Dream Radar Coverage [UPDATE *30]


The Dream Radar has been released onto the Japanese E-Shop and our coverage has begun!

Be sure to check out our Dream Radar page here where we are currently compiling the information we find.

Discoveries:

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  • Clouds regenerate by themselves with time – about 1 cloud every 5 minutes.
  • You can spend up to 5 game coins three times a day to gain more clouds, the number of clouds you earn depends on the level of your Search Scope, at level 1 you receive 10 clouds, at level 2, 15, and this level also dictates the maximum number of clouds you can have at once
  • Hitting clouds when they are large causes more dream balls to appear
  • When you transfer the Pokémon from BW2 they seem to range from LV 5 to LV 40 depending on how many Gym Badges you have obtained (raising in increments of 5)
  • Genders are not predetermined
  • Pokémon can be found holding items
  • The Support Goods consist of: a Draw-in Filter (a small vortex that sucks in Pokémon making them easier to catch), a Tangle Filter (which slows down Pokémon) and a Spare Energy (which restores your energy when trying to catch a Pokémon)
  • You can store up to 6 caught pokemon and 6 different types of items at a time (items stack), if you catch any more, you have to swap
  • Despite being a 3DS game, the game only plays in 2D
  • Catching Tornadus creates a third line at the bottom of the storage box
  • Even after the Therian formes are caught there is still a large space to the left of them. Either  a bad design decision or there is room for more, different legendaries to be caught. Up to three.
  • After you catch all three of the Kami Trio you unlock simulator levels. These let you play against them again, though you can’t catch them.
  • You also gain access to your records: Grand total dream balls, Number of dream clouds discovered, Number of Pokémon/Items found etc. 
  • The total amount of Dream Balls unlock new Pokémon for capture. *

Parts (Levels):

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  • Normal Parts Level – This level costs no dream balls to play
  • Rescue Parts Level – This level, which seems to be first unlocked by having 100 dream balls in your possession, costs 100 dream balls each time to play (Note: Levels are called Parts. This is somewhat confusing but bear with us)
  • Salvage Parts Level – This level costs 100 dream balls and the chances of coming across a Pokémon with a held item is more likely.
  • Miracle Parts Level – This level costs no dream balls to play. It has only black clouds and it appears the only thing you can find here is Tornadus. The level disappears after catching him.
  • Miracle Parts β Level – This level costs no dream balls to play. It has only black clouds and it appears the only thing you can find here is Thundurus. The level disappears after catching him.
  • Miracle Parts γ Level – This level costs no dream balls to play. It has only black clouds and it appears the only thing you can find here is Landorus. The level disappears after catching him.

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Obtainable Pokémon: (Upd:28)

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  • Porygon (after approx 3000+ Dream Balls)
  • Ralts 
  • Drifloon
  • Swablu 
  • Riolu 
  • Sigilyph 
  • Shuckle 
  • Igglybuff
  • Bronzor
  • Staryu
  • Togepi
  • Spiritomb (after approx 3000+ Dream Balls)
  • Rotom
  • Smoochum
  • Shuckle

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Obtainable Items: (UPD 29)

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  • Revive & Max Revive 
  • Leppa Berry
  • Green, Red, Yellow and Blue Shards
  • PP Up
  • Sun Stone, Leaf StoneThunder Stone, Water Stone, Fire Stone and Moon Stone
  • Rare Candy 
  • Sacred Ash

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Check back often for more updates.

/Kryzz, Kriffix, Ozy, and pokejungle


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