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Mimikyu (Duel 363)

(Redirected from Shiny Mimikyu (Duel 628))
Mimikyu
ミミッキュ Mimikkyu
MimikyuDuel363.png
Evolution stage 1
Figure name Mimikyu
Move Points 2
Types
Ghost Fairy
Rarity Rare
Invisible Shiny Bulbasaur
Version 4.0.5
ID 363
Time Booster League Beginner
Special Time Boosters Pumpkin Time Booster, Happy Holidays Booster
Locked Booster Yes
Material Exchange
and Gem Exchange
1800 Material
100 Gems
Shiny Mimikyu
Version 6.1.2
ID 628
Time Booster League N/A
Special Time Boosters None
Locked Booster No
Material Exchange
and Gem Exchange
1800 Material
100 Gems
For more information on the Pokémon this figure depicts, see Mimikyu.

Mimikyu (Japanese: ミミッキュ Mimikkyu) is a figure in Pokémon Duel. It was made available in version 4.0.5. Shiny Mimikyu was made available in version 6.1.2.

Contents

Abilities

Disguise ばけのかわ
When this Pokémon moves from the bench to the field, attach a Disguise marker to this Pokémon. While that marker is attached to it, this Pokémon is not knocked out in battle (instead of knocking it out, remove the marker and any special conditions affecting it). This Pokémon can MP move through other Pokémon on the field.


Data Disk

Version 7.0.14

Duel Z-Move.png Never-Ending Nightmare むげんあんやへのいざない 96 pt.
180
All opposing Pokémon on the field spin. Those that spin White Attacks get an MP −1 marker.
Duel Z-Move.png Twinkle Tackle ラブリースターインパクト 96 pt.
★★★★
Moves the battle opponent to the bench.
Duel Z-Move.png Let's Snuggle Forever ぽかぼかフレンドタイム 96 pt.
180
Moves the battle opponent to its P.C. The battle opponent is not knocked out.
Miss ミス 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Curse のろい 20 pt.
Attach a Curse marker to the battle opponent. (A Pokémon that is knocked out in this condition is excluded from the duel.)
Shadow Claw シャドークロー 24 pt.
30
{{{effect}}}
Miss ミス 4 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Play Rough* じゃれつく※ 40 pt.
90
*On the next turn, your opponent cannot use plates.

Version 7.0.0-7.0.13

Duel Z-Move.png Never-Ending Nightmare むげんあんやへのいざない 96 pt.
180
All opposing Pokémon on the field spin. Those that spin White Attacks get an MP −1 marker.
Duel Z-Move.png Twinkle Tackle ラブリースターインパクト 96 pt.
★★★★
Moves the battle opponent to the bench.
Miss ミス 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Curse のろい 20 pt.
Attach a Curse marker to the battle opponent. (A Pokémon that is knocked out in this condition is excluded from the duel.)
Shadow Claw シャドークロー 24 pt.
30
{{{effect}}}
Miss ミス 4 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Play Rough* じゃれつく※ 40 pt.
90
*On the next turn, your opponent cannot use plates.

Version 6.1.1-6.2.11

Miss ミス 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Curse のろい 20 pt.
Attach a Curse marker to the battle opponent. (A Pokémon that is knocked out in this condition is excluded from the duel.)
Shadow Claw シャドークロー 24 pt.
30
{{{effect}}}
Miss ミス 4 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Play Rough* じゃれつく※ 40 pt.
90
*On the next turn, your opponent cannot use plates.

Version 4.0.5-6.1.0

Miss ミス 8 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Curse のろい 20 pt.
Attach a Curse marker to the battle opponent. (A Pokémon that is knocked out in this condition is excluded from the duel.)
Shadow Claw シャドークロー 24 pt.
30
{{{effect}}}
Miss ミス 4 pt.
{{{effect}}}
Play Rough* じゃれつく※ 40 pt.
70
*On the next turn, your opponent cannot use plates.

Release information

Shiny Mimikyu

This figure was available for purchase in the Shiny Mimikyu Set from August 8 to 16, 2018 and from December 26, 2018 to January 2, 2019. During this time it was also available via Material Exchange for 1800 materials.

Gallery

ShinyMimikyuDuel628.png
Shiny Mimikyu
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Trivia

  • Prior to version 7.0.14, Shiny Mimikyu was only able to be purchased in the Material Exchange when the Shiny Mimikyu Set was available in the Shop.

Origin

Disguise is an Ability in the Pokémon games that Mimikyu can learn. Curse, Shadow Claw, and Play Rough are moves in the games that Mimikyu can learn, the first via breeding. Never-Ending Nightmare, Twinkle Tackle, and Let's Snuggle Forever are Z-Moves in the games that Mimikyu can use by equipping Ghostium Z, Fairium Z, and Mimikium Z, respectively.

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