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POKEMON BLACK AND WHITE
DREAM WORLD / GLOBAL LINK GUIDE
Version 1.00
By: hanako21 for GameFAQs
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/o Table of Contents /
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01. Version History.....................................................[A000]
02. Introduction........................................................[B000]
03. Game-Sync and the Global Link.......................................[C000]
    3.1 Creating your Pokemon Trainer Club account......................[C001]
    3.2 Syncing your game...............................................[C002]
    3.3 Tucking in your Pokemon.........................................[C003]
    3.4 Waking up your Pokemon..........................................[C004]
    3.5 The Dream Forest................................................[C005]
04. Global Link Feature: Your Profile...................................[D000]
    4.1 Game Card Info and Pal Roster...................................[D001]
    4.2 Dream World Stats and Dream Pal Roster..........................[D002]
    4.3 Global Battle Union Stats.......................................[D003]
05. Global Link Feature: The Global Battle Union........................[E000]
    5.1 About Ranked Battles............................................[E001]
    5.2 Season Rankings.................................................[E002]
    5.3 Competitions....................................................[E003]
06. Global Link Feature: Dream World....................................[F000]
    6.1 Dream Points and Unlocking New Content..........................[F001]
    6.2 Your Home and Decorations.......................................[F002]
    6.3 Planting Berries................................................[F003]
    6.4 The Share Shelf.................................................[F004]
    6.5 Visiting Other Players and Footprint Maps.......................[F005]
    6.6 The Island of Dreams............................................[F006]
07. Dream World Decor...................................................[G000]
08. Dream World Mini-Games..............................................[H000]
09. Dream World Areas...................................................[I000]
    8.1 Refreshing Field................................................[I001]
    8.2 Open Sky........................................................[I002]
    8.3 Shining Ocean...................................................[I003]
    8.4 Special Events..................................................[I004]
10. New Abilities.......................................................[J000]
11. Miscellaneous Global Link Features..................................[K000]
    10.1 Promotions.....................................................[K001]
    10.2 E-Z Mail.......................................................[K002]
    10.3 Customization..................................................[K003]
12. Frequently Asked Questions / Troubleshooting........................[L000]
13. Tips for making the most out of your Dream World Experience.........[M000]
14. Credits and Contact Information.....................................[N000]

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/o Version History /                                                    [A000]
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Version 0.50 - 4/18/2011
 - First released version of the guide.

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/o Introduction /                                                       [B000]
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The Pokemon Global Link is one of the unique new features that the fifth
generation games have to offer. With the release of Pokemon Diamond and Pearl,
players saw the ability to trade with players all over the world via the GTS, 
turning Pokemon into a truly global experience. Nintendo takes it one step
further in Black and White by introducing a fully interactive online game 
where it is possible to transfer a Pokemon you have caught in the DS game onto
the internet. Known as the Dream World, players can to explore their
Pokemon's dreams and catch exclusive Pokemon to take back to their main game,
among other things.

Since the Global Link is a brand new aspect of Pokemon, there is sure to be
much confusion among players new to the game. The goal of this guide is to 
provide an in-depth exploration of all the features of the Global Link and 
Dream World itself for beginners as well as for advanced players who seek more 
strategies and information about this feature.


*** This guide was written for GameFAQs/Gamespot only and should NOT be seen
on other sites without my permission. 
This guide is for non-commercial personal use only.
You MAY NOT modify any part of this guide or claim it as your own. 

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/o Game Sync and the Global Link /                                      [C000]
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/ Creating your Pokemon Trainer Club account /                          [C001]
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Before you can start playing, you will need to create an account first.
The international version of the Global Link runs off of the official Pokemon
website, so head on to http://www.pokemon.com to start. On the top-right
corner of the page, there is a button that links to the sign-up page. Follow
the instructions to create your own Pokemon Trainer Club account. After
receiving a confirmation e-mail and activating your account, you may use it
to explore the user areas of pokemon.com (I'll leave the exploring for you to
do), and more importantly, it can also be used on the Global Link website
at http://www.pokemon-gl.com .


/ Syncing your game /                                                   [C002]
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After you have your account, you'll need to perform a syncronization process
in your actual Pokemon game to link your account to your game and to access
all the areas of the website.

Activate your C-Gear, which can be obtained early on in the game at Striaton
City after completing the quest involving Fennel. Tap the glowing "Online"
portion of the screen, and you will be taken to a large button labeled 
"Game Sync." The game will now attempt to connect to Nintendo's online server.
After a few minutes of waiting, you will be assigned a Game Sync ID, which
appears on the top screen.

Now log in to the Global Link website and go to your profile by clicking on 
the button on the left side panel. On the left, there is a button that says
"Game Registration." Here, you may register up to two Game Sync IDs: one for
Black version and one for White version.

If you ever need to see your Game Sync ID again, go to the Main Menu screen
(the one right after the title screen) and scroll down to check it.

Please note that if this is your first time using the Nintendo Wi-Fi 
Connection, you will need to set up your wi-fi connection first. There is 
a Settings button on the bottom right of the C-Gear on the Game Sync screen.
You will be taken to a menu where you can set up your connections. This part
is beyond the scope of the guide, so if you are having any connection issues,
refer to your Instruction Booklet or seek help from the official Nintendo
website.


/ Tucking in your Pokemon /                                             [C003]
---------------------------
When you currently do not have a Pokemon that is tucked in already, accessing
the Game Sync option will take you to a screen that lets you select any
Pokemon from your PC box to put to sleep. This Pokemon will appear when you
access Dream World (esentially, you will be visiting this Pokemon's dream.)

As far as I know, the species and type of Pokemon being tucked in does not 
affect anything inside Dream World, besides the Pokemon that is accompanying
you. I would recommend using a Pokemon you like that you won't be using at
the moment, since once the Pokemon is asleep, you won't be able to interact
with it in your actual game.

In some occassions, your Pokemon may gain a level after waking up, so please
keep this in mind when tucking in valuable Pokemon.


/ Waking up your Pokemon /                                              [C004]
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If you have a Pokemon that is sleeping, accessing the Game Sync again will 
give you the option of waking it up. This will return the Pokemon to your
game. The Pokemon may gain a level after waking up, but otherwise it will
remain unchanged.


/ The Entree Forest /                                                   [C005]
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After you befriend a Pokemon in Dream World and send it back, it will not
appear in you party or box immediately. You will have to travel to the 
Entralink in your game by accessing the Wireless section of your C-Gear, and
going to the Entree Forest at the top of the screen.

Like the Safari Zone or Pal Park in the earlier games, you do not send out
your own Pokemon to battle these Pokemon. Instead, a special Dream Ball 
appears in your bag, which guarantees that the Pokemon will be captured.

The Nature and IVs of the Pokemon are determined after you catch it, so you
are able to soft reset until you find one you like. However, its gender and
moveset will be set in stone after you transfer it online. These Pokemon
will be at level 10, and are never shiny.


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/o Global Link Feature: Your Profile /                                  [D000]
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/ Game Card Info and Pal Roster /                                       [D001]
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The first tab in your profile page outlines the details of the game file that
is linked with your account, including basic information such as your trainer
name, play time, and badges earned. Below that is a list of friends you have
made in-game that also have an account on the Global Link. They will be 
categorized as either Friends or Trade Pals. A friend is someone you have 
interacted with and exchanged friend codes with in real life, while a trade
pal is simply someone you have met over wi-fi only.


/ Dream World Stats and Dream Pal Roster /                              [D002]
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This page displays information about your Dream World status, including how
many dream points you have accumulated, the details of the Pokemon that was
last tucked in, and the six most recent Pokemon that you have sent back to 
your game. Below is a list of Dream Pals, which are friends that you have
made within Dream World only.


/ Global Battle Union Stats /                                           [D003]
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This page keeps track of your records in the Global Battle Union. It displays
your rating, ranking, and the number of wins and losses. Below is an area that
saves information on the on-site competitions (which have yet to be released).
Below that, you may type in a number of your Battle Video so other people can
view it. You can upload a Battle Video by accessing the wi-fi room on the
top-right of any Pokemon Center and selecting the Battle Video option.


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/o Global Link Feature: The Global Battle Union /                       [E000]
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/ About Ranked Battles /                                                [E001]
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Ranked battles can be accessed from the Random Matchup located at the
top-right of any Pokemon Center. They are different from the Free Battles in
that your rating will change depending on how well you do in battle, which 
will determine your rank among all trainers around the world. Your rating
starts at 1500. Another nice thing about ranked battles are that less people
disconnect in the middle of battle because they may be penalized for doing so.


/ Season Rankings /                                                     [E002]
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The ranking system for Pokemon battles are recorded by season. 
Each season lasts for three months, and rankings are updated weekly. You must
battle at least ten times during a single season to be included in the
ranking for that specific season.

The season schedule for 2011 is as follows: 
Season 1: April 13, 2011 - June 28, 2011
Season 2: June 29, 2011 - September 27, 2011
Season 3: September 28, 2011 - December 27, 2011
Season 4: December 28, 2011 - March 27, 2012


/ Competitions /                                                        [E003]
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Information coming when it becomes available.


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/o Global Link Feature: Dream World /                                   [F000]
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To access the Dream World, click on the large purple button on the Global Link
home page. Fennel will guide you through the process if it is your first time
using the Dream World. To control site traffic, you may only play in the Dream
World for an hour every day. Make sure to click the X button on the top right
corner of the screen to end your session so your Pokemon can be woken up 
safely. When you are done for the day, there will be a counter on the purple
Dream World button that tells you when you are able to access the Dream World
again.


/ Dream Points and Unlocking New Content /                              [F001]
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Before diving into the actual content, you should take notice of the Dream
Point system, which is crucial to advancing in Dream World and unlocking
new and better content. You gain Dream Points after participating in certain 
activities, BUT the game doesn't inform you when you gain these points. The
only way to check how many points you currently have is by going to the
Dream World tab on your profile.

The following actions increase Dream Points:
10 points - Water berries
10 points - Pick berries
10-30 points - Complete a mini-game
50 Pokemon - Send a befriended Pokemon back to your game


/ Your Home and Decorations /                                           [F002]
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The first screen you see upon entering Dream World is your front door. Here,
you may enter your house or check the doorstep for footprints of other
Pokemon who have visited your house.

The Pokemon that you have tucked in will appear here and will follow you in
your adventure. The Pokemon will start off with a "..." which can change to
a smily face after you have visited the Island of Dreams. When you have
gained enough points, it will change to a music note. 

The decoration feature in previous generations have moved to this portion of
Dream World. There are three rooms available for decorating, and furniture 
may be brought by accessing the red Catalog in your room. They can be bought
for berries, and most are quite costly so don't expect to have a bunch of
furniture right away.

On the wall is the Friend Board. Check here to see which Pokemon will be
sent back to your game after you wake up your Pokemon. You will only be able
to take one Pokemon back per day under normal circumstances. The extra space
is for event Pokemon.


/ Planting Berries /                                                    [F003]
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Access this section by clicking the left arrow from your home or the right
arrow from the dream isle.

Since you are not given the option to plant berries in the actual game, you 
are given a chance to do so here. You start off with two rows of soil, and 
each row can hold three berries. You gain a third row after you accumulate 
900 dream points, and a fourth one after 2100 points.

After you first plant a berry, the soil will already be moist and will not
require any watering. The time it takes for berries to grow depends on the
type of berry and how much you water it. Once the soil around the berry turns
brown, it can be watered. You should keep the soil moist whenever possible.


/ The Share Shelf /                                                     [F004]
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Access this section by clicking the left arrow from the dream isle or the 
right arrow from your garden.

You are given nine spots to fill up with items. Other people who visit your
house can swap those items for some of their own. Since berries are rather
difficult to come by when you are just starting out, only place items once
you have an access of them.


/ Visiting Other Players and Footprint Mats /                           [F005]
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You can check other people who have visited your house by looking at your
Footprint Mat, located in front of your house. 

There are various ways to visit other people's houses. One is to check the
details of the Pokemon who have left tracks on your Footprint Mat. There 
should be a link that takes you to that Pokemon's house. Another way to 
visit other people is to click on the "Check Dream Pal" button on the top-
left of the screen while at the front of your house. Even if you do not
currently have any Dream Pals, there may be a random house that appears for
you to visit.

Once you're at someone else's world, you may help them water their berries
if the soil is dry. Remember that you can only do this 20 times per day, 
although that should be more than enough as it is actually quite difficult
to find someone whose berries need watering. If the other person has items
on their Share Shelf, you may pick any of them to swap with one of yours.
Finally, you can visit their house and see the Pokemon that they last
tucked in, as well as their decor. In addition, once you enter another user's
house, you will leave a footprint for them so they will be able to find you.

You can fill up your Dream Pal map and have your world connected to another
player's. You can send a Dream Pal request when you are currently at the 
other player's world by clicking on the "Dream Pal Request" button.


/ The Island of Dreams /                                                [F006]
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Access this section by clicking the left arrow from your garden or the right 
arrow from your share shelf.

Click on the Dream Bridge to access the main part of Dream World, where you 
explore one of the areas to meet wild Pokemon and find berries. A flashing 
spot indicates that there is an item hidden there, while a shaking spot 
indicates that a Pokemon is hidden behind it. Once you meet a Pokemon, it 
will invite you to play a game, and it will join you after you earn a good
score.

After exploring ten screens of the map, you reach the Tree of Dreams. Here,
you may offer a berry to befriend one of the Pokemon who have followed you so
you can send it back to your game.

You may choose to exit and go back to your home any time during your
exploration by clicking the button on the top-left of the screen. You may
return as many times as you want, as long as you have not made a wish at the
Tree of Dreams for the day. This means that you can essentially play more
games and find more items to rack up Dream Points.


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/o Dream World Decor /                                                  [G000]
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Item listing and details on Nacrene City furniture shop will be added soon.


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/o Dream World Mini-games /                                             [H000]
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Details and strategies on the four Dream World games will be added soon.


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/o Dream World Areas /                                                  [I000]
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Area #1 - Pleasant Forest                                               [I001]
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Unlock: N/A

Pokemon available after 0 Dream Points:
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| Number | Pokemon Name  | Ability        | Special Moves              |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #019   | Rattata       | Hustle         | Iron Tail, Me First        |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #029   | Nidoran (F)   | Hustle         | Sucker Punch, Super Fang   |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #032   | Nidoran (M)   | Hustle         | Counter, Super Fang        |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #043   | Oddish        | Run Away       | Teeter Dance, Giga Drain   |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #069   | Bellsprout    | Gluttony       | Synthesis, Seed Bomb       |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #077   | Ponyta        | Flame Body     | Heat Wave, Thrash          |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #083   | Farfetch'd    | Defiant        | Roost, Leaf Blade          |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #084   | Doduo         | Tangled Feet   | Flail, Roost               |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #102   | Exeggcute     | Harvest        | Synthesis, Giga Drain      |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #108   | Lickitung     | Cloud Nine     | Rock Climb, Sleep Talk     |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #114   | Tangela       | Regenerator    | Seed Bomb, Leech Seed      |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #115   | Kangaskhan    | Inner Focus    | Counter, Drain Punch       |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #161   | Sentret       | Frisk          | Endure, Covet              |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #174   | Igglybuff     | Friend Guard   | Helping Hand, Fake Tears   |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #179   | Mareep        | Plus           | Shock Wave, Reflect        |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #187   | Hoppip        | Infiltrator    | Bullet Seed, Helping Hand  |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #191   | Sunkern       | Early Bird     | Earth Power, Sweet Scent   |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #234   | Stantler      | Sap Sipper     | Skill Swap, Disable        |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #261   | Poochyena     | Rattled        | Poison Fang, Dark Pulse    |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #270   | Lotad         | Own Tempo      | Leech Seed, Water Pulse    |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #276   | Tailow        | Scrappy        | Tailwind, Mirror Move      |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #283   | Surskit       | Rain Dish      | Giga Drain, Hydro Pump     |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #399   | Bidoof        | Moody          | Aqua Tail, Secret Power    |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #403   | Shinx         | Guts           | Magnet Rise, Night Slash   |
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Pokemon available after 7500 Dream Points: 
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| Number | Pokemon Name  | Ability        | Special Moves              |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #054   | Psyduck       | Swift Swim     | Encore, Brine              |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #058   | Growlithe     | Justified      | Body Slam, Endure          |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #123   | Scyther       | Steadfast      | Baton Pass, Endure         |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #128   | Tauros        | Sheer Force    | Rock Climb, Iron Tail      |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #183   | Marill        | Sap Sipper     | Aqua Jet, Ice Punch        |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #185   | Sudowoodo     | Rattled        | Endure, Role Play          |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #203   | Girafarig     | Sap Sipper     | Mirror Coat, Skill Swap    |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #241   | Miltank       | Sap Sipper     | Curse, Iron Tail           |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #263   | Zigzagoon     | Quick Feet     | Trick                      |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #309   | Electrike     | Minus          | Signal Beam                |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #251   | Castform      | Forecast       | Ominous Wind               |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #417   | Pachirisu     | Volt Absorb    | Covet, Shock Wave          |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #427   | Buneary       | Limber         | Fake Out, Drain Punch      |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #431   | Glameow       | Keen Eye       | Assurance, Secret Power    |
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Pokemon available after 10000 Dream Points: 
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| Number | Pokemon Name  | Ability        | Special Moves              |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #037   | Vulpix        | Drought        | Heat Wave, Dark Pulse      |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #060   | Poliwag       | Swift Swim     | Mist                       |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #177   | Natu          | Magic Bounce   | Featherdance, Giga Drain   |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #239   | Elekid        | Vital Spirit   | Cross Chop, Magnet Rise    |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #300   | Skitty        | Wonder Skin    | Tickle, Captivate          |
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Items available after 0 Dream Points: 
- Poke Ball
- Net Ball
- Nest Ball
- Heal Ball
- Super Potion
- Cheri Berry
- Pecha Berry
- Oran Berry
- Sitrus Berry
- Figy Berry
- Pass Ball

Items available after 7500 Dream Points: 
- Elixir
- Ether
- Great Ball
- Lagging Tail
- Moomoo Milk
- Mystic Water
- Sharp Beak
- TinyMushroom

Items available after 10000 Dream Points: 
- Big Mushroom
- Stick


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Area #2 - Open Sky                                                      [I002]
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Unlock: 2500 Dream Points

Pokemon available after 0 Dream Points:
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| Number | Pokemon Name  | Ability        | Special Moves              |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #012   | Butterfree    | Tinted Lens    | Air Cutter, Roost          |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #016   | Pidgey        | Big Pecks      | Steel Wing, Secret Power   |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #021   | Spearow       | Sniper         | Faint Attack, Steel Wing   |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #041   | Zubat         | Infiltrator    | Hypnosis, Super Fang       |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #142   | Aerodactyl    | Unnerve        | Assurance, Stealth Rock    |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #163   | Hoothoot      | Tinted Lens    | Night Shade, Recycle       |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #165   | Ledyba        | Rattled        | Bug Bite, Thunderpunch     |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #177   | Natu          | Magic Bounce   | Featherdance, Giga Drain   |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #187   | Hoppip        | Infiltrator    | Encore, Bounce             |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #193   | Yanma         | Frisk          | Feint, Giga Drain          |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #198   | Murkrow       | Prankster      | Confuse Ray, Roost         |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #207   | Gligar        | Immunity       | Feint, Tailwind            |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #225   | Delibird      | Insomnia       | Ice Shard, Focus Punch     |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #276   | Tailow        | Scrappy        | Twister, Endure            |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #333   | Swablu        | Cloud Nine     | Featherdance, Roost        |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #397   | Staravia      | Reckless       | Featherdance, Tailwind     |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #425   | Drifloon      | Flare Boost    | Hypnosis, Skill Swap       |
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Pokemon available after 7500 Dream Points: 
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| Number | Pokemon Name  | Ability        | Special Moves              |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #227   | Skarmory      | Weak Armor     | Drill Peck, Roost          |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #357   | Tropius       | Harvest        | Leech Seed, Silver Wind    |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #441   | Chatot        | Big Pecks      | Nasty Plot, Role Play      |
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Pokemon available after 10000 Dream Points: 

None


Items available after 0 Dream Points: 
- Quick Ball
- Aguav Berry
- Aspear Berry
- Iapapa Berry
- Persim Berry
- Hyper Potion
- Pass Ball

Items available after 7500 Dream Points: 
- Ultra Ball
- SilverPowder
- Stardust
- Metronome

Items available after 10000 Dream Points: 
- Star Piece
- Wide Lens


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Area #3 - Shining Ocean                                                 [I003]
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Unlock: 5000 Dream Points

Pokemon available after 0 Dream Points:
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| Number | Pokemon Name  | Ability        | Special Moves              |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #079   | Slowpoke      | Regenerator    | Block, Brine               |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #098   | Krabby        | Sheer Force    | Amnesia, Secret Power      |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #116   | Horsea        | Damp           | Octazooka, Brine           |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #118   | Goldeen       | Lightningrod   | Psybeam                    |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #119   | Seaking       | Lightningrod   | Sleep Talk, Endure         |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #120   | Staryu        | Analytic       | Icy Wind, Recycle          |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #129   | Magikarp      | Rattled        | Bounce                     |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #138   | Omanyte       | Weak Armor     | Icy Wind, Muddy Water      |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #140   | Kabuto        | Weak Armor     | Flail, Stealth Rock        |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #194   | Wooper        | Unaware        | Body Slam, Aqua Tail       |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #211   | Qwilfish      | Intimidate     | Aqua Jet, Secret Power     |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #222   | Corsola       | Regenerator    | Confuse Ray, Stealth Rock  |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #223   | Remoraid      | Moody          | Rock Blast, Brine          |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #226   | Mantine       | Water Veil     | Mirror Coat, Air Cutter    |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #278   | Wingull       | Rain Dish      | Twister, Shock Wave        |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #318   | Carvanha      | Speed Boost    | Thrash, Dark Pulse         |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #320   | Wailmer       | Pressure       | Yawn, Bounce               |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #339   | Barboach      | Hydration      | Spark, Sleep Talk          |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #366   | Clamperl      | Rattled        | Aqua Ring, Captivate       |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #369   | Relicanth     | Sturdy         | Earth Power, Sleep Talk    |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #370   | Luvdisc       | Hydration      | Mud Sport, Icy Wind        |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #418   | Buizel        | Water Veil     | Slash, Water Pulse         |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #456   | Finneon       | Water Veil     | Sweet Kiss, Water Pulse    |
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Pokemon available after 7500 Dream Points: 
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| Number | Pokemon Name  | Ability        | Special Moves              |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #072   | Tentacool     | Rain Dish      | Encore, Brine              |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #341   | Corphish      | Adaptability   | Metal Claw, Endeavor       |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #345   | Lileep        | Storm Drain    | Mirror Coat, Giga Drain    |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #347   | Anorith       | Swift Swim     | Cross Poison, Stealth Rock |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #349   | Feebas        | Adaptability   | Mirror Coat, Captivate     |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #422   | Shellos       | Sand Strength  | Yawn, Secret Power         |
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Pokemon available after 10000 Dream Points: 
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| Number | Pokemon Name  | Ability        | Special Moves              |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #131   | Lapras        | Hydration      | Horn Drill, Icy Wind       |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #147   | Dratini       | Marvel Scale   | Dragonbreath, Water Pulse  |
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Items available after 0 Dream Points: 
- Dive Ball
- Chesto Berry
- Mago Berry
- Wiki Berry
- Pamtre Berry
- Super Potion
- Full Heal
- Super Potion

Items available after 7500 Dream Points: 
- Revive
- Heart Scale
- Pearl
- Hard Stone
- Poison Barb
- Big Root

Items available after 10000 Dream Points: 
- Big Pearl


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Event Pokemon: North America and Europe                                [I004]
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/ Befriend a Pokemon /
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Available from March 28 2011 - May 4 2011

On the official Pokemon Site, access the game "Befriend a Pokemon" in the
Fun Zone to play a game similar to Breakout. You will receive ONE of the
following Pokemon after completing four levels. Keep track of the colored
orbs that fall from the blocks - each one represents one of the Pokemon.
Make sure to try to collect some of the orbs that matches the Pokemon
you want or else you may not get a chance to select it at the end.

The actual Pokemon will not be available in Dream World right away - the
Pokemon will appear after May 5th.
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| Number | Pokemon Name  | Ability        | Special Moves              |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #134   | Vaporeon      | Hydration      | N/A                        |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #135   | Jolteon       | Quick Feet     | N/A                        |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #136   | Flareon       | Guts           | N/A                        |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #196   | Espeon        | Magic Bounce   | N/A                        |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #197   | Umbreon       | Inner Focus    | N/A                        |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #470   | Leafeon       | Chlorophyll    | N/A                        |
|--------|---------------|----------------|----------------------------|
| #471   | Glaceon       | Ice Body       | N/A                        |
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Event Pokemon - Japan                                                   [I005]
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- Information coming soon


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/o New Abilities /                                                      [J000]
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Pokemon Black and White introduced a bunch of new abilities, many of them
which are available on Dream World Pokemon.

A listing of the new abilities and the Dream World Pokemon that have them as
a special ability will be written soon.


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/o Miscellaneous Global Link Features /                                 [K000]
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/ Promotions /                                                          [K001]
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So far there haven't been any promotions released outside of Japan.
This section will be updated after information becomes available.


/ E-Z Mail /                                                            [K002]
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This is the private mail system that the Global Link uses. You may send a
message to any of the friends on your Pal Roster that have accessed and
activated their account.

This feature really isn't that cool because you are only allowed to select 
from certain words and phrases. It's a lot like sending mail in the actual 
games, which no one really uses anyway.


/ Customization /                                                       [K003]
-----------------
You can select add-ons to your Black or White game here, which will be updated
whenever you access the Game Sync feature. There are skins to use on your
Pokedex and C-Gear (which is especially helpful since then you won't have to
stare at a plain black screen the entire time!), as well as an additional song
to add to the Pokemon Musical.

The current customization features available to international users are: 
Pokedex skins: Starter Pals
C-Gear skins: none
Pokemon Musical songs: Charming Munna


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/o Frequently Asked Questions / Troubleshooting /                       [L000]
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Coming soon


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/o Tips for making the most out of your Dream World Experience /        [M000]
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Make sure to have a timer with you while exploring Dream World! As you are
only allowed to play for one hour every day, the game will end automatically
once your hour is up. Even if you are in the middle of playing a mini-game,
you will be taken to the exit screen to send your Pokemon back. Make it a
habit to make a wish at the Tree of Dreams before the time is up so you're 
certain to have a Pokemon sent back to your game, since you may only do
this once per day.

-----

If you are just starting out and would like to advance in Dream World as 
fast as possible to gain access to some of the better Pokemon and berries, 
you should focus on obtaining as many Dream Points as possible.

The most efficient way of doing this is simply to play as many mini-games
as possible. When you reach the Tree of Dreams for the first time, do NOT 
make a wish. Instead, click the button on the top-left of the screen to go
back to your house. As long as you have not made a wish for the day, you are
allowed to go to the Dream Island as many times as you wish. Every time you
reach the Dream Tree, repeat this process. Play every single mini-game as it
comes up, but do note that after you have befriended a certain amount of 
Pokemon, they will not show up anymore and the Dream Island will be empty.

Another method of racking up Dream Points is to water berries for others. 
This is not as easy as it seems! Since the majority of the people you see 
are just starting out at the time of writing the FAQ, they will likely have
very few berries planted, and it is even less likely to find someone who
has soil that actually needs watering.

Your best bet is to seek out the Japanese players. Most of them have been
playing for quite a while now, so you will often see four rows of land in 
their gardens, with plenty of room for berries - hopefully ones that need
some water. You can water up to 20 times per day, making a total of 200
points possible from using this method. Usually you will not have enough
time to accomplish this in addition to doing all the mini-games though. But
if you ever get bored of playing the same four mini-games over and over 
again, this is an alternative.

-----

While planting your own berries, note that different types of berries will
take a different amount of time to grow. The most common berries, such as
the Oran, Pecha, and Cheri berries, will usually grow and be ripe for
picking in a day. Other berries, such as the super-effective type berries, 
may take as long as three to five days to grow. The growing times are similar
to the ones found in previous games.


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/o Credits and Contact Information /                                    [N000]
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This guide is copyright by hanako21 on GameFAQs. I currently do not have an 
email account that I check daily besides my work email, so for now the only
method of contacting me is through the GameFAQs PM system. Meanwhile, I'll
try to work on the email part.

If there's any information I'm missing, or if you find an error, please don't
hesitate to notify me so I can fix the problem in a future version.

Also, feel free to submit a question for the FAQ section of the guide. I will
try to answer and add the question if I feel like it is a good contribution.

A special thanks goes out to serebii.net for general Dream World information
and lists; to the GameFAQs message boards for providing me with questions
(and answers!) for the FAQ section; to Nintendo for making such an amazing
game; and to YOU for reading this guide!


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