Appendix:PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure walkthrough/Section 3< Appendix:PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure walkthrough
|Drifblim Stop||Next to the tree house|
The place where you power up and learn stuff, as well as gain access to photos and traveling with Drifblim. Chikorita is also here, making a Treehouse by a huge tree. Many Pokémon will be here to help you, including Chatot, who is there in every zone to give you some tips.
Every time you visit a new zone, the Treehouse will get bigger.
Here is where the player can get a camera. The camera has 30 film in it. Misdreavus will go and ask you to take a photo by pressing 1. Take a random photo of anything and show it to Misdreavus, who likes it. You can also delete photos. If the player has an SD card, they may transfer these photos and put it on the computer.
Wherever there is a Drifblim stall, on the map it will be marked as a red rectangle. The price becomes lower as you continually ride it; 20 berries for the first fee, 10 berries for the second, and free when it becomes your best friend. In order to access Drifblim in every zone, you need to go to the Berry Sign and press 2 on it, so a Drifblim will appear.
Here is the locations where Drifblim can be found:
|Drifblim Stop locations|
|Meadow Zone||On the island between the bridges|
|Beach Zone||Near the shore on the far left side of the map|
|Iceberg Zone||Near the icicle tree and Prinplup's chairlift|
|Cavern Zone||In front of the hot spring|
|Lava Zone||In front of the furnace|
|Haunted Zone||On the bridge near the entrance to the zone|
|Granite Zone||In front of Flygon's gate|
|Flower Zone||On a small ledge near the dais|
Pokémon appear to train you throughout the game as you unlock more zones. You'll have to pay an increasing amount of berries as you get stronger, however.
Electabuzz is here to train your Thunderbolt. Doing this makes it reach farther, more powerful, and more accurate.
Bibarel is here to train your HP, the highest point being 5 sections.
Primeape teaches you how to use Iron Tail, despite having no visible tail. Shake the Wii Remote to use it (however, it can only be used in battle). It becomes stronger with every session.
Ponyta makes you faster, and after visiting the Lava Zone, will teach you Double Dash for free.
A variety of Pokémon can appear here, depending on what zone you visited. Additionally, Pokémon will gradually appear in Chikorita's Treehouse.
|Burmy||In the tree house||None||Is befriended automatically after speaking to him.|
|Mime Jr.||In the tree house||None||Is befriended automatically after speaking to him.|
|Drifblim||Next to the tree house||None||Is befriended automatically after using him to travel three times.|
|Chikorita||(challenges player to a quiz once Mew is befriended)||Eevee|
|Starly||Primeape||Iron Tail Tutor|
|Buneary||Lotad||Guard to the Meadow Zone|
|Furret||Corphish||Guard to the Beach Zone|
|Torchic||Cranidos||Guard to Cavern Zone|
|Budew||Duskull||Guard to Haunted Zone|
|Teddiursa||Skorupi||Guard to Granite Zone|
|Riolu||Misdreavus||Owner of the Photo shop|
| PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure
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