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The '''Pokémon 2000 Stadium Tour''' was a series of events that were held across {{pmin|the United States}} in 2000 promoting the release of {{eng|Pokémon Stadium}} for the [[Nintendo 64]] game console. At the event, attendees could see a preview of Pokémon Stadium and receive [[List of European language event Pokémon distributions in Generation I#Pokémon 2000 Stadium Tour Mew|a Mew]] for the [[Generation I]] [[Game Boy]] games. Using the new [[Transfer Pak]], competitors were able to watch their best Pokémon, from their favorite Game Boy game, battle in full 3D on the Nintendo 64. The Stadium Tour hosted Pokémon Battles in three skill groups: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. Trainers were allowed to use either {{game3|Red and Blue|Pokémon Red, Blue|s}}, or {{v2|Yellow}} for the tournament. If the attendees and their Pokémon performed well, they had the opportunity to earn Official Pokémon Trainer Badges. Pokémon Masters from Nintendo were on-hand to challenge the very best Pokémon Trainers to a Pokémon Master Trainer Challenge on mammoth big screen televisions. The winner of the east coast tournament at the Montgomery Mall in Maryland was Alex Ed Prins-Stairs.
 
The '''Pokémon 2000 Stadium Tour''' was a series of events that were held across {{pmin|the United States}} in 2000 promoting the release of {{eng|Pokémon Stadium}} for the [[Nintendo 64]] game console. At the event, attendees could see a preview of Pokémon Stadium and receive [[List of European language event Pokémon distributions in Generation I#Pokémon 2000 Stadium Tour Mew|a Mew]] for the [[Generation I]] [[Game Boy]] games. Using the new [[Transfer Pak]], competitors were able to watch their best Pokémon, from their favorite Game Boy game, battle in full 3D on the Nintendo 64. The Stadium Tour hosted Pokémon Battles in three skill groups: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. Trainers were allowed to use either {{game3|Red and Blue|Pokémon Red, Blue|s}}, or {{v2|Yellow}} for the tournament. If the attendees and their Pokémon performed well, they had the opportunity to earn Official Pokémon Trainer Badges. Pokémon Masters from Nintendo were on-hand to challenge the very best Pokémon Trainers to a Pokémon Master Trainer Challenge on mammoth big screen televisions. The winner of the east coast tournament at the Montgomery Mall in Maryland was Alex Ed Prins-Stairs.
   
== The Final Battle ==
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==The Final Battle==
   
[[File:Alex Ed Prins-Stairs Trophy.jpg|thumb|right|125px|A picture of the trophy won by the east coast Pokémon 2000 Stadium Tour champion.]]
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[[File:Alex Ed Prins-Stairs Trophy.jpg|thumb|right|125px|A picture of the trophy won by the East Coast Pokémon 2000 Stadium Tour champion.]]
 
The final Pokémon battle for the trophy was fought three on three, with Alex Ed Prins-Stairs vs a "Pokémon Master" Staff member. The battle could be seen live and in 3D for the first time on a big screen television using {{eng|Pokémon Stadium}} which hadn't been released yet. Ed's team was {{p|Mewtwo}}, {{p|Mew}} and {{P|Starmie}} while the staff members' team was {{P|Mewtwo}}, {{P|Mew}} and {{P|Articuno}}. After a long battle where both {{p|Mewtwo}} were the remaining Pokémon on the field and {{m|Recover}}, {{m|Rest}} and {{m|Thunder Wave}} were the only available moves on either side, rather than take up time with non-damaging moves, the staff member forfeited and declared Alex Ed Prins-Stairs the winner. The trophy was mailed to the winner along with a [[Poké Ball]] filled with candy and a {{P|Mewtwo}} plushie.
 
The final Pokémon battle for the trophy was fought three on three, with Alex Ed Prins-Stairs vs a "Pokémon Master" Staff member. The battle could be seen live and in 3D for the first time on a big screen television using {{eng|Pokémon Stadium}} which hadn't been released yet. Ed's team was {{p|Mewtwo}}, {{p|Mew}} and {{P|Starmie}} while the staff members' team was {{P|Mewtwo}}, {{P|Mew}} and {{P|Articuno}}. After a long battle where both {{p|Mewtwo}} were the remaining Pokémon on the field and {{m|Recover}}, {{m|Rest}} and {{m|Thunder Wave}} were the only available moves on either side, rather than take up time with non-damaging moves, the staff member forfeited and declared Alex Ed Prins-Stairs the winner. The trophy was mailed to the winner along with a [[Poké Ball]] filled with candy and a {{P|Mewtwo}} plushie.
   
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File:Flier.jpg|Every Trainer who participated in the one-time-only tournament received a special Pokémon gift.
 
File:Flier.jpg|Every Trainer who participated in the one-time-only tournament received a special Pokémon gift.
 
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==Event Pokémon==
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===Pokémon 2000 Stadium Tour Mew===
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All people who attended the Pokémon 2000 Stadium Tour could receive a {{p|Mew}} by downloading one from a distribution machine. These came with a certificate of authenticity, which included the Pokémon's ID number.
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{{G1event|
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pokemon=Mew|
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nick=MEW|
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level=5|
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game=1y|
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ndex=151|
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typea=Psychic|
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ot={{tt|LUIGE|East coast tour}}<br>{{tt|LUIGW|West coast tour}}<br>{{tt|LINKE|East coast tour}}<br> {{tt|LINKW|West coast tour}}|
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id={{tt|Random|Each Mew had a unique ID number (ranging anywhere from 00000 to 65535), which came written on a certificate of authenticity provided with the Mew.}}|
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<!--All event Mew have an IVs of 10/1/12/5-->
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item=Bitter Berry|
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type1=Normal|move1=Pound|
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disdate=2|
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datedis=February 5 to April 9, 2000|
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country=the United States|
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red=yes|
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blue=yes|
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yellow=yes}}
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
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*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fRL8hXJ0D4 Television commercial]
 
*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fRL8hXJ0D4 Television commercial]
   
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{{Event Pokémon}}
 
[[Category:Events]]
 
[[Category:Events]]

Revision as of 21:48, 21 March 2013

File:Stadiumtourlogo.gif
The 2000 Stadium Tour logo

The Pokémon 2000 Stadium Tour was a series of events that were held across the United States in 2000 promoting the release of Pokémon Stadium for the Nintendo 64 game console. At the event, attendees could see a preview of Pokémon Stadium and receive a Mew for the Generation I Game Boy games. Using the new Transfer Pak, competitors were able to watch their best Pokémon, from their favorite Game Boy game, battle in full 3D on the Nintendo 64. The Stadium Tour hosted Pokémon Battles in three skill groups: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. Trainers were allowed to use either Pokémon Red, Blue, or Yellow for the tournament. If the attendees and their Pokémon performed well, they had the opportunity to earn Official Pokémon Trainer Badges. Pokémon Masters from Nintendo were on-hand to challenge the very best Pokémon Trainers to a Pokémon Master Trainer Challenge on mammoth big screen televisions. The winner of the east coast tournament at the Montgomery Mall in Maryland was Alex Ed Prins-Stairs.

The Final Battle

A picture of the trophy won by the East Coast Pokémon 2000 Stadium Tour champion.

The final Pokémon battle for the trophy was fought three on three, with Alex Ed Prins-Stairs vs a "Pokémon Master" Staff member. The battle could be seen live and in 3D for the first time on a big screen television using Pokémon Stadium which hadn't been released yet. Ed's team was Mewtwo, Mew and Starmie while the staff members' team was Mewtwo, Mew and Articuno. After a long battle where both Mewtwo were the remaining Pokémon on the field and Recover, Rest and Thunder Wave were the only available moves on either side, rather than take up time with non-damaging moves, the staff member forfeited and declared Alex Ed Prins-Stairs the winner. The trophy was mailed to the winner along with a Poké Ball filled with candy and a Mewtwo plushie.

East Coast Tour dates (2000)

Date City
February 5-6 Baltimore, Maryland
February 12-13 Tampa, Florida
February 19-20 Miami, Florida
February 26-27 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
March 4-5 New York/New Jersey
March 11-12 Boston, Massachusetts
March 18-19 Cincinnati, Ohio
March 25-26 Detroit, Michigan
April 1-2 Chicago, Illinois
April 8-9 St. Louis, Missouri

West Coast Tour dates (2000)

Date City
February 5-6 New Orleans, Louisiana
February 12-13 Houston, Texas
February 19-20 Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas
February 26-27 Los Angeles (North), California
March 4-5 Los Angeles (South), California
March 11-12 Phoenix, Arizona
March 18-19 Sacramento, California
March 25-26 Portland, Oregon
April 1-2 Minneapolis, Minnesota
April 8-9 Kansas City, Kansas

Gallery

Event Pokémon

Pokémon 2000 Stadium Tour Mew

All people who attended the Pokémon 2000 Stadium Tour could receive a Mew by downloading one from a distribution machine. These came with a certificate of authenticity, which included the Pokémon's ID number.

Pokémon Info Battle Moves
MEW Normal Pound
Lv. 5 Dex No. -- --
Spr 1y 151.png 151 -- --
Type -- --
Psychic Unknown This Pokémon was available in the United States
from February 5 to April 9, 2000.
Item OT LUIGE
LUIGW
LINKE
LINKW
Bitter Berry* ID No. Random
Can be obtained with: R G B Y
R B
Obtained from: JStad Stad Stad2 Distribution
Please go here to know this Pokémon's in-game effect.

External links


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: 3DS: 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)
LocalQR Codes
Switch: Serial code
Generation VIII: InternetSerial code
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 VI
Gen VII (3DSSwitch) • Gen VIIIIn-game trades (Hayley's trades)
Game-based: Gen IGen IIGen IIIGen IVGen VIGen VIIGen VIII
Other: Undistributed
Non-Pokémon event distributions
Gen IIIGen IVGen VGen VIGen VII (Game-based) • Gen VIII
Global Link
Other lists
Wonder Cards (Gen VGen VIGen VII) • Serial code prefixes