Similar to the concept found in video games, Achievements on GPX+ are rewards for completing certain challenges, such as obtaining certain Pokémon or performing a specific number of actions on the website. The completion of any task is marked by a small icon added to the user's page, often lifted from the hand-held games themselves. Some of the more difficult or time-consuming achievements are rewarded with points, summoning items, or account upgrades, and a few are provided as "gag" rewards related to the challenge itself. A few achievements do not give any rewards at all.
List of Achievements
Shown below are the list of the 300 current Achievements, sorted into their "set" groups as they were made available on the site. Also provided are the requirements for obtaining the achievements, as well as any possible rewards. Many Achievements that provide particularly valuable items, such as Summoning Items or Account Upgrades, may provide alternate rewards if the user already possess a high number of the item (e.g., Summoning Items) or the maximum of the reward (certain Account Upgrades, for example). Alternate rewards will be listed after the primary reward in parenthesis.
It should be noted that, like the majority of this Wiki, all this information is user submitted, and verified primarily by users that have unlocked the Achievements and reported the rewards. As a result, there may be instances where the obtained reward is different than what is listed below; 99 percent of the time, what is obtained on the site is the correct reward, and what is listed is erroneous.
The majority of the initial achievements revolve around user interaction with each other; rewards are given based on how often the user clicks, how many Pokemon they have hatched, and so on. Many of the remaining achievements require the users to have specific species or categories of Pokémon (for example, shinies or novelties) either in their party or in their Pokédex to obtain their respective rewards. Some achievements give an alternate reward if the user already has the original reward, such as the Dowsing MCHN for Treasure Hunter.
|Newbie Clicker||Get 1,500 interactions in one day.||100 points|
|Novice Clicker||Get 3,500 interactions in one day.||375 points|
|Expert Clicker||Get 7,250 interactions in one day.||750 points|
|Master Clicker||Get 12,500 interactions in one day.||1500 points|
|Newbie Hatcher||Hatch your first Pokemon egg.||150 points|
|Novice Hatcher||Hatch 100 Pokemon eggs.||Evolution Stone|
|Expert Hatcher||Hatch 500 Pokemon eggs.||Trade Evolution Item|
|Master Hatcher||Hatch 3,000 Pokemon eggs.||Summoning Item (5000 points)|
|Newbie Breeder||Breed your first Pokemon egg.||150 points|
|Novice Breeder||Breed 120 Pokemon eggs.||Evolution Stone|
|Expert Breeder||Breed 600 Pokemon eggs.||Trade Evolution Item|
|Master Breeder||Breed 4,000 Pokemon eggs.||Summoning Item|
|Newbie Trainer||Level up your first Pokemon to level 100.||100 Points|
|Novice Trainer||Level up 8 Pokemon to level 100.||375 points|
|Expert Trainer||Level up 20 Pokemon to level 100.||Trade Evolution Item|
|Master Trainer||Level up 100 Pokemon to level 100.||Summoning Item|
|Newbie Feeder||Feed a Pokemon the proper berry 2,500 times.||100 points|
|Novice Feeder||Feed a Pokemon the proper berry 6,000 times.||375 points|
|Expert Feeder||Feed a Pokemon the proper berry 15,000 times.||750 points|
|Master Feeder||Feed a Pokemon the proper berry 50,000 times.||1500 points|
|Legendary Seeker||Collect 8 different legendary Pokemon. (excluding corrupted forms)||(no reward)|
|Legendary Hunter||Collect 16 different legendary Pokemon. (excluding corrupted forms)||(no reward)|
|Legendary Collector||Collect all legendary Pokemon. (excluding corrupted forms)||(no reward)|
|Novelty Seeker||Collect 8 different novelty Pokemon.||(no reward)|
|Novelty Hunter||Collect 16 different novelty Pokemon.||(no reward)|
|Novelty Collector||Collect 32 different novelty Pokemon.||(no reward)|
|Shiny Seeker||Collect 4 different shinies.||(no reward)|
|Shiny Hunter||Collect 8 different shinies.||(no reward)|
|Shiny Collector||Collect 16 different shinies.||(no reward)|
|Shopaholic||Buy 20 items from the shop in one day. *Must be unlocked on day of purchases.||Discount Coupon|
|Treasure Hunter||Find 30 items around the site. *Items found in PokéWalker or in the Underground are excluded.||Dowsing MCHN (2000 points)|
|Pokemon Breeder||Either breed more than 750 Pokémon, or more than half as many as you have hatched, whichever is higher.||550 points|
|Pokemon Trainer||Either hatch more than 750 Pokémon, or more than half as many as you have bred, whichever is higher.||550 points|
|Deceitful Metapod||Dress up a Metapod.||200 points|
|Fashion Expert||Dress up 100 Pokémon. *Pokemon may not be released or undressed prior to unlocking.||800 points|
|Professor Oak||Have a Bulbasaur, Squirtle and Charmander in your party.||200 points|
|Professor Elm||Have a Chikorita, Totodile and Cyndaquil in your party.||200 points|
|Professor Birch||Have a Treecko, Mudkip and Torchic in your party.||200 points|
|Professor Rowan||Have a Turtwig, Piplup and Chimchar in your party.||200 points|
|Team Rocket||Have an Ekans, Koffing and Meowth in your party.||100 points|
|Godsend||Hatch an Arceus egg.||200 points+Legend Voucher Plus|
|Trio Collector||Collect a Bidofo, Dracowymsy and Zergoose.||400 points|
|OCD||Collect all forms of Bidofo, Dracowymsy and Zergoose.*Zombidofo and Feral Zergoose are included.||750 points|
|What's up, Doc?||Interact with all of Professor Cypress' Pokemon in one day.||100 points|
|Corporate GPXPlus||Have a million points on hand at one point in time.||(no reward)|
|Corrupter||Corrupt a Pokemon egg.||(no reward)|
|Lucky||Get a Pokemon from an event, or receive either a treasure chest, Manaphy egg or MissingNo. egg.||(no reward)|
|Open-Hearted||Adopt 100 Pokemon from the Shelter.||400 points|
|Cypress' Assistant||Take 100 eggs from the Lab.||400 points|
|Hoarder||Fill up 15 boxes of Pokemon.||Extra PC Box (3500 points)|
|Alphabet Soup||Collect every single Unown form.||2,000 points|
|Kanto Master||Get the Pokedex entries for all non-Very Rare Kanto Pokemon.||Summoning Item|
|Johto Master||Get the Pokedex entries for all non-Very Rare Johto Pokemon. (Unown is excluded)||Johto Summoning Item|
|Hoenn Master||Get the Pokedex entries for all non-Very Rare Hoenn Pokemon.||Hoenn Summoning Item|
|Sinnoh Master||Get the Pokedex entries for all non-Very Rare Sinnoh Pokemon.||Sinnoh Summoning Item|
|Unova Master||Get the Pokedex entries for all non-Very Rare Unova Pokemon.||Extra PC Box Plus (16,250 points)|
|Pokedex Master||Get the Pokedex entries for all non-Very Rare canon Pokemon. (excluding Unova)||Summoning Item|
|Pokedex Master Plus||Get the Pokedex entries for all non-Very Rare canon Pokemon. (including Unova)||Extra PC Box Plus (16,250 points)|
Introduced in January 2010, the first of the additions introduces the concept of obtaining "gym badges" by obtaining a particular region's gym leaders' Pokémon and raising them to Level 100; once the user has obtained all the badges, they are "crowned" the region champion. As this was the first addition, the Kanto Gym Leaders were featured. Their lineups were taken from FireRed/LeafGreen, with the exception of Giovanni's team, which uses the Red/Green/Blue lineup (Rhyhorn and Rhydon instead of two Rhyhorns). There is no specific theme in the rest of the achievements.
The second set of achievements were introduced in February 2010. The second set of additions contains the Johto set of gym badges. The gym leaders' lineups were taken from HeartGold and SoulSilver. The remaining achievements involve breeding specific pairs of Pokémon, including a reference to the fandom meme "Hot Skitty on Wailord Action", and concluded with a reward in celebration of the one-year anniversary of the site.
The third set of additions, added in March 2010, introduced the Hoenn gym badges, with lineups taken from Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire. The remaining achievements require some form of collecting, be it a certain kind/species of Pokémon or a particular item. An achievement is also included that references the "Over 9000!" internet meme.
The fourth set of additions, released in April 2010, brought together the fourth and final set of gym badges. The Sinnoh lineups were taken from Pokémon Platinum. The remaining achievements are similar to those from the third addition, requiring the user to collect specific kinds/species of Pokémon or items. One in particular references a relatively-recent popular fandom meme that draws attention to Youngster Joey, an NPC trainer from Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver who brags about his "top percentage" Rattata; the game code indicates his Rattata is indeed impressive, with an Adamant nature and IVs in each stat in the high 20s.
The fifth set of achievements were released in May 2010. This addition is, as with the first, quite varied, incorporating some of the themes present in the other groups of achievements, such as different levels of interactions (in this case, summoning Pokémon, having certain species or types of Pokémon in the user's party, obtaining a certain number of items, and so on. The fifth addition is tied with the sixth addition in terms of size, bringing 30 new achievements to the group.
The sixth set of additions introduces the Kanto gym leader rematch badges ("badge pluses"), with lineups taken from HeartGold and SoulSilver. The remaining achievements involve Shine Recorder- and Vs. Seeker-based achievements. The set also features four party achievements.
The seventh set of additions introduces the Johto gym leader rematch badges ("badge pluses"), with lineups taken from HeartGold and SoulSilver. The remaining achievements involve exploring achievements, party achievements, including the new Sprite Changer, and statistic achievements.
The eighth set introduces the Hoenn and Sinnoh "badge pluses" and their respective Legend achievements, as well as some achievements relating to the new battle system. There is also the new Professor Achievements; "Professor Juniper" and "Other Professor Juniper". The rest have to do with having certain Pokemon in your party, breeding certain amounts of novelties, etc.
The ninth set introduces the Unova "badge pluses" and the respective Legend achievements, as well as some achievements focused on new features that weren't around when the previous set was added, as well as some really hard ones to occupy users who've unlocked all or most of the previous ones. This addition was the last addition, bringing the total number of Achievements to 300. It is also the second largest addition.