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{{PokéWalkerInfobox|Yellow Forest|きいろのもり|Yellow Forest|image=Yellow Forest US Art.PNG|unlock=event|Ground|Electric|Grass|description=Many {{p|Pikachu}} live in harmony in this forest. Walk through here frequently, and try to find one!}}
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{{PokéWalkerInfobox|Yellow Forest|きいろのもり|Yellow Forest|image=Yellow Forest US Art.png|unlock=event|Ground|Electric|Grass|description=Many {{p|Pikachu}} live in harmony in this forest. Walk through here frequently, and try to find one!|img=forests}}
   
 
'''Yellow Forest''' (Japanese: '''きいろのもり''' ''Yellow Forest'') is an area in {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}. It was first announced on [[Pokémon Sunday]], exactly forty days before the games' release in Japan.
 
'''Yellow Forest''' (Japanese: '''きいろのもり''' ''Yellow Forest'') is an area in {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}. It was first announced on [[Pokémon Sunday]], exactly forty days before the games' release in Japan.
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{{PokéWalkeritem|Light Ball|7000+|Very Rare<!--3-->}}
 
{{PokéWalkeritem|Light Ball|7000+|Very Rare<!--3-->}}
{{PokéWalkeritem|Thunderstone|6000+|Very Rare<!--5-->}}
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{{PokéWalkeritem|Thunderstone|6000+|Very Rare<!--5-->|pic=Thunder Stone}}
 
{{PokéWalkeritem|Miracle Seed|5000+|Very Rare<!--10-->}}
 
{{PokéWalkeritem|Miracle Seed|5000+|Very Rare<!--10-->}}
 
{{PokéWalkeritem|Big Root|4000+|Very Rare<!--10-->}}
 
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{{PokéWalkeritem|Chesto Berry|700+|Common<!--50-->}}
 
{{PokéWalkeritem|Chesto Berry|700+|Common<!--50-->}}
 
{{PokéWalkeritem|Cheri Berry|600+|Common<!--50-->}}
 
{{PokéWalkeritem|Cheri Berry|600+|Common<!--50-->}}
{{PokéWalkeritem/f|Big Mushroom|0+|Very Common<!--100-->}}
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{{PokéWalkeritem|Big Mushroom|0+|Very Common<!--100-->|footer}}
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|}
   
 
==Distribution==
 
==Distribution==
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{| align="center" style="background: #0047a8; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #2260b6;"
{| align="center" style="background: #0047a8; -moz-border-radius: 10px; border: 5px solid #2260b6"
 
 
|- style="color:#003642"
 
|- style="color:#003642"
! rowspan="2" style="background:#5a91dc; -moz-border-radius-topleft: 5px;" | Game Version
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! rowspan="2" style="background:#5a91dc; {{roundytl|5px}};" | Game Version
! style="background:#5a91dc; -moz-border-radius-topright: 5px;" | Duration
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! colspan="2" style="background:#5a91dc; {{roundytr|5px}};" | Duration
 
|- style="color:#003642"
 
|- style="color:#003642"
 
! style="background:#5a91dc" | Wi-Fi
 
! style="background:#5a91dc" | Wi-Fi
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! style="background:#5a91dc" | Specific Locations
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|- style="background:#a1edfe"
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! style="background:#a5bcdc" rowspan="2" | Japanese
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| align="center" | Sept. 18 to Nov. 10, 2009
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| align="center" rowspan="2" | None
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|- style="background:#a1edfe;"
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| align="center" | Feb. 16 to Feb. 28, 2010
 
|-
 
|-
! style="background:#a5bcdc" rowspan=2 | Japanese
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! style="background:#a5bcdc; " | Korean
| style="background:#a1edfe" | Sept. 18 to Nov. 10, 2009
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| align="center" style="background:#a1edfe;" | Feb. 4 to Mar. 31, 2010
|-
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| align="center" style="background:#a1edfe;" | Feb. 4 to Mar. 15, 2010{{tt|*|At Pokémon Story store locations}}
| style="background:#a1edfe" | Feb. 16 to Feb. 28, 2010
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|-
 
|-
 
! style="background:#a5bcdc" | American
 
! style="background:#a5bcdc" | American
| style="background:#a1edfe; -moz-border-radius-bottomright: 5px" rowspan="3" | April 1 to May 5, 2010
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| align="center" style="background:#a1edfe;" rowspan="2" | Apr. 1 to May 5, 2010
|-
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| align="center" style="background:#a1edfe;" | Jul. 21 to Jul. 25, 2010{{tt|*|During the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con}}
! style="background:#a5bcdc;" | European
 
 
|-
 
|-
! style="background:#a5bcdc; -moz-border-radius-bottomleft: 5px;" | Australian
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! style="background:#a5bcdc; {{roundybl|5px}};" | PAL
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| align="center" style="background:#a1edfe; {{roundybr|5px}}" | None
 
|}
 
|}
   
 
==Wonder Card==
 
==Wonder Card==
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{{incomplete|section}}
 
===Japanese===
 
===Japanese===
 
{{wondercard|ms1=025|lang=jap|
 
{{wondercard|ms1=025|lang=jap|
title=<sc>{{tt|コースマップ きいろのもり|Course Map: Yellow Forest}}</sc>|
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title=<sc>{{tt|コースマップ きいろのもり|Route Map: Yellow Forest}}</sc>|
msg=<sc>{{tt|ポケウォーカーの とくべつなコース<br>きいろのもりに でかけよう!<br>くわしくは オフィシャルサイトへ!<br>フレンドリィショップで うけとったら<br>かならず レポートを かいてね。|Go for a walk on the Pokéwalker's special course, Yellow Forest! Details are on the official site! Be sure to save after receiving it at the Poké Mart.}}</sc>|
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msg=<sc>{{tt|ポケウォーカーの とくべつなコース<br>きいろのもりに でかけよう!<br>くわしくは オフィシャルサイトへ!<br>フレンドリィショップで うけとったら<br>かならず レポートを かいてね。|Go for a Stroll on the Pokéwalker's special Route, Yellow Forest! Details are on the official site! Be sure to save after receiving it at the Poké Mart.}}</sc>|
 
date=<sc>2009/9/18</sc>}}
 
date=<sc>2009/9/18</sc>}}
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===Korean===
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{{wondercard|ms1=025|lang=kor|
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title=<sc>{{tt|노란 숲 선물|Yellow Forest Gift}}</sc>|
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msg=<sc>{{tt|프렌들리숍에서 받으면 반드시 리포트를<br>작성하세요! 포켓워커로 많은 피카츄가<br>살고 있는 노란 숲에 가는 자세한 방법은<br>포켓몬 공식 사이트를 확인해 주세요!<br>http://pokemonkorea.co.kr|After receiving at a Poké Mart, be sure you save your game immediately! For directions to get to Yellow Forest where many Pikachu are living in the Pokéwalker, please visit the official Pokémon website! http://pokemonkorea.co.kr}}</sc>|
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date=<sc>2010/02/04</sc>}}<!--Previous Translation of last "sentence": Many Pikachu are living in the Yellow Forest of your PokéWalker! For more information, please check out the official Pokémon website!-->
   
 
===English===
 
===English===
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date=<sc>Apr. 01, 2010</sc>}}
 
date=<sc>Apr. 01, 2010</sc>}}
   
==In other languages==
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===French===
* Japanese: '''きいろのもり'''
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{{wondercard|ms1=025|lang=fra|
* Spanish: '''Bosque Amarillo'''
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title=<sc>{{tt|La Forêt Jaune!|The Yellow Forest!}}</sc>|
* Italian: '''Bosco Giallo'''
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msg=<sc>{{tt|Partez en balade dans la Forêt Jaune,<br>une route spéciale du Pokéwalker,<br>pour rencontrer plein de PIKACHU!<br>Récupérez la carte dans une Boutique<br>Pokémon et sauvegardez.|Go on a Stroll in the Yellow Forest, a special Pokéwalker Route where you can meet lots of PIKACHU! Be sure to save the game once you pick up the Route Map at a Poké Mart.}}</sc>|
* German: '''Goldgelber Wald'''
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date=<sc>01 avr. 2010</sc>}}
* French: '''Forêt jaune'''
 
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*All {{m|Surf}}ing Pikachu found here are female, while all {{m|Fly}}ing Pikachu are male. In the [[Pokémon Adventures]] manga, {{adv|Red}}'s Pikachu [[Pika]], a male, knows Surf, and {{adv|Yellow}}'s Pikachu [[Chuchu]], a female, knows Fly.
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* All {{m|Surf}}ing Pikachu found here are female, while all {{m|Fly}}ing Pikachu are male. In the [[Pokémon Adventures]] manga, {{adv|Red}}'s Pikachu [[Pika]], a male, knows Surf, and {{adv|Yellow}}'s Pikachu [[Chuchu]], a female, knows Fly.
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* As seen in the background of the advertisement picture, there is a Pikachu with balloons tied to its back. This is most likely a reference to the Pikachu at the end credits and opening of {{v2|Yellow}}.
   
==See also==
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==In other languages==
{{bulbanews|Pokémon Sunday reveals first HeartGold, SoulSilver event}}
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{{Langtable|color=d32c3e|bordercolor=ede9ee
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|es=Bosque Amarillo
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|it=Bosco Giallo
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|de=Goldgelber Wald
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|fr=Forêt Jaune
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|nl=Gele Bos{{tt|*|Not available in the game but a translation from the name from the Pokéwalker course.}}
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|ko=노란 숲 ''{{tt|Noran Sup|Yellow Forest}}''
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}}
   
===External links===
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==External links==
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{{bulbanews|Pokémon Sunday reveals first HeartGold, SoulSilver event}}
 
*[http://www.pokemon.co.jp/special/hgss/news/05.html Official HeartGold and SoulSilver site]
 
*[http://www.pokemon.co.jp/special/hgss/news/05.html Official HeartGold and SoulSilver site]
 
*[http://www.pokemongoldsilver.com/us/#/news/yellow-forest Receive the Yellow Forest Route!]
 
*[http://www.pokemongoldsilver.com/us/#/news/yellow-forest Receive the Yellow Forest Route!]
   
{{PokéWalker}}
 
 
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[[de:Goldgelber Wald]]
 
[[de:Goldgelber Wald]]
 
[[es:Bosque Amarillo]]
 
[[es:Bosque Amarillo]]
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[[fr:Forêt Jaune]]
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[[ja:きいろのもり]]
 
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[[zh:黄色森林]]

Latest revision as of 01:34, 6 July 2019

Yellow Forest きいろのもり
Yellow Forest
Yellow Forest US Art.png
Cost: Unlocked by:
0 watts Event
Route forests2.png Advantageous
types:
Ground
Electric
Grass
Description:
Many Pikachu live in harmony in this forest. Walk through here frequently, and try to find one!

Yellow Forest (Japanese: きいろのもり Yellow Forest) is an area in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver. It was first announced on Pokémon Sunday, exactly forty days before the games' release in Japan.

It can be accessed on the Pokéwalker after the player obtains the Route's Route Map from a Wi-Fi event. The only Pokémon that reside in Yellow Forest are Pikachu, some of which are said to know the move Fly. Pikachu captured in the forest can also know moves such as Volt Tackle, Flail, and even Surf.

Pokémon

Group Pokémon Level Steps Required Rarity Held Item Moves
A Spr 4h 025 m.png
Pikachu
Level
15
10000+ steps Very Rare Bag Shuca Berry Sprite.png
Shuca Berry
Fly Flying
Thunder Electric
Growl Normal
Tail Whip Normal
A Spr 4h 025 f.png
Pikachu
Level
14
9500+ steps Very Rare Bag Lum Berry Sprite.png
Lum Berry
Surf Water
Thunderbolt Electric
Thunder Wave Electric
Quick Attack Normal
B Spr 4h 025 f.png
Pikachu
Level
12
5000+ steps Very Rare Bag Sitrus Berry Sprite.png
Sitrus Berry
Volt Tackle Electric
Fake Out Normal
ThunderShock Electric
Growl Normal
B Spr 4h 025 m.png
Pikachu
Level
13
2000+ steps Rare Bag Leppa Berry Sprite.png
Leppa Berry
Flail Normal
Helping Hand Normal
Shock Wave Electric
Thunder Wave Electric
C Spr 4h 025 m.png
Pikachu
Level
10
0+ steps Very Common Bag Tiny Mushroom Sprite.png
TinyMushroom
ThunderShock Electric
Growl Normal
Tail Whip Normal
Thunder Wave Electric
C Spr 4h 025 f.png
Pikachu
Level
10
0+ steps Very Common Bag Oran Berry Sprite.png
Oran Berry
ThunderShock Electric
Growl Normal
Tail Whip Normal
-- --

Items

Item Steps Required Rarity
Light Ball Light Ball 7000+ steps Very Rare
Thunderstone Thunderstone 6000+ steps Very Rare
Miracle Seed Miracle Seed 5000+ steps Very Rare
Big Root Big Root 4000+ steps Very Rare
Aspear Berry Aspear Berry 1000+ steps Common
Rawst Berry Rawst Berry 900+ steps Common
Pecha Berry Pecha Berry 800+ steps Common
Chesto Berry Chesto Berry 700+ steps Common
Cheri Berry Cheri Berry 600+ steps Common
Big Mushroom Big Mushroom 0+ steps Very Common

Distribution

Game Version Duration
Wi-Fi Specific Locations
Japanese Sept. 18 to Nov. 10, 2009 None
Feb. 16 to Feb. 28, 2010
Korean Feb. 4 to Mar. 31, 2010 Feb. 4 to Mar. 15, 2010*
American Apr. 1 to May 5, 2010 Jul. 21 to Jul. 25, 2010*
PAL None

Wonder Card

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

Japanese

*ふしぎなカード 025MS.png
コースマップ きいろのもり
ポケウォーカーの とくべつなコース
きいろのもりに でかけよう!
くわしくは オフィシャルサイトへ!
フレンドリィショップで うけとったら
かならず レポートを かいてね。



Korean

*이상한 카드 025MS.png
노란 숲 선물
프렌들리숍에서 받으면 반드시 리포트를
작성하세요! 포켓워커로 많은 피카츄가
살고 있는 노란 숲에 가는 자세한 방법은
포켓몬 공식 사이트를 확인해 주세요!
http://pokemonkorea.co.kr



English

Wonder Card 025MS.png
The Yellow Forest!
Go on a Stroll in the Yellow Forest,
a special Pokéwalker Route where you
can meet lots of PIKACHU! Be sure to
save the game once you pick up the
Route Map at a Poké Mart.



French

*Carte Miracle 025MS.png
La Forêt Jaune!
Partez en balade dans la Forêt Jaune,
une route spéciale du Pokéwalker,
pour rencontrer plein de PIKACHU!
Récupérez la carte dans une Boutique
Pokémon et sauvegardez.



Trivia

  • All Surfing Pikachu found here are female, while all Flying Pikachu are male. In the Pokémon Adventures manga, Red's Pikachu Pika, a male, knows Surf, and Yellow's Pikachu Chuchu, a female, knows Fly.
  • As seen in the background of the advertisement picture, there is a Pikachu with balloons tied to its back. This is most likely a reference to the Pikachu at the end credits and opening of Yellow.

In other languages

Language Title
The Netherlands Flag.png Dutch Gele Bos*
France Flag.png French Forêt Jaune
Germany Flag.png German Goldgelber Wald
Italy Flag.png Italian Bosco Giallo
South Korea Flag.png Korean 노란 숲 Noran Sup
Spain Flag.png Spanish Bosque Amarillo

External links



Pokéwalker Routes
Pokewalker.png
Before National Pokédex
Refreshing FieldNoisy ForestRugged RoadBeautiful Beach
Suburban AreaDim CaveBlue LakeTown Outskirts
After National Pokédex
Hoenn FieldWarm BeachVolcano PathTreehouseScary CaveSinnoh Field
Icy Mountain Rd.Big ForestWhite LakeStormy BeachResortQuiet Cave
Special
Beyond the SeaNight Sky's EdgeYellow Forest
RallySightseeingWinner's PathAmity Meadow

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