Pikimon

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Pikimon
Rating E
Genre Adventure, action, role-playing
Platforms Nintendo 3DS
Media Cartridge
Publisher Pikmin Fanon Incorporated
Release dates North America: Unknown
Europe: Unknown
Japan: Unknown
Prequel None
Sequel Pikimon 2: Quartz and Jade Version
Creator Lazer
Collaborators
Editing
Cheepy-Cheepy
Alpo499

Plot

The player begins the game to find that their character lives in Hocotate Village located in the Pikpik Region. As a young individual, the player's character was given an egg that hatched into a Bulborb Larva. During the years of the character's life, the player's character begins to train their Bulborb Larva in the hopes of discovering what it will evolve into later in its own life. The character's Bulborb Larva enjoys growing and learning to see for itself what it may become in the future. Because the player's character's rivals had also received their own Bulborb Larvae, the player's character and their rivals battle each other. Rivals always want to compete with each other to see who is better, and this causes the player's character and their rivals to battle quite frequently. The player then begins their journey across the Pikpik Region, striving to become the revered Pikimon Champion. The player will battle both wild Pikimon and other trainers' Pikimon to level up their own and become stronger. However, an antagonist organization known as "Group Pik N' Take" is present in the Pikpik Region. Group Pik N' Take's mission is to snatch any strong Pikimon they can find. Considering that the player will have increasingly stronger Pikimon, Group Pik N' Take encounters will become more common until the leader of the group is defeated in an intense battle. With Group Pik N' Take slipping from existence, the player will be free to challenge the Elite Four, and later, the current Champion of the PikPik Region.

Controls

Button Overworld In Battle Menu
3DS A.png Advance / Interact Select option
3DS Select.png
3DS B.png Faster movement Previous menu Cancel / Previous menu
3DS Y.png Favorites menu Items Top of page
3DS L.png
3DS X.png Item menu Escape from battle Bottom of page
3DS R.png
3DS Pad.png Move character Move cursor
3DS Start.png Pause game
3DS Stylus.png Selects on-screen options

Modes and menus

Story Mode: Play the story mode for Pikimon.

Pikidex: This mode allows the player view Pikimon encountered on their journey. All Pikimon species can be viewed in the Pikidex. Pikidex entries of caught Pikimon, the areas those Pikimon can be found, a Pikimon's sound, and a Pikimon's battle stance can be viewed in the Pikidex.

Seasons

As the seasons change, there will be drastic changes for your adventure across the Pikmania Region. Here are the changes in the seasons:

Awakening Wood

Spring/Summer/Autumn: It has is regular weather.

Winter: Snow is everywhere in the Wintertime.

Route 1

Spring/Summer/Autumn: Leaves blow throughout the air.

Winter: A few smudges of snow are in some places.

Perplexing Pool

Spring/Summer/Autumn: It is warm there, so snow never falls there.

Winter: Snow NEVER falls here.

Route 2

Spring/Summer/Autumn/Winter: The farther you get through here, the snowier it gets.

Valley of Repose

Autumn/Winter/Spring: This place is smothered in snow and ice.

Summer: Only the intense heat can melt the snow and ice. You can get more items now!

Route 3

Spring/Summer/Autumn: Beautiful flowers grow here.

Winter: The flowers rot and snow piles up like mountains.

Forest Navel

Spring/Summer/Autumn: This area is stuffed with flames.

Winter: This place is smothered with ice.

Route 4

Spring/Summer/Autumn: Marshes here are stuffed with Pikimon.

Winter: The marshes freeze over, so going through here should be a piece of cake.

Wistful Wild

Spring/Summer/Autumn: It rains a lot, so this is a good time to train Water-type Pikimon!

Winter: It can get bitterly cold there, so snow falls most of the time.

Route 5

Spring/Summer/Autumn/Winter: A wide range of obstacles cover this area.

Pikimon League

Spring/Summer/Autumn: A dry wasteland with beautiful scenery.

Winter: It has a few piles of snow everywhere.

Where wild Pikimon can be encountered

  • Grass
  • Dark grass
  • Rough ground
  • Marshes / lakes / rivers / streams
  • Deep sand
  • Caves
  • Bridges (Pikimon's shadow)

Pikimon types

There are currently eighteen Pikimon types, some more common than others.

  • Bug: Bug-type
  • Dark: Dark-type
  • Dragon: Dragon-type
  • Electric: Electric-type
  • Fairy: Fairy-type
  • Fighting: Fighting-type
  • Fire: Fire-type
  • Flying: Flying-type
  • Ghost: Ghost-type
  • Grass: Grass-type
  • Ground: Ground-type
  • Ice: Ice-type
  • Normal: Normal-type
  • Poison: Poison-type
  • Psychic: Psychic-type
  • Rock: Rock-type
  • Steel: Steel-type
  • Water: Water-type

Areas

Perplexing Pool, Awakening Wood, Wistful Wild, Forest Navel, and Valley of Repose.

Gender options

The player may choose to be male or female at the beginning of the game. If the player chooses the option titled "Boy", the player will then be named Kenyan by default. If the player chooses the option titled "Girl", the player will then be named Kalyn by default. The player then has the ability to change the name of their character if they desire to do so afterward.

Pikimon species

Additional information