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    Thread: Pokémon Sun and Moon OT | Set big new sales record for Nintendo

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      Pokémon Sun and Moon’s latest legendary is available now (update)

      Here’s your Magearna code, trainers

      Pokémon Sun and Moon’s first mythical Pokémon giveaway is live, and that means a new legendary monster is available for the first time. Magearna, the steel- and fairy-type that makes its debut this generation, is up for grabs from now on.
      Players who have finished Sun and Moon’s campaign will be able to collect the Pokémon to add to their Pokédexes. After beating the game, use the QR Scanner


      After scanning this, players must head to the Antiquities of the Ages shop, which is located in Hau’oli City. Then they’ll receive their new Magearna.
      The tiny Magearna first appears in the newest Pokémon movie, Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel, which airs today on Disney XD. The cable channel is the new home for the Pokémon cartoons, both past and present. Alongside the film’s premiere will be the stateside debut of the Sun and Moon anime adaptation, which has been well-received thus far for its goofy tone and unique character design.


      There are tons of Pokémon to be found using QR codes, and players have helpfully made those available online for others to peruse. It’s a new feature in Sun and Moonone of many this time around.
      Update: For those wondering, the QR code is available indefinitely. There’s no expiration date, so players who have yet to beat the games will still have a chance to get Magearna.

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      Pokémon Sun and Moon’s second global mission offers a chance at redemption

      Get to the scanner, pronto

      Another global mission is live in Pokémon Sun and Moon, and this one has a slightly less lofty goal than the first international contest. From now until Jan. 9, trainers have to use the Island Scan feature to find 1 million Pokémon collectively, or risk missing out on a nice bounty.
      Island Scan, a tool which allows players to locate rare Pokémon across Alola, becomes available after using the QR Reader at least five times. (It specifically unlocks after amassing 100 points with the QR Reader; common Pokémon are worth 10 points, while special ones are worth 20.) After unlocking Island Scan, players can use it once per day to scout out local uncommon Pokémon.
      The Pokémon Company is giving out five special QR codes to help players who haven’t yet unlocked Island Scan; find them below.



      All participants must rack up a million finds before the deadline to win 2,017 Festival Coins. These can be used to buy items in the Festival Plaza, Sun and Moon’s online multiplayer area. Players can register their findings by speaking to the mission attendant located there, while also checking in on how everyone else around the world is doing.


      If they fail to meet the goal before Jan. 9 — just like with the first mission, when players didn’t come close — trainers will be compensated with 217 Festival Coins for their trouble.
      Scanning for a million Pokémon overall sounds a lot more doable than catching 100 million Pokémon, the task that the first global mission gave players. Good luck to all Sun and Moon players in actually reaching the goal this time around.

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      The ultimate Pokemon success saga continuous.....! Kudos to the makers for making it so realistic........!

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      Pokémon Bank now available for Pokémon Sun and Moon (update)

      You can finally start transferring some Pokémon!

      The Pokémon Bank application has now been updated, according to the Pokémon Sun and Moon website. The Nintendo 3DS service, which allows players to transfer their Pokémon between a variety of mainline titles, is now compatible with Sun and Moon.
      In celebration of the eagerly anticipated update, all Pokémon Bank users will receive a special gift. From now until Oct. 2, a rare Z-Crystal item for the legendary Pokémon Mew will be given away exclusively through Pokémon Bank. The Mewnium-Z item works with Sun and Moon, which introduced the Z-Move mechanic to the franchise.
      Pokémon Bank has been updated for #PokemonSunMoon! To celebrate, all Pokémon Bank users can receive Mew’s Z-Crystal! http://bit.ly/2jnFkDe pic.twitter.com/pZEU0sdDkH
      — Pokémon (@Pokemon) January 25, 2017
      The graphic below shows how Pokémon Bank will now communicate with Pokémon Sun and Moon. Trainers’ collections from those games will be able to move over to older 3DS entries, like X and Y. Players will also be able to move over Pokémon from those previous games into Sun and Moon, expanding their Pokédex and giving them the chance to use a number of older Pokémon in the newer games for the first time.
      Pokémon Bank costs $4.99 for an annual subscription. Along with the ability to move Pokémon between games with ease, the service provides additional storage for trainers with large monster collections. For Sun and Moon, using Pokémon Bank will also introduce the expanded National Pokédex into the games, as a way to account for the rest of the Pokémon previously unavailable in the main campaign.


      Update: The Pokémon Company detailed additional features included in the Pokémon Bank update. These include the addition of Adventure Records, a feature that lets players chart some important statistics from across all games registered to the app. Those include the number of Pokémon caught and wild Pokémon battles throughout their games.
      Pokémon Bank users will also be able to collect the Poké Miles currency and port them over to Sun and Moon as Battle Points, which are used in the Festival Plaza. The Pokémon Bank website details all of the updated features.

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      Pokémon Bank’s Mew glitch ban cracked by Sun and Moon players

      You can get your “illegal” Mew into the new games, but it’ll take a while

      A compatibility update for Pokémon Bank, the Nintendo 3DS storage app, finally made the software usable in Pokémon Sun and Moon this week. Just days after the update went live, however, users have already figured out a way to circumvent Pokémon Bank’s ban on one popular, hard-to-obtain legendary.
      Although Pokémon Bank users get a special item for Mew, one of the rarest Pokémon, it’s almost impossible to capture the monster through official methods. Instead, many who play the Virtual Console versions of Pokémon Red, Blue and Yellow have used a glitch to get Mew into their collections. A video explaining how that works is below.




      But Pokémon Bank won’t allow players to move over Mew obtained through this glitch into Sun and Moon — unless they use this extremely complex method, which is now making the rounds online.
      Reddit users TransgenderPride and Crystal__ wrote up step-by-step guides to bringing a Mew from the Virtual Console versions of Red and Blue specifically over to Sun and Moon. It involves an arbitrary code execution that manipulates an unofficial Mew so that it appears to be one accepted by Pokemon Bank. To perform the code, players need to generate a glitch item called 8F, which sounds like a very, very tedious process. A video below streamlines all eight steps, which also work for getting any glitch item in Red and Blue.




      After that’s done and the player now has the 8F item, they need to set up their party in a particular way, as well as their bags. Mew must be one of the Pokémon in the party, while another member has to be a Pidgey with a specific amount of HP. After that, there’s a whole list of items that players must have on hand in particular numbers before using the 8F item.
      Once they do that, though, that’s it. Mew will be able to move between the Game Boy games and Sun and Moon, thanks to a newly compatible ID number. The whole ordeal may not be worth it to those who grabbed Mew early last year, when the Pokémon was part of a yearlong legendary giveaway. For those who have only ever had a Mew in their Pokédex because of this Mew glitch, however, this seems to be the main way to bring the Pokémon into the latest generation.

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      Pokémon Sun and Moon to receive new Mega Stone distribution

      It’s Mega Evolution time once more

      A promotion launching for Pokémon Sun and Moon next month will allow players to collect previously unobtainable Mega Stones, the Japanese Global Link site says. This will allow players to gather and use even more of these special battle items, which were introduced to the franchise with Pokémon X and Y.
      In order to receive these Mega Stones, players must participate in online competitions. The first of these campaigns will take place in late February, according to the Global Link. Those who take part will receive the Mega Stones for Mawile and Beedrill as a gift.
      More Mega Stones are due in the future, with no timeline or further details yet specified. All future giveaways will include Mega Stones not already available in Sun and Moon, however.
      Although Mega Evolutions and their accompanying items were a major part of the storyline in Pokémon X and Y, they took a backseat to the new Z-Move mechanic in November’s Nintendo 3DS follow-ups. Mega Stones are still available in Sun and Moon, albeit not until a player has completed the bulk of the games.

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      Pokémon Sun and Moon’s third global mission sounds just as tough as the the last two

      Third time’s the charm, maybe

      Pokémon Sun and Moon’s third global mission is live, encouraging all trainers to head to the Global Trade Station by Feb. 14. The goal this time around is for players to trade a total of one million Pokémon between them, yet another lofty aim in the challenging global mission series.
      In order to win the grand prize of 2,000 Festival Coins, players need to access the online Game Sync feature and trade as many Pokémon as they can by Feb. 14. Anyone who participates will receive 200 Festival Coins, but if everyone hits the reach goal of two million trades by the event’s end, they’ll also win a Friend Ball.
      The pressure is on for this go-around. The previous two global missions were pretty much disasters, with a small percentage of players hitting their marks before the events’ end dates. The first event tasked players to catch 100 million Pokémon between them, which they failed to do; the second involved catching one million Pokémon, which also ended in failure.
      It’s unclear how long The Pokémon Company will keep trying with these global missions, but it may be wise for Pokémon players who are looking for something to do after finishing Sun and Moon’s main campaign to take part in this latest online event.

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      Pokémon Sun and Moon players meet a global mission goal for the first time ever

      Finally!

      The third global mission for Pokémon Sun and Moon is not yet over, but players have already reached its goal. That’s a huge deal for the games’ community, which utterly failed to complete either of the previous online competitions.
      In just four days — and with another 10 to go — Sun and Moon players managed to trade a million Pokémon using the GTS, or Global Trade System. Although that sounded like just as tough of a task as the first two global missions’, fans banded together to get the job done in record time.
      Completing the mission before time’s up grants all participants 2,000 Festival Coins, to be used in the online Festival Plaza feature. Now that that’s been locked down, players can focus on hitting the bonus milestones, which will net them even more rewards. If players can make it to two million total trades by midnight on Feb. 14, they’ll get a Friend Ball for their trouble.
      It’s possible that issues with the games’ online Global Link feature played a part in the failures of the initial missions. That’s since been “investigated and addressed,” according to its website.


      Just as likely, however, is that players felt extra inspired to succeed; the games’ Reddit communities featured tons of threads in the last few days encouraging everyone to do their part in hitting the end goal. Third time’s the charm, after all.

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      Pokémon Sun and Moon players get a big Mega Stone giveaway surprise

      Happy Friday! Here’s a nice mystery gift

      The Pokémon Company A new mystery gift is available in Pokémon Sun and Moon, and it’s a lot bigger than the usual free download. Starting now, players can grab four different Mega Stones to use in-game.
      Players need to enter the password “Intimidate” on the mystery gift screen to collect the Mega Stones. These special battle items are compatible with Beedrill, Audino, Mawile and Medicham. None of these are new Pokémon, and they’re not actually found in Sun or Moon. Instead, players will have to rely upon the Pokémon Bank app on Nintendo 3Ds to port them over from older games.
      The Pokémon Company previously distributed the Mega Stones for Mawile and Beedrill in February. That promotion was available exclusively in Japan, offering the items as a reward to competitive online players.
      The most recent Pokémon generation skipped out on adding more Mega Evolutions in favor of the Z-Move mechanic. Both features function similarly: They’re meant to give Pokémon a limited-time power boost during battles.


      The Mega Stone seemed like a major innovation when it was introduced in Pokémon X and Y back in 2013. For the first time, players could grant Pokémon a temporary upgrade that would give them higher attack power and a dramatically altered look. Take a look at how Beedrill, Audino, Mawile and Medicham change under the effects of the Mega Stone:
      The Pokémon Company This latest giveaway suggests that the Pokémon Company hasn’t totally given up on Mega Evolutions, even if it’s relegated the feature to Pokémon Sun and Moon’s postgame.

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      Marshadow is on the way to Pokémon Sun and Moon soon

      Details on how to capture it to follow

      

     

     

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