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Special Stages

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As of 3DS 1.2.21. My brain is basically mush right now.
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'''Special Stages''' (Japanese: '''イベントステージ''' ''Event Stages'') are stages in [[Pokémon Shuffle]] that are released periodically, giving access to Pokémon who cannot normally be found in the course of the game. There are a variety of Special Stages including Competitive Stages, where players can compete to win special items, in addition to many other types of stages making new Pokémon available for capture.
 
On the stage select screen, after selecting the competitive stage, players may choose to view the Ranking screen, which is unique to this type of stage. Here, players can view the information of the five players currently on top of the leaderboard in their region, as well as the personal high score, placement, and Pokémon used to acquire that score.
 
When the challenge ends, prizes are given out to the top-ranking players in each region, with a fixed number of Mega Stone prizes given out for each region. All players who participate but who do not win the Mega Stone instead receive a Jewel, or a Disruption Delay instead in the case of Venusaur and Banette's re-releasereleases. Starting with Manectric's event, other prizes are given out.
 
====Timed events====
=====3DS=====
There have so far been nine unique timed competitive stages. Timed stages appear for first-time releases and mark the first opportunity for a player to win the associated Mega Stone. No competitive stage has been re-released with a timer. The player has a set time in which to achieve the highest score possible. Timed stages usually have the Complexity -1 and Disruption Delay items as the only ones available, with the Attack Power ↑ item also being available forstarting with Manectric's and Garchomp's stages. <!--This can be worked into the table notes and this line modifiedstage.-->
 
In the update to v1.2.0, updates were made to detect cheating in contest stage submissions in light of scores submitted during the Mega Banette competition.
The second Mega Stone to be redistributed was the Blastoisinite, starting on June 15, 2015. The Complexity-1 item was not available for this stage; however, the Mega Start, Disruption Delay and Attack Power ↑ items were available.
 
The third Mega Stone to be redistributed was the Vensauriste, with the stage available August 24, 2015. The Mega Start, Distruption Delay, and Attack Power ↑ were the only items available. These were also the items available when Mega Banette stage was repeated, starting October 19, 2015.
 
{| class="roundy" style="background:#{{cute color}}; text-align:center; border:3px solid #{{cute color light}}"
! style="background:#{{beauty color light}}" | PAL region
! style="background:#{{beauty color light}}" | Japan
{{ShufflePoké||448M|Lucario|display={{me|Lucario}}|Fighting|Lucarionite|20 moves|30,000|15,000|65,000|May 18 to 25, 2015<br>July 13 to 20, 2015|None|cols=7}}
{{ShufflePoké||009M|Blastoise|display={{me|Blastoise}}|Water|Blastoisinite|17 moves|30,000|15,000|65,000|June 15 to 22, 2015|None|cols=7}}
{{ShufflePoké||003M|Venusaur|display={{me|Venusaur}}|Grass|Venusaurite|15 moves|25,000|16,000|65,000|August 24 to 31, 2015|Per table below|cols=7}}
{{ShufflePoké||354M|Banette|display={{me|Banette}}|Ghost|Banettite|18|23,000|16,000|65,000|October 19 to 26, 2015|Per table below|cols=7}}
|-
! style="background:#{{beauty color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" colspan="10" |
|PAL region
|1 - 1,200||1,201 - 16,000||16,001 - 20,000
|- style="background:#fff"
|Japan
|1 - 5,000||5,001 - 65,000||65,001 - 80,000
|-
! style="background:#{{beauty color light}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" colspan="4" |
|}
 
{| class="roundy" style="background:#{{cute color}}; text-align:center; border:3px solid #{{cute color light}}"
|+ Banette
! style="background:#{{beauty color light}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" rowspan="2" | Region
! style="background:#{{beauty color light}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" colspan="3" | Prizes
|-
! style="background:#{{beauty color light}}" | Banettite +<br>Mega Speedup
! style="background:#{{beauty color light}}" | Banettite
! style="background:#{{beauty color light}}" | Attack Power ↑
|- style="background:#fff"
|North America
|1 - 1,500||1,501 - 23,000||23,001 - 28,000
|- style="background:#fff"
|PAL region
|1 - 1,000||1,001 - 16,000||16,001 - 19,000
|- style="background:#fff"
|Japan
! style="background:#{{beauty color light}}" | Availability
! style="background:#{{beauty color light}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" | Notes
{{ShufflePoké||487|Giratina|Ghost|18|5|June 8 to 22, 2015 <small>(3DS)</small><br>October 19 to November 2, 2015 <small>(3DS)</small><br>September 28 to October 12 <small>(Mobile)</small>|cols=4}}
{{ShufflePoké||488|Cresselia|Psychic|18|5|July 20 to August 3, 2015 <small>(3DS)</small>|There were several coin stage variants with a 10 move limit.|cols=4}}
{{ShufflePoké||491|Darkrai|Dark|18|5|August 17 to 31, 2015 <small>(3DS)</small>|There were several coin stage variants with an 8 move limit.|cols=4}}
 
===Giratina===
There were seven types of stages confirmed in the initial run of the Giratina event, while there were eleven types of stages during the repeat of the event.
 
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|+ June 8 to 22, 2015
! style="background:#{{beauty color light}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" | Stage<br>type
! style="background:#{{beauty color light}}" | Stage<br>levels
|}
 
The rewards available for defeating certain landmark stage levels was as follows:. Note that some rewards were only available during the October run of this event.
 
{| class="roundy" style="background:#{{cute color}}; text-align:center; border:3px solid #{{cute color light}}"
|50
|Mega Speedup
|- style="background:#fff"
|60
|{{tt|2,000 Coins|October run only}}
|- style="background:#fff"
|75
|{{tt|2,000 Coins|October run only}}
|- style="background:#fff"
|85
|{{tt|2,000 Coins|October run only}}
|- style="background:#fff"
|100
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