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Like the Time Capsule, though, there is a move requirement on the Pokémon to be transfered. This is, of course, that the Pokémon moving from Generation III to Generation IV know no [[HM]] moves.
 
Like the Time Capsule, though, there is a move requirement on the Pokémon to be transfered. This is, of course, that the Pokémon moving from Generation III to Generation IV know no [[HM]] moves.
   
To unlock Pal Park, the player needs to have vecome [[Sinnoh]]'s [[Pokémon Champion]] and [[List of Pokémon by Sinnoh Dex number|seen all]] Pokémon in Sinnoh's [[PokéDex]] and show it to [[Professor Rowan]] in [[Sandgem Town]], which will cause [[Professor Oak]] to invite [[Player character|the player]] [[Lucas (game)|Lucas]]/[[Dawn (game)|Dawn]] into Pal Park.
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To unlock Pal Park, the player needs to have [[List of Pokémon by Sinnoh Dex number|seen all]] Pokémon in Sinnoh's [[Pokédex]] and then shown their Pokédex to [[Professor Rowan]] in [[Sandgem Town]], which will cause [[Professor Oak]] to invite [[Player character|the player]] into Pal Park.
   
Upon capturing, the Pokémon will be showen as originally captured in [[Hoenn]](if the game is [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire|Ruby, Sapphire]] or {{pkmn|Emerald) or [[Kanto]] (if the game is [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|FireRed or LeafGreen]]), even if it was originally captured in [[Orre]] or [[Sevii Islands]].
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Upon capturing, the Pokémon will be shown as originally captured in [[Hoenn]] (if the game is [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire|Ruby, Sapphire]] or {{pkmn|Emerald}}) or [[Kanto]] (if the game is [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|FireRed or LeafGreen]]), even if it was originally captured in [[Orre]] or [[Sevii Islands]].
   
Everything will stay the same, such as [[OT]], [[Trainer ID number|ID]] and [[Held item|item held]] and even [[Held item|item held]] and/or [[PokéRus]] if the Pokémon has it.
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Everything will stay the same, such as [[OT]], [[Trainer ID number|ID]], [[Held item|item held]] and/or [[PokéRus]] if the Pokémon has it.
   
 
This is currently the only way to get the [[Starter Pokémon|starters]] and [[Legendary Pokémon|legendaries]] of Kanto, [[Johto]] and Hoenn into Diamond or Pearl.
 
This is currently the only way to get the [[Starter Pokémon|starters]] and [[Legendary Pokémon|legendaries]] of Kanto, [[Johto]] and Hoenn into Diamond or Pearl.
   
The spots of {{p|Spind}} will aswell stay the same, and whatever form of {{p|Deoxys}}, depending on the game. Deoxys forms can be changed at each one of the meteorites in [[Veilstone City]].
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The spots of {{p|Spinda}} will stay the same as well as whatever form of {{p|Deoxys}} was transferred. Deoxys forms can be changed at each one of the meteorites in [[Veilstone City]].
   
 
== Rewards ==
 
== Rewards ==

Revision as of 17:30, 9 August 2007

Pal Park (Japanese: パルパーク Pal Park) is a location on Route 221 in Sinnoh.

Pal Park allows people that have both the Generation III and Generation IV games to transfer Pokémon ahead via the Nintendo DS's Game Boy Advance slot. However, only six Pokémon per day can be transferred per GBA cartridge, and no Pokémon can be transferred until the previous six Pokémon have been caught.

The park uses a special Poké Ball that has a 100% capture rate. However, in order to capture the Pokémon transferred, players must first find it.

Unlike in Generation II, where the Time Capsule allowed Pokémon to return to Generation I, the transfer from Generation III to Generation IV is permanent, and all Pokémon sent over are removed from the GBA games.

Like the Time Capsule, though, there is a move requirement on the Pokémon to be transfered. This is, of course, that the Pokémon moving from Generation III to Generation IV know no HM moves.

To unlock Pal Park, the player needs to have seen all Pokémon in Sinnoh's Pokédex and then shown their Pokédex to Professor Rowan in Sandgem Town, which will cause Professor Oak to invite the player into Pal Park.

Upon capturing, the Pokémon will be shown as originally captured in Hoenn (if the game is Ruby, Sapphire or Emerald) or Kanto (if the game is FireRed or LeafGreen), even if it was originally captured in Orre or Sevii Islands.

Everything will stay the same, such as OT, ID, item held and/or PokéRus if the Pokémon has it.

This is currently the only way to get the starters and legendaries of Kanto, Johto and Hoenn into Diamond or Pearl.

The spots of Spinda will stay the same as well as whatever form of Deoxys was transferred. Deoxys forms can be changed at each one of the meteorites in Veilstone City.

Rewards

The Park Ranger always gives the player a berry as a reward. How fast and what Pokemon you have to catch will determine what berry you get when you have finished.

See also

External links

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