The Pokemon Centers in Japan will be releasing 5 more Transform Ditto plushies on December 23, 2017.
Each plushie will also have a matching smaller mascot plush keychain version.
In addition there will be 6 more Transform Ditto gashapon figures as well. These figures will only be sold in vending machines inside the Pokemon Center for a very limited time.
Omanyte & Ditto
Dragonite & Ditto
Sableye & Ditto
Lapras & Ditto
and Magikarp & Ditto.
These will all be very popular and should sell out fast, but you can always get them on Pokevault while supplies lasts.
Tags: Absol, AlolanVulpix, Ditto, Dragonite, Lapras, Magikarp, Omanyte, Plush, Sableye, Shaymin, Voltorb, Whimsicott
Hey, it’s time for another tournament report with Kohrok! This time, we have a slightly better outlook than last week. So we were at my local league where I judge, lead league, and help out. It’s also pretty much the only active league Western PA, so we’re pretty proud of that. If anyone’s interested in joining, just e-mail us at MurrysvillePokemonLeague@gmail.com
Murrysville, PA Battle Roads Spring
June 4, 2011
So, today I decided to bail on the VileGar from last week. Losing every game (basically) was pretty poor, and I wasn’t looking forward to more losses. So I switched to my Luxray/Garchomp deck from State Championships, tossed in some Sableye to block the donk, and got set to go. Oh, and Hoolon Mike had graduated this past month, so I gave him a Flareon EX as a graduation present because he’s an awesome person.
I got to the site early, helped AJ set up, talked to people, made some trades, and at 11:15, the event started. We had less than 10 Juniors and Seniors, but we had 14 Masters, meaning 4 rounds, top 2. This would end up coming to bite me later on.
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Tags: Garchomp, Gyarados, Luxray, Mew, Professor Juniper, Sableye, Uxie
What we learn from our first steps as a Pokemon trainer is that some moves will work effectively against a Pokemon, while other kinds of moves will prove less effective. They are type matchups, a game mechanic that everyone who plays Pokemon knows. I remember reading a Pokemon guide before, and it says that Pokemon is like a game of rock-paper-scissors. The starters, in fact, are based around that game, seeing how water is effective against fire, fire is effective against grass, and so on. Originally, there were 15 types of Pokemon that existed. This changed some moves that we know today to be different, such as Bite.
When I played Pokemon Stadium for the first time in a few years, I was confused right off the bat seeing Bite function as a Normal-type move. But I realized that starting with Johto, Dark- and Steel- type moves would come into play. Magnemite, a classic example of one type-changer through the generations, is an Electric-type in the first games, then turns into an Electric/Steel type to maintain what it really is: a magnet. Depending on the type, Pokemon have certain weakness and strengths to other types. Another factor is dual types, where Pokemon have two types instead of the one. This can either open them up to more strengths, or weaknesses.
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Tags: Geodude, Golem, Graveler, Nintendo DS, Pokemon Black & White, Sableye