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Default National Park Shop

The Park Shop


Make sure you buy everything you need here before heading into the wilderness. The Ranger might be able to sell you some things, but it's better if you get them here first.

Cashiers:
All Officials and Mods
All Rangers and Elite Rangers (not for sale = P )
All PokeMart approvers

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Parkballs: $500
These are used to capture Pokemon. Can't capture Stage 2 Pokemon.

Superballs: $1,000
These are used to capture Pokemon and work better than the Parkballs. Can't capture Stage 2 Pokemon.

Hyperballs: $1,500
These are used to capture Pokemon and work better than the Superballs. It is able to capture Stage 2 Pokemon.

Repellent: $250
It can repel a Pokemon of your choice (one Park Visit). To use Repellent, hang around your neck like a car freshener.

Family Repellent: $500
It can repel a whole evolution chain of a Pokemon of your choice (one Park Visit). To use Family Repellent, hang around your neck like a car freshener.

Type Repellent: $1,500
It can repel a whole type of Pokemon classified under a certain type (one Park Visit). To use Type Repellent, hang around your neck like a car freshener. (You CANNOT use Type Repellent to repel Water Pokemon at the Great Lakes, nor you use it to repel Flying Pokemon at Outer Heaven)

*Note: You can only use one Repellent at a time. Using two at a time might nullify their effects. Also, a Repellent's effect lasts for the whole visit, so make sure you really want to use it before you do.

PokePlayer: $3,500
It's used to play Disks containing the cry of a specific Pokemon (sold separately) to attract that Pokemon. When the Player is used, it gives a 10% chance of making the Pokemon specified appear for the next encounter, even if the Pokemon wasn't in the encounters rolled. The PokePlayer is small and can only hold enough charge to play (or record) a total of 3 Disks (15 times since Disks can be used up to 5 times each), after that, the battery will die and it can only be recharged when you leave the park since the PokePlayer is yours to keep.

Common Voice Disks: $1,000

Uncommon Voice Disks: $2,000

Intermediate Voice Disks: $3,000

*Note-When you buy a Voice Disk, instead of asking for Common, Uncommon or Intermediate, you instead ask for *Pokemon's name* Voice Disk. (Example: Togepi Voice Disk, Ninjask Voice Disk, Dewgong Voice Disk) You will be charge according to the Pokemon's rarity. Make sure the disc you're buying is for a Pokemon whose rarity falls in one of the three listed above; otherwise, you're purchase won't be approved and you'll have to edit it. Also, discs can only be used up to five times, after which they wear out. If you leave the Park and come back, the number of uses carries over to your next visit (for example, you use a disc three times and leave the Park. The next time you return the disc will have two uses left).

Blank Disks: $3,000
The PokePlayer can use these to record the sound of an encountered Pokemon, no matter how rare it is. The Disk can then be used to attract the recorded Pokemon later. If you record a cry, it's not longer a Blank Disk, so you can't record with it anymore. Be careful when recording though. You could accidentally (or intentionally) record your own Pokemon's Cry, or your own voice, and then the Tape could end up attracting the wrong Pokemon or no Pokemon at all. Blank discs are kept indefinitely until they are used to record a Pokemon's cry, after which they can only be used five times (like pre-recorded discs).

Digital Camera: $7,000
Take pictures of Pokemon with it. Show the picture you like best to the Ranger when you exit the park and you will receive a reward ($2,000 for a Legendary and $1,500 for a Rare/Special). If you do not have a camera when the Legendary appears, it will run away before you get a chance to purchase the camera. Still, you can also use it to take pictures around. This camera is yours to keep and use as many times as you like. Taking a picture of a Rare Pokemon will startle it and make it run, but it will still count as an Encounter. Please note you can't claim your money until after your RP has finished.

Scent Sprays: $100
You can buy a Scent Spray of any our delicious aromas: Spicy Splendor, Sweet Sensation, Dreamily Dry, Sour Starfruit, Bitter Berry, and Mystery Mist. You can Spray this around to attract a Pokemon who likes that scent (depends on its nature: See the Park Encyclopedia). You must specify the Scent of the Spray you are buying. It can only be used once, but it'll last for 10 encounters. (Note: Mystery Mist scares away Pokemon with scent preferences)

Max Potion: $1,000
Heals the Pokemonís HP completely (one use). If unused, you may keep it for next time. To use, spray on Pokemon.

Full Heal: $500
Cures Burn, Paralyze, Sleep and Freeze on your Pokemon (one use). If unused, you may keep it for next time. To use, spray on Pokťmon.

Full Restore: $1,500
Fully restores a Pokemon's HP and status (one use).

Special Map: $5,000
With this map, you will find in each Location special areas that only a Ranger can get you through. This is the only way to find Pokemon in the Special category. You canít keep it, though.

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Ranger Items

These are the only items a Ranger will carry with them in the park. You may purchase these here at the Park Shop or from the Ranger when you enter National Park.


Poke-doll: $500
You can toss it to distract a Pokemon thatís either vicious or that wonít leave you alone.

Heal Potion: $1,500
It heals the Pokemonís HP completely (one use). To use it you must unscrew the cap and have the Pokemon drink it. Itís too uncomfortable to use during a battle.

Status Potion: $1,000
It cures Burn, Paralyze, Sleep on your Pokemon(one use). To use it you must unscrew the cap and have the Pokemon drink it. Itís too uncomfortable to use during a battle.

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Special Items

This is where you'll find one day sales and other items regularly not sold in the Park Mart.


Honey: (Out of Stock)
Honey will attract a Pokemon that likes sweets with a 50% chance of attracting 2 at the same time for a double encounter. There are special posts in every location of the Park that you can put Honey on. You could get some Honey with a Pokemon that has Honey Gather ability.

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Sorry, we donít sell berries, TMs, or hold items. You must buy those at The Pokemart or the Berry Store. Also, a quick note: You can either add Shop stuff to you normal URPG stats, or you can put them in your Park Stats. Or you can do both, whichever you prefer.

Last edited by Eraizaa-kun; 02-08-2010 at 09:11 PM.