Pokémon Day (the Netherlands)
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A Pokémon Day was an annual event organised by Nintendo that took place in the Netherlands. It was originally held at a theme park, Avonturenpark Hellendoorn, and was moved to Walibi World in 2008. During each Pokémon Day (except for 2010), event Pokémon or items were given away. At every Pokémon Day there were several other things to do. You could test the newest Pokémon games, one could shop in one of the Pokémon Shops. They sold Pokémon Trading Card Game Booster Packs and other Pokémon products like plushies and Poké Balls. At every Pokémon Day one could view the newest movie. In 2008 the movie "Pokémon 10: The Rise of Darkrai" was broadcasted, in 2009 the movie "Pokémon 11: Giratina and the Sky Warrior" and in 2010 the movie "Pokémon 12: Arceus and the Jewel of Life".
In 2010 it seemed that the Pokémon Day was not held, because the same year Disney XD had taken over Jetix. At the last moment, two weeks before the Pokémon Day was held, it was announced on television.
The official website of the Pokémon Day was http://www.pokemonday.nl/ *
In 2010, the last Pokémon Day in Walibi World was held. PS-Games, the sponsor and distributor of the Pokémon Day in the Netherlands is declared bankrupt. That same company saw the profits fall with 3,9 million euro to 5,6 million euro indebted with 2,2 million euro.
Pokémon Fan Days 2006
Pokémon fan days were being held in the TV Toys Museum organised by RCV Entertainment, Jetix Magazine, PS Games and Nintendo on 25, 26, 27 and 28 May 2006. You could get Deoxys and watch the Dutch premier of Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys
Pokémon Day 2006
Pokémon Day was held from 21 to 22 October in 2006. It celebrated the 10th Anniversary. Pokemon movies 4, 5, 6 and 7 could be watched. And you could choose three Pokémons from a list of ten Pokémons (Lugia, Ho-oh, Entei, Latios, Latias, Charizard, Articuno, Raikou and Pikachu) that could be download to your Emerald, FireRed, LeafGreen, Sapphire or Ruby cartridge. You could wait in a long line to get it downloaded to your GBA cartridge or sent it to Nintendo.
Pokémon Day 2008
Pokémon Day was held from August 30 to 31 in 2008.
There was also one free Pokémon Trading Card Game card: Pikachu Pokémon Day TCG Card.
Pokémon Day 2009
In 2009, it was held from August 29 to 30.
|Pokémon Info||Trainer Memo||Battle Moves||Ribbons|
|REGIGIGAS||Dex No.||486||Random nature.||Steel||Iron Head||None|
|Lv. 100||Type||Rock||Rock Slide|
|Normal||Pokémon Event||Ice||Icy Wind|
|OT||EUSMR09||Apparently had a||Normal||Crush Grip|
|ID No.||07189||fateful encounter at||This Pokémon was available in the Netherlands |
from August 29 to 30, 2009.
|Custap Berry||Slow Start|
|The date this Pokémon was received is determined by the date on the DS when it was obtained from the Poké Mart.|
Pokémon Day 2010
The Pokémon Day 2010 was held from August 28 to 29.
The Dutch dub of Arceus and the Jewel of Life was shown, and like always, visitors could pick up a goodie bag, which contained a Pikachu TCG promo card and other Pokémon merchandise. There wasn't a download this year, for unknown reasons.
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