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Old December 9th, 2012, 07:17 AM
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Here, we can talk about the Medal System. If you like it, if you don't, even if you need help to get a specific medal, or you just want to post how many medals you have, this is the place to do so.

IMHO, I really like this thing, much, much similar to Achievements in Xbox360 or Trophies in Playstation 3.

Right now, I have 126 medals, and I'm capturing lots of Patrats to achieve the capture of 50 Pokèmon in a single day.
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Old December 9th, 2012, 07:32 AM
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I like the medal system it adds more to do in the game and friendly competion between friends. I don't go out of my way to get a medal except for the specific team combo in beating the elite four those im trying to get.
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Old December 9th, 2012, 07:41 PM
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I like the medal system, I am an achievement/trophy hunter. Sadly my first "hard" medal will probably be hatching Max number of eggs (100?) and I probably still won't be happy with my newly hatched Pokemon...
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Old December 9th, 2012, 07:53 PM
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I liked it, but I didn't really focus on it as much as I thought I would before I played the game. It did add something fresh to the gameplay but nothing too significant, personally.
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Old December 9th, 2012, 08:28 PM
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I really like the Medal System! I only have 89 right now but I'm trying to train a bunch of Pokemon to do the monotype team challenges. I've been training in the Treehollow place so I'm hitting two birds with one stone cx
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Old December 10th, 2012, 12:40 AM
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I agree that it has a slight feel to it like Achievements or Trophies- little goals to work towards that don't impact the game overall. That being said, I do enjoy the medal system, even though I'm still very early into the game. I probably won't go out of my way to get them until after I've finished the main story- but it'll give me that extra incentive to keep playing, which I like.
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Old December 10th, 2012, 06:51 AM
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I really like the Medal System! I only have 89 right now but I'm trying to train a bunch of Pokemon to do the monotype team challenges. I've been training in the Treehollow place so I'm hitting two birds with one stone cx
That explains why I'm not seeing any birds lately...

*ahem* I'm not sure I'm a huge fan of it. It's kinda cool in that you get rewarded for doing things, it's kind of like an achievement unlocker. However, it's also a distraction from the main game. Every time I see him at the PC, I just have to know what he's there about.

NEway, here's a full listing of some medals for completeness.

Spoiler:
SPECIAL MEDALS
001 - First Step - A Medal give to all Medal Rally participants at the beginning. A symbol of a Trainer's Potential.
002 - Participation Prize - A Medal for Medal Rally participants who achieved certain results and reached a goal.
003 - Rookie Medalist - A Medal commemorating the advance to the Rookie Rank as the result of constant efforts in the Medal Rally.
004 - Elite Medalist - A Medal commemorating the advance to the Elite Rank as the result of constant efforts in the Medal Rally.
005 - Master Medalist - A Medal commemorating the advance to the Master Rank as the result of constant efforts in the Medal Rally.
006 - Legend Medalist - A Medal commemorating the advance to the Legend Rank as the result of constant efforts in the Medal Rally.
007 - Top Medalist - An honorable Medal for those who collected all the Medals.

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ADVENTURE MEDALS
008 - Light Walker - A Medal to praise light walkers who took 5,000 steps on the land of Unova.
009 - Middle Walker - A Medal to praise middle walkers who took 10,000 steps on the land of Unova.
010 - Heavy Walker - A Medal to praise heavy walkers who took 20,000 steps on the land of Unova.
011 - Honored Footprints - A Medal to praise ultimate walkers who took 100,000 steps on the land of Unova.
012 - Step-by-Step Saver - A Medal to recognize a newly started journey that has been recorded 10 times.
013 - Busy Saver - A Medal to recognize an energetic journey that has been recorded 20 times.
014 - Experienced - A Medal to recognize a smooth journey that has been recorded 50 times.
015 - Wonder Writer - A Medal to recognize an astonishing journey that has been recorded 100 times.
016 - Pokemon Center Fan - A Medal given to kind Trainers who let their Pokemon rest at Pokemon Centers many times.
017 - Signboard Starter - A Medal for those who are very keen to collect information and checked five Trainer Tips signs.
018 - Signboard Savvy - A Medal for those who have master the art of collecting information and checked 15 Trainer Tips signs.
019 - Graffiti Gazer - A Medal to recognize the keen observation of Trainers who even noticed graffiti behind signs.
020 - Starter Cycling - A Medal given to beginning cyclists who rode a Bicycle for the first time.
021 - Easy Cycling - A Medal given to casual cyclists who have ridden a Bicycle 30 times.
022 - Hard Cycling - A Medal given to outstanding cyclists who have ridden a Bicycle 100 times.
023 - Pedaling Legend - A Medal given to earthshaking cyclists who have ridden a Bicycle 500 times.
024 - Old Rod Fisherman - A Medal given to beginning fishers who caught a Pokemon for the first time.
025 - Good Rod Fisherman - A Medal given to leisure fishers who caught 10 Pokemon.
026 - Super Rod Fisherman - A Medal given to very experienced fishers who caught 50 Pokemon.
027 - Mighty Fisher - A Medal given to legendary fishers who caught 100 Pokemon.
028 - Normal-type Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Normal-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
029 - Fire-type Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Fire-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
030 - Water-type Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Water-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
031 - ElectricCollector - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Electric-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
032 - Grass-type Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Grass-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
033 - Ice-type Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Ice-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
034 - Fighting-type Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Fighting-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
035 - Poison-type Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Poison-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
036 - Ground-type Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Ground-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
037 - Flying-type Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Flying-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
038 - Psychic-type Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Psychic-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
039 - Bug-type Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Bug-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
040 - Rock-type Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Rock-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
041 - Ghost-type Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Ghost-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
042 - Dragon-type Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Dragon-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
043 - Dark-type Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Dark-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
044 - Steel-type Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of catching all the Steel-type Pokemon in the Unova Pokedex.
045 - Unova Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of receiving the award from the Game Director for completing the Unova Pokedex.
046 - National Catcher - A Medal in commemoration of receiving the award from the Game Director for completing the National Pokedex.
047 - 30 Boxed - A Medal given to novice Trainers who have deposited 30 Pokemon in their PC Boxes.
048 - 120 Boxed - A Medal given to skilled Trainers who have deposited 120 Pokemon in their PC Boxes.
049 - 360 Boxed - A Medal given to highly skilled Trainers who have deposited 360 Pokemon in their PC Boxes.
050 - Boxes Max - A Medal given to Trainers of high caliber who have caught enough Pokemon to fill all their PC Boxes.
051 - Capturing Spree - A Medal for those who caught 50 Pokemon in a day.
052 - Vending Virtuoso - A Medal for thirsty Trainers who bought 10 or more drinks at vending machines.
053 - Lucky Drink - A Medal for lucky people who got a bonus at a vending machine.
054 - Evolution Hopeful - A Medal for promising Trainers who evolved a Pokemon for the first time.
055 - Evolution Tech - A Medal for skilled Trainers who evolved Pokemon 10 times and are recognised by even PKMN Breeders.
056 - Evolution Expert - A Medal for great Trainers who evolved Pokemon 50 times, which surprises even the Day-Care Man.
057 - Evolution Authority - A Medal for exceptional Trainers who evolved Pokemon 100 times, which astounds even Pokemon Professors.
058 - Ace Pilot - A Medal for those who flew all over the Unova sky using Fly.
059 - Hustle Muscle - A Medal to praise the strength of Trainers who moved many boulders out of their way.
060 - Trash Master - A Medal for curiosity seekers who checked trash cans even though they knew they were empty.
061 - Dowsing Beginner - A Medal to praise sharp-eyed Trainers who found a hidden item for the first time.
062 - Dowsing Specialist - A Medal to praise sharp-eyed Trainers who found 10 hidden items.
063 - Dosing Collector - A Medal to praise sharp-eyed Trainers who found 50 hidden items.
064 - Dowsing Wizard - A Medal to praise peerlessly sharp-eyed Trainers who found 150 hidden items.
065 - Naming Champ - A Medal given to those who gave many nicknames to Pokemon.
066 - Television Kid - A Medal given to today's children who get absorbed in television and can't help watching it.
067 - Regular Customer - A Medal for Trainers who kept going to various shops and became regular customers.
068 - Moderate Customer - A Medal for rich people who spent $10,000 at various shops.
069 - Great Customer - A Medal for rich people who spent $100,000 at various shops.
070 - Indulgent Customer - A Medal for rich people who spent $1,000,000 at various shops.
071 - Super Rich - A Medal for super-rich people who spent $10,000,000 at various shops.
072 - Smart Shopper - A Medal for thrifty shoppers who made bulk purchases and got bonus Premier Balls
073 - Sweet Home - A Medal for those who love their hometown and went home to rest and revisit old memories.
074 - The First Passerby - A Medal commemorating a small encounter and farewell with the first passerby.
075 - 30 Passerby - A Medal commemorating busy encounters and farewells with 30 passerby.
076 - 100 Passerby - A Medal commemorating turbulent encounters and farewells with 100 passerby.
077 - Heavy Traffic - A Medal commemorating the extraordinary human dramas of 1,000 passerby.
078 - Pass Power+ - A Medal to recognize a new current of power in using a Pass Power for the first time.
079 - Pass Power++ - A Medal to recognize a strong current of power in using 10 Pass Powers.
080 - Pass Power+++ - A Medal to recognize a fierce current of power in using 50 Pass Powers.
081 - Pass Power MAX - A Medal to recognize an ultimate current of power in using 100 Pass Powers.
082 - Dozing Capture - A Medal for daydreamers who caught a Pokemon for the first time in the Entree Forest.
083 - Sleeping Capture - A Medal for daydreamers who caught 10 Pokemon in the Entree Forest.
084 - Deep Sleep Capture - A Medal for daydreamers who caught 50 Pokemon in the Entree Forest.
085 - Sweet Dreamer - A dreamy Medal for those who caught 100 Pokemon in the Entree Forest.
086 - Hidden Grotto Adept - A Medal to praise the wild nature of people who found all the Hidden Grottoes.
087 - Egg Beginner - A Medal to prove the fresh parental instincts of people who hatched a Pokemon Egg for the first time.
088 - Egg Breeder - A Medal to prove the decent parental instincts of people who hatched 10 Pokemon Eggs.
089 - Egg Elite - A Medal to prove the outstanding parental instincts of people who hatched 50 Pokemon Eggs.
090 - Hatching Aficionado - A Medal to prove the endless parental instincts of people who hatched 100 Pokemon Eggs.
091 - Day-Care Faithful - A Medal for those who love to raise Pokemon and left many Pokemon at the Pokemon Day Care.
092 - Archeology Lover - A Medal to prove the power of science that restored Pokemon from Fossils and bought them to the present time.
093 - Pure Youth - A Medal for those how befriended a Pokemon of the Trainer who was recognized by the legendary Pokemon.
094 - Lucky Color - A Medal to praise the luck of people who have befriended a Shiny Pokemon.
095 - Pokerus Discoverer - A Medal given to Trainers whose Pokemon were infected with the mysterious Pokerus.
096 - Castelia Boss - A Medal for those who became the leader of the pack in Castelia City.
097 - Rail Enthusiast - A Medal for all rail enthusiasts who heard information on all the trains in Anville Town.
098 - Wailord Watcher - A Medal for those who had the rare sight of a Wailord swimming past the Marine Tube.
099 - Face Board Memorial - A Medal for those who took a commemorative photo at the face board in Humilau City.
100 - Heavy Machinery Pro - A Medal for mavens who know everything about construction trucks.
101 - Ruins Raider - A Medal given to explorers who have reached the deepest part of the Abyssal Ruins.
102 - Diamond Dust - A Medal given to those people who have seen the rare diamond dust.
103 - Bridge Enthusiast - A Medal for bridge enthusiasts who visited all the bridges in the Unova region.
104 - Around Unova - A Medal given to great travelers who have visited every city and town in the Unova region.
105 - Great Adventurer - A Medal to reward people who collected all the Adventure Medals.

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BATTLE MEDALS
106 - Battle Learner - A Medal for courageous young Trainers who went through 100 battles.
107 - Battle Teacher - A Medal for ferociously courageous Trainers who went through 200 battles.
108 - Battle Veteran - A Medal for tremendously courageous Trainers who went through 400 battles.
109 - Battle Virtuoso - A Medal for peerlessly courageous Trainers who went through 2,000 battles.
110 - Link Battle Amateur - A Medal to praise the fresh competitive spirit of Trainers who had a Link Battle for the first time.
111 - Link Battle Pioneer - A Medal to praise the advanced competitive spirit of Trainers who had 10 Link Battles.
112 - Link Battle Expert - A Medal to praise the sophisticated competitive spirit of Trainers who had 50 Link Battles.
113 - Born To Battle - A Medal to praise the impressive competitive spirit of Trainers who had 100 Link Battles.
114 - Magikarp Award - A Medal to praise the guts of Trainers who kept using Splash no matter what.
115 - Never Give Up - A Medal for those who don't know when to quit even when there's nothing they can do.
116 - Noneffective Artist - A consolation Medal for Trainers who made the cute mistake of using noneffective moves.
117 - Supereffective Savant - A Medal for Trainers who saw through many foes' weak points and battled to their best advantage.
118 - Subway Low Gear - A Medal for gearing-up challengers who tried the Battle Subway for the first time.
119 - Subway Accelerator - A Medal for accelerating challengers who tried the Battle Subway 10 times.
120 - Subway Top Gear - A Medal for top-geared challengers who tried the Battle Subway 50 times.
121 - Runaway Express - A Medal for unstoppable challengers who tried the Battle Subway 100 times.
122 - Single Express - A Medal to praise the toughness of Trainers who beat the Subway Boss in a Single Train in the Battle Subway.
123 - Double Express - A Medal to praise the toughness of Trainers who beat the Subway Boss in a Double Train in the Battle Subway.
124 - Multi Express - A Medal to praise the toughness of Trainers who beat the Subway Boss in a Multi Train in the Battle Subway.
125 - Test Novice - A Medal for promising novice challengers who took the first Battle Test.
126 - Test Fan - A Medal for energized challengers who took 10 Battle Tests.
127 - Test Enthusiast - A Medal for regular challengers who took 30 Battle Tests.
128 - Exam Genius - A Medal for well-known challengers who took 50 Battle Tests.
129 - Exp. Millionaire - A Medal commemorating battles that earned 1,000,000 Exp. Points in a day.
130 - BP Wealthy - A Medal to praise the strength and continuous efforts of those who earned 100BP.
131 - Superb Locator - A Medal to prove the adventurous spirit of people who don't miss rustling grass and dust clouds.
132 - Battle Repeater - A Medal for Trainers who battled with 30 Trainers in Big Stadium and Small Court.
133 - Cruise Connoisseur - A Medal to commemorate 10 cruises on the Royal Unova.
134 - Driftveil Mightiest - A Medal to prove victory in the Driftveil Tournament in the PWT.
135 - Rental Champ - A Medal to prove victory in the Rental Tournament in the PWT.
136 - Mix Champ - A Medal to prove victory in the Mix Tournament in the PWT.
137 - Unova Mightiest - A Medal to prove victory in the Unova Leaders Tournament in the PWT.
138 - Kanto Mightiest - A Medal to prove victory in the Kanto Leaders Tournament in the PWT.
139 - Johto Mightiest - A Medal to prove victory in the Johto Leaders Tournament in the PWT.
140 - Hoenn Mightiest - A Medal to prove victory in the Hoenn Leaders Tournament in the PWT.
141 - Sinnoh Mightiest - A Medal to prove victory in the Sinnoh Leaders Tournament in the PWT.
142 - Mightiest Leader - A Medal to prove victory in the World Leaders Tournament in the PWT.
143 - World's Mightiest - A Medal to prove victory in the Champions Tournament in the PWT.
144 - Rental Master - A Medal to prove victory in the Rental Master Tournament in the PWT.
145 - Mix Master - A Medal to prove victory in the Mix Master Tournament in the PWT.
146 - All Types Champ - A Medal to prove victories in all the Type Expert Tournaments.
147 - Tower Junior - A Medal to modest adventurers who have explored up to Area 5 in the Black Tower.
148 - Tower Master - A Medal for formidable adventurers who have explored up to Area 10 in the Black Tower.
149 - Treehollow Junior - A Medal for modest adventurers who have explored up to Area 5 in the White Treehollow.
150 - Treehollow Master - A Medal for formidable adventurers who have explored up to Area 10 in the White Treehollow.
151 - 20 Victories - A Medal given to slightly strong Trainers who beat 20 Trainers in Unova's Challenge.
152 - 50 Victories - A Medal given to modestly strong Trainers who beat 50 Trainers in Unova's Challenge.
153 - 100 Victories - A Medal given to pretty strong Trainers who beat 100 Trainers in Unova's Challenge.
154 - 1,000 Wins - A Medal given to unbeatable fighters who beat 1,000 Trainers in Unova's Challenge.
155 - Undefeated: Easy - A Medal for Trainers who defeated all Trainers in Area 2, 3, 4, or 5 in Unova's Challenge.
156 - Undefeated: Hard - A Medal for Trainers who defeated all Trainers in Area 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10 in Unova's Challenge.
157 - Pinpoint: Easy - A Medal for Trainers who cleared Area 2, 3, 4, or 5 within four battles in Unova's Challenge.
158 - Pinpoint: Hard - A Medal for Trainers who cleared Area 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10 within six battles in Unova's Challenge.
159 - Quick Clear: Easy - A Medal for Trainers who cleared Area 2, 3, 4, or 5 within 100 steps in Unova's Challenge.
160 - Quick Clear: Hard - A Medal for Trainers who cleared Area 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10 within 1,000 steps in Unova's Challenge.
161 - Battle Guru - A Medal to reward people who collected all the Battle Medals.

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ENTERTAINMENT MEDALS
162 - Beginning Trader - A Medal to commemorate the first trade of Pokemon by Link Trade.
163 - Occasional Trader - A Medal to commemorate the rich experience of trading Pokemon 50 times by Link Trade.
164 - Frequent Trader - A Medal to commemorate the valuable experience of trading Pokemon 50 times by Link Trade.
165 - Great Trade-Up - A Medal to commemorate the extraordinary experience of trading Pokemon 100 times by Link Trade.
166 - Opposite Trader - A Medal for trading Pokemon between two worlds.
167 - Pen Pal - A Medal to honor the nostalgic communication method of writing Mail and having a Pokemon hold it.
168 - Talented Cast Member - A Medal given to Trainers who participated in Musicals many times and became indispensable on stage.
169 - Big Star - A Medal to mark the budding success of those who received a good review for the first time in a Musical.
170 - Rising Star - A Medal to mark the brilliant success of those who received five good reviews in Musicals.
171 - Superstar - A Medal to mark the glorious success of those who received 10 good reviews in Musicals.
172 - Musical Prima Donna - A Medal to mark the celebrated success of those who received 30 good reviews in Musicals.
173 - Musical Star - A Medal to praise the glitz and glamor of those who collected all the Musical Props and became fashion leaders.
174 - 10 Followers - A Medal to praise the unshaken popularity proven by 10 followers in a Musical.
175 - First Friend - A Medal to honor the new friendship formed by trading Friend Codes for the first time.
176 - Broad Friendship - A Medal to honor the lively interaction of trading Friend Codes with five people.
177 - Extensive Friendship - A Medal to honor the active interaction of trading Friend Codes with 10 people.
178 - Global Connection - A Medal to honor the worldwide friendship that filled up a Pal Pad.
179 - Spin Trade Whiz - A Medal to commemorate teh excitement of playing a lot in Spin Trade and exchanging Eggs.
180 - Feeling Master - A Medal for Trainers who keep communication by playing Feeling Check many times.
181 - Ace of Hearts - A Medal given to those who scored 80 points or more in Feeling Check.
182 - Ferris Wheel Fan - A Medal for those who enjoyed all four seasons by meeting various people at the Ferris wheel.
183 - New Guide - A Medal for new guides who guided 10 customers in Join Avenue.
184 - Elite Guide - A Medal for popular guides who guided 20 customers in Join Avenue.
185 - Veteran Guide - A Medal for veteran guides who guided 50 customers in Join Avenue.
186 - Guiding Champ - A Medal for unbeatable guides who guided 100 customers in Join Avenue.
187 - Shop Starter - A Medal for start-up owners who created five shops in Join Avenue.
188 - Shop Builder - A Medal for up-and-coming owners who created 10 shops in Join Avenue.
189 - Shop Constructor - A Medal for charismatic owners who created 20 shops in Join Avenue.
190 - Extreme Developer - A Medal for ultimate owners who created 50 shops in Join Avenue.
191 - OK Souvenir Getter - A Medal for modestly popular people who received 10 souvenirs in Join Avenue.
192 - Good Souvenir Getter - A Medal for rather popular people who received 30 souvenirs in Join Avenue.
193 - Great Souvenir Getter - A Medal for very popular people who have received 50 souvenirs in Join Avenue.
194 - Tycoon of Souvenirs - A Medal for the most popular people who received 100 souvenirs in Join Avenue.
195 - Avenue of Fame - A Medal for those who developed Join Avenue and earned the right to give it an original name.
196 - Minigame Fan - A Medal to praise the emerging playful minds of those who played minigames on the Xtransceiver 10 times.
197 - Minigame Buff - A Medal to praise the modestly playfield playful minds of those who played minigames on the Xtransceiver 30 times.
198 - Minigame Expert - A Medal to praise the substantially playful minds of those who played minigames on the [[Xtransceiver[[ 50 times.
199 - Best Minigamer - A Medal to praise the superbly playful minds of those who played minigames on the Xtransceiver 100 times.
200 - Balloon Rookie - A Medal to celebrate the small achievement of reaching 50 points in a minigame on the Xtransceiver.
201 - Balloon Technician - A Medal to celebrate the great achievement of reaching 200 points in a minigame on the Xtransceiver.
202 - Balloon Expert - A Medal to celebrate the major acheivement of reaching 500 points in a minigame on the Xtransceiver.
203 - Balloon Conqueror - A Medal to celebrate the ultimate achievement of reaching 1,000 points in a minigame on the Xtransceiver.
204 - New Face Hero - A Medal commemorating the release of the debut movie "Brycen-Man" in Pokestar Studios.
205 - Hero Movie Star - A Medal commemorating the release of the full series of "Brycen-Man Strikes Back" in Pokestar Studios.
206 - Cop Movie Master - A Medal commemorating the release of the complete series of "Full Metal Cop" in Pokestar Studios.
207 - UFO Movie Master - A Medal commemorating the release of the full series of "Invaders" in Pokestar Studios.
208 - Monster Movie Master - A Medal commemorating the release of the full series of "Big Monster" in Pokestar Studios.
209 - Sci-Fi Movie Master - A Medal commemorating the release of the full series of "Timegate Traveler" in Pokestar Studios.
210 - Romantic Movie Star - A Medal commemorating the release of the full series of "Love and Battles" in Pokestar Studios.
211 - Fantasy Movie Master - A Medal commemorating the release of the full series of "Mystery Doors at the Magical Land" in Pokestar Studios.
212 - Comedic Movie Star - A Medal commemorating the release of the full series of "The Giant Woman!" in Pokestar Studios.
213 - Horror Movie Star - A Medal commemorating the release of the full series of "Red Fog of Terror" in Pokestar Studios.
214 - Robot Movie Master - A Medal commemorating the release of the full series of "Everlasting Memories" in Pokestar Studios.
215 - Ghost Movie Master - A Medal commemorating the release of the full series of "Ghost Eraser" in Pokestar Studios.
216 - Hero Ending - A Medal commemorating the release of "Brycen-Man Strikes Back Harder" in Pokestar Studios.
217 - Popular Movie Star - A Medal given to movie stars who acted in all the movies in Pokestar Studios.
218 - Blockbuster Star - A Medal for talented movie stars who acted in all movies with good endings in Pokestar Studios.
219 - Masterpiece Star - A Medal for popular movie stars who reached box sales of $100 billion.
220 - First Cult Classic - A Medal honoring geniuses who acted in a strange movie for the first time in Pokestar Studios.
221 - Cult Classic Star - A Medal for cult-classic movie stars who acted in all movies with strange stories in Pokestar Studios.
222 - 10 People Funfest - A Medal commemorating participation in a midsized mission with 10 or more people.
223 - 30 People Funfest - A Medal commemorating participation in a large-sized mission with 30 or more people.
224 - Scored 100 - A Medal to prove participation in an exciting mission that had 100 or more points.
225 - Scored 1,000 - A Medal to prove participation in a very exciting mission that had 1,000 or more points.
226 - Mission Host Lv1 - A Medal to honor modestly independent people who hosted 10 Funfest Missions.
227 - Mission Host Lv 2 - A Medal to honor exceptionally independent people who hosted 50 Funfest Missions.
228 - Participant Lv 1 - A Medal for fledgling active people who participated in a Funfest Mission for the first time.
229 - Participant Lv 2 - A Medal for dazzling active people who participated in 10 Funfest Missions.
230 - Achiever Lv 1 - A Medal for people who have modest executive ability and cleared 30 Funfest Missions.
231 - Achiever Lv 2 - A Medal for people who have astounding executive ability and cleared 100 Funfest Missions.
232 - Funfest Complete - A Medal for people who have peerless executive ability and cleared all the Funfest Missions.
233 - Good Night - A Medal for those who tucked in their Pokemon using Game Sync and let them play in the Pokemon Dream World.
234 - Beginning of Memory - A Medal for those who used Memory Link and saw a link event for the first time.
235 - Memory Master - A Medal for those who used Memory Link and saw all the link events.
236 - Entertainment Master - A Medal to reward people who collected all the Entertainment Medals.

Spoiler:
CHALLENGE MEDALS
237 - Normal-type Champ - A Medal to honor the extraordinary skill of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
238 - Fire-type Champ - A Medal to honor the blazing ambition of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
239 - Water-type Champ - A Medal to honor the flowing style of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
240 - Electric-type Champ - A Medal to honor the electrifying power of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
241 - Grass-type Champ - A Medal to honor the flourishing talent of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
242 - Ice-type Champ - A Medal to honor the coolness of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
243 - Fighting-type Champ - A Medal to honor the sheer power of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
244 - Poison-type Champ - A Medal to honor the intoxicating charm of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
245 - Ground-type Champ - A Medal to honor the grounded nature of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
246 - Flying-type Champ - A Medal to honor the soaring victory of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
247 - Psychic-type Champ - A Medal to honor the mental focus of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
248 - Bug-type Champ - A Medal to honor the enthusiasm of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
249 - Rock-type Champ - A Medal to honor the solid performance of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
250 - Ghost-type Champ - A Medal to honor the spirited skills of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
251 - Dragon-type Champ - A Medal to honor the dynamic nature of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
252 - Dark-type Champ - A Medal to honor the somber attitude of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
253 - Steel-type Champ - A Medal to honor the iron hearts of those who won the Pokemon League with only Normal-type Pokemon.
254 - One and Only - A Medal for the lonely champion who won the Pokemon League with only one Pokemon.
255 - Supreme Challenger - A Medal to reward those who collected all the Challenge Medals.

That's all 255 of them.

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I really don't like this :/ We don't have to do anything, just complete the story line and get them side by side. Nothing so special :/
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I really like the idea of this, and I love the way that it makes you know that you haven't done EVERYTHING yet, meaning there are some goals after you complete the main story that you haven't actually found yet. I consider it more of a checklist
Yeah, I'm not a massive fan of the hint coins, and I think they are occasionally a bit vague, but there are some parts which make me realize that I've got more to do.
I only have 58... which means I've got a LOT of stuff I can do
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I really don't like this :/ We don't have to do anything, just complete the story line and get them side by side. Nothing so special :/
Not necessarily. I'll see if I can add more to the post above without breaking the character limit. I've added the rest of the medals to the post above. There are many PokéStar Studios ones as well as Battle Subway, PWT, Musical, and even special medals for completing the Elite Four with one single type of Pokémon (i.e. all Rock type, all Poison type, etc.; in total, one for each type, one for using only one Pokémon, and a bonus for getting all 17 18 of them for 18 19 in that category).

Are there any medals on the above list that you need help with? Or do you just find the inclusion of a certain medal interesting and wish to point it out? Post!

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Old December 10th, 2012, 11:05 AM
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I actually like this system. While some of the medals aren't that easy to get, the medal hunt is a fun little sidequest to do, IMO.
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Old December 10th, 2012, 12:49 PM
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I have over 80 now, and I'd imagine it will be extremely difficult to 100% complete
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I'm a sucker for achievements of any kind, so I love the introduction of the medals! I still have yet to complete the main game due to lack of free time over the past couple months, but I'm aiming on getting them all eventually.
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Old December 10th, 2012, 05:15 PM
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I like the system, but I will probably never do them all. The main ones I want are the ones that you have to defeat the Elite 4 with 1 type of pokemon and beat the elite 4 with a single pokemon. It gives us a lot of things to do after the main game. I am just glad we don't have to collect them all for trainer card which I thought we had to at first.
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Some of them are kind of ridiculous (1 million EXP in one day? No thanks) but overall I like the system a lot! It adds a lot of extra content to the game and gives me a reason to keep playing after completing story mode.
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Some of them are kind of ridiculous (1 million EXP in one day? No thanks) but overall I like the system a lot! It adds a lot of extra content to the game and gives me a reason to keep playing after completing story mode.
That's easy once you've reached high-level Audinos. A Lv.47-50 one drops a LOT of experience, and if you have a baby Lv.1 holding a Lucky Egg leading the charge, it's not uncommon for a number over 10,000 to appear, even 15,000. Get 20 babies in there, times just 10,000, and there's 200,000 already. Meanwhile the minimal experience your main fighter is getting helps.

You can also purposefully get several Pokémon from baby to Lv.50 this way. Many have 150,000 experience by this point. Multiply that by 7, not even thinking about the main fighter, and bingo.

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Old December 11th, 2012, 11:34 AM
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I have 202 currently, but I think it'll be impossible to get all of them because there is no way I could connect to enough people. I like the idea though, it give you more goals.
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I also have 202 medals and I also feel that it's impossible to get the one that makes you connect to 1000 people with the C-gear, but there is a trick to this and it requires both DS's to be shut down after each time you connect and this is way too much time consuming. I also feel I will never get the Anville train medal thing because there are supposedly 11 trains, but I only hear the descriptions of only 10 trains. The two medals that I am working on are the beat 1000 trainers in the black tower and beat the PWT with every type. In general, I like the medal system; it gives me more to do in the game and it reminds me of xbox achievements :D


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I don't mind it. I don't really like it and I haven't really been chasing medals yet, but I don't love it either. And it could well be something that I get into once the rest of the story is done with.
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I love the medal system. I like achieving things and this gives us something to do in the game when we don't know what else to do. For me it's going to be really unlikely to earn all the medals because of the one were we have to score 1000 points in a funfest mission and the one where we have to participate in a mission with 30 people. I live in a small country, I don't know anyone nearby who plays pokémon so... yeah. Unless I go to Japan, and even then I have my doubts if I would find 30 people to play a funfest mission with.

I'm almost at 200 medals
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The Medal system... oh right. I tried it out on my first save for White2. Figured it was nice and proceded to just play and talk to the guy at times.
I haven't really looked up any specifics for the medals, but on my current save I've yet to talk to the guy in PokeCenter and I've already finished beating the tower in White Forest. >8D
Guess I'm just waiting for the New Years to see how many medals I can hoard up all at once.
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Personally I like it- gives a much-needed sense of direction in normally haphazard post-game Pokemon. I mean, in the original B/W, half the Unova region is left unexplored when you defeat Ghetsis, trainers with Pokemon 20+ levels higher than yours pop up, routes that, unless you read the walkthroughs are a pain to navigate, etc, etc. In short, you don't know what to do. Medals grant you certain (sometimes impossible) goals to work for, reset a few times in ragequit, and hopefully reach. They also give a sense of achievement, especially in the meaningless pursuit of Catching them All (which I am still working at) or the not so meaningless one of finding a Shiny (which I have actually succeeded in! Shiny Sandile on route 4 !).
The only annoying thing is that I keep imagining an 'Achievement Unlocked' banner materializing on the bottom of the screen when I receive a medal... too much console gaming, perhaps?
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I actually found a Shiny Audino yesterday. What a great time to land a crit. I had a feeling there'd be some medal attached to it, and I guess you only get it when capturing the Shiny?

For the first time ever I might use AR to generate a Shiny encounter to make up for it. I normally don't as I dislike this being doable, but when the game insists on knocking them out for you, I believe in second chances.

(NOTE: This is NOT the Lv.100 Shiny Audino I got in trade.)

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I kind of like the idea, although some of the challenges (eg. one million EXP in one day) are just insane.
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Last I checked I have 51. I'm not actively seeking out each medal but for now I'd rather get competitively viable mons through Hidden Hollows before doing this to a great extent. ;(
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