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A couple of months ago, The Pokemon Company banned nearly 6,000 people from certain online activities in Pokemon Sun / Moon. These players were found to have been using altered save data.

Another 7,651 people have now been banned as well. They’ll be unable to access Game Sync, Rating Battles and Battle Competitions, and Global Missions. Such accounts will be hit with the error code 090-0212 when attempting to connect.

The Pokemon Company isn’t stopping here. More players will be banned if they are found to be using altered save data.

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The fifth Global Mission in Pokemon Sun & Moon has begun. This time, the goal is to hatch as many eggs as possible – 200,000 is the goal. If this goal is reached by April 10th, 23:59 UTC, the mission is considered a success and all players will receive 2000 FC. Failure will result in 200 FC instead. As per usual, these rewards are doubled if your save game is tied to a Global Link account.

Furthermore, if players contribute 3 or more hatched eggs to the cause, they will receive a Rare Candy. If a total of 400,000 eggs are hatched between all players, everyone with a Global Link account will receive a Love Ball.


More Pokemon Sun Moon concept art

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A few days ago, images popped up online showing concept art of the Ultra Beasts in Pokemon Sun/Moon. Art has also been making the rounds of other creatures in the game.

Hit up the gallery below for the latest images. They show the following: Tapu Koko, Tapu Lele, Tapu Bulu, Tapu Fini, Rowlet, Litten, Popplio, Mimikyu, Alolan Exeggutor, Alolan Raichu, Solgaleo, and Lunala.


In CoroCoro, it was recently announced that a special Ash Pikachu event is planned for Pokemon Sun/Moon as part of a tie in with the upcoming movie. The Pokemon Company has now provided a first look at Original Cap Pikachu on its Twitter page. We’ve posted the video below.


The Official Alola Region Collector’s Edition Pokedex came out earlier this week. With it, new concept art is introduced for the Ultra Beasts featured in Pokemon Sun/Moon. Check out the full set below.


Those who pre-order tickets for the upcoming Pokemon film will have access to Ash Pikachu with special hats in Pokemon Sun/Moon. This month’s issue of CoroCoro outlines the details.

One serial code that comes with the special Pikachushumium Z Crystal will be handed out. Caps will be available during the following dates:

– Original Cap can be obtained from April 15th to May 1st and then July 19th to July 31st
– Hoenn Cap from May 3rd through May 15th then again August 2nd through August 14th
– Sinnoh Cap from May 17th to May 29th with a repeat on August 16th through August 28th
– From May 31st through June 12th you can get the Unova Cap, repeated on August 30th through September 11th
– From June 14th through June 26th you can get the Kalos Cap, repeated September 13th through 25th
– From June 28th to July 17th you can get the Alola Cap Pikachu, repeated from September 27th through October 9th

Fans will only be able to redeem a pre-booking ticket serial code once. It’s unclear if and when a similar distribution will be made available in the west.


Slowly but surely, more Mega Stones are being added to Pokemon Sun & Moon. Next in line is Mewtwo – today! If you enter the code “M2DESCENT”, you will receive both the Mewtwonite X and the Mewtwonite Y.


The fourth Pokemon Global Mission in Pokemon Sun and Moon only just kicked off a few hours ago, but it’s already been a success.

Players were asked to collectively earn 250,000 Battle Points at the Battle Tree. The current total is already at over 550,000, so that goal has been absolutely smashed.

PGL members will earn 4,000 Festival Coins, while Trainers who do not belong to the PGL will earn 2,000 Festival Coins for completing the mission. A Heavy Ball will also be handed out since Battle Points surpassed 500,000. You can get If five Rare Candy as well if you earn 3 Battle Points.


Pokemon Sun/Moon’s fourth Global Mission is now up and running. Players will have until March 13 to collectively earn 250,000 Battle Points at the Battle Tree.

If the goal is reached, PGL members will earn 4,000 Festival Coins, while Trainers who do not belong to the PGL will earn 2,000 Festival Coins. On the other hand, the prize will be 400 Festival Coins for PGL members, and 200 Festival Coins for Trainers not registered at the PGL if the mission is unsuccessful.

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A couple of new Japanese Pokemon Sun/Moon commercials have just landed on the series’ Japanese YouTube page. The clips star Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt. See the adverts below.

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