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Pokestar Studios

With Roxie beaten, your Team healed up, and the road ahead looking clear, it is time to head over to the north side of town and visit Pokestar Studios, where we will receive a formal tour and learn how to make a Pokemon Movie.

Previously if you tried to enter the North Gate you were stopped by the blonde studio bloke who explained that they were filming a movie and so you cannot enter. Now when you arrive at the Gate it is no longer blocked, so you can pass through. When you emerge on the other side of the gate you meet Mr. Stu Deeoh, and the Producer you saw earlier who invited you to pay this visit.

As you follow him around on the tour you are shown the lot and the theater, where you meet up with the Captain and he insists that you watch his movie. So you do... And the Captain gets a revelation just in time to put him back to work – as a Captain!

Your next stop is the film studio itself, where the movies are made – you are invited to make a movie (actually they sort of insist!), so you will want to view the instruction bits before you do that, and those can be found first by talking to the bloke in the green costume on the left, who will tell you about Scripts, Pokemon, Acting, Lines, and Popularity. Note that to make the first version of a movie you have to use rental Pokemon – you can use your own later once you have the script down...

The bloke in the greenscreen motion-capture outfit is your go-to for information about making movies, offering you the following information:

Scripts: “Pokestar Studios films are shot while following a script! In other words, the script is the foundation the rest of the movie is built on! Directions for making filming work and information about the actors is also written in the script! You can look at it while shooting, so check it out if you're in trouble. The scripts you can shoot increase depending on things like the content of the movies you've made or how much they've each grossed!”

Pokemon 1: “Pokemon are in indispensable part of moviemaking at Pokestar Studios! The actor and the Pokemon's acting are what make a shoot proceed. At first we have you rent Pokemon for each different script. Once you can make a good film, you'll be able to shoot it again with your own Pokemon!”

Pokemon 2: “At Pokestar Studios, any Pokemon can participate in the filming! But you need to pay attention to the moves it knows. If a Pokemon knows any of these moves, it can't be in a movie: Transform, Torment, or Metronome. These moves get in your costar's way, so they are banned at Pokestar Studios. Keep this in mind when filming with your own Pokemon!”

Acting: “The basics of Pokestar Studios film acting resemble Pokemon battling. But it's not a battle, so winning isn't always important! Hints about what to do are written in the script, so check it carefully. The director's comments can also be helpful!”

Lines: “As the shoot goes on, you can pick lines! Choose the line that makes you think, “This is great!” The lines you choose will change your costars' acting and the story of the final film itself!”

Popularity: “As you make movies and they are played in the theater, you'll become popular! If you become popular, I'm sure good things will happen!

There is a PC here if you need to swap party Pokemon around later to make a movie with your own Pokemon, and when you talk to the Producer at the entrance he will help you rent your Pokemon for the movie. It seems that they use the greenscreen tech extensively here so just have fun with it, and assuming you did well (if you won you did well) why not release the movie to theaters?

The actual process of making the movie is simply choosing from the available scripted options for dialogue, and moves that your rental (or your own) Pokemon have. How well you choose the lines and the moves pretty much decides how well the film turns out. The basic objective is to do two one-hit KO's, one for each opponent. For this film you should use Force Punch followed by Ice Punch. Picking the dialogue should be really obvious to you – no hero is scared, right?

As you exit the Producer asks if you want to release the movie – saying yes requires you to save the game – and once you have done this you can then head back to the Theater and watch the movie you just made.

The Movie Theater


After you exit the Studio head to the right to find the Movie Theater and head inside. Before you head to the counter, you see the vending machine to the left there? You can buy drinks (healing items) from that, and usually they work out to be cheaper and more effective than the comparable Potion, so you may want to stock up...

At the desk the ticket girl will only be able to sell you a ticket to your movie, since that is the only one available. Head inside and watch the movie – and pay attention to the way that the audience on the bottom screen is reacting to the acting on the screen. If you get applause from the audience, you did well – if they look confused? Not so much.

After you watch your movie for the first time and then exit the viewing room head to the large screen on the right that previously was not working. It is working now, and it will display the Highest Grossing Film for the Studio, which hopefully is yours!

As you head for the exit Stu shows up to tell you how pleased he is with your performance – now return to the Studio and talk to the Producer at the entrance inside to see that there are many more options available for movies you can shoot:

  • Brycen-Man (the one you just made)
  • Invaders (New)
  • Timegate Traveler (New)
  • Mystery Doors of the Magical Land (New)
  • Red Fog of Terror (New)

You can select Brycen-Man and re-shoot it using your own Pokemon, or you can rent Pokemon to shoot any of the new ones. Basically as explained before, you have to complete a new movie with Rentals before you can use your own.

If you re-shoot Brycen-Man with your own Pokemon, you can only pick one Pokemon from your Party to bring in. Remember that the objective for that script is to obtain two one-hit kills. But what if you don't? It is possible to get a one-hit on the first Pokemon opponent and then not on the second. When that happens and you release the movie, what you see will be slightly different from your first movie, in that you sort of failed. The reaction of the audience to that is naturally confusion – they were expecting you to be victorious and you were not... In this case it was a failure, and failures do not make money or land on the Highest Grossing Screen, but that's OK the point is more to emphasize that you need to suss out the targeted goals for a film by reading its script.

When you have a flop Stu is not shy about telling you so as you meet him on the way out.

Becoming a Star


Before we get to that, I should point out that this is really not all just for giggles – you do gain some things in addition to bragging rights for having your character become a star – but then hey, that is true about a lot of the things we do in the game, right? In this instance though, there can be some very real benefits... Well, sort of. The following reward table is based on the revenue that your films pull in for the Studio - the combined revenue mind you.

  • Rank 1-- Start – A Backpacker Fan.
  • Rank 2 – $300 Billion – Guitarist Fan & Cop Fan.
  • Rank 3 – $1,000 Billion – Kindergartener & Nurse Fans + Unlocks the Giant Woman Series.
  • Rank 4 – $2,500 Billion – Ace Trainer Fan + Unlocks the Everlasting Memories Series.
  • Rank 5 – $4,500 Billion – Plasma Grunt Fan.

Completing all of the movies has rewards of its own, including granting access to the VIP Dressing Room upstairs, and the unveiling of a bronze statue at Pokestar Studios.

In addition to that, as you gain fans you can speak to them in the lobby and around the studio to be gifted with items from your adoring fans. The items you are gifted with depend upon your success in making the movies in a series.

Bad Endings can result in Fresh Water, Potions, Sweethearts, Energy Powder, and Favored Mail.

Good Endings in part of a series that are followed by bad endings in the same series can result in Escape Rope, Lemonade, Berry Juice, Energy Root, and Rage Candy Bars.

Good endings for the final part of a series or any strange endings in the series can result in Hyper Potions, Old Gateau, Big Pearls, Moomoo Milk and Lava Cookies.

Earning $9,999 Billion on a movie can result in Max Revives, Pretty Wings, Full Restores, Gold Nuggets, and Star Pieces.

A secret reward that can also be obtained for your Pokemon is the Star Battle Animation – this is unlocked for a given Pokemon by having them complete the movie successfully but not in the way that it is scripted. For example by KO'ing the opponent when you were not supposed to. This obtains what is called a Strange ending, and if you do it right, unlocks a special Star Animation that will play whenever that Pokemon is used in battle. Sweet right?

The entire movie-making experience

The Scripts


Each of the movie scripts is set up for a specific level range, which means that at the moment your Team is actually not equipped to do a good job on most of them! Check the list below to see what the levels are for each of the opponents in each film before you try to charge in, since you want to obtain good results, right?

Listed below are each of the movies you can make, with their opponent cast and levels, special requirements, and tips on how to complete each successfully with a “Good” outcome. But bear in mind that the game does not always cooperate with this bit – so if you are following the scripted actions we provide below and the plan goes off the rails (your Pokemon gets KO'd for instance) the only thing you can do is Retire and re-shoot the movie. Eventually you will get the results we are seeking.

Bear in mind that the idea here is to get through the Rental version – which is why we provide you with the optimal choices below – so that you can later bring your Team in and get them Star Animations :) Be patient, take your time, follow the hints, and she'll be apples mates!

Brycen-Man – L15 Pawniard (Dark-Steel) / L13 Vullaby (Dark-Flying)
Special Requirements: Must one-hit-KO each challenger.
Hints / Suggested Moves:
1. Use the move “Force Palm” to on-hit KO.
2. Choose “Bring it on!” (the “Good” option)
3. Use the move “Ice Punch” to on-hit KO.

Invaders – L38 Roggenrola (Rock) / L32 Elgyem (Psychic)
Special Requirements: Must ONLY KO Elgyem.
Hints / Suggested Moves:
1. Use the move Roar to force your opponent to switch Pokemon.
2. Use the move “Bite” on your Pokemon.
3. Choose "I'll block it here!" (the “Good” option)
4. Now simply KO Elgyem by Turn 7.

Invaders 2 – L38 Prop U1* (Flying-Electric)
Special Requirements: Must use Zap Cannon as finishing move.
Hints / Suggested Moves:
1. Use the move "Lock-On"
2. Choose "On it!" (the “Good” option).
3. Use the move "Zap Cannon"
4. Repeat alternating the moves "Lock-On" and “Zap Cannon” until KO'd by Zap Cannon.

Invaders 3 – L52 Ferroseed (Grass-Steel) / L40 Beheeyem (Psychic)
Special Requirements: Must ONLY KO Beheeyem.
Hints / Suggested Moves:
1. Use the move "Thief" to steal the opponent's item.
2. Use the move “Pluck” on your Pokemon.
2. Choose "NO!!" (the “Good” option).
3. Use the move "Whirlwind" to force them to change Pokemon.
4. Use the move "Pluck" on your Pokemon.
5. Use the move Thief over and over until Elgyem is KO'd.

Invaders 4 – L62 Emolga (Electric-Flying) / L47 Prop U2 (Psychic-Electric)
Special Requirements: Must ONLY KO Prop U2.
Hints / Suggested Moves:
1. Choose "You tricked me!” as your reply (the “Good” option).
2. Use the move “Trick" to swap for the opponent's Iron Ball.
3. Switch to your Krokorok.
4. Use the move "Roar" to force the opponent to change Pokemon.
5. Choose "No! There's another way!" (the “Good” option).
6. Switch to your Reuniclus.
7. Use the move “Trick" to give it the Iron Ball making it weak to ground-moves.
8. Once your Reuniclus is KO'd use Earthquake on your Krok over and over until target is KO'd.

Timegate Traveler – L20 Prop T1 (Steel)
Special Requirements: Knock out challenger in four scenes.
Hints / Suggested Moves:
1. Choose "Certainly!" as your reply (the “Good” option).
2. Use the move "Trick" on your opponent.
3. Use the move "Psyshock" over and over until the opponent is KO'd.

Timegate Traveler 2 – L30 Prop K1 (Fight)
Special Requirements: Survive for five scenes and do NOT KO the opponent.
Hints / Suggested Moves:
1. Use the move "Protect" on your Pokemon.
2. Choose "Can we talk?" (the “Good” option).
3. Use the move "Skill Swap" on your Pokemon.
4. Use the move "Rest" on your Pokemon.
5. Use the move "Protect" on your Pokemon, rinse and repeat.*

* Remember the objective is to survive the five scenes, and not to win (though later using one of your own Team you can come back and win for a Strange ending). You will be using Protect at the end even though your Pokemon is still asleep just so you make your move.

Timegate Traveler 3 – L40 Prop K1 (Fight) / L50 Prop T1 (Steel)
Special Requirements: Knock out Prop T1 with the move Thunder and ONLY that move.
Hints / Suggested Moves:
1. Use the move “Trick” on your Pokemon.
2. Choose "I'll change it!" (the “Good” option).
3. Use the move "Skill Swap" on your Pokemon.
4. Use the move "Rain Dance" on your Pokemon.
5. Use the move "Thunder" over and over until you KO the opponent.

Mystery Doors of the Magical Land – L15 Woobat (Psychic-Flying) / L20 Swoobat (Psychic-Flying)
Special Requirements: Knock out ALL opponents in seven scenes.
Hints / Suggested Moves:
1. Use the move "Icy Wind" on your Pokemon.
2. Choose "Defeat them!" (the “Good” option).
3. Use the move "Astonish" on your Pokemon.
4. Choose "I won't quit!" (the “Good” option).
5. Use the move "Astonish" on your Pokemon.
6. Use the move "Icy Wind" over and over until KO'd.

Using the Game Sync System

Mystery Doors of the Magical Land 2 – L54 Prop W2 (Grass)
Special Requirements: Knock out opponent with Astonish; do not KO with any other move.
Hints / Suggested Moves:
1. Use the move "Ice Beam" on your Pokemon.
2. Use the move "Icy Wind" on your Pokemon.
3. Use the move "Icy Wind" on your Pokemon.
4. Choose "You, too?" (the “Good” option).
5. Use the move "Icy Wind" on your Pokemon.
6. Use the move "Astonish" on your Pokemon.
7. Choose "Flee with me!" (the “Good” option).
8. Use the move "Astonish" until your opponent is KO'd.

Using the method above provided by Swash01 you will weaken the opponent to the point that it has trouble getting off its moves – but if you do too much damage (get a crit) with one of the Ice Beam attacks there is a pretty good chance that you will end up KO'ing it prematurely.

Mystery Doors of the Magical Land 3 – L7 Prop W1 (Fire) / L70 Prop W2 (Grass)
Special Requirements: Knock out opponent Prop W2 within 20 scenes; do not KO Prop W1.
Hints / Suggested Moves:
1. Choose "Strategy!" (the “Good” option).
2. Use the move "Rain Dance" on your Pokemon.
3. Use the move "Acid Armor" on your Pokemon.
4. Use the move "Acid Armor" on your Pokemon.
5. Choose "Unforgivable!" (the “Good” option).
6. Use the move "Acid Armor" on your Pokemon, provoking your opponent to use Baton Pass.
7. Use the move "Hail" on your Pokemon.
8. Choose "I'll do it!" (the “Good” option).
9. Use the move "Weather Ball" over and over until you KO the opponent.

Note that if your Pokemon gets the condition Burned during a crit hit from that move, chances are this will not work. You will have to try again. As long as you do not get a crit on you when the Burn is delivered you should be OK.

Red Fog of Terror – L20 Prop C1 (Normal)
Special Requirements: Knock out opponent in 10 scenes.
Hints / Suggested Moves:
1. Use the move “Reflect” on your Pokemon.
2. Choose "Better wait and see..." (the “Good” option).
3. Use the move “Psybeam” over and over until your opponent is KO'd.

Red Fog of Terror 2 – L30 Prop C1 (Normal) / Level 20 Prop C1 (Normal) x5.
Special Requirements: Knock out all opponents in 20 scenes.
Hints / Suggested Moves:
1. Use the move “Whirlwind” on your Pokemon.
2. Choose "I'll finish it!" (the “Good” option).
3. Use the move “Calm Mind” on your Pokemon.
4. Use the move “Calm Mind” on your Pokemon.
5. Use the move “Psychic” over and over until all of your opponents are KO'd.

Note that there are a total of six opponents here, the first Level 30 Prop C1 followed by five Level 20 Prop C1's and you need to take them all out before the 20th scene ends. Don't worry too much over the damage that you are taking during the Calm Mind pair - the point to that is to raise your Special Attack so that you can deliver one-hit-KO attacks with Psychic.

Red Fog of Terror 3 – L40 Prop C1 (Normal) x5 / Level 50 Prop C2 (Dark).
Special Requirements: Knock out opponent Prop C2 in 15 scenes; you CAN KO the others too.
Hints / Suggested Moves:
1. Use the move “Protect” on your Pokemon.
2. Choose "I won't forgive you!" (the “Good” option).
3. Use the move “Miracle Eye” on your Pokemon.
4. Use the move “Psychic” until C2 / opponents are KO'd.

* When the script cast calls for a Prop it is some type of Pokemon dressed in a Prop disguise, so you don't actually know what Pokemon it really is...

Once you have filled all 8 screens at the Theater you will be prompted for the movies you want to remove when adding a new one. While it is not 100% certain it has been suggested by some players that if you have a movie being played in one of the Theater Screens that has a negative rating, that can have an impact on the revenue for the other films you make, so to be on the safe side you should remove any negative rated films when presented with the opportunity.

Another factor you should consider in increasing your revenue is this: as your fame as a star grows you can re-make movies you previously made and, even if you do them in exactly the same way you did them before – assuming that resulted in a “Good” rating that is – you will actually increase the box office revenue for that film. This will be indicated on the Highest Grossing Films Screen by the word “Up” with a pink arrow appearing next to that film. Note that any negative ratings will STILL appear in this summary screen though.

While the initial movies in a series tend to do OK with a Good rating, the sequels are where the money gets bigger, and of course as you start gaining fans having made even more movies, the money really starts to roll in for the Studio. As you begin to build fame you will become better known to the viewing public. A good way to assess that growing fame is to talk with the people out in the Studio lot. When they start talking about you then you are on the right track.

Additional Move Series Unlocks
Once you have completed all of the basic movie scripts that are available from the start and by completing each series there are additional scripts that will become available depending upon specific conditions. Those include:

  • Big Monster Series: Unlocked by your Character being added to the Hall of Fame.
  • Brycen-Man Strikes Back Series: Unlocked by your Character being added to the Hall of Fame.
  • Brycen-Man Strikes Back Harder Series: Unlocked by obtaining “Good” endings in all movie series.
  • Everlasting Memories Series: Unlocked by raising your Star Rank by two levels.
  • Full Metal Cop Series: Unlocked by getting a cumulative $500 billion in box office revenues.
  • Ghost Eraser Series: Unlocked by your Character being added to the Hall of Fame.
  • The Giant Woman Series: Unlocked by raising your Star Rank by one level.
  • Love and Battles Series: Unlocked by your Character being added to the Hall of Fame.

If you went ahead and completed all of the films with Good endings, you will surely have obtained the two Ranks in fame required to unlock the Giant Woman Series, and you will thus be able to complete it if you like...

After you make each movie and then watch each movie you made at the Theater, be absolutely certain that you talk to everyone in the Theater INCLUDING the people on the balcony above the lobby, because they may have a present for you, and a lot of these presents you will get are very useful to you, being items you might ordinarily have to buy yourself. Getting them as gifts from your adoring fans is way better!

Completing each film series adds Medals to collect

One Final Note
Like most of the other activities in the game, making and starring in movies at Pokestar Studios also earns you Medals in the Medal Relay – so be sure to check in with Mr. Medal at the Pokemon Center after you wrap things up here!

The Medals that you can earn include:

  • Blockbuster Star: Generate $100 billion box office revenue at Pokestar Studios.
  • Comedic Movie Star: Complete all of the Giant Woman Series.
  • Cop Movie Master: Complete all of the Full Metal Cop Series.
  • Cult Classic Star: Complete all of the movies with a Strange Ending.
  • Fantasy Movie Master: Complete all of the Mystery Doors of the Magical Land Series.
  • First Cult Classic: Complete a movie with a Strange Ending.
  • Ghost Movie Master: Complete all of the Ghost Eraser Series.
  • Hero Ending: Complete all of the Brycen-Man Strikes Back Harder Series.
  • Hero Movie Star: Complete all of the Brycen-Man Strikes Back Series.
  • Horror Movie Star: Complete all of the Red Fog of Terror Series.
  • Masterpiece Star: Complete all of the movies with Good Endings.
  • Monster Movie Master: Complete all of the Big Monster Series.
  • New Face Hero: Play in a movie for the first time.
  • Popular Movie Star: Complete all of the movies at Pokestar Studios.
  • Robot Movie Master: Complete all of the Everlasting Memories Series.
  • Romantic Movie Star: Complete all of the Love and Battles Series.
  • Sci-Fi Movie Master: Complete all of the Timegate Series.
  • UFO Movie Master: Complete all of the Invaders Series.

So how about that? Free items, fame, and Medals!




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