Oshawott (Kids Games Festival in Golden Week)

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Oshawott
ミジュマル Mijumaru
Oshawott G KyuremCup.png
Front art from promotional expansion

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Back art from promotional expansion
Name Oshawott
Rarity Battrio Single rarity.png Single
Option 1 2 3
Name Invisible Shiny Invisible Shiny
Attack type Battrio Water type.png Water Battrio Grass type.png Grass Battrio Grass type.png Grass
Defense type Battrio Water type.png Water Battrio Grass type.png Grass Battrio Grass type.png Grass
Level ??
Attack power
Defense power
Speed
Icon
HP ?? 45 45
Base color:
White
Spin color:
Red
Pokémon Battrio puck G

Oshawott (Japanese: ミジュマル Mijumaru) is a Pokémon Battrio puck. It is one of the Special Spin Pucks.

Details

Puck Data

Option 1
HP ??
Attack power
Defense power
Exhaustion -40
Cost
Movement Normal
Berry Gauge
Team Gauge
Option 2
HP ??
Attack power ??
Defense power ??
Exhaustion -40
Cost
Movement Normal
Option 3
HP ??
Attack power ??
Defense power ??
Exhaustion -40
Cost
Movement Normal


Release information

This puck was awarded as a prize to those who placed third in the Kyurem Cup held over the course of the Kids Games Festival in Golden Week. The events present at each venue hosting the festival depended on the 'Pattern' allocated. 'Pattern A' events held both the Reshiram•Zekrom Cup and Kyurem Cup, which took place at Aeon Mall Atsuta, Nagoya on April 28, 2012; at Aeon Mall Aratamabashi, Nagoya on April 29, 2012; at Dynalecx, Aeon Ibaraki Shopping Center, Osaka on April 30, 2012; at the Mori complex of Aeon Mall LakeTown, Saitama on May 3, 2012; and at Aeon Natori, Miyagi on May 6, 2012.

'Pattern B' events held just the Kyurem Cup, which took place at the Tsutaya bookstore at Power Mall Maebashi South, Maebashi on April 28, 2012; at Susono GrinPa Amusement Park, Shizuoka on April 29 and 30, 2012; at the Keikyu store at Wing Kurihama, Yokosuka on May 4, 2012; at the Rusutsu Resort, Hokkaido on May 4, 2012; at the Koriyama Toy Festival, Koriyama on May 5, 2012; and at the CoroCoro Hobby Festa in Suzuka, held at Suzuka Circuit, Suzuka on May 6, 2012.

The puck was made available for a final time as one of three optional third place prizes in the Pokémon Battrio Big Thanksgiving event to celebrate the game before its announced discontinuation in May 2012. The event took place at Namco Wonder Park Hero's Base in Kawasaki on June 3, 2012.


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