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Pokémon BDSP Trophy Garden: List of Daily Pokémon
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Found at the back of the Pokémon Mansion, the Trophy Garden holds some rare Pokémon if you return each day. Here's what you can catch.

Pokémon BDSP Trophy Garden: List of Daily Pokémon

When you first visit the Pokémon Mansion in Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, Mr. Backlot will tell you about his home's defining feature -- the Trophy Garden

When you first discover the Trophy Garden as you collect the Sinnoh Gym Badges, there are only a few Pokémon you can catch. 

List of Normal Pokémon in the Trophy Garden

Staravia

Normal / Flying

Morning: Uncommon

Day: Very Common

Night: Uncommon

Roselia

Grass / Poison

Morning: Common

Day: Common

Night: Common

Kricketune

Bug

Morning: Rare

Day: Rare

Night: Common

Pichu

Electric

Morning: Common

Day: Rare

Night: Rare

Pikachu

Electric

Morning: Rare

Day: Rare

Night: Rare

How to unlock Daily Pokémon in the Trophy Garden

Naturally, you're not going to the Trophy Garden to catch Staravia and Roselia, but for the special Daily Pokémon.

To unlock them, you must have completed the Sinnoh Pokédex and unlocked the National Dex.

Then, speak to Mr. Backlot. He'll inform you that his Trophy Garden is now better than before. 

Answer Yes to all of his questions, and afterwards he'll tell you which Pokémon are appearing daily. 

Speak to Mr. Backlot to find out that day's new Pokémon - Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl
Speak to Mr. Backlot to find out that day's new Pokémon

List of Daily Pokémon in the Trophy Garden

There will be two Daily Pokémon active at any one time. A new Pokémon is added daily, with the older of the current two disappearing.

Here's what you can catch.

Azurill

Bonsly

Castform

Chansey

Clefairy

Cleffa

Eevee

Happiny

Igglybuff

Jigglypuff

Marill

Meowth

Mime Jr.

Minun

Plusle

Porygon

One thing to note when attempting to catch the Daily Pokémon is that they seem to operate on a different system to the normal Pokémon there, providing your lead Pokémon is exactly level 18.

Pop any Repel and run around in the grass -- you'll still encounter the Daily Pokémon or a Pikachu, but the others won't appear.

Use this trick to catch them more easily! 

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