List of legendary events in Pokémon Masters EX

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Legendary events (Japanese: 伝説ポケモンイベント Legendary Pokémon Event) are a type of limited-time event in Pokémon Masters EX. These focus on a specific sync pair with a Legendary Pokémon.

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The first legendary event ran from December 5 to 18, 2019. It was focused on the sync pair, Giovanni and Mewtwo. As with other events, the player can earn vouchers to exchange with special items at the shop. Also, once the player collects 800 Custom Voucher 1, the final part of the story "A Questionable Alliance" is unlocked where the player is able to recruit Giovanni and Mewtwo.

Custom items can also be obtained to unlock moves and passive skills, increase the level cap and the potential of the Giovanni and Mewtwo sync pair.

Unlike previous events, this legendary event may return. As a result, vouchers are not automatically exchanged with coins, but will carry over.

This event reran from March 6 to 16, 2020. This included new single-player battles.

This event ran for a third time from February 8 to March 10, 2021. For this rerun, the vouchers and custom items were replaced with Legendary Prize Coins that could be used to draw items from a Prize Box pool. If the grand prize is drawn, players can advance to the next pool; the grand prizes include 3★ Level-Up Manuals, Co-op Sync Orbs, Custom ★ Power-Ups for Giovanni and Mewtwo, and a Strike Move Candy Coin. Players could also exchange Legendary Prize Coins for items in the shop. Extra Legendary Prize Coins are automatically exchanged with coins once the event is finished.

Plot

The event starts with Giovanni asking Mewtwo to sow seeds of chaos.

At the Pokémon Center, Trista relays news of a strong sync pair causing trouble and warns the player to take caution when exploring the beach.

Brock, Misty, and the player go out to the beach to help stop the trouble. They overhear some Team Break masked men discuss how strong the Trainer is and wonder whether they can make him their boss. However, one of them reveals that he had previously stated not being interested as he was already leader of Team Rainbow Rocket. Brock and Misty interrupt their conversation and Misty realizes that this must mean that Giovanni has come to Pasio. Brock explains to the player that Giovanni is the leader of Team Rocket in Kanto. They decide to stop him but the Team Break thugs try to stop them and start a battle. After being defeated, the masked men leave.

Brock, Misty and the player head into the cave where Giovanni is. After some time, they eventually find him. Misty confronts Giovanni asking what he is up to despite Team Rocket having being disbanded. Giovanni is surprised that Team Rocket is disbanded and guesses he is doomed to be a criminal no matter which world he is in.

Giovanni reveals he was able to mine a sync stone from the cave. He reveals his aim to bend the power of the sync stone to his will and to unleash the hidden power in them. He brings out Mewtwo and battles them to see what the sync stone is capable of.

After the battle, Giovanni sees that it is possible for the bond of a sync pair to manifest great strength. Brock doubts Giovanni will give up on seeking power and believes he was not treating that as a serious battle. Giovanni remarks that the battle was a test run. He dares the player to follow him to for a rematch and then disappears with a snap of his fingers.

The player finally corners Giovanni in a cave. He admits being impressed with the team's full power and asks whether they would like to work with him. Brock does not want to get involved with his evil schemes. Giovanni understands their doubts and states he has been thinking about changing his ways and starting afresh in this new part of the world. Both Brock and Misty are sceptical but Brock suggests that the player could keep an eye on Giovanni by letting him join the team. Giovanni promises not to get involved with Team Break and just to enjoy the PML. As they leave, Giovanni reflects that he has been able to infiltrate their unit successfully and is still deciding whether to truly start afresh or to plan something else.

Battles

Single player

Name Difficulty Trainer Pokémon Stamina Completion Rewards Battle Rewards
Left Middle Right
Get to Giovanni! Normal  
Masked Man
 
Grumpig
Weakness:  
 
Gengar
Weakness:  
 
Mareanie
Weakness:  
10 75 coins
Custom Voucher 1
Custom Training Machine
Second run:
Custom Voucher 1 ×2
Custom Training Machine ×2
Third run:
400 coins
Legendary Prize Coin D ×14
Legendary Prize Coin D ×1-3*
Mewtwo Strikes! Hard  
Giovanni
 
Staraptor
Weakness:  
 
Mewtwo
Weakness:  
 
Drifloon
Weakness:  
15 150 coins
Custom Voucher 1 ×2
Custom Super Voucher 1
Custom Training Machine
Second run:
Custom Voucher 1 ×4
Custom Training Machine ×2
Third run:
600 coins
Legendary Prize Coin D ×27
Legendary Prize Coin D ×1-6*
Mewtwo Strikes! Round 2* Very Hard 15 180 coins
Custom Voucher 1 ×10
Custom Training Machine ×2
Custom Buff Blend ×2
Third run:
1000 coins
Legendary Prize Coin D ×33
Legendary Prize Coin D ×1-8*
Challenge Team Break: Part 1* None  
Masked Woman
 
Medicham
Weakness:  
 
Nidoqueen
Weakness:  
 
Hariyama
Weakness:  
240 coins
Custom Voucher 1 ×15
Custom Training Machine ×3
Custom Buff Blend ×3
Custom Great Buff Blend ×2
Challenge Team Break: Part 2* 300 coins
Custom Voucher 1 ×19
Custom Training Machine ×5
Custom Buff Blend ×5
Custom Great Buff Blend ×5
Take Down Giovanni! Round 1* Super Hard  
Giovanni
 
Solrock
Weakness:  
 
Mewtwo
Weakness:  
 
Lunatone
Weakness:  
20 1500 coins
Legendary Prize Coin D ×58
Legendary Prize Coin D ×1-14
Take Down Giovanni! Round 2* Ultra Hard 20 2000 coins
Legendary Prize Coin D ×80
Legendary Prize Coin D ×1-20

Co-op

Once per day, the rewards (except first time rewards) are tripled.

Name Difficulty Trainer Pokémon Completion Rewards Battle Rewards
Left Middle Right
Take Down Giovanni! Round 1 Normal  
Giovanni
 
Crobat
Weakness:  

 
Dusclops
Weakness:  
 
Mewtwo
Weakness:  
 
Honchkrow
Weakness:  

 
Sigilyph
Weakness:  
150 coins
Custom Voucher 1
Custom Super Voucher 1
Custom Training Machine
Custom Buff Blend*
Custom Voucher 1
Custom Super Voucher 1
Custom Training Machine
Custom Super Training Machine*
Custom Buff Blend*
Custom Great Buff Blend*
Take Down Giovanni! Round 2 Hard 300 coins
Custom Voucher 1
Custom Super Voucher 1
Custom Training Machine
Custom Super Training Machine*
Custom Buff Blend*
Custom Great Buff Blend*
Take Down Giovanni! Round 3 Very Hard  
Solrock
Weakness:  
 
Mewtwo
Weakness:  
 
Lunatone
Weakness:  
500 coins
Custom Voucher 1
Custom Super Voucher 1
Custom Training Machine
Custom Buff Blend*
Custom Great Buff Blend*
Take Down Giovanni! Round 4 Super Hard N/A Buff Blend +
Tech Tonic +
Aid Ade +

All first time rewards give the player 30 gems, except "Take Down Giovanni! Round 4" which rewards the player with 300 gems.

Shop

Item given Item received Notes
 
Custom Voucher 1 ×1000
Giovanni & Mewtwo Max 1 exchange
 
Custom Voucher 1 ×2000
Giovanni & Mewtwo
 
Custom Super Voucher 1 ×500
Giovanni & Mewtwo
 
Custom Super Voucher 1 ×1000
Giovanni & Mewtwo
 
Custom Voucher 1 ×100
Custom Voucher 1 ×300
Custom Voucher 1 ×500
Custom Voucher 1 ×700
Custom Voucher 1 ×900
Custom Voucher 1 ×1100
Custom Voucher 1 ×1300
Custom Voucher 1 ×1500
Custom Voucher 1 ×1700
Custom Voucher 1 ×2000
Custom ★ Power-Up
 
Custom Super Voucher 1 ×100
Custom Super Voucher 1 ×150
Custom Super Voucher 1 ×200
Custom Super Voucher 1 ×250
Custom Super Voucher 1 ×300
Custom Super Voucher 1 ×350
Custom Super Voucher 1 ×400
Custom Super Voucher 1 ×500
Custom Super Voucher 1 ×600
Custom Super Voucher 1 ×700
Custom ★ Power-Up
 
Custom Super Voucher 1 ×250
 
Elite Four Notes
Unlimited number of exchanges possible
 
Custom Voucher 1 ×200
 
Gym Leader Notes
 
Custom Super Voucher 1 ×100
 
Buff Blend + ×50
 
Custom Voucher 1 ×20
 
Ultra Buff Blend ×50
 
Custom Voucher 1 ×15
 
Great Buff Blend ×50
 
Custom Voucher 1 ×10
 
Buff Blend ×50

The Beast That Devours the Sun

The second legendary event ran from January 1 to 22, 2020. It was focused on the Solgaleo. As with other events, players can earn vouchers to exchange with special items at the shop. Also, once the player collects 100 Custom Voucher 2, the final part of the story "A Shining New Friend" is unlocked where the player is able to recruit Scottie/Bettie and Solgaleo.

Custom items can also be obtained to unlock moves and passive skills, increase the level cap and the potential of the Scottie/Bettie and Solgaleo sync pair.

Vouchers are not automatically exchanged with coins once the event is finished, and will remain in the player's bag.

This event reran from April 6 to 24, 2020.

This event ran for a third time from December 7 to January 3, 2020. For this rerun, the vouchers and custom items were replaced with Legendary Prize Coins that could be used to draw items from a Prize Box pool. If the grand prize is drawn, players can advance to the next pool; the grand prizes include 3★ Level-Up Manuals, Co-op Sync Orbs, a 3★ Tech Move Candy, a 4★ Tech Move Candy, 5★ Scout Tickets, and a Strike Move Candy Coin. Players could also exchange Legendary Prize Coins for items in the shop. Extra Legendary Prize Coins are automatically exchanged with coins once the event is finished.

Plot

The event starts with Rachel believing that Team Break have teleported a strong sync pair to Pasio.

At the Pokémon Center, Professor Bellis greets the player and tells them about the rumors of a strong Pokémon that has arrived at a mountain peak. Like Rachel, Professor Bellis believes that it must be a new sync pair and wonders who the Trainer is.

The player then joins Hau and Roxie early in the morning to catch the sunrise up on the mountain as well as to see this mysterious Pokémon. After defeating a Hiker itching for a battle, the trio arrive at the peak where many Trainers have gathered. Just as the sun rises, Solgaleo appears but with no sync pair Trainer in sight. Along with a wild Ponyta and Solrock that have come along with Solgaleo, the three Pokémon defeat all the Trainers on the mountain peak.

Solgaleo then challenges the player, Hau, and Roxie to a battle. After the player defeats Solgaleo, the Sunne Pokémon returns for a repeat battle, having re-energised itself by taking up the sunshine. After multiple battles, Solgaleo appears satisfied with its fill of battles and the trio head back down the mountain. However, Solgaleo follows them down, and Hau realises that Solgaleo would like to become a sync pair with the player.

Battles

Single player

Name Difficulty Trainer Pokémon Stamina First-Time Rewards Completion Rewards Battle Rewards
Left Middle Right
Battle before Daybreak! Normal  
Rising Star Naomi
 
Magnemite
Weakness:  
 
Pikachu
Weakness:  
 
Phanpy
Weakness:  
10* Gems ×30 Original runs:
75 coins
Custom Voucher 2 ×2
Custom Training Machine ×2
Third run:
200 coins
Legendary Prize Coin B ×14
Legendary Prize Coin B ×1-3*
Solgaleo's Challenge: Part 1 Hard  
Solgaleo
 
Ponyta
Weakness:  
 
Solgaleo
Weakness:  
 
Solrock
Weakness:  
15* Gems ×30 Original runs:
150 coins
Custom Voucher 2 ×4
Custom Training Machine ×4
Third run:
450 coins
Legendary Prize Coin B ×27
Legendary Prize Coin B ×1-6*
Solgaleo's Challenge: Part 2 Very Hard 15* Gems ×30 Original runs:
180 coins
Custom Voucher 2 ×10
Custom Training Machine ×4
Third run:
750 coins
Legendary Prize Coin B ×33
Legendary Prize Coin B ×1-8*
Challenge Team Break: Part 1*  
Masked Man
 
Granbull
Weakness:  
 
Tyranitar
Weakness:  
 
Aurorus
Weakness:  
Gems ×30 240 coins
Custom Voucher 2 ×15
Custom Training Machine ×7
Custom Super Training Machine ×2
Challenge Team Break: Part 2* Gems ×30 300 coins
Custom Voucher 2 ×19
Custom Training Machine ×11
Custom Super Training Machine ×5
Take Down Solgaleo! Round 1* Super Hard  
Solgaleo
 
Houndoom
Weakness:  
 
Solgaleo
Weakness:  
 
Rapidash
Weakness:  
20 Gems ×30 1500 coins
Legendary Prize Coin B ×58
Legendary Prize Coin B ×1-14
Take Down Solgaleo! Round 2* Ultra Hard 20 Gems ×30 2000 coins
Legendary Prize Coin B ×80
Legendary Prize Coin B ×1-20

Co-op

Once per day, the rewards (except first time rewards) are tripled.

Name Difficulty Pokémon Completion Rewards Battle Rewards
Left Middle Right
Take Down Solgaleo! Round 1 Normal  
Slugma
Weakness:  
 
Solgaleo
Weakness:  
 
Staravia
Weakness:  
150 coins
Custom Voucher 2
Custom Super Voucher 2
Custom Training Machine
Custom Super Training Machine
Custom Voucher 2
Custom Super Voucher 2
Custom Training Machine
Custom Super Training Machine
Take Down Solgaleo! Round 2 Hard 300 coins
Custom Voucher 2
Custom Super Voucher 2
Custom Training Machine
Custom Super Training Machine
Take Down Solgaleo! Round 3 Very Hard  
Houndoom
Weakness:  
 
Solgaleo
Weakness:  
 
Rapidash
Weakness:  
500 coins
Custom Voucher 2
Custom Super Voucher 2
Custom Training Machine
Custom Super Training Machine
Take Down Solgaleo! Round 4 Super Hard N/A Buff Blend +
Tech Tonic +
Aid Ade +

All first time rewards give the player 30 gems, except "Take Down Solgaleo! Round 4" which rewards the player with 300 gems.

Shop

Initial run

Item given Item received Notes
 
Custom Voucher 2 ×800
Scottie/Bettie & Solgaleo Max 1 exchange
 
Custom Voucher 2 ×1200
Scottie/Bettie & Solgaleo
 
Custom Voucher 2 ×1600
Scottie/Bettie & Solgaleo
 
Custom Voucher 2 ×2400
Scottie/Bettie & Solgaleo
 
Custom Voucher 2 ×80
Custom Voucher 2 ×120
Custom Voucher 2 ×160
Custom Voucher 2 ×200
Custom Voucher 2 ×240
Custom Voucher 2 ×280
Custom Voucher 2 ×320
Custom Voucher 2 ×360
Custom Voucher 2 ×400
Custom Voucher 2 ×440
Custom Voucher 2 ×480
Custom Voucher 2 ×520
Custom Voucher 2 ×560
Custom Voucher 2 ×600
Custom Voucher 2 ×640
Custom Voucher 2 ×680
Custom Voucher 2 ×720
Custom Voucher 2 ×760
Custom Voucher 2 ×800
Custom Voucher 2 ×840
 
Custom ★ Power-Up
 
Custom Super Voucher 2 ×300
 
Limited-Time 5★ Power-Up
Max 3 exchanges
 
Custom Super Voucher 2 ×200
 
Limited-Time 4★ Power-Up
 
Custom Super Voucher 2 ×100
 
Limited-Time 3★ Power-Up
 
Custom Super Voucher 2 ×100
 
Elite Four Notes
Unlimited number of exchanges possible
 
Custom Super Voucher 2 ×50
 
Gym Leader Notes
 
Custom Super Voucher 2 40
 
Buff Blend + ×50
 
Custom Super Voucher 2 ×20
 
Ultra Buff Blend ×50
 
Custom Super Voucher 2 ×15
 
Great Buff Blend ×50
 
Custom Super Voucher 2 ×10
 
Buff Blend ×50

Third run

Item given Item received Notes
60px
Legendary Prize Coin B ×100
Scottie/Bettie & Solgaleo Max 1 exchange
60px
Legendary Prize Coin B ×100
Scottie/Bettie & Solgaleo
60px
Legendary Prize Coin B ×100
Scottie/Bettie & Solgaleo
60px
Legendary Prize Coin B ×100
Scottie/Bettie & Solgaleo
60px
Legendary Prize Coin B ×30
 
Custom ★ Power-Up
Max 20 exchanges
 
Custom ★ Power-Up ×10
 
5★ Power-Up
Unlimited exchanges
 
Custom ★ Power-Up ×1
 
3★ Power-Up

The Dragon That Rules the Sky

The third legendary event ran from January 30 to February 14, 2020. It was focused on the sync pair, Zinnia and Rayquaza. As with other events, players can earn vouchers to exchange with special items at the shop. Also, once the player collects 100 Custom Voucher 3, the final part of the story "A New Beginning" is unlocked where the player is able to recruit Zinnia and Rayquaza.

Custom items can also be obtained to unlock moves and passive skills, increase the level cap and the potential of the Zinnia and Rayquaza sync pair.

Vouchers are not automatically exchanged with coins once the event is finished, and will remain in the player's bag.

This event reran from November 1 to December 7, 2020. For this rerun, the vouchers and custom items were replaced with Legendary Prize Coins that could be used to draw items from a Prize Box pool. If the grand prize is drawn, players can advance to the next pool; the grand prizes include 3★ Level-Up Manuals, Co-op Sync Orbs, a 3★ Support Move Candy, a 4★ Strike Move Candy, 5★ Scout Tickets, and a Strike Move Candy Coin. Extra Legendary Prize Coins are automatically exchanged with coins once the event is finished. On November 11, due to the backlash regarding the removal of Legendary pair's sync move upgrade as well as the Custom 5★ Power-up, the event was updated to allow players to exchange Legendary Prize Coins for the afromentioned items in the shop.

This event ran for a third time from April 8 to May 18, 2021. For this rerun, players can earn Legendary Prize Coins that could be used to draw items from a Prize Box pool. If the grand prize is drawn, players can advance to the next pool; the grand prizes include 3★ Level-Up Manuals, Co-op Sync Orbs, 5★ Scout Tickets, Custom 5★ Power up for Zinnia and Rayquaza and a Support move candy coin. Extra Legendary Prize Coins are automatically exchanged with coins once the event ends.

Plot

The event begins with Zinnia trying to locate Rayquaza at the glaciers.

At the Pokémon Center, Trista warns the player that there have been sightings of an unknown Dragon-type Pokémon near the glaciers. She claims that the Pokémon doesn't seem to have a Trainer, and is attacking anyone who comes near it.

Then player meets Professor Kukui at the glaciers, who has also come after having heard news of this Pokémon. He wonders why it is here with no Trainer and remarks that this is not the fist time a lone Pokémon has suddenly appeared.

Zinnia then attacks out of nowhere. Kukui is surprised at the attack but Zinnia rebuts that she was attacked earlier by Team Break. Kukui reassures her that they are not with Team Break, but Zinnia still battles them to prevent them from passing through.

After the battle, Zinnia admits that she is here for Rayquaza. Kukui wants to help her in case Team Break reappears, but Zinnia asks them to stay out of the way and heads off. Concerned, they follow after her.

Although they are not interrupted by Team Break on the way, Kukui is still worried that Rayquaza will be too strong for Zinnia alone. When Rayquaza attacks, Kukui and the player help to protect Zinnia and her Salamence. Kukui heals Salamence. Zinnia then reveals that her reason for approaching Rayquaza is because she was previously unable to fulfil a mission to save the world with Rayquaza. When she had heard Rayqauza was in Pasio, it had felt like a second chance to her.

Reluctantly, Zinnia agrees to enlist the help of Kukui and the player. After they defeat Rayquaza, Zinnia opens her heart and asks Rayquaza to lend her its strength so that she could one day fulfil her mission.

Rayquaza joins Zinnia, but Zinnia feels that it joined under one condition - to battle Kukui and the player again.

Battles

Single player

Name Difficulty Trainer Pokémon Stamina First-Time Rewards Completion Rewards Battle Rewards
Left Middle Right
Fight Now, Talk Later Normal  
Zinnia
 
Deino
Weakness:  
 
Salamence
Weakness:  
 
Shieldon
Weakness:  
Second run:
20
Third run:
10
Gems ×30 Original run:
75 coins
Custom Voucher 3 x2
Second run:
400 coins
Legendary Prize Coin A ×22
Third run:
400 coins
Legendary Prize Coin G ×14
Second run:
Legendary Prize Coin A ×1-4
Third run:
Legendary Prize Coin G ×1-3
The Sky-Rending Dragon, Part 1 Hard  
Rayquaza
 
Aurorus
Weakness:  
 
Rayquaza
Weakness:  
 
Deino
Weakness:  
Second run:
20
Third run:
15
Gems ×30 Original run:
150 coins
Custom Voucher 3 x4
Custom Training Machine x2
Custom Buff Blend x2
Second run:
600 coins
Legendary Prize Coin A ×27
Third run:
600 coins
Legendary Prize Coin G ×27
Second run:
Legendary Prize Coin A ×1-6
Third run:
Legendary Prize Coin G ×1-6
The Sky-Rending Dragon, Part 2 Very Hard  
Zinnia
Second run:
20
Third run:
15
Gems ×30 Original run:
180 coins
Custom Voucher 3 x10
Custom Training Machine x2
Custom Buff Blend x2
Second run:
1000 coins
Legendary Prize Coin A ×34
Third run:
1000 coins
Legendary Prize Coin G ×33
Second run:
Legendary Prize Coin A ×1-8
Third run:
Legendary Prize Coin G ×1-8
Challenge Team Break, Part 1* None  
Masked Man
 
Pinsir
Weakness:  
 
Turtonator
Weakness:  
 
Vibrava
Weakness:  
Gems ×30 240 coins
Custom Voucher 3 x15
Custom Training Machine x3
Custom Buff Blend x3
Custom Super Buff Blend x2
Challenge Team Break, Part 2* Gems ×30 300 coins
Custom Voucher 3 x19
Custom Training Machine x5
Custom Buff Blend x5
Custom Super Buff Blend x2
Take Down Zinnia! Round 1* Super Hard  
Zinnia
 
Aurorus
Weakness:  
 
Rayquaza
Weakness:  
 
Turtonator
Weakness:  
20 Gems ×30 Second run:
1500 coins
Legendary Prize Coin A ×45
Third run:
1500 coins
Legendary Prize Coin G ×58
Second run:
Legendary Prize Coin A ×1-10
Third run:
Legendary Prize Coin G ×1-14
Take Down Zinnia! Round 2* Ultra Hard 20 Gems ×30 Second run:
2000 coins
Legendary Prize Coin A ×63
Third run:
2000 coins
Legendary Prize Coin G ×80
Second run:
Legendary Prize Coin A ×1-14
Third run:
Legendary Prize Coin G ×1-20

Co-op

Once per day, the rewards (except first time rewards) are tripled. Excluding rerun.

Name Difficulty Trainer Pokémon First-Time Rewards Completion Rewards Battle Rewards
Left Middle Right
Take Down Zinnia! Round 1 Normal  
Zinnia
 
Staravia
Weakness:  

 
Vibrava
Weakness:  
 
Rayquaza
Weakness:  
 
Staravia
Weakness:  

 
Vibrava
Weakness:  
Gems ×30 150 coins
Custom Voucher 3
Custom Super Voucher 3
Custom Training Machine
Custom Buff Blend
Custom Super Buff Blend
Custom Voucher 3
Custom Super Voucher 3
Custom Training Machine
Custom Buff Blend
Custom Super Buff Blend
Take Down Zinnia! Round 2 Hard Gems ×30 300 coins
Custom Voucher 3
Custom Super Voucher 3
Custom Training Machine
Custom Buff Blend
Custom Super Buff Blend
Take Down Zinnia! Round 3 Very Hard  
Aurorus
Weakness:  
 
Rayquaza
Weakness:  
 
Turtonator
Weakness:  
Gems ×30 500 coins
Custom Voucher 3
Custom Super Voucher 3
Custom Training Machine
Custom Buff Blend
Custom Super Buff Blend
Take Down Zinnia! Round 4 Super Hard Gems ×300 N/A Buff Blend +
Tech Tonic +
Aid Ade +

Shop

Initial run

Item given Item received Notes
 
Custom Voucher 3 ×800
Zinnia & Rayquaza Max 1 exchange
 
Custom Voucher 3 ×1200
Zinnia & Rayquaza
 
Custom Voucher 3 ×1600
Zinnia & Rayquaza
 
Custom Voucher 3 ×2400
Zinnia & Rayquaza
 
Custom Voucher 3 ×80
Custom Voucher 3 ×120
Custom Voucher 3 ×160
Custom Voucher 3 ×200
Custom Voucher 3 ×240
Custom Voucher 3 ×280
Custom Voucher 3 ×320
Custom Voucher 3 ×360
Custom Voucher 3 ×400
Custom Voucher 3 ×440
Custom Voucher 3 ×480
Custom Voucher 3 ×520
Custom Voucher 3 ×560
Custom Voucher 3 ×600
Custom Voucher 3 ×640
Custom Voucher 3 ×680
Custom Voucher 3 ×720
Custom Voucher 3 ×760
Custom Voucher 3 ×800
Custom Voucher 3 ×840
 
Custom ★ Power-Up
 
Custom Super Voucher 3 ×300
 
Limited-Time 5★ Power-Up
Max 3 exchanges
 
Custom Super Voucher 3 ×200
 
Limited-Time 4★ Power-Up
 
Custom Super Voucher 3 ×100
 
Limited-Time 3★ Power-Up
 
Custom Super Voucher 3 ×100
 
Elite Four Notes
Unlimited number of exchanges possible
 
Custom Super Voucher 3 ×50
 
Gym Leader Notes
 
Custom Super Voucher 3 ×40
 
Buff Blend + ×50
 
Custom Super Voucher 3 ×20
 
Ultra Buff Blend ×50
 
Custom Super Voucher 3 ×15
 
Great Buff Blend ×50
 
Custom Super Voucher 3 ×10
 
Buff Blend ×50
 
Custom Super Voucher 3 ×5
 
3★ Level-Up Manual ×10

Second run

Item given Item received Notes
 
Legendary Prize Coin A ×100
Zinnia & Rayquaza Max 1 exchange
 
Legendary Prize Coin A ×100
Zinnia & Rayquaza
 
Legendary Prize Coin A ×100
Zinnia & Rayquaza
 
Legendary Prize Coin A ×100
Zinnia & Rayquaza
 
Legendary Prize Coin A ×30
 
Custom ★ Power-Up
Max 20 exchanges
 
Custom ★ Power-Up ×10
 
5★ Power-Up
Unlimited exchanges
 
Custom ★ Power-Up ×1
 
3★ Power-Up

Third run

Item given Item received Notes
 
Custom ★ Power-Up ×10
 
5★ Power-Up
Unlimited exchanges
 
Custom ★ Power-Up ×1
 
3★ Power-Up

Pure Hearts and Rainbow Wings

 
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The fourth legendary event ran from April 30 to May 14, 2020. It was focused on the sync pair, Silver and Ho-Oh. In a departure from past events, players could earn Prize Coins from battles that can be used to draw items from a Prize Box pool. If the grand prize is drawn, players could advance to the next pool; the grand prizes included new area info to advance the event plot, custom items to power up the Silver and Ho-Oh sync pair, and other power-up items.

This event introduced Prize Boosts that can be activated before entering a battle area to triple the Battle Rewards obtained on victory. Players can have a maximum of three Prize Boosts available at any given time, with one Prize Boost being replenished every four hours. A Reward Boost Ticket could be used in place of a Reward Boost, should a player run out of stocked boosts.

Extra Prize Coins are automatically exchanged with coins once the event is finished.

On May 7, 2020, three additional battles were added to the event, available after completing the story areas. They were designed to highlight the Silver and Ho-Oh sync pair.

This event reran from January 4 to February 7, 2021. For this rerun, players could earn Legendary Prize Coins that could be used to draw items from the Prize Box pool. The grand prizes included 3★ Level-Up Manuals, Co-op Sync Orbs, 5★ Scout Tickets, and a Tech Move Candy Coin. Extra Legendary Prize Coins are automatically exchanged with coins once the event is finished. Additionally, players could exchange Legendary Prize Coins for items in the shop.

Plot

The event starts with Sawyer spotting Ho-Oh on Pasio, before it vanishes. Ethan and Silver battle in a field when they see Ho-Oh fly overhead. Ethan decides to follow it, and he has Silver recruit the player to join them.

The player meets up with Ethan and Silver, and Ethan formally introduces Silver to the player. Silver is skeptical that they would be able to track down Ho-Oh all over Pasio, but Ethan thinks of someone they can ask for information on the Legendary Pokémon and runs off, with the other two following. Meanwhile, a group of Team Break members plot to find and catch Ho-Oh.

Ethan looks for one of the Kimono Girls from Johto for information on Ho-Oh, and he spots Valerie talking to Lance. She explains that she is not one of the Kimono Girls, but she does know about Ho-Oh. She notes the tension between Silver and Lance before describing some of the legends about Ho-Oh, and she suggests that it might be found at high elevations, based on its history with the Bell Tower and Burned Tower. She also advises that Ho-Oh will only reveal itself to purehearted Trainers. Ethan is excited to climb one of Pasio's mountains to search, but Silver declines and leaves. That evening, Silver muses on the beach that Ho-Oh would never appear before him.

Lance joins Silver on the beach, and he remarks that Silver has changed since the first time they met; as evident by Silver's relationship with his Sneasel, he has learned to value Pokémon as more than tools for battle and to bond with them. Silver rejects this, remembering his history and bringing to mind his father, Giovanni. Lance replies that Silver should believe in himself and tells him to make sure to meet up with Ethan and the player the next day. In the morning, Ethan tells Valerie and the player that Silver always shows up where he is because they are rivals. Silver finally arrives, and when they hear Ho-Oh's cry, Ethan takes off with Valerie, while Silver teams up with the player to climb the mountain to search. Team Break follows behind the group.

Later in the day, Silver notes that they still have not seen Ho-Oh, though they keep hearing its cry. He tells the player Ethan's passion used to aggravate him, but not anymore. They hear Ho-Oh again, and it comes down the mountain path to confront them. Silver intends to challenge Ho-Oh, but he gets a call from Ethan, who tells him Team Break is chasing him and Valerie and asks Silver to come help. Silver is torn between forfeiting his chance to battle Ho-Oh and leaving Ethan to fend for himself. Ethan tries to hold off the Team Break members with his Cyndaquil, but when Team Break is about to rush them, Silver's Sneasel jumps in. Silver taunts Team Break for ganging up on Trainers.

Ethan and Silver take out the rest of Team Break's Pokémon together, but their leader calls in reinforcements. Silver declares that he will continue to fight all opponents with the Pokémon he has trained, as his goal is to be the world's greatest Trainer,and the rest of the group give their support. Team Break prepares to rush them, but Ho-Oh's arrival prompts them to switch their focus to it instead. Ho-Oh drives them off with its flames, and when it does not fly off afterwards, Ethan believes it wants to join with one of them. Silver separates from the group, not wanting to see Ho-Oh join one of the others, but when Ethan calls him back, Silver sees Ho-Oh approaching him. Silver reluctantly accepts Ethan's praise, and he approaches Ho-Oh to join as a sync pair.

Battles

Single player

Name Difficulty Trainer Pokémon Stamina First-Time Rewards Completion Rewards Battle Rewards
Left Middle Right
Ho-Oh's Challenge: Part 1 Normal  
Ho-Oh
 
Torkoal
Weakness:  
 
Ho-Oh
Weakness:  
 
Geodude
Weakness:  
10 Gems ×30 Original run:
108 coins
Prize Coins ×1
Rerun:
400 coins
Legendary Prize Coin C ×14
Original run:
Prize Coins ×1-3
Rerun:
Legendary Prize Coin C ×1-3
Ho-Oh's Challenge: Part 2 Hard 15 Gems ×30 Original run:
228 coins
Prize Coins ×1
Rerun:
600 coins
Legendary Prize Coin C ×27
Original run:
Prize Coins ×1-3
Rerun:
Legendary Prize Coin C ×1-6
Ho-Oh's Challenge: Part 3* Hard 15 Gems ×30 Rerun:
800 coins
Legendary Prize Coin C ×30
Rerun:
Legendary Prize Coin C ×1-7
Ho-Oh's Challenge: Part 3* Very Hard  
Ponyta
Weakness:  
 
Ho-Oh
Weakness:  
 
Slugma
Weakness:  
Gems ×30 240 coins
Prize Coins ×1
Prize Coins ×1-4
Ho-Oh's Challenge: Part 4 Super Hard*
Very Hard*
15 Gems ×30 Original run:
300 coins
Prize Coins ×1
Rerun:
1000 coins
Legendary Prize Coin C ×33
Original run:
Prize Coins ×1-4
Rerun:
Legendary Prize Coin C ×1-8
Ho-Oh's Challenge: Part 5* Super Hard 20 Gems ×30 Rerun:
1500 coins
Legendary Prize Coin C ×58
Rerun:
Legendary Prize Coin C ×1-14
Ho-Oh's Challenge: Part 5* Ultra Hard  
Rapidash
Weakness:  
 
Ho-Oh
Weakness:  
 
Vileplume
Weakness:  
Gems ×30 350 coins
Prize Coins ×1
Prize Coins ×1-6
Ho-Oh's Challenge: Part 6* Ultra Hard 20 Gems ×30 Rerun:
2000 coins
Legendary Prize Coin C ×80
Rerun:
Legendary Prize Coin C ×1-20
The Road to Greatness: Part 1* Very Hard  
Korrina
 
Graveler
Weakness:  

 
Graveler
Weakness:  
 
Lucario
Weakness:  
 
Graveler
Weakness:  

 
Graveler
Weakness:  
10 Gems ×30
4★ Power-Up
Co-op Sync Orb ×150
240 coins
Great Buff Blend / Tech Tonic / Aid Ade ×3
Ultra Buff Blend / Tech Tonic / Aid Ade ×2
Buff Blend + / Tech Tonic + / Aid Ade +
Skill Capsule
Buff Blend / Tech Tonic / Aid Ade ×1-8
Great Buff Blend / Tech Tonic / Aid Ade ×1-2
Ultra Buff Blend / Tech Tonic / Aid Ade
Buff Blend + / Tech Tonic + / Aid Ade +
Training Machine ×1-8
Super Training Machine ×1-3
Skill Capsule
Gym Leader Notes
The Road to Greatness: Part 2* Super Hard  
Pryce
 
Roserade
Weakness:  
 
Dewgong
Weakness:  
 
Togedemaru
Weakness:  
10 Gems ×30
3★ Strike Move Candy
Co-op Sync Orb ×150
300 coins
Great Buff Blend / Tech Tonic / Aid Ade ×3
Ultra Buff Blend / Tech Tonic / Aid Ade ×2
Buff Blend + / Tech Tonic + / Aid Ade +
Skill Capsule
Buff Blend / Tech Tonic / Aid Ade ×1-8
Great Buff Blend / Tech Tonic / Aid Ade ×1-3
Ultra Buff Blend / Tech Tonic / Aid Ade ×1-2
Buff Blend + / Tech Tonic + / Aid Ade +
Training Machine ×1-9
Super Training Machine ×1-3
Skill Capsule
Gym Leader Notes
The Road to Greatness: Part 3* Ultra Hard  
Brendan
 
Dustox
Weakness:  
 
Sceptile
Weakness:  
 
Walrein
Weakness:  
10 Gems ×30
4★ Strike Move Candy
Co-op Sync Orb ×200
350 coins
Great Buff Blend / Tech Tonic / Aid Ade ×5
Ultra Buff Blend / Tech Tonic / Aid Ade ×3
Buff Blend + / Tech Tonic + / Aid Ade +
Skill Capsule ×2
Buff Blend / Tech Tonic / Aid Ade ×1-11
Great Buff Blend / Tech Tonic / Aid Ade ×1-2
Ultra Buff Blend / Tech Tonic / Aid Ade ×1-2
Buff Blend + / Tech Tonic + / Aid Ade + ×1-2
Training Machine ×1-10
Super Training Machine ×1-4
Skill Capsule
Gym Leader Notes

Prize Pool

Prize Pool Grand Prize Custom items
1   Seek the Kimono Girl! -
2   Lance and Silver -
3   The Choices We Make -
4   A Pure Heart Revealed -
5   ×1,500 Custom Great Buff Blend ×20 (10 in pool)
Custom Buff Blend ×30 (10 in pool)
Custom Training Machine ×50 (5 in pool)
6   Custom Great Buff Blend ×20 (10 in pool)
Custom Buff Blend ×30 (10 in pool)
Custom Training Machine ×50 (5 in pool)
7   Custom Great Buff Blend ×20 (10 in pool)
Custom Buff Blend ×30 (10 in pool)
Custom Training Machine ×50 (5 in pool)
8   Custom Great Buff Blend ×20 (10 in pool)
Custom Buff Blend ×30 (10 in pool)
Custom Training Machine ×50 (5 in pool)
9   Custom Great Buff Blend ×20 (10 in pool)
Custom Buff Blend ×30 (10 in pool)
Custom Training Machine ×50 (5 in pool)
10   ×10 Custom Great Buff Blend ×20 (5 in pool)
Custom Buff Blend ×30 (5 in pool)
Custom Training Machine ×50 (3 in pool)

Shop

Rerun

Item given Item received Notes
60px
Legendary Prize Coin C ×100
Silver & Ho-Oh Max 1 exchange
60px
Legendary Prize Coin C ×100
Silver & Ho-Oh
60px
Legendary Prize Coin C ×100
Silver & Ho-Oh
60px
Legendary Prize Coin C ×100
Silver & Ho-Oh
60px
Legendary Prize Coin C ×30
 
Custom ★ Power-Up
Max 20 exchanges
 
Custom ★ Power-Up ×10
 
5★ Power-Up
Unlimited exchanges
 
Custom ★ Power-Up ×1
 
3★ Power-Up

New World Dilemma

The fifth legendary event ran from August 17 to September 2, 2020. It was focused on the sync pair, Cyrus and Palkia. Players can earn Prize Coins from battles that can be used to draw items from a Prize Box pool. If the grand prize is drawn, players can advance to the next pool; the grand prizes include new area info to advance the event plot, custom items to power up the Cyrus and Palkia sync pair, and other power-up items.

Extra Prize Coins are automatically exchanged with coins once the event is finished.

The "Sygna Suit Poké Fair Scout" gave players an increased chance of recruiting Sygna Suit Cynthia and Kommo-o during the duration of the event.

This event featured the Full-Force Battle, where players were challenged to defeat a large group of opponents. Similar to the Legendary Arena, players could use multiple teams with a limited number of sync pairs, with the opponents' health carrying over between rounds and with previously used pairs unable to be used again until the challenge is reset. Medals could be earned by completing specific missions.

This event ran for a second time from March 15 to April 8, 2021. For this rerun, the Prize Coins were replaced with Legendary Prize Coins. The grand prizes in the Prize Box pools included 3★ Level-Up Manuals, Co-op Sync Orbs, 5★ Scout Tickets, Custom ★ Power-Ups for Cyrus and Palkia, and a Support Move Candy Coin. Extra Legendary Prize Coins are automatically exchanged with coins once the event ends.

Plot

Cyrus arrives on the island of Pasio, surmising that Pasio was not the world he desired. He encounters the player and Cheryl on the beach, and Cheryl recognises Cyrus as the leader of Team Galactic whose plans had been foiled in the Distortion World. However, Cyrus denies knowing about the Distortion World, and comments that he had been attempting to make a world without spirit using the powers of Dialga and Palkia, before being interrupted by a mysterious ring which had brought him to Pasio. Cyrus exlaims that he will create a new world regardless of any setbacks. Cheryl and the player attempt to defeat Cyrus in a battle, however they are defeated by Cyrus's Palkia. Cyrus tells them that they had lost because their judgment had been clouded by their spirit, which is a vague and incomplete thing. Cynthia comes to intervene, but Cyrus disappears.

Meanwhile, Cyrus is walking through a forest where he meets Sophocles and a friend's Rotom. The two share a conversation ranging from sync pairs, Pasio, inventions, and Rotom, before Cyrus begins to divulge about the crude and incomplete state of the current world. As Cyrus leaves, Elesa finds Sophocles and brings him to the Pokémon Center where they meet Cynthia and Cheryl. Cynthia predicts that Cyrus will want to search for Lear, in order to obtain the power of the source that had brought him to Pasio. Sophocles, determined to stop Cyrus, joins with the player and Cheryl to find Cyrus.

The three apprehend Cyrus at a desert, however, they soon begin to lose against the legendary Pokémon Palkia. As Cyrus tries to get away, Cynthia, in her sygna suit, and her Kommo-o joins forces with the protagonists. She relays to Cyrus that her strength lies in the bonds that are born from spirit. Cynthia's sync stone begins to glow, and Kommo-o delivers a final blow against Palkia. After Cyrus's defeat, Sophocles comes up to Cyrus and explains to him that though there are sad and lonely moments, the spirit helps them to appreciate the happy moments even more because of this.

Battles

Single player

Name Difficulty Trainer Pokémon Stamina First-Time Rewards Completion Rewards Battle Rewards
Left Middle Right
Take Down Cyrus! Part 1 Normal  
Cyrus
 
Gible
Weakness:  
 
Palkia
Weakness:  
 
Deino
Weakness:  
20
Second run:
10
Gems ×30 400 coins
Prize Coin ×26
Rerun:
400 coins
Legendary Prize Coin F ×14
Prize Coin ×1-4
Second run:
Legendary Prize Coin F ×1-3
Take Down Cyrus! Part 2 Hard 20
Second run:
15
Gems ×30 600 coins
Prize Coin ×34
Rerun:
600 coins
Legendary Prize Coin F ×27
Prize Coin ×1-4
Rerun:
Legendary Prize Coin F ×1-6
Take Down Cyrus! Round 3* Hard 15 Gems ×30 Rerun:
800 coins
Legendary Prize Coin F ×30
Rerun:
Legendary Prize Coin F ×1-7
Take Down Cyrus! Part 3* Very Hard  
Haxorus
Weakness:  
 
Palkia
Weakness:  
 
Kingdra
Weakness:  
20 Gems ×30 1000 coins
Prize Coin ×42
Prize Coin ×1-4
Take Down Cyrus! Part 4 Super Hard*
Very Hard*
20
Rerun:
15
Gems ×30 1500 coins
Prize Coin ×52
Rerun:
1000 coins
Legendary Prize Coin F ×33
Prize Coin ×1-4
Rerun:
Legendary Prize Coin F ×1-8
Take Down Cyrus! Part 5 Ultra Hard*
Super Hard*
20 Gems ×30 2000 coins
Prize Coin ×62
Rerun:
1500 coins
Legendary Prize Coin F ×58
Prize Coin ×1-4
Rerun:
Legendary Prize Coin F ×1-14
Take Down Cyrus! Round 6* Ultra Hard 20 Gems ×30 Rerun:
2000 coins
Legendary Prize Coin F ×80
Rerun:
Legendary Prize Coin F ×1-20
Full-Force Battle! Round 1 Super Hard  
Masked Man
 
Donphan
Weakness:  

 
Vibrava
Weakness:  

 
Salamence
Weakness:  
 
Garchomp
Weakness:  

 
Kingdra
Weakness:  

 
Dragonite
Weakness:  
 
Solrock
Weakness:  

 
Turtonator
Weakness:  

 
Dragalge
Weakness:  
Gems ×30
3★ Strike Move Candy
Rerun:
Gems ×100
3★ Strike Move Candy
None None
Full-Force Battle! Round 2 Ultra Hard Gems ×30
4★ Strike Move Candy
Rerun:
Gems ×100
4★ Strike Move Candy
None None

Prize Pool

March 15 - April 8, 2021

Prize Pool Grand Prize
1   ×50
2   ×2,000
3   ×2
4   ×2
5  
Custom ★ Power-Up ×5
6  
Custom ★ Power-Up ×5
7  
Custom ★ Power-Up ×5
8  
Custom ★ Power-Up ×5
9  
10   ×10

August 17 - September 2, 2020

Prize Pool Grand Prize Custom items
1   Kindred Spirits -
2   Sophocles the Brave -
3   Bonds of Spirit -
4   A Perfect, Complete Answer -
5   ×1,500 Custom Great Buff Blend ×40 (1 in pool)
Custom Buff Blend ×40 (1 in pool)
6   ×1,500 Custom Great Buff Blend ×40 (1 in pool)
Custom Buff Blend ×40 (1 in pool)
7   Custom Great Buff Blend ×40 (2 in pool)
Custom Buff Blend ×40 (2 in pool)
8   Custom Great Buff Blend ×40 (2 in pool)
Custom Buff Blend ×40 (2 in pool)
9   Custom Great Buff Blend ×40 (2 in pool)
Custom Buff Blend ×40 (2 in pool)
10   ×10 Custom Great Buff Blend ×40 (3 in pool)
Custom Buff Blend ×40 (3 in pool)

Give and Take

The sixth legendary event ran from February 11 to March 4, 2021. It was focused on the sync pairs, Professor Sycamore and Xerneas and Lysandre and Yveltal. Players can earn Legendary Prize Coins from battles that can be used to draw items from a Prize Box pool. Challenge Pasio's Trainers: Part 1 could only be challenged once per day. If the grand prize is drawn, players can advance to the next pool; the grand prizes include new area info to advance the event plot, custom items to power up the Professor Sycamore and Xerneas sync pair, and other power-up items.

Extra Legendary Prize Coins are automatically exchanged with coins once the event is finished.

The player could battle using Lysandre and Yveltal to obtain +0.6× bonus coins; Serena and Fennekin/Braixen/Delphox or Clemont and Heliolisk to obtain +0.4× bonus coins; and Calem and Espurr/Meowstic or Professor Sycamore and Xerneas to obtain +0.2× bonus coins.

The "Lysandre Poké Fair Scout" gave players an increased chance of recruiting Lysandre and Yveltal during the duration of the event.

This event featured the Full-Force Battle, where players were challenged to defeat a large group of opponents. Similar to the Legendary Arena, players could use multiple teams with a limited number of sync pairs, with the opponents' health carrying over between rounds and with previously used pairs unable to be used again until the challenge is reset. Medals could be earned by completing specific missions.

Plot

Battles

Single player

Name Difficulty Trainer Pokémon Stamina First-Time Rewards Completion Rewards
Left Middle Right
Challenge Lysandre: Part 1 Normal  
Lysandre
 
Sneasel
Weakness:  
 
Honchkrow
Weakness:  
 
Deino
Weakness:  
10 Gems ×30 200 coins
Legendary Prize Coin E ×12
Challenge Lysandre: Part 2 Very Hard 15 Gems ×30 1000 coins
Legendary Prize Coin E ×29
Challenge Professor Sycamore: Part 1 Hard  
Professor Sycamore
 
Roserade
Weakness:  
 
Bulbasaur
Weakness:  
 
Roserade
Weakness:  
15 Gems ×30 450 coins
Legendary Prize Coin E ×23
Challenge Professor Sycamore: Part 2 Super Hard 20 Gems ×30 1500 coins
Legendary Prize Coin E ×50
Challenge Pasio's Trainers: Part 1 Ultra Hard  
Ace Trainer Vernon
 
Venomoth
Weakness:  
 
Golisopod
Weakness:  
 
Xatu
Weakness:  
30 Gems ×30 2000 coins
Legendary Prize Coin E ×225
Full-Force Battle! Round 1 Super Hard  
Masked Man
 
Throh
Weakness:  

 
Kadabra
Weakness:  

 
Solrock
Weakness:  
 
Pinsir
Weakness:  

 
Drifblim
Weakness:  

 
Chandelure
Weakness:  
 
Sawk
Weakness:  

 
Mismagius
Weakness:  

 
Solrock
Weakness:  
Gems ×100
3★ Strike Move Candy
None
Full-Force Battle! Round 2 Ultra Hard Gems ×100
4★ Strike Move Candy
None

Prize Pool

Prize Pool Grand Prize Custom items
1   Research Request: Xerneas -
2   A Beautiful World -
3   As Friends... -
4   Message to the Future -
5   Flames of Conviction -
6   ×100
(Professor Sycamore & Xerneas)
-
7   ×100
(Professor Sycamore & Xerneas)
-
8   ×2 -
9   ×2 -
10   ×2 -
11   ×2 -
12  
Custom ★ Power-Up ×5
-
13  
Custom ★ Power-Up ×5
-
14  
Custom ★ Power-Up ×5
-
15  
Custom ★ Power-Up ×5
-
16   -
17   -
18   -
19   -
20   -

Father or Foe

The seventh legendary event ran from May 4 to 20, 2021. It was focused on the sync pair, Ghetsis and Kyurem. Players can earn Legendary Prize Coins from battles that can be used to draw items from a Prize Box pool. Challenge Ghetsis: Part 5 could only be challenged once per day. If the grand prize is drawn, players can advance to the next pool; the grand prizes include new area info to advance the event plot, custom items to power up the Ghetsis and Kyurem sync pair, and other power-up items.

Extra Legendary Prize Coins are automatically exchanged with coins once the event is finished.

The player could battle using N and Zekrom or Alder and Volcarona to obtain +0.6× bonus coins; Sygna Suit Elesa and Rotom, Elesa and Zebstrika, or Burgh and Leavanny to obtain +0.4× bonus coins; and Ghetsis and Kyurem, Skyla and Swanna, Iris and Haxorus, or Cheren and Stoutland to obtain +0.2× bonus coins.

The "N Poké Fair Scout" and "Alder Poké Fair Scout" gave players an increased chance of recruiting N and Zekrom and Alder and Volcarona, respectively, during the duration of the event.

Plot

Battles

Single player

Name Difficulty Trainer Pokémon Stamina First-Time Rewards Completion Rewards
Left Middle Right
And Yet...  
Giovanni
 
Exeggutor
Weakness:  
 
Mewtwo
Weakness:  
 
Nidoqueen
Weakness:  
Gems ×10
Ghetsis & Kyurem
None
Challenge Ghetsis: Part 1 Normal  
Ghetsis
 
Sneasel
Weakness:  
 
Kyurem
Weakness:  
 
Abomasnow
Weakness:  
10 Gems ×30 200 coins
Legendary Prize Coin H ×12
Challenge Ghetsis: Part 2 Hard 15 Gems ×30 450 coins
Legendary Prize Coin H ×23
Challenge Ghetsis: Part 3 Very Hard 15 Gems ×30 1000 coins
Legendary Prize Coin E ×29
Challenge Ghetsis: Part 4 Super Hard 20 Gems ×30 1500 coins
Legendary Prize Coin E ×50
Challenge Ghetsis: Part 5 Ultra Hard  
Hydreigon
Weakness:  
 
Kyurem
Weakness:  
 
Haxorus
Weakness:  
30 Gems ×30 2000 coins
Legendary Prize Coin E ×225
Challenge Team Break: Round 1 Super Hard  
Masked Woman
 
Aerodactyl
Weakness:  
 
Tyranitar
Weakness:  
 
Gyarados
Weakness:  
Gems ×100
3★ Support Move Candy
None
Challenge Team Break: Round 2 Ultra Hard Gems ×100
4★ Tech Move Candy
None

Prize Pool

Prize Pool Grand Prize Custom items
1   The End of an Ambition -
2   A Human Heart -
3   True Intentions -
4   Side by Side -
5   And Yet... -
6   ×100
(Ghetsis & Kyurem)
-
7   ×100
(Ghetsis & Kyurem)
-
8   ×2 -
9   ×2 -
10   ×2 -
11   ×2 -
12  
Custom ★ Power-Up ×5
-
13  
Custom ★ Power-Up ×5
-
14  
Custom ★ Power-Up ×5
-
15  
Custom ★ Power-Up ×5
-
16   -
17   -
18   -
19   -
20   -


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