Meadow Zone

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Meadow Zone

Meadow Zone is a location in PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure. This zone is a lush grassland with a river flowing in the center. A cliff in the shape of Dialga and Palkia makes it a unique environment. This zone is mainly inhabited by Grass and Bug-type Pokémon.

Story

Pikachu encounters Venusaur.

The story takes place with Pikachu inside a forest after being sent to PokéPark by Mew. Pikachu ventures out through the forest and encounters one of his friends, Chikorita. Outside the forest, they meet Bulbasaur and challenges Bulbasaur's attraction. However, after winning and receiving the prism piece, Chikorita is kidnapped by Treecko and Mankey who is taken to the park keeper, Venusaur.

Pikachu strolls around Meadow Zone and encounters the front gate to Venusaur's den. However, it is guarded by Treecko and Mankey, whom Pikachu challenges to get through to the den. Once defeated, Pikachu enters the den and finds Venusaur with Chikorita. Venusaur then asks Pikachu to challenge his attraction in return for Chikorita and a prism piece. Once Pikachu defeats Venusaur's attraction, he is now told to settle a dispute with the other park keepers, Empoleon and Blaziken; Pikachu now has access to the Meeting Place.

Inhabitants

Park Turtwig.png Turtwig
P-003
Park Torterra.png Torterra
P-004
Park Buneary.png Buneary
P-005
Park Munchlax.png Munchlax
P-006
Park Treecko.png Treecko
P-007
Park Mankey.png Mankey
P-008
Park Bidoof.png Bidoof
P-009
Park Bibarel.png Bibarel
P-010
Park Oddish.png Oddish
P-011
Park Aipom.png Aipom
P-012
Park Ambipom.png Ambipom
P-013
Park Leafeon.png Leafeon
P-014
Park Spearow.png Spearow
P-015
Park Croagunk.png Croagunk
P-016
Park Starly.png Starly
P-017
Park Bonsly.png Bonsly
P-018
Park Sudowoodo.png Sudowoodo
P-019
Park Pachirisu.png Pachirisu
P-020
Park Lotad.png Lotad
P-021
Park Shinx.png Shinx
P-022
Park Scyther.png Scyther
P-023
Park Magikarp.png Magikarp
P-024
Park Caterpie.png Caterpie
P-025
Park Butterfree.png Butterfree
P-026
Park Weedle.png Weedle
P-027
Park Shroomish.png Shroomish
P-028
Park Tropius.png Tropius
P-029
Park Bulbasaur.png Bulbasaur
P-030
Park Venusaur.png Venusaur
P-031
Park Chimchar.png Chimchar
P-102
Park Celebi.png Celebi
P-188

Attractions

Bulbasaur's Daring Dash

Bulbasaur's Daring Dash

Bulbasaur's Daring Dash is a standard race between your Pokémon and six other Pokémon. This race is timed, and the first one to the finish line wins the attraction.

  • To run, shake the Wii remote.
    • The faster you shake the Wii remote, the faster the Pokémon will dash.

Pokémon

Number Pokémon Record to Beat
-- Park Pikachu.png

Pikachu

00:09.70
P-003 Park Turtwig.png

Turtwig

00:10.50
P-005 Park Buneary.png

Buneary

00:08.70
P-006 Park Munchlax.png

Munchlax

00:11.60
P-007 Park Treecko.png

Treecko

00:10.00
P-009 Park Bidoof.png

Bidoof

00:10.90
P-010 Park Bibarel.png

Bibarel

00:10.10
P-011 Park Oddish.png

Oddish

00:11.10
P-014 Park Leafeon.png

Leafeon

00:05.60
P-016 Park Croagunk.png

Croagunk

00:09.20
P-018 Park Bonsly.png

Bonsly

00:11.90
P-020 Park Pachirisu.png

Pachirisu

00:08.10
P-021 Park Lotad.png

Lotad

00:12.40
P-022 Park Shinx.png

Shinx

00:07.40
P-023 Park Scyther.png

Scyther

00:06.80
P-024 Park Magikarp.png

Magikarp

00:14.50
P-025 Park Caterpie.png

Caterpie

00:13.70
P-027 Park Weedle.png

Weedle

00:13.10
P-028 Park Shroomish.png

Shroomish

00:11.30
P-030 Park Bulbasaur.png

Bulbasaur

00:10.80
P-102 Park Chimchar.png

Chimchar

00:09.80
P-117 Park Ponyta.png

Ponyta

00:07.10
P-154 Park Arcanine.png

Arcanine

00:06.30
P-159 Park Eevee.png

Eevee

00:07.70
P-163 Park Jolteon.png

Jolteon

00:06.10
P-180 Park Mew.png

Mew

00:05.40

Venusaur's Vine Swing

Venusaur's Vine Swing

Venusaur's Vine Swing is a targeting game where the Pokémon must build up speed while hanging on a vine. The Pokémon releases from the vine and lands. The longer they are from the starting point, the better.

  • To swing the vine, flick the Wii remote in time to build up speed.
    • Flick in time with the vine to gain momentum.
  • To release from the vine, press the "B" button.

Pokémon

Number Pokémon Record to Beat
-- Park Pikachu.png

Pikachu

040m
P-006 Park Munchlax.png

Munchlax

038m
P-007 Park Treecko.png

Treecko

049m
P-008 Park Mankey.png

Mankey

062m
P-012 Park Aipom.png

Aipom

058m
P-013 Park Ambipom.png

Ambipom

072m
P-016 Park Croagunk.png

Croagunk

067m
P-020 Park Pachirisu.png

Pachirisu

044m
P-024 Park Magikarp.png

Magikarp

023m
P-070 Park Primeape.png

Primeape

078m
P-102 Park Chimchar.png

Chimchar

053m
P-103 Park Infernape.png

Infernape

084m
P-120 Park Blaziken.png

Blaziken

087m
P-127 Park Tangrowth.png

Tangrowth

075m
P-174 Park Lucario.png

Lucario

081m
P-181 Park Jirachi.png

Jirachi

100m