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==Attracting customers==
 
==Attracting customers==
The amount of [[Non-player character|NPC]] fans visiting daily increases with the rank of Join Avenue. These typically yield less popularity points than the avatars of other players. Occasionally, visitors will give the player an [[item]] when engaged.
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The amount of [[Non-player character|NPC]] fans visiting daily increases with the rank of Join Avenue. These typically yield less popularity points than the avatars of other players. Occasionally, visitors will give the player a souvenir [[item]] when engaged.
   
 
To get the avatar of another player to visit Join Avenue, the player can do the following:
 
To get the avatar of another player to visit Join Avenue, the player can do the following:
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* {{tc|Ace Trainer|Ace Trainer {{female}}}} Jacci (Japanese: イチミ ''Ichimi''), initial resident.
 
* {{tc|Ace Trainer|Ace Trainer {{female}}}} Jacci (Japanese: イチミ ''Ichimi''), initial resident.
 
:''"Leave registration to me!"''
 
:''"Leave registration to me!"''
:Can check avenue status, change avenue name (under usual [[List of censored words in Pokémon Black and White Versions|restrictions]]), change player's avenue title, and change various phrases. Some of these options will be inaccessible before certain ranks are reached.
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:Can check avenue status, change player's avenue title, change various phrases, and (after reaching Rank 10) change avenue name (under usual [[List of censored words in Pokémon Black and White Versions|restrictions]]).
 
* Ace Trainer {{male}} Future (Japanese: ミライ ''Mirai''), initial resident.
 
* Ace Trainer {{male}} Future (Japanese: ミライ ''Mirai''), initial resident.
 
:''"Ask me about shops!"''
 
:''"Ask me about shops!"''
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:Can heal the player's Pokémon.
 
:Can heal the player's Pokémon.
   
The roles of these assistants can be swapped at will (as mentioned above), and after reaching Rank 8, they can be replaced by visiting avatars of other players.
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The roles of these assistants can be swapped at will (as mentioned above), and after reaching Rank 8, they can be replaced by visiting avatars of other players that the player is able to recruit.
   
 
In addition, NPCs will start residing in the players office and on the avenue, as Join Avenue's rank increases. These will ask the player multiple-choice questions concerning personal information and preferences. The answers given will be used to determine various outcomes when players interact with each other in Join Avenue. One of these NPCs, namely the man residing in the player's office wearing a black suit and shades, does not follow this pattern, and will instead provide some information about the current shop owners in the player's avenue - this applies only to the avatars of other players owning a shop, as the man will have no information about regular NPC fans.
 
In addition, NPCs will start residing in the players office and on the avenue, as Join Avenue's rank increases. These will ask the player multiple-choice questions concerning personal information and preferences. The answers given will be used to determine various outcomes when players interact with each other in Join Avenue. One of these NPCs, namely the man residing in the player's office wearing a black suit and shades, does not follow this pattern, and will instead provide some information about the current shop owners in the player's avenue - this applies only to the avatars of other players owning a shop, as the man will have no information about regular NPC fans.
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By recommending a shop to an appropriate visitor, the shop's popularity will increase. Popularity determines the overall rank of Join Avenue, which influences the prices of Join Avenue services. It also determines the individual rank of the recommended shop, which determines the services it provides. A shop starts at Rank 1 and will stop increasing in rank afer reaching Rank 10, although it will still receive popularity points, affecting the overall rank of Join Avenue. All shops change appearance and name when reaching Rank 4, and again at Rank 8.
 
By recommending a shop to an appropriate visitor, the shop's popularity will increase. Popularity determines the overall rank of Join Avenue, which influences the prices of Join Avenue services. It also determines the individual rank of the recommended shop, which determines the services it provides. A shop starts at Rank 1 and will stop increasing in rank afer reaching Rank 10, although it will still receive popularity points, affecting the overall rank of Join Avenue. All shops change appearance and name when reaching Rank 4, and again at Rank 8.
   
There are eight different types of shops, but some variation in terms of services provided is also found within most shop types, depending on the shop owner. For example, {{tc|Scientist|Scientist {{female}}}} Anneli and {{tc|Pokémon Ranger|Pokémon Ranger {{female}}}} Jenna can both open Dojos, but provide different services. Similarly, Flower Shops offer type-resistant [[Berry#List of Berries 3|Berries]], but one would need all four variations of the shop in order to collect each type of Berry.
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There are eight different types of shops, but some variation in terms of services provided is also found within most shop types, depending on the shop owner. For example, {{tc|Scientist|Scientist {{female}}}} Anneli and {{tc|Pokémon Ranger|Pokémon Ranger {{female}}}} Jenna can both open Dojos, but provide different services. Similarly, Flower Shops offer type-resistant [[Berry#List of Berries 3|Berries]], but one would need all four variations of the shop in order to collect each type of these Berries.
   
Any service provided by a shop can only be provided once per day, unless the shop's rank goes up, in which case it will refresh.
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Any service provided by a shop can only be provided once per day, unless the shop's rank goes up, in which case it will refresh. When Raffle Shops and Antique Shops are refreshed in this manner, their outcomes will not change.
   
 
===Raffle Shop===
 
===Raffle Shop===
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:''"I would want to make everyone excited."''
 
:''"I would want to make everyone excited."''
   
'''Raffle Shops''' (Japanese: '''くじびきや''' ''Lottery Shop'') provide a free, daily raffle as its only service, where the player wins a random prize. The chance of getting a greater prize increases with the rank of the shop.
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A '''Raffle Shop''' (Japanese: '''くじびきや''' ''Lottery Shop'') provides a free, daily raffle as its only service, where the player wins a random prize. The chance of getting a greater prize increases with the rank of the shop.
   
 
There are no service variations between Raffle Shops.
 
There are no service variations between Raffle Shops.
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{| align="left" style="background: #{{locationcolor/light|building}}; {{roundy}}; border: 3px solid #{{locationcolor/med|building}}"
 
{| align="left" style="background: #{{locationcolor/light|building}}; {{roundy}}; border: 3px solid #{{locationcolor/med|building}}"
 
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| {{Bag|Master Ball}}
 
| {{Bag|Master Ball}}
 
| [[Master Ball]]
 
| [[Master Ball]]
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
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| align="center" | 2
 
| {{Bag|Rare Candy}}
 
| {{Bag|Rare Candy}}
 
| {{DL|Vitamin|Rare Candy}}
 
| {{DL|Vitamin|Rare Candy}}
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| Third place
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| align="center" | 3
 
| {{Bag|PP Max}}
 
| {{Bag|PP Max}}
 
| {{DL|Vitamin|PP Max}}
 
| {{DL|Vitamin|PP Max}}
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| Fourth place
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| align="center" | 4
 
| {{Bag|PP Up}}
 
| {{Bag|PP Up}}
 
| {{DL|Vitamin|PP Up}}
 
| {{DL|Vitamin|PP Up}}
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| Fifth place
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| align="center" | 5
 
| {{Bag|Max Revive}}
 
| {{Bag|Max Revive}}
 
| {{DL|Revive|Max Revive}}
 
| {{DL|Revive|Max Revive}}
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| Sixth place
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| align="center" | 6
 
| {{Bag|Max Elixir}}
 
| {{Bag|Max Elixir}}
 
| {{DL|Ether|Max Elixir}}
 
| {{DL|Ether|Max Elixir}}
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| Seventh place
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| align="center" | 7
 
| {{Bag|Max Ether}}
 
| {{Bag|Max Ether}}
 
| {{DL|Ether|Max Ether}}
 
| {{DL|Ether|Max Ether}}
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| Eighth place
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| align="center" | 8
 
| {{Bag|Ultra Ball}}
 
| {{Bag|Ultra Ball}}
 
| {{DL|Poké Ball|Ultra Ball}}
 
| {{DL|Poké Ball|Ultra Ball}}
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| Ninth place
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| align="center" | 9
 
| {{Bag|Full Heal}}
 
| {{Bag|Full Heal}}
 
| {{DL|Status ailment healing item|Full Heal}}
 
| {{DL|Status ailment healing item|Full Heal}}
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
 
|- style="background:#FFF;"
| style="{{roundybl|5px}}" | Tenth place
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| style="{{roundybl|5px}}" align="center" | 10
 
| {{Bag|Berry Juice}}
 
| {{Bag|Berry Juice}}
 
| style="{{roundybr|5px}}" | {{DL|Drink|Berry Juice}}
 
| style="{{roundybr|5px}}" | {{DL|Drink|Berry Juice}}
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:''"I would want to make people's Pokémon more beautiful."''
 
:''"I would want to make people's Pokémon more beautiful."''
   
'''Beauty Salons''' (Japanese: '''びようしつ''' ''Beauty Parlor'') offes various services increasing a {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}'s [[friendship]] and lowering its [[effort values]].
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A '''Beauty Salon''' (Japanese: '''びようしつ''' ''Beauty Parlor'') offers various services increasing a {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}'s [[friendship]] and lowering its [[effort values]].
   
 
There are two variations of Beauty Salons in terms of services provided.
 
There are two variations of Beauty Salons in terms of services provided.
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:''"I would want to train people's Pokémon and make them strong."''
 
:''"I would want to train people's Pokémon and make them strong."''
   
'''Dojos''' (Japanese: '''どうじょう''' ''Dojo'') offer various services increasing a {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}'s [[effort values]] and [[level]].
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A '''Dojo''' (Japanese: '''どうじょう''' ''Dojo'') offers various services increasing a {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}'s [[effort values]] and [[level]].
   
 
There are four variations of Dojos in terms of services provided.
 
There are four variations of Dojos in terms of services provided.
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:''"I would want to collect a lot of things and surprise everyone."''
 
:''"I would want to collect a lot of things and surprise everyone."''
   
'''Markets''' (Japanese: '''マーケット''' ''Market'') sell various items, mainly in large batches at a discount. Some of these items are not sold in regular [[Poké Mart]]s.
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A '''Market''' (Japanese: '''マーケット''' ''Market'') sells various items, mainly in large batches at a discount. Some of these items are not sold in regular [[Poké Mart]]s.
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There are four variations of Markets in terms of services provided.
 
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<!--Selection of one of four Rank 10 shops:
 
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Revive x48 (かけら Set 4)
 
Revive x48 (かけら Set 4)
 
Max Repel x48 (Spray Set 4)-->
 
Max Repel x48 (Spray Set 4)-->
 
There are four variations of Markets in terms of services provided.
 
   
 
===Flower Shop===
 
===Flower Shop===
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:''"I would want to help everyone relax with beautiful flowers."''
 
:''"I would want to help everyone relax with beautiful flowers."''
   
'''Flower Shops''' (Japanese: '''はなや''' ''Florist'') sell {{Berries}} and [[Mulch]].
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A '''Flower Shop''' (Japanese: '''はなや''' ''Florist'') sells {{Berries}} and [[Mulch]].
   
 
There are four variations of Flower Shops in terms of services provided.
 
There are four variations of Flower Shops in terms of services provided.
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:''"I would want to collect unique items and surprise everyone."''
 
:''"I would want to collect unique items and surprise everyone."''
   
'''Antique Shops''' (Japanese: '''ふるどうぐや''' ''Secondhand Store'') sell items which are appraised by the shop owner after purchasing, granting the player a surprise item such as an [[evolutionary stone]] or a {{DL|Type-enhancing item|Hard Stone}}.
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An '''Antique Shop''' (Japanese: '''ふるどうぐや''' ''Secondhand Store'') sells various unidentified items which are appraised by the shop owner after purchasing, granting the player a {{DL|Type-enhancing item|Hard Stone}} or a surprise item, such as an [[evolutionary stone]].
   
 
There are no service variations between Antique Shops.
 
There are no service variations between Antique Shops.
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:''"I would want to make delicious meals for Pokémon and make them happy."''
 
:''"I would want to make delicious meals for Pokémon and make them happy."''
   
'''Cafés''' (Japanese: '''カフェ''' ''Café'') offer various services increasing a {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}'s [[friendship]], [[effort values]], and [[level]].
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A '''Café''' (Japanese: '''カフェ''' ''Café'') offers various services increasing a {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}'s [[friendship]], [[effort values]], and [[level]].
   
 
There are two variations of Cafés in terms of services provided.
 
There are two variations of Cafés in terms of services provided.
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There are no service variations between Nurseries.
 
There are no service variations between Nurseries.
   
Nurseries are initially inaccessible. Once unlocked by defeating the {{pkmn|Champion}} and reaching Rank 15, certain compatible shop owners (such as {{tc|Hiker}} Jaylen or {{tc|Nurse}} Jess) can change their shop into a Nursery.
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Nurseries are initially inaccessible. Once unlocked, by defeating the {{pkmn|Champion}} and reaching Rank 15, certain compatible visitors (such as {{tc|Hiker}} Jaylen or {{tc|Nurse}} Jess) will change shop type, meaning that they will ask to open a Nursery upon invitation, rather than their previous shop type. In the event that such a character is already residing in Join Avenue with their initial shop type, the player can change that shop into a Nursery.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==

Revision as of 11:39, 15 November 2012

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Reason: Shop items and services, souvenir items, and rank information.

Join Avenue ジョインアベニュー
Join Avenue
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
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Map description: A big avenue that keeps developing as you communicate with more people.
Location: Between Route 4 and Nimbasa City
Region: Unova
Generations: V
Unova Join Avenue Map.png
Location of Join Avenue in Unova.
Pokémon world locations
The entrance to Join Avenue in Black 2

Join Avenue (Japanese: ジョインアベニュー Join Avenue) is a building introduced in Pokémon Black and White 2. It is located between Route 4 and Nimbasa City, replacing Nimbasa Gate which was previously there.

Initially, Join Avenue is an empty building, as it is the player's task to invite visitors, making them residents. These visitors are NPCs visiting daily, known as the player's fans, or avatars of other players which have been registered by the player's game. Visitors can be invited to open their own dream shop or recommended to visit another shop on Join Avenue, increasing its popularity if the customer is satisfied. Exclamations akin to those appearing in the streets of Castelia City can be seen in Join Avenue.

Join Avenue
An avenue that grows as you deepen
exchanges with other people.

Attracting customers

The amount of NPC fans visiting daily increases with the rank of Join Avenue. These typically yield less popularity points than the avatars of other players. Occasionally, visitors will give the player a souvenir item when engaged.

To get the avatar of another player to visit Join Avenue, the player can do the following:

  • Register the player on the C-Gear's Tag Log
  • Have a battle or trade with the player (both wireless and Wi-Fi are included)
  • Have a person leave a footprint at the player's Dream World house

Assistants

Assistants will reside in the player's office, providing various services. This is a list of the assistants that the player can gain:

"Leave registration to me!"
Can check avenue status, change player's avenue title, change various phrases, and (after reaching Rank 10) change avenue name (under usual restrictions).
  • Ace Trainer Future (Japanese: ミライ Mirai), initial resident.
"Ask me about shops!"
Can tell a perfect shop for the player, letting the player choose from a list of different types of shops. The length of this list increases with the rank of Join Avenue, ultimately containing all eight shop types.
  • Scientist Gardner (Japanese: パソキチ Pasokichi), reward from the owner upon reaching Rank 2.
"Let me organize everything!"
Can move the player's Pokémon in the Pokémon Storage System, show various statistics about the player and residing avatars of other players, change the roles of assistants, and change the physical order of shops in the avenue. After reaching Rank 6, this assistant can also change the appearance of the avenue's neon arch between four styles: Star Orange, Aurora Purple, Cloud Light Blue, and Stone Green.
  • Nurse Elethia (Japanese: チュ Chu), reward from the owner upon reaching Rank 4.
"Leave Pokémon healing to me!"
Can heal the player's Pokémon.

The roles of these assistants can be swapped at will (as mentioned above), and after reaching Rank 8, they can be replaced by visiting avatars of other players that the player is able to recruit.

In addition, NPCs will start residing in the players office and on the avenue, as Join Avenue's rank increases. These will ask the player multiple-choice questions concerning personal information and preferences. The answers given will be used to determine various outcomes when players interact with each other in Join Avenue. One of these NPCs, namely the man residing in the player's office wearing a black suit and shades, does not follow this pattern, and will instead provide some information about the current shop owners in the player's avenue - this applies only to the avatars of other players owning a shop, as the man will have no information about regular NPC fans.

Shops

Shops are created when inviting a visitor to open one. Join Avenue can contain a maximum of eight shops at a time, shops being replaceable when this limit is reached.

By recommending a shop to an appropriate visitor, the shop's popularity will increase. Popularity determines the overall rank of Join Avenue, which influences the prices of Join Avenue services. It also determines the individual rank of the recommended shop, which determines the services it provides. A shop starts at Rank 1 and will stop increasing in rank afer reaching Rank 10, although it will still receive popularity points, affecting the overall rank of Join Avenue. All shops change appearance and name when reaching Rank 4, and again at Rank 8.

There are eight different types of shops, but some variation in terms of services provided is also found within most shop types, depending on the shop owner. For example, Scientist Anneli and Pokémon Ranger Jenna can both open Dojos, but provide different services. Similarly, Flower Shops offer type-resistant Berries, but one would need all four variations of the shop in order to collect each type of these Berries.

Any service provided by a shop can only be provided once per day, unless the shop's rank goes up, in which case it will refresh. When Raffle Shops and Antique Shops are refreshed in this manner, their outcomes will not change.

Raffle Shop

Visitor wanting to open a Raffle Shop:

"I would want to make everyone excited."

A Raffle Shop (Japanese: くじびきや Lottery Shop) provides a free, daily raffle as its only service, where the player wins a random prize. The chance of getting a greater prize increases with the rank of the shop.

There are no service variations between Raffle Shops.

Raffle Shop prizes

No. Item
1 Master Ball Master Ball
2 Rare Candy Rare Candy
3 PP Max PP Max
4 PP Up PP Up
5 Max Revive Max Revive
6 Max Elixir Max Elixir
7 Max Ether Max Ether
8 Ultra Ball Ultra Ball
9 Full Heal Full Heal
10 Berry Juice Berry Juice

Beauty Salon

Visitor wanting to open a Beauty Salon:

"I would want to make people's Pokémon more beautiful."

A Beauty Salon (Japanese: びようしつ Beauty Parlor) offers various services increasing a Pokémon's friendship and lowering its effort values.

There are two variations of Beauty Salons in terms of services provided.

Dojo

Visitor wanting to open a Dojo:

"I would want to train people's Pokémon and make them strong."

A Dojo (Japanese: どうじょう Dojo) offers various services increasing a Pokémon's effort values and level.

There are four variations of Dojos in terms of services provided.

Market

Visitor wanting to open a Market:

"I would want to collect a lot of things and surprise everyone."

A Market (Japanese: マーケット Market) sells various items, mainly in large batches at a discount. Some of these items are not sold in regular Poké Marts.

There are four variations of Markets in terms of services provided.

Flower Shop

Visitor wanting to open a Flower Shop:

"I would want to help everyone relax with beautiful flowers."

A Flower Shop (Japanese: はなや Florist) sells Berries and Mulch.

There are four variations of Flower Shops in terms of services provided.

Items sold

This is a list of the items available for purchase in Rank 10 Flower Shops. The listed prices decrease as Join Avenue's rank increases. A, B, C, and D represent the four variations of Flower Shops.

Item Price A B C D
Pomeg Berry Pomeg Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png3000
Kelpsy Berry Kelpsy Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png3000
Qualot Berry Qualot Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png3000
Hondew Berry Hondew Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png3000
Grepa Berry Grepa Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png3000
Tamato Berry Tamato Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png3000
Liechi Berry Liechi Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Ganlon Berry Ganlon Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Salac Berry Salac Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Petaya Berry Petaya Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Apicot Berry Apicot Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Occa Berry Occa Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Passho Berry Passho Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Wacan Berry Wacan Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Rindo Berry Rindo Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Yache Berry Yache Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Chople Berry Chople Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Kebia Berry Kebia Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Shuca Berry Shuca Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Coba Berry Coba Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Payapa Berry Payapa Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Tanga Berry Tanga Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Charti Berry Charti Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Kasib Berry Kasib Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Haban Berry Haban Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Colbur Berry Colbur Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Babiri Berry Babiri Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Chilan Berry Chilan Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png2000
Leppa Berry Leppa Berry x1 PokémonDollar.png1500
Razz Berry Razz Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png600
Bluk Berry Bluk Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png600
Lum Berry Lum Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png800
Sitrus Berry Sitrus Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png800
Persim Berry Persim Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png600
Aspear Berry Aspear Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png600
Oran Berry Oran Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png600
Chesto Berry Chesto Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png600
Pecha Berry Pecha Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png600
Rawst Berry Rawst Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png600
Cheri Berry Cheri Berry x4 PokémonDollar.png600
Gooey Mulch Gooey Mulch x4 PokémonDollar.png1600
Damp Mulch Damp Mulch x4 PokémonDollar.png1600
Growth Mulch Growth Mulch x4 PokémonDollar.png1600
Stable Mulch Stable Mulch x4 PokémonDollar.png1600

Antique Shop

Visitor wanting to open an Antique Shop:

"I would want to collect unique items and surprise everyone."

An Antique Shop (Japanese: ふるどうぐや Secondhand Store) sells various unidentified items which are appraised by the shop owner after purchasing, granting the player a Hard Stone or a surprise item, such as an evolutionary stone.

There are no service variations between Antique Shops.

Café

Visitor wanting to open a Café:

"I would want to make delicious meals for Pokémon and make them happy."

A Café (Japanese: カフェ Café) offers various services increasing a Pokémon's friendship, effort values, and level.

There are two variations of Cafés in terms of services provided.

Nursery

Nurseries (Japanese: ほいくじょ Nursery) offer various services that make Eggs hatch faster.

There are no service variations between Nurseries.

Nurseries are initially inaccessible. Once unlocked, by defeating the Champion and reaching Rank 15, certain compatible visitors (such as Hiker Jaylen or Nurse Jess) will change shop type, meaning that they will ask to open a Nursery upon invitation, rather than their previous shop type. In the event that such a character is already residing in Join Avenue with their initial shop type, the player can change that shop into a Nursery.

Trivia

  • Like other in-game features depending on the DS clock, Join Avenue will be interrupted for a day if any changes are made to the date or time settings of the DS system in use (including those caused by changing to another DS system).
  • Raffle Shops are the only places the player can get a Master Ball outside of the main story without interaction with other players in Generation V.
  • All NPC fans visiting Join Avenue have names beginning with letters J or A, in reference to the location's name.
    • Furthermore, their overworld sprite appearances are limited to those available on Trainer cards.

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Galerie Concorde
Germany Flag.png German Einklangspassage
Italy Flag.png Italian Galleria Solidarietà
South Korea Flag.png Korean 조인애버뉴 Join Avenue
Spain Flag.png Spanish Galería Unión



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