Ultra Legend set 3 (Ga-Olé)

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The third set in the Pokémon Ga-Olé Ultra Legend series was released on November 29, 2018. It features 68 standard disks and two secret disks. It is the thirteenth set overall.


The third Ultra Legend series set has particular focus on Generation I Pokémon following the worldwide release of Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! on November 16, 2018. Many Generation I Pokémon made their Pokémon Ga-Olé debut in this set, including Grade 5 versions of the legendary birds Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres. The duo of Mew and Mewtwo also made return appearances as Grade 5 Pokémon—Mew has access to its exclusive Z-Move Genesis Supernova and two Mewtwo disks were available over the course of the set's duration with the ability to Mega Evolve into one of its Mega Evolved forms. The Poké Ball Plus peripheral, sold in conjunction with the release of Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, can also interact with Ga-Olé machines via the Multi-Scanner to unlock an exclusive Let's Go! Course, in which promotional versions of Pikachu, Eevee, and Mew could be encountered and caught.

This set also continues the Ultra Beast theme, featuring the Pokémon Ga-Olé debut of the Rampart Pokémon Stakataka and the Fireworks Pokémon Blacephalon. As with previous sets, Ultra Beasts could be encountered on any course that featured an Ultra Beast Appears! icon within a certain timeframe. Stakataka could be encountered from the launch of the set until January 2, 2019, while Blacephalon could be encountered between January 3 and February 13, 2019. Both Ultra Beasts are Grade 5 Pokémon.

Mythical Pokémon Zeraora could be encountered and caught on an eponymous course later into the set's duration, as could promotional versions of Pikachu and Mimikyu as part of a tie in with the Pokémon anime. Both Pokémon are based on those who belong to characters in the anime: Ash's Pikachu and Jessie's Mimikyu. Both have access to respective exclusive Z-Moves 10,000,000 Volt Thunderbolt and Let's Snuggle Forever and both feature a voice-over and image of their respective Trainer when attacking in-game. Pikachu also wears Ash's hat as depicted in Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon. Legendary Generation IV Pokémon Cresselia and Heatran, as well as Mythical Pokémon Manaphy, were added to the roster of Pokémon that could be encountered on the Zeraora Course from January 31, 2019.

Trainer and Battle Mode was available to challenge from January 10, 2019 and provided a new roster of opponents to battle. The lineup included two new Trainers classes and a new Battle Leader, Seraji, who could not be challenged until the other four Trainers had been defeated. Promotional Hoopa or Volcanion disks could be dispensed for an additional ¥100 following a battle with Seraji, with 'WINNER' versions available to those who successfully defeated his team.

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

Course summary

Standard courses
Mewtwo & Mew Course ~Part 1~
Playable from set launch to January 9, 2019
Articuno, Zapdos & Moltres Course
Playable from set launch to January 16, 2019
Let's Begin Ga-Olé! Course
Playable at set launch
Zeraora Course
Playable from December 13, 2018
Mewtwo & Mew Course ~Part 2~
Playable from January 10, 2019
Black Kyurem & White Kyurem Course
Playable from January 17, 2019
Limited courses
  Available at participating stores as part of the Black Mega Gardevoir Campaign, which ran from June 17 until July 8, 2016
Let's Go! Course
Let's Go!コース
Playable from November 29, 2018 to June 30, 2019 by using the Poké Ball Plus peripheral on the Ga-Olé console Multi-Scanner
Only Eevee Course ~Part 3~
Playable from November 29, 2018 to February 13, 2019 at all Pokémon Centers and Pokémon Stores
  Available for Pokémon Ga-Olé Members to redeem from November 29, 2018 for 1,000 Member Points
Gather! Zygarde Course
Playable from November 29, 2018 to March 31, 2019
  Available as an insert in issue 61 of Pokémon Fan, released on November 30, 2018
Latias Course
Playable from November 30, 2018 to February 13, 2019
  Available as an insert in the January 2019 issue of CoroCoro Comic, released on December 15, 2018
Mewtwo Special Course
Playable from December 15, 2018 to February 13, 2019
  Available as an insert in the February 2019 issue of CoroCoro Ichiban!, released on December 21, 2018
Latios Course
Playable from December 21, 2018 to February 13, 2019
Powerful Pokémon One After Another Course
Playable from December 27, 2018 to January 30, 2017
Special Black Kyurem & White Kyurem Course
Playable from January 17 to February 13, 2019 on select units

Trainer and Battle mode opponents

Aspiring Idol Rei
Difficulty: ★☆☆☆☆
  Double Slap
   Leech Seed
  Double Slap
   Leech Seed
  Solar Blade
   Leech Seed
  Fairy Wind
   Leech Seed
Silent Boy Shunsuke
Difficulty: ★★☆☆☆
  Bug Buzz
   Leech Seed
  Dizzy Punch
   Leech Seed
  Fire Blast
   Leech Seed
  Giga Drain
   Leech Seed
Literary Girl Mako
Difficulty: ★★★☆☆
  Frenzy Plant
   Leech Seed
  Blast Burn
   Leech Seed
  Hydro Cannon
   Leech Seed
Veteran Employee Naokata
Difficulty: ★★★★☆
   Leech Seed
   Leech Seed
  Tri Attack
   Leech Seed
  Shadow Ball
   Leech Seed
Battle Leader Seraji
Difficulty: ★★★★★
  Dragon Rush
   Leech Seed
  Hyperspace Fury
   Leech Seed
  Iron Tail
   Leech Seed
  Steam Eruption
   Leech Seed

Set list

Disk No. Name Type Grade
UL3-001 Bulbasaur     
UL3-002 Ivysaur     
UL3-003 Venusaur     
UL3-004 Venusaur     
UL3-005 Charmander    
UL3-006 Charmeleon    
UL3-007 Charizard     
UL3-008 Charizard     
UL3-009 Charizard     
UL3-010 Squirtle    
UL3-011 Wartortle    
UL3-012 Blastoise    
UL3-013 Blastoise    
UL3-014 Leafeon    
UL3-015 Leafeon    
UL3-016 Glaceon    
UL3-017 Glaceon    
UL3-018 Sylveon    
UL3-019 Sylveon    
UL3-020 Venonat     
UL3-021 Venomoth     
UL3-022 Venomoth     
UL3-023 Mankey    
UL3-024 Primeape    
UL3-025 Primeape    
UL3-026 Ponyta    
UL3-027 Rapidash    
UL3-028 Rapidash    
UL3-029 Porygon    
UL3-030 Porygon2    
UL3-031 Porygon-Z    
UL3-032 Tangela    
UL3-033 Tangrowth    
UL3-034 Tangrowth    
UL3-035 Dratini    
UL3-036 Dragonair    
UL3-037 Dragonite     
UL3-038 Dragonite     
UL3-039 Abra    
UL3-040 Kadabra    
UL3-041 Alakazam    
UL3-042 Alakazam    
UL3-043 Gastly     
UL3-044 Haunter     
UL3-045 Gengar     
UL3-046 Gengar     
UL3-047 Onix     
UL3-048 Steelix     
UL3-049 Steelix     
UL3-050 Kangaskhan    
UL3-051 Kangaskhan    
UL3-052 Magikarp    
UL3-053 Gyarados     
UL3-054 Gyarados     
UL3-055 Cresselia    
UL3-056 Manaphy    
UL3-057 Heatran     
UL3-058 Articuno     
UL3-059 Zapdos     
UL3-060 Moltres     
UL3-061 Mewtwo    
UL3-062 Mewtwo    
UL3-063 Mew    
UL3-064 White Kyurem     
UL3-065 Black Kyurem     
UL3-066 Zeraora    
UL3-067 Stakataka     
UL3-068 Blacephalon     
UL3-028★ Rapidash    
UL3-031★ Porygon-Z    

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