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Medal Rally

 
Each new Generation of Pokemon games introduces a new in-game mini-game or two, and since Generation III, a new in-game collection system similar to the Achievements system in use on traditional game consoles games.

For Pokemon Black/White and Black 2/White 2 the latter takes the form of the “Pokemon Medal Rally” which is, contrary to its title, not really a race as such in the sense that you are racing against someone to reach a specific point, but rather a race in the sense that your progress in earning the different medals that are part of the Medal Rally is actually judged by comparison to the progress that other players you meet in real life have achieved, which you get to see when you exchange records.

The fact that the vast majority of the medals that you will earn are obtained by doing things you would ordinarily do anyway means that for the most part your path to obtaining the first goal of 50 medals will be rather easy, and the more medals you earn, the faster that both the information and the medal catalog will expand.


Favorite Medal Display on your Trainer ID
In addition to offering a wide variety of medals with different levels of difficulty for the obtaining of them, the Relay Medal Race has also been integrated into the game in another way, specifically with respect to your Trainer Card, which every Pokemon Trainer knows is more than just an ID, but also their license to collect Pokemon, carry and use them, and participate in the organized Pokemon Gym and Badge System that is overseen by the Pokemon League.

If you examine your Trainer ID now, you will notice that on the bottom right corner of the photo (which is in the upper-right corner of your ID) there is a blank gold medal placed there. If you tap on the blank medal that action will load a new page you have not seen before that is part of your Trainer ID interface system, called “Your Name Medal Rally” that serves as a status page but also allows you to designate whichever medal it is you consider to be your favorite.

That can either be a medal you are particularly proud of, one you thought was harder to obtain, or just one you like the looks of - your choice mates!

On the Rally Page of your ID Interface, you will note that it displays the number of Medals you have received so far, and lists your Favorite Medal. To select a favorite if you do not have one already, hit the back button and then in the Key Items Pouch of your Backpack select the Medal Box, and then locate the Medal you want to use, and select it to designate it as your favorite.

Now when you return to your Trainer ID and tap on the blank Medal icon the Medal you chose as your favorite will be displayed on the interface page for the Medal Rally. In addition to that, when you swap records with other players you meet and battle they will be able to see what your favorite medal is as well.

The information displayed on the Trainer ID includes the Medal's name, its image, the date that you received it, and a brief description of it in case the player you exchanged records with does not know what it represents.

That nicely covers the interactive portion as it relates to the Trainer ID and what it does for you. Now we should discuss the Rally Rewards and Rank System.

The Medal Rally Rewards and Rank System
The Pokemon Medal Rally is administered from the Medal HQ, which is located in Castelia City on the 2nd floor of the first building on the left-hand-side of the street on the first street (the one all the way to the left off of the street at the water edge from which you access the docks and piers). That is the same street that the Pokemon Gym is on, and the one that has Liberty Pier at the base.

The Medal Rally HQ is easy to spot from the street since it has a large sign with a large blank gold medal on it, and when you go inside and take the lift to the 2nd floor, as soon as you step off you will know you have arrived because in addition to the pair of large golden Rally Medal statues guarding the lift, there is a statistics board, and the staff to chat up.

There is the Harlequin from the contest that earned you a bike (and there are Rally Medals for using that bike by the way), and a girl at the table who will assess your progress.

Also at the table is a bloke you can talk to about Medal Rally details, including general information about the Medal Rally, the Medals, how the Hint Medals work, details about the Medal Box in which you store your collection of Medals, and details about your Favorite Medal, which we have already covered.

Types of Medals


There are five types of Medals in the Rally, and they are:

Adventure Medals (Orange)
Battle Medals (Blue)
Entertainment Medals (Pink)
Challenge Medals (Purple)
Special Medals (Yellow)

There is actually a sixth type of Medal, the Hint Medal, which is Gray in color and is obtained usually in groups from Mister Medal, who you encounter at Pokemon Centers near the nurses desk whenever you have earned a new Medal or Hint Medal. When you earn the proper Medal for which the Hint Medal is standing in, Mr. Medal exchanges your new Medal for the Hint Medal.

Finally there is the bloke at the end of the table who upgrades your status and rank whenever you have earned an upgrade. The upgrades in Rank are based upon the number of Medals you have earned, and these are:

No. Medals
Rank
Unlock 50 Medals
Rookie Rank
Unlock 100 Medals
Elite Rank
Unlock 150 Medals
Master Rank
Unlock 200 Medals
Legend Rank


Your introduction to the Medal Relay Race happens just before you have your first Gym Battle and obtain your first Gym Badge, so early in the game really. This is marked by your introduction to Mr. Medal.

Meeting Mister Medal


After you exit the Gym a stranger is waiting for you outside and makes a present of a new item that is also a container. It is called the Medal Box, and it is stored and accessed via the Key Items Bag in your Backpack.

Mr. Medal then properly and politely introduces himself, and after touching upon the purpose of the Medal Box, he awards you with your first four medals to be put in the box.

Mr. Medal then proceeds to give you the basic brief on the subject of the Medal Rally, explaining that it is an event that evaluates various activities of Pokemon Trainers - including yourself - and then he covers those in a general way, before handing you your first two Hint Medals.

He explains to you that additional medals will be awarded when you earn them by meeting their individual conditions, and finally explains that when you have done so, you will be able to find him standing at the Nurses Desk in any nearby Pokemon Center, where he will happily exchange any expired Hint Medals for the real Medal that they represent.

Master Medal List


The following Master Medal List will serve as an easy to use reference source for you as well as a ticklist so that you can keep track of all of the Medals that you have earned, and those you have yet to unlock.

You can easily use this as a ticklist by selecting the Print this Page option that SuperCheats builds into its guides as a courtesy to our readers, and to make it as easy as possible for you to make use of the sort of special resources (like this ticklist) that we create in our game guides as a value-added service to you!

You will note that there is a circle before each of the Medal Name for you to fill in when you have unlocked that Medal (or you can X it or tick it, whichever you prefer).

The ticklist below includes the Medal Name, Medal Type, and brief details on how you can unlock that Medal in order to add it to your collection. Note that the Medals are displayed in your Medal Case in the order that they were unlocked, and the order in which the various Hint Medals were received, which means that they will NOT appear in exactly the same order as they are listed below, which is why we do not organize them by Number, but by Name and Type in logical groupings.

That being the case, you should use the Name of the Medal as your key when looking them up in the table below.

Tick
Medal Name
Medal Type
Method to Unlock
O
10 Followers
Pink: Entertainment
Obtain 10 Fans from Pokemon Musicals
O
10 People Funfest
Pink: Entertainment
Take part in a Funfest Mission with at least 10 people
O
20 Victories
Blue: Battle
Defeat 20 Trainers in the Black Tower / White Tree Hollow
O
30 Boxed
Orange: Adventure
Have 30 Pokemon in your PC Storage
O
30 Passerby
Orange: Adventure
Have your C-Gear record 30 real-world trainers
O
30 People Funfest
Pink: Entertainment
Take part in a Funfest Mission with at least 30 people
O
50 Victories
Blue: Battle
Defeat 50 Trainers in the Black Tower / White Tree Hollow
O
100 Passerby
Orange: Adventure
Have your C-Gear register 100 real-world trainers
O
100 Victories
Blue: Battle
Defeat 100 Trainers in the Black Tower / White Tree Hollow
O
120 Boxed
Orange: Adventure
Have 120 Pokemon in your PC Storage
O
360 Boxed
Orange: Adventure
Have 360 Pokemon in your PC Storage
O
1,000 Wins
Blue: Battle
Defeat 1,000 Trainers in the Black Tower / White Tree Hollow
O
Ace of Hearts
Pink: Entertainment
Score more than 80 points in a Feeling Check
O
Ace Pilot
Orange: Adventure
Use HM02 Fly to travel in Unova 10 times
O
Achiever Lvl 1
Pink: Entertainment
Win 30 Funfest Missions
O
Achiever Lvl 2
Pink: Entertainment
Win 100 Funfest Missions
O
All Types Champ
Blue: Battle
Win the PWT Type Expert Tournament
O
Archeology Lover
Orange: Adventure
Transform a Pokemon Fossil into a living Pokemon
O
Around Unova
Orange: Adventure
Visit each unique area in the Unova Region
O
Avenue of Fame
Pink: Entertainment
Unlock the ability to rename Join Avenue
O
Balloon Conqueror
Pink: Entertainment
Obtain 1000 Points on Xtransceiver Minigames
O
Balloon Expert
Pink: Entertainment
Obtain 500 Points on Xtransceiver Minigames
O
Balloon Rookie
Pink: Entertainment
Obtain 50 Points on Xtransceiver Minigames
O
Balloon Technician
Pink: Entertainment
Obtain 200 Points on Xtransceiver Minigames
O
Battle Guru
Blue: Battle
Unlock all Battle (Blue) Medals
O
Battle Learner
Blue: Battle
Take part in 100 trainer battles
O
Battle Repeater
Blue: Battle
Complete 30 battles in the Nimbasa City Stadiums
O
Battle Teacher
Blue: Battle
Take part in 200 trainer battles
O
Battle Veteran
Blue: Battle
Take part in 400 trainer battles
O
Battle Virtuoso
Blue: Battle
Take part in 2,000 trainer battles
O
Beginning of Memory
Pink: Entertainment
See your first Memory Link flashback
O
Beginning Trader
Pink: Entertainment
Complete your first Pokemon trade
O
Best Minigamer
Pink: Entertainment
Play 100 Xtransceiver Minigames
O
Big Star
Pink: Entertainment
Win 5 Pokemon Musicals
O
Blockbuster Star
Pink: Entertainment
Star in all of the Classic Pokestar Studios movies
O
Born to Battle
Blue: Battle
Have 100 wireless battles
O
Boxed Max
Orange: Adventure
Store 720 Pokemon in your PC Storage System
O
BP Wealthy
Blue: Battle
Acquire 100 BP between the PWT and Battle Subway
O
Bridge Enthusiast
Orange: Adventure
Cross every bridge in Unova
O
Broad Friendship
Pink: Entertainment
Enter 5 Friends in the Pal Pad
O
Bug-type Catcher
Orange: Adventure
Collect all of the Bug-type Pokemon in the Unova Dex
O
Bug-type Champ
Purple: Challenge
Defeat the Elite Four & Regional Champion using ONLY Bug-types
O
Busy Saver
Orange: Adventure
Unlocked by saving your game 20 times
O
Capturing Spree
Orange: Adventure
Capture 50 Pokemon in a single day
O
Castelia Boss
Orange: Adventure
Defeat the ruffian gang in Castelia City
O
Comedic Movie Star
Pink: Entertainment
Make the Giant Woman movie
O
Cop Movie Master
Pink: Entertainment
Make the Full Metal Cop movie
O
Cruise Connoisseur
Blue: Battle
Take the Royal Unova Cruise 10 times
O
Cult Classic Star
Pink: Entertainment
Make all of the Pokestar cult movies
O
Dark-type Catcher
Orange: Adventure
Collect all of the Dark-type Pokemon in the Unova Dex
O
Dark-type Champ
Purple: Challenge
Defeat the Elite Four & Regional Champion using ONLY Dark-types
O
Day-Care Faithful
Orange: Adventure
Have 10 Pokemon minded by the Day-Care Staff
O
Deep Sleep Capture
Orange: Adventure
Use your Entralink to capture 50 Pokemon
O
Diamond Dust
Orange: Adventure
Experience Diamond Dust weather
O
Double Express
Blue: Battle
Defeat the masters on the Double Line Subway Battles
O
Dowsing Beginner
Orange: Adventure
Find your first Hidden Item with the Dowser
O
Dowsing Collector
Orange: Adventure
Find 50 Hidden Items with the Dowser
O
Dowsing Specialist
Orange: Adventure
Find 10 Hidden Items with the Dowser
O
Dowsing Wizard
Orange: Adventure
Find 150 Hidden Items with the Dowser
O
Dozing Capture
Orange: Adventure
Use your Entralink to capture one Pokemon
O
Dragon-type Catcher
Orange: Adventure
Collect all of the Dragon-type Pokemon in the Unova Dex
O
Dragon-type Champ
Purple: Challenge
Defeat the Elite Four & Regional Champion using ONLY Dragon-types
O
Driftveil Mightiest
Blue: Battle
Win the PWT Driftveil Tournament
O
Easy Cycling
Orange: Adventure
Ride your bike 30 times
O
Egg Beginner
Orange: Adventure
Hatch your first Pokemon Egg
O
Egg Breeder
Orange: Adventure
Hatch 10 Pokemon Eggs
O
Egg Elite
Orange: Adventure
Hatch 50 Pokemon Eggs
O
Electric Collector
Orange: Adventure
Collect all of the Electric-type Pokemon in the Unova Dex
O
Electric-type Champ
Purple: Challenge
Defeat the Elite Four & Regional Champion using ONLY Electric-types
O
Elite Guide
Pink: Entertainment
Guide 20 People at your Join Avenue
O
Elite Medalist
Yellow: Special
Unlocked when you unlock 100 Medals
O
Entertainment Master
Pink: Entertainment
Unlock all of the Entertainment (Pink) Medals
O
Evolution Authority
Orange: Adventure
Evolve 100 Pokemon
O
Evolution Expert
Orange: Adventure
Evolve 50 Pokemon
O
Evolution Hopeful
Orange: Adventure
Evolve One Pokemon
O
Evolution Tech
Orange: Adventure
Evolve 10 Pokemon
O
Exam Genius
Blue: Battle
Complete 50 battles at the Battle Institute
O
Exp. Millionaire
Blue: Battle
Acquire more than 1M XP in a single day
O
Experienced Saver
Orange: Adventure
Unlocked by saving your game 50 times
O
Extensive Friendship
Pink: Entertainment
Enter 10 Friends in the Pal Pad
O
Extreme Developer
Pink: Entertainment
Open 50 Shops at your Join Avenue
O




 

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Jun 16th 2013 blisseybro03
How do you play games on the Xtranceiver? How do you host a Funfest Mission? how do you do a Feeling Check?
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