How do I get to the top of the Black Tower in Pokemon Black 2?

How do I get to the top of the Black Tower in Pokemon Black 2?

It can be accessed after Black Tower is unlocked with the Unova Link’s Key System. If a player of Black 2 clears Area 5 of the Black Tower, that player can send the Tower Key to White 2 players, granting them access to Black City, and consequently, the Black Tower.

How many areas are there in Black Tower Black 2?

ten areas
There are ten areas in total. All areas and trainers will be randomly selected (Except Boss Trainers). Challenging the same area twice will give you two different results. Pokemon you face can vary from level 45-80, depending on the area you challenge.

How do you get the tower key in Pokemon Black 2?

They can be unlocked in the opposite game if certain conditions are met. After completing the five areas of Black Tower in Black 2, the player will be rewarded with the Tower Key (Japanese: まてんろうのカギ Skyscraper Key). This can be transferred to White 2, which will unlock access to Black City.

How do you get a shiny Gible in Pokemon Black 2?

You can only get it if you have Black 2. In Pokemon Black 2, after the player defeats Benga at the Black Tower in the Black City, Benga returns to Alder’s house, and will give the player a Shiny Gible.

Can you get shiny Dratini in Black 2?

Dratini or Gible After defeating Banjirou at Black Tower or White Treehollow, travel to Alder’s House in Floccesy Town. There, Benga will give you a Shiny Gible if you’re playing Pokemon Black 2, or a Shiny Dratini if you’re playing Pokemon White 2. Both Pokemon will be at Level 1 and holding an EXP.

When can I get Black City Black 2?

To access Black City, you must be playing Black 2 or have obtained the Tower Key from a Black 2 player. To reach the actual city, you can head south from Undella Town and traverse Route 14 to get here.

How rare is a shiny in Pokemon Black?

1 in 8192
Shiny Pokemon are very rare and can be found randomly in the wild. The chances of running into a shiny Pokemon is 1 in 8192! If you see one, make sure you catch it!