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South Park:The Stick of Truth – Chinpokomon guide

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I’ve got to buy ‘em, I’ve got buy ‘em! Chinpokomon! Hey kids, do you like South Park: The Stick of Truth? Then you’ll love this guide to finding all of the Chinpokomon in the game! Chinpokomon such as Lambtron,Roo-Stor and Shoe! BOMBA DAH HARBORU!



Before you reach the cockpit, you can find this Chinpokomon hovering above the TV screens. Shoot it down and grab it, as this will be your only chance to snatch it from the anal-probe HQ.

Chu-chu Nezumi


Once you have a bow, you can easily snatch Chu-chu Nezumi from outside your house.


Inside the command base where you must retrieve the dictation device that details with the Alien Nazi Zombie goo virus, Gunrilla can be found on top of the cabinet to the left.



Go back to school at any point in the game once you have full access, go through the backdoor and into the cafeteria. Light a flame, Cut-A-Spell and fling it towards the gas oven and you’ll grab Donkeytron.



Inside the Giggling Donkey, after you prevent Princess Kenny from being raped, go into the attic and you’ll find Ratroid in a corner.



In the school level fight between Cartman’s forces and Kyle’s Elf army, Pteradaken can be found in a locker to the east, under the football team banner.



Near the end of the game, at the top of the treehouse fortress, Shoe can be found when you use the alien probe device to teleport yourself onto the roof.


In the abortion clinic, when the Nazi zombie foetuses attack, shoot the grenade in the hand of a dead soldier, which will reveal an open vent. Shrink down with Gnome dust, and make your way to the end to find FetuSwami.



Inside the Mongorian Mongolian tower of peace, you can find Lambtron hanging around on the higher level of the building. Shoot him down to claim him.



If you ahve not yet moved along sir, then Velocirapstar can be found on the window ledge of Token’s room. Like most rap stars, you’ll need to shoot him…down.



Can be found inside the Cartman garage. Get the key to open it inside you guys.



Before you get to the rough part of town, you can spot FurryKat hiding in the bushes.



You may not be able to see Saving Private Ryan with new special effects that replace all the guns with walkie-talkies, but you can shoot down Fatdactyl and claim him for your collection.



Brave the mens toilets of the South Park community center, and you’ll find Gophermon waiting inside the final toilet stall to the left.



Stretch your ass and use the anal probe on an alien device outside the community center, and you can teleport into the basketball court to grab Vamporko.



Can be found inside Mr Mackie’s storage locker, m’kay? Talk to Mr Mackie later in the game to receive the side-quest and key for this area m’kay?



In the sewers, keep going east and eventually you’ll find yourself in the kingdom of the Crab People, who taste like crab and talk like people. Use the Nagasaki fart on the large boulder, enter the passage and you’ll find Biebersaurus.



Next to the house of Mr Hankie, you can find Gerbitoad. And say howdy-ho to his drunk wife.



At Stark’s Pond, you can teleport underwater into a crashed UFO, and grab Cosmonewt.



This Chinpokomon can be found inside the police station, in the evidence room on top of the shelves.



Behind Father Maxie at City Hall, Sna-Kat can be found in a tree. You’ll have to shoot him down.



Inside Butter’s room, you can nab Monkay, as well as the key to the Chaos Lair, which will lead you to…



Make your way to the top of the Chaos lair in the storage locker part of town, and that’s where you’ll find the secret member of the Professor Chaos gang.



Outside the tower of peace where Japanese people constantly commit suicide, you can find Brocrri. He’s frozen, so use the Cut-a-spell attack to blast him out of the ice, seeing as he happens to be near an open flame.



Hey! We don’t take kindly to vague 1990 kids TV crazes just loitering around Skeeter’s Bar! If you don’t like that, then you can get out!



You’ll need to get inside the South Park Gazette for this little fella, by retrieving the shop key from inside the post office.. Bust the grate on the far side, snort some gnome dust and hey presto! There’s Accountafish.



Once you have free reign of the Girl’s Club, you can find Mouse-Tik in the left corner. Sparkle! Sunshine!

Poodlesaurus Rex


Inside South Park Elementary,Knock down one of the ceiling grates before you get to the Human/Elf Guard in the corridors, use the alien probe to teleport into the rafters and you’ll grab yet another anti-Pearl Harbour collectable.



Grab the key for the Brovloski garage inside, and you can open it up to nab the hilariously placed Stegmata.



Snort some gnome dust once again, crawl underneath the bench outside the Tweek Bros coffee shop and Terribovine is all yours.

I’ll update with visual guides as soon as I can take new snapshots of the game.

Last Updated: March 7, 2014


  1. O RRY?


  2. RinceThis

    March 7, 2014 at 15:46

    God dammit Darryn! I was steeled to the fact I wasn’t going to buy this, now i want to!


    • Rock789

      March 10, 2014 at 09:32

      You missing out!!! One of the most wrong, yet funniest games I’ve played in ages! And I even finished it this weekend. So cool! Wanna play again – do some achievement hunting!


      • RinceThis

        March 10, 2014 at 10:05

        Yeah, I hear it’s quite a short game? Like 10 hours?


        • Rock789

          March 10, 2014 at 10:28

          Nah – took me 17 hours (including all side quests). So decently spaced, me thinks. I didn’t want it to end.


      • Alien Emperor Trevor

        March 10, 2014 at 10:11

        You finished it already? That’s not an RPG, it’s an adventure game. :/


        • Rock789

          March 10, 2014 at 10:29

          Dude, it’s awesome! Seriously fun.


  3. Hammersteyn

    March 7, 2014 at 15:47

    Picking up my copy and a bottle of whiskey after work. Gonna be good!


  4. LAblak22

    March 7, 2014 at 15:59

    Ya wrote “Cut-A-Spell” instead of “Cup-a Spell” for Donkeytron, Batfan #004. Just a heads up.

    Man, I cannot wait for this to arrive. But thanks to Kal-Hal: Last Son of Korrypton, that won’t be happening soon. -_-


  5. Ektso Gedinkja

    March 7, 2014 at 16:19

    Just picked mine up 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 come on 5 o clock


  6. SargonTheGreatPandaOfAkkad

    March 7, 2014 at 18:57

    You deserve all the comments in the world for such a dedicated easter egg-chinpokomon hunt! With impressive visuals to boot! Damn, sir!


  7. Ottokie

    March 7, 2014 at 20:32

    Took a quick break now from playing, this game is freaking awesome! its gonna be an all niter tonight.


  8. Richard

    March 7, 2014 at 21:45

    MY REVIEW The game was… too short. I finished doing everything in only under 10 hours. I felt the game was unfinished and needed work done on it. Now let me tell you I loved every moment on the game. This is the game I’ve been waiting for ever since I heard about it 2+ years ago. *SPOILER ALERT*I just feel like this game could’ve went much farther than it did, I was only at 15, which is how high you can go in the game and that was it, there are no other levels to reach. At the time of battling Clyde I felt like i was 25% done with the game, then I realized, no, that’s it, the game is over. I felt a little heartbroken because that was all the time I got to adventure around with my buddies Stan, Butters, Kenny, Kyle , Jimmy and Cartman. I wanted the game to go on longer, reach level 99 at some point, get some ultimate weapon. I’ll replay the game and choose the options I didn’t before, but I want a sequel or at least a DLC.
    All-in-all I feel like This game was not complete, why do I say this? Well for one it’s buggy, yes you may have heard that it lags and has a plethora of other issues, and those are true. It didn’t ruin the game for me, I could go with waiting a sec for a different area to load some more so it wouldn’t lag. It lags on all three gaming machines, Xbox, PS3 and even PC. Some of the controls could’ve been refined a little more, sometimes when you’re walking along to grab an item you can’t immediately continue walking in the direction you were walking, it’s weird but you’d notice it when you’re playing. You can’t unlock everything in one playthrough. You can only unlock some abilities, not I know what you’re saying, you get to choose what type of player you want to be. This is true, but even as a Mage I couldn’t unlock all my Abilities, you have 5 abilities each with 4 unlocks, you gain an Upgrade each time you level up. Now you do the math 5X4=20 and you start out at Level 1, which means you get 14 unlocks out of the 20. Now I could get people saying you should specialize in one category or the other, or play again and unlock the other ones. I can understand this to a point, but I’d only want to play as each class once, not twice each. The game also has 5 buddies, which each have 4 abilities, only butters has a fifth ability to transform into professor chaos, What I don’t get is why don’t the rest of my buddies transform into their “Good TImes with Weapons” personalities. I felt as though they were thinking of implementing it but never finished. The game could’ve have EASILY been made longer. Now I know what some might say, you didn’t develop the game you don’t know how hard it was. I get that, but it had SO much potential for creativeness. It’s like Obsidian didn’t think you should go to one area more than once, on time you do go to the sewers twice for things like MBP and Mr.Hanky and that’s it. they could’ve used some of these areas over and over, keep some areas off limits tell later on. The ending, now here’s a bigger spoiler, is not explained well enough. What happened to the old guy, why did I feel like the ending was just something thought up in a second, the buildup was so great and the ending was less than stellar. I get South Park endings, but this one was the lamest, “Oh princess kenny was just on her period.”
    Next let me talk about what was missing from the game. I briefly went over the extra buddy abilities but what about Crab People, or any of the South Park enemies. Granted there is one Crab Person but there’s SO many people that have ever been in South Park that were excluded. There is an absence of buildings in South Park The Stick of Truth, so many businesses/places that were in the show, Walmart, KFC, Graveyard, DMV, Toy Store, Drive-Movie theater ect. The girls houses are mentioned but you can never see them. Unless the houses on the other side of the street, which you can never get to are them. A couple buildings have no purpose and just sit there. Some people in South Park must have a home but you never see them. Canada is great, 8-BIT world is awesome, but small, in the North of Canada there appears to be a snow region but it is inaccessible. Even on of the citizens of Banff mentions a Newfinland (Referencing Real Newfoundland or Finland) Either way you can get to no such place. Next up is the forest which is fun and confusing as it should be isn’t taken advantage by the developers. The only place in the Forest that gets you anywhere else is to Canada, there are no other cities or towns or Mountains anything at all would’ve been cool. Their are so many quest I can think of, literally hundreds but their are only 23 main quest and 20 side quest. That’s it, I love them all but their are not a lot of them. There’s a good amount of cutscenes but I don’t think it adds up to more than a couple of episodes. I loved it but it didn’t build on itself as much as I’d hoped. Tons of references to the show but not enough easter eggs. Why was the game so short 10 hours of fun but in an RPG I expect at least 40, that way I’d be satisfied and when their is 4 classes that’d be 120 hours of fun. I was just expecting too much maybe. I’d rate the game 8/10, I love South Park I love this game, but I wish it had did more, I didn’t want my good times to end.


    • Sk3tz0

      March 8, 2014 at 15:12

      Sorry TL:DR


    • Lost

      March 9, 2014 at 18:28

      Does not lag on PC, I have PC and PS3 version, haven’t noticed any of the terrible stutter issues on PC, specifically changing zones, looting anything. Didn’t read the 2nd half, that’s a lot of words to say… Short but brilliant unfortunately buggy (Obsidian fans expected this)


      • Tobes

        March 14, 2014 at 10:30

        Didn’t notice any lag issues on PC either.


    • chris

      March 13, 2014 at 14:01

      Your whining too much. This game is the best. You want to fight 8000 groups of nazi rats just to get a level 99? Play a final fantasy. This is short and super-sweet. And the only decent south park game ever made. 10/fucking10.


    • Kairatera

      March 28, 2014 at 21:44

      I agree, it could have been longer, the abilities thing bugged md, and there wasn’t enough usage of other characters like the crab people and such. But, I think one main reason for this is for future content, as in dlc. By leaving out as much as they did but with the characters still in the game, they gave us hope that these characters may be used in some kind of dlc. I would love it if more places like Imagination Land, for example, and hell for another were unlockable… But, if they decided to stick with the four available places, I wouldn’t complain. This game is open to sooo many possibilities and could be endless if they wanted, since each “day” in the game is more like an episode.
      I just want more, that’s all. You made some great points and I’m sure the creators are reading a heck of a lot of comments that are similar to this. My fiancee told me that they are already planning on releasing more. So, I’m pretty excited. Anywho, continue posting reviews like this, because these are the most helpful to the creators. Don’t let some of the previous comments get to you.


  9. Brenz

    March 8, 2014 at 07:15

    Just started playing last night.
    This is one of the best games I have ever played, I have been a huge south park fan since the beginning, and I am having a blast.
    Cant wait to play more today!


    • Sk3tz0

      March 8, 2014 at 09:06

      STAY AWAY FROM THE FOREST!!!!! THOSE WILD DOGS FUCK U UP… best game ever!! this game got more win than Charlie Sheen on a Tiger Blood & Coke Binge..


  10. GamezGlitchZ

    March 8, 2014 at 13:42

  11. Sk3tz0

    March 9, 2014 at 15:23

    Finished it last Night.. I do recommend any1 playing to put it on Hardcore Difficulty,, just so much more fun in the Boss fights..


  12. addiethebaddie

    March 14, 2014 at 03:53

    I just finished it today. Took about 12hrs. Its fuckin awesome. I missed gunrilla and now im pissed off lol


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