Pokémon Legends: Arceus

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Pokémon Legends: Arceus
Pokémon LEGENDS アルセウス
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Basic info
Platform: Nintendo Switch
Category: Action RPG
Players: 1
Connectivity: N/A
Developer: Game Freak
Publisher: Nintendo/The Pokémon Company
Part of: Generation VIII core series
Ratings
CERO: A
ESRB: E
ACB: PG
OFLC: N/A
PEGI: 7
GRAC: N/A
GSRR: 6+
Release dates
Japan: January 28, 2022
North America: January 28, 2022
Australia: January 28, 2022
Europe: January 28, 2022
South Korea: January 28, 2022
Hong Kong: January 28, 2022
Taiwan: January 28, 2022
Websites
Japanese: Pokémon.co.jp
English: Official site
Pokémon.com
Nintendo.com
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Pokémon Legends: Arceus Japanese boxart

Pokémon Legends: Arceus (Japanese: Pokémon LEGENDS アルセウス Pokémon LEGENDS Arceus) is the fifth and final Generation VIII core series game.

The game was announced worldwide on the 25th Anniversary of the release of Pokémon Red and Green on February 27, 2021 at 12 am JST through Pokémon Presents. It was released on the Nintendo Switch worldwide on January 28, 2022. All copies of the game are playable in nine languages: Japanese, English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Korean, and Simplified and Traditional Chinese.

Plot

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The player character is transported back in time to the Hisui region by Arceus, who bestows upon them a device called the Arc Phone and the task of "seeking out all Pokémon". Upon waking up, the player meets Professor Laventon, a Pokémon Professor working for the Galaxy Expedition Team, who tells the player that they fell out of the mysterious space-time rift in the sky above Mount Coronet. After helping Laventon catch his three runaway starter Pokémon, they are escorted to Jubilife Village, where they meet Akari/Rei, the professor's assistant and a member of the Galaxy Team Survey Corps. Since the player has no home, the Survey Corps Captain Cyllene accepts Professor Laventon's request to let them join the organization, offering them a place to stay and food in exchange for working for them if they pass a trial set up for them. To help them pass the trial, Laventon gives the player one of the starter Pokémon they caught earlier. After passing the trial of catching a Bidoof, a Starly, and a Shinx, the player is formally accepted into the Survey Corps and given the mission of completing the Pokédex.

While exploring Hisui, the player learns that mysterious lightning striking down from the same space-time rift they fell out of is causing the five noble Pokémon around the region to go on wild frenzies and attack people. The player is given the mission to visit and calm each of these noble Pokémon. Each noble Pokémon is overseen by a warden belonging to one of Hisui's two clans: the Diamond Clan led by Adaman, and the Pearl Clan led by Irida. These clans both worship a deity known as "almighty Sinnoh", but they disagree with each other about whether it rules over time or space. During their travels, the player also has several encounters with the merchant Volo from the Ginkgo Guild, who enjoys studying the history of Hisui, and the bandit trio known as the Miss Fortune sisters. They also obtain a Celestica Flute and befriend five Pokémon (each overseen by a warden like the nobles) who allow the player to ride them at will afterwards. Whenever the player defeats a noble Pokémon or befriends a rideable Pokémon, they are gifted with a Plate.

After the player has managed to quell the last of the five noble Pokémon, the space-time rift in the sky suddenly expands and the sky above Hisui turns red. Suspecting that the player, who fell out of the same rift, is somehow responsible for this, Galaxy Team Commander Kamado kicks them out of the Galaxy Team and banishes them from Jubilife Village. The player seeks help from the clans, but they both refuse to help in order to maintain neutrality with the Galaxy Team. Volo, however, agrees to help the player and takes them to a secret settlement, the Ancient Retreat, where the mysterious woman Cogita resides; from her, they learn that an artifact known as the Red Chain could help bind the world back together and make the rift disappear. To find the necessary materials to create the chain, the player gets assistance from either Adaman or Irida and visits each of Hisui's three lakes, receiving a necessary material from each of the lake guardians after passing their trials. Once all the materials have been gathered, the lake guardians combine them together to form the Red Chain. With the Red Chain in their possession, the player returns to Jubilife Village, only to learn that Kamado has led the Galaxy Team Security Corps to the Temple of Sinnoh atop Mount Coronet to deal with a Pokémon sighted at the space-time rift. After being reinstated in the Galaxy Team by Cyllene, the player climbs to the summit and defeats Kamado in battle, finally making him see reason and apologize for doubting them.

Depending on whether the player went to look for the Red Chain materials with Adaman or Irida, either Dialga or Palkia appears at the temple. However, when the player tries to use the Red Chain on it, the artifact is broken to pieces, forcing the player to confront the Legendary Pokémon. They manage to catch it, but the other Legendary Pokémon then appears as well, forcing them to retreat. Using a clue given by the Legendary Pokémon the player caught, Laventon crafts the Origin Ball, a one-of-a-kind Poké Ball created from the Red Chain's fragments and a sample of the Origin Ore, which they then decide to use to stop the Legendary Pokémon at Mount Coronet. The player returns to the Temple of Sinnoh, where the Legendary Pokémon transforms into its Origin Forme, destroying the temple in the process, before battling the player. The player defeats it and uses the Origin Ball to catch it, causing the space-time rift to disappear and returning the sky back to normal. With the appearance of both Dialga and Palkia, the Diamond and Pearl Clans realize that they were both worshipping real deities and resolve their conflict.

After a festival to celebrate the player's success, Volo asks them to investigate the Plates and collect the ones they don't own yet. The player travels around Hisui and collects the remaining Plates, the majority of which are awarded by Legendary Pokémon after they are caught. Once the player has collected 17 of the 18 Plates, Volo tells them of Giratina, a Legendary Pokémon as powerful as Dialga and Palkia, which was banished to another world due to its cruelty. He takes the player to the ruins of the Temple of Sinnoh, where he reveals that he was the one who caused the space-time rift to appear by seeking out Giratina, in the hopes that Dialga and Palkia's appearance would make Arceus appear and allow him to use its power to create a new, superior world, which would destroy the current world in the process. He challenges the player to a battle and loses, but Giratina then appears by his side and also battles the player, transforming into its Origin Forme midway through the battle. Once Giratina is defeated, Volo hands the player the final Plate, at which point the player's Celestica Flute transforms into the Azure Flute. Volo is surprised by Arceus having chosen the player instead of him and leaves in anger, swearing to one day conquer Arceus and create a new world, even if it will take him centuries to do so.

Once the player has caught at least one of every non-Mythical Pokémon species, they return to the Temple of Sinnoh and play the Azure Flute, granting them access to the Hall of Origin, where Arceus challenges them. Once the player has emerged victorious, Arceus willingly sends a fragment of itself to join them and grants them the Legend Plate, which allows it to change its type mid-battle.

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Blurb

Action meets RPG in a new kind of Pokémon adventure!

Research Pokémon for the Hisui region's first Pokédex.
Catch Pokémon using your battle skills—or stealth and wits!
Answer the call of Arceus, said to be the creator of this world!

Features

The game takes place in the Hisui region, a version of Sinnoh in the past. It features Rowlet, Cyndaquil, and Oshawott as starter Pokémon, and Rei and Akari as player characters. NPCs include the members of the Galaxy Expedition Team and the Diamond and Pearl Clans.

New Pokémon and forms

Overworld

  • The player receives a device called the Arc Phone early in the story, which distinctly resembles Arceus. Using it allows the player to see the map and teleport to certain locations (such as base camps), as well as view their tasks.
  • All wild Pokémon are visible in the overworld like a symbol encounter, although colliding with these Pokémon does not immediately cause a battle to begin. Different species of Pokémon respond to the player differently, with some having no reaction, some fleeing, and some becoming aggressive and directly attacking the player.
    • If the player sustains too many attacks from aggressive Pokémon, they will be rescued. They will gradually have their health restored when not being targeted by a Pokémon.
    • The player may catch a Pokémon from the overworld by throwing a Poké Ball at it without having to start a battle first. However, if an aggressive Pokémon is targeting the player, it cannot be caught without starting a battle or stunning it with a throwable item. Hitting a Pokémon from behind with a Poké Ball increases the likelihood of capturing it.
    • To battle a wild Pokémon, the player must throw one of their own Pokémon's Poké Balls at or near it. Hitting the wild Pokémon with the ball from behind will surprise it, causing it to not move on its first turn.
  • Particularly strong and large wild Pokémon with glowing red eyes, known as alpha Pokémon, can appear. These Pokémon are always aggressive and have their stats increased in battle. If one is caught, it will lose its stat boosts and its eyes will no longer glow, although they will still be red.
  • In the overworld, the player has access to new actions: they can crouch to be less visible to wild Pokémon (although this slows movement), roll in order to quickly move a short distance while avoiding attacks from aggressive Pokémon, or throw certain items with the aid of an aiming reticle (including Poké Balls as well as various Berries and other such items which can affect the behavior of wild Pokémon).
  • Due to the changes to wild Pokémon encounters, tall grass now serves a different purpose: the player is less visible to wild Pokémon while moving through it.
  • The Celestica Flute is a new Key Item that allows the player to summon Pokémon and ride on them, similar to the Ride Pager. There are five Pokémon that can be ridden on, each unlocked at a different point in the story: Wyrdeer (which can travel on land at high speed and jump), Ursaluna (which can find hidden items similarly to the Dowsing Machine), Basculegion (which can travel over water and jump up to two times before landing), Sneasler (which can climb walls), and Hisuian Braviary (which can travel through the air).
    • Basculegion is unique among the rideable Pokémon in that Poké Balls and other items can still be thrown while riding it; if this is done while it is jumping, the game will temporarily slow down to allow for increased precision.
  • Pokémon can be sent out of their Poké Balls outside of battle; while this can be done no matter what the situation, specific uses include using them to gather items from trees and mineral deposits, which gives the Pokémon used a small amount of experience (depending on the area) and increases their friendship.
    • Some trees and ore deposits shake; if the player attempts to harvest items from these, a wild Pokémon will appear instead and immediately begin a battle.
  • Real-time (that is, the time according to the Nintendo Switch's internal clock) no longer determines in-game time, and the game instead uses its own system by which time passes significantly faster. It is also possible to change the time immediately by resting.
    • Every minute corresponds to an hour in-game; thus, an in-game day is 24 minutes long.
    • In Jubilife Village, time does not pass unless the player rests.
    • Every two nights that pass change the moon phase. The full moon allows Ursaring to evolve into Ursaluna.
  • The conditions and mechanics of defeat have been changed:
    • The player may take damage in the overworld from attacks by wild Pokémon or by falling from large heights. This damage will gradually heal over time unless the player is being targeted by a wild Pokémon. Taking too much damage will cause the player to be rescued, upon which the player will lose several of the items in their satchel (but none of their money) and return to the last visited base camp.
      • If the player has achieved First Star rank and is connected to the internet, items that they drop upon being rescued may appear in other players' games as lost satchels. If a player collects a lost satchel, the items will be returned to their owner's item storage, and the player who collected the satchel will be rewarded with Merit Points that can then be used to purchase items at the trading post in Jubilife Village.
    • Defeat does not occur after all of the Pokémon in the player's party faint.
      • If the player's entire party is knocked out during a battle against a Trainer, their party is fully healed and they are given the opportunity to restart the battle with no penalty.
      • If the player's entire party is knocked out during a battle against a wild Pokémon, the battle ends, and there is no other direct consequence. However, since fainted Pokémon cannot be sent out, the player cannot send out their Pokémon (or, by extension, start another battle) if their entire party is knocked out, leaving the player largely defenseless against wild Pokémon until their Pokémon are healed.
  • Outside of Jubilife Village, Pokémon Centers have been replaced by base camps, which allow for purchasing items, accessing Pokémon stored in pastures, accessing the item storage, resting to heal or change the time, and crafting.
  • Noble Pokémon, Pokémon sacred to the people of Hisui that have become frenzied by strange lightning, act as boss battles, with five being fought throughout the story. To defeat a noble Pokémon, the player must throw special balms at it to gradually calm it down while avoiding its attacks. Under certain circumstances, the noble Pokémon will drop its guard and allow the player to engage it in a Pokémon battle; upon having its HP reduced to 0, the noble Pokémon will be temporarily stunned, making balms more effective and allowing the player to throw them without any risk of being attacked. After completing the story, the player can redo battles against nobles indefinitely, with their fastest defeat of each being tracked.
  • Completing a Pokédex entry now requires more than just catching a certain Pokémon once; research tasks can also be completed, which are tasks involving the Pokémon (such as catching multiple, defeating multiple, seeing it use certain moves, etc.). A Pokémon's research level will rise as more of its corresponding research tasks are completed, filling out more of its entry, up to a maximum of level 10 (a complete entry).
    • Obedience has been changed: it is now possible for any Pokémon to disobey even if they are not outsider Pokémon, and their obedience is based on the level they were obtained at rather than their current level. Completing research tasks and Pokédex entries rewards the player with points, and if they have obtained enough of these, they can increase in rank, which increases the maximum level a Pokémon can be obtained at without becoming disobedient.

Pokémon mechanics

  • Similarly to Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, EVs and IVs have been replaced by effort levels.
  • The mechanics of evolution have been changed. If a Pokémon achieves the requirement for an evolution (other than those that use Evolution items), it will not evolve immediately, but instead gain the ability to evolve, with the player being able to activate the evolution at any point afterwards (at which point it cannot be canceled with the B Button). Additionally, several methods of evolution have been slightly changed:
  • The process of learning moves has been altered. When a Pokémon that already knows four moves reaches a sufficient level for learning another move, it does not immediately attempt to learn the move, but instead "gets the idea" for the move. At any time outside of battle, the player can freely have a Pokémon forget its moves and learn moves that it has gotten the idea for, and any moves that it forgets in this process can later be relearned using the same method. This effectively means that the player has constant access to the services of the Move Reminder and Move Deleter of previous games without having to pay anything for them.
  • The player can now freely alter a Pokémon's nickname at any time outside of battle. As such, they are no longer prompted to nickname Pokémon after obtaining them, and the Name Rater has been removed.
  • Abilities, held items, breeding, and Eggs have been removed.

Item mechanics

  • The player's Bag is replaced by a satchel, which can only store a finite quantity of items. Similarly to the Bag in Generation I games, the satchel consists of "slots" for different items, though the number of these slots can be increased by paying Bagin, a member of the Galaxy Team, at the Galaxy Hall. Excess items can be placed in the item storage, which has significantly more space but is only accessible from certain areas.
  • Items can now be combined in order to create new items via crafting. The player can only craft an item if they own the recipe for that item. Crafting can be performed either at a workbench (where the player has access to all of their items) or in any location via the usage of the Crafting Kit (in which case the player only has access to items in their satchel).
  • Poké Balls have an "old-fashioned" appearance in this game, with a wooden bottom half, a buckle-shaped metal-colored implement instead of a button, and a valve on top that puffs out steam on a successful catch.

Battle mechanics

  • The player can now move during battles. In most battles against wild Pokémon, the battle will end automatically if the player moves too far away from it; in other battles, such as battles against Trainers, there are invisible barriers to prevent this, and in-battle movement consequently has no effect.
  • The game uses a revised system for battles:
    • A Pokémon can master its moves by leveling up. A mastered move can be used in one of two new styles in addition to the regular version: the strong style, which increases the move's power, accuracy, and/or other effects, but lowers action speed; or the agile style, which decreases the move's power and/or other effects but raises action speed. Using a move in either style consumes two PP instead of one unless the move has only one PP left.
    • Turns have been drastically altered with the introduction of the Action Order. In this new system, a turn consists solely of one side performing an action, rather than both sides performing an action in the same turn. Which side is able to act on each turn is decided by each Pokémon's action speed, which is affected by a variety of factors, primarily each Pokémon's Speed stat (with a possibility of one side acting for multiple consecutive turns). During the battle, it is possible to check which sides will be able to act for the next six turns.
      • Moves that previously had increased priority (such as Quick Attack) now increase the user's action speed, while moves that previously had decreased priority or required recharging (such as Hyper Beam) now decrease the user's action speed.
      • The player is only presented with a menu (and thus has an opportunity to run, switch Pokémon, or use an item) when it is their turn.
    • Status conditions have received multiple changes:
      • The freeze and sleep status conditions have been removed; they are replaced by the new status conditions frostbite and drowsy. Drowsy makes the Pokémon sometimes fail to move (similar to paralysis) and increases the damage it takes from direct attacks, while frostbite repeatedly damages the Pokémon (similar to burn and poison) and reduces its Special Attack.
      • Burn, poison, and frostbite cause damage after each action by the affected Pokémon, due to the alterations to turns.
      • Status conditions now automatically wear off after several turns. Furthermore, having a status condition no longer renders a Pokémon immune to other status conditions; instead, if a Pokémon is afflicted with a status condition, it will replace any condition it had previously. The Pokémon can be re-inflicted with the same status condition; in that case, the turn count for it will be reset.
      • Flinching is not present in this game. Instead, moves that cause flinching in other games will instead lower the target's action speed.
    • Stat changes have received multiple alterations:
      • Stat changes now simultaneously affect both physical and special stats, rather than only one of the two as most did previously.
      • Stat changes now wear off after several turns.
      • Increases or decreases to the same stat can no longer stack. Attempting to increase or decrease a stat that has already been altered in such a way has no effect besides resetting the number of turns before the change wears off.
      • Accuracy and evasion can no longer be affected by stat changes in the same way as other stats. Instead, a Pokémon can temporarily obscure itself, which makes attacks used against it more likely to miss.
    • The following mechanics from previous games are absent:

Connectivity

The game supports online connectivity and trading with other players, but does not include battles between players. The game received Pokémon HOME compatibility on May 18, 2022, as part of the version 2.0.0 update.

Only Pokémon in the Hisui Dex (excluding some regional forms) can be transfered to Pokémon Legends: Arceus.

When a compatible Pokémon from another game first enters this game, its moveset will change to its four most recent level-up moves.

Save data bonuses

Some content in the game is unlocked if the player has save data for previous core series Pokémon titles on the Nintendo Switch system being used:

Save data for Legends: Arceus also unlocks an opportunity to catch Arceus within Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, under the condition that every story mission in Legends: Arceus has been completed. After entering the Hall of Fame and obtaining the National Pokédex, the player can use the save data bonus to obtain the Azure Flute.

Reception

Gaming magazine Famitsu gave Pokémon Legends: Arceus a score of 38 out of 40.[1] IGN rated the game a "Good" 7.0/10,[2] pointing that "its otherwise exciting attempt at a genre-shift is set in a disappointingly empty, ugly, and at times tedious world." It holds a rating of 83% on Metacritic, based on 116 critic reviews.[3]

Sales

The game sold over 6.5 million units in its launch week.[4] In the fiscal year of its release, it sold 12.64 million copies worldwide.[5] As of September 30, 2022, Pokémon Legends: Arceus has sold 13.91 million copies worldwide.[6]

Staff

Main article: Staff of Pokémon Legends: Arceus

Version history

Version Release date Game file size Official note More information
1.0.0 Original release 6.0 GB N/A Initial release. This version is officially playable using a physical Game Card in a Switch whose internet connection remains off.
1.0.1 January 26, 2022 6.0 GB Fixed some problems for a better gaming experience.
1.0.2 February 8, 2022 6.0 GB
  • Fixed an issue where, while offline, the screen could freeze after trying to pick up a lost satchel by throwing out a ball that contains a Pokémon.
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes made it difficult to catch Cherrim.
  • Fixed an issue where a certain event would not occur during a particular Mission, preventing the scenario from proceeding as intended.
  • Fixed an issue where players could obtain certain Pokémon twice instead of once only as intended, prohibiting the player from obtaining other certain Pokémon. The relevant Pokémon will appear for players who were unable to catch those certain Pokémon due to this issue.
  • Fixed a bug that prevented the capture of Cherrim whilst it was in its sunshine form.
  • Fixed a bug where it was possible to catch the same lake guardian twice, which prevented the capture of the final lake guardian.
1.1.0 February 27, 2022 6.0 GB

Newly Added Requests

  • New requests you can enjoy after viewing the game’s end credits have been added.
  • Some of these requests will task you with surveying occurrences of the mysterious Massive Mass Outbreak phenomenon, in which simultaneous mass outbreaks of Pokémon occur throughout an area of the Hisui region. You can keep enjoying Massive Mass Outbreaks even after completing the related requests.
  • If you’re using a save data in which you’ve already viewed the game’s end credits, you can enjoy post-credits content immediately after updating the game.

The Newly Added Eternal Battle Reverie

  • After viewing the game’s end credits and completing all of the requests added in this update, you will be able to access the Eternal Battle Reverie. In the Eternal Battle Reverie, you’ll be able to meet Arceus in your dreams and attempt a test of strength. Hone your Pokémon battle skills and see how long of a win streak you can earn.

New Battles Added to the Training Grounds

  • After completing all the new requests regarding Massive Mass Outbreaks, you’ll be able to participate in the Path of Solitude or the Path of Tenacity at the Jubilife Village training grounds.
  • In the Path of Solitude, you must choose one Pokémon to use in a difficult battle tailored to that specific Pokémon. When you complete one of these battles, your Pokédex will be updated with a new mark. In the Path of Tenacity, you will be able to enjoy battling the wardens and other characters you met during your journey.
  • To participate in all Path of Tenacity battles, you will have to complete several newly added requests in addition to those pertaining to Massive Mass Outbreaks.

New Features Added to the Photography Studio

  • Once you complete the new requests mentioned above, people that you’ve met during your travels will come visit the photography studio, and you will be able to take photographs with them.

New High-Difficulty Balloon Race Added to Coronet Highlands

  • After completing all the requests added in this update, you can try your hand at a new balloon race challenge in the Coronet Highlands. Utilize the various Pokémon you can ride and aim to complete the challenge.

An Additional Special Berry Harvest at the Farm in Jubilife Village

  • You can now request a new special Berry harvest at the Jubilife Village fields and grow Berries that you previously could not.

Changes to the Function of the Ginkgo Guild

  • When you buy items from Ginter at the Ginkgo Guild cart in Jubilife Village, you will now have several options to choose from.

Other Update Details

  • We have fixed an issue that kept players from advancing the mission “The Plate of Moonview Arena” if they took a specific action within that mission.
  • We have fixed an issue in which under certain conditions, the weather could become stuck in one state.
  • A number of other issues have also been fixed in order to improve your gameplay experience.
Titled Daybreak (Japanese: ヒスイの夜明け Daybreak of Hisui), this update was announced during the Pokémon Day presentation on February 27.
  • Fixed a bug where the mastered move that alpha Pokémon start with by default were still possible to be purchased from the Move Shop, despite already knowing the move.
1.1.1 March 17, 2022 6.0 GB

Update Details

  • Fixed an issue where certain conditions would prevent players from obtaining the Shiny Charm even if they met the requirements. After updating the game, players who experienced this issue can obtain the Shiny Charm by speaking with Professor Laventon inside Galaxy Hall in Jubilife Village provided they meet the requirements.

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Trivia

In other languages

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese Pokémon LEGENDS アルセウス
Chinese Cantonese 寶可夢傳說 阿爾宙斯
Mandarin 寶可夢傳說 阿爾宙斯
宝可梦传说 阿尔宙斯
France Flag.png French Légendes Pokémon : Arceus
Germany Flag.png German Pokémon-Legenden: Arceus
Italy Flag.png Italian Leggende Pokémon: Arceus
South Korea Flag.png Korean Pokémon LEGENDS 아르세우스
Spain Flag.png Spanish Leyendas Pokémon: Arceus


References


Generation I: Red & GreenBlue (JP)Red & BlueYellow
Generation II: Gold & SilverCrystal
Generation III: Ruby & SapphireFireRed & LeafGreenEmerald
Generation IV: Diamond & PearlPlatinumHeartGold & SoulSilver
Generation V: Black & WhiteBlack 2 & White 2
Generation VI: X & YOmega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire
Generation VII: Sun & MoonUltra Sun & Ultra Moon
Let's Go, Pikachu! & Let's Go, Eevee!‎
Generation VIII: Sword & Shield (Expansion Pass)
Brilliant Diamond & Shining PearlLegends: Arceus
Generation IX: Scarlet & Violet
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