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Pal Pad
Friend Notebook
Pal Pad
Pal Pad
Obtain sprite from Generation V
Introduced in Generation IV
Generation IV Bag Key items pocket icon.png Key items
Generation V Bag Key items pocket icon.png Key items

The Pal Pad (Japanese: ともだちてちょう Friend Notebook) is a Key Item introduced in Generation IV and used again in Generation V.

In the core series games


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Passive effect

The Pal Pad allows players to register other players as friends, who can be met in the Wi-Fi Club to battle and trade Pokémon.

Adding a Friend Code in Platinum

The multiplayer components are run from the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. On this network, each game has a unique Friend Code, which can be exchanged with others to meet in the Wi-Fi Club. In order for a player to connect with a friend online, they must each register the other in their own Pal Pad. Registering a friend requires knowing their name and Friend Code; however, the name entered does not need to match the friend's actual player character's name. Friends can be registered manually by entering their Friend Codes into the Pal Pad, or automatically by trading Pokémon with other players in the Union Room.

Besides registering friends, the Pal Pad can be used to list registered friends and read the player's own Friend Code. The player's Friend Code is obtained when connecting to any place in the game having a Wi-Fi compatible activity, such as a Pokémon Center or the Battle Tower for the first time. The Pal Pad also records how many times the player has traded, or how many times the player has won or lost against another player in a Wi-Fi battle. In Pokémon Platinum and Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, the Pal Pad also records how many times the players has won through the Battle Frontier's facilities with a friend, as well as the number of times the players have played Wi-Fi Plaza Games together. The Pal Pad can register up to 32 friends.


Games Description
DPPt A convenient notepad that is used for registering your friends and keeping a record of game play.
A convenient notepad that is used for registering your friends, Friend Codes, and keeping a record of game play.
A convenient notepad that is used to register your Friends and friend codes and keep a record of your gameplay.


Games Method
DPPt Any Pokémon Center basement (from Teala after entering Oreburgh City for the first time)
HGSS Any Pokémon Center (from Teala after obtaining the Zephyr Badge)
BW Striaton City (from Fennel after protecting Munna from Team Plasma at the Dreamyard)
B2W2 Automatically at the start of the game

In the TCG

Pal Pad
Main article: Pal Pad (Flashfire 92)

The Pal Pad was first introduced in the Pokémon Trading Card Game during the Japanese XY Era. Released as one of the XY-P Promotional cards, the Pal Pad Item card features the debut artwork by new illustrator, PLANETA. This Trainer card allows a player the ability to recover two Supporter cards from the discard pile, and shuffle them back into his or her deck.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 朋友手冊 Pàhngyáuh Sáuchaak
Mandarin 朋友手冊 / 朋友手册 Péngyǒu Shǒucè
Denmark Flag.png Danish Venneliste
French Canada Flag.png Canada Pal Pad*
France Flag.png Europe Registre Ami
Germany Flag.png German Adressbuch
Italy Flag.png Italian Blocco Amici
South Korea Flag.png Korean 친구수첩 Chingu Sucheop
Brazil Flag.png Brazilian Portuguese Pal Pad
Spain Flag.png Spanish Bloc amigos
Sweden Flag.png Swedish Kompisblock

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