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PocketMonsters.net is a fansite dedicated to all things Pokémon (ポケモン) and Pocket Monsters (ポケットモンスター). We are the premier site for news and information about all aspects of the franchise from around the world. We cover the Anime, indexing the music, the Trading Card Game, the Games, the variety shows, have a large imageboard, forum and much more. Follow us on Twitter and Subscribe to our RSS Feed for the latest updates!

Upcoming Episodes

New titles are revealed in various publications such as: TV guides, childrens' magazines, anime magazines, promotional posters and videos, official websites and official television programs. Titles and their translations are added to our episode guide and the chart below when the titles are revealed.
Date Title(s)
Feb 01 2020 Flag SMUL 49: Exhibition Unmasked!
Final Battle! Satoshi VS Kukui!!
Feb 02 2020 Flag PM2019 11: コハルとワンパチと、時々、ゲンガー
Koharu, Wanpachi, and Sometimes Gangar Too
Feb 08 2020 Flag SMUL 50: A Full Battle Bounty!
Burn with Passion! Get Filled with Intensity! A Full Battle!!!
Feb 09 2020 Flag PM2019 12: ダイマックスバトル!最強王者ダンデ!!
Daimax Battle! Dande, The Greatest of Them All!!
Feb 15 2020 Flag SMUL 51: Fiery Surprises!
Conclusion! Gaogaen VS Nyaheat!!
Feb 22 2020 Flag SMUL 52: From Z to Shining Z!
The Greatest Z in Alola! Kapu-Kokeko VS Pikachu!!
Feb 29 2020 Flag SMUL 53: Dreaming of the Sun and Moon!
The Sun, the Moon and Everyone's Dreams!
Mar 07 2020 Flag SMUL 54: Thank You, Alola! The Journey Continues!
Thank You, Alola! Respective Departures!!
Jul 10 2020 Flag Movie 23: ココ
Coco
Jan 28

Pokémon HOME Premium Plan

Posted by Sunain | January 28th 2020 at 12:22 PM EST
Tags: Nintendo Switch, Pokémon Sword, Pokémon Shield, Pokémon Home
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The official Pokémon website has announced the pricing for the Pokémon HOME Premium Plan in the United States which will be available in February 2020. With Pokémon HOME, you can move Pokémon between compatible games, trade Pokémon on the go, and more! The Premium Plan will cost $16 USD on top of a $20 USD Nintendo Online Service if you want to play SwSh online as well and another $5 for Pokémon Bank. Pokémon GO compatibility will also not be available at the launch of the Pokémon HOME service. High resolution images from the press release have been added to an Imageboard thread.

Pokémon HOME is a cloud service for Nintendo Switch and compatible mobile devices designed as a place where all Pokémon can gather. By linking the same Nintendo Account to both the Nintendo Switch version and mobile version of Pokémon HOME, you’ll be able to access the same Pokémon Boxes on both versions!

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Press Release - POKÉMON HOME TO LAUNCH IN FEBRUARY 2020

New Pokémon Cloud Service App Can Manage Collection of Pokémon across Multiple Games

Today, The Pokémon Company International and Nintendo announced more details for the new cloud service app Pokémon HOME. The app enables Trainers to continue their Pokémon adventures beyond a single game system and manage their collection of Pokémon across many of their games. Pokémon HOME will launch in February 2020 for iOS and Android devices as well as Nintendo Switch.
 
Designed as a place where all Pokémon can gather, Pokémon HOME will enable Trainers to bring over Pokémon from linked Pokémon series games and deposit them in Pokémon Boxes in the cloud or move them around to linked compatible games. Also, by linking the same Nintendo Account to both the Nintendo Switch version and the mobile device version, fans will be able to access the same Pokémon Boxes from both hardware platforms. The Nintendo Switch version of Pokémon HOME supports connectivity with the Nintendo Switch games Pokémon Sword, Pokémon Shield, Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu!, and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! Both the Nintendo Switch version and the mobile device version of Pokémon HOME support connectivity with the Nintendo 3DS software Pokémon Bank. Support for Pokémon GO is also in development.

Connecting Pokémon HOME to Pokémon Games
 
Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield can link to the Nintendo Switch version of Pokémon HOME. Once the games are linked, users can deposit or retrieve Pokémon that can be obtained using those games.
 
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Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! can link to the Nintendo Switch version of Pokémon HOME. Users can move Pokémon back and forth between Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! or into Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield. Once a Pokémon from Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! or Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! is moved to Pokémon Sword or Pokémon Shield, it cannot be returned to its original game.
 
If a user is enrolled in a Premium Plan (paid), they will be able to move Pokémon from Nintendo 3DS Pokémon titles to Pokémon HOME using Pokémon Bank. Once a Pokémon from Pokémon Bank is moved into Pokémon HOME, it cannot be moved back to Pokémon Bank.
 
To celebrate the release of Pokémon HOME, Pokémon Bank and Poké Transporter will be available at no cost for a one-month period after Pokémon HOME is released. Trainers will be able to bring over Pokémon from various Pokémon series games using Pokémon Bank and Poké Transporter. Once they have their Pokémon in Pokémon Bank, Trainers will then be able to move the Pokémon to Pokémon HOME.
 
Trade Pokémon
There are four ways to trade Pokémon using Pokémon HOME on a mobile device. This makes it possible to trade Pokémon anywhere and anytime.
 

  • Pokémon placed in the Wonder Box can be traded with people around the world. Pokémon placed in the Wonder Box will be traded even when Pokémon HOME is not being used.
  • With the Global Trade System (GTS), fans can specify which Pokémon they want to trade and which Pokémon they want to receive. They will then be matched with a Trainer if both meet each other’s criteria.
  • Room Trade lets Trainers create a room and trade Pokémon among the people who join. Each room can hold up to 20 people. Trading in rooms has no cost, but users will only be able to create rooms when enrolled in a Premium Plan (paid).
  • Friend Trade allows Trainers to trade their Pokémon with nearby users who they have become friends with in Pokémon HOME. Trainers can add friends using the Add Friend feature in Pokémon HOME.
 
More Features
Pokémon HOME has many features that Trainers can use to connect with games in the Pokémon series and more.
 
  • Pokémon will be registered to the National Pokédex when users deposit them in the Boxes in Pokémon HOME. If users deposit a Pokémon that can Mega Evolve or Gigantamax, then these forms will also be registered. In the National Pokédex, Trainers will be able to see Pokédex entries from various games in one place. With the mobile device version of Pokémon HOME, users will also be able to search by Pokémon Abilities or moves.
  • Trainers can receive Mystery Gifts in the mobile device version of Pokémon HOME. With this feature, they can receive Mystery Gifts for Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield as well as gifts specifically for Pokémon HOME. Pokémon received in Pokémon HOME can be directly deposited in a Box in Pokémon HOME. Trainers can also receive some gifts, such as items for Pokémon, by receiving a code for a Mystery Gift in Pokémon HOME and then using that code in Pokémon Sword or Pokémon Shield.
  • If a Trainer has enrolled in a Premium Plan, they will have access to the Judge function, which allows them to check how strong their Pokémon are.
  • In the Your Room section, Trainers will be able to see all sorts of information about events or the games they’ve connected to Pokémon HOME. They’ll also be able to edit their profile using stickers. They can obtain stickers in Pokémon HOME when they meet certain conditions or perform certain tasks known as Challenges.
  • In the mobile device version of Pokémon HOME, users can check out how Ranked Battles and various Online Competitions in Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield are going, as well as the rankings of the Pokémon being used in them. By going to Battle Data, they’ll be able to see the battle records of each Trainer as well as information about what moves are popular among the Pokémon in the competitions.
  • In Pokémon HOME for mobile devices, Trainers will be able to receive news about Pokémon being distributed as gifts and information about Online Competitions for Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield.
  • Pokémon HOME Points are points that accumulate in Pokémon HOME as Trainers deposit more Pokémon. When using the Nintendo Switch version of Pokémon HOME, Trainers will be able to exchange their Pokémon HOME Points for BP (Battle Points) to be used in core Pokémon series games.
 
There are some differences in what the Nintendo Switch version and the mobile device version of Pokémon HOME can do. Certain features can be expanded or added when Trainers enroll in a Premium Plan.

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The Premium Plan has a few different subscription options.
 

Nintendo eShop pricing structure:

Subscription length Price UK Price USA Price Japan Price Europe Price Korea
1 month (30 days) £2.69 $2.99 ¥ 370 2,99 € 3,900원
3 months (90 days) £4.49 $4.99 ¥ 610 4,99 € 5,900원
12 months (365 days) £14.39 $15.99 ¥ 1,960 15,99 € 20,000원

iOS and Android device pricing structure:

Subscription length Price UK Price Europe
1 month (30 days) £2.99 3,49 €
3 months (90 days) £4.99 5,49 €
12 months (365 days) £15.99 17,99 €

Trade Pokémon

Use your mobile device to trade Pokémon anytime, anywhere! There are four ways to trade Pokémon using Pokémon HOME on your mobile device.

Wonder Box
Pokémon placed in the Wonder Box can be traded with people around the world before you even know it! The Pokémon placed in the Wonder Box will be traded even when you’re not using Pokémon HOME.

You’ll be able to increase the number of Pokémon you can trade at once by enrolling in a Premium Plan (paid).

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GTS
With the GTS, you’ll be able to specify which Pokémon you want to trade and which Pokémon you want to receive and then be matched with a Trainer whose requests meet your criteria. You’ll even be able to request Pokémon that you haven’t yet registered in Pokémon HOME’s National Pokédex!

You’ll be able to increase the number of Pokémon you can trade at once by enrolling in a Premium Plan (paid).

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Room Trade
Room Trade lets you create a room and trade Pokémon among the people who join. Each room can hold up to 20 people. To add a little suspense, you won’t know what Pokémon you’ll receive until the trade is complete.

Trading in rooms has no cost, but you’ll only be able to create rooms when enrolled in a Premium Plan (paid).

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Friend Trade
Friend Trade allows you to trade your Pokémon with other users who you’ve become friends with in Pokémon HOME. You can add friends using the Add Friend feature in Pokémon HOME.

The features related to adding and managing friends in Pokémon HOME cannot be used by users under the age of 16.

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Source: https://home.pokemon.com/en-us/premium/

Article edited on 2020-01-28 03:17:08 by Sunain
Jan 28

Pokémon GO - Battle other Trainers globally soon—the GO Battle League has started rolling out!

Posted by Sunain | January 28th 2020 at 11:09 AM EST
Tags: Press Release, Pokémon GO, Niantic
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Niantic has announced details of the GO Battle League. The GO Battle League will start gradually becoming available to Trainers based on Trainer level. Pikachu Libre and avatar items inspired by it will be GO Battle League rewards.

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Pokémon GO - Battle other Trainers globally soon—the GO Battle League has started rolling out!

Trainers, The GO Battle League is on its way! This week, the GO Battle League will start gradually becoming available to Trainers based on Trainer level. Game features are rolled out in this fashion in order to maintain stability. At launch, the first preseason of the GO Battle League will kick off. During preseason, we will continue to optimize and tune the feature so that Season 1 can be the best season that it can be!

What is preseason?
Preseason is a period of time before a season of competitive play begins. With your help, we will be able to optimize and balance the GO Battle League feature during this time. We will also be taking this time to learn about how the GO Battle League is being used in order to determine things like ideal length of seasons, rating thresholds for ranks, and more. In a previous blog post, we mentioned some details that have already been decided: Trainer Battles within the GO Battle League will rotate between the three leagues, you’ll be able to rank against your fellow Trainers, and you’ll earn rewards for ranking.

For the preseason, the GO Battle League will begin with the Great League, then move on to the Ultra League and the Master League. Leagues will rotate every two weeks. You can still rank during preseason, but your rank will be partially reset at the beginning of Season 1. You will still earn rewards for battling and winning, so this is a great time to practice and earn some cool rewards as well.

The GO Battle League’s preseason kicks off now with the Great League. The preseason will rotate formats to the Ultra League on Monday, February 10, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST. The Master League will follow on Monday, February 24, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST, with the Great League returning once again on Monday, March 9, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. PST. Stay tuned for more details on when the preseason will end and Season 1 will begin.

GO Battle League rewards
We’d like to share some info about the rewards you’ll be receiving for taking part in the GO Battle League.

  • Rewards will be determined by rank and battles won. Trainers will be asked to walk five kilometers in order to earn entry into the GO Battle League and unlock five online matches, and this can be done up to three times a day—keep in mind that you’ll need to complete those five matches before you can earn progress toward the five-kilometer goal to unlock the next set. As you battle, you can receive a large amount of Stardust depending on your rank and how many of the five battles you win. More wins earn you more Stardust! You’ll also be able to earn important battle-related items (like Rare Candies and TMs) and exclusive Pokémon encounters!
  • Pikachu Libre and avatar items inspired by it will be GO Battle League rewards! Clad in a wrestling-themed costume, Pikachu Libre was first featured in Pokémon Omega Ruby, Pokémon Alpha Sapphire, and Pokkén Tournament. It’ll be making its Pokémon GO debut as a Pokémon that can be encountered exclusively via participation in the GO Battle League. As you rise in the ranks during the preseason, you can also look forward to avatar items inspired by Pikachu Libre as exclusive rewards. Be sure to dress up with some of those items to show off your battling prowess, since only participants in the GO Battle League can obtain them!
  • Premium Raid Passes are now Premium Battle Passes. This pass might look familiar—it’s the Premium Raid Pass but with a new name! This pass can be used to enter Raid Battles or to enter the premium track in the GO Battle League. Trainers might find winning on the premium track even more rewarding! The Premium Battle Pass will allow you to receive better rewards each time you win, and it will also lower the number of wins needed to earn certain Pokémon encounters. Using a Premium Battle Pass does not affect your rank or rating—the only way to improve those is to win.
  • Use Battle Now to gain early access to the GO Battle League. Just finished your walk and realized you still have one kilometer left to walk before you can battle? The Battle Now feature gives you the ability to spend PokéCoins to enter the GO Battle League early. The cost decreases as you get closer to the five-kilometer goal. Note that you still need to walk at least two kilometers before you can use this option. There’s no substitute for getting out and walking! You can always walk the full distance to enter the GO Battle League without spending PokéCoins.

Make sure you’re subscribed to receive push notifications to find out when the GO Battle League will become available to everyone! In celebration of the release of GO Battle League, your first set of GO Battle League battles is on us, so you won’t need to walk five kilometers to try it out! Follow our social channels after the feature rolls out this week to stay updated as the preseason progresses, and share your favorite battle moments with #GOBattle. Now, Trainers—let’s GO battle!

Source: https://pokemongolive.com/en/post/gobattleleague-announcement-2/

Article edited on 2020-01-28 11:09:35 by Sunain
Jan 27

Pokémon Skateboards by Bear Walker Coming to the Pokémon Center

Posted by Sunain | January 27th 2020 at 09:56 PM EST
Tags: Merchandise, Pokémon Center
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The official Pokémon website has announced they have partnered with Bear Walker to release 5 limited-edition Pokémon-themed skateboards available at the Pokémon Center.

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Pokémon Skateboards by Bear Walker Coming to the Pokémon Center

Skateboard designer Bear Walker puts a Pokémon spin on his latest boards.

Bear Walker is renowned for bringing artistry and creativity to the skateboarding world, with beautiful creations that look as good on display as they do at your feet. Now he's partnering up with Pokémon to design an incredible line of limited-edition Pokémon-themed skateboards available at the Pokémon Center.

There are five new handcrafted decks in all, each featuring a popular Pokémon: Pikachu, Charizard, Gengar, Gyarados, and Mewtwo. A hanging wall mount will also be available at the Pokémon Center so you can display your favorite board as a piece of art and show off its amazing craftsmanship and design.

These Bear Walker skateboards are scheduled to arrive at the Pokémon Center on February 11, 2020. Quantities will be limited, so be sure to check them out while you can!

Sources: https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/pokemon-skateboards-by-bear-walker-coming-to-the-pokemon-center/ and https://www.pokemoncenter.com/bear-walker

Article edited on 2020-01-27 09:57:04 by Sunain
Jan 27

Pokémon Center Singapore - Pokémon Ink Paintings

Posted by Sunain | January 27th 2020 at 09:18 PM EST
Tags: TCG, Merchandise, Pokémon Center
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The Pokémon Center Singapore has announced that they will be selling the Pokémon Ink Paintings line of merchandise starting on Saturday, February 1st, 2020, at 10 am. The line was initially released in Japan as the Okazu - Sumi-e series in December 2019.

Pokémon Ink Paintings

The traditional design of Ink Painting has always been one of significance in many different cultures. Pokémon is no exception.

Featuring the battle of the Legendary Rayquaza and Pikachu, and also that of Raikou, Entei, and Suicune, these intricate ink paintings show off the elegance and grace these Pokémon possess as they clash between each other.

Carrying on from the previous Ink Paintings we had before, these ones are sure to turn heads at any corner. Trading Card Game Trainers can also enjoy new TCG merchandise with these powerful Pokémon in hand.

Conquer any battle with them and go forth on the great legendary adventure at Pokémon Center Singapore from Saturday, 1st February 2020, at 10 am. See you there!

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Hanging Scroll Pikachu & Rayquaza Ink Painting - S$49.00
Hanging Scroll Entei & Suicune & Raikou Ink Painting - S$49.00
Soft Mobile Case for iphone Xs/X Ink Painting Pikachu - S$33.00
Soft Mobile Case for iphone Xs/X Ink Painting Rayquaza - S$33.00

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Mini Folding Screen Ink Painting 2 - S$8.00
A4 Clear File 2pcs Ink Painting - S$8.00

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Gauze Towel Pikachu & Rayquaza Ink Painting - S$10.00
Gauze Towel Entei & Suicune & Raikou Ink Painting - S$10.00

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T-shirt Ink Painting Pikachu M / L - S$48.00
T-shirt Ink Painting Rayquaza M / L - S$48.00
T-shirt Ink Painting Entei M / L - S$48.00
T-shirt Ink Painting Raikou M / L - S$48.00
T-shirt Ink Painting Suicune M / L - S$48.00

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Card Rubber Playboard Pikachu & Rayquaza Ink Painting - S$40.00
Card Rubber Playboard Entei & Suicune & Raikou Ink Painting - S$40.00
Damage Counter Case Pikachu & Rayquaza Ink Painting - S$5.00
Damage Counter Case Entei & Suicune & Raikou Ink Painting - S$5.00
Card Deck Shield Ink Painting Pikachu - S$12.00
Card Deck Shield Ink Painting Rayquaza - S$12.00
Card Deck Shield Ink Painting Entei - S$12.00
Card Deck Shield Ink Painting Suicune - S$12.00
Card Deck Shield Ink Painting Raikou - S$12.00
Card Deck Case Entei & Suicune & Raikou Ink Painting - S$6.00
Card Deck Case Pikachu & Rayquaza Ink Painting - S$6.00

※ All prices are including tax.
※ Please take note that the release date and prices are subject to change without notice.
※ Photographs are for illustrative purposes only. The actual product may differ in colour and design.
※ Stock availability may differ at various times. Please check in-store for details.
※ Quantity of products are limited and available on a first-come-first-served basis.
※ Products are only available while stocks last. In the event the item is out of stock, we apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused.
※ To ensure availability of items for all customers, a quantity restriction per item may be imposed on each customer.

Source: https://www.facebook.com/Pokemon.official.Singapore/posts/2502693560057558

Article edited on 2020-01-27 09:26:44 by Sunain
Jan 24

Pokémon Center - Pokémon Leisurely Life

Posted by Sunain | January 24th 2020 at 09:29 PM EST
Tags: Merchandise, Pokémon Center, Plushies
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A new line of merchandise will be sold at the Pokémon Center called: Pokémon Leisurely Life (Pokémon nonbiri life) and will be available starting February 8th, 2020. The totes and pouches are made of fine Kurashiki Hanpu and they are accented with bright embroidery. The simple and gentle design is perfect as a gift for all ages! Stuffed toys, mascots, and face cushions featuring Pikachu and Pochama are part of this line up.

In addition, there is a wide range of goods you many want to use every day, such as wooden coaster mugs, stainless steel bottles that can also be used as lids, hoodies, kids' size T-shirts, acrylic charms, face shape cookies in cute cans and more! Some of the items will also be available on the Amazon.co.jp Pokémon Store starting on February 15th, 2020 with pre-orders starting on February 8th, 2020 and are denoted with a (★) in the items list.

Artist: Kurashiki Hanpu (倉敷帆布) - Chiharu Sakazaki 坂崎千春(さかざき ちはる)

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A classy canvas full of warmth that has been woven from generation to generation in Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture since 1888. The canvas, made with traditional techniques and craftsmanship, goes beyond the boundaries of textiles and is attracting worldwide attention in various fields such as apparel, furniture, and miscellaneous goods.

After working in the production room of a stationery maker, he became independent in 1998. Since then, he has worked as a freelance illustrator and picture book writer. He has been involved in character production for many companies and municipalities, including JR East's "Suica Penguin", and has gained popularity from a wide range of fans.

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Kurashiki Hanpu Tote (Large) Pokémon Leisurely Life - 8,580 yen (★) | Kurashiki Hanpu Tote (Small) Pokémon Leisurely Life - 4,400 yen (★)

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Kurashiki Hanpu PC / Tablet Case Pokémon Leisurely Life - 4,400 yen (★) | Kurashiki Hanpu Pouch Pokémon Leisurely Life - 3,080 yen (★)

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Kurashiki Hanpu Coin case Pokémon Leisurely Life Pikachu or Pochama - 1,980 yen each (★) | Plushie Pokémon Leisurely Life Pikachu or Pochama - 2,200 yen each (★)

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Mascot Plush Pokémon Leisurely Life Pikachu or Pochama - 1,320 yen each (★) | Face Cushion Pokémon Leisurely Life Pikachu or Pochama - 2,750 yen each (★)

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Mug with Coaster Pokémon Leisurely Life Pikachu or Pochama - 1,650 yen each (★) | Stainless Steel Bottle Pokémon Leisurely Life - 2,750 yen (★)

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Hoodie Pokémon Leisurely Life (M / L) - 6,160 yen each (★) | T-shirt Pokémon Leisurely Life Hinoarashi and Pikachu 130 chu - 2,750 yen (★)

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T-shirt Pokémon Leisurely Life Hinoarashi and Pikachu 130 chu - 2,750 yen (★)
Selectable 3 pairs of Short Socks Pokémon Leisurely Life - Size: 23㎝ to 25㎝ - 1,100 yen | Acrylic Charm Collection Pokémon Leisurely Life - 715 yen each at random

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Face Shape Cookies Pokémon Leisurely Life - 1,080 yen

Item List:

Kurashiki Hanpu Tote (Large) Pokémon Leisurely Life - 8,580 yen (★)
Kurashiki Hanpu Tote (Small) Pokémon Leisurely Life - 4,400 yen (★)
Kurashiki Hanpu PC / Tablet Case Pokémon Leisurely Life - 4,400 yen (★)
Kurashiki Hanpu Pouch Pokémon Leisurely Life - 3,080 yen (★)
Kurashiki Hanpu Coin case Pokémon Leisurely Life Pikachu - 1,980 yen (★)
Kurashiki Hanpu Coin Case Pokémon Leisurely Life Pochama - 1,980 yen (★)
Plushie Pokémon Leisurely Life Pikachu - 2,200 yen (★)
Plushie Pokémon Leisurely Life Pochama - 2,200 yen (★)
Mascot Plush Pokémon Leisurely Life Pikachu - 1,320 yen (★)
Mascot Plush Pokémon Leisurely Life Pochama - 1,320 yen (★)
Face Cushion Pokémon Leisurely Life Pikachu - 2,750 yen (★)
Face Cushion Pokémon Leisurely Life Pochama - 2,750 yen (★)
Mug with Coaster Pokémon Leisurely Life Pikachu - 1,650 yen (★)
Mug with Coaster Pokémon Leisurely Life Pochama - 1,650 yen (★)
Stainless Steel Bottle Pokémon Leisurely Life - 2,750 yen (★)
Hoodie Pokémon Leisurely Life (M / L) - 6,160 yen each (★)
T-shirt Pokémon Leisurely Life 130 - 2,750 yen (★)
T-shirt Pokémon Leisurely Life Hinoarashi and Pikachu 130 chu - 2,750 yen (★)
Selectable 3 pairs of Short Socks Pokémon Leisurely Life - Size: 23㎝ to 25㎝ - 1,100 yen
Acrylic Charm Collection Pokémon Leisurely Life - 715 yen
10 types selected at random.
Face Shape Cookies Pokémon Leisurely Life - 1,080 yen
Mini Tote with Candy Pokémon Leisurely Life - 880 yen
A4 Clear File (Set of 3) Pokémon Leisurely Life - 770 yen (★)
Raised Stickers Pokémon Leisurely Life - 550 yen (★)
Postcard Set Pokémon Leisurely Life - 1,320 yen (★)
Set of 4 clips Pokémon Leisurely Life - 825 yen (★)
Pocket Croquis Book Pokémon Leisurely Life - 440 yen
Ballpoint Pen Pokémon Leisurely Life Pikachu - 660 yen (★)
Ballpoint Pen Pokémon Leisurely Life Pochama - 660 yen (★)
Masking Tape (Set of Two ) Pokémon Leisurely Life - 660 yen (★)
Soft jacket for iPhone 8/7/6s/6 Pokémon Leisurely Life - 2,068 yen (★)
Soft Jacket for iPhone Xs/X Pokémon Leisurely Life - 2,200 yen (★)
Hand Towel Pokémon Leisurely Life Pikachu - 550 yen (★)
Hand Towel Pokémon Leisurely Life Pocchama - 550 yen (★)
Towel Blanket Pokémon Leisurely Life 7,480 yen (★)
Room Shoes Pokémon Leisurely Life - 2,200 yen (★)
Dolman Sleeve T-shirt Pokémon Leisurely Life (M / L) - 3,300 yen each (★)
Tissue box Cover Pokémon Leisurely Life - 1,980 yen (★)
Set of Three Sealable Containers Pokémon Leisurely Life - 1,540 yen (★)
Plastic Cup Pokémon Leisurely Life - 660 yen (★)
Chopsticks with Case Pokémon Leisurely Life - 990 yen (★)
Drawstring Pouch Pokémon Leisurely Life - 880 yen (★)
Lunch Cloth Pokémon Leisurely Life - 880 yen (★)


Sources: https://www.pokemon.co.jp/info/2020/01/200124_p01.html

Article edited on 2020-01-25 11:10:33 by Sunain
Jan 24

Pokémon TCG: Sword and Shield Expansion - 5 New Impactful Cards Revealed

Posted by Sunain | January 24th 2020 at 07:47 PM EST
Tags: TCG
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The official Pokémon website has revealed 5 new cards from the upcoming Pokémon TCG: Sword & Shield and they are: Morpeko V (079), Morpeko VMAX (080), Galarian Obstagoon (119), Galarian Perrserker (128) and Metal Saucer (170).

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Pokémon V, Pokémon VMAX, and More in the Pokémon TCG: Sword & Shield Expansion Launching February 7

Take a look at more impactful cards arriving in the next expansion on February 7.

Steel yourself for bigger battles when the Pokémon TCG: Sword & Shield expansion launches on February 7 with Pokémon from the Galar region, tough Pokémon V and Pokémon VMAX, and helpful Trainer cards. Get an early peek at some of these great cards below, and start thinking about new ways to win as we get closer to launch. And if you missed it, check out our first round of featured cards from the Sword & Shield expansion.

Morpeko V (079)

The determined face of Morpeko V shows just how serious this Pokémon is about helping you in battle. You can ding your opponent's Bench for very little Energy with the Spark attack, useful when paired with the numerous Pokémon in this expansion that take advantage of targeting damaged Pokémon. Morpeko V can also deliver a more shocking blow with Electro Wheel, which has the added effect of switching it out of the Active Spot. A well-timed attack-and-retreat can be an incredible tactical move in any match, and that's just what Morpeko V provides.

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Morpeko VMAX (080)

Morpeko VMAX has only one attack, but it's a good one, scattering damage all over your opponent's side of the board. The Max Discharge attack shocks each of your opponent's Benched Pokémon for 20 damage while hitting the Active Pokémon for a hefty 180 damage. And don't worry about a quick retaliation against Morpeko VMAX; its 300 HP is enough to weather virtually any return attack.

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Metal Saucer (170)

There are a number of really good Metal-type Pokémon in the Sword & Shield expansion, and they're made all the better with Metal Saucer. This Item card lets you grab a basic Metal Energy out of your discard pile and attach it to a Benched Metal-type Pokémon. This kind of Energy acceleration has been the key to many decks in the past, and now once again you get to take advantage of this powerful effect.

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Galarian Obstagoon (119)

If you're looking to get away with a little mayhem in your next match, Galarian Obstagoon is here to help. The fun begins when the Pokémon evolves from Galarian Linoone, triggering its Untamed Shout Ability to drop 3 damage counters on 1 of your opponent's Pokémon. You have the chance to do even more scot-free damage with its Obstruct attack, which does 90 damage and prevents any return volleys from Basic Pokémon.

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Galarian Perrserker (128)

Although Galarian Perrserker looks excited to rush into battle, this Pokémon may do its best work from your Bench. Its Steely Spirit Ability adds 20 damage to any of your Metal-type Pokémon's attacks, and that stacks if you have multiple Galarian Perrserker in play. Its Metal Claw attack probably won't win many battles on its own, but remember that Steely Spirit does affect Galarian Perrserker's own attack, immediately increasing it to 90 damage.

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Source: https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/pokemon-v-pokemon-vmax-and-more-in-the-pokemon-tcg-sword-shield-expansion-launching-february-7/

Article edited on 2020-01-24 07:47:47 by Sunain
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