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==Princess Day Festival==
 
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[[File:Jynx old skin color.png|thumb|left|The Festival's prize]]
 
[[File:Jynx old skin color.png|thumb|left|The Festival's prize]]
The Princess Day Festival is a competition consisting of Pokémon battles. Each {{pkmn|Trainer}} must use exactly four Pokémon to battle. The battles are split into two separate divisions, and the winner of each division proceeds to the finals. Each Trainer entering the festival is required to be Female. Every competitor wears a formal traditional Japanese outfit, with a {{wp|Kimono}} and usually a fan. Before the actual competition, the contestants all stand in a row on stage as people gather to watch. The only confirmed winner of the Festival is {{an|Misty}}. The prizes she won from the festival were a brand new set of Pokémon Dolls, and a chance to meet superstar [[Fiorello Cappucino]], who was also an announcer of the festival.
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The Princess Day Festival is a competition consisting of Pokémon battles. Each {{pkmn|Trainer}} must use exactly four Pokémon to battle. The battles are split into two separate divisions, and the winner of each division proceeds to the finals. Each Trainer entering the festival is required to be female. Every competitor wears a formal traditional Japanese outfit, with a {{wp|Kimono}} and usually a fan. Before the actual competition, the contestants all stand in a row on stage as people gather to watch. The only confirmed winner of the Festival is {{an|Misty}}. The prizes she won from the festival were a brand new set of Pokémon Dolls, and a chance to meet superstar [[Fiorello Cappucino]], who was also an announcer of the festival.
   
 
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Revision as of 00:29, 7 January 2013

The Festival

Princess Day is a holiday celebrated throughout the Pokémon world. It is based on Hinamatsuri, a Japanese doll festival. It is commemorated by various events, girls' only Pokémon tournaments, and other activities and sales, which are for girls only.

Like in the real world, it is traditional for girls to display a set of ornamental dolls representing the Emperor's Court.

Princess Day was shown in the anime episode Princess vs. Princess. Misty and Jessie reminisced about Princess Days of yesteryear, while competing for a prized Pokémon doll collection.

Princess Day Festival

File:Jynx old skin color.png
The Festival's prize

The Princess Day Festival is a competition consisting of Pokémon battles. Each Trainer must use exactly four Pokémon to battle. The battles are split into two separate divisions, and the winner of each division proceeds to the finals. Each Trainer entering the festival is required to be female. Every competitor wears a formal traditional Japanese outfit, with a Kimono and usually a fan. Before the actual competition, the contestants all stand in a row on stage as people gather to watch. The only confirmed winner of the Festival is Misty. The prizes she won from the festival were a brand new set of Pokémon Dolls, and a chance to meet superstar Fiorello Cappucino, who was also an announcer of the festival.


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