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Cobalt Coast (Japanese: スオウかいがん Suō Coast) is a location in Hey You, Pikachu! and Pokémon Channel. It can be visited in Hey You, Pikachu! by going to Pikachu's Play Days from the front gate of the player's house and in Pokémon Channel by traveling on the bus once the Cobalt Pass has been obtained from the shopping channel.
In Hey You, Pikachu!
It appears as an intermediary level in the game.
This mission, found at Cobalt Coast, only has one part to it, but can be replayed normally like the other missions. Pikachu is invited to a piñata party held by Venusaur, and all its friends want to help it smack the Poké Ball containing the rewards open. If Pikachu can successfully open the Poké Ball more than once, Venusaur rewards it with the harmonica, which calls Lapras over to ferry Pikachu and the player to Cobalt Island. Rarely, a large piñata will appear, and if Pikachu can open it, the pirate's flag item will be obtained.
Once Togepi is found in the Ochre level and it hatches in Abra's Shop, then it will join the rest of Pikachu's friends. On Cobalt Island, Pikachu goes on a treasure hunt and the player must help Pikachu dig up the treasure chests and open them as well. The chests will each require a specific thing for the player to say, and if the treasure chest is red and Pikachu does not understand the players command, the chest will disappear and upset Pikachu.
At the top of the island sits a cannon and if the player tells Pikachu to use Thunderbolt while pointing at the cannon, Pikachu will use the move and the cannon will fire and all the treasure chests on the island will rise up on there own. Various items can only be found in the treasure chests and around the island like a coconut and spiked shell. Lastly, Slowpoke can be seen standing on a rock around the island and occasionally sitting on its back instead.
In Pokémon Channel
The secret cove contains a fishing mini-game which is the only way to meet certain Water-type Pokémon.
The Pokémon that appear are not affected by the weather or time of day.