PokéNews (Feb. 21): Pokémon Shuffle / Pokémon Sun and Moon

Pokemon Shuffle

Today’s Pokémon news: more new content for Pokémon Shuffle, but also…

  • Pokémon Sun and Moon
  • Pokémon Sun and Moon TCG

Pokémon Shuffle

Today, some more content for Pokémon Shuffle went live:

  • a special stage featuring Cradily is now available, until February 28th;
  • a special stage featuring Armaldo is now available, also until February 28th;
  • a special stage featuring Terrakion is now available, also until February 28th. Allows you to get Skill Boosters for Terrakion, if you already have it.

Also, a new Competitive Stage for Pokémon Shuffle went live, featuring Mega Rayquaza. As usual, you can get various rewards depending on your overall rank:

  • Top 100 players in Europe, Top 150 players in North America, Top 500 players in Japan = 10 Raise Max Level, 10 Mega Speedup, 1 Meteorite;
  • Top 200 players in Europe, Top 300 players in North America, Top 1 000 players in Japan = 7 Raise Max Level, 7 Mega Speedup, 1 Meteorite;
  • Top 500 players in Europe, Top 700 players in North America, Top 2 000 players in Japan = 5 Raise Max Level, 5 Mega Speedup, 1 Meteorite;
  • Top 900 players in Europe, Top 1 300 players in North America, Top 5 000 players in Japan = 4 Raise Max Level, 4 Mega Speedup, 1 Meteorite;
  • Top 1 900 players in Europe, Top 2 700 players in North America, Top 10 000 players in Japan = 3 Raise Max Level, 3 Mega Speedup, 1 Meteorite;
  • Top 3 800 players in Europe, Top 5 400 players in North America, Top 20 000 players in Japan = 2 Raise Max Level, 2 Mega Speedup, 1 Meteorite;
  • Top 5 700 players in Europe, Top 8 100 players in North America, Top 30 000 players in Japan = 1 Raise Max Level, 1 Mega Speedup, 1 Meteorite;
  • Top 7 600 players in Europe, Top 11 100 players in North America, Top 40 000 players in Japan = 1 Skill Booster M, 1 Mega Speedup, 1 Meteorite;
  • Top 9 400 players in Europe, Top 13 000 players in North America, Top 50 000 players in Japan = 1 Exp. Booster L, 1 Disruption Delay, 1 Meteorite;
  • Top 11 000 players in Europe, Top 16 000 players in North America, Top 60 000 players in Japan = 1 Exp. Booster L, 1 Disruption Delay, 1 Attack Power;
  • Top 13 000 players in Europe, Top 19 000 players in North America, Top 70 000 players in Japan = 1 Disruption Delay, 1 Attack Power;
  • Not ranked: 1 Attack Power;
  • Already own the Meteorite? You get a Level Up instead.

Source: Pokémon Shuffle / Serebii

Pokémon Sun and Moon

Today, the remaining rewards for the successful Global Mission in Pokémon Sun and Moon (the one where players had to trade as many Pokémon as possible via the Global Trade Station) went live. Here’s what you can get if you participated:

  • Success with 2 million Pokémon: 2 000 Festival Coins (4 000 Festival Coins if you linked Pokémon Sun / Moon to the Pokémon Global Link) + a Friend Ball;
  • If you traded at least 5 Pokémon via the GTS: 5 Rare Candies (only for players who linked Pokémon Sun / Moon to the Pokémon Global Link).

You need to log-in to the Pokémon Global Link, and then click here to claim your Serial Code for the Rare candies and the Friend Ball. You have until Mach 30th to claim your rewards. The Festival Coins can be claimed from the castle in the Festival Plaza.

The list of Serial Codes for Pokémon Sun and Moon has been updated!

Source: Pokémon Global Link / Serebii

Pokémon Sun and Moon TCG

Today, pictures of the packaging for the third Pokémon Sun and Moon set for the Pokémon Trading Card Game surfaced on the internet. They feature Necrozma and Ho-Oh:

  • Necrozma: Light-Devouring Darkness set
  • Ho-Oh: Did You See the Fighting Rainbow set

This third set of Pokémon Sun and Moon cards will be released in mid-June in Japan.

Source: Serebii


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