Set 2 (Ga-Olé)

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The second Pokémon Ga-Olé set was released on September 15, 2016. It features 42 standard disks and 3 secret disks.


The Genetic Pokémon Mewtwo served as the focal Pokémon for the second set, appearing as a Grade 5 Pokémon in the Mewtwo Course, one of the launch courses. Its counterpart, the New Species Pokémon Mew could be encountered on the same course as well, though much less frequently. Mew was also the first Pokémon Ga-Olé disk to have a collection number of "XXX". The Beginning Course acts as an introductory course, featuring relatively low-Grade Pokémon, including the Generation IV starter Pokémon, as well as some Pokémon from the first set.

A number of high-Grade Pokémon, including Xerneas, Yveltal, and Zygarde, could be encountered in the Zygarde Again Course, available to play from October. November saw the release of the Kyurem Course, in which the Boundary Pokémon Kyurem could be encountered as a Grade 5 Pokémon. The Greninja's Bond Course, available to play in conjunction with the release of Pokémon Sun and Moon in Japan, introduced a Grade 5 Greninja with the ability to transform into Ash-Greninja.

The second set also included some changes to game mechanics, including an increased capture rate across all Pokémon, and an increased encounter rate for Grade 4 and Grade 5 Pokémon. This change also increased the chances of a player encountering secret Pokémon, such as Shiny Pokémon. Conversely, the rate at which Fighting Spirit could be raised during gameplay was reduced. Another minor addition was the ability to give players a second opportunity to capture Pokémon after a failed attempt. Pokémon that did not enter the Get Chance state during a round and were not captured had a small chance to appear again in the following round, retaining the same HP.

A new game mode, Trainer and Battle (Japanese: トレーナーとバトル) was introduced with the launch of the second set, providing a similar gameplay experience to that of Challenge Battle from Pokémon Tretta. Trainer and Battle mode features 5 different Pokémon Trainers to battle against, each with a team of 4 Pokémon. Each of the Trainers have a difficulty rating based on the Grade of Pokémon in their team. Defeating a Trainer will earn the player a trophy, which can be retained if they have a Ga-Olé Pass. Trainer and Battle mode consists of a single round, and can only be won by defeating all of the opponent's Pokémon—if the round reaches the time limit, it still counts as a loss. Last Chance! follows the conclusion of Trainer and Battle mode as with Get by Battle mode, offering the player an opportunity to capture and dispense random Pokémon for an additional ¥100. Evolution Chance! and Grade Up Chance! will also follow the conclusion of Trainer and Battle mode if the player used any eligible disks.

Course summary

Standard courses
Mewtwo Course
Playable at set launch
Beginning Course
Playable at set launch
Zygarde Again Course
Playable from October 6, 2016
Kyurem Course
Playable from November 3, 2016
Greninja's Bond Course
Playable from November 18, 2016
Limited courses
  Available at participating stores with Pokémon Ga-Olé arcade units from September 15, 2016
Sinnoh Setting Off Course
Playable from September 15 to December 7, 2016
  Available for Pokémon Ga-Olé Members to redeem from September 17, 2016 for 1,000 Member Points
Mega Evolution's Power Course
Playable from September 17, 2016 to March 31, 2017
  Available as an insert in issue 50 of Pokémon Fan, released on September 20, 2016
Water Types One After Another Course
Playable from September 20 to December 7, 2016
Special Mewtwo Course
とくべつ ミュウツーコース
Playable from October 7 to 27, 2016 on select units
Gible Outbreak
Playable from October 20 to November 2, 2016
  Available as an insert in the December 2016 issue of CoroCoro Ichiban!, released on October 21, 2016
Overthrow! Dragon Course
Playable from October 21 to December 7, 2016

Trainer and Battle mode opponents

Fashionable Kid Chiemi
Difficulty: ★☆☆☆☆
  Mud Bomb
   Leech Seed
   Leech Seed
   Leech Seed
   Leech Seed
Hot-blooded Boy Yoshiaki
Difficulty: ★★☆☆☆
   Leech Seed
   Leech Seed
   Leech Seed
  Water Pulse
   Leech Seed
Uniform Girl Rio
Difficulty: ★★★☆☆
  Earth Power
   Leech Seed
  Close Combat
   Leech Seed
  Flash Cannon
   Leech Seed
   Leech Seed
Street Boy Shōgo
Difficulty: ★★★★☆
   Leech Seed
  Draining Kiss
   Leech Seed
  Brick Break
   Leech Seed
  Shadow Punch
   Leech Seed
Battle Leader Racto*
Difficulty: ★★★★★
Mega Kangaskhan
  Mega Punch
   Leech Seed
Mega Slowbro
  Zen Headbutt
   Leech Seed
   Leech Seed
   Leech Seed

Set list

Disk No. Name Type Grade
02-001 Turtwig    
02-002 Grotle    
02-003 Torterra     
02-004 Chimchar    
02-005 Monferno     
02-006 Infernape     
02-007 Piplup    
02-008 Prinplup    
02-009 Empoleon     
02-010 Lunatone     
02-011 Solrock     
02-012 Paras     
02-013 Parasect     
02-014 Koffing    
02-015 Weezing    
02-016 Dratini    
02-017 Dragonair    
02-018 Dragonite     
02-019 Dragonite     
02-020 Fletchling     
02-021 Fletchinder     
02-022 Talonflame     
02-023 Goomy    
02-024 Sliggoo    
02-025 Goodra    
02-026 Goodra    
02-027 Kangaskhan    
02-028 Kangaskhan    
02-029 Slowpoke     
02-030 Slowbro     
02-031 Slowbro     
02-032 Gible     
02-033 Gabite     
02-034 Garchomp     
02-035 Garchomp     
02-036 Mewtwo    
02-037 Xerneas     
02-038 Yveltal     
02-039 Zygarde     
02-040 Zygarde     
02-041 Kyurem     
02-042 Greninja     
02-XXX Mew    
02-019★ Dragonite     
02-026★ Goodra    

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