Set 2 (Mezastar)

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The second Pokémon Mezastar set was released on November 26, 2020 and consists of 70 tags.


Much like the second Pokémon Ga-Olé set, the principal Pokémon for the launch of the second set were the Genetic Pokémon Mewtwo and the New Species Pokémon Mew, each of which appear as Grade 6 Superstar Pokémon. Other powerful Superstar Pokémon debuting in this set include Zygarde, which transforms into its Complete Forme when brought into battle; Mythical Pokémon Darkrai and Keldeo, the latter in its Resolute form; Mimikyu, Hydreigon, and Lucario, each of which can use Z-Moves; and Gardevoir and Scizor, both of which can Mega Evolve. The set also features numerous lines from multiple Generations, including the Sinnoh starter Pokémon, the Generation II Eeveelutions, and Galarian cross-generational evolutions.

The second set introduces Trainer and Battle (Japanese: トレーナーとバトル) to Pokémon Mezastar, which can activate randomly when a player selects to play Get in Battle! mode. The player can decline and proceed with normal gameplay, or they can accept and face the Trainer challenging them. Doing so will shift the game to a stadium, where the player will engage in a 4-Pokémon battle over five turns. Five Trainers are available to challenge in this set, each with a difficulty rating based on the Grade of Pokémon in their team. If the player does not have a Memory tag, they can only face the first three Trainers. If they do, they can unlock the fourth Trainer by defeating the first three and unlock the final Trainer by defeating the fourth one. The order in which players can face the first three Trainers is random. A battle can only be won by defeating all the opponent's Pokémon in the allotted number of turns. Players with Memory tags will also earn a trophy for each Trainer they defeat. Bonus!! Get Time! follows the conclusion of the battle, regardless of the outcome.

As part of a tie-in with the Japanese theatrical screening of Secrets of the Jungle, a regular Zarude could randomly add itself to the player's Support Pokémon roster while playing Get in Battle! mode. If selected on the Support Roulette, Zarude would attack with Power Whip. Players with Memory tags could also obtain a campaign code for each tag dispensed between November 26, 2020 and January 31, 2021 for use in the Mythical Pokémon Get Challenge campaign. Players accessing the Mezastar Club between November 26, 2020 and April 30, 2021 could redeem a serial code worth one point for each campaign code entered. These serial codes could in turn be entered on the Mythical Pokémon Get Challenge website to receive special Pokémon and item bundle serial codes for use with Pokémon Sword and Shield.

Three new Partner Pokémon were available to players with Memory tags from this set: Machop, Ralts, and Galarian Zigzagoon. New players could select one of these Pokémon to use right away, whereas players with a Memory tag save from the previous set were required to hatch their selection from an Egg. Players still in the process of accumulating stars for a Partner Pokémon from the first set could not select one of the new Pokémon until that Partner Pokémon reached its last stage of evolution.

Players using the Mezastar Club during this set's tenure could receive a digital Support Pokémon Ticket for a Shiny Celebi. Several physical tickets were also available in Shogakukan publications in December, which could be used to add different Support Pokémon to the player's starting roster.

Partner Pokémon

Mezastar Fighting type.png
Mezastar Fighting type.png Revenge
Mezastar Fighting type.png
Mezastar Fighting type.png Low Sweep
Mezastar Fighting type.png
Mezastar Fighting type.png Cross Chop
Mezastar Psychic type.pngMezastar Fairy type.png
Mezastar Psychic type.png Confusion
Mezastar Psychic type.pngMezastar Fairy type.png
Mezastar Psychic type.png Hidden Power
Mezastar Psychic type.pngMezastar Fairy type.png
Mezastar Psychic type.png Psychic
Mezastar Dark type.pngMezastar Normal type.png
Galarian Zigzagoon
Mezastar Dark type.png Payback
Mezastar Dark type.pngMezastar Normal type.png
Galarian Linoone
Mezastar Dark type.png Snarl
Mezastar Dark type.pngMezastar Normal type.png
Mezastar Dark type.png Throat Chop

Support Pokémon Tickets

Available through the Mezastar Club from November 26, 2020
Mezastar Club logo.png
Valid until April 21, 2021
Mezastar Grass type.pngMezastar Psychic type.png
Mezastar Grass type.png Leaf Storm
Available in the January 2021 issue of CoroCoro Comic, released on December 15, 2020
Valid until April 21, 2021
Mezastar Water type.pngMezastar Ice type.png
Mezastar Ice type.png Ice Beam
Available in the February 2021 issue of CoroCoro Ichiban!, released on December 21, 2020
CoroCoro Ichiban 2020 logo.png
Valid until April 21, 2021
Mezastar Steel type.pngMezastar Dragon type.png
Mezastar Steel type.png Flash Cannon
Available in issue 71 of Pokémon Fan, released on December 25, 2020
Pokémon Fan logo.png
Valid until April 21, 2021
Mezastar Fighting type.png
Mezastar Fighting type.png Meteor Assault

Trainer and Battle opponents

Fledgling Trainer Hotaka
かけだしトレーナー ホタカ
Mezastar Trainer Fledgling Trainer.png
Difficulty: ★☆☆☆☆
Mezastar Grass type.png
Mezastar Grass type.png Absorb
Mezastar Electric type.png
Mezastar Electric type.png Spark
Mezastar Bug type.pngMezastar Electric type.png
Mezastar Bug type.png X-Scissor
Mezastar Water type.pngMezastar Psychic type.png
Mezastar Water type.png Water Gun
Youth Athlete Lily
スポーツしょうじょ リリ
Mezastar Trainer Youth Athlete.png
Difficulty: ★☆☆☆☆
Mezastar Water type.png
Mezastar Water type.png Bubble Beam
Mezastar Grass type.png
Mezastar Grass type.png Mega Drain
Mezastar Fire type.pngMezastar Fighting type.png
Mezastar Fighting type.png Mach Punch
Mezastar Fighting type.png
Mezastar Fighting type.png Brick Break
Psychic Boy Saika
サイキックボーイ サイカ
Mezastar Trainer Psychic Boy.png
Difficulty: ★★☆☆☆
Mezastar Dark type.pngMezastar Normal type.png
Mezastar Dark type.png Assurance
Mezastar Psychic type.png
Mezastar Psychic type.png Psychic
Mezastar Water type.pngMezastar Steel type.png
Mezastar Steel type.png Steel Wing
Mezastar Psychic type.png
Mezastar Psychic type.png Psychic
Intelligent Lady Tsugumi
インテリおねえさん ツグミ
Mezastar Trainer Intelligent Lady.png
Difficulty: ★★★☆☆
Mezastar Ghost type.pngMezastar Flying type.png
Mezastar Ghost type.png Hex
Mezastar Psychic type.pngMezastar Fairy type.png
Galarian Rapidash
Mezastar Psychic type.png Psycho Cut
Mezastar Rock type.pngMezastar Dark type.png
Mezastar Dark type.png Crunch
Mezastar Dark type.png
Mezastar Dark type.png Dark Pulse
Star Trainer Takeru
スタートレーナー タケル
Mezastar Trainer Star Trainer Takeru.png
Difficulty: ★★★★☆
Mezastar Dark type.png
Mezastar Dark type.png Dark Pulse
Mezastar Bug type.pngMezastar Steel type.png
Mezastar Bug type.png X-Scissor
Mezastar Water type.pngMezastar Psychic type.png
Mezastar Water type.png Water Pulse
Mezastar Psychic type.pngMezastar Fairy type.png
Mezastar Psychic type.png Psychic

Set list

Tag No. Name Type Grade
2-001 Mewtwo Psychic Grade 6
2-002 Mew Psychic Grade 6
2-003 Zygarde DragonGround Grade 6
2-004 Darkrai Dark Grade 6
2-005 Keldeo WaterFighting Grade 6
2-006 Mimikyu GhostFairy Grade 6
2-007 Hydreigon DarkDragon Grade 6
2-008 Lucario FightingSteel Grade 6
2-009 Gardevoir PsychicFairy Grade 6
2-010 Scizor BugSteel Grade 6
2-011 Torterra GrassGround Grade 5
2-012 Infernape FireFighting Grade 5
2-013 Empoleon WaterSteel Grade 5
2-014 Drednaw WaterRock Grade 5
2-015 Obstagoon DarkNormal Grade 5
2-016 Runerigus GroundGhost Grade 5
2-017 Galarian Rapidash PsychicFairy Grade 5
2-018 Gengar GhostPoison Grade 5
2-019 Slowbro WaterPsychic Grade 5
2-020 Tyranitar RockDark Grade 5
2-021 Pikachu ElectricSteel Grade 5
2-022 Golisopod BugWater Grade 5
2-023 Espeon Psychic Grade 5
2-024 Umbreon Dark Grade 5
2-025 Keldeo WaterFighting Grade 5
2-026 Turtwig Grass Grade 2
2-027 Grotle Grass Grade 3
2-028 Torterra GrassGround Grade 4
2-029 Chimchar Fire Grade 2
2-030 Monferno FireFighting Grade 3
2-031 Infernape FireFighting Grade 4
2-032 Piplup Water Grade 2
2-033 Prinplup Water Grade 3
2-034 Empoleon WaterSteel Grade 4
2-035 Galarian Zigzagoon DarkNormal Grade 2
2-036 Galarian Linoone DarkNormal Grade 3
2-037 Obstagoon DarkNormal Grade 4
2-038 Falinks Fighting Grade 3
2-039 Galarian Farfetch'd Fighting Grade 2
2-040 Sirfetch'd Fighting Grade 4
2-041 Galarian Ponyta Psychic Grade 3
2-042 Galarian Rapidash PsychicFairy Grade 4
2-043 Chewtle Water Grade 2
2-044 Drednaw WaterRock Grade 4
2-045 Grubbin Bug Grade 2
2-046 Charjabug BugElectric Grade 3
2-047 Vikavolt BugElectric Grade 4
2-048 Machop Fighting Grade 2
2-049 Machoke Fighting Grade 3
2-050 Machamp Fighting Grade 4
2-051 Abra Psychic Grade 2
2-052 Kadabra Psychic Grade 3
2-053 Alakazam Psychic Grade 4
2-054 Pancham Fighting Grade 2
2-055 Pangoro FightingDark Grade 4
2-056 Sneasel DarkIce Grade 3
2-057 Weavile DarkIce Grade 4
2-058 Drifloon GhostFlying Grade 3
2-059 Drifblim GhostFlying Grade 4
2-060 Bronzor SteelPsychic Grade 2
2-061 Bronzong SteelPsychic Grade 3
2-062 Golett GroundGhost Grade 2
2-063 Golurk GroundGhost Grade 3
2-064 Wimpod BugWater Grade 2
2-065 Golisopod BugWater Grade 4
2-066 Pikachu Electric Grade 4
2-067 Espeon Psychic Grade 4
2-068 Umbreon Dark Grade 4
2-069 Mr. Mime PsychicFairy Grade 3
2-070 Dunsparce Normal Grade 2

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