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Special Secret Bases

(WIP, needs confirmation on QR code sources, apparently there's QR code for Shōko Nakagawa's base, too)

ORAS Staff

In Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, as a promotion, the QR codes for Junichi Masuda, Shigeru Ohmori, and Shigeki Morimoto's Secret Bases were included in Japanese guides for the game. While Japanese in origin, the code works with all games of all regions. The Secret Base spawns inside the yellow roof house in Mossdeep City.




Pokémon Get☆TV

In a December episode of Pokémon Get☆TV, the QR code Shoko Nakagawa's Super Secret Base was shown.

Jump Festa 2014

The QR codes of several Japanese celebrities, including some voice actors from the Pokémon anime, were distributed during Shōnen Jump's annual Jump Festa.

Yūki Kaji

Yūki Kaji's team is based on Clemont, his biggest role in the anime.



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Inter-gen chart

Origin Destination
Generation I Generation II Generation III Generation IV Generation V Generation VI Generation VII
Generation I Time Capsule × Poké Transporter (VC)*
Generation II Time Capsule ×
Generation III × Dual-slot mode
Pal Park
Poké Transfer Poké Transporter Poké Transporter*
Generation IV × Poké Transfer
Generation V ×
Generation VI × Pokémon Bank*
Generation VII ×