PokéPark Wii Pikachu's Great Adventure Items (ポケパークWii ピカチュウの大冒険 イテム)
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Items List
There are many different items throughout the PokéPark world zones that help Pikachu complete certain tasks that the Pokémon ask him to do. Pikachu can only carry one item at a time and his overall speed is reduced while carrying an item.

Picture Item Name Description Location
Big Berry In the Green Zone, the Big Berry is located in a box beside Munchlax. Give it to him and he becomes friends. In the Cave Zone, The Big Berry is located behind Cubone in a box and is used to feed Snorlax. In Crates
Book After correctly answering Sableye's quiz, it allows you to take the book which can be placed on the bookshelf beside Duskull to reveal a hidden door to Rotom's Pulse Shoot System (ロトムのどきどきシューティング) attraction. Haunted Zone
(ハウスゾーン)
Bottle There are many bottles located around the cabinet. Placing them in the cabinet will cause beach furniture to appear as well as unlock Pokémon. Beach Zone
(ビーチゾーン)
Christmas Present Delibird gives Pikachu a bunch of Christmas Present that have decorations in them for the Christmas Tree. Once enough decorations have been put on the tree it will stop giving presents and challenge the player to a quiz before it becomes friends. Iceberg Zone
(アイスゾーン)
Bouquet Give the Bouquet to Bellossom and it will become your friend. Flower Zone
(フラワーゾーン)
Green Berry The Green Berry is the lowest denomination of currency in PokéPark. Players receive 10 berries for each one they pickup. In Crates
Gold Bar The Gold bar can be sold to Golem. Lava Zone
(マグマゾーン)
Gold Lump Pikachu can use the mining machine to dig into the ground. The first time Pikachu uses the machine, it will dig up the Gold Lump. The second and succeeding times Pikachu uses the machine, it will dig up Iron Ore. Lava Zone
(マグマゾーン)
Gold Top The Gold Top can be sold to Golem for 400 berries or can be given to Hitmontop. Lava Zone
(マグマゾーン)
Hammer Item not used in normal gameplay.
Ice Cube The ice cubes can be found close to Glalie and are used to build the igloos. Iceberg Zone
(アイスゾーン)
Iron Top The iron disk is require to participate in the Dosaidon' Heat Up Fight (ドサイドンのおしだしヒートアップ) attraction. Lava Zone
(マグマゾーン)
Iron Ore Pikachu can use the mining machine to dig into the ground. The second and succeeding times Pikachu uses the machine, it will dig up Iron Ore. It can be used in the furnace to create the Iron Top or the Iron bar. Lava Zone
(マグマゾーン)
Iron Bar Pikachu can use the Iron Ore in the furnace to create the Iron Bar. It is used to repair the broken machines that can turn off the fire. Lava Zone
(マグマゾーン)
Key Item not used in normal gameplay.
Mirror Mareep explains that you need the mirror to summon Rayquaza to the Flower Zone. The mirror is found at the top of the treehouse in the Gathering Plaza. Place the mirror on the stone pestle. Flower Zone
(フラワーゾーン)
Muffin Item not used in normal gameplay.
Piano Wire The piano in the haunted mansion is broken. Misdreavus awaits you to bring the wire to it so it can fix the piano. Haunted Zone
(ハウスゾーン)
Railway Line Mr. Mime explains that the tracks are broken and it needs a way to fix it. After waking Snorlax it moves to reveal a water spout which spits out the Railway Line which can be used to fix the track and allow the mine carts to travel again. Cavern Zone
(ケイブゾーン)
Rock Item not used in normal gameplay.
Red Berry The red berry is worth 50 berries and can be found in crates throughout PokéPark. In Crates
Timber Bidoof needs three bundles of Timber in order to create its dam. After you befriend Bidoof he will build bridges for the player in the Beach Zone from Timber. Meadow Zone
(グリーンゾーン)
Beach Zone
(ビーチゾーン)
Toy Item not used in normal gameplay.
Very Sweet Berry The Very Sweet Berry is shiny and worth 100 berries. Pots
Watering Can Bellossom gives the player the Watering Can which can be used to water the Gracidea flower. Flower Zone
(フラワーゾーン)

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