Fifth Gen FAQs/Guides (READ THIS FIRST BEFORE ASKING QUESTIONS)
Collection of existing FAQ threads. (I'm stealing this part of your OP, R_N!)
------------------------- B2W2 FAQs
Q: What are the version exclusive Pokemon?
Black 2 (Pre-National Dex):
Black 2(Post-National Dex):
White 2 (Pre-National Dex):
White 2 (Post-National Dex):
Mr. Mime line
* Through an in-game trade on Route 4, you can obtain Petilil/Cottonee in the other version
**You can breed Volbeat (w/ Ditto)/Illumise and still get Illumise/Volbeat from the egg
***Regice & Registeel can be obtained in the other version by using Unova Link
****Stunky/Glameow are caught in Hidden Grottoes as a reward for a Funfest Mission
Q: Can I trade with BW1? When?
Yes, you can trade with BW1 (requires another DS/DSi/3DS) as soon as you get the C-Gear from Bianca after the first gym.
There are no trade restrictions.
However, the following are not available until the Post-Game:
In addition, Tornadus, Thundurus, and Landorus are only available through trading or through the Dream Radar game on 3DS.
Many of these post game Pokemon are available through Dream World &/or Dream Radar.
Q: Where can I find TM/HM**?
Below is a list of all the locations for each TM/HM.
Spoiler:- TM/HM Obtainable Pre-E4:
TM01 Hone Claws - Victory Road - By Pokémon Centre
TM03 Psyshock - Giant Chasm
TM05 Roar - Route 23
TM06 Toxic - Seaside Cave
TM07 Hail - Mistralton PokéMart - 50,000 PokéDollars
TM08 Bulk Up - Striaton City PokéMart
TM09 Venoshock - Virbank City - Defeat Roxie
TM10 Hidden Power - Pokémon World Tournament
TM11 Sunny Day - Mistralton PokéMart - 50,000 PokéDollars
TM12 Taunt - Route 23
TM13 Ice Beam - Giant Chasm
TM14 Blizzard - Lacunosa PokéMart 70,000 PokéDollars
TM15 Hyper Beam - Route 9 Department Store - 90,000 PokéDollars
TM16 Light Screen - Nimbasa City PokéMart - 30,000 Yen
TM17 Protect - Pokémon World Tournament
TM18 Rain Dance - Mistralton PokéMart - 50,000 PokéDollars
TM20 Safeguard - Pokémon World Tournament
TM21 Frustration - Floccesy Ranch
TM23 Smack Down - Pokémon World Tournament
TM24 Thunderbolt - Victory Road - From Rival
TM25 Thunder - Lacunosa Town PokéMart - 70,000 PokéDollars
TM27 Return - Aspertia City - From Bianca
TM28 Dig - Route 4
TM29 Psychic - Route 13
TM30 Shadow Ball - Reversal Mountain
TM31 Brick Break - Pokémon World Tournament
TM32 Double Team - Pokémon World Tournament
TM33 Reflect - Nimbasa City PokéMart - 30,000 PokéDollars
TM34 Sludge Wave - Pokémon World Tournament
TM35 Flamethrower - Route 23
TM36 Sludge Bomb - Route 8
TM37 Sandstorm - Mistralton City PokéMart - 50,000 PokéDollars
TM38 Fire Blast - Lacunosa Town PokéMart - 70,000 PokéDollars
TM39 Rock Tomb - Relic Castle
TM40 Aerial Ace - Mistralton City Runway
TM41 Torment - Castelia Sewers
TM42 Facade - Marine Tube
TM43 Flame Charge - Tubeline Bridge
TM44 Rest - Castelia City - 11th Floor of GameFreak Building
TM45 Attract - Castelia City - North Street
TM46 Thief - Virbank Complex
TM48 Round - Pokémon World Tournament
TM49 Echoed Voice - Nimbasa City - Musical Hall
TM51 Ally Switch - Pokémon World Tournament
TM53 Energy Ball - Aspertia City
TM54 False Swipe - Reversal Mountain - Show Researcher you've captured all Pokémon from the cave
TM55 Scald - Humilau City - Defeat Marlon
TM56 Fling - Route 6
TM57 Charge Beam - Lentimas Town
TM58 Sky Drop - Mistralton City
TM59 Incinerate - Pokémon World Tournament
TM60 Quash - Pokémon World Tournament
TM61 Will-o-wisp - Celestial Tower
TM62 Acrobatics - Mistralton City - Defeat Skyla
TM63 Embargo - Driftveil City Market
TM64 Explosion - Pokémon World Tournament
TM65 Shadow Claw - Celestial Tower
TM66 Payback - Route 16
TM67 Retaliate - Team Plasma Frigate
TM68 Giga Impact - Route 9 Department Store - 90,000 PokéDollars
TM69 Rock Polish - Reversal Mountain
TM70 Flash - Castelia City Mode Street
TM71 Stone Edge - Twist Mountain
TM72 Volt Switch - Nimbasa City - Defeat Elesa
TM73 Thunder Wave - Nimbasa City PokéMart - 10,000 PokéDollars
TM74 Gyro Ball - Nimbasa City PokéMart - 10,000 PokéDollars
TM75 Swords Dance - Pokémon World Tournament
TM76 Struggle Bug - Castelia City - Defeat Burgh
TM77 Psych Up - Pokémon World Tournament
TM78 Bulldoze - Driftveil City - Defeat Clay
TM79 Frost Breath - Pokémon World Tournament
TM80 Rock Slide - Mistralton Cave
TM81 X-scissor - Route 7
TM82 Dragon Tail - Opelucid City - Defeat Drayden
TM83 Work Up - Aspertia City - Defeat Cheren
TM87 Swagger - Pokémon World Tournament
TM88 Pluck - Pokémon World Tournament
TM89 U-turn - Pokémon World Tournament
TM90 Substitute - Twist Mountain
TM91 Flash Cannon - Twist Mountain
TM92 Trick Room - Abundant Shrine
TM93 Wild Charge - Victory Road
TM94 Rock Smash - Virbank Complex
TM95 Snarl - Lostlorn Forest
HM01 Cut - Virbank City - From Roxie
HM02 Fly - Route 5 - From Bianca
HM03 Surf - Route 6 - From Cheren
HM04 Strength - Castelia Sewers - From Rival
HM05 Waterfall - Victory Road - From N
Q: What is Unova Link
Unova Link is a version exclusive system of unlocks based around keys.
Challenge Mode will increase the AI, levels and in the case of Gym leaders/E4/Champion add/change Pokemon and movesets. Black 2 exclusive
Assist Mode will lower levels and AI of all trainers. It is White 2 exclusive.
Rock Peak Key: Available from the start in both versions. Allows you to catch Regirock in the Underground Ruins (Post game)
Iron Key: Black 2 exclusive, obtained once Regirock is caught. Allows you to catch Registeel in the Underground Ruins
Iceberg Key: White 2 exclusive, obtained once Regirock is caught. Allows you to catch Regice in the Underground Ruins
Black City/White Forest[*]Black City –Tower Key: Obtained once you’ve gone up enough floors in the Black Skyscraper (Black 2 only)[*]White Forest –Forest Key: Obtained once you’ve gone up enough floors in the White TreeHollow (White 2 only)
Q: Can keys be traded? How?
Keys are “leant” through local IR connection
*YOU CAN NOT GIVE KEYS THROUGH WI-FI CONNECTION*
If you are a Black 2 player and are giving the Challenge, Iceberg, and Black City keys to another player they will merely unlock the options but they would be unable to lend the keys themselves.
Notes: All keys can be toggled on or off at any time once in your possession.
In addition, if you switch to the opposite version’s Black City/White Forest, you will instead fight a strong Veteran Trainer rather than Benga.
*If you start a New Game, you will have to unlock all the options again*
Q: What is Memory Link?
Memory Link allows you to link to your copy of Black 1 or White 1.
Unlike the Key Links, this can be done by either Wireless/IR communications, or through use of the Global Link (have both games registered through your Global Link account and have a Pokemon tucked in your prequel game).
The game’s instruction manual can guide you through this process.
Doing Memory Link allows you to:
-View flashbacks about events happening to characters between BW1 & BW2
-Capture N’s Pokemon
-Receive any Musical Props as well as any of Loblolly’s Dream World furniture
-Have your BW1 character mentioned by your Name
-One-time Post-Game battles with Bianca & Cheren’s final teams from BW1 (based on your BW1 starter)
Note: Memory Link’s features are based on your progress through BW1. If you’ve made it further in BW1 after doing Memory Link, you can redo Memory Link to update BW2.
Q: Can Memory Link work across different regioned versions?
It can also work regardless of which prequel you link it to.
In addition, 1 copy of BW1 can be used any number of copies of BW2, regardless of if it's Black 1 with White 2.
Q: I have met Yancy/Curtis at the Ferris Wheel but I can't call them even at the select areas? Why?
It's partially random chance. There is only a chance that when you're in the proper area will you be able to call Yancy/Curtis.
Just keep going between areas and eventually the option should show up on the XTranciever.
As a reminder, these 15 areas are eligible: http://serebii.net/black2white2/droppeditem.shtml
Q: Do I really need to call them 50 times before trading?!
No! It seems that so long as they start smiling on the (for me, after 30 calls) they will start trading with you.
Can I trade with Yancy/Curtis before beating the Elite 4?
Q: What is Dream Radar?
Dream Radar is a Nintendo 3DS exclusive application that you buy & download from the e-Shop for $2.99 (price will vary based on region).
Using AR, you capture various Pokemon and items to send to any BW2 game in your system.
This is done through “3DS Link.” It will send any items to your bag, and any Pokemon caught straight to your PC. All Pokemon have their Dream Abilities and are “caught” within Dream Balls.
The levels range depend on the amount of badges you have from level 5 to level 40.
This Guide is similar to the Console and PC “Achievement” guides you can find online.
Due to Many Medals being “extended” versions of the other Medals, many Medal guides will appear after its “Hardest” version.
Many of the Counts for certain medals can be check via Various NPCs or other visible Locations such C-Gear, Battle Recorder and Pokédex. Many “random” Medals are statuses noted by the third assistant in Join Avenue.
Some topics may already have Sections in the forum suited to certain helping you get other Medals.
As Many Medals I don't have, I've just given them Difficulty rating based on comments. Due to the Fact that the Global Link/Dream World has shut down, and Nintendo Wifi Service for DS/DSi games will be withdrawn. I will note the Medals that will no longer be obtainable, and many of those that have gotten alot harder to due to the lack of Wifi.
The Order of Medals shown here should be the same as you get when you select "Order by Type" after tapping the Magnifying Glass icon, or Start Button.
First Step Very Very Easy
You obtain this one with the Medal Case.
Participation Prize Easy
After Obtain 50 Medals, Visit the Medal Rally Offices located in Castelia City opposite Burgh's Gym. This Building was used by Team Plasma in Black/White 1.
Rookie Medalist Easy
Obtain 50 Medals. It may be locked until you got the Participation Prize Medal.
Elite Medalist Medium
Obtain 100 Medals
Master Medalist Hard
Obtain 150 Medals
Legend Medalist Very Hard
Obtain 200 Medals
Top Medalist Near Impossible
Obtain all other Medals. This is the Equivalent to the Platinum Trophy on the Playstation 3 games. Due to Several Medals now being unavailable, Obtaining Top Medalist is now impossible.
This set of Medals are easy to understand how to get, but hard to acquire as you need to get the following Medals.
Many of the following Medals should be obtained via normal game play. Other Medals in this section should unlock while trying to compete some of the other medals.
Light Walker Very Very Easy
Walk 5,000 steps.
Middle Walker Very Easy
Walk 10,000 steps.
Heavy Walker Easy
Walk 20,000 steps.
Honored Footprints Medium
Walk 100,000 steps.
You should be cover all of the 100,000 steps by the time you beat the Elite 4. Egg Hatching would help complete the last Medal. For reference, with no assistance, it takes 10,455 steps for the longest hatching time of any Pokémon that can be breed. Pokémon take this amount of time, include Axew, Deino and Bagon.
Step-by-Step Saver Very Very Easy
Save the game 10 times.
Busy Saver Very Easy
Save the game 20 times.
Experienced Saver Easy
Save the game 50 times.
Wonder Writer Easy-Medium
Save the game 100 times.
Like the Walking set, another set of Medals you should not need to Grind for. This should be awarding during normal Gameplay, if one takes his or her time. Using many of the Communication functions, such as Trading will have players saving often.
Pokémon Center Fan Very Easy
Restore Pokémon's health in any Pokémon Center 10 times. This should be awarded during normal Gameplay.
Signboard Starter Easy
Read 5 different “Trainer Tips” signs.
Signboard Savvy Medium
Read 15 different Trainer Tips signs.
There Are more than 15 Signs.
Below as the Locations of all the Signs:
Nimbasa City x2
Opelucid City x1
Pinwheel Forrest (Inside) x1
Route 1 x1
Route 2 x1 (Near Station City)
Route 4 x1
Route 5 x1
Route 6 x1
Route 7 x1
Route 9 x1
Route 12 x1
Route 13 x1
Route 14 x2
Route 19 x1
Graffiti Gazer Easy
Find graffiti behind a sign. A sign between Route 2 and Striation City has Graffiti behind it.
Starter Cycling Very Easy
Ride a Bicycle for the first time.
Easy Cycling Easy
Ride a Bicycle 30 times.
Hard Cycling Medium
Ride a Bicycle 100 times.
Pedaling Legend Hard
Ride a Bicycle 500 times.
You obtain the Bicycle when you arrive in Castelia City. You may want to add the Bicycle quick access, so you can just press Y and hop on it. You should be able obtain this set naturally after playing for some time.
Old Rod Fisherman Very Easy
Reel in a Pokémon for the first time.
Good Rod Fisherman Easy
Reel in a Pokémon 10 times.
Super Rod Fisherman Medium
Reel in a Pokémon 50 times.
Mighty Fisher Medium Hard
Reel in a Pokémon 100 times
Like in Black/White 1, the only Fishing Rod available is only given to the player after beating the Champion. You can fish to help complete all of the National Pokédex.
Normal-type Catcher Medium-Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Normal Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex.
Fire-type Catcher Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Fire Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex.
Water-type Catcher Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Water Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex.
Electric-type Catcher Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Electric Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex.
Grass-type Catcher Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Grass Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex.
Ice-type Catcher Medium-Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Ice Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex.
Fighting-type Catcher Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Fighting Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex.
Poison-type Catcher Medium-Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Poison Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex.
Ground-type Catcher Medium-Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Ground Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex.
Flying-type Catcher Medium-Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Flying Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex.
Psychic-type Catcher Medium-Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Psychic Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex.
Bug-type Catcher Medium-Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Bug Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex.
Rock-type Catcher Medium-Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Rock Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex
Ghost-type Catcher Medium-Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Ghost Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex.
Dragon-type Catcher Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Dragon Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex.
Dark-type Catcher Medium-Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Dark Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex.
Steel-type Catcher Medium-Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Catch all Steel Pokémon in the Unova Pokédex.
Unova Catcher Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Complete the Unova Pokédex.
National Catcher Very Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Complete the National Pokédex.
This is only possible via trading, and certain Pokémon must be be traded from the other games. Visiting Serebii.net Trade Forums and using GTS are the best way to make trades.
(The following event Pokémon are not required: Mew, Celebii, Jirachi, Deoyxs, Manaphy, Phoine, Darkrai, Shaymin, Arceus, Vicitini, Keldeo, Meloetta and Genesect.)
The Lack of Wifi will make this set of medals a lot harder to obtain, However one can obtain them all via Local trading if they own the almost all the games.
30 Boxed Very Easy
Deposit 30 Pokémon into PC boxes. 30 Pokémon will fill one Box.
120 Boxed Easy
Deposit 120 Pokémon into PC boxes. 120 Pokémon will fill 4 Boxes.
360 Boxed Medium
Deposit 360 Pokémon into PC boxes 360 Pokémon will fill 12 Boxes.
Boxes Maxed Medium-Hard
Deposit 720 Pokémon into PC boxes. As the title suggests, this requires you to fill every box.
Catch or Hatch eggs until you fill enough Boxes. This should come naturally while you trying to complete the National Dex or the relevant Parties for other Medals. The use of PokéTransfer, and Pokémon Dream Radar, can also help for this set of medals. *USE OF GEN 6 POKÉMON BANK'S POKÉ-TRANSPORTER CAN HINDER THIS MEDALS PROGRESS*
See also Capturing Spree and Hatching.
Capturing Spree Medium
Capture at least 50 Pokémon within one day.
Capturing 50 Pokémon is not hard. The use of Quick Balls, Dusk Balls and Repeat Balls should reduce time in battles. Making wild Pokémon Sleep and/or reducing their HP down to 1 via False Swipe or a Pokémon at 1HP using Endeavour. (Yes, the FEAR Strategy also works for catching Pokémon.)
The use of PokéTransfer counts for this Medal, which can be done with ease, as it's almost 2 full boxes.
Vending Virtuoso Easy
Purchase 10 drinks from vending machines.
The first vending machine you can use is at PokéStar Studios, you must purchase each Drink individually. Most Vending Machines are in “Urban” cites, Like Casteila and Nimbasa.
Lucky Drink Easy - Pure Luck - No Skill Involved
Get a bonus drink from a vending machine.
This Medal relies on the random chance (1 in 33 or 3% per purchase) for a “Free” Drink will be given. So Purchase as many Drinks as you can. Functionally identical to a Super Potion, Fresh Water is cheaper, and has one of the better health restoration Per P Spent in the entire game.
Evolution Hopeful Very Easy
Evolve a Pokémon for the first time.
Evolution Tech Easy
Evolve Pokémon 10 times.
Evolution Expert Medium
Evolve Pokémon 50 times
Evolution Authority Hard
Evolve Pokémon 100 times
Trying to compete Unova/National Pokédex Medals should have you evolving your Pokémon.
Ace Pilot Easy
Travel using Fly a certain number of times.
Hustle Muscle Medium
Use Strength to drop a large boulder a certain number of times.
Many "cave" areas and several outdoor places have the large boulders that need to be pushed. Several of these are now required to continue the game.
Trash Master Easy
Check trash cans a certain number of times. Trash Cans can be found in many “main” land Unova Cites and homes.
All three of are simple enough, but can only be started after a certain point in the game.
Dowsing Beginner Very Easy
Find a hidden item for the first time.
Dowsing Specialist Easy
Find 10 hidden items.
Dowsing Collector Medium
Find 50 hidden items.
Dowsing Wizard Hard
Find 150 hidden items.
Naming Champ Easy
Give nicknames to Pokémon 10 times.
Television Kid Easy
Watch television 10 times.
Regular Customer Very Easy
Shop a certain number of times.
Moderate Customer Easy
Spend P10,000 or more.
Great Customer Easy-Medium
Spend P100,000 or more.
Indulgent Customer Medium
Spend P1,000,000 or more.
Super Rich Hard
Spend P10,000,000 or more.
This is does not need to be done one shopping sale, but can be spread out over the life time of the game. The Hard Part of this is earning enough Money to pay for all the Shopping. Having a Pokémon that using PayDay with Amulet Coin or Luck Incense, while fighting other Trainers will earn a lot of Money. Payday only naturally learned by Meowth. Purrloin can learn it as an Egg Move. An Event-only Skitty also knows this. Also Smergle can Sketch Payday. (The PayDay Skitty event is From “Pokémon Box RS” game and still “active.”)
Smart Shopper Easy
Buy 10 standard Pokéballs at once and receive a Premier ball.
Sweet Home Easy
Take a rest at home in Aspertia City.
The First Passerby Easy
Pass by a person for the first time with C-Gear's Tag Mode.
30 Passersby Medium
Pass by 30 or more people with Tag Mode.
100 Passersby Hard
Pass by 100 or more people with Tag Mode.
Heavy Traffic Very Hard
Pass by 1,000 or more people with Tag Mode.
This Set of Medals relies on other people having their C-Gear active while you're playing with your C-Gear on.
Due to the way the Game "saves" the Tag Log, it is Possible to "Farm" this Medal. You can make 1 another game count as all 1000 People. To prevent someone games just adding everytime you reconnect the other game's data is stored. However, when you save the other game's data is not saved, but the count is stored.
In short: After getting the Tag, you save and then turn off both DSes. After that restarting the games and re-taging the same games many times to obtain the count.
Pass Power ↑ Easy
Use a Pass Power from Entralink for the first time.
Pass Power ↑↑ Medium
Use 10 or more Pass Powers.
Pass Power ↑↑↑ Hard
Use 50 or more Pass Powers.
Pass Power MAX
Use 100 or more Pass Powers.
You need to obtain enough Pass Orbs. But using the Powers is could make many of other Medals easier or quicker to obtain. Unlike Black & White you do not need to do a mission in another game via local Wireless obtain powers.
Besides doing Missions you can obtain Pass Orbs Via the Dream World. You can also Trade Pass Orbs from other games.
Dozing Capture Very Easy **REQUIRED DREAM WORLD - NOW IMPOSSIBLE**
Catch a Pokémon in the Entree Forest for the first time.
Sleeping Capture Very Easy **REQUIRED DREAM WORLD - NOW IMPOSSIBLE**
Catch 10 or more Pokémon in the Entree Forest.
Deep Sleep Capture Very Easy **REQUIRED DREAM WORLD - NOW IMPOSSIBLE**
Catch 50 or more Pokémon in the Entree Forest.
Sweet Dreamer Very Easy but “time consuming.” **REQUIRED DREAM WORLD - NOW IMPOSSIBLE**
Catch 100 or more Pokémon in the Entree Forest.
This is not a hard task to complete as you're given “MasterBalls” to catch the Pokémon in the Entree Forest. It will take at least 100 days of playing Pokémon Dream World to obtain the required 100 Pokémon. The 100 Days count is based on the current Dream World limitations, assuming no Extra Pokémon given out Via Event or delays when maintenance happens.
WARNING! THIS MEDAL MAY NOT BE POSSIBLE TO GET IF STARTED AFTER AUGUST 19. (August 20th is 112 Days before December 10th. The 12 extra Days is for the extended October Maintenance.)
Unless you have unclaimed Pokémon in the Entree Forest, these Medals is no longer obtainable.
Egg Beginner Very Very Easy
Hatch a Pokémon Egg for the first time.
Egg Breeder Very Easy
Hatch 10 Eggs or more.
Egg Elite Easy
Hatch 50 Eggs or more.
Hatching Aficiando Easy but “Time Consuming.”
Hatch 100 Eggs or more.
This is just more time consuming than actually hard. Many good Pokémon for Battle Subway or PWT usually have Egg moves, and are often breed for the battles. Except for trading, you can not obtain eggs until you reach Route 3 Daycare. Having the Oval Charm may increase the rate Eggs that are produced. Getting a Nursery for Link Avenue is can be helpful.
Day-Care Faithful Easy
Leave many Pokémon at the Pokémon Day Care on Route 3. However, you can not visit Route 3 until after you beat the Champion.
UNTESTED: You need to Deposit 100 Pokémon.
Archeology Lover Easy
Have a Pokémon Fossil restored at the Nacrene Museum. Lenora in Nacrene Museum will give you a Fossil the first time you speak to her.
Lucky Color Very Hard - Normally Pure Chance (if not trading) *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Obtain a Shiny Pokémon. Finding a Wild Shiny Pokemon is pure luck. However, you can obtain a Shiny Pokémon from Alder, after beating Benga. There is also a guaranteed shiny Pokémon in the Nature Preserve which is only visible after seeing all of the Unova Dex. Trading or PokéTransfer a Shiny Pokémon from another game will unlock this medal. There have been several Shiny event Pokémon, as well as a guaranteed shiny Pokémon in HGSS, in the past, you may get it via trading or PokeTransfering. The "Magnemite Coil" give you a Shiny Pokémon.
Pokérus Discoverer Very Hard - Normally Pure Chance(if not trading) *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Obtain a Pokémon infected with the Pokérus. Like Shininess, Catching Pokérus is also relies on pure luck. Trading or PokéTransfer a infected Pokémon from another game will unlock this medal. Visit our Trade section and Request a Pokémon with it. The "Magnemite Coil" may give you a Pokémon with Pokérus.
Very Easy (Time limited - Spring-Summer only)
Defeat the three Trainers on Back Street in Castelia City. However you will need Surf and the water to be high, which is only in Spring and Summer. Hugh prevents you Surfing?
Rail Enthusiast Easy
Hear information on all the trains in Anville Town. Only accessible Via the Brown line of Battle Subway Station. You will require multiple visits. There are at least 9 Trains and at least one empty platform which will be spoken about.
Wailord Watcher Easy (Time Limited)
See a Wailord at the Marine Tube. Many People see Wailords at 3PM to 4PM.
Face Board Memorial Easy
Take a photo at the face board in Humilau City. Post Elite 4.
Heavy Machinery Pro Easy
Correctly answer the Heavy Machinery Pro's five questions in Twist Mountain?
Ruins Raider Very Hard
Reach the deepest part of the Abyssal Ruins. This area is a Maze and you may need a guide.
Diamond Dust Easy (Time limited)
Expected to be only found in Icirrus City, on certain days.
Expected days: (Snowpoint City Dates)
January 12th (Developer's Birthday)
February 29th (Leap Year)
March 15th (Ides of March)
May 1st (May Day/International Workers' Day/Labour Day)
December 31st (New Years Eve) (Confirmed)
Bridge Enthusiast Easy
Visit all the bridges in Unova. Several Bridges will be closed until after beating the Champion.
Around Unova Easy *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Visit every city and town in Unova. This includes Unity Tower. To Access Unity Tower, You should set your Location on the Globe in most Pokémon Centres, you will need to trade with someone who has done the same. The "Magnemite Coil" can help get access to the tower.
Great Adventurer Very Hard **REQUIRED DREAM WORLD - NOW IMPOSSIBLE**
Obtain all 97 other Adventure Medals. (Difficulty based on hardest task.)
This is set is all about battles.
Battle Learner Very Easy
Battle 100 times
Battle Teacher Easy
Battle 200 times
Battle Veteran Medium
Battle 400 times
Battle Virtuoso Medium-Hard
Battle 2,000 times
This should be got naturally, if you’re attempting to get some of the other medals.
Link Battle Amateur
Have a Link Battle for the first time
Link Battle Pioneer Easy
Have 10 or more Link Battles
Link Battle Expert Medium
Have 50 or more Link Battles
Born to Battle Medium-Hard
Have 100 or more Link Battles
Wifi Vs Battle as well as Local wireless and IR battles are counted. Check out our Wifi section!
Magikarp Award Very Easy
Use the move Splash in a battle.
Despite the name, Splash is found on many other Pokémon. Magikarp is only found post game. Found early in the game, Azurill will be able to do this. Splash still does nothing but we still love it all the same.
Never Give Up Medium-Hard
Use the move Struggle in a battle.
Struggle is the “Desperation” move, and all Pokémon use this after you use all PP that a Pokémon uses. Avoid visiting a Pokémon Centre, and do not use any PP replenishment items. It's recommended you go up against weak wild Pokémon. You may be "forced" use all PP in a trainer battle, especially if you have a match up that will result no damage hits from a "wall". (Trust your instincts!)
Noneffective Artist Easy
Use moves that aren't very effective against the opponent.
During double battles, a Flying type with it's partner using a move like Earthquake works well for this. Also Ground types with Discharge should work. This should automatically unlock eventually during normal Game play.
Supereffective Savant Easy
Use super-effective moves a certain number of times. This should automatically unlock eventually during normal Game play.
Subway Low Gear Very Easy
Try the Battle Subway for the first time.
Subway Accelerator Easy
Enter the Battle Subway 10 times. You do not need to win a match.
Subway Top Gear Hard
Enter the Battle Subway 50 times.
Runaway Express Very Hard
Enter the Battle Subway 100 times.
Single Express Medium
Beat the Subway Boss on the Single Line.
Double Express Medium|
Beat the Subway Boss on the Double Line
Multi Express Medium
Beat the Subway Boss on the Multi Line.
You’ll need to use Battle Subway in Nimbasa City. If you’re having trouble with getting to beat the Subway bosses, you can visit our RMT Section.
Test Novice Easy
Take the first Battle Test in the Battle Institute in Nimbassa City.
Test Fan Medium
Take 10 Battle Tests in the Battle Institute.
Test Enthusiast Hard
Take 30 Battle Tests in the Battle Institute.
Exam Genius Hard
Take 50 Battle Tests in the Battle Institute.
You must have beaten the champion before you can start on this one. Due to a "bug" you can skip the battles by using the "run" option.
Exp. Millionaire Medium
Earn 1,000,000 Experience Points in a day.
Low Level Pokémon Earn more Experience in battle. Trading Pokémon from other language games will boost the amount obtained. Also Holding the Lucky Egg and using the EXP Pass Powers will gain more experience. Audino and the Chansey line have quite lot of Experience can be earned.
BP Wealthy Medium
Earn 100 Battle Points.
Superb Locator Medium
Meet a certain number of Pokémon who appear in either Shaking Grass, Dust Clouds, Water Sprouts and Shadows on certain bridges.
Battle Repeater Easy
Battle with 30 Trainers or more in Big Stadium and Small Court. You will need to visit the Stadium and Court on several days.
Cruise Connoisseur Easy (Time limited)
Take 10 or more cruises on the Royal Unova. The Royal Unova can be only Boarded at Casteila City, during Twilight hours. Spring/Autumn(Fall) 5pm to 8pm, Summer 7pm to 8pm, Winter 5pm to 7pm. Unlike BW1, you can board as soon as you reach Casteila City.
Driftveil Mightiest Easy (Plot Related)
Win the Pokémon World Tournament - Driftveil Tournament. You will obtain this one as Part of the Story.
Rental Champ Medium
Win the Pokémon World Tournament - Rental Tournament.
Mix Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon World Tournament - Mix Tournament.
Unova Mightiest Easy
Win the Pokémon World Tournament - Unova Leaders Tournament.
Kanto Mightiest Medium
Win the Pokémon World Tournament - Kanto Leaders Tournament.
Johto Mightiest Medium
Win the Pokémon World Tournament - Johto Leaders Tournament.
Hoenn Mightiest Medium
Win the Pokémon World Tournament - Hoenn Leaders Tournament.
Sinnoh Mightiest Medium
Win the Pokémon World Tournament - Sinnoh Leaders Tournament.
Mightiest Leader Hard
Win the Pokémon World Tournament - World Leaders Tournament.
World's Mightiest Hard
Win the Pokémon World Tournament - Champions Tournament.
Rental Master Hard
Win the Pokémon World Tournament - Rental Master Tournament.
Mix Master Hard
Win the Pokémon World Tournament - Mix Master Tournament.
All Types Champ Very Hard
Win all the Pokémon World Tournament - Type Expert Tournaments.
The Rate my Team Section can help you form a team for most individual Tournaments.
Tower Junior Medium
Reach Area 5 of Black Tower in Black City.
Tower Master Hard
Reach Area 10 of Black Tower in Black City.
Treehollow Junior Medium
Reach Area 5 of White Treehollow in White Forest.
Treehollow Master Hard
Reach area 10 of White Treehollow in White Forest.
Two of the above 4 Medals require the use of the Key systems. To enter the "other" "city", you to need Share Keys using IR Trading in the "Load Game".
20 Victories Medium
Beat 20 Trainers in Black Tower or White Treehollow.
50 Victories Hard
Beat 50 Trainers in Black Tower or White Treehollow.
100 Victories Very Hard?
Beat 100 Trainers in Black Tower or White Treehollow.
1,000 Wins Near Impossible
Beat 1,000 Trainers in Black Tower or White Treehollow.
This is total is for the life time of the game, not per Challenge. So Persistence may be needed.
Undefeated: Easy Easy
Defeat all Trainers in Area 2, 3, 4, or 5 of Black Tower or White Treehollow.
Undefeated: Hard Hard
Defeat all Trainers in Area 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10 of Black Tower or White Treehollow.
Pinpoint: Easy Medium
Clear Area 2, 3, 4, or 5 of Black Tower or White Treehollow in four battles or less.
Pinpoint: Hard Hard
Clear Area 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10 of Black Tower or White Treehollow in six battles or less.
Quick Clear: Easy Medium
Clear Area 2, 3, 4, or 5 of Black Tower or White Treehollow within 100 steps.
Quick Clear: Hard Hard
Clear Area 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10 of Black Tower or White Treehollow within 1,000 steps.
There is a Trick to obtain these which involves Saving on the Level, and find out what you need, and then take the shortest/least amount of trainers to complete the level.
Battle Guru Very Hard
Obtain all 55 other Battle Medals
Most of the following medals require you to communicate with other players.
Beginning Trader Very Easy *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Trade a Pokémon for the first time.
Occasional Trader Easy *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Trade Pokémon 10 times.
Frequent Trader Medium *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Trade Pokémon 50 times.
Great Trade-Up Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Trade Pokémon 100 times
Trading to any other 5th Generation game will add to the trade counter. You can use GTS for this. Note that: Ingame Trades, and Transfers from any of the 4th Gen games do not count for this. Also Magnemite Coil has the ability to help you here.
Opposite Trader Very Easy *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Trade between Black 2 and White 2/White; or between White 2 and Black 2/Black.
Requesting or searching for a version exclusive Pokémon should help you here, especially if you are offering your version exclusive Pokémon. http://serebii.net/black2white2/exclusives.shtml
Also Magnemite Coil has the ability to help you here.
Pen Pal Very Easy
Write Mail and have a Pokémon hold it.
As simple as that, write a letter and place it on a Pokémon, you don’t have to do anything else. Letters cost P50.
Talented Cast Member Easy
Participate in Pokémon Musicals a certain number of times.
Rising Star Easy
Receive a good review for the first time in a Pokémon Musical.
Big Star Medium
Receive five good reviews in Pokémon Musicals.
Receive 10 good reviews in Pokémon Musicals.
Musical Star Very Hard
Receive 30 good reviews in Pokémon Musicals.
Collect all the Props used in Pokémon Musicals
There are two ways to get all the items. Exactly like in Black/White, the “standard” way is to visit a Man in Opelucid City, who will give you items. Certain Props can be got via wining Musicals, and the owner of the Pokémon Musical will give you a Present in in the form of rare prop in the birthday inserted in to your DS date. If any props where obtained in the Black/White game before you use Memory Link, the owner of the Pokémon Musical will give you the case with all of props obtained in the other game. You could easily obtain all the props this way. Once the Case is obtained, Any Missing prop must be then obtained the “standard” way, even if the linked game obtains them all after you obtain the case.
10 Followers Hard
Ten fans gather at the reception after a Pokémon Musical.
First Friend Very Easy **WIFI USE REQUIRED**
Register a Friend Code in the Pal Pad for the first time.
Extensive Friendship Easy **WIFI USE REQUIRED**
Register five or more Friend Codes in the Pal Pad.
Broad Friendship Medium **WIFI USE REQUIRED**
Register 10 or more Friend Codes in the Pal Pad.
Global Connection Hard **WIFI USE REQUIRED**
Register 32 Friend Codes in the Pal Pad.
Using our Trading and Battle Forums should help you fill up your Pal Pad. Joining one of our Clans could also provide you with many Battling and trading opportunities.
As a Reminder, you must connect to the other Person before the Friend Code will be properly registered.
Spin Trade Whiz Easy
Play Spin Trade in the Union Room a certain number of times. This requires Local Wireless Trading.
Feeling Master Easy
Play Feeling Check a certain number of times.
Ace of Hearts Medium
Score 80 points or more in Feeling Check.
Feeling Check is only accessed via the IR option of the C-Gear, as a result finding a Partner will be required. Feeling Check is possible with BW1.
Ferris Wheel Fan Easy (Time Restictions)
Meet a lot of people at the Ferris Wheel in Nimbasa City. You'll need have all the "seasonal" trainers visit. There are other important Trainers that will appear certain day. Leaving the area after a ride will make the seasonal "trainer" appear.
New Guide Very Easy *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Guide 10 or more customers in Join Avenue.
Elite Guide Easy *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Guide 20 or more customers in Join Avenue.
Veteran Guide Medium *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Guide 50 or more customers in Join Avenue.
Guiding Champ Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Guide 100 or more customers in Join Avenue.
Shop Starter Very Easy *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Create five shops in Join Avenue.
Shop Builder Easy *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Create 10 shops in Join Avenue.
Shop Constructor Medium *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Create 20 shops in Join Avenue.
Extreme Developer Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Create 50 shops in Join Avenue.
Each Fan or Visitor can be chosen as to open a shop. After opening the 8th Shop, you must replace a existing shop. Some People recommend doing this after that Shop hits Level 10.
OK Souvenir Getter Easy *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Receive 10 or more souvenirs from visitors in Join Avenue.
Good Souvenir Getter Medium *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Receive 30 or more souvenirs from visitors in Join Avenue.
Great Souvenir Getter Hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Receive 50 or more souvenirs from visitors in Join Avenue.
Tycoon of Souvenirs Very hard *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Receive 100 or more souvenirs from visitors in Join Avenue.
Souvenirs are given out at random by fans and visitors. Visiting the Join Avenue at least daily and after communications, is the only know way to get this.
Avenue of Fame Medium *WI-FI USE RECOMMENDED BUT STILL OBTAINABLE*
Develop Join Avenue to Level 10, and earn the right to name it. To Level up the Avenue, Direct people to the Correct shops.
Connect with many People and regularly visit the Join Avenue. There is a limit on the amount of Visitors than can until you go and see them. Also you can't get the same person twice in one day. This page has a lot of useful information: http://serebii.net/black2white2/joinavenue.shtml
Magnemite Coil can help get visitors to all the Join Avenue Medals.
Minigame Fan Easy
Play minigames on the Xtransceiver 10 times or more.
Minigame Buff Medium
Play minigames on the Xtransceiver 30 times or more.
Minigame Expert Hard
Play minigames on the Xtransceiver 50 times or more.
Best Minigamer Very Hard
Play minigames on the Xtransceiver 100 times or more.
Balloon Rookie Easy
Reach a total of 50 points in minigames on the Xtransceiver.
Balloon Technician Medium
Reach a total of 200 points in minigames on the Xtransceiver.
Balloon Expert Hard
Reach a total of 500 points in minigames on the Xtransceiver.
Balloon Conquerer Very Hard
Reach a total of 1,000 points in minigames on the Xtransceiver.
You’ll need to find another player of Black2 or White2 in local wireless range to complete this.
New Face Hero Very Easy – Story related
Complete the first Brycen-Man movie.
Hero Movie Star Medium
Complete the Brycen-Man Series. The Second Brycen-man Movie can only be filmed after beating the Champion.
Cop Movie Master Medium
Complete the Full Metal Cop Series.
UFO Movie Master Medium
Complete the Invaders Series.
Monster Movie Master Medium
Complete the Big Monster Series.
Sci Fi Movie Master Medium
Complete the Timegate Traveler Series.
Romantic Movie Star Medium
Complete the Love and Battles Series.
Fantasy Movie Master Medium
Complete the Mystery Doors of the Magical Land Series.
Comedic Movie Star Medium
Complete the The Giant Woman! Series.
Horror Movie Star Medium
Complete the Red Fog of Terror Series.
Robot Movie Master Medium
Complete the Everlasting Memories Series.
Ghost Movie Master Medium
Complete the Ghost Eraser Series.
Hero Ending Harder
Release Brycen-Man Strikes Back Harder.
Popular Movie Star Medium
Release all movies.
Masterpiece Star Hard
Release all movies with happy endings.
Blockbuster Star Easy
Reach P100 billion in box office sales. Making a Movie with a Twist Ending should easily make the required money in the box office.
First Cult Classic Easy
Release a movie with a twist ending for the first time.
Cult Classic Star Hard
Release all movies with twist endings.
PokéStar is more of a Puzzle Battles that serious ones. After you released a Movie, You can use your own Pokémon.
10 People Funfest Medium
Play an Entralink Funfest Mission with 10 people or more.
30 People Funfest Hard
Play an Entralink Funfest Mission with 30 people or more.
The Issue with this one is that you need to find other players of B2W2 to play with.
Scored 100 Hard?
Score 100 points or more in a Funfest Mission
Scored 1,000 Near Impossible
Score 1,000 points or more in a Funfest Mission
You need several players to complete this in Local wireless, as the score must be obtained during a single Mission. Estimates you need 30 players for 1000 points
Mission Host Lv. 1 Easy
Host 10 or more Funfest Missions
Mission Host Lv. 2 Medium
Host 50 or more Funfest Missions
Hosting may require a partner to play with. You can help a fellow player obtain Participant Medals.
Participant Lv. 1 Easy
Participate in a Funfest Mission for the first time
Participant Lv. 2 Medium
Participate in 10 or more Funfest Missions
You need to join someone else’s Missions to do this one.
Achiever Lv. 1 Easy
Clear 30 or more Funfest Missions
Achiever Lv. 2 Medium
Clear 100 or more Funfest Missions
Funfest Complete Hard
Clear all Funfest Missions available in your game. There are some Version exclusive Missions.
Good Night Easy **DREAM WORLD REQUIRED - NO LONGER OBTAINABLE**
Use Game Sync to wake up a tucked-in Pokémon.
Beginning of Memory Easy
Use Memory Link and see an event for the first time.
Memory Master Medium
Use Memory Link and see all events.
Entertainment Master Near Impossible **DREAM WORLD REQUIRED - NO LONGER OBTAINABLE**
Obtain all 74 other Entertainment Medals
The Following Medals are hard to complete, but with good planning all of the following is possible.
Normal-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Normal-type Pokémon.
Fire-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Fire-type Pokémon.
Water-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Water-type Pokémon.
Electric-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Electric-type Pokémon.
Grass-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Grass-type Pokémon.
Ice-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Ice-type Pokémon.
Fighting-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Fighting-type Pokémon.
Poison-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Poison-type Pokémon.
Ground-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Ground-type Pokémon.
Flying-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Flying-type Pokémon.
Psychic-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Psychic-type Pokémon.
Bug-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Bug-type Pokémon.
Rock-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Rock-type Pokémon.
Ghost-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Ghost-type Pokémon.
Dragon-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Dragon-type Pokémon.
Dark-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Dark-type Pokémon.
Steel-type Champ Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only Steel-type Pokémon.
Several types of moves have no effect on the Elite 4 and the Champ, so be prepared and build parties take down their teams. Using Pokémon that are at Level 100 can help for this challenge as you could be facing Pokémon in the early Level 80s. If you have a party that all have the same two types, you can earn two medal for that run if you have not obtain them both yet. Your Party does not have to be full, it can be done on one Pokémon.
One and Only Very Hard
Win the Pokémon League with only one Pokémon in the party.
This is the most risky challenge of the lot. Unlike previous 17, where you could switch Pokémon and use Baton Passers, you only have one Pokemon. In this case you’ll need to make sure that you don’t faint, as you’ll have to start again. Having a Level 100 Pokémon is probably the only way, if didn’t choose solo the Elite 4 the first time. You can do a run for this and obtain type medals at the same time. For example: An Articuno solo run could unlock Ice-type, Flying Type and One and Medals at the same time.
Supreme Challenger Very Hard
Obtain all 18 other Challenge Medals
Spoiler:- Magnemite Coil:
This is not Medal or anything to with it, but a Fan made event. It's the one of the faster ways to get trades done faster and more people in the Join Avenue and sometimes the Dream World. This makes the Several Medals Easier to get, and indirectly help get certain medals easier.
Step 1) Catch 2-3 wild Magnemites. Natures, stats, and other info doesn't matter.
Step 2) Put one of your Magnemites up for trade in the Global Trade Station (GTS) and ask for any other Magnemite in return.
Step 3) While waiting for this trade to go through, go on the GTS again and search for the Magnemites of other trainers who are participating in the Coil. Trade one of your other Magnemites for this one.
Step 4) After both trades go through, you should have two new Magnemites from two different trainers, and also more visitors in your Join Avenue.
Step 5) Simply do the process over and over by repeatedly trading your newly-acquired Magnemites for new ones on the GTS. After enough time in the cycle, you may have seen 20-30 different Magnemites from many different nations across the world!
NOTE) As you trade Magnemites, feel free to attach items that you think could help out other members of the Coil. If you are lucky enough to have contracted the Pokerus in your game, you could even pass that beneficial condition to other trainers through the Magnemite Coil as well!
Many of the trading and Join Avenue Medals should complete with ease.
You may be able to Speed up the amount of Visitors in the Dream World.
Users of BW1 can actually join in and help, but they don't get all the advantages. (W1 users may catch them in White Forest, but otherwise trading and breeding is needed. http://www.serebii.net/pokedex-bw/081.shtml)
Lack of "Available" Magnemite. - This entire effort actually depends on people actually depositing Magnemite.
Search results are delayed - Due to a GTS Server "optimization" technique, it's possible get all the Magnemite Coil Pokémon say "This Pokémon is already Traded," when selected, even if you "refresh" your search.
This is a Fan Event so this could easily die out.
Join Avenue has a limit of 12 "Visitors" (It's recommended you guide your fans first, before trading.)
Join Avenue will only let same "visitor" visit only one per day.
Sadly no Deino Coil. (Sorry, those who visit Alt Anime forums may get the joke.)
Finally, Magenemite Coil does not have the Serebii "Seel of Approval."
After May 2014, GTS will be closed, so this addition to the "guide" is no longer applicable, but kept for the sake of completeness.
After May 2014, Nintendo will turn off Wifi services for all DS games, This will mean that an additional 4 Medals will no longer available to obtain, bringing the total up to 12 unobtainable medals. Many other Medals are still obtainable, as Wifi use only made getting the Medals easier.
Several Console Games online already have "impossible" Trophies/Achievements due to Servers going down. For Example: Several sports games such has Fifa 09, on the PS3/360 have confirmed by Trophy Hunters/Achievement Hunters to be impossible to complete certain Trophies/Achievements due to the Servers being shut down. In many cases, a Press release was given some time before the actual shut down.
A parody of the Pokemon Colosseum game, full of pastries and Miror B.
Completed. Four times winner of Best Comedy/Funniest Fic.