Birth! Z Tretta!! (Tretta)

Birth! Z Tretta!!
Tretta set 19 logo.png
Number of Tretta 48
Set number 19
Release date November 19, 2015
Hyperspace Fury! Hoopa Transformation
Zygarde Super Power Up, Ash-Greninja Comes Calling

Birth! Z Tretta!! (Japanese: 誕生!Zトレッタ!!) is the first set in the Pokémon Tretta Ultimate Z series, and the nineteenth overall. It features 48 Tretta.


Birth! Z Tretta!! is the first set of the Pokémon Tretta Ultimate Z series, a continuation of the Pokémon Tretta Ultimate series with particular focus on the Legendary Order Pokémon Zygarde in its constituent forms. This series introduces Z Tretta, which have additional capabilities such as the ability to summon Pokémon to aid a player in Battle Mode, similar to the role of Advent in Pokémon Battrio, or the ability to change their form. Z Tretta are identified with a   icon. Birth! Z Tretta!! features Zygarde in its 50% Forme as an Ultimate-class and a Hyper-class Tretta with the Z Tretta ability, which allows Zygarde to transform into its Complete Forme when its HP drops below half. The Legendary beasts Raikou, Entei, and Suicune are also featured as Master-class Tretta with the Z Tretta ability. Each member of the trio have a chance to summon either of the other two members if used in Battle Mode, but if all three are used together, the Legendary Rainbow Pokémon Ho-Oh will always be summoned. Additional Pokémon summoned via the Z Tretta ability will attack after the conclusion of Round 3 in Battle Mode. If the player has any Extra Attackers, any Z Tretta-summoned Pokémon will attack afterwards.

The numbering system for the series prefixes the set number with "Z", which reverts to 1 with this set. Another cross promotion with the Pokémon anime also begins with this set, with Shiny versions of two members of the aura trio, Xerneas and Yveltal, featured as Legend-class Tretta following the availability of their core series counterparts prior to the set's release. Another Pikachu based on the one belonging to Ash Ketchum is featured as a Master-class Tretta, as are a Shiny Metagross and Charizard capable of Mega Evolution. These Pokémon are based on those belonging to Steven Stone and Alain from the Mega Evolution specials respectively. Other Pokémon capable of Mega Evolution in this set include Abomasnow and new addition Aggron.

Location icons in Search Mode may feature sparkles if a high-class Pokémon will be encountered there, a new feature from this set. Locations also have a winter theme, with Foot replacing Ruins from the last set.

Birth! Z Tretta!! also introduces Tretta with one-hit knockout moves, identified by red text on a move segment. Much like their core series counterparts, their accuracy is considerably lower compared to that of regular attacks, but a successful hit will fill the Catch Gauge of an opposing Pokémon completely.

Challenge Battle includes five new line-ups for players to compete against, including two new Tretta Leaguer types, Naughty Leaguer and Tretta Doctor. Tretta Idol Hitomi and Top Leaguer Tatsuya return, but this time as the 4-star and 5-star challengers. Players with Tretta Reports could also add the Aura Pokémon Lucario and Legendary Alpha Pokémon Arceus to their Extra Attacker roster through repeated play.

Challenge Battle Tretta Leaguers

Corporate Warrior Imura
Difficulty: ★☆☆☆☆
Poison Jab
Poison Tail
Sludge Bomb
Naughty Leaguer Kenji
Difficulty: ★★☆☆☆
Dragon Claw
Dragon Tail
Tretta Doctor Akiko
Difficulty: ★★★☆☆
Techno Blast
Shadow Punch
Tretta Idol Hitomi
Difficulty: ★★★★☆
Mega Tyranitar
Stone Edge
Hyperspace Fury
Mega Gyarados
Top Leaguer Tatsuya
Difficulty: ★★★★★
Blue Flare
Bolt Strike

Set list

Tretta No. Name Type Class
Z1-XX Zygarde    
Z1-RE Rayquaza    
Z1-00 Xerneas    
Z1-01 Yveltal    
Z1-02 Raikou    
Z1-03 Entei    
Z1-04 Suicune    
Z1-05 Metagross    
Z1-06 Charizard    
Z1-07 Pikachu    
Z1-08 Darkrai    
Z1-09 Zygarde    
Z1-10 Tornadus    
Z1-11 Thundurus    
Z1-12 Landorus    
Z1-13 Aggron    
Z1-14 Greninja    
Z1-15 Abomasnow    
Z1-16 Tornadus    
Z1-17 Thundurus    
Z1-18 Landorus    
Z1-19 Aggron    
Z1-20 Meowstic    
Z1-21 Meowstic    
Z1-22 Vanilluxe    
Z1-23 Bisharp    
Z1-24 Conkeldurr    
Z1-25 Chandelure    
Z1-26 Rotom    
Z1-27 Rotom    
Z1-28 Rotom    
Z1-29 Rotom    
Z1-30 Rotom    
Z1-31 Rotom    
Z1-32 Pikachu    
Z1-33 Foongus    
Z1-34 Pumpkaboo    
Z1-35 Inkay    
Z1-36 Stunfisk    
Z1-37 Staryu    
Z1-38 Spoink    
Z1-39 Bellsprout    
Z1-40 Magikarp    
Z1-41 Farfetch'd    
Z1-42 Rhyhorn    
Z1-43 Goomy    
Z1-44 Dedenne    
Z1-45 Drifloon    

Pokémon Tretta
Pokémon Tretta League Opening!Search for the Legendary Pokémon!
Black Kyurem & White KyuremWitness Genesect!Search with Meowth! That Trio!!
Pokémon Tretta Fes
Gather! New LeaguersLet's Go Everyone! Let's Catch It!
Have You Seen Them?! The New Powers!!
The Pokémon Tretta
Chespin! Fennekin! Froakie!Experience Mega Evolution!Xerneas & Yveltal
Search! Strongest FriendsPrimal Reversion's Super Power!Invasion! Mega Rayquaza
Pokémon Tretta Ultimate
Dragon Ascent! Black Mega Rayquaza FlightGlaciate! Kyurem Assault
Judgment! Arceus AdventHyperspace Fury! Hoopa Transformation
Pokémon Tretta Ultimate Z
Birth! Z Tretta!!Zygarde Super Power Up, Ash-Greninja Comes Calling
The Strongest in History! Mewtwo Max Voltage!!
Great Gathering! Legendary! Mirage! Mega Evolution!
Promotional TrettaPokémon Tretta Safari

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