Wednesday: Pokémon Sun & Moon - Ash's Pikachu Details + Battle Competition

15-03-2017 04:49 GMT / 00:49 EDT by Serebii

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Last Update: 04:57 GMT
Edit @ 04:57: Pikachu Event

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Pokémon Sun & Moon - Ash's Pikachu

Official details have been released for the special Ash Pikachu event being given to tie in with the movie Pokémon I Choose You. As posted on Sunday, the distributions run at different times depending on what hat you want. However, we now have details for each of the Pikachu. All of them come in a standard Poké Ball and the ability Static and they come with the Pikashunium Z Z-Crystal
Original Cap Pikachu comes at Level 1 with the moves Thunderbolt, Quick Attack, Thunder and Agility
Hoenn Cap Pikachu comes at Level 6 with the moves Thunderbolt, Quick Attack, Thunder and Iron Tail
Sinnoh Cap Pikachu comes at Level 10 with the moves Thunderbolt, Quick Attack, Iron Tail and Volt Tackle
Unova Cap Pikachu comes at Level 14 with the moves Thunderbolt, Quick Attack, Iron Tail and Volt Tackle
Kalos Cap Pikachu comes at Level 17 with the moves Thunderbolt, Quick Attack, Iron Tail and Electro Ball
Alola Cap Pikachu comes at Level 20 with the moves Thunderbolt, Quick Attack, Iron Tail and Electro Ball
Our Event Database has been updated with the details of this event

Pokkén Tournament

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Pokémon Sun & Moon - Battle Competition

Details of the next Battle Competition have been announced. This is the special Japan Championships 2017 Battle Competition and runs standard VGC 2017 rules. This competition is used in order for players from Japan to qualify for this year's Pokémon World Championships in Anaheim and runs differently to past competitions.
Registration for Juniors & Seniors runs from March 30th 2017 to April 28th 2017 while registration for Masters runs from March 30th 2017 to April 15th 2017. Battles for the Juniors runs from April 28th through May 1st. The Masters however have access to 5 different schedules. These are
April 15th to April 17th, April 21st to April 23rd, April 26th to April 28th, April 30th to May 2nd and May 6th to May 8th, all starting and ending at 09:00 JST on the respective days. The rating from each of the participations in the 5 bands are then added up and the top 50 will be offered entry to a competition held in real life on June 18th 2017

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