Set 4 (Ga-Olé)

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The fourth Pokémon Ga-Olé set was released on February 16, 2017. It features 40 standard disks and 1 secret disk.

Information

The fourth set continues to feature Generation VII and Alolan variant Pokémon, with particular focus on the Legendary Prism Pokémon Necrozma and the Synthetic Pokémon Silvally, both of which are Grade 5 disks available on the launch courses. Different type variants of Silvally were available on later courses, as was another Grade 5 version of the Legendary Land Spirit Pokémon Tapu Koko, this time with access to a Z-Move.

For the first time in Pokémon Ga-Olé, not all of the Pokémon that comprise this set could be encountered on the courses initially available to players, requiring them to evolve or upgrade some Pokémon to complete their collection. One of these was Lycanroc, which could be obtained in both its Midday and Midnight Forms. To this end, two identical versions of Rockruff were available, featuring either a sun or moon symbol. Those with the sun symbol would evolve into Midday Form Lycanroc, whereas those with the moon symbol would evolve into Midnight Form Lycanroc, mimicking the evolution method in Pokémon Sun and Moon. Players could then upgrade the two forms of Lycanroc up to Grade 4, each with access to a Z-Move. The other Pokémon was the Normal-type version of Silvally, which could only be obtained by upgrading a Grade 3 Type: Null and evolving it.

The way in which Support Pokémon can aid players changed with the release of this set. Instead of building up the chance to summon one, Support Pokémon will randomly launch a Surprise Attack (Japanese: サプライズアタック) just after an opponent Pokémon has launched its own attack, nullifying any damage it may have inflicted, and instead dealing damage to the opponent Pokémon. If a player is not able to use any more Pokémon during a round, a Support Pokémon will be summoned for an Extra Attack (Japanese: エクストラアタック), potentially turning the battle in favor of the player. In both cases, the Support Pokémon summoned is randomly selected from the player's current roster. Players can still press the console buttons in effort to raise their Fighting Spirit while a Support Pokémon executes its move.

If a player captures any Pokémon during Get by Battle mode, Get Now mode, or the Last Chance! phase, Trade Chance! (Japanese: こうかんチャンス!), another new feature debuting in this set, will randomly become available to a player following the capture. A pink icon will appear on the "dispense" option if the player can activate Trade Chance!. If selected, Mister Trade (Japanese: こうかんおじさん) will appear and present the player with a random Pokémon from the same set to trade. The player can select either the offered Pokémon or the one captured originally using the Poké Ball lever, followed by one of the console buttons to confirm their choice. Players with Ga-Olé Passes may be offered more favorable recommendations to complete their collection.

The Ga-Olé Pass Bonus (Japanese: ガオーレパスボーナス), a feature added in the previous set, was expanded in this set to give players with Ga-Olé Passes an extra Master Ball on the Poké Ball roulette during the Get Time! phase.

Five new Pokémon Trainers were available to battle in Trainer and Battle mode, including 2 new Trainer classes and a new Battle Leader. Lapras and Vikavolt were also added as Support Pokémon available to purchase in-game from this set.

Course summary

Standard courses
Necrozma Course
ネクロズマコース
Playable at set launch
Let's Begin Ga-Olé! Course
はじめようガオーレ!コース
Playable at set launch
Silvally Course
シルヴァディコース
Playable from March 23, 2017
Guardian Deity's Full Power! Course ~Part 1~
まもりがみのゼンリョク!コース~その1~
Playable from March 23, 2017
Limited courses
  Available for Pokémon Ga-Olé Members to redeem from February 16, 2017 for 1,000 Member Points
Send Them Flying in the Cold! Course
さむさをぶっとばせ!コース
Playable from February 16 to July 31, 2017
  Available to download from the Namco app from February 16 to April 26, 2017
Kanto Region's Friends Course
カントーちほうのなかまたちコース
Playable from February 16 to April 26, 2017
 
Tapu Lele Course
カプ・テテフコース
Playable from February 16 to March 22, 2017
  Available as an insert in issue 52 of Pokémon Fan, released on February 20, 2017
Type: Null Countermeasure Course
タイプ:ヌルたいさくコース
Playable from February 20 to April 26, 2017
  Available as an oversized insert in the April 2017 issue of CoroCoro Ichiban!, released on February 21, 2017
Alola Forms One After Another Course
アローラのすがたぞくぞくコース
Playable from February 21 to April 26, 2017
  Available as an insert in the April 2017 issue of CoroCoro Comic, released on March 15, 2017
Lycanroc with Z-Moves! Course
ルガルガンでZワザ!コース
Playable from March 15 to April 26, 2017
 
Tapu Bulu Course
カプ・ブルルコース
Playable from March 23 to April 26, 2017
 
Special Silvally Course
とくべつシルヴァディコース
Playable from March 23 to April 16, 2017 on select units
 



Trainer and Battle mode opponents

Hot-blooded Boy Hiroshi
ねっけつしょうねんのヒロシ
 
Difficulty: ★☆☆☆☆
Jangmo-o
 
  Tackle
   Leech Seed
Yungoos
 
  Tackle
   Leech Seed
Cubone
 
  Bone Club
   Leech Seed
Salandit
 
  Ember
   Leech Seed
Fledgling Idol Eri
かけだしアイドルのエリ
 
Difficulty: ★★☆☆☆
Stufful
 
  Tackle
   Leech Seed
Rockruff
 
  Rock Throw
   Leech Seed
Togedemaru
 
  Thunder Shock
   Leech Seed
Delibird
 
  Present
   Leech Seed
Uniform Boy Shūhei
せいふくボーイのシュウヘイ
 
Difficulty: ★★★☆☆
Bewear
 
  Hammer Arm
   Leech Seed
Gumshoos
 
  Super Fang
   Leech Seed
Lurantis
 
  Solar Blade
   Leech Seed
Salazzle
 
  Sludge Wave
   Leech Seed
Uniform Girl Kyōko
せいふくガールのキョウコ
 
Difficulty: ★★★★☆
Torterra
 
  Earth Power
   Leech Seed
Infernape
 
  Close Combat
   Leech Seed
Empoleon
 
  Flash Cannon
   Leech Seed
Pikachu
 
  Thunderbolt
   Leech Seed
Battle Leader Seire*
バトルリーダーのセイレ
 
Difficulty: ★★★★★
Snorlax
 
  Giga Impact
   Leech Seed
Kommo-o
 
  Focus Blast
   Leech Seed
Silvally
 
  Multi-Attack
   Leech Seed
Necrozma
 
  Prismatic Laser
   Leech Seed


Set list

Disk No. Name Type Grade
04-001 Fomantis    
04-002 Lurantis    
04-003 Lurantis    
04-004 Stufful     
04-005 Bewear     
04-006 Bewear     
04-007 Yungoos    
04-008 Gumshoos    
04-009 Gumshoos    
04-010 Salandit     
04-011 Salazzle     
04-012 Salazzle     
04-013 Togedemaru     
04-014 Togedemaru     
04-015 Alolan Diglett     
04-016 Alolan Dugtrio     
04-017 Alolan Dugtrio     
04-018 Rockruff    
04-019 Lycanroc    
04-020 Lycanroc    
04-021 Lycanroc    
04-022 Rockruff    
04-023 Lycanroc    
04-024 Lycanroc    
04-025 Lycanroc    
04-026 Jangmo-o    
04-027 Hakamo-o     
04-028 Kommo-o     
04-029 Kommo-o     
04-030 Torterra     
04-031 Infernape     
04-032 Empoleon     
04-033 Tapu Koko     
04-034 Necrozma    
04-035 Type: Null    
04-036 Type: Null    
04-037NM Silvally    
04-037GR Silvally    
04-037FR Silvally    
04-037WT Silvally    
04-029★ Kommo-o     
 



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