Ultra Legend set 1 (Ga-Olé)

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The first set in the Pokémon Ga-Olé Ultra Legend series was released on July 5, 2018. It features 70 standard disks and 8 secret disks. It is the eleventh set overall.


As the first set of a new series, all Pokémon Ga-Olé machines upgraded to run Ultra Legend feature updated graphics on the user interface and have the facility to produce and dispense disks featuring the updated Ultra Legend layout. The series also begins a new numbering system, with sets prefixed with a "UL" and the set number starting at 1.

No significant gameplay mechanics were introduced in this set; the Dash System remains the primary method of interaction during Get by Battle mode. The main focus of the Ultra Legend series, however, is the Ultra Beasts. Both Poipole and Naganadel have previously featured in Pokémon Ga-Olé following their debut in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon but the Ultra Legend series begins to showcase them in earnest. The first set includes powerful Grade 5 versions of the Parasite Pokémon Nihilego and the Swollen Pokémon Buzzwole. Ultra Beasts could be encountered on any course that featured an Ultra Beast Appears! (Japanese: ウルトラビースト あらわる!) icon within a limited timeframe. Nihilego could be encountered from the launch of the set until August 8, 2018, while Buzzwole could be encountered from August 9 until September 12, 2018. Ultra Beasts have the same encounter rate as Grade 5 Pokémon and will appear silhouetted in a short sequence before being introduced, similar in fashion to regular Grade 5 Pokémon, albeit with an Ultra Wormhole backdrop. Players in battle with an Ultra Beast during Get Time! will activate Beast Ball Chance! (Japanese: ウルトラボールチャンス! Ultra Ball Chance!), which appends a Beast Ball to 3 slots on the roulette (1 Poké Ball, 1 Great Ball, and 1 Ultra Ball). Selecting one of these slots will throw a Beast Ball at the Ultra Beast, which has a greater chance of capturing it compared to other Poké Balls (except the Master Ball).

In addition to the Ultra Beasts, many other Pokémon could be encountered and caught as part of the set. The evolutionary families of the Generation VII starter Pokémon were available for the third time, whist those of the Generation II starters had their Pokémon Ga-Olé debut. Legendary duo Lugia and Ho-Oh return as Grade 5 Pokémon in this set with access to Z-Moves and could be encountered on one of the launch courses. Later courses featured the Legendary Order Pokémon Zygarde, available in all three of its Formes, and the Legendary Eon Pokémon Latias and Latios. The Mythical Time Travel Pokémon Celebi was later added to the roster of Pokémon that could be encountered on the Lugia launch course. New versions of the two Cosmog originally from the second Dash set could be encountered in the Let's Begin Ga-Olé! Course. While identical in terms of stats, they differ by featuring the Ultra Legend series graphical layout and a hollow star next to their original collection number. If evolved into Cosmoem and Grade 4 Solgaleo or Lunala, these disks also feature the Ultra Legend series graphical layout. The Grade 5 versions are no different to their Dash series counterparts.

Trainer and Battle Mode was available to challenge from August 16, 2018 and provided 5 new opponents for players to battle. The Trainers included 2 new classes and a new Battle Leader, Emako, who could not be challenged until the other 4 Trainers had been defeated. Promotional Latias or Latios disks could be dispensed for an additional ¥100 following a battle with Emako, with 'WINNER' versions available to those who successfully defeated her team.

Mimikyu, Golisopod, and Hydreigon were added as Support Pokémon from this set. Players registering a Ga-Olé Pass for the first time would automatically receive Mimikyu as a Support Pokémon as part of the Pokémon Ga-Olé Welcome Campaign.

Course summary

Standard courses
Its Z-Move!! Lugia Course
Playable at set launch
Necrozma Again Course
Playable at set launch
Let's Begin Ga-Olé! Course
Playable at set launch
Power Up! Zygarde Course
Playable from July 19, 2018
Latias & Latios Course
Playable from August 2, 2018
Powerful Pokémon One After Another Course
Playable from August 30, 2018
Limited courses
  Available at participating stores as part of the Black Mega Gardevoir Campaign, which ran from June 17 until July 8, 2016
Only Eevee Course
Playable from July 5 to September 12, 2018 at all Pokémon Centers and Pokémon Stores
  Available in Happy Meals at participating McDonald's restaurants on July 7 and 8, 2018
Special Lugia Course
Playable from July 7 to September 12, 2018
  Available as an insert in issue 59 of Pokémon Fan, released on July 13, 2018
Greninja Again Course
Playable from July 13 to September 12, 2018
Special Power Up! Zygarde Course
Playable from August 16 to September 12, 2018 on select units

Trainer and Battle mode opponents

Performer Kento
Difficulty: ★☆☆☆☆
Alolan Ninetales
  Ice Beam
   Leech Seed
  Stone Edge
   Leech Seed
  Bug Buzz
   Leech Seed
   Leech Seed
Uniform Girl Yūko
Difficulty: ★★☆☆☆
  Close Combat
   Leech Seed
  Stone Edge
   Leech Seed
   Leech Seed
  Flare Blitz
   Leech Seed
Silent Boy Keita
Difficulty: ★★★☆☆
  Hydro Pump
   Leech Seed
   Leech Seed
   Leech Seed
   Leech Seed
Conductor Shin
Difficulty: ★★★★☆
   Leech Seed
  Dragon Rush
   Leech Seed
   Leech Seed
  Core Enforcer
   Leech Seed
Battle Leader Emako
Difficulty: ★★★★★
  Play Rough
   Leech Seed
  Mist Ball
   Leech Seed
  Iron Tail
   Leech Seed
  Luster Purge
   Leech Seed

Set list

Disk No. Name Type Grade
UL1-001 Chikorita    
UL1-002 Bayleef    
UL1-003 Meganium    
UL1-004 Meganium    
UL1-005 Cyndaquil    
UL1-006 Quilava    
UL1-007 Typhlosion    
UL1-008 Typhlosion    
UL1-009 Totodile    
UL1-010 Croconaw    
UL1-011 Feraligatr    
UL1-012 Feraligatr    
UL1-013 Rowlet     
UL1-014 Dartrix     
UL1-015 Decidueye     
UL1-016 Decidueye     
UL1-017 Litten    
UL1-018 Torracat    
UL1-019 Incineroar     
UL1-020 Incineroar     
UL1-021 Popplio    
UL1-022 Brionne    
UL1-023 Primarina     
UL1-024 Primarina     
UL1-025 Eevee    
UL1-026 Eevee    
UL1-027 Eevee    
UL1-028 Vaporeon    
UL1-029 Vaporeon    
UL1-030 Jolteon    
UL1-031 Jolteon    
UL1-032 Flareon    
UL1-033 Flareon    
UL1-034 Bonsly    
UL1-035 Sudowoodo    
UL1-036 Sudowoodo    
UL1-037 Larvesta     
UL1-038 Volcarona     
UL1-039 Volcarona     
UL1-040 Trapinch    
UL1-041 Vibrava     
UL1-042 Flygon     
UL1-043 Flygon     
UL1-044 Igglybuff     
UL1-045 Jigglypuff     
UL1-046 Wigglytuff     
UL1-047 Wigglytuff     
UL1-048 Pikachu    
UL1-049 Pikachu    
UL1-050 Pikachu    
UL1-051 Turtonator     
UL1-052 Turtonator     
UL1-053 Gible     
UL1-054 Gabite     
UL1-055 Garchomp     
UL1-056 Garchomp     
UL1-057 Riolu    
UL1-058 Lucario     
UL1-059 Lucario     
UL1-060 Lucario     
UL1-061 Lugia     
UL1-062 Ho-Oh     
UL1-063 Celebi     
UL1-064 Latias     
UL1-065 Latios     
UL1-066 Zygarde     
UL1-067 Zygarde     
UL1-068 Zygarde     
UL1-069 Nihilego     
UL1-070 Buzzwole     
UL1-036★ Sudowoodo    
UL1-039★ Volcarona     
D2-074☆ Cosmog    
D2-075☆ Cosmoem    
D2-076☆ Solgaleo     
D2-078☆ Cosmog    
D2-079☆ Cosmoem    
D2-080☆ Lunala     

Original series
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Dash series
Dash set 1Dash set 2Dash set 3Dash set 4Dash set 5
Ultra Legend series
Ultra Legend set 1Ultra Legend set 2Ultra Legend set 3
Ultra Legend set 4Ultra Legend set 5
Grand Rush series
Grand Rush set 1Grand Rush set 2Grand Rush set 3
Grand Rush set 4Grand Rush set 5
Promotional disks

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