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"Pokemon Channel" FAQ/Walkthrough

== CREATED  BY:  Jiafu ==

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Table of Contents:
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1: Legal Information
2: Introduction
3: Walkthrough
3.1: Prof. Oak's Gift
3.2: First Day
3.3: Second Day
3.4: Third Day
3.5: Fourth Day
3.6: Fifth Day
3.7: Sixth Day
4: Channels
5: Outside
5.1: Backyard
5.2: Viridian Forest
5.3: Mt.Snowfall
5.4: Cobalt Beach
6: Shop 'N Squirtle Items
7: Pokemon Mini
8: Nice Cards
9: E-Reader Cards   
10: Areas
11: Versions
12: Credits


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1:   Legal Information
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-This FAQ can only be found on Gamefaqs.com, Cheatcc.com, Faqs.ign.com, 
PokeDream.com,  Pokejello01.pkmn.co.uk, Cheathappens.com, and CheatCodes.com. If it 
is posted on any other sites without my permission, you will be in violation of my 
Copyrights of this FAQ.

-Everything seen in Pokemon Channel is a copyright of Nintendo and the Pokemon 
Company!!

-Do not steal anything that is posted on here!!

 
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2:   Introduction
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Welcome to my first FAQ! I would like to thank you for using it. Please feel free to 
print out a copy of this FAQ if you like. If you have any questions, e-mail me at my 
e-mail address at the very bottom. Also, if you have any information that I don't 
have, you can e-mail me with the topic called "Pokemon Channel". Thank you and enjoy 
the FAQ!
 
Well, here's the Walkthrough!! Enjoy!


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3:   Walkthrough
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Many people say that this is the sequel to Hey You Pikachu! In fact, this is sort of 
like it but it is in better graphics. Pokemon Channel is a game that lets you watch 
Pokemon shows, interact with Pikachu, and explore the Pokemon World. You can also 
play a virtual version of Pokemon Mini and you can collect cards known as Pokemon 
Nice Cards. The game also allows you to paint pictures, answer quizes, and use 3 
special e-cards for painting.  

Here is the walkthrough for Pokemon Channel. I will tell you what you channels you 
get on what days and some other things that you can get. 


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3.1:   Prof. Oak's Gift
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When you first start the game, Prof. Oak delivers a television to you as a gift! 
Here is what the book said:

Prof. Oak:   "Welcome to Pokemon Channel!"

"Pokemon Channel is a TV-broadcasting network that airs a variety of Pokemon 
programs. You have been selected as our initial test audience!"

"Please send me your report on Pokemon Channel after you view what programs it has 
to offer!"

"Here at Pokemon Channel, we are collecting data to make our programming more 
appealing to everyone, even Pokemon."

So sit back with Pikachu and enjoy our programming. Oh, and please don't forget to 
check back in and report to me so I know what you think!
 
Your feedback will determine if a new program will be broadcast or not. I'm counting 
on you!


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3.2:   First Day
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On the very first day, you will get these following channels:
--Pichu Bros. In Party Panic Part 1
--PNF (Pokemon News Flash)
--Shop 'N Squirtle
--Smoochum Shape-Up
--Quiz Wobbuffet

There are many things to do on the first day. First, watch all the channels and 
report back to Prof. Oak. Next, you can take a look around your room. If you check 
under your bed, you can find a Pokemon Mini. Also, go to Shop 'N Squirtle and buy a 
binder (comes with a Nice Card Pack too). Now, you are ready for the next day!


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3.3:   Second Day
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On the second day, you will get these following channels:
--Pichu Bros. In Party Panic Part 2
--Slowpoke's Weather Report
--Smeargle's Art Study

The second day is pretty long if you ask me! First, watch all the new channels and 
report back to Prof. Oak. Next, go to Shop 'N Squirtle and buy a bus pass (any one). 
Later on that day, you might get the Smeargle Art Paint. After you test the Smeargle 
Art Paint, Pikachu will electrocute the television. Prof. Oak will send you a Retro 
t.v. for now. After that, you are ready for the next day.


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3.4:   Third Day
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On the third day, you will get these following channels:
--Pichu Bros. In Party Panic Part 3
--Eggzamination
--Chansey's Fortune

The third day is a real short one. First off, watch the 3 new channels and report to 
Prof. Oak. After that, go to Shop 'N Squirtle and buy the second bus pass (any one). 
Also, you'll get back your Regular television. Now, the day is done!


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3.5:   Fourth Day
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On the fourth day, you will get these following channels:
--Pichu Bros. In Party Panic Part 4
--Odd One Out
--Mareep Farm
--Smoochum's Pokemon Rating

On the forth day, watch the new channels and report back to Prof. Oak. Next, go to 
Shop 'N Squirtle and buy the last of the three passes. Now you are ready for the 
fifth day.


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3.6:   Fifth Day
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On the fifth day, you will get the channel:
--Pichu Bros. In Party Panic Part 5

On the fifth day, the PNF will show a small clip of what happened to the Pichu Bros. 
In Party Panic fifth part. After the clip, Prof. Oak will tell you what happened. 
Once he is done talking, go to Mt. Snowfall. Up there, you'll see a sign that 
says "Ruins of Truth" up ahead. Click the sign and you'll go to the Ruins of Truth. 
When you get there, click on the Gengar blocking the entrance to the Ruins of Truth. 
He will say he'll move out of the way if you have a Duskull Lamp. After he is done 
talking, go all the way back to Springleaf Field. Duskull will be there no matter 
what time of the day it is. Talk to him, and click on the hole in the ground to make 
a ball come out. Click on the ball and then click on Duskull. He will give you the 
Duskull lamp. Now, go all the way back to the Ruins of Truth and click on Gengar. He 
will run away and he won't block the entrance again! Now, enter the Ruins. Click on 
the two flower things in the ruins to light up the place. Next, click on the sign to 
go forward. When you are facing the stone, click on the stone and a question will 
come up. Answer it correctly to get the Pichu Bros. Disc. Now, get out of the ruins 
and Magnemite will take the disc from Pikachu. Go back to house, watch the final 
part, report back to Prof. Oak, and you're done!


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3.7:   Sixth Day
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On the sixth day, you will get the channel:
--Hosted by Kasumi Disc

When you first start playing on the sixth day, Prof. Oak will give you the Star 
Projector. After he talks about the Star Projector, Jirachi comes! You will be 
automatically transported to Camp Starlight and will watch the whole Pichu Bros. 
movie. Once the show is over, you will go back to your house and Togepi will be at 
your backyard door to give you the Hosted by Kasumi Disc. After the disc is on air, 
watch the new channel and report back to Prof. Oak. You have finally beaten the game 
(not ALL of it)!


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4:   Channels
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Here is a list of all the channels with information, including the 2 secret channels:

----Pichu Bros. In Party Panic: Parts 1 to 5----
A pokemon episode starring the Pichu Bros. The Pichu Bros. and the gang finds out 
that pokemon are carrying cresent moon shaped cards. Later, they realized that the 
cards are invitations to Mewoth's Party.

----Hosted by Kasumi Disc----
This is exactly the same as Pichu Bros. In Party Panic, except that it has a 
narrator that tells the whole story in Japenese.

----Pichu Bros. In Party Panic: Japenese Version----
The full Pichu Bros. In Party Panic in Japenese.

----Pichu Bros. In Party Panic: English Version----
The full Pichu Bros. In Party Panic in English.

----PNF (Pokemon News Flash)----
Everything you want to know on pokemon is here. This channel has interviews with 
pokemon and it has two random topics each time you watch it.

----Shop 'N Squirtle----
Want to buy great Pokemon merchandise? Here's the place to be! Shop 'N Squirtle 
sells pokemon dolls, bus passes, wallpaper, televisions, pokemon mini games, Nice 
Card packs, posters, pokemon frames, and more! If you want to see a list of all the 
things you can get at Shop 'N Squirtle, go to the section "Shop 'N Squirtle Items".

----Shoochum Shape-up----
This channel allows you and Pikachu to exercise! At first, Pikachu won't be good, 
but the more times you watch this channel, it'll be an expert in no time!

----Quiz Wobbuffet----
You can earn poke money here at this channel. When Wobbuffet is on his third, fifth, 
or sixth question, he'll ask you to answer the question. The quicker you answer the 
question, the more poke money you'll earn! If you answer REALLY quickly, you'll get 
200 poke money! If you just answer quickly, you'll get 150 poke money! If you answer 
a bit slow, you'll get 100 poke money. If you are just slow, you'll get 50 poke 
money. If you are completely wrong, you don't get any poke money!

----Slowpoke's Weather Report----
Many people says that this is one of the most boring channels of all. Slowpoke walks 
around for a few minutes and finally makes it sunny, cloudy, rainy, or snowy. The 
weather can cause different pokemon to  appear in a specific area.

----Smeargle's Art Study----
Here, Smeargle evaluates your paintings that you did. Nothing much in this channel.

----Eggzamination----
This is another channel where you can earn poke money. When an egg appears on a 
lilypad, there is a little line on the top of the screen where it shows how many 
more minutes or hours until the egg hatches. If the line says that the egg will 
hatch in a few hours or so, guess the pokemon in the egg and wait until the time is 
up. Then, check back when the time is up and if you are correct, you'll earn poke 
money. The more hours it says, the more poke money you'll get if you are correct!

----Chansey's Fortune----
You pick a fortune cookie and Chansey will tell you your fortune. Sometimes, the 
fortune is correct!

----Odd One Out----
This is another channel where you can earn poke money. First, there's an amount of 
poke money at the top. You have to guess if there is an even amount of pokemon on 
the field or is there an odd amount of pokemon on the field. Remember this: The more 
time you waste, the fewer poke money you'll get! 

----Mareep Farm----
Lots of people says that this is the most boring channel of all! All you do is count 
the number of Mareep that jumps over the fence! 

----Smoochum's Pokemon Rating----
Smoochum rates the top 5 pokemon, followed by a question, and then Smoochum will 
tell you your secrets. 


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5:   Outside
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Besides watching t.v., you can explore the pokemon world. You can talk to pokemon, 
go fishing, play tic-tac-toe, and do many more stuff! The next few sections will be 
outside stuff.


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5.1:  Backyard
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There are several things you can do in your backyard. I will number each thing that 
you can do in your backyard.

BACKYARD:
1) If you pull up some weeds in the ground, you may find 1 poke money!
2) You can plant seeds in your garden. Just water them every day.
3) Talk to the two pokemon in your backyard for Nice Cards.
4) Check the crate in your backyard.
5) Go to Springleaf Field.

SPRINGLEAF FIELD:
1) Talk to the pokemon and earn Nice Cards.
2) Play ball with Pikachu.
3) Check for a four leaf clover with Pikachu.


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5.2:   Viridian Forest
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In Viridian Forest, you can go to Camp Starlight and you can hear a concert. Here is 
a list of what you can do:

VIRIDIAN FOREST:
1) Talk to the Pokemon and earn Nice Cards.
2) Let Pikachu eat the mushrooms.
3) Listen to the concert.
4) Go to Camp Starlight.

CAMP STARLIGHT:
1) Talk to the Pokemon and earn Nice Cards.
2) Watch the Pokemon Constellations.
3) Watch the Pichu Bros. movie with the Star Projector(later on).


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5.3:   Mt.Snowfall
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On Mt.Snowfall, you can do more stuff than in the Viridian Forest and in your 
backyard. Here is a list of what you can do:

MT.SNOWFALL:
1) Build a Pikachu Snowman.
2) Check the igloos and stumps for poke money or anything else.
3) Talk to the Pokemon and earn Nice Cards.
4) Go to the Ruins of Truth(later on).
5) Hear a concert.
6) Talk to Kecleon.

RUINS OF TRUTH:
1) Talk to the Pokemon and earn Nice Cards.
2) Go in the Ruins.
3) Answer the question in the Ruins of Truth.
 

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5.4:   Cobalt Beach
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There are many things to do here. There are also lots of pokemon here. Here is a 
list of what you can do:

COBALT BEACH:
1) Talk to the Pokemon and earn Nice Cards.
2) Play Tic-tac-toe with Pikachu
3) Let Pikachu try to go to the faraway island.
4) Go to the Secret Cove:

SECRET COVE:
1) Fish for Pokemon.
2) Throw food for the pokemon.


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6:   Shop 'N Squirtle Items
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I will give you a list of all the items you can get on Shop 'N Squirtle.

DOLLS:                
Bulbasaur             
Charmander
Clefairy
Diglett
Gengar
Geodude
Grimer
Jigglypuff
Lapras
Machop 
Magikarp
Oddish
Poliwag
Shelder
Snorlax 
Staryu
Surfing Pikachu
Unknown 
Voltorb
Weedle

POSTERS:
Cool Poster
Flame Poster
Friendship Poster
Torchic Poster
Wobbuffet Poster

TELEVISIONS:
Aipom TV
Hoothoot TV
Hoppip TV
Lanturn TV
Magnemite TV
Marill TV
Meowth TV
Mudkip TV
Old TV
Ordinary
Pikachu TV
Pokeball TV
Retro TV
Smoochum TV
Stage TV
Stump TV
Sudowoodo TV
Sunkern TV
Voltorb TV
Wooper TV
Wynaut TV

POKEPADS:
Gengar
Goldeen
Mudkip
Normal
Original
Pikachu
Smoochum
Togepi 
Torchic 
Treecko

FRAMES:
Ekans
Original
Pokeblocks
Shiny
Shroomish
Smoochum
Tentacool
Torchic
Victreebell

WALLPAPERS:
Blue Wallpaper A
Blue Wallpaper B
Green Wallpaper A
Green Wallpaper B
Gray Wallpaper 
Orange Wallpaper
Purple Wallpaper
Red Wallpaper A
Red Wallpaper B
Yellow Wallpaper

POKEMON MINI:
Blue Pokemon Mini
Gold Pokemon Mini
Green Pokemon Mini
Purple Pokemon Mini 
Wood Pokemon Mini

POKEMON MINI GAMES:
Chansey's Dribble
Pikachu's Rocket Start
Pokemon Pinball Petit 
Puzzle Collection Petit 
Slowking's Judge
Snorlax's Lunch Time

OTHERS:
Binder with Nice Card Pack
Pokemon Nice Card Pack
Wobbuffet Punching Bag
Wobbuffet Spray


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7:   Pokemon Mini
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In Pokemon Channel, you can play a virtual Pokemon Mini. There are 6 demo games that 
you can play. The list below tells you information about each Pokemon Mini game.

1) Snorlax's Lunch Time: Snorlax's Lunch Time is a game where you control Snorlax 
and tell him when to eat. If you eat a Pichu, then it's game over for you! TIP: Just 
eat at a certain beat (like a beat of a second). When Pichu appears on the screen, 
just wait until he's gone and continue the beat.

2) Slowking's Judge: Judge whether the ball landed IN or OUT of the line. The more 
points you get right, the tougher it is. TIP: Always wait until the ball touches the 
ground. You don't have to worry about how much time you have. You get about 3 
seconds to make the guess after the ball hits the ground.

3) Chansey's Dribble: Kick the soccerball all the way to the other side. Just move 
Chansey in front of the ball to kick. TIP: Stay closer to the edge but not too 
close. This technique usually allows you to kick the ball whether it's near the edge 
or near the center.

4) Pokemon Pinball Petit: Play different kinds of Pokemon Pinball. This game allows 
you to play as Diglett (or Pikachu if you completed the Quest mode). TIP: Hold down 
Diglett right when the ball starts to come down.

5) Puzzle Collection Petit: Play different kinds of puzzle games. There are 3 kinds 
of puzzle games. Each puzzle has something unique about it. TIP: On any puzzle, try 
to think of a way to fit it together before you do it (or you'll mess up). 

6) Pikachu's Rocket Start: Press "A" as fast as you can when you feel a rumble in 
the controller. TIP: If you have a GForce controller, the rumble will be loud so 
you'll know when to press "A".  


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8:   Nice Cards
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There are many Nice Cards to collect. Some of them are given to you from Prof. Oak. 
Most of the Nice Cards are earned when you talk to wild Pokemon. First, I will tell 
you some information that is not true. Then, I will tell you the list of all the 
Nice Cards and how to get them.

INFORMATION THAT IS NOT TRUE:
Some people says that certain Pokemon appears at Camp Starlight on different days 
and that certain Pokemon appears at the Secret Cove (On Cobalt Coast) during 
different times. That isn't true.  

POKEMON NICE CARDS:
001: Bulbasaur- Clear days at the bus stop.
002: Charmander- Snowy days on Mt.Snowfall. 
003: Squirtle- Fill up the binder and get this card from Prof. Oak.
004: Caterpie- Clear nights in the Viridian Forest.
005: Butterfree- Cloudy days in the Viridian Forest.
006: Beedrill- Clear days in the Viridian Forest.
007: Pidgey-
008: Raichu- Clear evenings in the Viridian Forest.
009: Clefairy- Clear nights in the Viridian Forest.
010: Vulpix-
011: Jigglypuff- Snowy mornings on Mt.Snowfall.
012: Zubat- Clear nights at the Ruins of Truth.
013: Golbat-
014: Oddish-
015: Gloom- Clear days in the Viridian Forest.
016: Diglet- Clear mornings in your backyard.
017: Dugtrio- Clear nights in your backyard. 
018: Meowth- Fill up the binder and get this card from Prof. Oak.
019: Psyduck- Fill up the binder and get this card from Prof. Oak.
020: Poliwag- Fish at Cobalt Coast.
021: Machop- Clear evenings in the Viridian Forest.
022: Bellsprout-
023: Geodude-
024: Slowpoke-
025: Magnemite-
026: Magneton-
027: Shelder- Fish at Cobalt Coast.
028: Gengar- Rainy nights at the Ruins of Truth.
029: Krabby- Fish at Cobalt Coast.
030: Voltorb-
031: Exeggcute-
032: Exeggutor-
033: Cubone- Cloudy nights/mornings at the Ruins of Truth.
034: Hitmonlee- Rainy nights at the bus stop.  
035: Lickitung- Clear days on Cobalt Coast.
036: Koffing-
037: Weezing-
038: Chansey-
039: Horsea- Fish at Cobalt Coast.
040: Goldeen- Fish at Cobalt Coast.
041: Staryu- Fish at Cobalt Coast.
042: Starmie- Fish at Cobalt Coast.
043: Mr.Mime- Cloudy days at the bus stop.
044: Magikarp- Fish at Cobalt Coast.
045: Lapras- Rainy nights at Cobalt Coast. 
046: Ditto- Cloudy days at the bus stop.
047: Eevee-
048: Snorlax- Camp Starlight.
049: Chikorita- 
050: Cyndaquil-
051: Totodile- Rainy nights at the bus stop.
052: Hoothoot-
053: Ledyba- Clear days in your backyard.
054: Crobat- Clear nights at the Ruins of Truth.
055: Lanturn- Fish at Cobalt Coast.
056: Pichu- Camp Starlight.
057: Cleffa-   
058: Igglybuff-
059: Togepi-
060: Natu- Cloudy afternoons at Cobalt Coast. 
061: Mareep-
062: Bellossom- Clear days at Springleaf Field.
063: Marill- 
064: Azumarill- Camp Starlight/Cobalt Coast.
065: Sudowoodo-
066: Hoppip- Clear days in your backyard.
067: Aipom-
068: Sunkern-
069: Yanma-
070: Wooper- Camp Starlight.
071: Espeon- Cloudy nights on Mt.Snowfall.
072: Misdreavus-
073: Wobbuffet- Fill up the binder and get this card from Prof. Oak. 
074: Girafarig- Rainy nights at Cobalt Coast.
075: Dunsparce- Cloudy days on Mt.Snowfall.
076: Shuckle- 
077: Heracross- Cloudy mornings on Mt.Snowfall.
078: Teddiursa- Camp Starlight.
079: Swinub- Snowy days on Mt.Snowfall.
080: Corsola- Fish at Cobalt Coast. 
081: Remoraid- Fish at Cobalt Coast.
082: Octillery- Fish at Cobalt Coast.
083: Delibird- Fill up the binder and get this card from Prof. Oak. 
084: Phanpy- Rainy days in Springleaf Field.
085: Smeargle- Fill up the binder and get this card from Prof. Oak.
086: Smoochum- Fill up the binder and get this card from Prof. Oak.
087: Magby- Camp Starlight.
088: Celebi- 
089: Treeko- Camp Starlight/Springleaf Field.
090: Torchic- Camp Starlight/Springleaf Field.
091: Blaziken- 
092: Mudkip- Camp Starlight/Springleaf Field.
093: Wailmer- Fish at Cobalt Coast.
094: Kecleon- Write a fan mail to him.
095: Azurill- 
096: Wynaut- Clear mornings in Springleaf Field.
097: Duskull- Clear nights in Springleaf Field. 
098: Volbeat- Clear nights in Springleaf Field.
099: Latias- Cloudy mornings at Cobalt Coast (After PNF has reported about it).
100: Latios- Clear nights at Cobalt Coast (After PNF has reported about it.
101: Jirachi- Camp Starlight (After PNF has reported about it.)

PIKACHU NICE CARDS: 
SP1: Pikachu- You get these cards after you collect every other Nice Card.
SP2: Pikachu- You get these cards after you collect every other Nice Card.
SP3: Pikachu- You get these cards after you collect every other Nice Card.
SP4: Pikachu- You get these cards after you collect every other Nice Card.
SP5: Pikachu- You get these cards after you collect every other Nice Card.
SP6: Pikachu- You get these cards after you collect every other Nice Card.
SP7: Pikachu- You get these cards after you collect every other Nice Card.
SP8: Pikachu- You get these cards after you collect every other Nice Card.
SP9: Pikachu- You get these cards after you collect every other Nice Card.

*If you know any Pokemon locations I don't have, e-mail me at my e-mail address at 
the bottom of my FAQ.


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9:   E-Reader Cards
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There are two types of E-Reader cards that comes with the game. Two out of three of 
them are Line Art Cards. The Line Art Cards allows you to paint Pikachu or Kyogre on 
Pokemon Channel. The Pikachu E-Reader Card allows you to paint with yellow, orange, 
red, brown, and black. The Kyogre E-Reader Card allows you to paint with blue, dark 
blue, red, dard red, white, gray, peach, and black.

The other type of card is a Paint Pattern Card. This card will allow you to choose 
from 10 new sets of Patterns. It comes with 2 Footprint Patterns, 2 Pika Face 
Patterns, 2 Poke Ball Patterns, 2 Silhouette Patterns, and 2 TV Patterns. 

*NOTE: You won't be able to do this unless you have a Gameboy Advance/Gameboy 
Advance SP, an E-Reader, a Gameboy Advance Gamecube Cable, a Nintendo Gamecube, 
Pokemon Channel, and the  Pokemon Channel E-Reader Cards! 


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10:   Areas
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Below is a map of all the places you can go to. This is different than the one in 
Pokemon Channel. Here it is:


HOUSE -> -> -> -> -> -> -> ->BUS STOP NEAR HOUSE-----COBALT COAST   
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GARDEN                VIRIDIAN FOREST    MT.SNOWFALL     SECRET
  |                      |       |            |           COVE
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SPRINGLEAF           CONCERT    CAMP       RUINS OF 
FIELD                         STARLIGHT   TRUTH (out)
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                                          RUINS (in)
            
                                      
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11:   Versions
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Version 0.30
December 26, 2003: I started writing this FAQ! I completed the day by day 
walkthrough and a few channels in the channels section.

Version 0.75
December 27, 2003: Completed the Channels Section. Finished the whole Outside 
Section and Shop 'N Squirtle Items.  

Version 0.85
December 30, 2003: I added some more items to the Shop 'N Squirtle Item List. Added 
the "Pokemon Mini" section.

Version 0.86
December 31, 2003: I found some mistakes that I did, and changed them.

Version 0.87
January 1, 2004: Started the Nice Card section.

Version 0.87
January 9, 2004: Found some errors on my FAQ. 

Version 0.88
January 10, 2004: Added more information in the Nice Card Section. Added the Credits 
section. 

Version 0.91
January 11, 2004: I added a lot more Pokemon Nice Cards in the Pokemon Nice Card 
Section.

Version 0.95
January 12, 2004: Added more Pokemon Cards in the Pokemon Nice Card Section. Still 
need a few more nice cards.

Version 0.96
January 13, 2004: Added a little more Nice Cards in the Nice Card Section (thanks to 
Kory for helping me out). Did 3 mini-games in the Pokemon Mini Section.

Version 0.99 
January 14, 2004: Added a Pokepad I forgot and added some names in the Credits 
Section. Found a mistake in the Introduction and Walkthrough section. Did a lot more 
in the Nice Card Section. 
Finished the Pokemon Mini Secection. Still need to do E-Reader Cards.

Version 1.10
January 15, 2004: I finally completed the FAQ! Added some information and finished 
the E-Reader Cards Section. Added a little stuff in the Nice Card Section. Added 
the "Areas" Section and completed that section.

Version 1.13
January 16, 2004: I noticed I forgot some channels in the Channels Section and added 
them.

Version 1.13
January 17, 2004: Corrected some errors.


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12:   Credits
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-I would like to thank Gamefaqs for posting this FAQ.
-I would also like to thank Cheatcc for posting my FAQ.
-I would like to thank Faqs.ign.com for posting my FAQ.
-I would like to thank PokeDream.com for posting my FAQ.
-I would like to thank Pokejello01.pkmn.co.uk for posting my FAQ.
-I would like to thank Cheathappens for posting this FAQ.
-I would like to thank CheatCodes for posting this FAQ.
-Kory McCullough for helping me out on some Nice Cards! :)
-Nutbus2@aol for telling me a missing Pokepad! :)
-Nathan for telling me some Pokemon in the Pokemon Nice Card Section!
[email protected] for giving me Pokemon locations in the Nice Card Section!
-Ryan Kwok for telling me that I forgot the Wooper TV, Pokeblocks, and Shiny Frame.
-Thanks to YOU, the reader, for reading my FAQ!!! 

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