Wikia

Pokémon Wiki

Changes: PokéGear

Edit

Back to page

m (Reverted edits by Thedigipokemon (talk | block) to last version by Rainbow Shifter)
m (clean up, typos fixed: counter part → counterpart)
 
Line 8: Line 8:
 
The '''PokéGear''' (formally known as the '''Pokémon Gear''') is a [[key item]] available in the ''[[Pokémon]]'' games set in [[Johto]]. It acts as a phone, map, and a radio after receiving a card to activate the function.
 
The '''PokéGear''' (formally known as the '''Pokémon Gear''') is a [[key item]] available in the ''[[Pokémon]]'' games set in [[Johto]]. It acts as a phone, map, and a radio after receiving a card to activate the function.
   
After defeating the [[Elite Four]], the player can tune into special radio channels, called Sounds, that will lure Pokémon from other regions to the immediate area. A Hoenn counter part is called the PokeNav. When used in the same fashion and obtained towards the beginning of the game, it can match calls and check your map.
+
After defeating the [[Elite Four]], the player can tune into special radio channels, called Sounds, that will lure Pokémon from other regions to the immediate area. A Hoenn counterpart is called the PokeNav. When used in the same fashion and obtained towards the beginning of the game, it can match calls and check your map.
   
 
You can also get Gym leader numbers, but you must get them when they are away from their gyms (Except Chuck and Blue).
 
You can also get Gym leader numbers, but you must get them when they are away from their gyms (Except Chuck and Blue).

Latest revision as of 16:56, October 17, 2013

No Title
No Title
No information
PokéGearOld

An old model of the PokéGear

The PokéGear (formally known as the Pokémon Gear) is a key item available in the Pokémon games set in Johto. It acts as a phone, map, and a radio after receiving a card to activate the function.

After defeating the Elite Four, the player can tune into special radio channels, called Sounds, that will lure Pokémon from other regions to the immediate area. A Hoenn counterpart is called the PokeNav. When used in the same fashion and obtained towards the beginning of the game, it can match calls and check your map.

You can also get Gym leader numbers, but you must get them when they are away from their gyms (Except Chuck and Blue).

This article is a stub. Please help the Pokémon Wiki by expanding it. Cleffa XY
PokéApp
Generation II Generation III Generation IV Generation V Generation VI
PokéGear PokéNav Pokétch C-Gear · Xtransceiver Pokémon-Amie · PSS · ST

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki