The Trainers below are found in the Pokémon Trainer School.
School Kid Harrison
|School Kid Harrison|
School Kid Christine
|School Kid Christine|
|Poké Ball||200||A tool to catch Pokémon.|
|Potion||300||Restores HP of Pokémon by 20 points.|
|Antidote||100||Heals a poisoned Pokémon.|
|Parlyz Heal||200||Heals a paralyzed Pokémon.|
|Heal Ball||300||A remedial Poké Ball that restores the caught Pokémon's HP and eliminates any status problem.|
Meet Your Friend
The first time you visit here, Dawn/Lucas will appear and talk to you that your friend is currently at the Pokémon Trainer School. Head towards there to pass him the Parcel his Mom have requested. There is a spare Town Map in his parcel and decided to gives you the extra.
Get a Pokétch
After you talked to your friend, head outside and head north. A man will talk to you. He is the President of the Pokétch company and will tell you to look for three clowns. The clowns locations are: In front of the PokéMart, in front of the Jubilife TV Station and in front of the Pokétch Company. Answer correctly their questions and they will give you a Coupon. Collect 3 Coupons and meet the President again. He will give you the Pokétch. It is a very useful device, allowing you to keep track of time or finding hidden items.
Get an Old Rod
Head west of Jubilife City and into a building. Talk to the fisherman there and he will give you an Old Rod if you replied "Yes".
Get a Quick Claw
Head to a condominium and chat with the woman there. She will give you a Quick Claw, a Held item that allows your Pokémon to attack first.
Battle Team Galactic
Soon after you win yourself a badge, two Team Galactic members appear at Jubilife City harassing and trying to bully Professor Rowan and your other rival into coming with them. Together with Dawn/Lucas, you battle them in your first tag battle with another Trainer.
|Wurmple ♂||Zubat ♂|
|Lv. 9||Lv. 9|
After winning the battle, Team Galactic retreats and Professor Rowan and his grandkid will tell you that 90% of the Pokémon is tied with evolution. Then they walked off. A man then walks towards you. He is a representative from the Jublife TV. He will give you a Fashion Case that allows you to dress up your Pokémon. After this battle, you can now access to the Jubilife TV Station.
Here at the GTS, you can log on (using wi-fi) and trade with other trainers who deposited their Pokémon. On the menu there are three choices: Deposit Pokémon, Seek Pokémon, and Exit. Deposit Pokémon is a feature that allows you to deposit Pokémon on the GTS asking for a specific Pokémon. Other trainers can trade the Pokémon you asked for. When you seek Pokémon, you do the opposite, you trade for Pokémon that other people deposited. Exit seems pretty straight forward so hope you have fun on the GTS.
This building is located next to the Pokémon Center. There is a blackboard listing status conditions and their effects. The teacher appears to be an Ace Trainer. Many students around will also give you tips.
The Pokétch Company
- Main article: The Pokétch Company
The Pokétch company is where they make Pokétch applications (apps for short). Every time you complete an event, the president will hand you an app. There are many other people who also give you apps. There are three floors in the warehouse. If you talk to the people inside, they'll give you tips.
After you receive certain amount of badges, come back to the company and meet the President. Every two badges you collect, he will give you one applications. So he can give you a maximum of four applications.
Jubilife TV Station
- 1st Floor: On the 1st floor there is: lottery corner, trainers, a TV. The lottery corner is a place where you can get a free lottery ticket where you could win prizes
- 2nd Floor: On the 2nd floor there is: a studio, a room with a hiker inside who'll let you dress up your Pokémon (recommended for friendship evolutions)
- 3rd Floor: The record rooms, some guy who if you tell him the right things, will give you access to Mystery Gift.
- 4th Floor: The president and his office.
There is also an elevator you can take up to the floors you want. There are many reporters out there who'll interview you and you might end up on TV (in the game).
- There is a piano arrangement of this city's song played by a girl in Snowbelle City in Pokémon X and Y.