream – 32 BP
  • Sachet – 32 BP
  • Electirizer – 32 BP
  • Magmarizer – 32 BP
  • Reaper Cloth – 32 BP
  • Up-Grade – 32 BP
  • Dubious Disc – 32 BP
  • Rare Candy – 48 BP
  • Ability Capsule – 200 BP

Right Exchange Service Corner

  • Toxic Orb – 16 BP
  • Flame Orb -16 BP
  • White Herb – 32 BP
  • Power Herb – 32 BP
  • Absorb Bulb – 32 BP
  • Kuminous Moss – 32 BP
  • Cell Battery – 32 BP
  • Snowball – 32 BP
  • Red Card – 32 BP
  • Eject Button – 32 BP
  • Weakness Policy – 32 BP
  • Ring Target – 32 BP
  • Wise Glasses – 48 BP
  • Choice Specs – 48 BP
  • Scope Lens – 48 BP
  • Zoom Lens – 48 BP
  • Wide Lens – 48 BP
  • Muscle Band – 48 BP
  • Focus Band – 48 BP
  • Choice Band – 48 BP
  • Choice Scarf – 48 BP
  • Assault Vest – 48 BP
  • Focus Sash – 48 BP
  • Expert Belt – 48 BP
  • Razor Claw – 48 BP
  • Razor Fang – 48 BP
  • Bright Powder – 48 BP
  • Life Orb – 48 BP
  • Iron Ball – 48 BP
  • Air Balloon – 48 BP
  • Binding Band – 48 BP
  • Safety Goggles – 48 BP

The Battle Chatelain

The real battles in Battle Maison are against The Battle Chatelain. These founders of Battle Maison have some really powerful Pokemon under their belt which will test the best of the best. Below you will find all you need to know about The Battle Chatelain and their Pokemon:

Nita

Single Battle Pokemon

Wigglytuff
This is a Level-50 Normal/Fairy Type Pokemon which is weak to Poison/Steel Type attacks.

Grumpig
This is a Level-50 Psychic-Type Pokemon which is weak to Bug, Ghost, and Dark Type attacks.

Purugly
This is a Level-50 Normal-Type Pokemon which is weak to Fighting-Type.

Super Single Battle Pokemon

Tornadus
This is a Level-50 Flying-Type Pokemon which is weak to Electric, Ice, and Rock Type.

Landorus
This is a Level-50 Ground-Type/Flying-Type Pokemon which is weak to Ice and Water.

Thundurus
This is a Level-50 Electric-Type/Flying-Type Pokemon which is weak to Ice and Rock.

Evelyn

Double Battle Pokemon

Pachirisu
This is a Level-50 Electric-Type Pokemon which is weak to Ground-Type.

Primeape
This is a Level-50 Fighting-Type Pokemon which is weak to Flying-Type, Psychic-Type, and Fairy-Type.

Lumineon
This is a Level-50 Water-Type Pokemon which is weak to Grass-Type and Electric-Type.

Persian
This is a Level-50 Normal-Type Pokemon which is weak to Fighting-Type.

Super Double Battle Pokemon

Latios
This is a Level-50 Dragon-Type/Psychic-Type Pokemon which is weak to Ice, Bug, Ghost, Dragon, Dark, and Fairy.

Suicune
This is a Level-50 Water-Type Pokemon which is weak to Grass-Type and Electric-Type.

Raikou
This is a Level-50 Electric-Type Pokemon which is weak to Ground-Type.

Entei
This is a Level-50 Fire-Type Pokemon which is weak to Water, Ground, and Rock Types.

Dana

Triple Battle Pokemon

Magcargo
This is a Level-50 Fire-Type/Rock-Type Pokemon which is weak to Water, Ground, Fighting, and Rock Types.

Whimsicott
This is a Level-50 Grass-Type/Fairy-Type Pokemon which is weak to Poison, Fire, Ice, Flying, and Steel Types.

Girafarig
This is a Level-50 Normal-Type/Psychic Pokemon which is weak to Bug and Dark Types.

Piloswine
This is a Level-50 Ice-Type/Ground Pokemon which is weak to Fire, Water, Grass, Fighting, and Steel Types.

Dragalge
This is a Level-50 Poison-Type/Dragon Pokemon which is weak to Ice, Ground, Psychic, and Dragon Types.

Magneton
This is a Level-50 Electric-Type/Steel-Type Pokemon which is weak to Ground, Fire, and Fighting Types.

Super Triple Battle Pokemon

Articuno
This is a Level-50 Ice-Type/Flying-Type Pokemon which is weak to Rock, fire, electric, and steel types.

Zapdos
This is a Level-50 electric-type/flying-type Pokemon which is weak to ice and rock types.

Moltres
This is a Level-50 fire-Type/flying-type Pokemon which is weak to rock, water, and electric types.

Registeel
This is a Level-50 steel-Type Pokemon which is weak to fire, fighting, and ground types.

Regice
This is a Level-50 ice-Type Pokemon which is weak to fire, fighting, rock, and steel types.

Regirock
This is a Level-50 rock-Type Pokemon which is weak to water, grass, fighting, ground, and steel types.

Morgan

Rotation Battle Pokemon

Klefki
This is a Level-50 normal-Type/fairy-type Pokemon which is weak to fire and electric attacks.

Swalot
This is a Level-50 poison-Type Pokemon which is weak to ground and psychic types.

Mantine
This is a Level-50 water-Type/Flying-type Pokemon which is weak to electric and rock types.

Sawsbuck
This is a Level-50 grass-Type Pokemon which is weak to fire, fighting, ice, poison and bug types.

Super Rotation Battle Pokemon

Latias
This is a Level-50 dragon-Type/psychic Pokemon which is weak to ice, bug, ghost, dragon, dark, and fairy types.

Virizion
This is a Level-50 grass-Type/Fighting-Type Pokemon which is weak to flying, fire, ice, poison, psychic, and fairy types.

Terrakion
This is a Level-50 rock-Type/fighting-type Pokemon which is weak to water, grass, fighting, ground, psychic, steel, and fairty types.

Cobalion
This is a Level-50 steel-Type/fighting-type Pokemon which is weak to fire, fighting, and ground type attacks.

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