Got a Kangaskhan from the DW she has the ability Inner Focus and knows Leer, Fake Out, Tail Whip, and Counter.
Struck EV berry gold. Obtained Hondew, Kelpsy, and Qualot berries today. Sent home a male Spearow because all the rest were male, too, and I wanted a Pokemon that I wouldn't be too keen on breeding for.
I think the only one I'm missing is Kelpsy.
FC: 4684 8353 4304
I got a female Butterfree after this time, but I was only able to go to the Windswept Sky twice, and the second time was skimming through to get to the Tree of Dreams because time was running out.
I didn't find any EV berries, but I filled the whole garden with berries I already had because I haven't made any advances to upgrade the home or buy furniture yet.
Oak's words echoed... "Player! This isn't the time to use that!"
Platinum: 4812 8510 1948 | SoulSilver: 3996 8822 9936
White: 4298 2572 7641
PGL Nickname: DarkBowser
Wii #: 4411 3334 4226 7777
Has anyone's flash player crashed while playing Dream World? Mine did today. It asked me if I wanted to navigate from the page and I did and for a moment I thought I lost all the pokemon I found, but they where still saved at the tree. Got a female Spearow. Sniper is a pretty cool ability for it.
3DS Friend Code- 2595-1082-4370-
My Friend Safari is Ghost with Pumpkaboo, Lampent, and Golurk
I've come to the conclusion that the Pleasant Forest would be much more enjoyable if you were given a chainsaw.
^^ but WHO would it be pleasant for? :P
When will they do a vote in the US to put the most popular pokemon in Dream world?
Dream World was not that kind to me today
I've now finished my research on the Dream World points, and so here is what I've found:
-Swapping items does not award any Dream Points.
-Harvesting berries does not award any Dream Points.
-Watering someone else's berry plant awards 10 Dream Points each.
-Watering your own berry plants does not award any Dream Points.
-Picking up stray items on Dream Island does not award any Dream Points.
-Completing a minigame successfully always awards 20 Dream Points regardless of final score.
-Failing a minigame does not award any Dream Points.
-Making a wish for a Pokémon and sending it to Entree Forest does not award any Dream Points.
-Simply logging into the Dream World once each day awards 50 Dream Points.
In addition to these findings, the number of Dream Points you have earned in a given session will be reflected by the icon above your Pokémon's head when you mouseover it.
-An ellipsis (...) means you have earned 0-90 Dream Points.
-A smilie (^_^) means you have earned 100-290 Dream Points.
-A music note means you have earned 300-490 Dream Points.
-A heart means you have earned 500+ Dream Points.
At 500+ Dream Points, your Pokémon will gain a level upon being woken up from the Dream World.
Dream Points are always awarded in multiples of 10. Among actions that award Dream Points, there are no actions that award less than 10 Dream Points, and therefore your total score will always be a multiple of 10.
If you fail to make a wish at the Tree of Dreams to take a Pokémon back with you for that session, you will still be allowed to choose from the Pokémon you befriended (as well as any new Pokémon you befriend) on your next trip to the Tree of Dreams.
That concludes my Dream World testing; I'll update the Bulbapedia article shortly. If anyone has any questions, please let me know!
and it's always 20pts? no matter the score? damn i guess i shouldn't try as hard then..
serious? where are all the sites getting their info when they say that these all give you DP's? >:(
Mawile gained a level from the Dream World, I'd just harvested an entire crop of berries.
Also... I suspect I'm covering old ground here, but I was told earlier that your score in the minigames affects what extra moves the befriended Pokémon will have, and from my time in the DW today, I can say that that may indeed be the case.
One thing I'm curious about is gender ratios in the DW. It seems that female Pokémon are much rarer than males in the DW, but I'm wondering if this means that all Pokémon in the DW (with the exception of one-gender species) have the same gender ratio. If not, and this is instead some modifier applied to the existing gender ratio, then it would make finding females of certain species, like the fossils, next to impossible.
On the other hand, it does seem that a female Pokémon will ask for a different minigame than a male of the same species, and this offers some hope of being able to tell what gender the Pokémon is before playing the game. I don't know for sure that this applies in every case, but I have found (for example) that female Ledyba play the Lost Pokémon game, while males play the Ice Cream Scoop.
I just got off the Dream World and I must admit that things didn't start out so well. I only found a few Pokemon like Bellsprout and Surskit in Pleasant Forest and I lost while playing the Wailord game. That's a first. I eventually encountered more Pokemon, but it wasn't until my fifth trip through the Island of Dreams that I got to Windswept Sky. I found a Murkrow, a Pidgey and a Staravia. I decided to keep the Staravia since it was female.