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The '''Eon Ticket''' (Japanese: '''むげんのチケット''' ''Fantasy Ticket'') is an [[event item|event]] [[key item]] in {{game2|Ruby|Sapphire|Emerald}}. It cannot be obtained normally in-game; instead, it must be downloaded at a promotional event or using the [[Eon Ticket (e Card)|Eon Ticket e-Card]].
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The '''''Eon Ticket'' e Card''' is a [[Pokémon Battle e Promotional cards|promotional Pokémon e Card]] which was available at E3 2003, in the September 2003 issue of Nintendo Power and for a limited time at Toys "R" Us stores. This card transfers the [[Eon Ticket]] via [[Mystery Events]] to the Key Items pocket of a US Version of [[Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire Versions|Pokémon Ruby or Pokémon Sapphire]]. The [[Eon Ticket]] allows players to travel to [[Southern Island]], which is barren, except for the opportunity to catch either {{p|Latios}} or {{p|Latias}}, the one opposite of the player's version except in {{game|Emerald}}, where the roaming Pokémon is chosen by the player and the one not chosen will be at Southern Island. Since the non-Japanese versions of {{game|Emerald}} had removed the [[Mystery Events]] feature that was present in {{game3|Ruby and Sapphire|Pokémon Ruby|s}} and {{game3|Ruby and Sapphire|Pokémon Sapphire|s}}, the Eon Ticket can only be obtained in Emerald by mixing records with a Ruby or Sapphire game that already has the ticket. However, if the ticket on the Ruby and Sapphire game was obtained itself by record mixing, that particular game can not send the ticket via mixing, or for that matter, at all. The wild Pokémon will always be holding [[Soul Dew]] when it is caught. This is the only place that Soul Dew can be legally obtained in Generation III. Once the island is left, it cannot be returned to even with the ticket still in hand, though only in Ruby and Sapphire; in Emerald, the island remains accessible.
 
With the Eon Ticket in the Bag, players are able to travel to [[Southern Island]] via [[S.S. Tidal]] once the {{ho|Elite Four}} have been defeated. This is where the version-opposite [[Eon duo|eon Pokémon]] can be battled and caught: {{p|Latias}} in {{game|Ruby}} and {{p|Latios}} in {{game|Sapphire}}. In {{game|Emerald}}, the Pokémon not selected to roam after the Elite Four's defeat will be present. The eon Pokémon do not flee from battle.
 
 
Distribution methods varied worldwide. In North America, the Eon Ticket could be transferred to the games through [[Mystery Gift|Mystery Events]] using an [[e-Reader]] and the [[Eon Ticket (e Card)|Eon Ticket e Card]]. In Europe, it was possible to get the Eon Ticket at promotional events, but it could also be downloaded through [[Mystery Gift|Mystery Events]] from special [[Nintendo]] cartridges via [[link cable]].
 
 
A player that received his/her Eon Ticket from either the e Card or a promotional event is able to share a limited amount of Eon Tickets with other players by [[mixing records]]. However, Eon Tickets received by mixing records cannot be shared further. Mixing records is the only way to obtain the Eon Ticket in Emerald.
 
 
A physical copy of the ticket was available through ''[[Nintendo Power]]'' magazine, volume 173.
 
   
 
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Eon Ticket
Eon Ticket - Front and Back
Set e Promotional
Distributed (US) E3 2003

Nintendo Power #173
Toys'R'Us

Card ID# 00-C000

The Eon Ticket e Card is a promotional Pokémon e Card which was available at E3 2003, in the September 2003 issue of Nintendo Power and for a limited time at Toys "R" Us stores. This card transfers the Eon Ticket via Mystery Events to the Key Items pocket of a US Version of Pokémon Ruby or Pokémon Sapphire. The Eon Ticket allows players to travel to Southern Island, which is barren, except for the opportunity to catch either Latios or Latias, the one opposite of the player's version except in Pokémon Emerald, where the roaming Pokémon is chosen by the player and the one not chosen will be at Southern Island. Since the non-Japanese versions of Pokémon Emerald had removed the Mystery Events feature that was present in Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire, the Eon Ticket can only be obtained in Emerald by mixing records with a Ruby or Sapphire game that already has the ticket. However, if the ticket on the Ruby and Sapphire game was obtained itself by record mixing, that particular game can not send the ticket via mixing, or for that matter, at all. The wild Pokémon will always be holding Soul Dew when it is caught. This is the only place that Soul Dew can be legally obtained in Generation III. Once the island is left, it cannot be returned to even with the ticket still in hand, though only in Ruby and Sapphire; in Emerald, the island remains accessible.

See also


Event distributions
Standard event Pokémon distributions
Generation I: JapaneseEuropean language
Generation II: JapaneseEuropean language
Generation III: JapaneseEnglishGermanSpanishFrenchItalian
Generation IV: Japanese (local | Wi-Fi) • English (local | Wi-Fi) • German (local | Wi-Fi)
Spanish (local | Wi-Fi) • French (local | Wi-Fi) • Italian (local | Wi-Fi) • Korean (local | Wi-Fi)
Trading (GTS)
Generation V: Japanese (local | Wi-Fi) • English (local | Wi-Fi) • German (local | Wi-Fi)
Spanish (local | Wi-Fi) • French (local | Wi-Fi) • Italian (local | Wi-Fi) • Korean (local | Wi-Fi)
Global Link promotions
Generation VI: Japanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • American region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
PAL region (Nintendo Network | serial code) • Korean region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
Taiwanese region (Nintendo Network | serial code)
LocalTrading
Generation VII: Japanese region (Nintendo Network) • American region (Nintendo Network)
PAL region (Nintendo Network) • Korean region (Nintendo Network)
Taiwanese region (Nintendo Network)
LocalQR Codes
Specific events: Gather More Pokémon! Campaign
PCNY (Gen II | Gen III) • Trade and Battle DayJourney Across AmericaParty of the Decade
Special Pokémon from games
In-game: Gen IGen IIGen IIIGen IVGen VGen VIGen VIIIn-game trades (Hayley's trades)
Game-based: Gen IGen IIGen IIIGen IVGen VIGen VII
Other: Undistributed
Non-Pokémon event distributions
Gen IIIGen IVGen VGen VIGen VII (Game-based)
Global Link
Gen VGen VIGen VII


Pokémon e-Reader applications
Expedition Base Set: Diving CorsolaFlower PowerFlying JourneyGO, Poliwrath!Gotcha!Here Comes GloomHold Down Hoppip
Kingler's DayLifesaverMachop At WorkMagby and MagmarMake A Dash!MetronomeSweet Scent
Aquapolis: Dream EaterHarvest TimeJumping DoduoMighty TyranitarPunching BagsRolling VoltorbSneak and Snatch
Skyridge: Berry TreeDitto LeapfrogFollow HoothootLeek GameNight FlightPika PopRide the TuftWatch Out!
Promotional: Exciting Hide and SeekTime TravelFire HoopsImakuni?'s BallWooper's Juggling GameBig Fruit Strategy!Tokotoko Truck
Construction: Construction: ActionConstruction: Melody Box
Pokémon Battle e series: Pokémon Battle e: Series 1Pokémon Battle e: Series 2Pokémon Colosseum Double Battle e
Pokémon Battle e FireRed & LeafGreenPokémon Battle e EmeraldPokémon Battle e Promotional cards
Berries: Pumkin BerryDrash BerryChilan BerryStrib BerryEggant BerryNutpea Berry
Ginema BerryKuo BerryYago BerryTouga BerryNiniku BerryTopo Berry
Others: Eon TicketPokémon Pinball: Ruby & SapphireSmeargle Paint
List of miscellaneous Pokémon e-Reader applicationsList of TCG cards with hidden attacks