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World Championships Tournament

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The World Championships Tournaments are a set of tournaments downloadable for Black 2 and White 2. The set of tournaments feature the top four contestants from each the Junior, Senior, and Masters Divisions respectively from the 2012 World Championships that were held in Hawaii in August 2012.

The tournaments are conducted under Double Battle rules; therefore, the opponents will pick four of their six Pokémon to battle with. All Pokémon will be set to level 50. No duplicate Pokémon or held items are allowed, and no moves are banned. The Soul Dew is the only held item banned. The 2012: Junior Division Challenge began distribution on October 21, 2012. The 2012: Senior Division Challenge was distributed starting from November 5, 2012. The 2012: Masters Division Challenge has been distributed since November 19, 2012.

Participants

Participants
Junior Division
Youngster OD.png Youngster OD.png Youngster OD.png Youngster OD.png
Senior Division
School Kid m OD.png School Kid m OD.png School Kid m OD.png School Kid m OD.png
Masters Division
Ace Trainer m OD.png Ace Trainer m OD.png Ace Trainer m OD.png Ace Trainer m OD.png

2012: Junior Division Challenge

2012: Junior Division Challenge
ジュニアせかいおうじゃに いどめ! Challenge the Junior World Champion!
Battle Rules: Double Battle
Double Battle. Use four Pokémon.
Levels will be set to Lv. 50.
No duplicate Pokémon or held items.
Tournament:
Battle the Top 4 Finalists from the
2012 Pokémon World Championships!

The 2012: Junior Division Challenge (Japanese: ジュニアせかいおうじゃに いどめ! Challenge the Junior World Champion!) tournament feature the top four contestants from Junior Division from the World Championship Nationals that were held in Hawaii in August 2012. It is part of the series of tournaments based off of the tournament finalists. Its distribution began on October 21, 2012 for Japanese and international releases and January 3, 2013 for Korean release.

Due to an error in World Finalist Brendan's team, a fixed version of the tournament has been released on October 23, 2012. The original can be differentiated from the updated version by the colon on the title (originally being 2012 Junior Division Challenge).

Participants

World Champion Abram



World Runner-up Brian



World Finalist Brendan

Initial team

This party was available from October 21 to 23, 2012 for international releases and October 22, 2012 to October 24, 2012 for Japanese games.



Updated team

This party was used starting on October 23, 2012 for international releases and October 24, 2012 for Japanese games due to the inaccurate team information.[1]



World Finalist Kippei



Credits

  • Junior Division World Champion Abram Burrows as "World Champion Abram"
  • Junior Division Runner-up Brian Hough as "World Runner-up Brian"
  • Junior Division 3rd Place Finisher Brendan Zheng as "World Finalist Brendan"
  • Junior Division 4th Place Finisher Kippei Takaki as "World Finalist Kippei"

In other languages

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ジュニアせかいおうじゃに いどめ!
France Flag.png French Défi catégorie junior 2012
Germany Flag.png German Junioren-Herausforderung 2012
Italy Flag.png Italian Categoria Junior 2012
South Korea Flag.png Korean 마스터 세계강자에게 도전하자!
Spain Flag.png Spanish Reto Categoría Júnior 2012

2012: Senior Division Challenge

2012: Senior Division Challenge
シニアせかいおうじゃに いどめ! Challenge the Senior World Champion!
Battle Rules: Double Battle
Double Battle. Use four Pokémon.
Levels will be set to Lv. 50.
No duplicate Pokémon or held items.
Tournament:
Battle the Top 4 Finalists from the
2012 Pokémon World Championships!

The 2012: Senior Division Challenge (Japanese: シニアせかいおうじゃに いどめ! Challenge the Senior World Champion!) tournament feature the top four contestants from Senior Division from the World Championship Nationals that were held in Hawaii in August 2012. It is part of the series of tournaments based off of the tournament finalists. Its distribution began on November 5, 2012 for Japanese and international releases and began on February 28, 2013 for Korean releases.

Participants

World Champion Toler



World Runner-up Jaime



World Finalist Nitesh



World Finalist Henry



Credits

  • Senior Division World Champion Toler Webb as "World Champion Toler"
  • Senior Division Runner-up Jaime Martinez Alonso as "World Runner-up Jaime"
  • Senior Division 3rd Place Finisher Nitesh Manem as "World Finalist Nitesh"
  • Senior Division 4th Place Finisher Henry Maxon as "World Finalist Henry"

In other languages

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese シニアせかいおうじゃに いどめ!
France Flag.png French Défi catégorie senior 2012
Germany Flag.png German Senioren-Herausforderung 2012
Italy Flag.png Italian Categoria Senior 2012
South Korea Flag.png Korean 시니어 세계강자에게 도전하자!
Spain Flag.png Spanish Reto Categoría Sénior 2012

2012: Masters Division Challenge

2012: Masters Division Challenge
マスターせかいおうじゃに いどめ! Challenge the Master World Champion!
Battle Rules: Double Battle
Double Battle. Use four Pokémon.
Levels will be set to Lv. 50.
No duplicate Pokémon or held items.
Tournament:
Battle the Top 4 Finalists from the
2012 Pokémon World Championships!

The 2012: Masters Division Challenge (Japanese: マスターせかいおうじゃに いどめ! Challenge the Master World Champion!) tournament features the top four contestants from Master Division from the World Championship Nationals that were held in Hawaii in August 2012. It is part of the series of tournaments based off of the tournament finalists. Its distribution began on November 18, 2012 for Japanese and international releases and on April 4, 2013 for Korean releases.

Due to an error in World Finalist Abel's team, a fixed version of the tournament has been released under the name 2012 Master Division Challenge (without the colon) since on November 20, 2012 for international releases.[2]

Participants

World Champion Ray



World Runner-up Wolfe



World Finalist Abel

The only difference between the original and the updated version is that his Metagross knows the illegal move Ice Beam instead of the move Ice Punch.



World Finalist Joe



Credits

  • Masters Division World Champion Ray Rizzo as "World Champion Ray"
  • Masters Division Runner-up Wolfe Glick as "World Runner-up Wolfe"
  • Masters Division 3rd Place Finisher Abel Martin Sanz as "World Finalist Abel"
  • Masters Division 4th Place Finisher Joe Pulkowski as "World Finalist Joe"

In other languages

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese マスターせかいおうじゃに いどめ!
France Flag.png French Défi catégorie vétéran 2012
Germany Flag.png German Meisterklassen-Herausforderung 2012
Italy Flag.png Italian Categoria Master 2012
South Korea Flag.png Korean 주니어 세계강자에게 도전하자!
Spain Flag.png Spanish Reto Categoría Máster 2012

See also

References

  1. Pokémon.com announcement
  2. Pokémon.com announcement

External links


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