Well Trainers, we’ve done it again! Both milestones for the Harvest Poké Beans Global Mission has been met!
Get ready to undergo another Global Mission as the 6th Global Mission for Pokémon Sun & Moon is now underway and this time it’s all about harvesting beans and the can find the official announcement right here:
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The “Harvest Poké Beans” Global Mission Has Cropped Up at the Pokémon Global Link!:
We’re spilling the beans on the new global mission at the PGL! In the “Harvest Poké Beans” global mission, participants have a goal to collectively harvest 3 million Poké Beans between April 25 at 00:00 UTC and May 9 at 23:59 UTC. Everyone who helps out with this global mission will earn Festival Coins, and Pokémon Global Link members can earn even more rewards!
Poké Pelago is where you’ll find Poké Beans in the greatest abundance. Every day, Poké Beans fall from the beanstalk on Isle Abeens—and the more you develop the island, the more Poké Beans will fall every day. You can also talk to the barista at the café inside any Pokémon Center, who will give you Poké Beans once per day when you purchase a beverage.
To join a global mission, first visit Festival Plaza in your Pokémon Sun or Pokémon Moon game. Head into the castle and speak to the receptionist on the right. She’ll let you join the global mission and guarantee that the Poké Beans you collect will count toward it. Then, start harvesting Poké Beans wherever you can.
If the goal of 3 million Poké Beans is reached, Pokémon Global Link members will earn 4,000 Festival Coins, while Trainers who do not belong to the PGL will earn 2,000 Festival Coins. If the goal is not reached, the participation prize will be 400 Festival Coins for PGL members and 200 Festival Coins for Trainers not registered at the PGL.
Pokémon Global Link members are also eligible to receive a Level Ball if a bonus goal of at least 6 million Poké Beans is reached. Plus, regardless of the success of the global mission, any PGL member who contributes at least 30 Poké Beans will earn five Rare Candies!
Remember that a PGL account is free, and you have until the end of the global mission time period to create an account and sync your game to earn the bigger bonus. You can Sign up for a PGL account today!
Check out How to Participate in Global Missions if you’d like a more detailed walkthrough on how to join the fun.
Good luck in the “Harvest Poké Beans” global mission! Remember to use Game Sync by May 9 at 23:59 UTC to get your crop of Poké Beans counted toward the grand total.
PGL Global Mission Prize Summary:
–Goal Not Reached (<3,000,000 Poké Beans):
- PGL members earn 400 FC
- Non-PGL members earn 200 FC
-Goal Reached (3,000,000 Poké Beans):
- PGL members earn 4,000 FC
- Non-PGL members earn 2,000 FC
-Bonus Goal Reached (6,000,000 Poké Beans):
- PGL members earn a Level Ball
-Individual Contributor (30 Poké Beans harvested, goal does not have to be met):
- PGL members earn 5 Rare Candies
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As of right now, the current count is 1,239,149 Poké Beans collected, so keep it up Trainers, we’re already almost halfway there!
Pokémon Sun & Moon On 3DS has opened registration for the next Battle Competition title “2017 Internation Challenge April Competition.” It is a Double Battle Competition that use the VGC 2017 rules and only Pokémon from the Alola Pokédex can enter, Legendaries or Rare Pokémon like Cosmog, Cosmoem, Solgaleo, Lunala, Magearna, Necrozma or Zygarde are not allowed to Participate nor can Mega Stones be used. Registration is now open and the competition will be underway from April 28th until April 30th. Below is an extract from Serebii’s Website.
If you have been following news of the Egg Hatching Global Mission for Pokémon Sun and Moon, there’s a good chance you’ll know both its goals were met, but now with the event finally over, the end result is colossal.
Players were only required to hatch 200,000 eggs if they wished to get 2,000/4,000 FC and 400,000 if they wanted to get a Love Ball as well. Except when the event did end on the 10th of April at 23:99 p.m. UTC, the final count is 14,503,078 eggs hatch and no it doesn’t mean players are going to receive more than 1 Love Ball to celebrate their success. Continue reading Pokémon Sun & Moon’s 5th Global Mission Ends with a Fantastic Result
We knew its name. We even knew what it looked like, but now Marshadow has been officially and we’ve got the official video that revealed the “new” Pokémon right here:
According to Serebii, Marshadow (a Fighting/Ghost-type Pokémon,) is to tie in with the upcoming Pokémon: I Choose You movie, which makes sense since the official Pokémon website cites Marshadow not being encounterable in normal gameplay. Other than that though that is literally everything that was revealed, but the promise of more details to come has been made and once we have them, you can expect to see Marshadow featuring on miketendo64.com once again!
Until said time comes though, keep on gaming!
Miss out on securing Mawilite and Beedrillite back in February? Don’t worry, the second chance to get them has come!
As previously stated, the 2 Mega Stones would become available in April, well it’s April now and the Serial Code to receive them is Intimidate. Only the code in question does not only enable you to get Mawlite and Beedrillite, but it will also allow you to get Audinite and Medichamite. Continue reading Intimidate Your Way to Securing 4 Mega Stones (Pokémon Sun and Moon)
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.
Now that a few days have passed since the Ash-Pikachu distribution was revealed in CoroCoro, Serebii has had the time to translate the details much better and the results are interesting.
As it turns out, every single cap wearing Pikachu will come with the standard Poké Ball to call and each hold a Pikashunium Z Z-Crystal. They’ll all also all have the ability Static, but that’s were their similarity ends. Besides having different hats, they’ll also have different levels, and differing moves and we have all of that information: Continue reading More Details on the Japanese Ash-Pikachu Distribution for Sun & Moon
Following the datamined data, we all knew Ash-Pikachu will be making an appearance sooner or later and now that appearance is sooner than we thought.
In the latest issue of CoroCoro, it has been revealed that the Pikachu wearing Ash’s hat (Ash-Pikachu,) will be distributed in Japan, but the only way to lay claim to your own Ash-Pikachu, is to pre-book a ticket for the upcoming Pokémon: I Choose You movie. Doing so will allow you to get a very special Serial Code that gives you access to not just one Ash-Pikachu, but all of them (6 in all), along with the Z-Crystal Pikashumium Z that allows Ash-Pikachu to use the Z-Movie 10,000,000 Volt Thunderbolt. Continue reading New Japanese Ash-Pikachu Distribution for Pokémon Sun & Moon is On its Way!
I guess the losing streak is well and truly over!
The “Earn BP from the Battle Tree” Global Mission only started today and already players have surpassed 550,946 Battle Points! So not only have players earned enough to get the 2,000/4,000 Festival Coins, but they surpassed the second goal as well, meaning we all get a Heavy Ball as well. Now if you’re thinking, “I didn’t even sign up to participate, so am I eligible for the prizes?” the answer is yes. Provided you register to participate while the event is still running, you can still win the completion rewards provided you get 3 BP of your own, and you will also get 5 pieces of Rare Candy.
But way to go Trainers, you really knocked it out of the ball park on this one!
Source: @SerebiiNet (Twitter)
If the title isn’t enough of a giveaway, the 4th Global Mission for Pokémon Sun & Moon is now underway and it’s time to battle!
Whilst participating players of the International Challenge for February, are awaiting the results and the distribution of the offered Mawilite and Beedrillite Mega Stones, details on 2 more Mega Stones for Sun & Moon has come to light.
By participating in the Kanto X Alola: Regional Rumble competition, players will be able to earn themselves the Pigeotite and Steelixite Mega Stone, provided they battle at least three times to get their names in the rankings. Given the name of the competition, you would be right to assume that only Pokémon available from Kanto and the Alola region are eligible to be used, with the exception of Mewtwo, Mew, Zygarde, Cosmog, Cosmoem, Solgaleo, Lunala, Necrozma, and Magearna.
Below you can find the official Competition Information that comes directly from the Pokémon Global Link website:
–Sign-Up Period: Thursday, March 9, 2017, at 00:00 UTC, through Thursday, March 16, 2017, at 23:59 UTC
- You must sign up during this period to participate in the competition.
- You may sign up for the competition once per game registered to your PGL account.
–Competition Period: Friday, March 17, 2017, at 00:00 UTC, through Sunday, March 19, 2017, at 23:59 UTC
–Participant Limit: 50,000 (limit subject to change; first come, first served)
–Participation Gift: Qualified participants in the Kanto x Alola Regional Rumble Online Competition will receive the Mega Stones Pidgeotite and Steelixite. To qualify, players must earn a place in the rankings by completing at least three battles.
-Age Divisions: Junior/Senior Division: Born 2002 or later & Masters Division: Born 2001 or earlier
- Junior/Senior Division players are limited to playing between 6 A.M. and 11 P.M., based on the easternmost time zone in each player’s country.
-Ranking Results Announcement: April 2017 (announcement time subject to change)
-Compatible Games: Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon
- This competition uses Single Battle format.
- Players may use only Pokémon from the Kanto and Alola region Pokédexes.
- Mewtwo, Mew, Zygarde, Cosmog, Cosmoem, Solgaleo, Lunala, Necrozma, and Magearna cannot be used.
- Mega Stones are not allowed.
- Items are allowed, but Trainers may not have duplicate items in their Battle Team.
- Register three to six of your Pokémon to your Battle Team.
- All Pokémon in this competition will automatically become Lv. 50 for the duration of each match.
- Three of the Pokémon you register to your Battle Team will be chosen to battle in each match.
- A 10-minute time limit for each player will automatically be enforced in-game, beginning at the start of each battle. When a player’s time limit expires, that player will lose the game.
- At the beginning of each battle, players have 90 seconds to select three Pokémon with which to battle.
- At the beginning of each turn, players have 45 seconds to select a move or change the Pokémon in battle. If a player has not made their selections at the end of this period, the game will automatically make selections for the player.
- Players may battle up to 15 games per day of the competition. Any unplayed games will carry over to the following day. A new day begins at 00:00 UTC.
- For additional details, please come back to check the competition’s regulations page when registration opens.
- A Pokémon Trainer Club membership
- A wireless Internet connection
- A Pokémon Sun or Pokémon Moon game with a Game Sync ID registered in the Pokémon Global Link (PGL)
- The birth date you have registered in your Pokémon Trainer Club account will determine the age division in which you play. If it’s discovered during the competition that your birthdate information is incorrect, you may be disqualified from the competition and future competitions.
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But for those of you who choose to skip the competition next month, the Pidgeotite and Steelixite Mega Stones will be distributed via Serial Code later on this year and just as soon as we know when, we’ll be back to provide an update.
Attention Sun & Moon players, if you’re looking to add two Mega Stones to your collection, the time is now.
Sign-ups for the 2017 International Challenge for February are now underway and ALL participants are to receive a Mawilite and Beedrillite Mega Stone, once the competition is over. A Brief overview of the competition can be seen here: Continue reading Earn Mawilite and Beedrillite by Participating in the 2017 International Challenge (February)
When it was first revealed that additional Mega Stones would be distributed to players who compete in various Pokémon Global Link related competitions, not every was happy about, but there is an alternative. Continue reading Mega Stone Distribution for Sun & Moon will be Handled 2 Ways (Details)
Its official, the third Global Mission is over, we are more than successful with over 4.1 million downloads, and already details of the next mission have started to come in.
From February the 28th onwards, players hoping to emerge triumphant from the fourth mission will need to earn Battle Points from the Battle Tree, but there has yet to be any mention as to how long the event will run for (most likely two weeks,) and what the goal post is this time. Continue reading Prepare for Battle at the Battle Tree! (A Pokémon Sun & Moon Global Mission)