Pokemon Sun And Moon Begins Next Pikachu Giveaway – GameSpot

To applaud Pokemon’s 20th anniversary film, Pokemon a Movie: we Choose You, receiving a singular melodramatic run outward Japan, Pokemon Sun and Moon is stability a giveaway of 6 special book Pikachu in a game. Last week, players could get a Pikachu wearing Ash’s strange hat from a TV series. This week, we can submit a formula to get a Pikachu that wears Ash’s shawl from a Hoenn segment (the initial time he altered his shawl in a series).

This special book Pikachu also comes with a set of moves desirous by those attacks used in a Hoenn region. The moves are:

  • Thunderbolt
  • Quick Attack
  • Thunder
  • Iron Tail

In sequence to get a Pikachu, players should select a Mystery Gift choice from a game’s menu and enter a formula PIKACHU20. You can afterwards collect adult your Pokemon from a deliveryman watchful inside any Pokemon Center. To get this Hoenn-inspired Pikachu, we have to submit this formula between now and Oct 2.

It’s critical to note we can usually accept one of a 6 Pikachu during a promotion, so if we already got final week’s Pikachu with Ash’s strange hat, we can’t get this week’s Pikachu too. Here’s a full placement schedule, if you’d like to reason out for a opposite Pikachu entrance up:

  • September 19-25: Original shawl (DONE)
  • September 26-October 2: Hoenn shawl (Ruby/Sapphire)
  • October 3-9: Sinnoh shawl (Diamond/Pearl)
  • October 10-16: Unova shawl (Black/White)
  • October 17-23: Kalos shawl (X/Y)
  • October 24-30: Alola shawl (Sun/Moon)

Pokemon a Movie: we Choose You will accept a a limited melodramatic run on Nov 5-6. You can find your nearest museum display a film on Fathom Events. Anyone who attends will also accept a reward Ash’s Pikachu Pokemon TCG label and a special QR formula to use in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, entrance to 3DS on Nov 17. Scanning that formula will get we a opposite Pikachu wearing a top that’s featured in a movie.

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