Tuesday: Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon - Steelbook + Pokémon Sun & Moon - Mew Event + Special Battle & Global Mission + Pokémon Shuffle Events

11-07-2017 05:04 BST / 00:04 EDT by Serebii

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Edit @ 07:04: Pokémon Shuffle | Edit @ 08:39: Pokémon Duel | Edit @ 08:53: Mew Event Glitch | Edit @ 19:19: Steelbook

Pokémon Sun & Moon

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Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon - Steelbook

Amazon Canada has revealed the special Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon Steelbook. This steelbook comes with both Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon and showcases artwork of Solgaleo and Lunala on both sides. It's set to be $99.99 and currently has no further international news. We'll bring full details on this when it comes
Edit @ 22:06: Amazon.com has also now added it for the US for the price of $79.99
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Pokémon Sun & Moon

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Pokémon Sun & Moon - Mew Event Note

Earlier today, the new Mew Serial Code event began in Japan. This event had the OT 20TH☆. However, this caused a glitch to happen should the event be traded through any means. Due to the ☆, it would cause the OT to reset to Sun., Sonne., サン., Soleil., Sol., Sole. & 썬 depending on the language of the game. This event has now been rectified, removing the star leaving the OT as 20TH. Should any further details come to light, we will post them here

Pokémon Sun & Moon

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Pokémon Sun & Moon - Special Battle Season 5

The Special Battle rules for Season 5 have been revealed. Season 5 will run from July 18th 2017 to September 12th 2017 and runs on Sun & Moon. This ruleset requires you to play a standard single battle, but this time it's an Inverse Battle where the type chart has been reversed so Normal is Super Effective on Ghost etc.
Battle type: Single Battle
Pokémon Restrictions: National Pokédex.
Banned Pokémon: Mewtwo, Mew, Lugia, Ho-Oh, Celebi, Kyogre, Groudon, Rayquaza, Jirachi, Deoxys, Dialga, Palkia, Giratina, Phione, Manaphy, Darkrai, Shaymin, Arceus, Victini, Reshiram, Zekrom, Kyurem, Keldeo, Meloetta, Genesect, Xerneas, Yveltal, Zygarde, Diancie, Hoopa, Volcanion, Cosmog, Cosmoem, Solgaleo, Lunala, Necrozma, Magearna, Marshadow,Ash-Greninja
The other standard rules apply, including all set to Level 50 if above that, and you choose 3 Pokémon out of your 6, and you cannot have two Pokémon holding the same hold item. Battles have a 10 minute duration, with turns having a 60 second timer. Pokémon need to be from X, Y, Omega Ruby, Alpha Sapphire, Sun or Moon

Pokémon Sun & Moon - Global Missions

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Pokémon Sun & Moon - Global Missions

The eighth Pokémon Sun & Moon Global Mission has finished in success. This Global Mission's theme was to defend your title at the Pokémon League and the title was defended a total of 235,111 times. As it was a success, the gift of 2,000 FC, or 4,000 FC if the game is connected to the Global Link, is now available. Distribution of the Moon Ball and Rare Candy event is forthcoming later this month and will be given through Serial Code on the Global Link.
It is also confirmed that the next Global Mission will run from July 25th 2017 and is based on winning at the Loto in Festival Plaza

Pokémon Shuffle

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Pokémon Shuffle - Events

A few brand new challenges have begun on Pokémon Shuffle and Pokémon Shuffle Mobile.
First is the special stage for Alola Cap Pikachu. This event runs until July 18th 2017
Next, a Mew Escalation Battle stage has begun with special rewards up to Level 500. It runs until July 25th 2017.
Next, a competitive stage for Shiny Mega Rayquaza has begun. It runs until July 18th 2017. The top 100 players in Europe, 100 in North America and 500 in Japan will get 1 Level Up, 5 Mega Speedup and 10 Raise Max Level. The top 300 players in Europe, 400 in North America and 1500 in Japan will get 1 Level Up, 4 Mega Speedup and 8 Raise Max Level. The top 500 players in Europe, 800 in North America and 3000 in Japan will get 1 Level Up, 3 Mega Speedup and 6 Raise Max Level. The top 900 players in Europe, 1300 in North America and 5000 in Japan will get 1 Level Up, 2 Mega Speedup and 4 Raise Max Level. The top 1800 players in Europe, 2500 in North America and 10000 in Japan will get 1 Level Up, 2 Mega Speedup and 2 Raise Max Level. The top 3600 players in Europe, 5100 in North America and 20000 in Japan will get 1 Level Up, 1 Mega Speedup and 1 Raise Max Level. The top 5400 players in Europe, 8000 in North America and 30000 in Japan will get 1 Level Up, 1 Mega Speedup and 1 Skill Booster M. The top 7200 players in Europe, 10000 in North America and 40000 in Japan will get 1 Level Up, 1 Mega Speedup and 1 Disruption Delay. The top 9000 players in Europe, 13000 in North America and 50000 in Japan will get 1 Level Up and 1 Attack Power. The top 13000 players in Europe, 18000 in North America and 70000 in Japan will get 1 Disruption Delay and 1 Attack Power. If you don't already have the Gyaradosite, you will get that rather than the Level Up. All other players will get an Attack Power
Finally, the Registeel event has begun a repeat run and runs until July 25th 2017
All of these require the version 1.4.18 to download. Our Pokémon listings have been updated with these Pokémon

Pokémon Sun & Moon

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Pokémon Duel - Balance Patch

Tomorrow, a new version of Pokémon Duel is being uploaded following the weekly maintenance. In this update, some changes are being made to a few figures.
Snorlax
Effect of Still ability altered so that Snorlax can't be affected by special conditions other than Sleep
Increased Body Slam power to 110 and adds chance of paralysis
Increased Pound power from 40 to 70 with a larger wheel size
Decreased wheel size of Miss
Typhlosion
Changes Flame Acceleration ability to add +10 to the damage value for each Pokémon in your PC Ho-Oh
Fire Blast wheel size increased
Gust wheel size decreased
Genesect
Altered Techno Charge so that its effect lasts until the next time it uses Techno Blast
Pinsir
Increased power of Vice Grip from 40 to 50
Increased wheel size of Guillotine and Seismic Toss
Decreased Miss wheel size
Eevee
Given the ability: Spontaneous Evolution that allows Eevee to evolve when it moves from the PC to the bench
Changed Tackle into Quick Attack
Butterfree
Gains new ability, Compound Eyes which: If this Pokémon has evolved and its Attack lands on Miss, it will shift to an Attack next to it
Increased Psybeam power from 40 to 70
Cyndaquil
Increased wheel size of Ember
Decreased wheel size of Tackle
Torchic
Adds new ability, Fire Leak which makes Grass and Bug-type Pokémon be burned when they battle it
Switched position of Ember and Peck
Increased wheel size of Ember
Decreased wheel size of Peck and Miss
Ledyba
Alters Swarm ability to include Ledian
Increased wheel size of Double-Edge
Decreased wheel size of Miss
Lairon
Changed Harden to make it withstand attacks of damage up to 100
Fletchling
Alters Acrobatics to allow for the player to select where Fletchling moves to

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