It contains the same 's information found in Trainer Cards from previous games. A dull Badge will play a lower note than it would if it were sparkling. From now on comments that only have descriptions of your character or the like will be hidden. Gallery This section is incomplete. This pass holds the Trainer Card, as well as a small map of the Battle Frontier and the player's records with the Frontier. In , and , a Badge case was added where Trainers could polish their Badges using the stylus and by touching the Badges they would play a musical note in a C major scale.
The Trainer Card changes color depending on the number of stars on the card, and the stars may be obtained in any order. In , a Trainer's could be via the Pokémon Printer within the in and put on the back of the Trainer Card as well for a fee of 50 per photo. The Trainer class can be changed by talking to a man in the or the Pokémon Center. The part of the sprite that's inside the white area of the black rectangle will appear on the trainer card. A Trainer's score offers no specific purpose in the game and appears to be only aesthetic. Event Change is picked +1 Battled against a +2 Battled against a +3 is hatched +7 Pokémon is +10 Pokémon is +20 Flag is obtained in +34 Stickers In Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, the Braggart on hands out Stickers to Trainers who tell him about their achievements. The Stickers are applied to the back of the Trainer Card, in the top-left, and are colored red, blue, yellow, or gray depending on the number of times that the player has made that particular achievement.
Unlike , and , the player is able to sign his or her Trainer Card without having to go to a. You then need to drag it so that it's inside the black rectangle. Trainers keep their pinned on their clothing or keep them in protected cases. Add Pokemon To add Pokemon to your card, type in their names in each of the text boxes below. Generation V In , the Badges are now shown on a separate screen from the Trainer Card. The remainder of the stars usually depend on the game, such as obtaining the platinum flag in in , collecting five in , or obtaining all the in. Utilizing the dual screens of the , the earned Badges are now displayed separately from the Trainer Card.
In , Ash obtained the Frontier Pass, although it was called the Frontierfolio, from the words frontier and portfolio. Frontierfolio in the Trainer Cards do not appear in the anime; Trainers are instead identified via their. . As the Badges gradually grow dull over time due to the lack of shine, the pitch will change depending on the 'cleanliness' of the Badge. Requirement Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Enter the 1 40 100 200 Hatch a 1 100 200 300 Win a Link Battle 1 20 50 100 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Stamps In , these stamps take the place of Badges and Trainer star achievements. It shows basic information such as the Trainer name, the , the player's , the amount of carried, the total gameplay time attained so far, the number of Badges obtained, and the number of Pokémon the player has seen or caught in their. One from within one of the facilities may be recorded and stored on the Frontier Pass, which may be watched or overwritten with another at any time.
Additionally, a Braggart located next to the Poké Mart in hands Trainer Card Stickers to Trainers who have made accomplishments in the games. Once you've typed in a Pokemon's name, its sprite will appear. I hope it lives up to its hype. Upon the player's first entry into Hoenn's Battle Frontier, their Trainer Card will be upgraded into a Frontier Pass by a woman at the entrance. It took over a year to make this game, and I'm done with it.
There are a lot of things that bug me about this, but right now I'm really tired of seeing this thing and I hope I'll never have to have anything to do with it. The bottom half of the card allows the player to draw or sign with added functions such as zoom and erase, or even create a 2-frame animation with two halves of the box. The Frontier Pass shows a player's and , allows players to view a map of the Battle Frontier, view a recorded match saved at a Battle Frontier facility except for the and , or look at the standard Trainer Card. The player is also able to change their Passport portrait at any time. A star is usually awarded when the player completes the first part of the game, usually after defeating the and the or in the case , after defeating. In , and , the Trainer Card and the player's Badges are stored within the player's Trainer Case.
Some Pokemon poses were copied from official artwork. Each has another license, called the. In , the Badges can be polished by the stylus and the picture of the corresponding will light up as the Badges become more shiny. Applications Stars Main article: Trainer stars were introduced in , and are stars placed on the Trainer Card when specific achievements are performed. The back of the card is divided into two sections: the top keeps track of the player's playtime, the first debut and a list of other records which include the number of times the player won, lost or traded with other people, the number of participated, the number of obtained, and the and high scores.
The Trainer Card now has added features to it. The score begins at zero and increases every time a score-altering event occurs. One star is awarded after completing a battle-related achievement, such as obtaining a win-streak in a battle facilities or obtaining all gold Symbols from the in. Whereas previous games also displayed the player's earned Badges and , the Passport records these as on different pages of the Passport instead. Applicants must be 10 years of age or older to obtain these licenses. Score In , the Trainer Card also carries the Trainer's score.