Pokemon Center Pikachu Night Parade Figures Released In Japan

The Pokemon Centers in Japan released the 3rd series of Pikachu limited edition figures today. This time the series is called “Pikachu Night Parade“.

For those of you who are not familiar with the Pokemon Center Pikachu figures, they are small figures that are only sold at the Pokemon Centers in Japan. Each box comes with one random figure. There are 10 different figures in the series.

Let me introduce all 10 figures in the series…..

Figure #1 (Star)

Figure #2 (Pajamas)

Figure #3 (The First Star)

Figure#4 (HotMilk)

Figure #5 (Mareep)

Figure#6 (Lights)

Figure#7 (Goodnight Eevee)

Figure#8 (Goodnight Pikachu)

Figure#9 (Candle)

Figure#10 (Jirachi)

Each figure stands about 1.5″ (4cm) tall and comes on a base. You can line up the figures in a row by lining up the bases.

This is the 3rd series. the first series was called “Pikachu Parade” and the 2nd series was called “Pikachu Seaside”. The previous 2 series are out of production, but you can still find them in limited quantity on Pokevault.

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Pokemon Re-Ment Forest Figures Series #2 Available In Japan

Japan Re-Ment Pokemon Forest figures Vol. 2 have now been released in Japan. There are 8 brand new Pokemon characters. Each box comes with one random tree part and Pokemon figure.

Version #8 (Celebi)

Version #7 (Hoothoot)

Version #6 (Mimikyu)

Version #5 (Jigglypuff)

Version #4 (Togepi & Exeggcute)

Version #3 (Charmander)

Version #2 (Eevee)

Version #1 (Pikachu & Caterpie)

You can collect different figures to build a tree, just simply connect the pieces together. If you get all 8 pieces, the finished tree will look like this:

You can change the order of the pieces on the tree to make your own customized tree. But, the best thing is that each tree piece comes with the bottom piece of the tree, so you can even make a short tree with one or two pieces or you can make a huge giant tree. The finished 8 piece tree stands about 11″ (28cm) tall.

Whats more, you can even combine the pieces with series #1 and make a 15 piece tree (you can only have 1 top piece) that would stand a towering 21″ (53cm) tall.

Both Pokemon Forest tree figures series #1 & 2 are on Pokevault for a limited time. Don’t miss out on these incredible figures.

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Japan Re-Ment Pokemon Forest Figures Vol. 2

Its official. Re-Ment Pokemon Forest figures vol. 2 will be released on December 3, 2018. As with the first series, these will be sold in random boxes. Each box came with one random tree part and figure and a piece of gum.

This time there will be Pikachu, Caterpie, Eevee, Charmander, Exeggcute, Togepi, Jigglypuff, Mimikyu, Hoothoot and Jirachi.
As with vol. 1, you can connect the pieces of the tree together to build a Pokemon tree. You can also interchange the tree pieces of vol. 1 and vol. 2 to build your own custom tree. But, the best thing is that each tree piece comes with the bottom piece of the tree, so you can even make a short tree with one or two pieces or you can use many pieces to make a giant sized tree. The finished 8 piece tree stands about 11″ (28cm) tall, but if you combine vol. 1 &2, you can make an even bigger tree. You can currently find vol. 1 on Pokevault while supplies lasts and you can purchase vol. 2 after December 3rd. Its fun to collect one, two or the entire set!!!

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Jirachi Wish Maker Movie Synopsis Part 3

By TokoyamiTheDark

Millenium Comet Day #3

Diane is driving everyone out across some very bumpy terrain, when Ash falls down, with May, Max and Jirachi laughs. When night comes, Brock starts cooking and May closes the ‘Day 3 of the Wishing Star’ and then join Diane in the bus. She tells her that she and Butler were childhood friends, and the last time she saw a delighted Butler was long ago, before the Groudon Project. She just wanted him as a magician, not someone with all-powerful mythology Pokemon.

Millenium Comet Day #4

Ash and Max have fun at skipping stones on the lake, and Max wins. That same night, May takes her Wish Maker then fold the panel of ‘Day 4 of the Wishing Star’. Max is getting nervous so he went to see Ash near the Lake. Ash tells him that he, too, once had a friend but they had to separate each other and they never met each other since then. But he claim his pal will be in his heart, so does will Jirachi be in Max’s heart.

Millenium Comet Day #5

The bus manges to get stuck in the mud, so everyone helps out. Afterwards, everyone is covered in mud, and all laughs. May then takes her Wish Maker then fold the panel of ‘Day 5 of the Wishing Star’. Each time she does so, Max become sad as this only tells him that he and Jirachi will part ways soon.

Millenium Comet Day #6

The gang arrives at Forina, Jirachi’s home place. Many other Pokemon lives there, such as Nuzleaf, Breloom, Tropius, Linoone, Flygon, Altaria etc… The gang is then greeted by Absol, showing them Forina. May clears ‘Day 6 of the Wishing Star’. Only 24 hours left… Max can’t get to sleep as he worries about the little thing.

Millenium Comet Day #7

Absol leads the gang to a cave, the same cave Jirachi absorbs the comet’s power and falls asleep for another 1000 years. As Jirachi was going to open his Millenium Eye, spikes comes out of the walls and purple energy beams capture Jirachi! Butler is finally gonna bring Groudon back to life. Then he sets all the machines A-OK, while Absol and Flygon breaks the spikes. Flygon takes Ash and Max to a ride, and they managed to get Jirachi back, while Butler sends his Salamence to fight agaist them.
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Jirachi Wish Maker Movie Synopsis Part 2

By TokoyamiTheDark

Millenium Comet Day #1

Ash, May and Brock looks at the sky and get dissapointed that the sky is getting cloudy. Max talks with his crystal, when sudently, everyone stares at the sky, seeing the clouds fading away. Brock talks how about the world can change in a thousand years. The clouds then go off, revealing the Millenium Comet. Max is asleep with the crystal in his arms. May then starts singing her mother’s lullaby (which is actually the Japanese Ending theme of the movie). As Max sleeps, the crystal glows, goes off Max’s hands then float in the air. Then, a mysterious light surrounds it, and Jirachi appears!

Max introduce everyone to Jirachi. Diane then comes and Ash tells him that the prophecy was true. Diane tells them to pass the night in her bus. Inside, Max asks about wishes, then want snacks. At first, everyone said Jirachi can’t grant wishes until Ash saw a bag of potato chips on Max’s legs. Then, more and more snacks appears, filling the whole bus! The doors then open, with Diane with Butler coming and asking what happened. Max tells them he wished for candy, and hid wish came true! Diane picks up some cheese puffs, look at them then says those are the same from the snack-bar. Butler then tells this happened because Jirachi can teleports things away from space-time.

For a few seconds, we can see the snack-bar owner yelling he’s ruined because of a Pokemon. May then gets irate and blames Max for this. Ashamed, he asks what should he and Jirachi should do. Brock suggest teleporting the candy back to the store where they came from. If Jirachi was able to get the candies from the store, it could also teleport them back there. May yells at Jirachi to ‘get rid of the problem’. Jirachi agrees, but fot its point of view, ‘the problem’ to get rid of was May, not the snacks! It teleports May in the load of snacks, and falls asleep. Butler tells Max that Jirachi is simply regenerating itself, as it won’t dissapear until the next week, when the comet will be gone. Ash, Brock and May then brings back the candies back to the store by themselves.

Millenium Comet Day #2

Ash and Brocks are now Butler’s new clowns for a while. Max goes to the amusement park with Jirachi and have fun the whole day. At twilight, Absol can be seen rushing to the park. May folds the ‘Day 2 of the Wishing Star’ while she’s carrying something heavy, but his a leg of wood. Jirachi then steals Max’s glasses, and runs after it. But Max hears an eerie sound coming from the mirror. The mirror breaks, revealing Absol! Absol runs after Max. May, seeing her brother in danger, summons Torchic, but its attacks does nothing to Absol. Butler then says that Absol only appears before a great tragedy.
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Jirachi Wish Maker Movie Synopsis Part 1

By TokoyamiTheDark

Ash and co. arrives at their destination, but the park isn’t open yet. So they decide to take a nap. Pikachu wakes up and hear trucks from a distance. It then wakes everyone up, as the workers are installing the attractions in the amusement park. A yellow pickup then parks on the side. A purple-haired man then come out with a briefcase. He then takes a magician stick and opens the briefcase. Pink balloons then magically come out of his briefcase, as he hit them with his stick. A woman then comes out with two fans and hit the balloons with them. Once all balloons are forming a circle, they pop up, and a huge tent is slowly created by the magician. Everyone stares at the magician, while Brock has his eyes on the woman.

The day after, Team Rocket, disguised as clowns, are handing off foldouts to everyone to announce ‘The Great Butler’s Magic Show’. Ash pick up one of the foldouts, and recalls that the foldout features the magician they saw last night, creating the tent. So The scene then shows up to Butler, the purple-haired magician, putting his white hat on an empty table. He then slaps the hat with his stick, and when he takes off the hat, a Kirlia appears under the hat! Butler then calls on his Mightyena for another trick. Butler seals back Kirlia, puts a red cloth over it, then burns it off.

Out of the smoke comes Diane, Butler’s assistant, carrying a crystal. Brock applauses, and say that bein a magician will be his career for making women appear. Shine rays come out of the crystal, and Max suddently hears a voice. The voice tells him that ‘it’ is sealed inside the crystal. Max rushes to the scene, followed by Ash. Butler then claims their arrival was in an imprecable timing for his next trick, the ‘Burning Box’. Clowns then carry the box and put Ash and Max in it. Diane encourages them, and tells that Ash,Max and Pikachu arefellow magicians, and will escape the box before it explodes.

Butler summons Dusclops, who slowly apporach the box. Dusclops then fires on the box but before it does so, Ash and Max are transported away by a machine under the stadium. Butler says not only did they fled from the box, but also teleported to the entrance of the dome! The flashlights then shows Ash, a little bit shy, as kids applause. However, Team Rocket came on to steal Pikachu, and to make a trick ‘making all Pokemon dissapear’. Butler does not get discouraged, as he has one more trick to do. Dusclops shoots a blue blob of fire that frees Pikachu and the other Pokemon. Dusclops’ last move is to throw dark flames at the Rockets’ montgolfier. Everyone applause loudly. After the show, Max asks Butler and Diane about the crystal, and they respond by saying a Pokemon named Jirachi awakens once every 1000 years, and is sleeping inside the crystal, which acts like a cocoon.

To wake up Jirachi, the gem need 2 things ; The Millenium Comet and… a best friend chosen by destiny. Max happens to be the chosen one, so Diane gives him the crystal. At twilight, May buys a Wish Maker, a sacred item that can grant one wish when its panels are closed while facing the Millenium Comet. The gang then se pretty fireworks being unleashed, and Max tells Jirachi to look at the Pokemon-shaped fireworks. The Millenium Comet is soon gonna be visible to everyone’s eyes…

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Pokemon Jirachi Wishmaker Review

By Carl00456

Pokemon Jirachi Wishmaker introduced the mysterious Pokemon Jirachi with its ability to grant wishes. The movie starts off with Ash, Max and May on a journey to a new town. They quickly find out that there’s a magic show on and decide to watch it. The magic show looked great. The animation was fluid and it provided me with some entertainment, wishing that it could be real. Team Rocket has a few appearances but mostly end up being a joke. I was, once again, captured by the introduction explaining about the wide range of Pokemon and showing off the scenery in the Pokemon World.

I found that the characters could become slightly annoying at times, especially Max. The story is good but it drags at time, and is quite predictable. I did enjoy a few moments in the story, like when Max wished for candy and sweets and the truck that he is in overflows with it. The story has a few twists and turns to it, but nothing major. I thought the English dub was bad at time, with the character’s lips becoming out of sync or voices not fitting a certain character. I did not enjoy this movie as much as others as I found the plot to be weak and most of it is stretched so it can fit a one and a half hour time space. The music is okay and it fits the certain event or place that it needs to. There is a part in the story that includes a machine made to look like a Groudon that looks visually stunning. It actually would look kind of scary if it existed.
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Hoenn Region Pokemon Part 3

By Amanda

Latios is a dragon and psychic type legendary Pokemon, known as the Eon Pokemon, and known as Ratiosu in Japan.  It has strong attacks like dragonbreath, luster purge, and psychic.  It has a special power known as sight sharing, where Latias and anyone around her can see what Latios is seeing.  Latios is always male, and is extremely fast.  In the anime, in the Pokemon move 5, Ash befriends both Latias and Latios, helping Latias save Latios and Altomare from Annie and Oakley.  They plan to use a machine that uses Latios and the Soul Dew’s power to power the machine, and controlling the town and even the world.  In the end, Latios sacrifices itself to save the town, saying good-by to Latias, and becoming a Soul Dew.
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Third Generation Shiny Pokemon Review

By Emily

Of all the generations, the third has some of the best shiny Pokemon, and most of my personal favorites come from here. Both rare and common characters have had good luck with their shiny form colors, and one of the best was even turned into an event.

Milotic was given out as a shiny event in 2008 and 2009 during the yearly Video Game Championships. Japan had this event at the end of 2008 and it was only available to Platinum games. It was available in Europe and the United States during the first half of the year and was only available on certain days due to the dates of the tournaments. Its shiny form is a very nice change from regular, and the red and gold of the tail go together nicely.
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