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Control—Control Room

Control Room コントロールルーム
Control Room
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The Control Room (Japanese: コントロールルーム) is Key and Eiji's base in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located in the Orange Area, on the Home key. It is available after completing #Zoroa Archipelago. It offers various options, customising your onscreen keyboard and the typing sounds, as well as Key offering advice about various levels. After investigating Reshiram or Zekrom, the credits can also be replayed here.

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Home—My Room

My Room じぶんのへや
My Room
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My Room (Japanese: じぶんのへや) is the player's home in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located in the Orange Area, on the Home key. It is available after completing #Alt Mountain Range. It is where their #Typist Card and #Research Notes are kept, as well as offering an option to save and quit.

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Shift—Shift Training

It is available from the beginning, but not accessible until after visiting #My Room once.

Fn—Rōmaji Function

It is available from the beginning, but not accessible until after visiting #My Room once.

Alt—Alt Mountain Range

It is the first course. Since the Pokémon on this course are not caught using Typing Balls, they are not counted in the Research Notes. The maximum score for this course is 35200.

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Shimama Common
000 Pokabu Common


X—Kamex Resort

It is available after visiting #My Room once. Since the Pokémon on this course are not caught using Typing Balls, they are not counted in the Research Notes. The maximum score for this course is 35200.

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Kamex Common
000 Swanna Common
000 Pururiru Blue Common
000 Maril Common


D—Digda Ridge

It is available after completing #Kamex Resort. Since the Pokémon on this course are not caught using Typing Balls, they are not counted in the Research Notes. The maximum score for this course is 287800.

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Digda Common
000 Dugtrio Rare
000 Moguryu Common


C—Chillarmy Coast

Minccino Coast チラーミィかいがん
Chillarmy Coast
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Chillarmy Coast (Japanese: チラーミィかいがん) is a training course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located in the Blue Area, on the C key. It is available after completing #Digda Ridge, or early by scoring 4000 points or more the first time #Kamex Resort is played. Since the Pokémon on this course are not caught using Typing Balls, they are not counted in the Research Notes. The maximum score for this course is 35200. It is a long beach where Pokémon roll balls with letters on. It is used to practice typing using the three fingers of each hand furthest from the thumb.

By typing in the letters on the balls, Pokémon pop out from them. Players may rarely find that instead of a Minccino, Panpour or Azurill, balls hide Vaporeon.

Medals

Bronze: Type the letters on the balls and keep going until the end!

Silver: Type the letters on 10 consecutive balls without making a mistake!

Gold: Type the letters on 20 consecutive balls without making a mistake!

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
572 Chillarmy Common
134 Showers Rare
515 Hiyape Common
298 Ruriri Common


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Space—Space Hiking

It is available after completing #Chillarmy Coast, or early by scoring 20000 points or more the first time #Kamex Resort is played, or by scoring 15000 points or more the first time #Digda Ridge is played. When the player first arrives, Key holds the course high score of 54000 points. Since the Pokémon on this course are not caught using Typing Balls, they are not counted in the Research Notes.

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Achamo Common
000 Iwark Common
000 Usokkie Common
000 Emonga Common
000 Onigoori Common
000 Kamex Common
000 Kimori Common
000 Ghost Common
000 Shikijika(Spring) Common
000 Jukain Common
000 Zoroa Common
000 Tamatama Common
000 Chillarmy Common
000 Digda Common
000 Nyarth Common
000 Buffalon Common
000 Hitokage Common
000 Beequeen Common
000 Victini Common
000 Pikachu Common
000 Fushigidane Common
000 Menokurage Common
000 Yukiwarashi Common
000 Rizardon Common
000 Lunatone Common
000 Waninoko Common


Tab—Infinite Tab Tab Road

It is available after investigating at least 30 Pokémon.

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Eneco Common
000 Enecororo ???
000 Elphoon Common
000 Kamonegi ???
000 Karakara ???
000 Garagara ???
000 Kibago ???
000 Kimawari Common
000 Kirikizan Common
000 Kirinriki ???
000 Kireihana Common
000 Kurumayu Common
000 Kurumiru Common
000 Graena Common
000 Koduck Common
000 Konohana ???
000 Komatana Common
000 Koratta Common
000 Koroboushi Common
000 Gothimille Common
000 Gothim Common
000 Gothilselle ???
000 Chevalgo ???
000 Janovy Common
000 Subomie ???
000 Zlug Common
000 Taneboh Common
000 Tabunne Common
000 Tamagetake Common
000 Cherimm Nega Common
000 Cherimm Pozi Common
000 Cherinbo Common
000 Chikorita Common
000 Churine Common
000 Choroneko Common
000 Chillarmy Common
000 Chillaccino Common
000 Tsutarja Common
000 Delvil Common
000 Togechick Common
000 Dokurog Common
000 Dredia ???
000 Nassy Common
000 Nyarth Common
000 Nyaruma Common
000 Hikozaru Common
000 Hinoarashi Common
000 Biriridama Common
000 Py Common
000 Pikachu Common
000 Pichu Common
000 Pippi Common
000 Bunyart ???
000 Plusle Common
000 Purin Common
000 Hellgar Common
000 Persian Common
000 Pochama Common
000 Popocco Common
000 Minun Common
000 Magmarashi Common
000 Marumine Common
000 Mijumaru Common
000 Minezumi Common
000 Muchul Common
000 Merreep Common
000 Morobareru Common
000 Monmen Common
000 Yanakey ???
000 Yanape Common
000 Uniran Common
000 Yorterrie Common
000 Lucky ???
000 Ratta Common
000 Ledian Common
000 Lepardeath Common
000 Roseraid ???


Z—Zoroa Archipelago

It is available after completing #Space Hiking. It is the first course which can be completed without getting a Bronze Medal. Until Serperior is caught for the first time, the player only needs to type in one syllable to capture Pokémon on this course.

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Zoroa Common
000 Kibago Common
000 Crab Common
000 Gothim Common
000 Tabunne Common
000 Nageki Common
000 Fushide Common
000 Purin Common
000 Mamepato Common
000 Maril Common
000 Munna Common
000 Monozu Common
000 Ruriri Common
000 Rarecoil Rare


S—Shikijika Park

It is available after completing #Zoroa Archipelago. Until Serperior is caught for the first time, the player only needs to type in two syllables to capture Pokémon on this course.

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Shikijika Common
000 Kinokoko Common
000 Kibago Common
000 Kimawari Common
000 Kurumiru Common
000 Konohana Common
000 Shikijika Common
000 Shikijika Common
000 Shikijika Common
000 Shimama Common
000 Naetle Common
000 Himeguma Common
000 Fushide Common
000 Munna Common
000 Mebukijika Rare
000 Mebukijika Rare
000 Mebukijika Rare
000 Mebukijika Rare
000 Yukikabli Common
000 Roselia Common


A—Achamo Meadow

It is available after completing #Shikijika Park. Until Serperior is caught for the first time, the player only needs to type in two syllables to capture Pokémon on this course.

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Achamo Common
000 Karakara Common
000 Komatana Common
000 Kolink Common
000 Tabunne Common
000 Nageki Common
000 Bursyarmo Rare
000 Fushide Common
000 Pokabu Common
000 Minezumi Common
000 Munna Common
000 Monozu Common
000 Riolu Common
000 Washibon Common


E—Emonga's Tall Forest

It is available after investigating 2 Pokémon in #Shikijika Park. When the player first arrives, Eiji holds the course high score of 800 points. Until Serperior is caught for the first time, the player only needs to type in three syllables to capture Pokémon on this course.

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Emonga Common
000 Gothim Common
000 Gonbe Common
000 Strike Rare
000 Dageki Common
000 Nageki Common
000 Py Common
000 Pippi Common
000 Fushide Common
000 Pokabu Common
000 Poppo Common
000 Munna Common
000 Mokoko Common
000 Riolu Common
000 Jalorda Boss


W—Waninoko Oasis

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Waninoko Common
000 Garagara Common
000 Crab Common
000 Sabonea Common
000 Sand Common
000 Shimama Common
000 Zenigame Common
000 Nageki Common
000 Noctus Common
000 BassraoR Common
000 BassraoB Common
000 Pokabu Common
000 Meguroco Common
000 Monozu Common
000 Yadon Common
000 Laplace RAPURASU


Q—Beequeen's Castle

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Beequeen Boss
000 Kirikizan Common
000 Guraena Common
000 Komatana Common
000 Spear Common
000 Churine Common
000 Delvil Common
000 Hassam Rare
000 Hellgar Common
000 Persian Common
000 Mitsuhoney Common
000 Morphon Common
000 Rentourer Common


R—Rizardon's Rocky Mountain

It is available after capturing Serperior in #Emonga's Tall Forest.

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Rizardon Common
000 Ishitsubute Common
000 Olgamoth Rare
000 Kibago Common
000 Cocodra Common
000 Gomazou Common
000 Dangoro Common
000 Chaoboo Common
000 Delvil Common
000 Baope Common
000 Hikozaru Common
000 Boober Common
000 Bossgodra Common
000 Pokabu Common
000 Monozu Common


F—Fushigidane Walkway

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Fushigidane Common
000 Airmed Rare
000 Eneco Common
000 Kurumiru Common
000 Graena Common
000 Dangoro Common
000 Digdar Common
000 Dogars Common
000 Biriridama Common
000 Mijumaru Common
000 Minezumi Common
000 Muuma Common
000 Moguryew Common
000 Monmen Common
000 Uniran Common
000 Yorterrie Common


G—Ghost Mansion

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Ghost Common
000 Kagebouzu Common
000 Gangar Boss
000 Gothim Common
000 Gobit Common
000 Juppeter Common
000 ??? ???
000 Hitomoshi Common
000 Fuwante Common
000 Pururiru Pink Common
000 Mikaruge Common
000 Muuma Common
000 Yamirami Common
000 Yukimenoko Common
000 Yomawaru Common


V—Victini Bay

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Victini Boss
000 Elphoon Common
000 Oosubame Common
000 Thousandra Rare
000 Janovy Common
000 Dugtrio Common
000 Chilean Common
000 Tylto Common
000 Habunake Common
000 Buoysel Common
000 Perap Common
000 Mimiroll Common
000 Ralts Common
000 Rankurusu Common


H—Hitokage Mountain

Charmander Mountain ヒトカゲやま
Hitokage Mountain
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Hitokage Mountain (Japanese: ヒトカゲやま) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located in the Red Area, on the H key. It is a volcano-like area, available after completing #Ghost Mansion and becoming an Advanced Typist.

It contains the main boss of the Red Area, Groudon, who can be fought at Levels 50, 70 and 100.

Medals

Bronze: Investigate the Pokémon that appears at the end of the course!

Silver: Investigate the Level 70 Groudon!

Gold: Investigate the Level 100 Groudon!

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
004 Hitokage Common
557 Ishizumai Common
631 Kuitaran Common
392 Goukazaru Common
554 Darumakka Common
328 Nuckrar Common
513 Baope Common
555 Hihidaruma Common
136 Booster Rare
126 Boober Common
498 Pokabu Common
218 Magmagg Common
636 Melarva Common
005 Rizardo Common
552 Waruvile Common
383 Groudon Boss


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Y—Yukimenoko Village

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Yukiwarashi Common
000 Asanan Common
000 Urimoo Common
000 Glacia Rare
000 Golduck Common
000 Zubat Common
000 Tamazarashi Common
000 Tunbear Common
000 Delibird Common
000 Vanirich Common
000 Powalun Common (Hail-form)
000 Yukikablie Common
000 Rougela Common


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T—Tamatama Great Marsh

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
000 Tamatama Common
000 Onondo Common
000 Gamageroge Common
000 Kinogassa Common
000 Kurumayu Common
000 Togekiss Rare
000 Hassbrero Common
000 Hayasigame Common
000 Himanuts Common
000 Huttatimaru Common
000 Minezumi Common
000 Morobareru Common
000 Yadon Common
000 Uniran Common
000 Rumpappa Common


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N—Nyarth Peninsula

Meowth Peninsula ニャースがさき
Nyarth Peninsula
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Nyarth Peninsula (Japanese: ニャースがさき) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located in the Dark Green Area, on the N key. It is an area located on high cliffs, available after completing #Hitokage Mountain.

It also contains three sets of five coins that Nyarth will try and steal, each five collectively labeled Koban*.

Medals

Bronze: Aim for 1000 points!

Silver: Get over 10000 points and don't let the Nyarth take a single coin!

Gold: Get over 35000 points and don't let the Nyarth take a single coin!

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
052 Nyarth Common
301 Enecororo Common
620 Kojondo Common
293 Gonyonyo Common
406 Subomie Common
007 Zenigame Common
548 Churine Common
431 Nyarmar Common
012 Butterfree Common
013 Beedle Common
172 Pichu ???
432 Bunyart Common
238 Muchul Common
132 Metamon Rare
256 Wakasyamo Common


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B—Buffalon Canyon

M—Menokurage Water Route

Tentacool Water Route メノクラゲすいどう
Menokurage Water Route
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Menokurage Water Route (Japanese: メノクラゲすいどう) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located in the Dark Green Area, on the M key. It is a water route where rain and high waves that scare Pokémon are common, available after completing #Nyarth Peninsula.

By typing the letters on each wave to destroy them, if the player manages to destroy all the waves, Lugia will appear at the end of the dungeon, and can be fought at Levels 50, 70 and 100. Lugia uses Aeroblast to try and evade capture, by emitting many small tornadoes facing in different directions.

Medals

Bronze: Aim for 1500 points!

Silver: It seems like a Pokémon appears if all the waves are destroyed! Investigate it!

Gold: Investigate the Level 70 Lugia!

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
072 Menokurage Common
119 Azumaou Common
224 Okutan Common
278 Cyamome Common
319 Samehader Common
087 Dugon Common
116 Tattsu Common
458 Tamanta Common
564 Protoga Common
279 Pelipper Common
351 Powalun Common
351R Powalun Common
226 Mantine Rare
258 Mizugorou Common
249 Lugia Boss


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K—Kimori Forest

I—Iwark Mountain Road

U—Usokkie Forest Park

J—Jukain's Tree Sea

L—Lunatone Night Path

O—Onigoori's Snow Path

;—Semicolon Cave

.—Sunken Ship S.S. Period

,—Comma Beach

P—Pikachu Park

-—Hyphen Volcano

@—At-Mark Powerplant

^—Toxic Caret Tower

[—Bracket Lake

]—Bracket Ravine

¥—Down Yen-Mark Stream

:—Sunset Colon Highway

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Sunset Colon Highway (Japanese: yuuyakeKORONkaidou) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located in the Yellow Area, on the : key. It is a forest highway illuminated by the distant yellow glow of a sunset, available after ???.

Due to the low light, the Pokémon in this course first appear shadowed, until they are close enough to see properly. At the end of the course waits Cobalion, who can be fought at Levels 50, 70 and 100. It attacks and defends using a ring of metal spheres.

Medals

Bronze: Aim for 1500 points!

Silver: Aim for 10000 points!

Gold: Aim for 20000 points!

/—Slash Tower

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Slash Tower (Japanese: SURASSHUTAWA-) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located in the Purple Area, on the / key. It is a spiralling castle tower where Pokémon appear in pairs to block the path, available after ???.

The pairs of Pokémon that appear in this course always arrange themselves so as to have a repeated letter crossing their name boundary, for example Mariru and Ruriri or Ratta and Tamatama, and their names must be typed as a pair, and are accepted with or without a space between them.

Medals

Bronze: Aim for 1500 points!

Silver: Aim for 10000 points!

Gold: Aim for 20000 points!

\—Backslash Void

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Backslash Void
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Backslash Void (Japanese: BAKKUSURASSHUkuukan) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located in the Purple Area, on the \ key. It is a crumbling paved path suspended in a multicoloured void, available after ???.

It contains nothing but Psychic-type Pokémon, which if their names are mistyped even once, they teleport away. By collecting six coins scattered around the course spelling Beeheeyem's name, at the end of the course a Beeheeyem will appear.

Medals

Bronze: Aim for 5000 points!

Silver: Gather the Special Coins and investigate the rare Pokémon!

Gold: Investigate Beeheeyem and get more than 300000 points!

↑—Great Paradise

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Great Paradise
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Great Paradise (Japanese: GURE-TOPARADAISU) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located in the Purple Area, on the ↑ key. It is a dreamlike bouncy cloudtop forest held up by balloons, available after ???.

At the end of the course, Viridion, who can be fought at Levels 50, 70 and 100. It attacks with several leaf-based attacks, and at higher levels attacks with more leaves.

Medals

Bronze: Investigate the Pokémon that appears at the end of the course!

Silver: Investigate the Level 70 Viridion!

Gold: Investigate the Level 100 Viridion!

←—Left-side Meteor Shower

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Left-side Meteor Shower
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Left-side Meteor Shower (Japanese: hidariryuuseigun) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located in the Purple Area, on the ← key. It is a road reaching through space made out of rainbows where shooting stars fall, available after ???.

By typing the letters on each star to split them, they then turn into three smaller stars which also must be destroyed, else the Pokémon currently on-screen will be frightened and escape.

Medals

Bronze: Investigate 6 Pokémon!

Silver: Investigate 10 Pokémon!

Gold: ???

Trivia

It greatly resembles the Rainbow Road tracks present in the Mario Kart series of games.

↓—Deep Dark Sea

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Deep Dark Sea
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Deep Dark Sea (Japanese: kurayamishinkai) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located in the Purple Area, on the ↓ key. It is a dark ocean floor where many fossil Pokémon live, available after ???.

Due to the depth, Chinchou or Lanturn must continually be investigated to act as light sources, or when the light runs out, the course will end. After ???, at the end of the course a Manaphy may appear, and if investigated, Kyogre attacks the player, thinking they are pirates.

Medals

Bronze: Investigate 12 Pokémon!

Silver: Investigate the extremely rare Pokémon that lives on the ocean floor!

Gold: Aim for 75000 points!

→—Planet Temple

Planet Temple わくせいしんでん
Planet Temple
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Planet Temple (Japanese: わくせいしんでん) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located in the Purple Area, on the → key. It is a temple in outer space where meteorites that scare Pokémon commonly fall, available after completing #Deep Dark Sea.

By typing the letters on each meteorite to split them, they then turn into three smaller meteorites which also must be destroyed, else the Pokémon currently on-screen will be frightened and escape. At the end of the temple lies an altar where the Dark Stone and Light Stone reside for you to type, and depending on which you choose you will fight either Reshiram or Zekrom, who can each be fought at Levels 50, 70 and 100. They attack with Fusion Flare and Fusion Bolt, and at higher levels the opposite legendary will occasionally appear to use its Fusion move. When that happens, there are twice as many letters to type when the legendary you are fighting uses its Fusion move again.

It is Eiji's dream to reach the Planet Temple and investigate Reshiram and Zekrom, which the player finally fulfills.

Medals

Bronze: Investigate Zekrom or Reshiram!

Silver: It seems like there's another difficult Pokémon! Investigate it!

Gold: Aim for 250000 points!

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
612 Ononox Common
149 Kairyu Common
445 Gabrias Common
078 Gallop Common
621 Crimgan Rare
623 Goluug Common
589 Chevargo Common
561 Sinballer Common
462 Jibacoil Common
208 Haganail Common
148 Hakuryu Common
330 Flygon Common
373 Boomander Common
644 Zekrom Boss
643 Reshiram Boss


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1—Berry Market

It is available after investigating at least 50 Pokémon

2—Rainbow Railcar

3—Sun Sun Sunshine

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Sun Sun Sunshine (Japanese: 3ban SANSANSANSHAIN) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located on the edge of the keyboard, on the 3 key. It is a desert where the weather is controlled the appearances by Solrock, available after ???. By investigating a Solrock, the weather will become sunny, but by mistyping a Solrock, the weather will become cloudy.

Medals

Bronze: Investigate Solrock!

Silver: Investigate Castform's Sun form!

Gold: Investigate Castform's Sun form and aim for 200000 points!

4—Shiritori Station

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Shiritori Station (Japanese: 4ban shiritoriSUTE-SHON) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located on the edge of the keyboard, on the 4 key. In it, a train runs along tracks spanning chasms and past many stations, in a field of Gracidea Flowers. When arriving at a crossroad, two Pokémon will appear, and the train's next destination is chosen depending on which you investigate, in accordance with the rules of Shiritori. In this way, if you investigate a Pokémon whose name ends in n, the train comes to a blockade and the course will end. It is available after ???.

If the letter on every Gracidea Flower passed is successfully typed, when Shaymin is reached, Gracidea Flower petals will blow past it, transforming it into the Sky Forme.

Medals

Bronze: Complete the Shiritori!

Silver: Investigate Shaymin's Sky Forme!

Gold: Get a consecutive chain of 10 and investigate Shaymin's Sky Forme!

5—Golden Road

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Golden Road (Japanese: 5ban GO-RUDENRO-DO) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located on the edge of the keyboard, on the 5 key. It is available after ????. It is a road made out of gold where jewels are often found and is visited by catlike Pokémon, among others.

Medals

Bronze: Can you collect five jewels?

Silver: Investigate 7 Pokémon and don't let a single jewel be taken!

Gold: Get 30000 points and don't let a single jewel be taken!

6—Rock Mountain

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Rock Mountain (Japanese: 6ban ROKKUMAUNTEN) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located on the edge of the keyboard, on the 6 key. It is available after ????. It is the side of a mountain which many Rock-type Pokémon climb without end.

In this course, there is a time limit of 60 seconds, and unlike most other courses, the Pokémon climb away from the player, instead of approaching them.

Medals

Bronze: Investigate 7 Pokémon!

Silver: Investigate 20 Pokémon!

Gold: Investigate 45 Pokémon!

7—Lucky Paradise

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Lucky Paradise (Japanese: 7ban RAKKI-PARADAISU) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located on the edge of the keyboard, on the 7 key. It is available after ????. It is a path in a mysteriously sparkling golden field where Chansey throw pairs of eggs at you to guess the right one in a game of luck. If the wrong egg is chosen, the course will end.

Medals

Bronze: Choose the correct egg three times and investigate three Pokémon!

Silver: Choose the correct egg five times and investigate five Pokémon!

Gold: Choose the correct egg seven times and investigate seven Pokémon!

8—Figure Eight Crossroads

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Figure Eight Crossroads (Japanese: 8ban hachinojikousaten) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located on the edge of the keyboard, on the 8 key. It is available after ????. It is a path in a field which passes through several figure eight-shaped crossroads.

Medals

Bronze: Aim for 5000 points!

Silver: Aim for 50000 points!

Gold: ???

9—Cool Mountain

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Cool Mountain (Japanese: 9ban KU-RUMAUNTEN) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located on the edge of the keyboard, on the 9 key. It is available after ????. It is a frozen lake on the side of a mountain which Ice Pokémon use as an skating rink.

In this course, there is a time limit of 90 seconds, and due to the Pokémon in this course not stopping once they start skating, the remaining time to type Pokémon's names decreases even when there are still Pokémon in front, and as such, if a name is mistyped, it can be hard to recover.

Medals

Bronze: Get a consecutive chain of 10!

Silver: Get a consecutive chain of 20!

Gold: Get a consecutive chain of 45!

0—0AM Mansion

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0AM Mansion (Japanese: 0ban gozenreijinoyakata) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located on the edge of the keyboard, on the 0 key. It is available after ????. It is a candle-lit haunted mansion where ghost Pokémon and Rotom dwell.

When players first enter the 0AM Mansion, it is pitch black, and by typing in the symbols on the candles, the vicinity of the candle is lit up. If the player manages a 10 Pokémon chain without mistyping a letter, the tenth Pokémon will drop the Mansion Key (Japanese: YAKATANOKAGI), which will unlock Rotom's Room at the end of the mansion. Without the Mansion Key, the course will end. When Rotom's Room is entered, Rotom appears out of a television in its Normal Forme, but changes Forme twice by possessing appliances, before fleeing.

Medals

Bronze: It seems like somewhere is a very rare Pokémon! Investigate it!

Silver: Investigate three of Rotom's forms!

Gold: Investigate all of Rotom's forms!

半角全角—Bright Marsh

Bright Marsh カクカクしつげん
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Bright Marsh (Japanese: カクカクしつげん) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located on the edge of the keyboard, on the 半角全角 key. It is a marsh full of speedy Croagunk who attack the player to stop them coming close, available after investigating Reshiram or Zekrom.

This course tests the player's reactions as there is only a short time to type the letter on each poison blob thrown by a Croagunk. Whenever the player is hit by one, they are slowed down.

Medals

Bronze: Investigate 3 Gureggle!

Silver: Investigate 5 Gureggle!

Gold: Investigate 8 Gureggle!

Pokémon encountered

Pokémon Rarity
453 Gureggle Common


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BS—Backspace Plateau

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Backspace Plateau (Japanese: BAKKUSUPE-SUdaichi) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located on the edge of the keyboard, on the BS key. It is a cavernous mountain where Pokémon hide, and instead of the Pokémon's name, the letter of the cave must be typed. Since the Pokémon on this course are not caught using Typing Balls, they are not counted in the Research Notes.

In this course, there is a time limit of 60 seconds.

Medals

Bronze: Get 20 correct!

Silver: Get 40 correct!

Gold: Get 60 correct!

Caps Lock—Caps Lock Art Gallery

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Caps Lock Art Gallery (Japanese: KYAPUSUROKKU bijutsukan) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located on the edge of the keyboard, on the Caps Lock key. It is an luscious art museum containing paintings of Pokémon, as well as Pokémon themselves.

When approaching a set of paintings, a Pokémon will cry, and the letter with that Pokémon's painting must be typed to meet the Pokémon. If Pokémon are wrongly identified three times, the course will end.

Medals

Bronze: Investigate 5 Pokémon!

Silver: Investigate 10 Pokémon!

Gold: Investigate 20 Pokémon!

Shift—Shift Vocabulary Challenge

Shift Vocabulary Challenge シフトたんごチャレンジ
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Shift Vocabulary Challenge (Japanese: シフトたんごチャレンジ) is an unlockable course in Battle and Get! Pokémon Typing DS and is located on the edge of the keyboard, on the right-hand Shift key. It is an field with many signposts with words written on, available after investigating Reshiram or Zekrom.

Unlike other courses, in it there is a 60 second time limit to type not Pokémon names, but proper words. It is Key's favourite place, and when the player gets there they find she holds the high score of 40000 points. After typing a certain amount of words, the Rōmaji display disappears, and the player is left with simply the hiragana text to type in.

Medals

Bronze: Aim for 3000 points!

Silver: Aim for 10000 points!

Gold: Aim for 30000 points!

Words encountered

This list is incomplete.

Pokémon Rarity
000 Idol 4
000 Aku 2
000 Akubi 3
000 Ana o Horu 5
000 Asobi 3
000 Bakushou 5
000 Benkyou 5
000 Bikkuri 4
000 Boku 2
000 Boujin 4
000 Bouken 4
000 Chikarazuku 5
000 Daiji 3
000 Daisuki 4
000 Dakuryuu 5
000 Daradara 4
000 Digital 4
000 Depa-to 4
000 Derudama 4
000 Derupower 5
000 Design 4
000 Date 3
000 Dokubishi 4
000 Doku no Kona 5
000 Dragon 4
000 Dorobou 4
000 Dowasure 4
000 Airlock 5
000 E- 2
000 Feint 5
000 Fuan 3
000 Fubuki 3
000 Fuffuffu 5
000 Fufun 3
000 Fumin 3
000 Fun 2
000 Fun'en 4
000 Flash 4
000 Gakkari 4
000 Gamushara 5
000 Gekirin 4
000 Genki 3
000 Gomen 3
000 Gufufu 3
000 Hai 2
000 Ha-i 3
000 Haihai 4
000 Hayaoki 4
000 Hei 2
000 Henshin 4
000 Hito 2
000 Hero 4
000 Hogoshoku 5
000 Hora 2
000 Hoshigaru 4
000 Hotarubi 4
000 Hyaa 3
000 Ibiki 3
000 Ie 2
000 Ikaku 3
000 Iku yo 3
000 Iku ze 3
000 Ishiatama 5
000 Iwakudaki 5
000 Iya na Oto 5
000 Jugyou 5
000 Juku 3
000 Kachi 2
000 Kagaku 3
000 Kageuchi 4
000 Kakubaru 4
000 Camera 3
000 Kanojo 4
000 Kantan 4
000 Katakunaru 5
000 Kawaisa 4
000 Kazoku 3
000 Card 3
000 Kiaidame 5
000 Kirisaku 4
000 Kitsuke 3
000 Conveni 4
000 Kotoba 3
000 Kougeki 4
000 Kowaikao 5
000 Kuroikiri 5
000 Colosseum 5
000 Kusukusu 4
000 Kyou 3
000 [[|]] 5
000 Makibishi 4
000 Mamoru 3
000 Manzoku 4
000 Megahorn 5
000 Meromero 4
000 Mizuasobi 5
000 Mizubitashi 5
000 Moraibi 4
000 Mouka 3
000 Muki- 3
000 Mumu 2
000 Nagetsukeru 5
000 Naminori 4
000 Narikiri 4
000 Nee 2
000 Negaigoto 5
000 Negoto 3
000 Nekonote 4
000 Nenchaku 5
000 Nenriki 4
000 Nidogeri 4
000 Nigate 3
000 Nomikomu 4
000 O- 2
000 Obaasan 5
000 Obasan 4
000 Odateru 4
000 Ofuro 3
000 Ohanashi 4
000 Ojisan 4
000 Omedetou 5
000 Omitooshi 5
000 Oneesan 5
000 Ongaeshi 5
000 Onibi 3
000 Oniisan 5
000 On'nen 4
000 Oresama 4
000 Oshioki 4
000 Ossu 3
000 Oyaji 3
000 Pinch 3
000 Point 4
000 Pokémon 4
000 PokéCen 4
000 Plus 3
000 Present 5
000 Life 3
000 Level 3
000 Rental 4
000 Revenge 4
000 Rinpun 4
000 Low Kick 5
000 Subway 5
000 Thankyou 5
000 Sayounara 5
000 Shigoto 3
000 Shiomizu 4
000 Shumi 3
000 Shooter 5
000 Soushoku 5
000 Spark 4
000 Sports 4
000 Surikae 4
000 Surinuke 4
000 Tabi 2
000 Taikutsu 4
000 Taisen 4
000 Teki 2
000 Tenkiya 4
000 Tensai 4
000 Trainer 5
000 Trace 4
000 Tosshin 4
000 Tsubo o Tsuku 5
000 Tsuppari 4
000 Tsurarabari 5
000 Tsuri 2
000 Uchiotosu 5
000 Warrior 5
000 Uzushio 4
000 Washi 2
000 Watashi 3
000 Wa-i 3
000 World 4
000 Yada 2
000 Yobimizu 4
000 Yokodori 4
000 Yoroshiku 4
000 You 2
000 Youkoso 4
000 Yowaki 3
000 Yubi o Furu 5
000 Union 4
000 Yuubaku 4


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List of Pokémon by Research Notes order

This list is a record of the official Japanese spellings for Pokémon names. Names are listed by number in the order dictated by the Research Notes in Battle and Get! Pokemon Typing DS, meaning that Pokémon beginning with the kana 'A' will appear first, followed by those with 'I', 'U', 'E', and subsequent kana.

Columns

  • Japanese: The official original name as dictated by Nintendo Company Ltd. of Japan and written in katakana. In most cases, this is the spelling found in all Japanese video games and most other official material. It is transliterated into romaji as written in the Research Notes to be typed.
  • English: The official localize name as dictated by Nintendo of America and used in all English-language games and merchandise.
  • Trademarked romaji: The official romaji name as given on the trademark filings. This spelling is used internally by Game Freak and is frequently used on official merchandise and other promotional material. Names based on English words often should be read as if they are English words, as opposed to Japanese. For example, Habunake, being the Romaji translation of ハブネーク, should be pronounced "Ha-bu-nake" as opposed to "Ha-bu-na-ke" if it were a Japanese name. Some are just exact transliterations of the name into romaji.

The trademarked romaji names of new Pokémon will be added as their names become available to the public.

List of Pokémon names

T.001 - T.036 Aianto - Ohbem

Ndex   English Japanese
Kana Hepburn Trademarked
000 000 Durant アイアント AIANNTO  ???
000 000 Accelgor アギルダー AGIRUDA- Agilder
000 000 Meditite アサナン ASANANN Asanan
000 000 Seaking アズマオウ AZUMAOU Azumao
000 000 Torchic アチャモ ATYAMO Achamo
000 000 Carracosta アバゴーラ ABAGO-RA Abagoura
000 000 Unown アンノーン ANNNO-NN Unknown
000 000 Eevee イーブイ I-BUI Eievui
000 000 Dwebble イシズマイ ISIZUMAI Ishizumai
000 000 Geodude イシツブテ ISITUBUTE Isitsubute
000 000 Piloswine イノムー INOMU- Inomoo
000 000 Onix イワーク IWA-KU Iwark
000 000 Crustle イワパレス IWAPARESU  ???
000 000 Sudowoodo ウソッキー USOKKI- Usokkie
000 000 Bonsly ウソハチ USOHATI Usohachi
000 000 Swinub ウリムー URIMU- Urimoo
000 000 Volcarona ウルガモス URUGAMOSU Ulgamoth
000 000 Skarmory エアームド EA-MUDO Airmd
000 000 Aipom エイパム Eipam
000 000 Espeon エーフィ E-FI Eifie
000 000 Ambipom エテボース ETEBO-SU Eteboth
000 000 Skitty エネコ ENEKO Eneco
000 000 Delcatty エネコロロ ENEKORORO Enekororo
000 000 Emolga エモンガ EMONNGA Emonga
000 000 Whimsicott エルフーン ERUHU-NN Elfuun
000 000 Electivire エレキブル EREKIBURU Elekible
000 000 Emboar エンブオー ENNBUO- Enbuoh
000 000 Empoleon エンペルト ENNPERUTO Emperte
000 000 Swellow オオスバメ OOSUBAME Ohsubame
000 000 Beheeyem オーベム O-BEMU  ???
000 000 Octillery オクタン OKUTANN Okutank
000 000 Tympole オタマロ OTAMARO Otamaro
000 000 Glalie オニゴーリ ONIGO-RI Onigohri
000 000 Haxorus オノノクス ONONOKUSU Ononokus
000 000 Fraxure オノンド ONONNDO Onondo
000 000 Omastar オムスター OMUSUTA- Omstar


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