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List of other event distributions in Generation VI

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This is a reverse-chronological list of other event distributions that were given away to all region Pokémon games in Generation VI.

List of event distributions

The Great Eon Ticket Relay Eon Ticket

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The Great Eon Ticket Relay logo

In the United Kingdom, 15 players from different locations will be selected, then receive their Eon Tickets at a special Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire launch party held in London. At this event, the selected players will meet Junichi Masuda.

Entries were submitted at pokemoneonticketuk.com. The prize draw requires an entrant to enter their age, full name, address, home and mobile number, and select a departure location from a list of 15 train stations or airports. One entrant from each location will win an Eon Ticket. Entries were accepted from 3 p.m. November 13 to 11:59 p.m. November 18, 2014 (GMT).

The winners will travel to London from their chosen location on November 28, 2014, where they will receive a Transparent Red or Blue Nintendo 2DS bundled with Pokémon Omega Ruby or Alpha Sapphire, along with their Eon Ticket. In London, they will receive paid accommodation, consisting of a standard twin or double room including an evening meal and breakfast meal in a 4 or 5 star hotel. At 9:30 a.m. on November 29, 2014, they will travel back to the GAME store local to their departure location to receive further prizes. Since Eon Tickets can be shared via StreetPass, the intention is for these players to spread their tickets, starting from this store.

The departure locations that could be selected were:

It is currently unclear if these Eon Tickets will be distributed using Mystery Gift.

United States Eon Ticket

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In the United States, Play! Pokémon League Leaders at nearly 1,000 Pokémon League locations will be given a code for an Eon Ticket. Since Eon Tickets can be shared via StreetPass, the intention is for these League Leaders to spread their tickets, starting from the Play! Pokémon Leagues. The codes cannot be redeemed until November 26, 2014.

Players who visit the Nintendo World Store in New York City in the United States from November 26, 2014 to January 14, 2015 will be able to receive the Eon Ticket. It is currently unclear whether this will be via code or via StreetPass.

Distribution

English
Wonder Card
Spanish
Tarjeta Misteriosa
French
Carte Miracle


Singapore Eon Ticket

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In the Singapore, codes for the Eon Ticket were available at the Funan DigitaLife Mall on November 21, 2014. They were given away as prizes in a Pokémon Quiz Competition that was held from 3 pm to 9 pm. There were only limited quantities of these codes available.

Eon Ticket codes will also be available from the Maxsoft Online Facebook page in late November 2014. However, the Maxsoft Online Facebook page is region-locked, so this will likely only be available to players in Singapore.


Distribution

English
Wonder Card
Spanish
Tarjeta Misteriosa
French
Carte Miracle


Hong Kong Eon Ticket

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In the Hong Kong, codes for the Eon Ticket were available at the "Fifth Nintendo 3DS Party", held at iSQUARE on November 22, 2014 from noon to 9 pm. 1000 codes were available, which were simply left in a pile for players to collect. This serial code can be used in Taiwanese and Japanese region Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire from November 26, 2014 to the end of February 2015.

Distribution

English
Wonder Card

CoroCoro Eon Ticket

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An Eon Ticket will be available to players via a serial code. The serial code was contained in the December 2014 issue of CoroCoro Comic (which was released on November 15, 2014). The serial code can be used to obtain the Eon Ticket in Japanese region Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire from November 26, 2014 to May 31, 2015.

Distribution

In all languages, the distribution text and title are in Japanese, but the Wonder Card uses the Download type text in the language of the receiving game.

むげんのチケット プレゼント
ふしぎなカード
むげんのチケット プレゼント
ダウンロード してくれて
ありがとう!
おくりものは ポケモンセンターにいる
配達員から ってね!


North America Potions

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Players who purchase a dual pack, which includes both Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, will receive two serial codes for 100 Potions. The dual pack will be available at Best Buy stores and at Amazon.com. These codes can be used in American region Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

Distribution

English
Wonder Card
Spanish
Tarjeta Misteriosa
French
Carte Miracle

Japan Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire promotion

Players who purchase (or redeem a code for) a digital copy of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire before November 30, 2014 will receive a serial code in the eShop receipt that can be used to obtain 12 Quick Balls. This serial code can be used in Japanese region Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire from November 21, 2014 to January 29, 2015.

Alternatively, players can purchase a double pack, which includes both Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire and two serial codes. Each of these serial codes can be used to obtain 100 Potions in Japanese region Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire starting on November 21, 2014; the serial codes are intended to be used on both games.

Quick Balls

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Distribution
ふしぎなカード

Potions

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Distribution

In all languages, the distribution text and title are in Japanese, but the Wonder Card uses the Download type text in the language of the receiving game.

ダブルパック こうにゅうとくてん
ふしぎなカード
ダブルパック こうにゅうとくてん
ダウンロード してくれて
ありがとう!
おくりものは ポケモンセンターにいる
配達員から ってね

Tough Pokémon Mega Stones

Serial code card

These Mega Stones were distributed to players who inserted a serial code that was given out at participating GameStop stores in the United States from August 18 to September 21, 2014. However, many GameStop stores did not receive the codes on time and as a result players were asked to call Nintendo Support for a code until stores received the codes.

For players outside of the United States in the American region, they were supposed to receive the serial codes in a Pokémon Trainer Club newsletter, as long as they had opted in to receiving newsletters by September 1, 2014. However, there are no known reports of the emails being received.

Players of Pokémon X received a Heracronite and players of Pokémon Y received a Pinsirite. The serial codes could be used to obtain either Mega Stone in American region Pokémon X and Y from August 18 to September 21, 2014, and corresponded with the Heracross and Pinsir Nintendo Network distributions that were held at the same time.

Heracronite

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Distribution

In English, Spanish, and French, the distribution text, title and Wonder Card text are in the language of the receiving game, with the Wonder Card using the Store type text. In Japanese, German, Italian, and Korean, the distribution text and title are in English, but the Wonder Card uses the Store type text in the language of the receiving game.

English
A Mega Stone for your Heracross!
Mega Evolve your Heracross to make it
even stronger! With its Skill Link Ability,
your Mega-Evolved Heracross will always
hit five times for attacks that hit more
than once per turn!

Wonder Card
A Mega Stone for your Heracross!
Thank you for coming to the store!
Please pick up your gift from the
delivery girl in any Pokémon Center.
Spanish
¡Una Megapiedra para tu Heracross!
¡Haz que Heracross megaevolucione para
que sea más fuerte! Con su habilidad
Encadenado, Mega-Heracross siempre
golpeará 5 veces con los ataques que
se ejecutan varias veces en un turno.

Tarjeta Misteriosa
¡Una Megapiedra para tu Heracross!
¡Gracias por venir a este establecimiento!
Ve a ver a la repartidora en cualquier
Centro Pokémon para recoger tu regalo.
French
La Méga-Gemme de votre Scarhino !
Faites méga-évoluer votre Scarhino
pour le rendre encore plus fort !
Son talent Multi-Coups permet à ses
attaques frappant plusieurs fois de
toucher leur cible 5 fois à coup sûr !

Carte Miracle
La Méga-Gemme de votre Scarhino !
Merci de votre visite dans ce magasin !
Allez récupérer votre cadeau dans le jeu auprès
de la livreuse d'un Centre Pokémon !

Pinsirite

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Distribution

In English, Spanish, and French, the distribution text, title and Wonder Card text are in the language of the receiving game, with the Wonder Card using the Store type text. In Japanese, German, Italian, and Korean, the distribution text and title are in English, but the Wonder Card uses the Store type text in the language of the receiving game.

English
A Mega Stone for your Pinsir!
Mega Evolve your Pinsir to make it even
stronger! Being both Bug and Flying type
and having the Aerilate Ability, your
Mega-Evolved Pinsir's physical attack
moves will be more powerful than ever!

Wonder Card
A Mega Stone for your Pinsir!
Thank you for coming to the store!
Please pick up your gift from the
delivery girl in any Pokémon Center.
Spanish
¡Una Megapiedra para tu Pinsir!
Tarjeta Misteriosa
¡Una Megapiedra para tu Pinsir!
¡Gracias por venir a este establecimiento!
Ve a ver a la repartidora en cualquier
Centro Pokémon para recoger tu regalo.
French
La Méga-Gemme de votre Scarabrute !
Carte Miracle
La Méga-Gemme de votre Scarabrute !
Merci de votre visite dans ce magasin !
Allez récupérer votre cadeau dans le jeu auprès
de la livreuse d'un Centre Pokémon !

Master Ball

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A Master Ball was available to players via a serial code. Players who saw Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction in theaters could download a special stage for The Thieves and the 1000 Pokémon. After clearing that special stage players received a serial code to obtain the Master Ball. The serial code could be used to obtain the Master Ball in Japanese region Pokémon X and Y from July 19 to October 15, 2014.

Distribution

In all languages, the distribution text and title are in Japanese, but the Wonder Card uses the Pokémon Movie 2014 type text in the language of the receiving game.

マスターボール プレゼント
ポケモンえいがを げきじょうに
みにきてくれて ありがとう!
やせいの ポケモンを かならず
つかまえる ことが できる
マスターボールを プレゼント!

ふしぎなカード
マスターボール プレゼント
ポケモン映画2014を
観に来てくれて ありがとう!
おくりものは ポケモンセンターにいる
配達員から 受け取ってね!

Dragon King Tournament Prizes

These items were distributed to runner-ups who participated in the video game portion of the Dragon King Tournament. The prize that a player could obtain was based on how many matches they won. Players could obtain 30 Full Restores if they won one match, ten Pearl Strings if they won two matches, ten Max Revives if they won three matches, five Rare Candies if they won four matches, and a Master Ball if they won five matches. The tournament was held at various locations across Japan for a overall distribution period of January 19 to March 9, 2014.

Full Restores

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Distribution
ふしぎなカード

Pearl Strings

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Distribution
ふしぎなカード

Max Revives

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Distribution
ふしぎなカード

Rare Candies

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Distribution
ふしぎなカード

Master Ball

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Distribution
ふしぎなカード

Locations

Prefecture Location Dates
Aichi Nagoya Dome, Nagoya January 19, 2014
Chiba Makuhari Messe, Chiba January 25 to 26, 2014
Fukuoka Fukuoka Yafuoku! Dome, Fukuoka February 2, 2014
Osaka Osaka Dome, Osaka February 9, 2014
Hokkaido JR Tower Planis Hall, Sapporo February 22 to 23, 2014
Miyagi Yume Messe Miyagi, Sendai March 9, 2014

Lucky Egg

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A Lucky Egg was available to players via a serial code. The serial codes were given to players who went to Pokémon Center and select Toys "R" Us stores in Japan from December 21 to 26, 2013. The serial codes were given out as part of the Christmas event. These codes can be used in Japanese region Pokémon X and Y.

Distribution

In all languages, the distribution text and title are in Japanese, but the Wonder Card uses the Playing Pokémon type text in the language of the receiving game.

しあわせタマゴ プレゼント
クリスマスこうかんかいに
きてくれて ありがとう!
ポケモンに もたせると
もらえる けいけんちが ふえる
しあわせタマゴを プレゼント!

ふしぎなカード
しあわせタマゴ プレゼント
ポケモンを 遊んでくれて
ありがとう!
おくりものは ポケモンセンターにいる
配達員から 受け取ってね!

Weakness Policy

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The Weakness Policy was distributed via local wireless to players who attended Jump Festa from December 21 to 22, 2013.

Distribution

In all languages, the distribution text and title are in Japanese, but the Wonder Card uses the Playing Pokémon type text in the language of the receiving game.

じゃくてんほけん プレゼント
ジャンプフェスタ2014 に きてくれた
きねんに 3れんしょうバトルで
かつやくする ための どうぐ
じゃくてんほけん を プレゼント!

ふしぎなカード
じゃくてんほけん プレゼント
ポケモンを 遊んでくれて
ありがとう!
おくりものは ポケモンセンターにいる
配達員から 受け取ってね!

South Korea Quick Balls

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Twelve Quick Balls were available to players via a serial code. Players who purchased select copies of Pokémon X and Y at Toys "R" Us and Daewon stores received a serial code. The serial codes could be used in Korean region Pokémon X and Y to obtain the Quick Balls from December 1, 2013 to February 28, 2014.

Distribution

In all languages, the distribution text and title are in Korean, but the Wonder Card uses the Download type text in the language of the receiving game.

퀵볼 선물 이벤트
이상한 카드
퀵볼 선물 이벤트
다운로드해 주셔서
감사합니다!
소포는 포켓몬센터에 있는
배달원에게 받으십시오!

Japan Quick Balls

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Twelve Quick Balls were available to players via a serial code. Players who pre-ordered Pokémon X and Y at Pokémon Center stores would receive a serial code. The Quick Balls were also distributed at the Nagashima Spa Land from January 2 to 5, 2014. The serial codes could be used in Japanese region Pokémon X and Y to obtain the Quick Balls from October 12, 2013 to April 12, 2014.

Distribution

In all languages, the distribution text and title are in Japanese, but the Wonder Card uses the Playing Pokémon type text in the language of the receiving game.

クイックボール プレゼント
せんとうが はじまって すぐだと
ポケモンが つかまえやすくなる
クイックボールを 12コ プレゼント!

ふしぎなカード
クイックボール プレゼント
ポケモンを 遊んでくれて
ありがとう!
おくりものは ポケモンセンターにいる
配達員から 受け取ってね!

United Kingdom Quick Balls

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Twelve Quick Balls were available to players via a serial code. Players who purchased select copies of Pokémon X and Y at Tesco stores received a serial code. The serial codes could be used in PAL region Pokémon X and Y to obtain the Quick Balls from October 12, 2013 to January 15, 2014.

Distribution

In all languages, the distribution text and title are in English, but the Wonder Card uses the Playing Pokémon type text in the language of the receiving game.

A bunch of Quick Balls!
Here are 12 Quick Balls for you!
Use these Quick Balls at the
start of a wild Pokémon encounter
to increase your catch rate!

Wonder Card
A bunch of Quick Balls!
Thank you for playing Pokémon!
Please pick up your gift from the
delivery girl in any Pokémon Center.

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
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 VIIn-game trades (Hayley's trades)
Game-based: Gen IGen IIGen IIIGen IVGen VI
Other: Undistributed
Non-Pokémon event distributions
Gen IIIGen IVGen VGen VI
Global Link
Gen VGen VI

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