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Aug 19

International Names for New Pokémon Revealed at Worlds 2016 / New Pokémon-GX Card for TCG

Posted by Adamant | August 19th 2016 at 01:57 PM EDT
Tags: TCG, Press Release, YouTube, Pokémon Sun, Pokémon Moon
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The Pokémon Company International revealed the worldwide names for 4 new Pokémon which were revealed in the September 2016 issues of Corocoro. In addition, they also announced a new kind of card coming to the Pokémon Trading Card Game called Pokémon-GX.

NEW POKÉMON REVEALED FOR POKÉMON SUN AND POKÉMON MOON

Fans at the 2016 Pokémon World Championships Among the First to See Crabrawler, Plus New Pokémon-GX Cards from Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon

SAN FRANCISCO, CA —August 19, 2016— At the 2016 Pokémon World Championships today, The Pokémon Company International gave its passionate fans a first look at new Pokémon coming to the highly anticipated Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon video games, available exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. The fascinating Alola region Pokémon will appear in the latest generation of Pokémon video games that will launch in Europe on November 23. Additionally, TPCi announced Pokémon-GX, a new kind of card coming to the Pokémon Trading Card Game (TCG) as part of the Sun & Moon Series, at the brand’s premier fan event in San Francisco.

The newly revealed Alola region Pokémon include:

Crabrawler Stufful
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Type: Fighting Type: Normal/Fighting
Crabrawler is a Boxing Pokémon that really hates to lose. It can be found clinging to buildings with its powerful pincers that also pack a powerful punch, or gathering around trees in search of Berries, its favourite food. Stufful may have a small body, but this Pokémon has extraordinary strength. Despite its cute, fluffy appearance, Stufful dislikes being touched and will flail its arms in protest. Stufful evolves into Bewear.

Sandygast Palossand
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Type: Ghost/Ground Type: Ghost/Ground
Sandygast emerges when the grudges of fallen Pokémon soak into the sand after battle, and its tunnel-like mouth can suck the vitality from people and Pokémon. Sandygast also features a new Water Compaction Ability, never before seen in other Pokémon, where its Defense stat goes up by two if it’s hit with a Water-type move. Sandygast evolves into Palossand. Palossand disguises itself as a sandcastle, with its shovel on top serving, it is believed, as a radar to search out prey. Unsuspecting small Pokémon are dragged into Palossand’s body through its sandy vortex so it can steal their life force.

Trailer - New Pokémon Are Ready for Adventure in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon!


Trailer - Change the Game with Pokémon-GX!


Article edited on 2016-08-19 05:54:00 by Sunain
Aug 16

Pokémon event at GameStop on August 20th, 2016

Posted by Adamant | August 16th 2016 at 01:49 PM EDT
Tags: Press Release, Nintendo, Omega Ruby, Alpha Sapphire, GameStop
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Nintendo has announced that it has partnered with GameStop in the United States to hold an event at participating locations to celebrate the 2016 Pokemon World Championships and to promote the upcoming games Pokémon Sun and Moon. Full details are in the press release below.

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Pokémon event at GameStop on 8/20

If you can't make the 2016 Pokémon World Championships in San Francisco on the weekend of August 19th, stop by select GameStop stores to compete against other Pokémon fans in Pokémon Omega Ruby or Pokémon Alpha Sapphire. The first 50 people at each event on Saturday, August 20th from 12:00pm – 3:00pm (local time) will receive a set of Pokémon Sun & Pokémon Moon art cards while supplies last. And also don’t forget to pre-order your copies of Pokémon Sun & Pokémon Moon. Starting August 19th at 9am (Pacific Time), check out the live action of the 2016 Pokemon World Championships by visiting Pokemon.com/Live.

If you can't make the 2016 Pokémon World Championships in San Francisco on the weekend of August 19th, stop by select GameStop stores to compete against other Pokémon fans in Pokémon Omega Ruby or Pokémon Alpha Sapphire. The first 50 people at each event on Saturday, August 20th from 12:00pm – 3:00pm (local time) will receive a set of Pokémon Sun & Pokémon Moon art cards while supplies last. And also don’t forget to pre-order your copies of Pokémon Sun & Pokémon Moon. Starting August 19th at 9am (Pacific Time), check out the live action of the 2016 Pokemon World Championships by visiting Pokemon.com/Live.

Event Locations

Address City State/ Province Postal Code
5964 Chalkville Mountain Rd Birmingham AL 35235
6275 University Dr NW, Ste 28A Huntsville AL 35806
559 Elsinger Blvd, Ste 461 Conway AR 72032
637 E Joyce Blvd, Ste 106 Fayetteville AR 72703
9284 W Northern Ave, Ste 102 Glendale AZ 85305
1766 S Greenfield Rd, Ste 105 Mesa AZ 85206
785 W Herndon Ave, Ste 300 Clovis CA 93612
2620 Tuscany St, Ste 105 Corona CA 92881
3972 Barranca Pkwy, Ste B Irvine CA 92606
3030 Plaza Bonita Rd, Ste 2024 National City CA 91950
24919 Pico Canyon Rd Stevenson Ranch CA 91381
15524 Whittier Blvd, Bldg 8 Whittier CA 90603
960 S Colorado Blvd Denver CO 80246
965 S Hover St, Ste A2 Longmont CO 80501
2997 Berlin Turnpike, Spc 130 Newington CT 06111
4345 Kirkwood Hwy, Ste 100 Wilmington DE 19808
11025 Causeway Blvd Brandon FL 33511
10021 Gulf Center Dr, Ste 220 Fort Myers FL 33913
1001 W 49th St, Ste 3 Hialeah FL 33012
4668 Town Crossing Dr, Ste 131 Jacksonville FL 32246
Treasure Coast Square, 3086 NW Federal Hwy Jensen Beach FL 34957
3720 Park Blvd Pinellas Park FL 33781
2101 N Federal Hwy, Ste D-105 Pompano Beach FL 33062
5000 S Clyde Morris Blvd, Ste 7 Port Orange FL 32127
3119 Daniels Rd, Spc 104 Winter Garden FL 34787
2769 Chastain Meadows Pkwy, Ste 10 Marietta GA 30066
344 Newnan Crossing Bypass Newnan GA 30265
7804 Oglethorpe Mall, Ste 271 Savannah GA 31406
1708 Scenic Hwy Snellville GA 30078
550 36th Ave SW, Unit M Altoona IA 50009
6451 W Diversey Ave, Ste G-9 Chicago IL 60707
5579 Northwest Hwy Crystal Lake IL 60014
1026 S Elmhurst Rd Mount Prospect IL 60056
14405 Clay Terrace Blvd, Ste 135 Carmel IN 46032
7319 US 31 S, Ste B Indianapolis IN 46227
2291 North Oak Rd Plymouth IN 46563
2413 N Maize Rd, Ste 103 Wichita KS 67205
125 E Reynolds Rd, Ste 140 Lexington KY 40517
4243 Outer Loop Rd Louisville KY 40219
6725 Siegen Lane, Ste M Baton Rouge LA 70809
796 E I-10 Serv Rd, Ste 130 Slidell LA 70461
26 Orchard Hill Park Dr Leominster MA 01453
179 Annapolis Mall Annapolis MD 21401
7820 Wormans Mill Rd Lewistown MD 21701
1238 Putty Hill Ave, Ste 80 Towson MD 21286
378 Maine Mall Rd South Portland ME 04106
3192 S Linden Rd, Spc B-112 Flint MI 48507
3150-L Alpie Ave Walker MI 49544
7044 N Wayne Rd Westland MI 48185
378 North Garden Bloomington MN 55425
2480 Fairview Ave N Roseville MN 55113
7106 NW 86th Terrace Kansas City MO 64153
14248 Manchester Rd, Ste B Manchester MO 63011
2825 S Glenstone Ave Springfield MO 65804
1011 Hampstead Blvd Clinton MS 39056
175 Goodman Rd W, Ste C Southaven MS 38671
1590 Skibo Rd Fayetteville NC 28303
11025 Carolina Place Pkwy, Ste D-6 Pineville NC 28134
6858 Main St Wilmington NC 28405
8540 S 71st Plz, Ste B Papillion NE 68133
44 Fort Eddy Rd Concord NH 03301
400 Commons Way, Ste S-3280 Bridgewater NJ 08807
2000 Clements Bridge Rd Deptford NJ 08096
561 US Highway 1, Ste E8 Edison NJ 08817
9311 Coors Blvd NW, Ste 01-3 Albuquerque NM 87114
2370 E Serene Ave, Ste 240 5 Las Vegas NV 89123
3701 McKinley Pkwy Blasdell NY 14219
579 Troy Schenectady Rd, Ste 226 Latham NY 12110
3513 Hempstead Turnpike Levittown NY 11756
32 E 14th St New York NY 10003
1955 South Road Poughkeepsie NY 12601
9598 Destiny USA Dr Syracuse NY 13204
5106 B Northern Blvd Woodside NY 11377
2727 Fairfield Commons Blvd, Ste E273 Dayton OH 45431
3100 Main St, Ste 1125 Maumee OH 43537
5102 Great Northern Plz S North Olmsted OH 44070
2923 Taylor Square Reynoldsburg OH 43068
1154 Hinkle Dr, Unit F Wadsworth OH 44281
2419 W Kenosha St Broken Arrow OK 74012
1640 S Sooner Rd, Ste A Midwest City OK 73110
12000 SE 82nd Ave, Ste 2020 Happy Valley OR 97086
617 S Trooper Rd Audubon PA 19403
101 Clearview Cir Butler PA 16001
1114 Commerce Blvd Dickson City PA 18519
127 Park City Center Lancaster PA 17601
11A Monroeville Mall Monroeville PA 15146
300 Quaker Lane, Ste C-17 Warwick RI 02886
2150 Northwoods Blvd, Unit B22 Charleston SC 29406
10050 Two Notch Rd, Ste 3 Columbia SC 29223
1511 Woodruff Rd, Ste F Greenville SC 29607
4259 Sam Walton Way Knoxville TN 37938
617 S Cumberland St Lebanon TN 37087
816 W McDermott Dr Allen TX 75013
10000 Research Blvd, Ste 564 Austin TX 78759
7013 Highway 6 N Houston TX 77095
5085 Westheimer, Ste 3555 Houston TX 77056
10013 Almeda-Genoa Rd, Ste B Houston TX 77075
3300 W Expressway 83, Ste G-03 Mcallen TX 78501
8336 Agora Pkwy, Ste 120 Selma TX 78154
1251 E Southlake Blvd, Spc 351 Southlake TX 76092
6739 S Broadway Ave, Ste 1 Tyler TX 75703
621 W Market Place Dr Centerville UT 84014
3170 Linden Dr Bristol VA 24202
129 Community St Charlottesville VA 22911
768 Hilltop North Center Virginia Beach VA 23451
1402 SE Everett Mall Way, Ste 163 Everett WA 98208
300 Andover Park West, Ste 100 Tukwila WA 98188
3825 E Calumet St, Ste 500 Appleton WI 54915
7420 W Holmes Ave Greenfield WI 53220
8118 Mineral Point Rd Madison WI 53719

Source: http://www.nintendo.com/whatsnew/detail/pokemon-event-at-gamestop-on-8-20

Article edited on 2016-08-18 03:26:04 by Sunain
Aug 12

Entry Restrictions at the 2016 World Championships / Play! Pokémon Changes in 2017

Posted by Sunain | August 12th 2016 at 08:28 PM EDT
Tags: Video Games, TCG, Press Release, Pokémon World Championships
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The official Pokémon website has announced that for the 2016 World Championships that take place in San Francisco from August 19th until August 21st, 2016, the general public will be unable to attend due to limited venue space. Fans wishing to see the World Championships are being told to watch the stream of the event.

Also announced were changes to the upcoming Play! Pokémon 2017 Championship Series. More money will be given out to players as well as additional travel certificates to make it easier for players to be able to attend events.

Entry Restrictions at the 2016 World Championships

Please read this important message about new venue entry regulations for the 2016 Pokémon World Championships.

Due to limited venue capacity and overwhelming demand, the 2016 Pokémon World Championships will be closed to the general public in the interest of providing the best possible event experience to our qualified players and their families. While the event has been open to the public in years past, only invited players and their families will be permitted to enter the venue this year, and everyone must have an official event badge.

Each invited player will be given a Player badge. Each invited player under 18 years of age will be guaranteed one Guest badge at check-in, to allow one parent or guardian into the event venue. We will do our best to accommodate additional family members of invited players, but attendees should note that additional Guest badges are not guaranteed. Any additional Guest badges will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, and supplies are limited. An email with these details is being sent to invited players.

Fans who want to follow the action from the 2016 Pokémon World Championships can head to Pokemon.com/Live, where we'll be broadcasting Pokémon Trading Card Game, video game, and Pokkén Tournament matches all weekend long. Thank you for understanding the changes to the event's attendance in 2016.

Source: http://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/entry-restrictions-at-the-2016-world-championships/

Big Play! Pokémon Changes on the Way for 2017

Check out the major revisions coming to the world of competitive Pokémon gaming.

Get ready for an epic year of competitive Pokémon TCG and video game battling at all levels—including the Championship Series—with all-new events in the 2017 Play! Pokémon season. We're making significant changes to the program to improve players' chances to compete and win across the world. Take a look.

This year, we're introducing a new Championship Series event in each of the four core rating zones. The European Championships, North American Championships, Latin American Championships, and Asia Pacific Championships will take place throughout the season and are open to all players worldwide. These amazing events will feature high Championship Point payouts and a total prize pool of nearly $250,000 per event. In addition, Travel Awards and Stipends will be available to players worldwide based on Championship Point performance in their home rating zone. Travel Awards and Stipends available for each of these events may vary by rating zone and by age division. Stay tuned for more details closer to the events.

Pokémon Regional Championships will now be more accessible to players around the world and will feature bigger prizes. Every Regionals will offer more than $50,000 in prize money, scholarships, and Travel Certificates based on attendance. These competitions will be spread more evenly throughout the 2017 Championship Series season instead of clustered over several weekends during the year, making it easier for players to attend multiple Regionals throughout the season. There are no residency restrictions for 2017 Pokémon Regional Championships; players are free to travel to foreign events. Travel Certificates earned at Regionals will be deposited to a travel account that winners may use as they wish.

City Championships will now be known as League Cup events. Participating hobby stores will be eligible to host one League Cup event per quarter, giving Pokémon TCG players more opportunities to play in their local area. The Championship Points structure for top finishers at a League Cup event will be the same as for the former City Championships. Also, Pokémon League Challenges will return as entry-level events, giving Pokémon TCG players a great place to get started and even more opportunities to compete in local events.

The Premier Challenge and Midseason Showdown events will return in the 2017 Championship Series season as local events for Pokémon video game players. Premier Challenges will provide players with frequent opportunities to play at local events and to try out new strategies in smaller events. Midseason Showdowns are larger events that will give players the opportunity to compete for a greater number of Championship Points in their local area.

At every event listed above, players can earn Championship Points to qualify for the most prestigious event in the Championship Series: the Pokémon World Championships. Championship Point totals needed to qualify for the 2017 World Championships will be announced in September.

Play! Pokémon will no longer host Pokémon State or National Championships. The Play! Pokémon team may approve independently operated National Championships on a case-by-case basis. The Championship Points and prizes available at these events will vary.

We look forward to seeing you at Play! Pokémon events during the 2017 season. Good luck throughout the year on your climb toward the title of Pokémon World Champion.

Stay tuned for more information on specific events during the 2017 Championship Series season.

Source: http://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/big-play-pokemon-changes-on-the-way-for-2017/

Article edited on 2016-08-12 08:28:28 by Sunain
Aug 11

Discover More Pokémon and Meet Team Skull in Pokémon Sun and Moon / September 2016 Corocoro

Posted by Sunain | August 11th 2016 at 12:11 PM EDT
Tags: Corocoro, Press Release, YouTube, Pokémon Sun, Pokémon Moon
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The Pokémon Company International and Nintendo announced on August 1st, 2016 just after the last batch of information was released that new information about Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon would be revealed on August 11th, 2016. That information was released today and features information on Team Skull and Pokémon. High resolution images from the press release have been added to our Imageboard thread.

New Pokémon—Wishiwashi, Pyukumuku, Morelull and More Alolan Pokémon Variants—Revealed for Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon!

New details about Alola region ruffians Team Skull also announced
Bellevue, Washington—August 11, 2016— The Pokémon Company International and Nintendo announced several new Pokémon and characters that can be found in the highly anticipated Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon video games, available exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. These Pokémon appear in the newest Pokémon video games, launching in North America on November 18.

Team Skull

In the Alola region, a group of ruffians known as Team Skull causes a lot of trouble. They steal other people’s Pokémon, mess up the trial sites, and delight in all kinds of evil deeds.

Team Skull Boss: Guzma Team Skull Admin: Plumeria Team Skull Grunts
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Guzma is the boss of Team Skull, the one who holds these ruffians together. Guzma pours on the attacks, battling without mercy. He certainly does seem strong, but he claims that he “never could become captain.” He seems to have a bone to pick with Professor Kukui, as well. Plumeria is considered the big sister of Team Skull. She’s a tough lady who keeps the members of Team Skull in line and working together, in the sort of way a strict older sister would. She seems to care for the Grunts who are below her in the pecking order, and she’s not one to let it go if anyone gives them a walloping. Both male and female Team Skull Grunts wear matching black Skull Tanks. And these uniforms aren’t even provided for them—all Grunts have to buy their own!

The newly revealed Pokémon include:

Wishiwashi Pyukumuku Morelull
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Type: Water Type: Water Type: Grass/Fairy
Wishiwashi have a new Ability, Schooling, which no Pokémon has previously had. Under certain conditions, Wishiwashi will change in battle to their School Form.

· Solo Form
A single Wishiwashi is tiny and weak. Measuring just eight inches from nose to tail, Wishiwashi is very small, even for a Pokémon. Yet the people of the Alola region seem to view it as a terrifying Pokémon. When it’s in danger, Wishiwashi’s glistening eyes catch the light and shine out, sending a distress signal to its allies.

· School Form
The seemingly weak Wishiwashi is called the demon of the sea because of its ferocious School Form. When Wishiwashi receive a distress signal, they unite in a huge battle formation.
Due to their appearance and way of life, Pyukumuku are considered unappealing to tourists. Part-time work pulling Pyukumuku off the beach and chucking them back into the sea is available at tourist beaches. But no matter how far they’re thrown, Pyukumuku will always return to the same spot. Pyukumuku have a new Ability, Innards Out, which no other Pokémon has had before. When this Pokémon faints, Innards Out lets it dish out a final bit of damage to its opponent, equal to the amount of HP it had left before it received the final blow. Morelull are nocturnal Pokémon that walk around at night on their leg-like roots. They move because staying in one spot and sucking all the nutrients from the soil would cause surrounding plants to wither. With their roots, they make contact with other Morelull and communicate with one another.

Pokémon Adapted to the Alola Region

Some Pokémon have adapted to the distinctive microclimates of the Alola region and have taken on different forms than they have in other regions. These Pokémon are called regional variants. After settling in the Alola region, they live like native Pokémon. These regional variant Pokémon can have different appearances and types, and their way of living can also differ from that of the forms previously known.

Alolan Meowth Alolan Marowak Alolan Raichu
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Meowth is a Pokémon that did not originally live in the Alola region. They were sent to the royal family of Alola as an offering from another region, and only a select few could have them as partners. It’s said that the Meowth that were offered to the royalty lived a life of luxury and pampering, which led them to have a selfish and prideful attitude. This caused Meowth’s form to change. The Marowak in the Alola region take bones and light both ends on fire by rubbing them against their foreheads. Then they spin the bones around! Marowak’s rarity and its fearsome appearance when it dances with its bone led the people of Alola to dub it a conjurer and regard it with fear. The Raichu in Alola have two types—Electric and Psychic—and they are able to wield psychic power. What’s more, they can gather their psychic power in their tails and then ride on them to float in the air!

Trailer - Discover More Pokémon and Meet Team Skull in Pokémon Sun and Moon!


September 2016 Corocoro

Pictures from the September 2016 Corocoro issue revealed some additional information and details about the upcoming games.

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  • The small sandcastle Pokémon is called Sunaba and the larger sandcastle Pokémon is called Shirodesuna. Both are Ghost/Ground-type.
  • The Nuikoguma is a Normal/Fighting-type and is the pre-evolved form of Kiteruguma.

Article edited on 2016-08-12 03:26:06 by Sunain
Aug 04

Maintaining and Running the Pokémon GO Service

Posted by Adamant | August 4th 2016 at 12:33 PM EDT
Tags: Press Release, Pokémon GO
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Niantic recently posted a blog article to update players on their server stabilizing efforts and the game launch in new countries. The blog post explains why 3rd party apps and services are being blocked by Niantic.

Update on Maintaining and Running the Pokémon GO Service

As some of you may have noticed we recently rolled out Pokémon GO to Latin America including Brazil. We were very excited to finally be able to take this step. We were delayed in doing that due to aggressive efforts by third parties to access our servers outside of the Pokémon GO game client and our terms of service. We blocked some more of those attempts yesterday. Since there has been some public discussion about this, we wanted to shed some more light on why we did this and why these seemingly innocuous sites and apps actually hurt our ability to deliver the game to new and existing players. The chart below shows the drop in server resources consumed when we blocked scrapers. Freeing those resources allowed us to proceed with the Latin America launch.

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In addition to hampering our ability to bring Pokémon GO to new markets, dealing with this issue also has opportunity cost. Developers have to spend time controlling this problem vs. building new features. It’s worth noting that some of the tools used to access servers to scrape data have also served as platforms for bots and cheating which negatively impact all Trainers. There is a range of motives here from blatant commercial ventures to enthusiastic fans but the negative impact on game resources is the same.

Of course, there are also outright hackers out there attempting to break into systems, hijack social media accounts, and even bring down the service. Some of them have posted publicly about their attempts.

We don’t expect these attempts to stop. But we do want you to understand why we have taken the steps we have and why we will continue to take steps to maintain the stability and integrity of the game.

We value feedback from our community. We have heard feedback about the Nearby feature in the game and are actively working on it. Over the past three and half years many of us in the company have traveled throughout the country and, in fact, around the world to meet, play, and learn from our Ingress user community. And we look forward to doing the same with the Pokémon GO community. Please keep your game ideas and feedback coming. We look forward to getting the game on stable footing so we can begin to work on new features.

Source: http://pokemongo.nianticlabs.com/en/post/update-080416/

Article edited on 2016-08-14 01:27:43 by Sunain
Aug 02

Discover the Alpha Pokémon Arceus at GAME for your Nintendo 3DS today!

Posted by Adamant | August 2nd 2016 at 12:47 PM EDT
Tags: TCG, Press Release, Event Pokémon, Game
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London, United Kingdom: 2 August 2016— Pokémon 20th celebrations continue as fans are invited to head to GAME stores to collect the Mythical Pokémon Arceus and the latest Pokémon merchandise. Owners of Pokémon Omega Ruby, Pokémon Alpha Sapphire, Pokémon X or Pokémon Y for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems can head into their local GAME store and receive Arceus, one of the Mythical Pokémon of the Sinnoh region, for free.

Arceus is the Alpha Pokémon which originally debuted in Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl in 2007. According to the legends of Sinnoh, Arceus emerged from a Pokémon Egg and shaped all there is. Arceus has the power to become any Pokémon type while holding special corresponding plates, discovered in various locations across the Hoenn region in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire. This Arceus is distributed with the following attributes:

· LEVEL: 100
· TYPE: Normal
· ABILITY: Multitype
· MOVES: Judgment, Recover, Hyper Beam, Perish Song


Arceus is available now at GAME. Fans of the Pokémon Trading Card Game can join the celebration with the release of the Pokémon TCG: Mythical Pokémon Collection—Arceus on 3 August. This collection includes a special Arceus promo card, a pin of the Mythical Pokémon, two Pokémon TCG: Generations booster packs and a code to unlock cards in the Pokémon TCG Online.

Article edited on 2016-08-14 01:30:03 by Sunain
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