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[[Image:Pokénav.png|thumb|The PokéNav.]]
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The {{nihongo|Pokémon Navigator|ポケモンナビゲーター|Pokemon Nabigētā}} also referred as {{nihongo|PokéNav|ポケナビ|Pokenabi|literally meaning; PokéNavi}} is a device produced by the [[Devon Corporation]] under [[Mr. Stone]]'s orders. The counterpart of the PokéNav is the [[PokéGear]] in the [[Johto]] region, [[Pokétch]] in the [[Sinnoh]] region, and the [[C-Gear]] in the [[Unova]] region. The PokéNav have been introduced in the [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire]] and [[Pokémon Emerald|Emerald]] series. The main protagonist obtains the PokéNav after obtaining his/her first gym badge and taking back the Devon Goods that one of the [[Team Aqua]] members have stolen.
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The '''PokéNav''', formally known as the '''Pokémon Navigator''', is a [[Items#Key_Items|Key Item]] used in [[Hoenn]]. A PokéNav is a device that stores the [[Hoenn]] map, and many other devices like the ''Trainers Eyes''. This part of the PokéNav records all the trainers you see and meet on Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald games and lets you check this device to see if a''' '''trainer wants a re-match. It can also record information on [[Elite Four]] trainers and the [[Gym Leaders]] and it allows them to call you for a rematch. The Pokénav also records the Pokémon ribbons you have won from contests for example "your Pelipper won a ribbon in a Normal beauty contest". Finally, it shows you how much Beauty, Cuteness, Cool etc. from when they eat [[PokéBlocks]].
 
   
==Uses==
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==Production==
The PokéNav can be used to scan the player's [[Pokémon]]'s capabilities for the [[Pokémon Contest]]. It also contains a map of the [[Hoenn]] region. In [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire]], it has ''Trainers Eyes'' which the player can use to view information about certain defeated foes. In [[Pokémon Emerald]], it has ''Match Call'' which allows the player to call other trainers.
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[[Image:Mr. Stone and the PokéNav.PNG|thumb|left|Mr. Stone looks at the PokéNav.]]
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The creation of the PokéNav was ordered by Mr. Stone. The reason for the development of the PokéNav was because Mr. Stone wanted to find a way to keep track of a Pokémon feelings. The PokéNav appears to be small and has the appearance of a compact-disc-shaped device. The PokéNav has many functions such as the Map of the [[Hoenn]] region, Condition were you can look for the condition of your Pokémon, mostly used by Co-ordinators, Trainer's Eyes which contains important information about the trainer and it can also led to rematches, Match Call a replaced function of the Trainer's Eyes and, Ribbon were you can see the ribbons that you've obtained so far.
   
==How To Obtain==
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==Functions==
The PokéNav is a gift from the [[Devon Corporation]] after the player defeats the [[Team Magma]] or [[Team Aqua]] grunt in [[Rusturf Tunnel]] outside of [[Rustboro City]].
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There are different kinds of known functions in the PokéNav. In total there are 5 useful functions which are: Map, Condition, Trainer's Eyes, Match Call and Ribbon. Trainer's Eyes has been replaced by Match Call in Pokémon Emerald.
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===Map===
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[[Image:Map function PokéNav.PNG|thumb|PokéNav: Map.]]
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This function displays the map of the Hoenn region along with the current location of the protagonist. It has a zoom capacity that zooms in a town or a city the player visited during his travels, also, the player can just zoom in a town or a city but it doesn't display the town outline. While being zoomed, the important building has each a color:
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*{{color|f80000|'''Red'''}} stands for the: [[Pokémon Center]].
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*{{color|0000f8|'''Blue'''}} stands for the: [[PokéMart]].
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*A {{color|8098f0|'''lavender'''}} color stands for: [[Pokémon Contest]].
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*A {{color|b82020|'''brown'''}} color stands for: [[Pokémon Gym]].
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===Condition===
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This function allows you to see the condition of one of your Pokémon. Condition is mostly used by Pokémon Co-ordinators.
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====Party Pokémon====
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[[Image:Party Pokémon Function.PNG|thumb|Party Pokémon Function.]]
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The first option in the Condition function. This option allows you to view your Pokémon contest attributes which are: {{color|f87860|'''Cool'''}}, {{color|6850d8|'''Beauty'''}}, {{color|f06868|'''Cute'''}}, {{color|20c068|'''Smart'''}} and, {{color|f0c030|'''Tough'''}}. Known is that there is a green patch in the middle if you are checking your Pokémon status which will expand depending on how prominent your Pokémon attribute is. When is grows to a certain attribute it will gain a star. To obtain such kind of attributes depends on the Pokéblock you are feeding to your Pokémon. This is mostly used for Pokémon Contests, it can boost the interest of the audience for the Pokémon that has been selected to participate in the Pokémon Contest.
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====Search====
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Search is the second option from the function Condition. This option let you search through all the Pokémon you have, including the Pokémon that you have stored in your PC.
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===Trainer's Eyes===
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[[Image:Trainer's Eyes.PNG|thumb|Trainer's Eyes.]]
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Trainer's Eyes is the third option from the PokéNav. It records all the 69 trainers you have fought in the game including Gym Leaders and the members of the Pokémon League. Next to their name there is a squared PokéBall flashing which means that they want a rematch. You can also gain some information of the trainer that you've battled before, their sprite will make an appearance, their strategy, a description of their Pokémon and their self-introduction. In order to have a rematch with the trainers you've met and battled you must first have all five gym badges around the Hoenn region. Trainers Eyes has been replaced by Match Call in the Pokémon Emerald video game series. Here is a list of Pokémon Trainers that can be obtained in the Trainer's Eyes function:
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===Match Call===
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====Ribbon====
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This is the final option from the PokéNav. It list your Pokémon who have one a ribbon in a special event such as: Pokémon Contest or defeating the Pokémon League. You can see the ribbons while pressing with the A button on a certain Pokémon who obtained a ribbon. You can also get information about the ribbon the Pokémon obtained during the special event.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 12:05, September 27, 2014

Pokénav

The PokéNav.

The Pokémon Navigator (Japanese: ポケモンナビゲーター Pokemon Nabigētā) also referred as PokéNav (Japanese: ポケナビ Pokenabi, literally meaning; PokéNavi) is a device produced by the Devon Corporation under Mr. Stone's orders. The counterpart of the PokéNav is the PokéGear in the Johto region, Pokétch in the Sinnoh region, and the C-Gear in the Unova region. The PokéNav have been introduced in the Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire and Emerald series. The main protagonist obtains the PokéNav after obtaining his/her first gym badge and taking back the Devon Goods that one of the Team Aqua members have stolen.

ProductionEdit

Mr. Stone and the PokéNav

Mr. Stone looks at the PokéNav.

The creation of the PokéNav was ordered by Mr. Stone. The reason for the development of the PokéNav was because Mr. Stone wanted to find a way to keep track of a Pokémon feelings. The PokéNav appears to be small and has the appearance of a compact-disc-shaped device. The PokéNav has many functions such as the Map of the Hoenn region, Condition were you can look for the condition of your Pokémon, mostly used by Co-ordinators, Trainer's Eyes which contains important information about the trainer and it can also led to rematches, Match Call a replaced function of the Trainer's Eyes and, Ribbon were you can see the ribbons that you've obtained so far.

FunctionsEdit

There are different kinds of known functions in the PokéNav. In total there are 5 useful functions which are: Map, Condition, Trainer's Eyes, Match Call and Ribbon. Trainer's Eyes has been replaced by Match Call in Pokémon Emerald.

MapEdit

Map function PokéNav

PokéNav: Map.

This function displays the map of the Hoenn region along with the current location of the protagonist. It has a zoom capacity that zooms in a town or a city the player visited during his travels, also, the player can just zoom in a town or a city but it doesn't display the town outline. While being zoomed, the important building has each a color:

ConditionEdit

This function allows you to see the condition of one of your Pokémon. Condition is mostly used by Pokémon Co-ordinators.

Party PokémonEdit

Party Pokémon Function

Party Pokémon Function.

The first option in the Condition function. This option allows you to view your Pokémon contest attributes which are: Cool, Beauty, Cute, Smart and, Tough. Known is that there is a green patch in the middle if you are checking your Pokémon status which will expand depending on how prominent your Pokémon attribute is. When is grows to a certain attribute it will gain a star. To obtain such kind of attributes depends on the Pokéblock you are feeding to your Pokémon. This is mostly used for Pokémon Contests, it can boost the interest of the audience for the Pokémon that has been selected to participate in the Pokémon Contest.

SearchEdit

Search is the second option from the function Condition. This option let you search through all the Pokémon you have, including the Pokémon that you have stored in your PC.

Trainer's EyesEdit

Trainer's Eyes

Trainer's Eyes.

Trainer's Eyes is the third option from the PokéNav. It records all the 69 trainers you have fought in the game including Gym Leaders and the members of the Pokémon League. Next to their name there is a squared PokéBall flashing which means that they want a rematch. You can also gain some information of the trainer that you've battled before, their sprite will make an appearance, their strategy, a description of their Pokémon and their self-introduction. In order to have a rematch with the trainers you've met and battled you must first have all five gym badges around the Hoenn region. Trainers Eyes has been replaced by Match Call in the Pokémon Emerald video game series. Here is a list of Pokémon Trainers that can be obtained in the Trainer's Eyes function:

Trainer's Eyes
Trainer's name Strategy Trainer's Pokémon Self Introduction

Match CallEdit

RibbonEdit

This is the final option from the PokéNav. It list your Pokémon who have one a ribbon in a special event such as: Pokémon Contest or defeating the Pokémon League. You can see the ribbons while pressing with the A button on a certain Pokémon who obtained a ribbon. You can also get information about the ribbon the Pokémon obtained during the special event.

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