Yep that losing streak we had, it’s well and truly behind us!
Yesterday the 5th Global Mission for Pokémon Sun & Moon got underway. A mission that requires players to hatch 200,000 eggs before 23:59 UTC on the 10th of April. Doing so would earn the players 2,000 FC if they don’t have a PGL account and 4,000 if they did. But should players hatch a total of 400,000 than everyone would also get a Love Ball and also a Rare Candy, provided of course they hatch 3 or more Pokémon themselves. Continue reading Pokémon Sun & Moon’s 5th Global Mission is an Instant Success
The Next Global Mission For Pokémon Sun & Moon has begun and this time players have to hatch as many eggs as they possibly can to reach a goal of 200,000 eggs hatched. If completed by April 10th, 23:59 UTC all players will receive 2000 FC for their troubles and the mission will be classed as a success. You can also get double reward if your game save data is connected to a Global Link Account. If you contribute 3 or more hatched eggs to the mission, you will receive a rare candy and if the secondary goal of 400,000 eggs get hatched between all players, those with Global Link accounts will also recieve a Love Ball.
Hat wearing Pikachus are coming to Pokémon Sun & Moon and what’s more, is they know a certain Z-Move that only they can use and now thanks to the official Pokémon Twitter account, we can see that Z-Move in action!
As of right now, there has still yet to be any details regarding a Western release shared, meaning fright now, Ash-Pikachu us just a Japan exclusive to those who pre-book for the Pokémon: I Choose You movie. Just as soon as this changes though, we’ll let you know.
Source: @Pokemon_cojp (Twitter)
The 4th Global Mission for Pokémon Sun & Moon is well and truly over and the time to collect the first of our rewards has arrived.
Due to collectively earning 15,671,838 Battle Points from the Battle Tree as opposed to the mere 500,000 we needed to get to prove ourselves worthy of getting both 2,000 to 4,000 FC (depends if you have a PGL account or not) and a Heavy Ball, anyone who logs in today and pays a visit to the receptionist in the Festival Plaza, can now claim their deserved Festival Coins. As for the Heavy Ball and the Rare Candy you’re entitled to as long as you earned 3 BP of your own, that will be distributed a little later on this month via a Serial Code on the Pokémon Global Link website. Continue reading The First of Sun & Moon 4th Global Mission Rewards are Available Now
Sun or Moon? Mewtwo X or Mewtwo Y? Talk about a tough choice!
Thankfully though, we will not have to choose between which game and which Mewtwo is better as a global distribution of Mewtonite X and Mewtonite Y is happening this very minute and as long as you own at least one of the Gen 7 games, then using the Serial Code: M2DESCENT will get you both Mega Stones, just as long as you remember to pick them up from the deliveryman. Continue reading [Distribution] Mewtwo Related Mega Stone Distribution is Live Now & Other Mega Stone Related News
Following a recent poll by CoroCoro, fan favourite Charizard has been chosen to be the next Pokémon to be distributed to the Gen 7 games.
Continue reading (Random) Charizard is the Next Pokémon to be distributed to Sun & Moon
Details have been revealed about the transfer of Gen 1 Pokémon from the virtual console games to the Pokémon Bank and the compatibility to work with Pokémon Sun & Moon. This information comes from Serebii.
According to Serebii, Nintendo Hong Kong have released details that state that transferred Pokémon fro Gen 1 will likely have at least 3 Max IV’s. Their nature will be generated at random and their is a chance that some Pokémon will have their hidden ability. They will also have a unique Gameboy Mark to show where they have come from.
The National Pokédex will sync up with the games you use with Pokémon Bank listing and combining all the Pokémon you have seen and caught, it is also Not required to deposit them in order to register them in the National Pokédex.
You will also be able to send battle Points again and keep track of a variety of stats via Pokémon Bank including; Eggs Hatched, Pokémon Captured, etc. crossreferencing them between all 6 games.
There is so far no mention as to when this new update will come into play, we are still on a “Late January” release date.
Welcome back to Who’s That Pokémon? the feature series regarding the Pokémon we can expect to see in the upcoming games. From Rowlet to Tapu Koko, and Drampa to Tapu Fini, we have covered them all, but now with the release of the games just days away, we have two more Pokémon to cover. We dedicate this final edition of Who’s That Pokémon? to Alolan Dugtrio! Continue reading Who’s That Pokémon? It’s Alolan Dugtrio!
As I waited for the Pokémon Sun & Moon demo to first come out, one of the possible first events found its way to Twitter, the event of encountering Alolan Dugtrio. Since the 18th all I have tried to do is encounter the Pokémon and the NPC who triggers the event, but I never saw either of them until today! Now I can’t stop seeing them and they’re popping up so much I have footage of Alolan Dugtrio appearing during the diurnal and nocturnal hours and you can see them both right here: Continue reading Face to Face with Alolan Dugtrio! A Pokémon Sun & Moon Demo Event!
Welcome back to “Who’s That Pokémon?” the feature series regarding the Pokémon we can expect to see in the upcoming games. From Rowlet to Magearna, and Tapu Koko to Mudsdale, we have covered them all, but now that a huge amount of new Pokémon and Alolan versions of Pokémon we’ve already seen before, it’s time for a lot of new additions of Who’s That Pokémon? and in this particular post, it’s all about Alolan Vulpix!
Continue reading Who’s That Pokémon? It’s Alolan Vulpix!
As if the reveal we got last week of new Pokémon wasn’t enough, Junichi Masuda has been kind enough to reveal a new Pokémon for us at the Japan Expo in Paris. Continue reading Masuda Reveals New Sun & Moon Pokémon at the Japan Expo