Hyperspace Fury! Hoopa Transformation (Tretta)

Hyperspace Fury! Hoopa Transformation
いじげんラッシュ!フーパ変幻
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Number of Tretta 48
Set number 18
Release date September 17, 2015
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Hyperspace Fury! Hoopa Transformation (Japanese: いじげんラッシュ!フーパ変幻) is the fourth set in the Pokémon Tretta Ultimate series, and the eighteenth overall. It features 48 Tretta.

Information

Hoopa is once again featured as a prominent Pokémon in Hyperspace Fury! Hoopa Transformation, appearing as an Ultimate-class Tretta and in both of its forms. Hoopa begins Battle Mode in its Confined form and can use Hyperspace Hole, transforming into its Unbound form if still able to battle at the start of Round 3, with the ability to use Hyperspace Fury. This set also includes two Legend-class Tretta, which feature the New Species Pokémon Mew, its second time appearing as a Legend-class Tretta, and the Pokémon Tretta debut of the Time Travel Pokémon Celebi.

A total of twelve Mega Evolution Pokémon are available in Hyperspace Fury! Hoopa Transformation, which include: Gengar, Gyarados, Gardevoir, Gallade, Charizard (in both X and Y forms), Pidgeot, Absol, Slowbro, Manectric, plus new additions Venusaur and Blastoise. The legendary birds Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres are also featured as Master-class Tretta. No Secret Tretta are included in this set, and all regular Tretta are colored turquoise.

Locations included in Search Mode have an autumn theme, with Ruins and Park replacing Beach and Foot, absent for the first time since its introduction.

Hyperspace Fury! Hoopa Transformation also introduces a fundamental aspect of all core series Pokémon games to Pokémon Tretta: the ability to trade. Pokémon Exchange Time (Japanese: ポケモンこうかんタイム) may begin after successfully capturing at least one Pokémon in Catch Mode, during which a Tretta Leaguer may offer to trade for another Pokémon from the same set. The Pokémon available for trade are random and are not limited relative to the class of Pokémon caught. The player can choose to accept or decline the trade using the console buttons. The Pokémon ultimately selected will be dispensed and, if the player has a Tretta Report, will be added to the list of caught Pokémon. The score earned at the end of Catch Mode applies to the Pokémon caught originally, regardless of any trades.

Challenge Battle also includes five new line-ups for players to earn another five stamps on their Stamp Card, with returning faces including Tretta Idol Hitomi, Top Leaguer Tatsuya, and Legend Leaguer Goushou, albeit in a different cowl. Players with Tretta Reports could also add the Legendary Order Pokémon Zygarde to their Extra Attacker roster through repeated play.

Challenge Battle Tretta Leaguers

Corporate Warrior Shuichi
きぎょうせんしのシュウイチ
 
Difficulty: ★☆☆☆☆
Fletchling
 
Peck
 
Braviary
 
Air Slash
 
Ducklett
 
Wing Attack
 
Tretta Kid Kumiko
トレッタキッズのクミコ
 
Difficulty: ★★☆☆☆
Darmanitan
 
Flare Blitz
 
Volcarona
 
Fiery Dance
 
Flareon
 
Ember
 
Tretta Idol Hitomi
トレッタアイドルのヒトミ
 
Difficulty: ★★★☆☆
Mega Lucario
 
Close Combat
 
Mega Garchomp
 
Earthquake
 
Mega Absol
 
Sucker Punch
 
Top Leaguer Tatsuya
トップリーガーのタツヤ
 
Difficulty: ★★★★☆
Mega Steelix
 
Iron Tail
 
Zygarde
 
Land's Wrath
 
Milotic
 
Water Pulse
 
Legend Leaguer Goushou
レジェンドリーガーのゴウショウ
 
Difficulty: ★★★★★
Dialga
 
Roar of Time
 
Giratina
 
Shadow Force
 
Palkia
 
Spacial Rend
 


Set list

Tretta No. Name Type Class
U4-XX Hoopa    
U4-00 Celebi    
U4-01 Mew    
U4-02 Zapdos    
U4-03 Moltres    
U4-04 Articuno    
U4-05 Venusaur    
U4-06 Blastoise    
U4-07 Charizard    
U4-08 Charizard    
U4-09 Gengar    
U4-10 Gyarados    
U4-11 Gardevoir    
U4-12 Gallade    
U4-13 Dragonite    
U4-14 Haxorus    
U4-15 Volcarona    
U4-16 Venusaur    
U4-17 Blastoise    
U4-18 Charizard    
U4-19 Charizard    
U4-20 Pidgeot    
U4-21 Absol    
U4-22 Slowbro    
U4-23 Manectric    
U4-24 Vaporeon    
U4-25 Jolteon    
U4-26 Flareon    
U4-27 Espeon    
U4-28 Umbreon    
U4-29 Leafeon    
U4-30 Glaceon    
U4-31 Sylveon    
U4-32 Croagunk    
U4-33 Eevee    
U4-34 Magnemite    
U4-35 Stunfisk    
U4-36 Scraggy    
U4-37 Psyduck    
U4-38 Emolga    
U4-39 Riolu    
U4-40 Fletchling    
U4-41 Cubone    
U4-42 Voltorb    
U4-43 Slowpoke    
U4-44 Shellder    
U4-45 Clefairy    
U4-46 Tangela    
 



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