Written By: Deezlink
Version 1.50 – Updated the berry route location, I put 205 instead of 208. I must be losing my mind. 😛 Added more info and fixed some mistakes I had. Neoseeker now hosts my guide, too.
Version 1.25 – Wow, I completely forgot that the “Drawing Board” is called Dot Artist. I changed that (after some friendly e-mail’s :P) and added a few other blurbs about Poketch Applications.
Version 1.0 – Added all of the Applications I’m 100% positive you can get in this game. All I need now are to write even more tips for getting the full experience of the Poketch. 😛
Version 0.7 – Added even more Applications. Just found out some can only be gotten in Nintendo Events.
Version 0.4 – Added applications because I found some more. 😛
I think there is more out there, and I’ll be looking.
Version 0.2 – Added the missing info that I found. I added Application 11-17, and am going to add on more info to 17. Still trying to beat Pearl and find more, but I’ll use my brothers game to figure this stuff out.
Version 0.1 – Added 1-10 of the Poketch Tools, Still need to find out some info, Guide Created. It’s my first, so cut me some slack. 😛
With every new Pokemon game comes something new. All those that remember Silver can recall a Cell Phone Radio like device that was cut from Ruby and Sapphire. While it did disappear, it came back in Diamond and Pearl, under a new name. That name, is called the Poketch.
But what is the Poketch?
The Poketch is a device that is acquired somewhat early in the game. To get it, when you go to Jubilife City, when you attempt to walk past the school, a man will stop and offer you a Poketch if you find the three clowns.
One is in front of the door to the TV Station, one is outside of the Poketch Company building, and the last is behind the Pokemon Center. It has useful functions (such as time) that can aid you as you are playing. But, you do not start out with all of them. You need to find them throughout the game. Although they are not very well hidden, you can easily skip them. This guide will explain where they are, what they are, and some tips to using the Poketch. I finally got what seems to be all of the Applications listed (as well as some AR help :P) so if there are any more, let me know.
To change Poketch applications, click the big red button on the side. If you want to skip to a certain one without clicking, waiting, and clicking again, click it multiple times to see a number of what tool you are on.
What the tools are and how to get them. They are in the ordered of the numbers the Poketch displays them as.
First, you need to have beaten the Pokémon League and seen all 150 Pokémon in the Sinnoh Dex. After completing these things head over to Professor Rowan’s house, where none other than Professor Oak, from the Kanto region, will greet you.
Apart from, how do you get a Snorunt in Pokemon Pearl?
As a result, what is Pokeradar in Pokemon Diamond? The PokéRadar allows you to guarantee a Wild Pokémon appearence. However with the National Dex in your possession you will be able to find Pokémon that aren’t in the Sinnoh Dex. The way the PokéRadar works is that when you use it in Grass without your bike, you will see the grass start to rustle.
Above, how do you get the National Pokedex in Pearl?
Getting the National Dex You’ll want to fly over to Celestic Town and visit Cynthia’s grandmother again. She’ll show you a picture of either Dialga or Palkia (depending on which version of the game you’re playing). They will then be added to your Pokedex.
How do you get Bagon in Pokemon Pearl?