Difference between revisions of "Medal"

From Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon encyclopedia.
Jump to: navigation, search
m (Pokémon GO)
(Pokémon GO: Added the Unown medal.)
Line 205: Line 205:
| Catch 50 Pikachu
| Catch 50 Pikachu
| Catch 300 Pikachu
| Catch 300 Pikachu
| [[Unown]]
| Catch 3 unique {{p|Unown}}
| Catch 10 unique Unown
| Catch 26 unique Unown

Revision as of 12:16, 21 February 2017

050Diglett.png This article is incomplete.
Please feel free to edit this article to add missing information and complete it.
Reason: Missing manga section.

If you were looking for the the equivalent of Badges in Pokémon Trading Card Game, see Master Medal. For the Pokéathlon prize, see Pokéathlon → Medals. For the currency used for items in Pokémon Battrio, see Items (Battrio).
A Level 1 Adventure Medal

Medals (Japanese: メダル Medal) are a type of achievement in the Pokémon games.

Core series

Generation V

Main article: List of Medals in Pokémon Black 2 and White 2

In Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, Medals are given by Mr. Medal in the Pokémon Center when talking to him after meeting their requirements, and are stored in the Medal Box. Mr. Medal will only appear when the player has unclaimed Medals they have achieved. There are 255 Medals in all, along with Hint Medals.

Generation VI

Main article: List of Medals in Pokémon X and Y
Main article: List of Medals in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

In Pokémon X, Y, Omega Ruby, and Alpha Sapphire, Medals were a part of the Pokémon Global Link rather than in-game items. When the player performed a Game Sync, any achieved Medals were automatically unlocked.

Due to the closure of the Generation VI Pokémon Global Link on November 1, 2016, these Medals can no longer be earned.

Spin-off games

Learn with Pokémon: Typing Adventure

050Diglett.png This section is incomplete.
Please feel free to edit this section to add missing information and complete it.

In Learn with Pokémon: Typing Adventure, each course has specific requirements to obtain a bronze, silver and gold medal on that course. Obtaining a large number of medals grants the player access to unlockables.

Bronze Medal Typing Adventure.png Bronze Medal
Silver Medal Typing Adventure.png Silver Medal
Gold Medal Typing Adventure.png Gold Medal

Pokémon Picross

Main article: Pokémon Picross → Medals

Medals in Pokémon Picross are rewards for completing specific requirements in-game.

Pokémon GO

In Pokémon GO, there are a number of medals that the player can earn. Each potential medal can be earned at several different ranks. With the exception of medals named after regions, the medals are all named after Trainer classes.

From October 10, 2016 onward, the type-specific medals provide capture bonuses when attempting to catch Pokémon of that type. Bronze medals provide +1, Silver medals provide +2, Gold medals provide +3. If a Pokémon has two types, the bonus is the average of the medals for each of its types.

Name Requirement
Bronze Medal Pokémon GO.png
Silver Medal Pokémon GO.png
Gold Medal Pokémon GO.png
Jogger Walk 10 km Walk 100 km Walk 1,000 km
Kanto Register 5 Generation I Pokémon in the Pokédex Register 50 Generation I Pokémon in the Pokédex Register 100 Generation I Pokémon in the Pokédex
Johto Register 5 Generation II Pokémon in the Pokédex Register 30 Generation II Pokémon in the Pokédex Register 70 Generation II Pokémon in the Pokédex
Collector Catch 30 Pokémon Catch 500 Pokémon Catch 2,000 Pokémon
Scientist Evolve 3 Pokémon Evolve 20 Pokémon Evolve 200 Pokémon
Breeder Hatch 10 Eggs Hatch 100 Eggs Hatch 500 Eggs
Backpacker Visit 100 PokéStops Visit 1,000 PokéStops Visit 2,000 PokéStops
Fisherman Catch 3 big Magikarp Catch 50 big Magikarp Catch 300 big Magikarp
Battle Girl Win 10 Gym battles Win 100 Gym battles Win 1,000 Gym battles
Ace Trainer Train 10 times at a friendly Gym Train 100 times Train 1,000 times
Schoolkid Catch 10 Normal-type Pokémon Catch 50 Normal-type Pokémon Catch 200 Normal-type Pokémon
Black Belt Catch 10 Fighting-type Pokémon Catch 50 Fighting-type Pokémon Catch 200 Fighting-type Pokémon
Bird Keeper Catch 10 Flying-type Pokémon Catch 50 Flying-type Pokémon Catch 200 Flying-type Pokémon
Punk Girl Catch 10 Poison-type Pokémon Catch 50 Poison-type Pokémon Catch 200 Poison-type Pokémon
Hiker Catch 10 Rock-type Pokémon Catch 50 Rock-type Pokémon Catch 200 Rock-type Pokémon
Ruin Maniac Catch 10 Ground-type Pokémon Catch 50 Ground-type Pokémon Catch 200 Ground-type Pokémon
Bug Catcher Catch 10 Bug-type Pokémon Catch 50 Bug-type Pokémon Catch 200 Bug-type Pokémon
Hex Maniac Catch 10 Ghost-type Pokémon Catch 50 Ghost-type Pokémon Catch 200 Ghost-type Pokémon
Depot Agent Catch 10 Steel-type Pokémon Catch 50 Steel-type Pokémon Catch 200 Steel-type Pokémon
Kindler Catch 10 Fire-type Pokémon Catch 50 Fire-type Pokémon Catch 200 Fire-type Pokémon
Swimmer Catch 10 Water-type Pokémon Catch 50 Water-type Pokémon Catch 200 Water-type Pokémon
Gardener Catch 10 Grass-type Pokémon Catch 50 Grass-type Pokémon Catch 200 Grass-type Pokémon
Rocker Catch 10 Electric-type Pokémon Catch 50 Electric-type Pokémon Catch 200 Electric-type Pokémon
Psychic Catch 10 Psychic-type Pokémon Catch 50 Psychic-type Pokémon Catch 200 Psychic-type Pokémon
Skier Catch 10 Ice-type Pokémon Catch 50 Ice-type Pokémon Catch 200 Ice-type Pokémon
Dragon Tamer Catch 10 Dragon-type Pokémon Catch 50 Dragon-type Pokémon Catch 200 Dragon-type Pokémon
Delinquent Catch 10 Dark-type Pokémon Catch 50 Dark-type Pokémon Catch 200 Dark-type Pokémon
Fairy Tale Girl Catch 10 Fairy-type Pokémon Catch 50 Fairy-type Pokémon Catch 200 Fairy-type Pokémon
Youngster Catch 3 tiny Rattata Catch 50 tiny Rattata Catch 300 tiny Rattata
Pikachu Fan Catch 3 Pikachu Catch 50 Pikachu Catch 300 Pikachu
Unown Catch 3 unique Unown Catch 10 unique Unown Catch 26 unique Unown

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

In the Black 2 & White 2 chapter, Blake inserts a Light Walker Medal into a jukebox to gain access to his armory located beneath a casino in Castelia City. Blake also uses a different Medal to catch the attention of Keldeo, which he then offered to partner with.

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Médaille
Germany Flag.png German Medaille
Italy Flag.png Italian Premi
South Korea Flag.png Korean 메달 Medal
Spain Flag.png Spanish Insignia

See also

Project Games logo.png This game-related article is part of Project Games, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on the Pokémon games.