List of local Japanese event Pokémon distributions in Generation V
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This is a reverse-chronological list of event Pokémon distributions that were given away locally to Japanese language Pokémon games in Generation V.
These Pokémon were distributed at Pokémon Center stores in Japan from September 29 to October 6, 2013, with the Pokémon being distributed alternating every hour. They are based on the Pokémon used by Hiroshi Yamamoto in a Double Battle Tournament between hosts on the final episode of Pokémon Smash!.
This Politoed has a nickname of ニョロペロ Nyoropero. It has set IVs in all stats: 31 in HP, 13 in Attack, 31 in Defense, 5 in Speed, 5 in Special Attack, and 31 in Special Defense.
This Sableye was distributed at Pokémon Center stores in Japan to commemorate the nine-year run of Pokémon Smash. It is based on a live-action Sableye in the show and has moves chosen by Chief Golgo Matsumoto.
These Pokémon were distributed randomly at the Pokémon Game Show from August 17 to 18, 2013. These Pokémon were distributed over two distribution periods, giving players two different chances to obtain two different Pokémon. Each Pokémon is based on a Pokémon used by previous Pokémon Champions. Their level and moveset are based on the respective originated main game series. These Pokémon have IVs of 30 for all stats.
This Smeargle was distributed at the 2013 World Championships from August 10 to 11, 2013. On August 10, 2013 it was available from noon to 8:00 pm and on August 11, 2013 it was available from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. It was available to English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish language games. However, Japanese and Korean games received English versions. This Smeargle has an IV of 31 for both Attack and Speed.
This Eevee was distributed at the Lalaport Toyosu Shopping Centre via local wireless as part of the Special Plaza, LaLaport TOYOSU on July 13, 2013 from 5:00 pm to 5:45 pm. Players who purchased Ikimono-gakari's new single received a voucher to obtain Eevee. The voucher could be redeemed at Toys "R" Us and Pokémon Center stores across Japan from July 14 to September 1, 2013 to obtain Eevee via infrared. This Eevee is based on the Eevee featured in PK25. The OT refers to Yoshioka Kiyoe, who is the lead singer of Ikimono-gakari.
ThisShiny Genesect was distributed over local wireless at theaters in Japan screening ExtremeSpeed Genesect: Mewtwo Awakens, which occurred from July 13 to September 30, 2013 and during a pre-release event on June 29, 2013. In Taiwan, players who purchased tickets for the 16th movie could also receive Genesect at various branches of Funbox from August 16 to September 15, 2013. This Genesect has an IV of 31 for both Attack and Speed.
These Pokémon were distributed at Pokémon Center stores across Japan to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Pokémon Center stores. The first six distributions players received a set Pokémon, but from July 3 to 7, 2013 a random Pokémon could be received. The Pokémon were distributed at all Pokémon Center stores.
The tournament called the Pokémon Center Battle was held to commemorate the events, where players had to use one of these giveaways in their party.
This Samurott is based on Oshawott, one of the mascots of the Pokémon Center Fukuoka. If the Pokémon was shown to a Pokémon Center employee, players would receive a pamphlet.
In Japan, this Genesect was distributed at Pokémon Center stores from January 11 to February 10, 2013. In Taiwan, it was distributed to players who purchased merchandise at the World Trade Center Hall 2 from February 14 to 18, 2013 and Pokémon Town from February 18 to 28, 2013.
This Deoxys was distributed at Jump Festa 2013 in Makuhari Messe from December 22 to 23, 2012. It was distributed again at Team Plasma Control (Japanese: プラズマ団制圧イベント) events in AEON Malls. It was distributed a third time at Pokémon Center stores across Japan from March 20 to May 6, 2013 along with the Magikarp event.
These "strongest class Single Battle Pokémon" (Japanese: シングルバトル 最強クラスのポケモン) were randomly distributed during seven different distribution periods at Pokémon Center stores. The overall distribution period was from September 15 to October 28, 2012.
These Pokémon were obtained by showing employees at participating stores the stickers of Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, and Pikachu from certain merchandise. The merchandise that had the stickers went on sale starting on June 23, 2012, while the event distribution started on September 1, 2012. More than one Egg could be obtained on the same game, but another set of stickers was required. Each of the three Pokémon has an IV of 31 in one stat: Defense for Bulbasaur, Speed for Charmander, and HP for Squirtle. These Pokémon can be Shiny if the eggs are traded to another game, which bypasses the Shiny check.
This Pikachu was distributed at the 2012 World Championships. It was available to English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish language games. However, Japanese and Korean games received English versions.
These Pokémon were distributed via infrared to players who participated in the Pokémon Adventure Camp (Japanese: ポケモンアドベンチャーキャンプ) event, which was located at the Nagashima Spa Land from July 21, 2012 to September 30, 2013. Each player was able to receive one Pokémon at random and each Pokémon knows an Egg Move.