Ultra Legend set 4 (Ga-Olé)

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The fourth set in the Pokémon Ga-Olé Ultra Legend series was released on February 14, 2019. It features 67 standard disks and 2 secret disks. It is the fourteenth set overall.

Information

The fourth set in the Ultra Legend series continues to introduce more Generation I to Pokémon Ga-Olé and also marks the debut of the Generation III starter Pokémon and their evolutions, rounding off the inclusion of, as of the set's release, all seven starter evolutionary families in the game. The set's two primary launch courses feature new Grade 5 versions of Dialga and Palkia, which have access to the Z-Move Devastating Drake, as well as new Grade 5 versions of Latias and Latios, each of which have the ability to Mega Evolve. A new version of the Mythical Alpha Pokémon Arceus was also available from March initially as a Normal-type disk, consecutively followed by Fire, Water, and Grass-type disks in limited serial courses. Mythical Pokémon Meltan and its evolution Melmetal also made their Pokémon Ga-Olé debut in this set, available to encounter and catch on the Melmetal Course from mid-March.

Ultra Beasts continue to play a part in the series' theme, featuring the Pokémon Ga-Olé debut of the Lissome Pokémon Pheromosa and the Drawn Sword Pokémon Kartana. As with previous sets, Ultra Beasts could be encountered on any course that featured an Ultra Beast Appears! icon within a certain timeframe. Pheromosa could be encountered from the launch of the set until March 20, 2019, while Kartana could be encountered between March 21 and April 24, 2019. Both Ultra Beasts are Grade 5 Pokémon.

Trainer and Battle Mode was available to challenge from February 17, 2019, much earlier into the set's duration when compared to previous sets. Trainer and Battle Mode also had a theme for the first time, featuring the hosts of Pokémon variety show Meet Up at the Pokémon House? as opponents instead of traditional Trainers. The four hosts, Shokotan (Shōko Nakagawa), Rinka (Rinka Ōtani), Hyadain (Kenichi Maeyamada), and Abareru-kun (Hiroki Kobari) could be challenged in any order. A fifth opponent, Gesshoku Hyadain, could be challenged upon defeating all 4 hosts. Players could dispense a promotional disk featuring a host's signature Pokémon for an additional ¥100 following the battle. 'WINNER' versions were available to those who successfully defeated a host's team.

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

Course summary

Standard courses
Its Z-Move! Dialga & Palkia Course ~Part 1~
Zワザだ!ディアルガ・パルキアコース~その1~
Playable from set launch to March 27, 2019
Its Mega Evolution! Latias & Latios Course
メガシンカだ!ラティアス・ラティオスコース
Playable from set launch to March 27, 2019
Let's Begin Ga-Olé! Course
はじめようガオーレ!コース
Playable at set launch
Melmetal Course
メルメタルコース
Playable from March 14, 2019
Its Z-Move! Dialga & Palkia Course ~Part 2~
Zワザだ!ディアルガ・パルキアコース~その2~
Playable from March 28, 2019
Sinnoh Region Formidable Enemies Course
シンオウちほうきょうてきコース
Playable from March 28, 2019
Limited courses
  Available for Pokémon Ga-Olé Members to redeem from February 14, 2019 for 1,000 Member Points
Get It! Darkrai Course
てにいれろ!ダークライコース
Playable from February 14 to July 31, 2019
  Available as an insert in the April 2019 issue of CoroCoro Ichiban!, released on February 21, 2019
Its Z-Move! Zekrom Course
Zワザだ!ゼクロムコース
Playable from February 21 to April 24, 2019
 
Arceus Course ~Part 1~
アルセウスコース~その1~
Playable from February 28 to March 13, 2019
  Available as an insert in issue 62 of Pokémon Fan, released on February 28, 2019
Its Z-Move! Reshiram Course
Zワザだ!レシラムコース
Playable from February 28 to April 24, 2019
 
Arceus Course ~Part 2~
アルセウスコース~その2~
Playable from March 14 to 27, 2019
 
Special Melmetal Course
とくべつメルメタルコース
Playable from March 14 to April 24, 2019 on select units
 
Arceus Course ~Part 3~
アルセウスコース~その3~
Playable from March 28 to April 10, 2019
 
Arceus Course ~Part 4~
アルセウスコース~その4~
Playable from April 11 to 24, 2019
 



Trainer and Battle mode opponents

Pokénchi Administrator Shokotan
ポケんちかんりにんのしょこたん
 
Difficulty: ★★★☆☆
Weavile
 
  Night Slash
   Leech Seed
Incineroar
 
  Darkest Lariat
   Leech Seed
Sylveon
 
  Moonblast
   Leech Seed
Model Rinka
モデルのりんか
 
Difficulty: ★☆☆☆☆
Toxapex
 
  Poison Jab
   Leech Seed
Lucario
 
  Brick Break
   Leech Seed
Charizard
 
  Flamethrower
   Leech Seed
Music Creator Hyadain
おんがくクリエイターのヒャダイン
 
Difficulty: ★★★☆☆
Greninja
 
  Water Shuriken
   Leech Seed
Mimikyu
 
  Shadow Claw
   Leech Seed
Gyarados
 
  Waterfall
   Leech Seed
Comedian Abareru-kun
おわらいげいにんのあばれるくん
 
Difficulty: ★★☆☆☆
Grubbin
 
  Vice Grip
   Leech Seed
Mudbray
 
  Mud-Slap
   Leech Seed
Geodude
 
  Tackle
   Leech Seed
Misfit Gesshoku Hyadain
かわらのげっしょくヒャダイン
 
Difficulty: ★★★★★
Dawn Wings Necrozma
 
  Moongeist Beam
   Leech Seed
Dusk Mane Necrozma
 
  Sunsteel Strike
   Leech Seed
 
 
  


Set list

Disk No. Name Type Grade
UL4-001 Treecko    
UL4-002 Grovyle    
UL4-003 Sceptile    
UL4-004 Sceptile    
UL4-005 Torchic    
UL4-006 Combusken     
UL4-007 Blaziken     
UL4-008 Blaziken     
UL4-009 Mudkip    
UL4-010 Marshtomp     
UL4-011 Swampert     
UL4-012 Swampert     
UL4-013 Chikorita    
UL4-014 Bayleef    
UL4-015 Meganium    
UL4-016 Meganium    
UL4-017 Cyndaquil    
UL4-018 Quilava    
UL4-019 Typhlosion    
UL4-020 Typhlosion    
UL4-021 Totodile    
UL4-022 Croconaw    
UL4-023 Feraligatr    
UL4-024 Feraligatr    
UL4-025 Meowth    
UL4-026 Persian    
UL4-027 Persian    
UL4-028 Doduo     
UL4-029 Dodrio     
UL4-030 Dodrio     
UL4-031 Murkrow     
UL4-032 Honchkrow     
UL4-033 Honchkrow     
UL4-034 Geodude     
UL4-035 Graveler     
UL4-036 Golem     
UL4-037 Golem     
UL4-038 Machop    
UL4-039 Machoke    
UL4-040 Machamp    
UL4-041 Machamp    
UL4-042 Rhyhorn     
UL4-043 Rhydon     
UL4-044 Rhyperior     
UL4-045 Rhyperior     
UL4-046 Aerodactyl     
UL4-047 Aerodactyl     
UL4-048 Beldum     
UL4-049 Metang     
UL4-050 Metagross     
UL4-051 Metagross     
UL4-052 Latias     
UL4-053 Latios     
UL4-054 Uxie    
UL4-055 Mesprit    
UL4-056 Azelf    
UL4-057 Dialga     
UL4-058 Palkia     
UL4-059 Arceus    
UL4-060 Arceus    
UL4-061 Arceus    
UL4-062 Arceus    
UL4-063 Meltan    
UL4-064 Melmetal    
UL4-065 Melmetal    
UL4-066 Pheromosa     
UL4-067 Kartana     
UL4-033★ Honchkrow     
UL4-030★ Dodrio     
 



Trivia

The character Gesshoku Hyadain is based on a photograph of Hyadain in his youth wearing a school uniform and performing his now signature pose, an image he recreated during episode 112 of Pokénchi. Gesshoku, which translates as lunar eclipse, as well as his all-black attire, are references to Necrozma's Dawn Wings form that debuted in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, released a few weeks before the airing of the episode. Abareru-kun has since mimicked this persona on various occasions and is the version of Gesshoku Hyadain featured in Trainer and Battle mode. The character's title, kawara, can literally translate as riverbank, traditionally a place for outcasts and misfits in Japanese society.

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