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My son is currently trying to get back to Pokemon Y on its 3DS and since he did not play the game for a long time, he can't remember what he is supposed to and turn around endlessly in the same locations, hoping something happens.

I thought I could help him by looking at the quest log but I can't find where it is located.

So, do anyone know where the quest log is in Pokemon X/Y ?

Thanks by advance !

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    I could be wrong, and I'm sure I'll be corrected if I am, but I do not recall a quest log on X/Y. I'm double checking right now (I have my game going already) But I don't recall one. If you comment on where your son is, someone may be able to help on a comment. :) – LLF Mar 15 '14 at 19:06
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    The amount of gym badges can also be a hint of what has to be done next. – Arperum Mar 15 '14 at 19:22
  • I was afraid there were no quest log. We finally found a way to continue the game but the question remains... – Eric MORAND Mar 15 '14 at 23:52
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    I don't remember which game exactly had that feature- I believe that Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald had something similar. I also think HeartGold and SoulSilver had an actual log you could read. But don't quote me on that. It might have been Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum instead... But X and Y don't have one, unfortunately. – LLF Mar 16 '14 at 2:37
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    You can always run around until you find Trainers that want to battle you or NPCs that stop you. The former are a hint that you haven't been there (which means you're going into the right direction) while the latter usually tell you what they want you to do before letting you pass. Wild Pokémon levels can also be used to determine the direction you should go. If from one place to another, levels decrease, turn around. If you have access to Fly already, you can also check where you've been and try to reach locations where you haven't been. Pokémon is about going everywhere and exploring. – scenia Mar 17 '14 at 9:32
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There is no quest log or journal item in Pokemon X and Y.

There was an item in Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum called the Journal. This item recorded things you had done including places you went, Pokemon you caught, and trades you made. If you hadn't played the game in the past two days, the journal would automatically open when you resumed your save game.

I believe Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald Fire Red and Leaf Green had a similar feature that showed things you did before letting you resume, but I haven't found a source to confirm this yet, and unfortunately I no longer own these games to test it. (Thanks to jwodder on correcting me here)

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    It was FireRed & LeafGreen that had the "Previously on your quest" feature, not RSE. – jwodder Mar 16 '14 at 22:49
  • Was it? I couldn't remember, but I knew it was a Gen 3 game. =) Thank you, @jwodder – LLF Mar 16 '14 at 23:46
  • Thanks, too bad they didn't include the Journal item like in Diamond, Pearl and Platinum. It was such a neat feature. – Eric MORAND Mar 17 '14 at 9:07

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