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The '''Poké Transfer Lab''' is a facility in ''[[Black and White]]'' which allows you to bring [[Pokémon]] over from your [[Generation IV]] games. The Generation IV games include HeartGold, SoulSilver, Platinum, Diamond, and Pearl. It's located on top of the cliff on [[Unova Route 15|Route 15]] and is therefore only accessible after completing the main game.
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The '''Poké Transfer Lab''' is a facility that appears in ''[[Pokémon Black and White]]'' and [[Pokémon Black 2 and White 2|its remakes]] that allows the player to transfer their [[Pokémon]] from their [[Generation IV]] games, which include ''[[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl]]'', ''[[Pokémon Platinum]]'', and ''[[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver]]'', similar to [[Pal Park]] in the previous generation. The building is located on [[Unova Route 15|Route 15]], and can only be visited after the player completes the main story.
   
 
== Transferring ==
 
== Transferring ==
To transfer the Pokémon you need two [[Nintendo DS]] systems. You can send over six Pokémon at a time from their boxes. Unlike ''[[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|HeartGold and SoulSilver]]'', you do not have to wait 24 hours before sending another six. Pokémon which hold items or know [[HM]]s cannot be transferred. Think carefully before sending Pokémon over, as they cannot be sent back.
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In order to transfer the Pokémon requested, two [[Nintendo DS]] systems must be used. Six Pokémon at a time can be sent over from their boxes. Unlike ''HeartGold and SoulSilver'', a restriction of transferring six Pokémon every 24 hours is not imposed. Pokémon with [[Item#Held_Items|held items]], or know [[TM and HM#HM|HM]] moves cannot be transferred. Once the player transfers the Pokémon selected, the Pokémon cannot be transferred back into the original game.
   
 
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[[File:PokeTransfer-2-1-.jpg|150px|thumb|right|PokéTransfer]]To obtain the Pokémon, you must play a minigame. To start playing just talk to the man in the back of the building standing in between the two counters. You use a bow controlled by the touch screen which shoots out [[Poké Ball]]s to capture the Pokémon jumping between bushes. There is a time limit. There is a reticule on the top-screen so you can see where the ball is likely to land.
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[[File:PokeTransfer-2-1-.jpg|150px|thumb|right|PokéTransfer]]To obtain the Pokémon, a minigame must be played. The player is given a bow controlled by the touch screen that shoots out [[Poké Ball]]s to capture Pokémon jumping between bushes. There is a time limit. There is a reticule on the top-screen that can display where the ball is likely to land.
 
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Latest revision as of 22:27, March 31, 2014

Poké Transfer Lab
シフトファクトリー Shift Factory
Shift Factory
Information about Poké Transfer Lab
Region: Unova
Connecting locations: Route 15
Weather: Normal
Kind: Building
Needed HM: None
Generation(s) available: V

The Poké Transfer Lab is a facility that appears in Pokémon Black and White and its remakes that allows the player to transfer their Pokémon from their Generation IV games, which include Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, Pokémon Platinum, and Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, similar to Pal Park in the previous generation. The building is located on Route 15, and can only be visited after the player completes the main story.

Transferring Edit

In order to transfer the Pokémon requested, two Nintendo DS systems must be used. Six Pokémon at a time can be sent over from their boxes. Unlike HeartGold and SoulSilver, a restriction of transferring six Pokémon every 24 hours is not imposed. Pokémon with held items, or know HM moves cannot be transferred. Once the player transfers the Pokémon selected, the Pokémon cannot be transferred back into the original game.

MinigameEdit

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To obtain the Pokémon, a minigame must be played. The player is given a bow controlled by the touch screen that shoots out Poké Balls to capture Pokémon jumping between bushes. There is a time limit. There is a reticule on the top-screen that can display where the ball is likely to land.

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