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Pokémon storage
 
===Pokémon storage===
Pokémon HOME allows two-way transfer to and from the [[Pokémon Storage System]] in [[Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!]] and [[Pokémon Sword and Shield]] using the Nintendo Switch version. Only Pokémon that can be obtained in Sword and Shield can be transferred to those games, and only Pokémon originally caught in Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! can be transferred to those games. Any Pokémon transferred to Sword and Shield cannot be transferred to Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!. It also allows one-way transfer of Pokémon from the [[Nintendo 3DS]] [[core series]] games through [[Pokémon Bank]] using either version with a Premium Plan. One-way transfers from [[Pokémon GO]] will be made available in the future.
 
Up to 30 Pokémon can be deposited, which increases to 6,000 Pokémon with a Premium Plan. The [[Judge]] function is available in either version with a Premium Plan.
==Trivia==
* [[Cosplay Pikachu]], certain [[Totem Pokémon]] ({{p|Marowak}}, {{p|Ribombee}}, {{p|Araquanid}}, and {{p|Togedemaru}}), fused {{p|Necrozma}}, and fused {{p|Kyurem}} are the only Pokémon available in the [[Nintendo 3DS]] core series games that cannot be stored in Pokémon HOME. The fused Necrozma and fused Kyurem, however, can still be viewed in the Pokédex as different forms.
* Like in Pokémon Bank, Held Items cannot be stored in Pokémon HOME.
* The {{ga|partner Pokémon|partner}} {{p|Pikachu}} and {{p|Eevee}} are the only Pokémon available in the [[Nintendo Switch]] core series games that cannot be stored in Pokémon HOME.
* Until February 12, 2020 at 18:00 JST, any [[Hyper Training]] performed in the [[Alola]] games was lost upon transferring from [[Pokémon Bank]]. Details on how to restore it will bewere announced in the app and on the official support websites.<ref>[https://www.pokemon-support.com/news/s/article/000002142 ''【Pokémon HOME】既知の不具合について - ポケットモンスター (<nowiki>[Pokémon HOME]</nowiki> Known bugs)'' - pokemon-support.com] (Japanese) (accessed 14 February, 2020)</ref><ref>[https://pokemonkorea.co.kr/news/972 ''현재「Pokémon HOME」에서 확인된 이상 현상에 대하여 - 포켓몬 공식 사이트 (About the anomalies currently identified in "Pokémon HOME")'' - pokemonkorea.co.kr] (Korean) (accessed 14 February, 2020)</ref>
* All of the Pokémon appear in the Pokédex posed in the same position as their official art, with Pokémon from the [[Generation]]s {{gen|I}} and {{gen|II}} taking on their redesigned art from Generations {{gen|III}} and {{gen|IV}} respectively.
** Furthermore, [[Shiny Pokémon]] appear as Shiny, instead of their usual colorations.
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