Achievement Hunter: Medal Rally Edition

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#1
Are you one of those people that just aren't convinced the game is over when the credits roll? Do you partake in self-inflicted challenges? Do you do ridiculous things in-game just to see an 'Achievement Unlocked!' message pop up? If you answered yes to any of these questions, the medal rally is for you!

This thread is to exchange information and tips on how to get these tokens, such as where certain items are and what Pokemon to use or even what buttons to mash or something. However, I know people won't want to slog through an icky gross Smogon topic on the matter and will appreciate a nice ordered tip list to browse through on their way to be a Medal Master. This is where you come in! All you need to do is grab a medal off this list and write a sentence or two on how to easily obtain it. Of course, if your description is lacking grammatically or in substance, I won't bother with it. Here's a sample of what I'm looking for:

You get this medal after you defeat Alder's students in Floccesy Town after the Medal Master hands you the Medal Case. Can't miss this one.


Hide tags are preferred, but I can easily enter them myself.

Of course, you can just discuss the Medal Rally... But where's the fun in that? As always, Ctrl+F is your friend.

Special Medals

You get this medal after you defeat Alder's students in Floccesy Town after the Medal Master hands you the Medal Case. Can't miss this one.

Participation Prize
Rookie Medalist
Elite Medalist
Master Medalist
Legend Medalist
Top Medalist

Adventure Medals

Light Walker
Middle Walker
Heavy Walker
Honored Footprints
Step-by-Step Saver
Busy Saver
Experienced Saver
Wonder Writer
Pokémon Center Fan
Signboard Starter
Signboard Savvy
Graffiti Gazer
Starter Cycling
Easy Cycling
Hard Cycling
Pedaling Legend
Old Rod Fisherman
Good Rod Fisherman
Super Rod Fisherman
Mighty Fisher
Normal-type Catcher
Fire-type Catcher
Water-type Catcher
Electric-type Catcher
Grass-type Catcher
Ice-type Catcher
Fighting-type Catcher
Poison-type Catcher
Ground-type Catcher
Flying-type Catcher
Psychic-type Catcher
Bug-type Catcher
Rock-type Catcher
Ghost-type Catcher
Dragon-type Catcher
Dark-type Catcher
Steel-type Catcher
Unova Catcher
National Catcher
30 Boxed
120 Boxed
360 Boxed
Boxes Maxed
Capturing Spree
Vending Virtuoso
Lucky Drink
Evolution Hopeful
Evolution Tech
Evolution Expert
Evolution Authority
Ace Pilot
Hustle Muscle
Trash Master
Dowsing Beginner
Dowsing Specialist
Dowsing Collector
Dowsing Wizard
Naming Champ
Television Kid
Regular Customer
Moderate Customer
Great Customer
Indulgent Customer
Super Rich
Smart Shopper
Sweet Home
The First Passerby
30 Passersby
100 Passersby
Heavy Traffic
Pass Power ↑
Pass Power ↑↑
Pass Power ↑↑↑
Pass Power MAX
Dozing Capture
Sleeping Capture
Deep Sleep Capture
Sweet Dreamer
Hidden Grotto Adept
Egg Beginner
Egg Breeder
Egg Elite
Hatching Aficiando
Day-Care Faithful
Archeology Lover
Pure Youth
Lucky Color
Pokérus Discoverer
Castelia Boss
Rail Enthusiast
Wailord Watcher
Face Board Memorial
Heavy Machinery Pro
Ruins Raider
Diamond Dust
Bridge Enthusiast
Around Unova
Great Adventurer

Battle Medals

Battle Learner
Battle Teacher
Battle Veteran
Battle Virtuoso
Link Battle Amateur
Link Battle Pioneer
Link Battle Expert
Born to Battle
Magikarp Award
Never Give Up
Noneffective Artist
Supereffective Savant
Subway Low Gear
Subway Accelerator
Subway Top Gear
Runaway Express
Single Express
Double Express
Multi Express
Test Novice
Test Fan
Test Enthusiast
Exam Genius
Exp. Millionaire
BP Wealthy
Superb Locator
Battle Repeater
Cruise Connoisseur
Driftveil Mightiest
Rental Champ
Mix Champ
Unova Mightiest
Kanto Mightiest
Johto Mightiest
Hoenn Mightiest
Sinnoh Mightiest
Mightiest Leader
World's Mightiest
Rental Master
Mix Master
All Types Champ
Tower Junior
Tower Master
Treehollow Junior
Treehollow Master
20 Victories
50 Victories
100 Victories
1,000 Wins
Undefeated: Easy
Undefeated: Hard
Pinpoint: Easy
Pinpoint: Hard
Quick Clear: Easy
Quick Clear: Hard
Battle Guru

Entertainment Medals

Beginning Trader
Occasional Trader
Frequent Trader
Great Trade-Up
Opposite Trader
Pen Pal
Talented Cast Member
Rising Star
Big Star
Superstar
Musical Star
Trendsetter
10 Followers
First Friend
Extensive Friendship
Broad Friendship
Global Connection
Spin Trade Whiz
Feeling Master
Ace of Hearts
Ferris Wheel Fan
New Guide
Elite Guide
Veteran Guide
Guiding Champ
Shop Starter
Shop Builder
Shop Constructor
Extreme Developer
OK Souvenir Getter
Good Souvenir Getter
Great Souvenir Getter
Tycoon of Souvenirs
Avenue of Fame
Minigame Fan
Minigame Buff
Minigame Expert
Best Minigamer
Balloon Rookie
Balloon Technician
Balloon Expert
Balloon Conquerer
New Face Hero
Hero Movie Star
Cop Movie Master
UFO Movie Master
Monster Movie Master
Sci Fi Movie Master
Romantic Movie Star
Fantasy Movie Master
Comedic Movie Star
Horror Movie Star
Robot Movie Master
Ghost Movie Master
Hero Ending
Popular Movie Star
Masterpiece Star
Blockbuster Star
First Cult Classic
Cult Classic Star
10 People Funfest
30 People Funfest
Scored 100
Scored 1,000
Mission Host Lv. 1
Mission Host Lv. 2
Participant Lv. 1
Participant Lv. 2
Achiever Lv. 1
Achiever Lv. 2
Funfest Complete
Good Night
Beginning of Memory
Memory Master
Entertainment Master

Challenge Medals

Normal-type Champ
Fire-type Champ
Water-type Champ
Electric-type Champ
Grass-type Champ
Ice-type Champ
Fighting-type Champ
Poison-type Champ
Ground-type Champ
Flying-type Champ
Psychic-type Champ
Bug-type Champ
Rock-type Champ
Ghost-type Champ
Dragon-type Champ
Dark-type Champ
Steel-type Champ
One and Only
Supreme Challenger
 
#2
When I first heard about them and unlocked a few and looked up some others, I was quite interested but after seeing all of them and some of the ridiculous or otherwise irrelevant things I'd have to do to get them, I'm going to pass on trying to get a completed or near-completed Medal Case. There should be more fun ones like the Magikarp Award and less "crappy" ones like Pass Power +, Pass Power ++, Pass Power +++, Pass Power MAX
 
#3
The crappy ones aren't as bad as I thought they'd be. I've been getting several of them without really grinding for them

Except the C-Gear Passings and the Fun Fests involving people
Those are a tier below crappy in every way

I'm still probably going for a solid 200 though (which should have been the trainer star, not 250), since a lot of them like the e4 challenges sound really interesting
 
#5
The crappy ones aren't as bad as I thought they'd be. I've been getting several of them without really grinding for them

Except the C-Gear Passings and the Fun Fests involving people
Those are a tier below crappy in every way

I'm still probably going for a solid 200 though (which should have been the trainer star, not 250), since a lot of them like the e4 challenges sound really interesting
Wait one of the stars is medals? Serebii's list for trainer card is...

Defeat the Elite Four
Complete National Dex
Complete all PokéStar Studio Movies
Defeat the Champions within the Pokémon World Tournament
Gain Entree levels of 30 for Black or White

And bulbapedia is the only source that's contradicting this, saying Medals instead of the entree thing. If that's true then I've given up on my first perfect card, because the entree was easier than the stupid medals. Stupid c-gear passing
 

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#6
The official guidebook lists what Serebii has.

(It actually differs by saying "Make your Black Level and White Level 30 or higher.")
 
#9
No-one has posted some medals? Well I'm currently on 41 medals. Having completed my BW2 main story line. I haven't done match pre-elite4, aside from Desend the White Tree Hollow. Which I'm currently residing on Area 7. Anyway! Here's some Medals related to the Hollow, that some of you may want to hear about!


20 Victories
A medal given to slightly strong Trainers who beat 20 Trainers in Unova's Challenge. Basically defeat in White Tree Hollow / Black Skyscraper, 20 Trainers!


50 Victories
A medal given to modestly strong Trainers who beat 50 Trainers in Unova's Challenge. Basically defeat in White Tree Hollow / Black Skyscraper, 50 Trainers!


Quick Clear: Hard
A medal for Trainers who cleared Area 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10 within 1,000 steps in Unova's Challenge. Pretty self explainatory. Complete Area 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 in White Hollow/Black Skyscraper in 1,000 steps!
 
#10
Is it possible for someone with 2 systems and Black 2 + White 2 to complete these without another person, even if it takes a while and requires a lot of clock changing? I'm concerned about what I've heard about some of the funfest missions being too difficult alone.
 
#11
Is it possible for someone with 2 systems and Black 2 + White 2 to complete these without another person, even if it takes a while and requires a lot of clock changing? I'm concerned about what I've heard about some of the funfest missions being too difficult alone.
while technically it'd be possible i'm not sure how it'll work out practically

concentrating on 2 systems at the same time isn't a joke
 
#12
Thanks, I'll have to try it when I get there. Also on the Funfest topic: The wording of the Funfest missions' medals' requirements on Serebii and Gamefaqs ("Play an Entralink Funfest Mission with XX people or more") is kind of unclear. Does that mean play in, say, 30 missions, each with another person? Because the other way around is not going to be possible in my suburb.
 
#13
I did a Tepig solo run on Black 2 and made it all the way to the League with just this baby, and even put it on YouTube (my channel in signature). I got the "Fire-Type Master" and "One and Only" Challenge medals for making it to the Hall of Fame with just Tepig.