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Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 walkthrough, Part Thirty: Celestial Tower

Updated on June 19, 2013
Black 2 or White 2?
Uncommon (none on second floor)
Uncommon (none on second floor)

Ground Floor

Pokémon games love to flirt with the concept of poke-death via graveyards, and Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 are no exceptions. While exploring north of Mistralton City you'll likely come across the somber Celestial Tower, and its inhabitants want to share a small piece of their misery with you.

Celestial Tower is entirely optional. There's no need to visit if you're in a hurry. You should, however, at least pay a visit to the bottom floor. Professor Juniper will be here, and if you talk to her she'll hand over a valuable and rare Lucky Egg. Lucky Eggs are among the best items in any Pokémon game, as they'll grant their poke-bearers experience-and-a-half after a successful battle. Combine this with Audino combat on one of the Routes for massive experience boosts.

Though the Lucky Egg is probably the most important reason to visit Celestial Tower, there's still plenty more to see if you ascend. Prep your best dark-type pokémon and prepare for a lot of ghostly encounters on the way to the top.

(NOTE: I'm not absolutely certain of this, but you may not be able to get Professor Juniper's Lucky Egg later if you fail to get it now. She leaves Celestial Tower shortly. Save yourself the pain of wondering and grab it before you beat Mistralton Gym!)

Second Floor

Once you reach the second floor you'll start running into ghostly wild pokémon, so be prepared. You'll also find a bunch of oddball trainers sitting amid the gravestones, the first of which is near the entrance stairs.

Psychic Joyce

  • Musharna, level 36

Reward: 1152 Pokedollars

To the left of the psychich is a Hyper Potion on the floor. Grab it and head back to the east to find another item ball watched over by a trainer.

School Kid Alberta

  • Litwick, level 35

Reward: 700 Pokedollars

The item ball is TM61 Will-O-Wisp. This awesome move will allow you to inflict burn status on enemy pokémon, reducing their physical attack power and doing damage each turn that's greater than a normal poisoning. A great move to give any viable pokémon.

If you approach the exit stairs from the east you'll run into another trainer.

Pokefan Jude

  • Clefairy, level 35

Reward: 2240 Pokedollars

That's all for this floor. Head up the stairs.

Third Floor

You'll emerge in the north of the third floor. To your left and right are trainers; you'll have to face at least the woman to proceed.

Pokefan Georgia

  • Cubchoo, level 36

Reward: 2240 Pokedollars

Psychic Bryce

  • Elgyem, level 35
  • Duosion, level 35

Reward: 1120 Pokedollars

Walking along the path just to the south of the woman is another trainer.

Psychic Micki

  • Espeon, level 36

Reward: 1152 Pokedollars

To the left of this psychic is a Revive. Grab it and proceed south through the gravestones. To the right of the stairs is a trainer whom you'll find to be a welcome sight, as she's a nurse who will heal your pokémon - if you can beat her.

Nurse Dixie

  • Leavanny, level 35

Reward: 1400 pokedollars

Another floor down. Heal your team and proceed upstairs.

Fourth Floor

To your west when you emerge is a trainer waiting to take you on. She has a ton of money, so don't fail to bring her down.

Socialite Grace

  • Roselia, level 35

Reward: 7000 Pokedollars

Just to the north is a PP Up. Grab it, then head to the east. as you try to pass the old man he'll turn to face you, forcing a battle (and another opportunity to gouge the rich for their cash).

Gentleman Daniel

  • Umbreon, level 35

Reward: 7000 Pokedollars

Further east of here is a psychic watching over an item ball.

Psychic Sarah

  • Yamask, level 35
  • Gothorita, level 35

Reward: 1120 Pokedollars

The item behind her is TM65 Shadow Claw, another awesome move that's great for wrecking psychic- and ghost-type pokémon with relative ease. (Shame you didn't find it at the bottom of the tower instead.) Grab it and head for the stairs in the north.


There's not much to see on the roof at this point (though there will be more in the future, after you beat the main game). For now, content yourself by pulling out your Dowsing Machine and checking the left side of the raised stage bearing the bell. Hidden on the ground is a Ghost Gem.

That's all for the psychically-charged Celestial Tower. If you haven't gone ahead with it already, now's your chance to take on Skyla, leader of the Mistralton Gym. Hop to it!


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