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Pikachu (Level 1 Certification Meeting)

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Pikachu
ピカチュウ Pikachu
Tretta Legend class.png
Pikachu P Level1CertificationMeeting.png
Front art
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Back art
Name Pikachu
Type Tretta Electric type.png Electric
Energy  ??
Tretta color Purple
Icon Tretta Combo green icon.png Combo
Class
  Tretta Forest location.png  
Primary Search Mode location Forest
   
Pokémon Tretta P

Pikachu (Japanese: ピカチュウ Pikachu) is a Trophy Tretta. It is one of the Promotional Tretta.

Tretta data

Moves
No Move
Tretta None type.png
No Move
Tretta None type.png
No Move
Tretta None type.png
Stats
HP
??
Attack
??
Defense
??
Speed
??
Pokémon description
It looses electricity stored in the electrical pouches on its cheeks to shock weakened fellows and recharge them.
ほっぺたの でんきぶくろから でんきをながし よわったなかまに ショックをあたえて げんきにする。
Additional abilities
Tretta Combo green icon.png
Combo
This Pokémon can perform a combo with the following Tretta:
643
638
639
640
466
467
644
644
134
135
136
196
197
470
471
638
639
640
466
467
134
135
136
196
197
470
471
638
639
617
Tretta Combo green icon.png
Combo
This Pokémon can perform a combo with the following Tretta:
678
678F
466
467
001
004
007
677
678
678F
466
467
001
004
007
650
653
656
Tretta Combo blue icon.png
Combo
This Pokémon can perform a combo with the following Tretta:
628
589
617
630
628
630
617
589
Tretta Form Change blue icon.png
Form Change
479
This Pokémon will change into its at the start of Round 3 in Battle Mode.
Tretta Search yellow icon.png
Search
In Search Mode, the silhouette of one Pokémon in a location that does not already have one will be revealed, or the full image of one Pokémon in a location that already has a silhouette will be revealed.
Tretta Absorption Coalescence icon.png
Absorption Coalescence
This Pokémon can fuse with the following Tretta to create a new Pokémon at the start of Round 3 in Battle Mode:
643
646W
White Kyurem
Tretta Ice type.png Ice Burn
644
646B
Black Kyurem
Tretta Ice type.png Freeze Shock
643
646W
White Kyurem
Tretta Ice type.png Blizzard
644
646B
Black Kyurem
Tretta Ice type.png Blizzard
Tretta Absorption Coalescence icon.png
Absorption Coalescence
This Pokémon can fuse with the following Tretta to create a new Pokémon at the start of Round 3 in Battle Mode:
643
646W
White Kyurem
Tretta Ice type.png Blizzard
644
646B
Black Kyurem
Tretta Ice type.png Blizzard
643
646W
White Kyurem
Tretta Ice type.png Blizzard
644
646B
Black Kyurem
Tretta Ice type.png Blizzard
Tretta Absorption Coalescence icon.png
Absorption Coalescence
This Pokémon can fuse with the following Tretta to create a new Pokémon at the start of Round 3 in Battle Mode:
646
646W
White Kyurem
Tretta Ice type.png Ice Burn
646
646W
White Kyurem
Tretta Ice type.png Blizzard
Tretta Absorption Coalescence icon.png
Absorption Coalescence
This Pokémon can fuse with the following Tretta to create a new Pokémon at the start of Round 3 in Battle Mode:
646
646W
White Kyurem
Tretta Ice type.png Blizzard
646
646W
White Kyurem
Tretta Ice type.png Blizzard
Tretta Absorption Coalescence icon.png
Absorption Coalescence
This Pokémon can fuse with the following Tretta to create a new Pokémon at the start of Round 3 in Battle Mode:
646
646B
Black Kyurem
Tretta Ice type.png Freeze Shock
646
646B
Black Kyurem
Tretta Ice type.png Blizzard
Tretta Absorption Coalescence icon.png
Absorption Coalescence
This Pokémon can fuse with the following Tretta to create a new Pokémon at the start of Round 3 in Battle Mode:
646
646B
Black Kyurem
Tretta Ice type.png Blizzard
646
646B
Black Kyurem
Tretta Ice type.png Blizzard
Tretta Secret Ticket icon.png
Secret Ticket
202
As long as the player has a Tretta Report, this Tretta will
activate the Secret Ticket when used in Battle Mode. This Secret Ticket will summon Wobbuffet, and will allow the player to deal extra damage if they attack second in the current Round.
Tretta Mega Evolution icon.png
150
This Pokémon can Mega Evolve into Mega Mewtwo X
via use of the Pokémon Mega Ring or in-game Key Stone.

Release information

This Tretta was awarded as a prize to participants of the Level 1 Certification Meeting first held over the course of the Kids Games Festival in Summer, which ran from July 28 to September 9, 2012 in various locations across Japan. Those who presented a Tretta Report to attendants with proof they had at least one specific Pokémon from the latest expansion were awarded the Tretta. The specified Pokémon has varied depending on the most recent Tretta expansion at the time of the event:

Level 1 Certification Meeting events have subsequently been held many times, usually with higher level challenges upon their introduction. Details of further Level 1 Certification Meeting venues are as follows:

  • Pokémon Center Summer Festival in LakeTown, which took place at the kaze complex of the Aeon LakeTown shopping center, Saitama between August 11 and August 17, 2012.
  • Kids Games Festival in Hikarigaoka IMA, Tokyo on September 16, 2012.
  • Kids Games Festival in Autumn, which ran from October 6 to November 24, 2012 in various locations across Japan.
  • Free Trial Meeting at Shōwa Multipurpose Gymnasium, Gunma on October 6, 2012.
  • Port Messe Nagoya, Nagoya on November 17, 2012.
  • Saitama Super Arena, part of the Saitama New Urban Center, Saitama on January 6, 2013.
  • 37th Next Generation World Hobby Fair venues, which took place at the Nagoya Dome, Nagoya on January 20, 2013; at Makuhari Messe, Chiba between January 26 and 27, 2013; at the Fukuoka Yahoo! Japan Dome, Fukuoka on February 3, 2013; and at the Kyocera Dome Osaka, Osaka on February 10, 2013.
  • Kids Games Festival in Spring, which was held at Yomiuri Land, Tokyo and Den Park, Anjō on April 7, 2013. Several other venues across Japan were later added, taking place between April 27 and May 26, 2013.
  • TBS Housing Venue, Sōka on March 17, 2013.
  • Pokémon Exciting Carnival venues, which took place at AEON Mall Musashimurayama, Tokyo on May 11, 2013; at AEON Mall Takaoka, Toyama on June 2, 2013; at AEON Mall Takasaki, Gunma on June 9, 2013; at AEON Mall Niihama, Ehime on July 7, 2013; at AEON Mall Chiba New Town, Chiba and Mozo Wonder City, Nagoya on July 13, 2013.
  • Pokémon Center 15th Anniversary events, taking place at Pokémon Center Nagoya and Pokémon Center Sapporo on May 26, 2013; at Pokémon Center Tohoku on June 1, 2013; at Pokémon Center Fukuoka on June 2, 2013; at Pokémon Center Yokohama on June 8, 2013; at Pokémon Center Tokyo on June 9, 2013; and at Pokémon Center Osaka on June 15, 2013.
  • 2013 International Tokyo Toy Show on June 15 and 16, 2013.
  • Coro Tour 2013 venues, which took place at several locations across Japan between July 21 and August 25, 2013.
  • Aeon Mall Nagota Takara Tomy Land between August 10 and August 15, 2013.
  • Kids Games Festival in Summer venues, which were held at Molly Fantasy Naebo, Sapporo and You Me Town Takamatsu, Kagawa on August 31, 2013, followed by Aeon Mall Tomakomai, Hokkaido and Aeon Mall Yahatahigashi, Fukuoka on September 1, 2013.
  • Housing Garden Chiba, Chiba on September 8, 2013.
  • Pokémon Center Pokémon Tretta events taking place at Pokémon Center Fukuoka and Pokémon Center Sapporo on November 9, 2013; at Pokémon Center Yokohama on November 16, 2013; at Pokémon Center Tohoku and Pokémon Center Tokyo on November 17, 2013; at Pokémon Center Osaka on November 23, 2013; and at Pokémon Center Nagoya on November 24, 2013.
  • Smile Park Kashiwanoha, Chiba on November 10, 2013.
  • Pokémon Card Game Battle Festa venues, which were held at Intex Osaka, Osaka on December 15, 2013, followed by the Tokyo International Exhibition Center, Tokyo on December 23, 2013.
  • Pokémon Center Pokémon Tretta events taking place at Pokémon Center Sapporo, Pokémon Center Nagoya, and Pokémon Center Osaka on January 25 and 26, 2014; at Pokémon Center Tokyo, Pokémon Center Tokyo Bay, and Pokémon Center Yokohama on February 1 and 2, 2014; and at Pokémon Center Fukuoka and Pokémon Center Tohoku on February 8 and 9, 2014.

Trivia

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