Pal Park

Pal Park
Pal Park
PalParkLobby.jpg
Pal Park Lobby
Japanese Name
パルパーク Pal Park
Appearances
Location
Route 221 in Sinnoh
Unlocked
Finished Sinnoh Dex and obtained the National Dex

Pal Park (パルパーク Pal Park) is a new addition that came along with Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum. It's located at the end of Route 221, and is only accessible once you have obtained the National Dex. Reaching Pal Park requires the HM Surf.

Purpose

Pal Park is used to transfer Pokémon from any of these five games:

One of those five GBA games must be inserted into the GBA slot on the Nintendo DS for the transfer to work. You then have the choice of transferring six (6) Pokemon from that game to Pokemon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum. You may only transfer six Pokemon per day for each game, though. Choose wisely!

Pal Park Locations

Once you transfer the Pokemon to Diamond, Pearl, or Platinum, you must catch them! It isn't a difficult task, though. The Poké Balls you're given have a 100% catch rate; meaning that once you find your Pokemon, you throw the Poké Ball, and it's automatically caught.
Each Pokemon has a different zone; there are five zones in total.

You can see a full list of the locations in the Location Guide.

Field

The Field is a plain field of grass, which is directly in front of the exit/entrance. 123 Pokemon appear here.

Name

Name

Name

Name

Name

Name

Bulbasaur

Ivysaur

Venusaur

Charmander

Charmeleon

Charizard

Pidgey

Pidgeotto

Pidgeot

Rattata

Raticate

Spearow

Fearow

Nidoran♀

Nidorina

Nidoqueen

Nidoran♂

Nidorino

Nidoking

Vulpix

Ninetales

Jigglypuff

Wigglytuff

Meowth

Persian

Growlithe

Arcanine

Abra

Kadabra

Alakazam

Ponyta

Rapidash

Farfetch'd

Doduo

Dodrio

Grimer

Muk

Voltorb

Electrode

Lickitung

Chansey

Kangaskhan

Mr. Mime

Scyther

Jynx

Tauros

Ditto

Eevee

Vaporeon

Jolteon

Flareon

Porygon

Snorlax

Mewtwo

Chikorita

Bayleef

Meganium

Cyndaquil

Quilava

Typhlosion

Sentret

Furret

Ledyba

Ledian

Spinarak

Ariados

Pichu

Cleffa

Igglybuff

Togepi

Togetic

Mareep

Flaaffy

Ampharos

Hoppip

Skiploom

Jumpluff

Sunkern

Sunflora

Yanma

Espeon

Umbreon

Wobbuffet

Girafarig

Snubbull

Granbull

Scizor

Porygon2

Stantler

Smeargle

Smoochum

Miltank

Blissey

Torchic

Combusken

Blaziken

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Last edited by Slipknot Darkrai on 11 December 2010 at 10:44
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