Event Coin

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The name currently in use is a fan translation of the Japanese name.

An Event Coin (Japanese: イベントコイン) is any of the collectible coins used in Trading Card Game duels in Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!.

The Event Coins can be obtained by the protagonist, Mark or Mint. These coins are used as proof of achievements within the game, much like Gym Badges from the core series or the Master Medals from the previous TCG Game Boy game. Besides marking achievements, the player may choose one of their coins to use in duels for coin flips in place of their original coin. The appearance and purpose of these coins mimic the real-life collectible coins.

List of coins

TCG Island coins

Name Sprite How to obtain
Chansey Coin The Chansey Coin, the first obtainable coin in the game, is given to Mark or Mint by Dr. Mason after completing the tutorial at the beginning of the game.
GR Coin The GR Coin is obtained in four parts, and once assembled, grants the user access to GB2 Island.
These four parts are obtained from winning against four Great Rocket executives, which are scattered about the Medal Clubs on TCG Island.
Oddish Coin When meeting Nikki for the first time at Mr. Ishihara's House, Mark or Mint will receive the Oddish coin.
Charmander Coin Ken will give the Charmander Coin to Mark or Mint after they rescue him
from the Team Great Rocket executive who has taken over the Fire Club.
Starmie Coin Amy will give the Starmie Coin to Mark or Mint after they rescue her from the Team Great Rocket executive who has taken over the Water Club.
Pikachu Coin The Pikachu Coin is given by Isaac to winners of the Lightning Club.
Alakazam Coin The Alakazam Coin is given by Murray to winners of the Psychic Club.
Kabuto Coin The Kabuto Coin is given by Gene to winners of the Rock Club.

GR Island coins

Name Sprite How to obtain
Golbat Coin The Golbat Coin is given to winners of the GR Grass Fort. It is required to open the GR Lightning Fort.
Magnemite Coin The Magnemite Coin is given to winners of the GR Lightning Fort. It is required to open both the GR Fire Fort and the GR Water Fort.
Magmar Coin The Magmar Coin is given to winners of the GR Fire Fort. It is one of two coins required to unlock the GR Fighting Fort.
Psyduck Coin The Psyduck Coin is given to winners of the GR Water Fort. It is one of two coins required to unlock the GR Fighting Fort.
Machamp Coin The Machamp Coin is given to winners of the GR Fighting Fort. It is required to unlock the remainder of the island,
which includes Mr. Ishihara's Villa, the Team GR Castle, the GR Psychic Stronghold, and the Colorless Altar.
Snorlax Coin The Snorlax Coin is given to winners at the Colorless Altar. It is one of two coins required to unlock the Team GR Castle.
Mew Coin The Mew Coin is given to winners of the GR Psychic Stronghold. It is one of two coins required to unlock the Team GR Castle.
Togepi Coin The Togepi Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after they have defeated Biruricchi twice.

Special coins

Name Sprite How to obtain
Ponyta Coin The Ponyta Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after they have won the Challenge Cup ten times.
Horsea Coin The Horsea Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after they have won the Rocket Challenge Cup ten times.
Arbok Coin Mark or Mint will receive the Arbok Coin after participating in one Pokémon Dome tournament, regardless of whether or not they actually won.
Jigglypuff Coin The Jigglypuff Coin can be purchased for 500 chips at the Game Center.
Dugtrio Coin The Dugtrio Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after 50 consecutive wins at the Duel Machine in Dr. Mason's lab.
Gengar Coin The Gengar Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after 50 consecutive wins at the Duel Machine in the GR Island Challenge Hall.
Raichu Coin The Raichu Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after 50 wins in link matches. It is also used by Ronald.
Lugia Coin The Lugia Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after 100 wins in link matches. It is also used by the Ghost Masters in the Sealed Fort.
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