A poster is a type of item used to decorate bedrooms in the Generation II games, Secret Bases in the Generation III games that take place in Hoenn, and Super-Secret Bases in the Generation VI games that take place in Hoenn.
In the second generation of games, there are four kinds of posters:
At the start of the game, the room is furnished with a Town Map. Found in many other locations as well, looking at this will let players view the region they are in.
A room can only have one poster at a time, and its location is fixed. Players can pick which poster is displayed by accessing the room's PC.
One feature of Pokémon Stadium 2 allows players to view the entire room and its decorations, including any posters, in 3-D.
In the third generation of games, there are ten kinds of posters:
- Ball Poster - poster of Poké Ball - 1000
- Blue Poster - poster of Mudkip - 1000
- Cute Poster - poster of Azurill - 1000
- Green Poster - poster of Treecko - 1000
- Red Poster - poster of Torchic - 1000
- Long Poster - poster of Seviper - 1500
- Pika Poster - poster of Pikachu and two Pichu - 1500
- Sea Poster - poster of Relicanth - 1500
- Sky Poster - poster of Wingull - 1500
- Kiss Poster - poster of Smoochum - 16 B.P.
In the sixth generation of games, there are eighteen kinds of posters:
- Blue Poster, a small poster of Mudkip - 1,000
- Blue Scroll, a magnificent scroll depicting Kyogre - 4,500
- Cute Poster, a small poster of Azurill - 1,000
- Dad's Scroll, a scroll identical to the one hanging in Petalburg Gym - 4,500
- Green Poster, a small poster of Treecko - 1,000
- Green Scroll, a magnificent scroll depicting Rayquaza - 4,500
- Kiss Poster, a large poster of Smoochum - 1,500
- Long Poster, a large poster of Seviper - 1,500
- National Award, a diploma for completing the National Pokédex
- Paradoxical Popper, an original work of art - 100,000
- Pika Poster, a large poster of Pikachu and two Pichu - 1,500
- Poké Ball Poster, a small poster of a Poké Ball - 1,000
- Red Poster, a small poster of Torchic - 1,000
- Red Scroll, a magnificent scroll depicting Groudon - 4,500
- Regional Award, a diploma for completing the Hoenn Regional Pokédex
- Sea Poster, a large poster of Relicanth - 1,500
- Sky Poster, a large poster of Wingull - 1,500
- Time Travel Award, a diploma featuring Generation III sprites of Brendan and May
Fourteen posters are available at the Lilycove Department Store. The Paradoxical Popper can be purchased from the struggling artist in Lilycove Museum. The Regional Award and National Award are obtained from the Game Director in the Cove Lily Motel after completing the Hoenn Pokédex and the National Pokédex, respectively. The Time Travel Award is also obtained from the Game Director, by showing him a Pokémon that originated in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, or Emerald.
In the anime
A Sea Poster was one of the decorations seen in Keanu's Secret Base in A Three Team Scheme!. It was one of the few items in his base that was not destroyed by Team Magma when they forcibly took the base from Team Rocket.
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