Be extra careful of the rampant scams and illegal transactions for Robux or real currency!

Trade Resort is an exclusive place in Pokémon Brick Bronze where players can trade with each other. It can be accessed through the Recreational Teleportation Device, which is given by Rival Jake once player acquires the Arc Badge from Silvent Gym. The Trade Resort is on a beach that is decorated with a few boats, a dock and a big club with PCs, where many players meet to trade.


How To Trade

The Trade Resort is the only place where players in Pokémon Brick Bronze can trade with other players. Requests can be sent by any person to any other person by clicking on their name or by clicking on their avatar. Additionally, the player can send as many requests as they would wish to anyone in order to start a trade, although this does not guarantee a trade — both players must agree, much like starting a battle in Battle Colosseum.

Once a trade begins, both players can trade to a max of 4 Pokémon or Eggs in a single trade. Once both players have clicked the "Ready" button, the "Trade" button will appear above the 2 columns. When that button is clicked as well by both players, the trade will be executed and both players will get their new Pokémon or Eggs if any. If a player tries to trade all of his or her remaining team without receiving any actual Pokémon, the player cannot press "Trade", as his or her team would be completely empty. Pokémon Eggs do not count as a member in the team.

Note: The Starter Pokémon chosen before the player starts his or her journey cannot be traded. If players wish to trade away Starter Pokémon, they must be either bred or purchased from the Pokémon Lab in Mitis Town for 25 Robux. Also be warned that Z-Crystals held by Pokémon automatically return to player's bag when traded.

Trading Rules

Trading Rules

The board of trading rules set up at the Trade Resort.

While trading can be useful for acquiring new Pokémon for filling up the Pokédex or for constructing players' teams, it can also be incredibly risky as well. In order to keep safe from potential scammers or greedy players who wish to steal Pokémon, it is important to follow these rules:

  1. DO NOT sell Pokémon for Robux or real currency.
  2. DO NOT trade Pokémon with anyone and expect to get the traded Pokémon back.
  3. DO NOT allow another person to "middle man". This refers to the act of allowing another player to hold the trade Pokémon and then transfer them to the person of interest later.

If a player is scammed due to a violation of the afore-mentioned rules, Admins will not help the scammed player to get his or her Pokémon back. Furthermore, scamming and violation of illegal transaction, which refers to Trading Rules 1 and 3, shall lead to punishments including a ban by the Developers if there is sufficient evidence reported to them. Due to the extremely rampant scams done via trading Pokémon Eggs, as of Version 0.15.3b update on 11th November, 2017, Pokémon Eggs have their sprites of the actual Pokémon revealed. This also reveals if the Pokémon is Shiny or not.

Trade Evolutions

Some Pokémon may only evolve after being traded, so going to the Trade Resort is necessary to evolve these Pokémon. Some Pokémon may have to hold an item in order to evolve after being traded.

Note: It is not recommended to trade with random strangers. Always trade with a trustworthy person, such as a close friend in real life or family member. Trading with an alternate account is permitted, for maximum security. It is HIGHLY recommended to take screenshots and send them to Game Director Lando64000 in case of being scammed.

PokémonTypeImageHeld Item / ConditionsEvolved FormTypeImage
Boldore Rock Boldore Menu Sprite None Gigalith Rock Gigalith Menu Sprite
Kanto Form
Graveler-Kanto Menu Sprite Golem
Kanto Form
Golem-Kanto Menu Sprite
Alola Form
Graveler-Alola Menu Sprite Golem
Alola Form
Golem-Alola Menu Sprite
Gurdurr Fighting Gurdurr Menu Sprite Conkeldurr Fighting Conkeldurr Menu Sprite
Haunter Ghost
Haunter Menu Sprite Gengar Ghost
Gengar Menu Sprite
Kadabra Psychic Kadabra Menu Sprite Alakazam Psychic Alakazam Menu Sprite
Machoke Fighting Machoke Menu Sprite Machamp Fighting Machamp Menu Sprite
Phantump Ghost
Phantump Menu Sprite Trevenant Ghost
Trevenant Menu Sprite
Pumpkaboo Ghost
Pumpkaboo Menu Sprite Gourgeist Ghost
Gourgeist Menu Sprite
Onix Rock
Onix Menu Sprite Metal Coat
Metal Coat DW
Steelix Steel
Steelix Menu Sprite
Scyther Bug
Scyther Menu Sprite Scizor Bug
Scizor Menu Sprite
Poliwhirl Water Poliwhirl Menu Sprite King's Rock
King's Rock DW
Politoed Water Politoed Menu Sprite
Slowpoke Water
Slowpoke Menu Sprite Slowking Water
Slowking Menu Sprite
Feebas Water Feebas Menu Sprite Prism Scale
Prism Scale DW
Milotic Water Milotic Menu Sprite
Karrablast Bug Karrablast Menu Sprite Trade for Shelmet Escavalier Bug
Escavalier Menu Sprite
Shelmet Bug Shelmet Menu Sprite Trade for Karrablast Accelgor Bug Accelgor Menu Sprite
Seadra Water Seadra Menu Sprite Dragon Scale
Dragon Scale DW
Kingdra Water
Kingdra Menu Sprite
Porygon Normal Porygon Menu Sprite Up-Grade
Up-Grade DW
Porygon2 Normal Porygon2 Menu Sprite
Porygon2 Normal Porygon2 Menu Sprite Dubious Disc
Dubious Disc DW
Porygon-Z Normal Porygon-Z Menu Sprite
Clamperl Water Clamperl Menu Sprite Deep Sea Scale
Deep Sea Scale DW
Gorebyss Water Gorebyss Menu Sprite
Deep Sea Tooth
Deep Sea Tooth DW
Huntail Water Huntail Menu Sprite
Rhydon Ground
Rhydon Menu Sprite Protector
Protector DW
Rhyperior Ground
Rhyperior Menu Sprite
Dusclops Ghost Dusclops Menu Sprite Reaper Cloth
Reaper Cloth DW
Dusknoir Ghost Dusknoir Menu Sprite
Electabuzz Electric Electabuzz Menu Sprite Electirizer
Electirizer DW
Electivire Electric Electivire Menu Sprite
Magmar Fire Magmar Menu Sprite Magmarizer
Magmarizer DW
Magmortar Fire Magmortar Menu Sprite
Spritzee Fairy
Spritzee Menu Sprite
Sachet DW
Aromatisse Fairy
Aromatisse Menu Sprite
Swirlix Fairy
Swirlix Menu Sprite
Whipped Dream
Whipped Dream DW
Slurpuff Fairy
Slurpuff Menu Sprite


  • Trade Resort received a redesign from 2016 Christmas Event onward. For the duration of that event, the beach piled up with snow, while the ocean and Wailord were frozen. This winter theme makes a return in December, 2017.
  • The Trade Resort is vital for winning higher levels of rewards in Hobo's Lucky Lotto, as players need to trade in plenty of Outsider Pokémon from many different Trainers in order to get a better chance to score for more digits from the Lotto tickets using the Outsider Pokémon's Trainer IDs.
  • In one of the small caves added during the redesign, a skeleton wearing the brown binoculars named "Brighteyed Steampunk" lies undisturbed. "Brighteyed Steampunk" is one of the main accessories on Game Director Lando64000's avatar and is one of the most notable features of his character.

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