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Enhancements (Japanese: ) are a type of item in Pokémon Duel. They are types of figures that cannot be used in Duels and are instead only used to gain in-game resources and as fusion materials. Contents 1 Rare Metal 1.1 Gallery 2 Cube 2.1 Gallery 3 Ingot 3.1 Gallery 4 Carmonite Rare Metal Rare Metals (Japanese: レアメタル Rare Metal) are used to grant large sums of experience points to figures. This can be used to bring them up to level 5. The higher the rarity of the Rare Metal, the more experience points it will grant. All rarities can be sold in the Shop for one Coin. Rare Metals were added to the game in version 1.2.0 and the UX rarity was added in version 5.0.0. Rarity Exp 500 1,000 4,500 10,500 51,000 Gallery Rare Metal [C] Rare Metal [UC] Rare Metal [R] Rare Metal [EX] Rare Metal [UX] Cube Cubes (Japanese: キューブ Cube) are used to grant Chain Points to enhance a figure's Chain Level, otherwise available only by fusing variants of a figure together. Cubes can only be used on figures of the same rarity. All rarities can be sold in the Shop for one Coin. Cubes were added to the game in version 1.2.1 and the UX rarity was added in version 5.0.0. FigureRarity CubeRarity Cube [C] Cube [UC] Cube [R] Cube [EX] Cube [UX] Ingot Ingots (Japanese: インゴット Ingot) are intended to be sold directly to the Exchange Coins section of the Shop. The higher the rarity of the Ingot, the higher value for which it can be sold. If used for fusion, all rarities give only one EXP. Ingots were added to the game in version 1.2.0 and the UX rarity was added in version 5.0.0. Coins 1,800 3,500 15,000 35,000 180,000 Ingot [C] Ingot [UC] Ingot [R] Ingot [EX] Ingot [UX] Carmonite Carmonite Carmonite (Japanese: カルモナイト Carmonite) can only be used on Figures that are at least Level 5. Using Carmonite allows these figures to increase their level up to Level 10. Each additional Level gained in this way allows for a wheel piece to be increased by 1 while another wheel piece (that is greater than 4) is decreased by 1. The greater the rarity of the Figure, the greater the amount of Carmonite needed to level up. Carmonite can also be sold in the Shop for 50 Coins. Carmonite was added to the game in version 4.0.0. CarmoniteRequired 10 20 50 100 150 Pokémon Duel Game modesRank Match • Quest Mode • League Match • Room Match EventsQueen's Cup • Gym Cup • Team Match • Tournament • Dev Showdown • Others MechanicsFigures • Plates • Booster • Salon • Shop • Login BonusEnhancement • Mission • Time Booster • Trophy • Monthly Point Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Enhancement_(Duel) ← Armaldo (3) Mightyena (5) → Charmander ヒトカゲ Hitokage Evolution stage 1 Figure name Charmander Move Points Type Fire Unknown Version 3.0.0 ID 4 Price 450 Shiny variant Shiny Charmander For more information on the Pokémon this figure depicts, see Charmander. Charmander (Japanese: ヒトカゲ Hitokage) is a figure in Pokémon Duel. It was made available in version 3.0.0. 1 Abilities 2 Attack wheel 2.1 Version 6.2.9 2.2 Version 3.0.0-6.2.8 3 Trivia 3.1 Origin Abilities None Attack wheel Version 6.2.9  Inferno Overdrive ダイナミックフルフレイム 96 pt. 80 The battle opponent and the Pokémon in a straight line directly behind it become burned. Flame Tail ほのおのしっぽ 24 pt. 40 Smokescreen えんまく 28 pt. ★ The battle opponent now has Wait. Scratch ひっかく 32 pt. Miss ミス 12 pt. Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased. Version 3.0.0-6.2.8 Trivia Origin This figure is based on Unnamed Third Set Charmander. Flame Tail first appeared on the Base Set Ponyta TCG card. Scratch and Smokescreen are both moves in the Pokémon games that Charmander can learn. Inferno Overdrive is a Z-Move in the games that Charmander can use by equipping Firium Z. This article is part of both Project Sidegames and Project TFG, Bulbapedia projects that, together, aim to write comprehensive articles on the Pokémon Sidegames and TFG, respectively. Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Charmander_(Duel_4) ← Gabite (77) Hawlucha (79) Dedenne デデンネ Dedenne Dedenne Types Electric Fairy 78 250 Shiny Dedenne For more information on the Pokémon this figure depicts, see Dedenne. Dedenne (Japanese: デデンネ Dedenne) is a figure in Pokémon Duel. It was made available in version 3.0.0. 2.1 Version 7.0.0 2.2 Version 3.0.0-6.2.11 Version 7.0.0  Gigavolt Havoc スパーキングギガボルト 60 The battle opponent and a succession of Pokémon adjacent to the battle opponent (other than this Pokémon) become paralyzed.  Twinkle Tackle ラブリースターインパクト ★★★★ Moves the battle opponent to the bench. Nuzzle* ほっぺすりすり※ * If this Pokémon is knocked out, the battle opponent becomes paralyzed. Tackle たいあたり 30 Dodge かわす 20 pt. 4 pt. Version 3.0.0-6.2.11 Nuzzle and Tackle are both moves in the Pokémon games that Dedenne can learn. Gigavolt Havoc and Twinkle Tackle are Z-Moves in the games that Dedenne can use by equipping Electrium Z and Fairium Z respectively. Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Dedenne_(Duel_78) ← Mareep (71) Scyther (73) Exeggcute タマタマ Tamatama Exeggcute Grass 72 Shiny Exeggcute For more information on the Pokémon this figure depicts, see Exeggcute. Exeggcute (Japanese: タマタマ Tamatama) is a figure in Pokémon Duel. It was made available in version 3.0.0.  Bloom Doom ブルームシャインエクストラ 180 Removes all special conditions from your Pokémon. Barrage たまなげ 90 16 pt. 70 This figure is based on Unnamed Third Set Exeggcute. Barrage is a move in the Pokémon games that Exeggcute can learn. Bloom Doom is a Z-Move in the games that Exeggcute can use by equipping Grassium Z. Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Exeggcute_(Duel_72) First. Ooh, and I just noticed the extended navbar there. Nice. -- Jïörüjï Ðērākō.>.cнаt^ 22:07, 9 December 2008 (UTC) THIS Is going to be the default. No fancy colors, nothing. It will be [[http://imageshack.us/photos/included|included]] in the coding for the Main Page base template when the Bulbanniversary Special is over. In like, a month. So yeah. TTEchidna 07:34, 10 December 2008 (UTC) You saying this isn't fancy? It's a darned sight better than the old one! Well done TTE, it has my full approval (I love the appropriate-ness of the sprites too!). One thought however... could the Bulbasaurs at the bottom face different directions? It might make it look a bit neater, and shouldn't be too hard to pull off. — THE TROM — 07:39, 10 December 2008 (UTC) If someone made a mirror-image sprite. In reality I'd like the two Bulbasaur to be a DPPt anipng sprite. TTEchidna 20:24, baixar games pc gratis completo ([[https://www.indiedb.com/games/monstermmorpg|لعبة go monstermmorpg]]) 10 December 2008 (UTC) this looks awfully familliar... -- MAGNEDETH 03:00, 11 December 2008 (UTC) Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Template_talk:Main_Page/Default Missions (Japanese: ミッション Mission) are a feature in Pokémon Duel. By completing certain tasks, players are able to earn Rewards. 1 Beginner Missions 1.1 Introduced in version 6.2.0 1.2 Introduced in version 6.2.11 2 Daily Missions 2.1 Missions 2.2 Rewards 2.2.1 Limited-time Rewards 2.3 Special Missions 2.4 Special Wheel 2.4.1 Version 7.0.0 2.4.2 Version 1.2.1–6.2.11 2.4.3 Version 1.2.0 Beginner Missions Beginner Missions (Japanese: 初心者ミッション Beginner Mission) offer rewards to encourage new players to learn about the game's mechanics. Introduced in version 6.2.0 Mission Reward Clear one Training Center Duel Carmonite ×50 Edit your Deck Rare Metal Power up with Fusion Ingot Open a Time Booster Get a Log-In Bonus ×1 Vibrava Get a Log-In Bonus ×2 Flygon Get a Log-In Bonus ×3 Lycanroc Get a Log-In Bonus ×4 Get a Log-In Bonus ×5 Win a League Match ×1 Stufful Win a League Match ×2 Rowlet Win a League Match ×3 Dartrix Reach the Leader League Rotom Introduced in version 6.2.11 Set Up Your Secret Questions Cube ×9 Daily Missions At the beginning of every day (9:00 UTC), players receive three Daily Missions (Japanese: デイリーミッション Daily Mission) with each coming from a selection reserved for that slot. After accomplishing each mission, a random Reward can be claimed by returning to the Mission list. After completing ten Daily Missions, a Special Mission (Japanese: スペシャルミッション Special Mission) is revealed. Completing this always grants players a reward from the Special Wheel (Japanese: スペシャルルーレット Special Roulette). Missions Play 1 League Match Play 2 League Match(es) Win 1 League Match(es) Clear 1 quest(s). Win 1 duel(s) without using AI in a quest. Play 1 Room Match Win 1 Room Matches Use 1 Material In Fusion Use 2 Material In Fusion Win 2 League Matches Watch A Featured Duel 1 Time Watch A Featured Duel 2 Time Rewards Gems ×10 Gems ×20 Gems ×25 AI Ticket ×10 Coins ×3000 Special Wheel Limited-time Rewards Availability July 22 to 29, 2016 Special Missions Possible missions Play 4 League Matches Win 3 League Matches Clear 4 quest(s). Win 4 duel(s) without using AI in a quest. Win 2 League Matches In A Row Special Wheel Gems ×30 Ingot [UC] ×4 Gems ×70 Version 1.2.1–6.2.11 Booster Ticket Version 1.2.0 Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Mission_(Duel) Gen V Starters Grass: Firstly is Seetten, (Kitten and Seed) which at 16 becomes Fyowler, slightly bigger and leaf claws and finally Dandlyon, a flower Lion. Fire: First is Bwerm (Burn and worm) followed by Sninjk (Singe and Snake) Finally, Explasnaik. It's final form is also Fire/Poison. Water: First, Amphikick is a frog Pokemon, it evolves into Frashk, a Fighting/Water type. And lastly, so gastly: Botoad a steel/water pokemon which can switch steel into fighting with the one of three items you get from beating 6 gyms. (More below) If you beat 6 Gyms You get an item depending on which Starter you chose. If Seetten, you get the Pollen bomb, which allows it to grow types of berry on it. If Bwerm, you get the coal lump, which randomly boost one stat on it each battle. And finally, if Amphikick, you get the water blaster, you can change between its 3 types: Water, fighting and steel. You can also give one of the items to boost Grass, fire and water type moves respectively. (If you want, you can choose not to get the item and get TM 78, Speed missile.) Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/User:Strong_Intelligent/GenV

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