Special Stages

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Special Stages (Japanese: イベントステージ Event Stages) are stages in Pokémon Shuffle that are made available periodically for a limited time, usually giving access to Pokémon that cannot otherwise be found in the Main Stages or Expert Stages. There are many different kinds of Special Stages, some of which have formats that are significantly different from standard stages.

Special Stages are downloaded when the player uses the Check in function, which appears after clearing the first 11 stages of the game, and chooses to update to the latest version. Each stage can only be played during its limited event period, after which it will disappear from the Special Stage screen. Each period begins at 6:00 UTC on the first day of the event and ends at 6:00 UTC on the last day (excluding Competitive Stages, which end at 5:00 UTC). All Special Stages use "SP" as their stage number. Most have a first clear payout of 200 Coins. Additionally, some stages will grant the player prizes if certain conditions are met.

Pokémon Shuffle Mobile was released on August 25, 2015. Early in its life-cycle, it ran events on a different schedule from Pokémon Shuffle. Unless explicitly noted, events released after this date can be assumed to be run on both platforms. Events preceding this date were only available on the 3DS version.

Commemorative Event

Commemorative Event (Japanese: 記念イベント Commemorative Event) is a type of Special Stage that covers events that celebrate various events and milestones.

"Diancie Is Set to Dazzle!" was the first event to be released under this listing, celebrating 5 million downloads of the 3DS version. A bonus reward of 1 Jewel was given upon the first successful completion of the stage.

the "Mew Manifests!" event was repeated under this listing in the 3DS version from September 18 to 28, 2015 to celebrate the launch of Pokémon Shuffle Mobile. The same event was repeated under the new title "Mew Appears" from February 15 to March 8, 2016 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Pokémon Red and Blue, and from August 9 to 23, 2016 in the 3DS version to celebrate 6 million downloads of the game in August 2016.

The "Celebi Enters!" event was released in both versions from October 26 to November 9, 2015 to celebrate Pokémon Shuffle Mobile reaching 4 million downloads. A bonus reward of 1,000 Coins was given upon the first successful completion of the stage. This was later repeated in the Mobile version (renamed to "Celebi Appears!") to celebrate 8 million downloads in July 2016.

The "A Legendary Opportunity" and "Shaymin Appears" events, which featured Mewtwo and Shaymin (Land Forme), respectively were released to celebrate Pokémon Shuffle Mobile reaching 5 million downloads. The goal behind Mewtwo's stage was to allow every player to be able to catch Mewtwo for free. As such, all Items were free. Shaymin was repeated from February 7 to 21, 2017 in both verions to celebrate the second anniversary of the game.

The "Commemorative Event" event, featuring Manaphy, was released on the Mobile version in April 2016 to celebrate Pokémon Shuffle Mobile reaching 7 million downloads. This was later repeated in the Mobile version (renamed to "Manaphy Appears") to celebrate 12 million downloads in November 2016.

The "Pikachu Appears" and "Shaymin (Sky Forme) Appears" events, featuring Happy version of Pikachu and Shaymin (Sky Forme), were released on the Mobile version in September 2016 to celebrate Pokémon Shuffle Mobile reaching 10 million downloads.

The "Pikachu Appears", featuring the Smiling version of Pikachu, was released for both verions to celebrate the second anniversary of the game.

Event Pokémon Type HP Moves/
Time
Catchability EXP Cost Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Diancie Is Set to Dazzle! Diancie Diancie Fairy 9,680 20 3% 4% 5 1 Heart September 14 to 28, 2015 N/A
Mew Manifests (2015 only)
Mew Appears
Mew Mew Psychic 4,896 20 3% 3% 5 1 Heart September 18 to 28, 2015 (3DS)
February 16 to March 8, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
April 26 to May 17, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
August 9 to 23, 2016 (3DS)*
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Celebi Enters! (2015 only)
Celebi Appears!
Celebi Celebi Psychic 11,044 (3DS and Mobile)
9,616 (Mobile 2015 only)
20 10% 3% 5 1 Heart October 26 to November 9, 2015 (3DS and Mobile)
July 5 to 19, 2016 (Mobile)*
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
A Legendary Opportunity Mewtwo Mewtwo Psychic 5,200 20 100% 0% 5 1 Heart December 15, 2015 to January 19, 2016 (3DS) N/A
Shaymin Appears Shaymin Shaymin Grass 12,237 22 20% 3% 5 1 Heart December 22, 2015 to January 5, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
August 23 to September 6, 2016 (Mobile)*
February 7 to 21, 2017 (3DS and Mobile)
Land Forme
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Commemorative Event (Apr 2016 only)
Manaphy Appears
Manaphy Manaphy Water 6,345 12 12% 4% 5 1 Heart April 12 to 26, 2016 (Mobile)*
November 1 to 15, 2016 (Mobile)*
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Pikachu Appears Pikachu Pikachu Electric 3,413 14 20% 5% 5 1 Heart September 6 to 20, 2016 (Mobile)* Happy
Shaymin (Sky Forme) Appears Shaymin Shaymin Flying 8,930 00:40 20% 2% 5 1 Heart September 6 to 20, 2016 (Mobile)* Sky Forme
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught
Pikachu Appears Pikachu Pikachu Electric 4,107 14 6% 3% 5 1 Heart February 14 to 28, 2017 Smiling

Launch Special: Meet Mew

Launch Special: Meet Mew (Japanese: 発売記念イベント ミュウ Launch Event: Mew) was one of the first Special Stages released in Pokémon Shuffle (alongside The Daily Pokémon (#1)), meant to commemorate the launch of the game. In the 3DS version, the event initially ran from February 18 to March 9, 2015 and gave a bonus of 1,000 Coins upon defeat, once per day. After that period ended, the event was extended to March 23, 2015 as "Mew Strikes Again" and limited the 1,000 Coin bonus to the first completion only.

In Pokémon Shuffle Mobile, this stage (called Launch Special Stage (Japanese: 配信記念ステージ Distribution Commemorative Stage)) was initially made available from August 24 to September 28, 2015 to commemorate the game's mobile release. This time, the initial bonus reward for clearing the stage was one Jewel. After its period ended, it was also extended to October 12, 2015 under the name "Mew Strikes Again", similar to the 3DS version. The bonus reward for the first clear of this repeat was also one Jewel.

Mew's stage was later repeated for both versions under both the Commemorative Event and the Great Challenge listings.

Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Cost Availability
Base Bonus
Mew Mew Psychic 4,896 20 10% 4% 5 1 Heart February 18 to March 23, 2015 (3DS)*
Mew Mew Psychic 4,896 20 3% 3% 5 1 Heart August 24 to October 12, 2015 (Mobile)*

3.5 Million Celebration

3.5 Million Celebration (Japanese: 350万DL記念イベント 3.5 Million DL Commemorative Event) was a Special Stage type made to celebrate 3.5 million downloads of the 3DS version of the game. "Celebi Enters!" was the only event released under this listing. A bonus reward of 1,000 Coins was given upon the first successful completion of that stage.

Celebi's stage was later repeated under both the Commemorative Event and the Great Challenge listings.

Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Cost Availability
Base Bonus
Celebi Celebi Psychic 9,616 20 10% 3% 5 1 Heart April 27 to May 18, 2015 (3DS)

4 Million Celebration

4 Million Celebration (Japanese: 400万DL記念イベント 4 Million DL Commemorative Event) was a Special Stage type made to celebrate 4 million downloads of the 3DS version of the game. "Shaymin Enters!" was the only event released under this listing. A bonus reward of 1,000 Coins was given upon the first successful completion of that stage. Due to a bug, the bonus reward could be obtained once per day. This was fixed in v1.2.1.

Shaymin's stage was later repeated later under the Commemorative Event listing.

Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Cost Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Shaymin Shaymin Grass 12,237 22 20% 3% 5 1 Heart May 25 to June 15, 2015 (3DS) Land Forme

4.5 Million Celebration

4.5 Million Celebration (Japanese: 450万DL記念イベント 4.5 Million DL Commemorative Event) was a Special Stage type made to celebrate 4.5 million downloads of the 3DS version of the game. "Manaphy Manifests!" was the only event released under this listing. A bonus reward of 1,000 Coins was given upon the first successful completion of that stage.

Manaphy's stage was later repeated later under the Commemorative Event and the Great Challenge listings.

Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Cost Availability
Base Bonus
Manaphy Manaphy Water 6,345 12 12% 4% 5 1 Heart June 22 to July 6, 2015 (3DS)

Competitive Stage

Main article: Competitive Stage

Daily Pokémon

The Daily Pokémon (Japanese: 日替わりポケモン Daily Pokémon) is a type of Special Stage that takes place on weekdays only. The cost per play is 1 Heart. Each event offers a set of five Pokémon that can be caught, with each one only appearing on a specific day of the week.

Thus far, there have been six different regular Daily Pokémon events. In October 2016, the first "Special Daily Pokémon" event was released, allowing players to catch special versions of Pokémon. These versions are usually winking at the player, with the exception of a sleeping Pikachu in the second version of the event. There have so far been three such "special" events.

The Daily Pokémon (#1)

The Daily Pokémon (#1) was one of the first Special Stage events (alongside "Launch Event: Meet Mew"). This release features all of the appliance forms of Rotom. The series has been released so far on eight separate occasions, with the initial releases taking place only on the 3DS version as Mobile still did not exist during that period; this event released as part of the Mobile launch on August 24, 2015.

The release periods are as follows:

  • February 18 to March 21, 2015 (3DS only)
  • May 4 to 16, 2015 (3DS only)
  • August 17 to 29, 2015 (3DS only)
  • August 24 to September 12, 2015 (Mobile only)
  • March 15 to 22, 2016
  • June 28 to July 12, 2016
  • November 22 to December 6, 2016
  • February 21 to March 7, 2017
Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Rotom Rotom Ice 2,063 15 5% (3DS 2015 only)
3% (3DS and Mobile)
6% (3DS 2015 only)
4% (3DS and Mobile)
5 Mondays during event period (2015)
Tuesdays during event period (from March 2016)
Frost Rotom
Rotom Rotom Fire 2,321 15 5% (3DS 2015 only)
3% (3DS and Mobile)
6% (3DS 2015 only)
4% (3DS and Mobile)
5 Tuesdays during event period (2015)
Wednesdays during event period (from March 2016)
Heat Rotom
Rotom Rotom Water 2,599 15 5% (3DS 2015 only)
3% (3DS and Mobile)
6% (3DS 2015 only)
4% (3DS and Mobile)
5 Wednesdays during event period (2015)
Thursdays during event period (from March 2016)
Wash Rotom
Rotom Rotom Grass 2,599 15 5% (3DS 2015 only)
3% (3DS and Mobile)
6% (3DS 2015 only)
4% (3DS and Mobile)
5 Thursdays during event period (2015)
Fridays during event period (from March 2016)
Mow Rotom
Rotom Rotom Flying 2,156 15 5% (3DS 2015 only)
3% (3DS and Mobile)
6% (3DS 2015 only)
4% (3DS and Mobile)
5 Fridays during event period (2015)
Mondays during event period (from March 2016)
Fan Rotom

The Daily Pokémon (#2)

The Daily Pokémon (#2) features Pachirisu, Sigilyph, Tropius, Farfetch'd, and Druddigon. This event has seen nine separate releases, again being one of the first events run before the Mobile version was released.

The release periods are as follows:

  • March 23 to April 17, 2015 (3DS only)
  • June 8 to 20, 2015 (3DS only)
  • September 14 to 26, 2015 (Mobile only)
  • March 29 to April 12, 2016
  • July 19 to August 2, 2016
  • September 27 to October 11, 2016
  • December 6 to 20, 2016
  • February 28 to March 14, 2017
  • March 28 to April 11, 2017
Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Pachirisu Pachirisu Electric 1,339 7 15% (3DS until Apr 2016)
12% (3DS and Mobile)
12% (3DS until Apr 2016)
8% (3DS and Mobile)
5 Mondays during event period (2015)
Tuesdays during event period (from March 2016)
Coins may drop if caught*
Sigilyph Sigilyph Psychic 1,654 15 8% (3DS until Apr 2016)
4% (3DS and Mobile)
4% (3DS and Mobile) 5 Tuesdays during event period (2015)
Wednesdays during event period (from March 2016)
Coins may drop if caught*
Tropius Tropius Grass 2,363 20 7% (3DS until Apr 2016)
11% (3DS and Mobile)
6% (3DS until Apr 2016)
2% (3DS and Mobile)
5 Wednesdays during event period (2015)
Thursdays during event period (from March 2016)
Coins appear on board intially and in skyfalls
Coins may drop if caught*
Farfetch'd Farfetch'd Flying 3,930 10 3% (3DS and Mobile) 9% (3DS until Dec 2016)
6% (3DS and Mobile)
5 Thursdays during event period (2015)
Fridays during event period (from March 2016)
Coins may drop if caught*
Druddigon Druddigon Dragon 3,723 20 9% (3DS until Apr 2016)
1% (3DS and Mobile)
4% (3DS until Apr 2016)
3% (3DS and Mobile)
5 Fridays during event period (2015)
Mondays during event period (from March 2016)
Coins may drop if caught*

The Daily Pokémon (#3)

The Daily Pokémon (#3) features Girafarig, Kecleon, Shuckle, Relicanth, and Spiritomb.

The release periods are as follows:

  • May 18 to June 6, 2015 (3DS only)
  • July 20 to August 1, 2015 (3DS only)
  • November 2 to 14, 2015 (Mobile only)
  • April 12 to 26, 2016
  • August 2 to 16, 2016
  • October 18 to November 1, 2016
  • December 20 to January 3, 2017
  • March 7 to 21, 2017
Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Girafarig Girafarig Psychic 2,654 7 8% 4% 5 Mondays during event period (2015)
Tuesdays during event period (from April 2016)
Coins may drop if caught*
Kecleon Kecleon Normal 3,675 20 7% 2% 5 Tuesdays during event period (2015)
Wednesdays during event period (from April 2016)
Coins may drop if caught*
Shuckle Shuckle Bug 5,899 5 10% 3% 5 Wednesdays during event period (2015)
Thursdays during event period (from April 2016)
3-Pokémon stage
Coins may drop if caught*
Relicanth Relicanth Rock 4,752 15 8% 3% 5 Thursdays during event period (2015)
Fridays during event period (from April 2016)
Coins may drop if caught*
Spiritomb Spiritomb Ghost 3,100 17 5% 3% 5 Fridays during event period (2015)
Mondays during event period (from April 2016)
Coins may drop if caught*

The Daily Pokémon (#4)

The Daily Pokémon (#4) features Wynaut, Torkoal, Zangoose, Luvdisc, and Seviper.

The event periods are as follows:

  • July 6 to 18, 2015 (3DS only)
  • January 12 to 26, 2016 (Mobile only)
  • May 17 to 31, 2016
  • August 16 to 30, 2016
  • January 3 to 17, 2017
  • March 14 to 28, 2017
  • April 4 to 18, 2017
Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Wynaut Wynaut Psychic 3,000 13 40% (3DS 2015 only)
7% (3DS and Mobile)
5% (3DS 2015 only)
2% (3DS and Mobile)
5 Mondays during event period (Initial release)
Tuesdays during event period (from January 2016)
3-Pokémon stage
Coins may drop if caught*
Torkoal Torkoal Fire 5,565 20 20% (3DS 2015 only)
10% (3DS and Mobile)
3% (3DS 2015 only)
2% (3DS and Mobile)
5 Tuesdays during event period (Initial release)
Wednesdays during event period (from January 2016)</small>
Coins may drop if caught*
Zangoose Zangoose Normal 4,158 18 8% (3DS 2015 only)
15% (3DS and Mobile)
5% (3DS 2015 only)
2% (3DS and Mobile)
5 Wednesdays during event period (Initial release)
Thursdays during event period (from January 2016)
Coins may drop if caught*
Luvdisc Luvdisc Water 2,760 12 20% (3DS 2015 only)
11% (3DS and Mobile)
5% (3DS 2015 only)
2% (3DS and Mobile)
5 Thursdays during event period (Initial release)
Fridays during event period (from January 2016)
3-Pokémon stage
Coins may drop if caught*
Seviper Seviper Poison 4,739 18 15% (3DS 2015 only)
9% (3DS and Mobile)
4% (3DS 2015 only)
3% (3DS and Mobile)
5 Fridays during event period (Initial release)
Mondays during event period (from January 2016)
Coins may drop if caught*

The Daily Pokémon (#5)

The Daily Pokémon (#5) features Dunsparce, Qwilfish, Durant, Heatmor, and Maractus.

This set of Pokémon includes a quirk: with the exception of Dunsparce, the Pokémon opponent will spawn Coins as disruptions if the player achieves a combo of at least four matches while the number of moves remaining is equal to or greater than the default number of moves given. Additionally, in these stages, the Pokémon from the previous day's stage appears as part of the stage's initial layout. If the previous day's Pokémon is brought as a Support Pokémon, it will trigger the requisite combo, allowing the player to potentially obtain a small Coin bonus with each play.

The release periods for this event are as follows:

  • November 2 to 14, 2015 (3DS only)
  • March 1 to 15, 2016 (Mobile only)
  • June 7 to 21, 2016
  • August 30 to September 13, 2016
  • January 17 to 31, 2017
  • March 21 to April 4, 2017
  • April 11 to 25, 2017
Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Dunsparce Dunsparce Normal 7,080 10 3% (until Sep 2016)
9%
6% (until Sep 2016)
2%
5 Mondays during event period (Initial release)
Tuesdays during event period (from March 2016)
3-Pokémon stage
Coins may drop if caught*
Qwilfish Qwilfish Water 6,165 15 3% (until Sep 2016)
15%
4% (until Sep 2016)
3%
5 Tuesdays during event period (Initial release)
Wednesdays during event period (from March 2016)
Coins appear as disruptions (until Sep 2016)
Coins may drop if caught*
Durant Durant Bug 5,408 15 3% (until Sep 2016)
10%
4% (until Sep 2016)
2%
5 Wednesdays during event period (Initial release)
Thursdays during event period (from March 2016)
Coins appear as disruptions (until Sep 2016)
Coins may drop if caught*
Heatmor Heatmor Fire 5,880 15 3% (until Sep 2016)
12%
4% (until Sep 2016)
2%
5 Thursdays during event period (Initial release)
Fridays during event period (from March 2016)
Coins appear as disruptions (until Sep 2016)
Coins may drop if caught*
Maractus Maractus Grass 6,615 15 (until Sep 2016)
13
3% (until Sep 2016)
14%
4% (until Sep 2016)
2%
5 Fridays during event period (Initial release)
Mondays during event period (from March 2016)
Coins appear as disruptions (until Sep 2016)
Coins may drop if caught*

The Daily Pokémon (#6)

The Daily Pokémon (#6) features Tyrogue, Mantyke, Castform, Solrock, and Lunatone. Unlike the other Daily Pokémon events, it has run on both versions simultaneously each time it has been made available. This is also the first Daily Pokémon event to only be available starting on Tuesdays since its launch, placing the Monday Pokémon (Lunatone) at the end of the event period during every release. This applies to every Daily Pokémon event to debut since at least January 2016.

The release dates for this event are as follows:

  • April 26 to May 10, 2016
  • September 13 to 27, 2016
  • November 8 to 22, 2016
  • January 31 to February 14, 2017
Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Tyrogue Tyrogue Fighting 3,400 7 18% 3% 5 Tuesdays during event period Coins may drop if caught*
Castform Castform Normal 1,790 10 15% 3% 5 Wednesdays during event period Coins may drop if caught*
Mantyke Mantyke Water 4,350 10 16% 3% 5 Thursdays during event period Coins may drop if caught*
Solrock Solrock Rock 10,490 18 13% 4% 5 Fridays during event period Coins may drop if caught*
Lunatone Lunatone Rock 10,090 18 13% 4% 5 Mondays during event period Coins may drop if caught*

The Daily Pokémon (#7)

The Daily Pokémon (#7) features Wishiwashi, Komala, Fomantis, Torracat, and Oricorio (Pom-Pom Style). This is the first Daily Pokémon event to include Pokémon from the Alola region.

The release dates for this event are as follows:

  • April 25 to May 9, 2017
  • June 6 to 20, 2017
Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Wishiwashi Wishiwashi Water 2,375 7 12% 3% 5 Tuesdays during event period Coins may drop if caught*
Komala Komala Normal 2,178 8 13% 3% 5 Wednesdays during event period Coins may drop if caught*
Fomantis Fomantis Grass 3,317 9 9% 2% 5 Thursdays during event period Coins may drop if caught*
Torracat Torracat Fire 3,047 7 13% 2% 5 Fridays during event period Coins may drop if caught*
Oricorio Oricorio Electric 2,420 9 11% 2% 5 Mondays during event period Pom-Pom Style
Coins may drop if caught*

The Daily Pokémon (#8)

The Daily Pokémon (#8) features Dewpider, Brionne, and Oricorio in its Pa'u Style. Additionally, Grimer and Sandshrew can be found in their Alola Forms.

The release dates for this event are as follows:

  • May 9 to 23, 2017
  • June 20 to July 4, 2017
Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Grimer Grimer Dark 2,380 10 13% 3% 5 Tuesdays during event period Alola Form
Coins may drop if caught*
Dewpider Dewpider Water 2,630 8 11% 2% 5 Wednesdays during event period Coins may drop if caught*
Sandshrew Sandshrew Ice 2,630 8 12% 2% 5 Thursdays during event period Alola Form
Coins may drop if caught*
Brionne Brionne Water 3,497 7 9% 3% 5 Fridays during event period Coins may drop if caught*
Oricorio Oricorio Psychic 2,380 8 8% 2% 5 Mondays during event period Pa'u Style
Coins may drop if caught*

The Daily Pokémon (#9)

The Daily Pokémon (#9) features Pyukumuku, Mudbray, Dartrix and two styles of Oricorio.

So far, this Daily Pokémon release has only been available once, from May 23 to June 6, 2017.

Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Pyukumuku Pyukumuku Water 3,497 8 12% 3% 5 Tuesdays during event period n/a
Oricorio Oricorio Ghost 3,497 8 11% 2% 5 Wednesdays during event period Sensu Style
Mudbray Mudbray Ground 2,988 7 9% 3% 5 Thursdays during event period N/A
Dartrix Dartrix Grass 3,788 8 9% 3% 5 Fridays during event period N/A
Oricorio Oricorio Fire 3,497 9 10% 2% 5 Mondays during event period Baile Style

Special Daily Pokémon

The Special Daily Pokémon is a release featuring a unique set of Pokémon. These Pokémon are Pokémon that have been previously available in the game, but in these stages are often seen winking or in some form of costume. They can be separately caught and used as unique Pokémon supports.

Special Daily Pokémon (First release)

The first Special Daily Pokémon features Winking versions of Charmander, Squirtle, Bulbasaur, Jigglypuff, and Clefairy.

The release periods for this series are as follows:

  • October 11 to 18, 2016
  • December 27, 2016 to January 3, 2017
  • February 14 to 21, 2017
  • April 18 to 25, 2017
Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Charmander Charmander Fire 4,753 14 12% 3% 5 Tuesdays during event period Winking
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Squirtle Squirtle Water 5,341 14 10% 3% 5 Wednesdays during event period Winking
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Bulbasaur Bulbasaur Grass 6,932 12 16% 3% 5 Thursdays during event period Winking
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Jigglypuff Jigglypuff Fairy 5,301 13 18% 3% 5 Fridays during event period Winking
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Clefairy Clefairy Fairy 2,622 9 15% 3% 5 Mondays during event period Winking
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*

Special Daily Pokémon (Second release)

The second Special Daily Pokémon features Winking or Sleeping versions of Torchic, Treecko, Mudkip, Castform, and Pikachu.

The event periods for this event are as follows:

  • November 1 to 8, 2016
  • January 31 to February 7, 2017
Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Torchic Torchic Fire 6,402 15 10% 3% 5 Tuesdays during event period Winking
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Treecko Treecko Grass 6,641 15 10% 5% 5 Wednesdays during event period Winking
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Mudkip Mudkip Water 5,723 15 10% 4% 5 Thursdays during event period Winking
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Castform Castform Normal 4,102 17 14% 2% 5 Fridays during event period Winking
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 4,565 17 14% 2% 5 Mondays during event period Sleeping
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*

Special Daily Pokémon (Third release)

The third Special Daily Pokémon features Winking versions of Audino, Togetic, Carbink, Swirlix, and Slurpuff.

So far, this Daily Pokémon release has only been available once, from February 7 to 21, 2017.

Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Togetic Togetic Fairy 5,445 10 16% 2% 5 Tuesdays during event period Winking
Carbink Carbink Rock 4,065 8 14% 3% 5 Wednesdays during event period Winking
Swirlix Swirlix Fairy 5,420 12 9% 3% 5 Thursdays during event period Winking
Slurpuff Slurpuff Fairy 6,352 10 14% 3% 5 Fridays during event period Winking
Audino Audino Normal 4,719 8 14% 3% 5 Mondays during event period Winking

Escalation Battle

Main article: Escalation Battle

An Evolving Challenge!

An Evolving Challenge! (Japanese: 進化チャレンジ Evolving Challenge) is a type of Special Stage that, so far, has been limited to the Tepig evolution family. The event stages themselves have all been move-limited, though Emboar is unique in that, similar to Escalation Battles, its base catch rate slightly increases every time its stage is cleared.

Event Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Cost Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Tepig Trots onto Stage! Tepig Tepig Fire 3,982 18 5% 3% 5 1 Heart July 6 to 20, 2015 (3DS)
March 29 to April 19, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
Reward: 500 Coins (3DS 2015 only)
Pignite Blazes onto Stage! Pignite Pignite Fire 5,880 20 3% 3% 5 1 Heart August 3 to 17, 2015 (3DS)
April 1 to 19, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
Reward: 500 Coins (3DS 2015 only)
Emboar Roars onto Stage! Emboar Emboar Fire 7,593 22 Equal to the number of
victories against Emboar
3% 5 1 Heart September 4 to 18, 2015 (3DS)
April 5 to 19, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
Reward: 500 Coins (3DS 2015 only)

Great Challenge

Great Challenge (Japanese: スーパーチャレンジ Super Challenge) is a type of Special Stage that includes many event stages that feature a wide variety of powerful Pokémon, including many Legendary and Mythical Pokémon. Each of these stages are move-limited, and require either Hearts or Coins to play. Provided that the player has enough of those resources, the stages may be played as often as the player likes during the event period. Each stage's cost to play is listed in the Notes section of the table below (if nothing is listed, the stage costs one Heart to play). Early in the game's life, many of these stages gave a bonus reward after completing the stage for the first time.

In the 3DS version, every Great Challenge stage cost one Heart per play prior to Version 1.3.10. Afterwards, most Great Challenge stages cost Coins to play instead.

In the Mobile version, many of these stages required multiple Hearts or Coins and one Heart to be played in early versions. The first stage in the Mobile version to require only Coins to play was the November repeat of the "Keldeo Rears its Head" event.

Event Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Cost Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Kyogre Makes a Splash Kyogre Kyogre Water 9,214 30 5% 3% 5 1 Heart March 9 to 22, 2015 (3DS) First clear bonus: 1 Jewel (3DS)
Hoenn Legends Stage ①
(3DS Summer 2015 only)
Kyogre Makes a Splash
Kyogre Kyogre Water 8,468 18 10% 3% 5 1 Heart (3DS)
2 Hearts (Mobile)
July 24 to 30, 2015 (3DS)
August 14 to 20, 2015 (3DS)
September 4 to 18, 2015 (Mobile)
November 2 to 16, 2015 (Mobile)
First clear bonus: 500 Coins (3DS)
Kyogre Appears Kyogre Kyogre Water 8,468 18 10% 3% 5 400 Coins March 29 to April 12, 2016
May 24 to June 7, 2016
August 9 to 23, 2016
January 24 to February 7, 2017
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Keldeo Rears Its Head Keldeo Keldeo Water 13,051
15,190 (3DS Sep 2015 only)
20 15% (3DS)
12% (Mobile)
4% (3DS)
3% (Mobile)
5 1 Heart (3DS)
600 Coins (Mobile)
March 23 to April 5, 2015 (3DS)
September 28 to October 5, 2015 (3DS)
September 28 to October 12, 2015 (Mobile)
November 24 to December 8, 2015 (Mobile)
Ordinary Form
First clear bonus: 5,000 Coins (3DS Mar 2015 only)
Keldeo Appears Keldeo Keldeo Water 15,190 20 12% 3% 5 1 Heart April 19 to May 3, 2016
May 31 to June 14, 2016
November 22 to December 6, 2016
Ordinary Form
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Rayquaza's Ascension Rayquaza Rayquaza Dragon 11,847 30 7% 2% 5 1 Heart (3DS) March 30 to April 20, 2015 (3DS) First clear bonus: 1 Jewel (3DS)
Hoenn Legends Stage ③
(3DS Summer 2015 only)
Rayquaza's Ascension
Rayquaza Rayquaza Dragon 10,627 20 9% 3% 5 1 Heart (3DS)
2 Hearts (Mobile)
August 7 to 14, 2015 (3DS)
August 28 to September 4, 2015 (3DS)
September 18 to October 2, 2015 (Mobile)
November 13 to 27, 2015 (3DS and Mobile)
First clear bonus: 500 Coins (3DS Aug 2015 only)
Groudon Lands at Last Groudon Groudon Ground 7,011 20 10% 4% 5 1 Heart April 13 to 26, 2015 (3DS) First clear bonus: 3,000 Coins (3DS)
Hoenn Legends Stage ②
(3DS Summer 2015 only)
Groudon Lands at Last
Groudon Groudon Ground 11,352 20 5% 4% 5 1 Heart (3DS)
2 Hearts (Mobile)
July 31 to August 6, 2015 (3DS)
August 21 to 27 (3DS)
September 11 to 25, 2015 (Mobile)
November 6 to 20, 2015 (Mobile)
First clear bonus: 500 Coins (3DS)
Groudon Appears Groudon Groudon Ground 11,352 20 5% 4% 5 400 Coins April 5 to 19, 2016
May 17 to 31, 2016
January 24 to February 7, 2017
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Regirock Rocks the Scene Regirock Regirock Rock 22,572 30 3% 2% 5 1 Heart (3DS) May 11 to 25, 2015 (3DS) First clear bonus: 1,000 Coins (3DS)
Regirock Rolls in!
(until Nov 2015)
Regirock Appears
Regirock Regirock Rock 19,800 30 3% 2% 5 1 Heart September 14 to 18, 2015 (3DS)
October 19 to November 2, 2015 (Mobile)
December 15 to 18, 2015 (3DS and Mobile)
July 5 to 19, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
October 11 to 25, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Dialga Descends (2015 only)
Dialga Appears
Dialga Dialga Steel 17,820 25 8% 2% 5 2 Hearts June 15 to 29, 2015 (3DS)
October 5 to 19, 2015 (3DS and Mobile)
December 8 to 15, 2015 (3DS)
December 8 to 22, 2015 (Mobile)
June 14 to 28, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
September 20 to October 4, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
March 14 to 28, 2017 (3DS and Mobile)
First clear bonus: 1,000 Coins (3DS Jun 2015 only)
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Registeel Steals the Show! (2015 only)
Registeel Appears!
Registeel Registeel Steel 19,125 25 1% 3% 10 400 Coins September 18 to 23, 2015 (3DS)
December 18 to 22, 2015 (3DS and Mobile)
July 5 to 19, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
N/A
Regice Freezes All Foes! (2015 only)
Regice Appears
Regice Regice Ice 24,648 30 10% 2% 10
(until Jul 2016)
5
1 Heart September 23 to 28, 2015 (3DS)
December 22 to 28, 2015 (3DS and Mobile)
July 5 to 19, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
August 30 to September 13, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Palkia Appears! Palkia Palkia Water 28,188 25 8% 2% 5 2 Hearts October 5 to 19, 2015 (3DS and Mobile)
December 8 to 15, 2015 (3DS)
December 8 to 22, 2015 (Mobile)
July 19 to August 2, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
October 4 to 18, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
March 7 to 21, 2017 (3DS and Mobile)
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Dusknoir Descends (2015 only)
Dusknoir Appears
Dusknoir Dusknoir Ghost 11,680 20 5% 3% (until Sep 2016)
2%
5 1 Heart October 12 to 26, 2015
January 12 to 19, 2016
April 26 to May 10, 2016
September 6 to 20, 2016
October 25 to November 1, 2016
Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught*
Ho-Oh Swoops In! (2015 only)
Ho-Oh Appears
Ho-Oh Ho-Oh Fire 21,313 25 3% (until July 2016)
5%
3% 5 400 Coins October 26 to November 9, 2015 (3DS and Mobile)
March 22 to April 5, 2016 (Mobile)
March 29 to April 5, 2016 (3DS)
June 28 to July 12, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
January 10 to 24, 2017 (3DS and Mobile)
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Machamp Appears Machamp Machamp Fighting 18,800 20 12% 2% 5 1 Heart November 24 to December 8, 2015 (3DS and Mobile)
March 1 to 8, 2016 (3DS)
March 1 to 15, 2016 (Mobile)
November 1 to 15, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Infernape Appears Infernape Infernape Fire 17,960 20 15% 3% 5 1 Heart January 12 to 26, 2016
April 19 to May 3, 2016
May 31 to June 14, 2016
December 6 to 20, 2016
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Zekrom Appears Zekrom Zekrom Electric 24,381 30 1% (2016 only)
2%
2% 5 400 Coins January 19 to February 2, 2016
August 23 to September 6, 2016
November 29 to December 13, 2016
April 4 to 18, 2017
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Reshiram Appears Reshiram Reshiram Fire 26,316 30 1% (until 2016)
2%
2% 5 2 Hearts February 2 to 16, 2016
August 2 to 16, 2016
December 13 to 27, 2016
March 21 to April 4, 2017
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Gyarados Appears Gyarados Gyarados Water 22,610 (until July 2016)
17,500
19 9% (until July 2016)
10%
6% (until July 2016)
2%
5 1 Heart February 23 to March 8, 2016
June 21 to July 5, 2016
January 24 to February 7, 2017
June 20 to July 4, 2017
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Omastar Appears Omastar Omastar Water 19,980 24 9% 4% 5 300 Coins March 8 to 22, 2016
June 14 to 28, 2016
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Uxie Appears Uxie Uxie Psychic 13,290 (Mar 2016 only)
10,731
16 7% (2016 only)
14%
6% (Mar 2016 only)
2% (Jun 2016 only)
3%
5 1 Heart March 22 to April 5, 2016
June 7 to 21, 2016
February 28 to March 14, 2017
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Zygarde Appears Zygarde Zygarde Dragon 18,029 17 10% 8% 5 400 Coins March 29 to April 12, 2016
July 26 to August 9, 2016
10% Forme
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Manaphy Appears Manaphy Manaphy Water 6,345 12 12% 4% 5 1 Heart April 12 to 26, 2016 (3DS)*
November 1 to 15, 2016 (3DS)*
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Landorus Appears Landorus Landorus Ground 19,333 (Apr 2016 only)
16,333
19 18% 4% (Apr 2016 only)
2%
5 400 Coins April 12 to 26, 2016
June 21 to July 5, 2016
July 19 to 26, 2016
June 13 to 27, 2017
Therian Forme
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Bellossom Appears Bellossom Bellossom Grass 8,615 20 15% (2016 only)
8%
3% (2016 only)
2%
5 1 Heart May 10 to 17, 2016
July 19 to 26, 2016
October 4 to 11, 2016
January 31 to February 7, 2017
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Electivire Appears Electivire Electivire Electric 11,408 (May 2016 only)
9,886
15 10% 2% 5 1 Heart May 17 to 31, 2016
October 11 to 18, 2016
Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught*
Magmortar Appears Magmortar Magmortar Fire 15,284 25 10% 2% 5 300 Coins May 24 to June 7, 2016 N/A
Kingdra Appears Kingdra Kingdra Water 22,200 (2016 only)
16,455
20 22% (2016 only)
13%
4% (2016 only)
3%
5 1 Heart June 7 to 21, 2016
January 10 to 24, 2017
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Hitmonlee Appears! Hitmonlee Hitmonlee Fighting 14,400 19 11% 4% 5 300 Coins June 28 to July 12, 2016 N/A
Celebi Appears! Celebi Celebi Psychic 11,044 20 10% 3% 5 1 Heart July 5 to 19, 2016 (3DS)* Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught
Hoopa Appears! Hoopa Hoopa Ghost 16,340 19 13% 4% 5 400 Coins July 12 to 26, 2016
October 18 to November 1, 2016
December 20 to January 3, 2017
Hoopa Confined
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Rhyperior Appears! Rhyperior Rhyperior Ground 16,983 18 9% 4% 5 300 Coins July 19 to August 2, 2016 N/A
Mew Appears Mew Mew Psychic 4,896 20 3% 3% 5 1 Heart August 9 to 23, 2016 (Mobile)* Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught
Meganium Appears Meganium Meganium Grass 20,378 19 13% 3% 5 300 Coins August 9 to 23, 2016 N/A
Typhlosion Appears Typhlosion Typhlosion Fire 15,120 18 12% 4% 5 1 Heart August 16 to 30, 2016
November 29 to December 13, 2016
N/A
Shaymin Appears Shaymin Shaymin Grass 12,237 22 20% 3% 5 1 Heart August 23 to September 6, 2016 (3DS)* Land Forme
Pikachu Appears Pikachu Pikachu Electric 3,413 14 20% 5% 5 1 Heart September 6 to 20, 2016 (3DS)* Happy
Hitmonchan Appears Hitmonchan Hitmonchan Fighting 19,524 16 3% 4% 5 300 Coins September 6 to 20, 2016 N/A
Golem Appears Golem Golem Rock 13,600 17 17% 3% 5 300 Coins September 13 to 27, 2016 N/A
Slaking Appears Slaking Slaking Normal 11,008 17 20% 2% 5 300 Coins September 27 to October 11, 2016 N/A
Togekiss Appears Togekiss Togekiss Fairy 15,972 (2016 only)
15,084
18 12% (2016 only)
11%
5% (2016 only)
3%
5 1 Heart October 4 to 18, 2016
February 7 to 21, 2017
Winking
Feraligatr Appears Feraligatr Feraligatr Water 10,285 16 14% (2016 only)
12%
5% (2016 only)
2%
5 1 Heart October 4 to 18, 2016
January 10 to 24, 2017
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Sableye Appears Sableye Sableye Ghost 12,300 17 18% 6% 5 300 Coins October 18 to November 1, 2016 Spooky
Hitmontop Appears Hitmontop Hitmontop Fighting 14,400 16 20% 5% 5 300 Coins November 1 to 15, 2016 N/A
Medicham Appears Medicham Medicham Fighting 14,083 18 18% 6% 5 400 Coins November 8 to 15, 2016 Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Carracosta Appears Carracosta Carracosta Water 14,763 20 15% 4% 5 300 Coins November 15 to 29, 2016 N/A
Breloom Appears Breloom Breloom Grass 16,920 17 18% 4% 5 300 Coins November 29 to December 6, 2016 N/A
Emboar Appears Emboar Emboar Fire 7,593 22 1% 3% 5 1 Heart December 6 to 20, 2016 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught
Cyndaquil Appears Cyndaquil Cyndaquil Fire 8,379 18 13% 2% 5 1 Heart January 10 to 17, 2017 Winking
Chikorita Appears Chikorita Chikorita Grass 8,857 12 17% 3% 5 1 Heart January 17 to 24, 2017 Winking
Politoed Appears Politoed Politoed Water 8,408 16 12% 3% 5 300 Coins January 17 to 31, 2017 N/A
Totodile Appears Totodile Totodile Water 6,776 12 16% 4% 5 1 Heart January 24 to 31, 2017 Winking
Wailord Appears Wailord Wailord Water 47,780 50 8% 2% 5 1 Heart January 24 to February 7, 2017 N/A
Wigglytuff Appears Wigglytuff Wigglytuff Fairy 15,471 18 10% 2% 5 300 Coins February 7 to 21, 2017 Winking
Armaldo Appears Armaldo Armaldo Rock 10,296 15 9% 3% 5 1 Heart February 21 to 28, 2017 N/A
Cradily Appears Cradily Cradily Rock 4,118 8 8% 4% 5 1 Heart February 21 to 28, 2017 N/A
Cresselia Appears Cresselia Cresselia Psychic 11,823 16 10% 4% 5 400 Coins February 28 to March 14, 2017 N/A
Amoonguss Appears Amoonguss Amoonguss Grass 10,704 12 13% 4% 5 400 Coins March 7 to 21, 2017 N/A
Accelgor Appears Accelgor Accelgor Bug 7,904 12 11% 3% 5 1 Heart March 28 to April 4, 2017 N/A
Escavalier Appears Escavalier Escavalier Bug 11,440 16 11% 3% 5 1 Heart March 28 to April 4, 2017 N/A
Litten Appears Litten Litten Fire 2,107 7 8% 3% 5 1 Heart April 25 to May 9, 2017 N/A
Mimikyu Appears Mimikyu Mimikyu Ghost 10,083 16 8% 2% 5 300 Coins April 25 to May 9, 2017 Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Ninetales Appears Ninetales Ninetales Ice 6,676 11 12% 2% 5 300 Coins May 2 to 16, 2017 Alola Form
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught
Popplio Appears Popplio Popplio Water 3,300 9 7% 3% 5 1 Heart May 9 to 23, 2017 N/A
Sandslash Appears Sandslash Sandslash Ice 13,231 13 9% 3% 5 300 Coins May 9 to 23, 2017 Alola Form
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught
Lycanroc Appears Lycanroc Lycanroc Rock 8,669 12 8% 4% 5 1 Heart May 16 to 30, 2017 N/A
Araquanid Appears Araquanid Araquanid Water 8,669 12 10% 3% 5 300 Coins May 16 to 30, 2017 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught
Rowlet Appears Rowlet Rowlet Grass 3,542 9 10% 2% 5 1 Heart May 23 to June 6, 2017 N/A
Mudsdale Appears Mudsdale Mudsdale Water 7,997 14 13% 2% 5 300 Coins May 23 to June 6, 2017 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught
Lurantis Appears Lurantis Lurantis Grass 8,669 12 10% 3% 5 300 Coins June 6 to 20, 2017 Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught
Muk Appears Muk Muk Poison 6,698 12 7% 4% 5 1 Heart June 6 to 20, 2017 Alola Form
Exeggutor Appears Exeggutor Exeggutor Grass 8,608 12 13% 3% 5 1 Heart June 6 to 20, 2017 Alola Form
Pikachu Appears Pikachu Pikachu Electric 2,700 12 8% 3% 5 1 Heart June 13 to 27, 2017 (Hoenn Cap) Costume
Pikachu Appears Pikachu Pikachu Electric 5,439 11 8% 4% 5 1 Heart June 20 to July 4, 2017 (Shiny Gyarados) Costume

High-Speed Challenge

High-Speed Challenge (Japanese: ハイスピードチャレンジ High-Speed Challenge) is a type of Special Stage that can be considered to be a variant of Great Challenge. Like Great Challenges, these event stages require either Hearts or Coins to play and feature powerful Pokémon. However, every High-Speed Challenge is a time-limited stage instead of a move-limited one.

Pokémon Type HP Time Catchability EXP Cost Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Lugia Lugia Flying 10,887 (Sep 2015 only)
10,800
00:30 (Sep 2015 only)
00:40
8% 5% 10 (Sep 2015 only)
5
2 Hearts August 31 to September 24, 2015 (3DS)
October 26 to November 2, 2015 (3DS)
October 26 to November 9, 2015 (Mobile)
March 22 to April 5, 2016 (Mobile)
March 29 to April 5, 2016 (3DS)
August 16 to 30, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
January 3 to 17, 2017 (3DS and Mobile)
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Talonflame Talonflame Fire 11,200 00:35 5% (2015 only)
16%
4% (2015 only)
8%
5 1 Heart December 28, 2015 to January 11, 2016
November 15 to 29, 2016
April 18 to 25, 2017
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Shaymin Shaymin Flying 8,930 00:40 20% 2% 5 1 Heart February 2 to 16, 2016
September 6 to 20, 2016*
Sky Forme
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Beedrill Beedrill Poison 17,160 00:40 6% 5% 5 1 Heart February 16 to March 1, 2016
June 7 to 21, 2016
September 20 to October 4, 2016
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Kabutops Kabutops Rock 25,920 02:00 1% 4% 5 1 Heart March 1 to 15, 2016
June 14 to 28, 2016
October 4 to 18, 2016
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Noivern Noivern Flying 16,673 01:00 5% 6% (until Jan 2017)
3%
5 1 Heart March 15 to 29, 2016
January 10 to 24, 2017
April 4 to 18, 2017
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Greninja Greninja Water 21,060 (until 2016)
19,565
01:00 9% (until 2016)
18%
8% (until 2016)
2%
5 1 Heart April 19 to May 3, 2016
May 24 to June 7, 2016
August 2 to 16, 2016
April 11 to 25, 2017
Ash-Greninja
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Azelf Azelf Psychic 26,488 (Apr 2016 only)
17,488
01:00 20% 5% (Apr 2016 only)
2%
5 1 Heart April 26 to May 10, 2016
July 12 to 26, 2016
February 28 to March 14, 2017
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Thundurus Thundurus Electric 16,536 00:50 10% 4% 5 400 Coins October 11 to 25, 2016
June 20 to July 4, 2017 (3DS and Mobile)
Therian Forme
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Drifblim Drifblim Ghost 15,882 00:50 5% 6% 5 1 Heart October 18 to November 1, 2016 N/A
Archeops Archeops Rock 9,600 00:40 12% 4% 5 300 Coins November 29 to December 13, 2016 N/A
Tornadus Tornadus Flying 16,800 00:50 10% 3% 5 400 Coins December 27, 2016 to January 10, 2017
June 13 to 27, 2017
Therian Forme
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Salazzle Salazzle Poison 10,754 00:40 14% 2% 5 1 Heart May 2 to 16, 2017 N/A
Raichu Raichu Psychic 3,776 00:20 4% 6% 5 1 Heart May 30 to June 13, 2017 Alola Form
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 2,688 0:25 4% 4% 5 1 Heart June 20 to July 4, 2017 (Sinnoh Cap) Costume

Special Challenge

Special Challenge (Japanese: スペシャルチャレンジ Special Challenge) is a type of Special Stage that can be considered to be a variant of Great Challenge. These stages feature Pokémon that were already available in the Expert Stages or Main Stages, though the stages are move-limited instead of time-limited and have different stage data. The Pokémon in these stages can occasionally drop a Personalized Skill Booster, or rarely a Raise Max Level, if it has already been caught and the player plays the stage again.

Pokémon Type HP Moves/
Time
Catchability EXP Cost Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Raikou Raikou Electric 5,432 16 12% 4% 0 400 Coins June 28 to July 5, 2016 Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Entei Entei Fire 4,260 16 12% 4% 5 400 Coins August 2 to 9, 2016 Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Suicune Suicune Water 5,432 16 12% 4% 5 400 Coins August 16 to 23, 2016 Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Xerneas Xerneas Fairy 8,000 (2016 only)
11,555
16 16% (2016 only)
13%
2% 5 400 Coins August 30 to September 6, 2016
April 18 to 25, 2017
Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Yveltal Yveltal Dark 6,620 (2016 only)
8,606
16 12% (2016 only)
7%
4% (2016 only)
3%
5 400 Coins September 13 to 20, 2016
April 4 to 11, 2017
Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Mewtwo Mewtwo Psychic 8,528 16 16% (Sep 2016 only)
7%
3% 5 400 Coins September 27 to October 4, 2016
December 26, 2016 to January 3, 2017
Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Articuno Articuno Ice 5,670 01:00 17% 3% 5 400 Coins November 15 to 22, 2016 Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Greninja Greninja Water 15,120 17 14% (Nov 2016 only)
13%
6% (Nov 2016 only)
5%
5 300 Coins November 22 to 29, 2016
March 7 to 14, 2017
Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Moltres Moltres Fire 6,600 01:00 17% 3% 5 400 Coins November 29 to December 6, 2016 Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Tyrantrum Tyrantrum Rock 13,825 20 16% 3% 5 300 Coins December 6 to 13, 2016 Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Salamence Salamence Flying 12,000 18 11% 3% 5 300 Coins January 3 to 10, 2017 Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Tyranitar Tyranitar Rock 8,060 18 11% 3% 5 300 Coins January 17 to 24, 2017 Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Virizion Virizion Grass 5,760 00:30 12% 3% 5 400 Coins January 31 to February 7, 2017 Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Cobalion Cobalion Steel 15,478 01:00 8% 2% 5 400 Coins February 14 to 21, 2017 Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Terrakion Terrakion Rock 10,800 00:45 8% 2% 5 400 Coins February 21 to 28, 2017 Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Chesnaught Chesnaught Grass 16,566 01:00 10% 3% 5 300 Coins March 14 to 21, 2017 Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Hydreigon Hydreigon Dark 10,170 00:50 10% 3% 5 300 Coins March 21 to 28, 2017 Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Genesect Genesect Bug 7,280 01:00 10% 2% 5 400 Coins March 28 to April 4, 2017 Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught

Ultra Challenge

Ultra Challenge (Japanese: ハイパーチャレンジ Hyper Challenge) is a type of Special Stage that can be considered to be a variant of Great Challenge. Like Great Challenges, these event stages are all move-limited, require either Hearts or Coins to play, and feature powerful Pokémon. However, the Pokémon that are featured in Ultra Challenge stages usually have higher Attack Power than those featured in Great Challenge stages.

In the 3DS version, the first run of the Arceus stage gave 1,000 Coins as a bonus reward after completing the stage for the first time.

Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Cost Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Arceus Arceus Normal 24,360 (3DS Jul 2015 only)
32,886 (3DS and Mobile)
28 3% (until Sep 2016)
5%
2% 5 2 Hearts July 10 to 24, 2015 (3DS)
December 28, 2015 to January 11, 2016 (Mobile)
January 12 to 26, 2016 (3DS)
August 30 to September 13, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
December 20 to January 3, 2017 (3DS and Mobile)
June 20 to July 4, 2017 (3DS and Mobile)
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Regigigas Regigigas Normal 13,000 24 9% 2% 5 500 Coins December 8 to 15, 2015
July 12 to 26, 2016
N/A
Zygarde Zygarde Dragon 29,403 22 23% 2% (until Oct 2016)
3%
5 2 Hearts April 26 to May 10, 2016
August 23 to September 6, 2016
September 20 to October 4, 2016
December 20 to January 3, 2017
April 18 to 25, 2017
Complete Forme
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Kyurem Kyurem Dragon 25,200 20 6% 4% 5 2 Hearts August 23 to September 6, 2016
December 27, 2016 to January 10, 2017
April 4 to 18, 2017
White Kyurem
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Kyurem Kyurem Dragon 38,400 20 9% 3% 5 2 Hearts December 13 to 27, 2016
March 21 to April 4, 2017
Black Kyurem
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Meloetta Meloetta Fighting 23,520 15 13% 4% 5 500 Coins April 4 to 18, 2017 Pirouette Forme
Lunala Lunala Ghost 29,868 13 9% 3% 5 500 Coins May 9 to 23, 2017 N/A
Solgaleo Solgaleo Steel 47,740 20 10% 3% 5 500 Coins May 30 to June 13, 2017 N/A

One Chance a Day!

One Chance a Day! (Japanese: 1日ワンチャン! One day, one chance!) is a type of Special Stage that can only be played once per 24-hour period, and usually only lasts for a period of four days. Otherwise, the stages are similar to Great Challenges.

The event debuted on May 7, 2015 under the event name "Seize Hold of Pinsir" in the 1.1.11 update. On July 6, 2015, "Jump on a Chance for Jirachi" became the second such stage. Pinsir returned on September 29, 2015 ("Seize Hold of Pinsir"), February 17, 2016 and May 11, 2016 ("Pinsir Appears"). Jirachi appeared for the first time in Mobile and returned to 3DS ("Jirachi Appears!") from July 6 to 9, 2016 and August 6 to 9, 2016.

Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Cost Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Pinsir Pinsir Bug 6,788 16 3% 2% 5 1 Heart May 7 to 11, 2015 (3DS) N/A
Pinsir Pinsir Bug 8,232
6,788 (Mobile 2015 only)
16 25% (until May 2016)
9%
2% (until May 2016)
3%
5 0 Heart September 29 to October 2, 2015 (3DS and Mobile)
February 17 to 20, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
May 11 to 14, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
January 4 to 7, 2017(3DS and Mobile)
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*
Jirachi Jirachi Steel 4,326 14 7% 4% (2015 only)
3%
5 0 Heart July 6 to 10, 2015 (3DS)
July 6 to 9, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
August 6 to 9, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
December 22 to 26, 2016 (3DS and Mobile)
Personalized Skill Boosters may drop if caught*

A Great Chance a Day!

The "A Great Chance a Day!" (previously "One Great Chance a Day!" in 2015) stages are a variant of the "One chance a day!" format. The main difference is that the base catch rate for the featured Pokémon usually increases slightly with each passing day. Some Pokémon would drop different Items or Enhancements each day if they had already been caught.

Unlike other event types, stages that have been featured under this event type have been both move-limited and time-limited stages. From June 21, 2016 onwards, the Pokémon featured in these stages have been able to rarely drop a Mega Speedup during the stage if they had already been caught. Additionally, they are guaranteed to drop at least one Personalized Skill Booster.

Pokémon Type HP Moves/
Time
Catchability EXP Cost Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Tornadus Tornadus Flying 17,458 (until 2016)
12,470
14 8% to 20% 2% 5 0 Heart November 9 to 16, 2015
January 5 to 12, 2016
April 5 to 12, 2016
June 21 to 28, 2016
March 28 to April 4, 2017
Incarnate Forme
Catch rate increased by 2% each day over 7 days
Personalized Skill Boosters or Mega Speedups may drop if caught*
Thundurus Thundurus Electric 7,963 (until 2016)
5,119
14 10% to 22% 2% 5 0 Heart December 1 to 8, 2015
February 2 to 9, 2016
May 10 to 17, 2016
August 9 to 16, 2016
October 4 to 11, 2016
April 4 to 18, 2017
Incarnate Forme
Catch rate increased by 2% each day over 7 days
Personalized Skill Boosters or Mega Speedups may drop if caught*
Landorus Landorus Ground 15,232 (until 2016)
9,816
00:45 7% to 25% 2% 5 0 Heart December 8 to 15, 2015
March 15 to 22, 2016
June 7 to 14, 2016
July 26 to August 2, 2016
October 18 to 25, 2016
April 11 to 18, 2017
Incarnate Forme
Catch rate increased by 3% each day over 7 days
Personalized Skill Boosters or Mega Speedups may drop if caught*
Gengar Gengar Poison 12,800 16 12% to 36% 2% 5 0 Heart October 25 to November 1, 2016 Spooky
Catch rate increased by 4% each day over 7 days
Delibird Delibird Ice 5,460 10 18% to 54% 3% 5 0 Heart December 13 to 26, 2016 Holiday
Catch rate increased by 3% each day over 13 days
Coins, Disruption Delays, Mega Starts, Attack Power ↑'s or Mega Speedups may drop if caught
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 3,939 10 20% 3% 5 0 Heart February 7 to 21, 2017 Enamored
Coins, Hearts, Moves +5↑'s, Disruption Delays, Mega Starts, Mega Speedups, Raise Max Levels or Level Ups may drop if caught
3 Coins appeared in skyfall if correctly matched from one of the three choices
Mesprit Mesprit Psychic 11,826 13 9% to 35% 2% 100 0 Heart February 28 to March 14, 2017 Catch rate increased by 2% each day over 14 days
Personalized Skill Boosters or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 5,540 15 7% to 33% 2% 5 0 Heart March 14 to 28, 2017 (Ho-oh) Costume
Catch rate increased by 2% each day over 14 days
Personalized Skill Boosters, Skill Booster S's or Exp. Booster L's may drop if caught
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 4,995 00:40 8% to 34% 2% 5 0 Heart March 14 to 28, 2017 (Lugia) Costume
Catch rate increased by 2% each day over 14 days
Personalized Skill Boosters, Skill Booster S's or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught
Cosmog Cosmog Psychic 4,152 7 6% to 32% 2% 5 1 Heart April 25 to May 9, 2017 Catch rate increased by 2% each day over 14 days
Personalized Skill Boosters, Skill Booster S's or Exp. Booster L's may drop if caught
Cosmoem Cosmoem Psychic 7,778 16 8% to 34% 2% 5 1 Heart May 9 to 23, 2017 Catch rate increased by 2% each day over 14 days
Personalized Skill Boosters, Skill Booster S's or Raise Max Levels may drop if caught

Pokémon Safari

Pokémon Safari (Japanese: ポケモンサファリ Pokémon Safari) is a type of Special Stage in which a number of Pokémon are available through a single stage on the overworld, denoted by a question mark. The cost per play is 1 Heart. Whenever a Safari stage is accessed, the player will battle one of the opponents that can appear in it, chosen at random. Different Pokémon have different rates of appearance, and there is no way to know which Pokémon will appear before playing. Due to the nature of these stages, the Optimize button is unavailable.

There have been 18 different Pokémon Safari events thus far, though new Pokémon have been added to old Safaris on repeat runs. All but one Safari have been exclusively 3-Pokémon stages.

In October 2016, the event title changed. The initial three releases were under the name "Pokémon Safari Appears!" and later changed to "A New Pokémon Safari" for the October 12 release. The fourth Pokémon Safari was the first to use the new title and the first to appear in Pokémon Shuffle Mobile. The title "Head Back Into The Safari!" has also appeared on re-releases of various versions of the event.

First release

The first Pokémon Safari debuted in the 3DS version from April 20 to May 2, 2015. This Safari returned from August 31 to September 14, 2015. During the re-release, the Mega Sharpedo Competitive Stage, which could allow players to earn a Sharpedonite, became available, running from September 7 to 14, 2015. This version was released again from January 19 to February 2, 2016, under the event name "Head Back into the Safari!" on 3DS and "A New Pokémon Safari Appears!" in the mobile version, running for the first time in the Mobile version.

This Safari also returned from November 1 to 15, 2016, but with the addition of Sunkern and Sunflora. During this run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally Exp. Booster S, Exp. Booster M or Exp. Booster L if the player had already caught that Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Carvanha Carvanha Dark 18.2% 3,710 4 5% (until Feb 2016)
17%
11% (until Feb 2016)
5%
5 N/A
Sharpedo Sharpedo Dark 2.3% 12,928 20 7% (until Feb 2016)
14%
2% (until Feb 2016)
4%
5 N/A
Spinda Spinda Normal 25% 5,899 12 3% (until Feb 2016)
4%
3% 5 N/A
Cherubi Cherubi Grass 25% 1,675 5 11% (until Feb 2016)
13%
7% (until Feb 2016)
2%
5 N/A
Cherrim Cherrim Grass 13.6% 8,549 10 5% (until Feb 2016)
13%
4% (until Feb 2016)
5%
5 N/A
Sunkern Sunkern Grass 10.2% 3,006 6 16% 4% 5 Added in repeat run (Nov 2016)
Sunflora Sunflora Grass 5.7% 4,723 8 20% 4% 5 Added in repeat run (Nov 2016)

Second release

The second Pokémon Safari first became available in the 3DS version from June 22 to July 7, 2015. It was later repeated under the title "Head Back into the Safari!" from November 9 to 24, 2015 on both versions.

During the initial run for 3DS, the Manectite became available through a simultaneous competitive stage that ran from June 29 to July 6, 2015. A similar event was done for Mobile.

This Safari also returned from July 12 to 26, 2016, but with the addition of Winking forms of Pikachu and Raichu. During this run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop Coins or an Exp. Booster M if the player had already caught that Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Electrike Electrike Electric 28.9% 5,512 12 8% 3% 5 N/A
Manectric Manectric Electric 4.4% 7,072 12 5% 3% 5 N/A
Darumaka Darumaka Fire 25.6% 2,859 7 10% 7% 5 N/A
Darmanitan Darmanitan Fire 8.9% 5,960 10 5% 6% 5 N/A
Stantler Stantler Normal 23.3% 1,972 7 25% 12% 5 N/A
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 5.6% 5,481 7 26% 2% 5 Winking
Added in repeat run (Jul 2016)
Raichu Raichu Electric 3.3% 440 2 36% 2% 5 Winking
Added in repeat run (Jul 2016)

Third release

The third Pokémon Safari was first available in the 3DS version from August 3 to 17, 2015.

During this event, the Garchompite became available through a simultaneous competitive stage that ran from August 7 to 17, 2015. It was repeated in the 3DS version and made available for the first time in the mobile version from December 8 to 22, 2015.

The Safari also returned from August 9 to 23, 2016. During this run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S or an Exp. Booster M if the player had already caught that Pokémon. It returned again on March 7 to 21, 2017, but with the addition of Winking form of Manaphy and Exp. Booster L.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Gible Gible Ground 25% 4,388 10 5% (until 2016)
6%
2% 5 N/A
Gabite Gabite Ground 10% 2,226 6 10% (until 2016)
15%
5% (Until 2016)
3%
5 N/A
Garchomp Garchomp Ground 3% 7,725 15 15% (until 2016)
13%
3% 5 N/A
Staryu Staryu Water 17% 1,888 8 8% (until 2016)
10%
2% (Until 2016)
3%
5 Eight Coins appear on board initially
Starmie Starmie Water 17% 5,704 13 6% (until 2016)
17%
2% 100 N/A
Furfrou Furfrou Normal 24% 3,120 13 10% (until 2016)
5%
3% (Until 2016)
2%
5 N/A
Phione Phione Water 2% 3,375 10 40% 3% (until 2016)
2%
5 N/A
Manaphy Manaphy Water 2% 4,334 5 26% 2% 5 Winking
Added in repeat run (Mar 2017)

Fourth release

The fourth Pokémon Safari was the first to use a different event title, and was available from October 12 to 26, 2015. This version of the Pokémon Safari was also the first to be released in Pokémon Shuffle Mobile. This was repeated under the event name "Head Back into the Safari!" from April 26 to May 10, 2016 for both versions.

Though Duskull and Dusclops were part of this Safari, Dusknoir was not; it was instead released as a Great Challenge stage at the same time as the Safari.

Since this Safari's debut, all Pokémon in it have reappeared in some way. All members of the Crobat family later appeared in the 12th release of the Pokémon Safari; this may be because Duskull, Dusclops, Pumpkaboo, and Gourgeist all appear in Graucus Hall.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Zubat Zubat Poison 20% 3,520 8 15% 2% 5 N/A
Golbat Golbat Poison 13.3% 5,850 10 8% 3% 5 N/A
Crobat Crobat Poison 3.3% 8,424 10 5% 2% 5 N/A
Duskull Duskull Ghost 20% 4,656 8 15% 2% 5 N/A
Dusclops Dusclops Ghost 3.3% 5,712 8 25% 3% 5 N/A
Pumpkaboo Pumpkaboo Ghost 26.7% 2,425 5 10% 2% 5 Coins appear on board intially and as disruptions
Gourgeist Gourgeist Ghost 13.3% 9,180 12 8% 2% 5 N/A

Fifth release

The fifth Pokémon Safari was first available from December 28, 2015 to January 11, 2016 for both versions.

Though Fletchling and Fletchinder were part of this Safari, Talonflame was not; it was instead released as a High-Speed Challenge stage at the same time as the Safari.

This Safari was repeated from November 15 to 29, 2016. During this run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S, Exp. Booster M or Exp. Booster L if the player had already caught that Pokémon. This Pokémon Safari is unique, where it is currently the only Safari not to be a 3-Pokémon Stage.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Numel Numel Ground 15% 6,280 15 10% 4% 5 N/A
Camerupt Camerupt Ground 2% 3,170 18 30% 3% 5 N/A
Roggenrola Roggenrola Rock 27% 2,940 12 10% 5% 5 N/A
Boldore Boldore Rock 15% 2,830 15 20% 4% 5 N/A
Gigalith Gigalith Rock 3% 3,360 18 19% 6% 5 N/A
Fletchling Fletchling Flying 28% 3,190 12 15% 3% 5 N/A
Fletchinder Fletchinder Fire 10% 2,670 15 20% 3% 5 Coins appear on board intially and in skyfalls

Sixth release

The sixth Pokémon Safari was first available from February 16 to March 1, 2016 for both versions.

This Safari was repeated from September 6 to 20, 2016. During this run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S or an Exp. Booster M if the player had already caught that Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Oddish Oddish Grass 16% 6,534 (Feb 2016 only)
5,808
9 5% 3% 5 Coins appear on board intially and as disruptions
On a 22+ combo, 5 Coins randomly spawn
5 more spawn on the next turn
Gloom Gloom Grass 13% 8,712 8 12% 4% 5 N/A
Vileplume Vileplume Grass 6% 6,534 9 23% 2% 5 N/A
Abra Abra Psychic 35% 5,087 7 5% 3% 5 N/A
Kadabra Kadabra Psychic 12% 13,068 9 18% 2% 5 Coins appear on board intially and as disruptions
On a 11+ combo, 6 Coins appear as part of a disruption
From then on, with a 22+ combo, 8 Coins appear instead
Alakazam Alakazam Psychic 3% 13,068 6 27% 2% 5 N/A
Tauros Tauros Normal 15% 5,585 9 15% 3% 5 N/A

Seventh release

The seventh Pokémon Safari was available from March 15 to 29, 2016 for both versions. Although Noibat was a part of this Safari, Noivern was not; it was instead released as a High-Speed Challenge stage at the same time as the Safari.

This Safari was repeated from January 10 to 24, 2017, but with the addition of Ledyba and Ledian. During this run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S, Exp. Booster M or Exp. Booster L if the player had already caught that Pokémon. It was repeated from April 4 to 18, 2017.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Houndour Houndour Fire 14% 4,176 8 12% 5% (2016 only)
3%
5 N/A
Houndoom Houndoom Fire 3% 6,090 7 29% (2016 only)
25%
2% (2016 only)
4%
5 N/A
Pineco Pineco Bug 14% 9,135 7 18% (2016 only)
15%
6% (2016 only)
2%
5 N/A
Forretress Forretress Bug 6% 8,004 8 18% (2016 only)
14% (Jan 2017 only)
15%
3% 5 N/A
Hoothoot Hoothoot Flying 18% 5,481 7 11% 3% (2016 only)
2%
5 Coins appear on board intially and as disruptions
On a 11+ combo, 6 Coins appear as part of a disruption
Noctowl Noctowl Flying 6% 8,613 9 20% (2016 only)
17%
2% 5 N/A
Noibat Noibat Flying 20% 3,915 5 14% (2016 only)
12%
3% (2016 only)
2%
5 N/A
Ledyba Ledyba Bug 14% 8,613 7 15% 2% 5 Added in repeat run (Jan 2017)
Ledian Ledian Bug 5% 5,407 8 16% 2% (Jan 2017 only)
4%
5 Added in repeat run (Jan 2017)

Eighth release

The eighth Pokémon Safari was available from March 29 to April 12, 2016 for both versions. This Safari was repeated from April 18 to 25, 2017, but with the addition of Vivillon (Poké Ball Pattern). During this run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S, Exp. Booster M or Exp. Booster L if the player had already caught that Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Cleffa Cleffa Fairy 34% 4,508 8 10% 2% 5
Clefairy Clefairy Fairy 12% 8,832 7 11% 3% 5 Coins appear on board intially and as disruptions
Clefable Clefable Fairy 7% 8,832 7 11% 5% 5 N/A
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 2% 600 2 20% 5% 5 Angry
Deerling Deerling Grass 28% 5,888 8 15% 2% 5 Spring Form
Sawsbuck Sawsbuck Grass 14% 4,830 7 12% 3% 5 Spring Form
Vivillon Vivillon Bug 3% 2,300 7 17% 4% 5 Poké Ball Pattern
Added in repeat run (Apr 2017)

Ninth release

The ninth Pokémon Safari was available from May 17 to 31, 2016 for both versions. It was repeated from July 26 to August 9, 2016 in both versions. In the repeat run, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S or an Exp. Booster M if the player had already caught the Pokémon.

In this Safari, each stage is set up such that if the Pokémon featured in it is brought as a Support Pokémon, a match will always be made at the start of the stage, triggering the opponent Pokémon to disrupt with multiple Coins. If not, the Pokémon will instead disrupt with a single Coin after the first move has been made.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Elgyem Elgyem Psychic 26.9% 4,659 7 10% 2% 5 Coins appear as disruptions
Beheeyem Beheeyem Psychic 8.6% 4,659 7 13% 2% 5 Coins appear as disruptions
Drowzee Drowzee Psychic 23.7% 4,719 6 15% 3% 5 Coins appear as disruptions
Hypno Hypno Psychic 8.6% 4,659 8 15% 3% 5 Coins appear as disruptions
Frillish Frillish Ghost 21.5% 4,659 7 12% 3% 5 Female
Coins appear as disruptions
Jellicent Jellicent Ghost 8.6% 3,993 6 15% 2% 5 Female
Coins appear as disruptions
Mesprit Mesprit Psychic 2.2% 10,437 15 22% 2% 5 Coins appear as disruptions

Tenth release

The tenth Pokémon Safari was available from June 21 to July 5, 2016 for both versions.

This Safari was repeated from January 24 to February 7, 2017 but with the addition of Winking forms of Snorunt and Glalie. During this run and future runs, the Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S, Exp. Booster M or Exp. Booster L if the player had already caught that Pokémon.

From June 20 to July 4, 2017, yet another version of this Safari was released. This one added two costumed Pikachu, in Magikarp and Gyarados costumes. This Safari came out at the same time that a Pikachu wearing a Shiny Gyarados costome became available as a Great Challenge. the winking forms of Snorunt and Glalie were not available for this release. On this run, the appearance odds don't add up to 100%, suggesting that some appearance rates have been rounded down in the available data.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Shellder Shellder Water 14.3% 4,892 8 15% 2% 5 Coins appear on board intially and as disruptions
Cloyster Cloyster Water 11.43% 6,448 7 18% 3% 100 N/A
Magikarp Magikarp Water 1.42% 4,224 5 25% 6% 5 Shiny
Coins appear on board initially and as disruptions
Gyarados Gyarados Water 2.85% 4,948 8 20% 2% 5 Shiny
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 2.85% 720 3 4% 12% 5 (Magikarp) Costume
Available June 2017 only
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 2.85% 590 7 4% 5% 5 (Gyarados) Costume
Available June 2017 only
Snorunt Snorunt Ice 6% 6,969 8 16% 4% 5 Winking
Available January 2017 only
Glalie Glalie Ice 3% 6,776 7 15% 3% 5 Winking
Available January 2017 only
Pidove Pidove Flying 31.43% 7,392 7 10% 3% 5 N/A
Tranquill Tranquill Flying 21.43% 7,392 7 15% 2% 5 N/A
Unfezant Unfezant Flying 11.43% 2,582 8 14% 4% 5 Coins appear as disruptions (until Feb 2017)

11th release

The 11th Pokémon Safari was available from September 20 to October 4, 2016 for both versions.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Aipom Aipom Normal 25% 3,872 8 8% 4% 5 N/A
Ambipom Ambipom Normal 13% 4,840 8 16% 5% 5 N/A
Sewaddle Sewaddle Bug 30% 5,808 6 10% 5% 5 N/A
Swadloon Swadloon Bug 13% 10,648 7 13% 4% 5 N/A
Leavanny Leavanny Bug 3% 9,680 9 20% 6% 5 Coins appear as disruptions
Cottonee Cottonee Grass 11% 7,260 6 19% 2% 100 Winking
Whimsicott Whimsicott Grass 5% 7,986 8 23% 3% 100 Winking

12th release

The 12th Pokémon Safari was available from October 18 to November 1, 2016 for both versions. Though it was titled as A New Pokémon Safari, it included three Pokémon from the fourth Pokémon Safari, as well as alternate forms of two more Pokémon from that same Safari. The Pokémon opponents could occasionally drop an Exp. Booster S, Exp. Booster M, or Exp. Booster L if the player had already caught the Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Zubat Zubat Poison 23% 3,520 8 15% 2% 5 N/A
Golbat Golbat Poison 13% 5,850 10 18% 5% 5 N/A
Crobat Crobat Poison 3% 8,424 10 20% 10% 5 N/A
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 2% 159 1 36% 0% 5 Spooky
Pumpkaboo Pumpkaboo Ghost 25% 7,260 8 16% 3% 5 Spooky
Gourgeist Gourgeist Ghost 10% 11,616 12 15% 2% 5 Spooky
Drifloon Drifloon Ghost 24% 3,388 6 12% 4% 5 N/A

13th release

The 13th Pokémon Safari was available from December 13 to 26, 2016 for both versions.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Vanillite Vanillite Ice 22% 3,045 7 12% 2% 5 Holiday
Cubchoo Cubchoo Ice 12% 3,045 7 12% 4% 5 Holiday
Snover Snover Ice 10% 1,000 4 14% 3% 5 Holiday
Coins appear on board intially and as disruptions
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 3% 400 2 13% 13% 5 Holiday
Lillipup Lillipup Normal 23% 3,045 7 12% 2% 5 N/A
Herdier Herdier Normal 17% 3,132 6 13% 2% 5 N/A
Stoutland Stoutland Normal 13% 3,480 6 16% 3% 5 N/A

14th release

The 14th Pokémon Safari was available from February 14 to 28, 2017 for both versions.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground 26% 6,167 8 9% 2% 5 N/A
Sandslash Sandslash Ground 8% 6,969 9 15% 2% 5 N/A
Barboach Barboach Ground 24% 6,969 7 14% 2% 5 N/A
Whiscash Whiscash Ground 11% 8,000 6 17% 4% 5 N/A
Zigzagoon Zigzagoon Normal 10% 4,107 8 13% 2% 5 N/A
Linoone Linoone Normal 20% 1,317 3 18% 4% 5 6 Coins appear on board intially
Rayquaza Rayquaza Flying 1% 3,480 13 19% 2% 100 Shiny

15th release

The 15th Pokémon Safari was available from March 21 to April 4, 2017 for both versions.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Krabby Krabby Water 28% 7,000 8 14% 2% 5 N/A
Kingler Kingler Water 12% 6,295 7 16% 2% 5 N/A
Goldeen Goldeen Water 26% 5,800 8 10% 2% 5 N/A
Seaking Seaking Water 10% 1,500 4 22% 2% 5 N/A
Minun Minun Electric 10% 3,100 6 17% 3% 5 N/A
Plusle Plusle Electric 10% 3,100 7 17% 3% 5 N/A
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 2% 2,700 6 30% 2% 5 Kimono Boy
Pikachu Pikachu Electric 2% 2,400 6 27% 3% 5 Kimono Girl

16th release

The 16th version of the Pokémon Safari was available from April 25 to May 9, 2017 for both versions. It was also the first to contain Pokémon found in Alola, with its release timed alongside several other events with Alola Pokémon.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Geodude Geodude Electric 36% 7,078 10 1% 2% 5 Alola Form
Graveler Graveler Electric 18% 5,808 10 11% 2% 5 Alola Form
Golem Golem Electric 3% 6,098 8 2% 5% 5 Alola Form
Salandit Salandit Poison 34% 4,954 8 5% 3% 5 N/A
Togedemaru Togedemaru Electric 9% 5,759 10 11% 2% 5 N/A

17th release

The 17th version of the Pokémon Safari was available from May 9 to 23, 2017 for both versions. As with the prior Safari, it contains Pokémon found in Alola, with four being Alola Forms of previously found Pokémon. The original release was part of a three week celebration welcoming Alola Pokémon to Pokémon Shuffle.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Rockruff Rockruff Rock 12% 3,465 7 11% 2% 5 N/A
Diglett Diglett Steel 33% 3,960 8 7% 2% 5 Alola Form
Dugtrio Dugtrio Steel 3% 2,970 6 18% 4% 5 Alola Form
Rattata Rattata Dark 33% 3,564 8 5% 2% 5 Alola Form
Raticate Raticate Dark 19% 2,673 6 13% 2% 5 Alola Form

18th release

The 18th version of the Pokémon Safari was available from May 23 to June 6, 2017 for both versions. As with the prior Safari, it contains Pokémon found in Alola, with the Vikavolt and Crabominable families being represented.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Grubbin Grubbin Bug 35% 3,728 7 4% 2% 5 N/A
Charjabug Charjabug Bug 13% 3,355 7 3% 4% 5 N/A
Vikavolt Vikavolt Bug 3% 3,465 7 13% 4% 5 N/A
Crabrawler Crabrawler Fighting 33% 2,663 6 7% 2% 5 N/A
Crabominable Crabominable Fighting 16% 3,515 6 9% 4% 5 N/A

19th release

The 19th version of the Pokémon Safari was available from June 6 to 20, 2017 for both versions. As with the prior Safari, it contains Pokémon found in Alola, with the Tsareena family represented. Meowth and Persian also appear in their Alola Forms.

Pokémon Type Encounter rate HP Moves Catchability EXP Notes
Base Bonus
Meowth Meowth Dark 9% 3,234 6 13% 3% 5 Alola Form
Persian Persian Dark 20% 3,234 6 16% 2% 5 Alola Form
Bounsweet Bounsweet Grass 36% 2,772 8 5% 2% 5 N/A
Steenee Steenee Grass 32% 3,234 7 10% 2% 5 N/A
Tsareena Tsareena Grass 3% 2,830 7 20% 3% 5 N/A

Try 'Em Items Stage

Try 'Em Items Stage (Japanese: アイテムフリーステージ Free Items Stage) is a type of Special Stage event that provides a special opportunity for players to use items for free in attempts to capture a Pokémon.

During the initial four weeks of Wobbuffet's availability on the 3DS version, the variety of items available for purchase before starting the stage increased every Monday; for instance, at initial release, the only item available was a Mega Start. Wobbuffet's HP and difficulty increased with the addition of new items. Wobbuffet gave a clear reward of only one Coin per attempt during its initial runs. In its initial Pokémon Shuffle Mobile and all repeat runs on both versions, the stage was made available with all four items on weekdays from August 31 to September 5, 2015 and again from February 16 to March 8, 2016. Thereafter, all items remained available on future runs.

All four items above were immediately available for both weeks of Carnivine's event with no stage differences. The Coin reward was 100 Coins for the first completion of this stage with no reward at all on later attempts. It was possible to earn the 100 Coins a second time after the 1.2.15 update became available on September 4, 2015. Up to this point, Wobbuffet was not available at all on weekends.

Starting with Wobbuffet's February 2016 appearance, both it and Carnivine became fully available every day of their periods, including on weekends. Starting with the July/August 2016 repeats of these stages, the stages required no Hearts to play.

From November 22, 2016 onwards (ver. 1.3.28 (3DS)/1.8.12 (Mobile)), Wobbuffet and Carnivine began appearing on alternating weeks from Tuesday to the next Tuesday.

On March 28, 2017, the female version of Wobbuffet appeared as a separately catchable Pokémon instead of the male version, appearing from March 28 to April 4, 2017, and again from April 11 to 18, 2017.

Starting April 25, 2017, Oranguru and Passimian appeared every other week instead of Wobbuffet and Carnivine, which are currently discontinued. Oranguru is the move-limited stage while Passimian is the timed stage.

Wobbuffet

Event Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Cost Availability Notes
Base Bonus
Wobbuffet Wobbles In! Wobbuffet Wobbuffet Psychic 8,888 10 1% 1% 3 1 Heart July 20 to 25, 2015 (3DS) Male
Wobbuffet Wobbles In! Wobbuffet Wobbuffet Psychic 8,888 10 1% 2% 3 1 Heart July 27 to August 1, 2015 (3DS) Male
Wobbuffet Wobbles In! Wobbuffet Wobbuffet Psychic 15,555 10 1% 2% 3 1 Heart August 3 to 8, 2015 (3DS) Male
Wobbuffet Wobbles In! Wobbuffet Wobbuffet Psychic 42,222 8 1% 2% 3 1 Heart August 10 to 15, 2015 (3DS) Male
Wobbuffet Wobbles In! Wobbuffet Wobbuffet Psychic 7,000 16 1% 3% 3 1 Heart August 31 to September 5, 2015 (Mobile only) Male
Wobbuffet Appears Wobbuffet Wobbuffet Psychic 7,000 16 1% 3% 3 0 Hearts (starting July 2016) February 16 to March 8, 2016 (Mobile only)
May 17 to 31, 2016
July 26 to August 9, 2016
September 20 to October 4, 2016
Male
Wobbuffet Appears Wobbuffet Wobbuffet Psychic 7,000 16 1% 3% 1 0 Hearts Every other week starting November 22 to 29, 2016
Discontinued on March 21, 2017
Male
Wobbuffet Appears Wobbuffet Wobbuffet Psychic 7,000 16 2% 2% 1 0 Hearts March 28 to April 4, 2017
April 11 to 18, 2017
Female

The schedule for pre-stage item availability in the 3DS version of the stage during its initial release was as follows:

Start date
(2015)
Items
Mega Start Disruption Delay Attack Power ↑ Complexity -1
July 20
July 27
August 3
August 10

Carnivine

Event Pokémon Type HP Time Catchability EXP Cost Availability
Base Bonus
Carnivine Crops Up! Carnivine Carnivine Grass 6,468 01:00 5% 3% 3 1 Heart August 31 to September 12, 2015 (3DS only)
Carnivine Appears Carnivine Carnivine Grass 6,468 01:00 5% 3% 3 0 Hearts (starting August 2016) February 2 to 6, 2016
May 24 to June 7, 2016
August 9 to 23, 2016
September 6 to 20, 2016
Carnivine Appears Carnivine Carnivine Grass 6,468 01:00 5% 3% 1 0 Hearts Every other week starting November 29, 2016
Discontinued on April 25, 2017

Oranguru

Event Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Cost Availability
Base Bonus
Oranguru Appears Oranguru Oranguru Psychic 7,000 14 2 1 1 0 Hearts Every other week starting April 25, 2017

Passimian

Event Pokémon Type HP Time Catchability EXP Cost Availability
Base Bonus
Passimian Appears Passimian Passimian Fighting 19,404 1:00 4% 2% 1 0 Hearts Every other week starting May 2, 2017

Weekly resource events

Meowth's Coin Mania

Meowth's Coin Mania (Japanese: ニャースコインゲット Nyarth's Coin GET) is a Special Stage that allows the player to obtain a large number of Coins in a single stage. The stage is only available during the 24-hour period in which it becomes available, and it may only be played a limited number times per period. This Meowth has an unlimited amount of HP, and thus cannot be "defeated" or caught.

Coins appear in this stage as a 5th Support Icon, meaning that Coins will appear pseudo-randomly among the other Support Pokémon on the initial board and in the skyfall. If the player gets a combo of 3 or more, Meowth will disrupt and replace three or (less frequently) five non-Coin icons currently on the board within two adjacent columns with Coins. Since this disruption does not rely on a countdown, if the disruption causes another combo of 3 or more, Meowth will disrupt repeatedly.

After completion of the stage, if there are no more attempts available, it will disappear until the next day it is available. On certain versions of the game, the stage will become locked after the first time it is played per period, with additional attempts becoming unlocked if the player spends a Jewel.

In the 3DS version, the initial period of availability was from February 21 to March 15, 2015, available on both Saturday and Sunday each week. On March 21, 2015, its availability was extended indefinitely. Starting in version 1.2.1, the stage is only available once each Sunday, with Tons of Exp. Points available on Saturdays instead. Starting on April 3, 2016, a Jewel can be spent to unlock this stage for three more attempts per period.

In Pokémon Shuffle Mobile, the stage is available on both Saturdays and Sundays but if Victini comes on a Saturday this stage appears on the Sunday only. The stage can be played once per day. Two additional attempts can be made per day in exchange for a Jewel for each attempt. Starting on January 31, 2016, a Jewel can be spent to unlock this stage for three more attempts instead of two. As of Mobile version 1.6.3, this stage is only available on Sundays.

In version 1.3.36 (3DS)/1.9.7 (Mobile), on February 18, 2017, the event period was temporarily changed to Saturday until Monday to celebrate the game's 2nd anniversary and this change also applied to the following week on February 25, 2017. However, in version 1.3.38 (3DS)/1.9.10 (Mobile), the period was changed again to Fridays until Mondays, effective from March 3, 2017. This was also the new regular event period.

In version 1.4.10 (3DS)/1.10.5 (Mobile), on April 28, 2017, Meowth (Alola Form) replaced Meowth.

Pokémon Type Moves EXP Cost Availability Notes
Meowth Meowth Normal 10 0 1 Heart Previously every Friday 6:00 AM to Monday 6:00 AM UTC (one Jewel for three more attempts per period)
Discontinued on April 25, 2017
N/A
Meowth Meowth Dark 10 0 1 Heart Currently every Friday 6:00 AM to Monday 6:00 AM UTC (one Jewel for three more attempts per period) Alola Form

Skill Booster M Stage!

Skill Booster M Stage! (Japanese: スキルパワーMゲットステージ Skill Power M GET Stage) (previously "Skill Booster S Stage!" until December 18, 2016) is a Special Stage featuring Eevee which, if cleared, will allow the player to obtain one or more Skill Booster Enhancements. During the stage, Eevee may drop up to three Skill Boosters - one Skill Booster S is guaranteed, but one additional Skill Booster S and one Skill Booster M each also have a chance to be dropped.

Similar to Meowth's Coin Mania and Tons of Exp. Points, the stage is only available during a 24-hour period. After each attempt of the stage, it will become locked; up to five Jewels may be spent to unlock the stage for additional attempts, with the stage disappearing after the sixth attempt. This stage first became available on June 9, 2016 and currently returns every Sunday.

Prior to Version 1.3.24 (3DS)/1.8.7 (Mobile), it was held on Thursdays and the maximum number of Jewels that could be used to unlock the stage was three. During this period, the stage was initially only occasionally available on Thursdays, at some point changing to be available every Thursday.

From version 1.3.31 (3DS)/1.9.2 (Mobile), a Skill Booster M is guaranteed to be dropped instead. Moreover, the event periods were extended for Competitive Stage weeks and nine jewels can be spent to unlock the stage for nine more attempts during this period.

In version 1.3.36 (3DS)/1.9.7 (Mobile), on February 12 and 19, 2017, the event periods were temporarily changed to Sundays until Wednesdays to celebrate the game's 2nd anniversary. It returned to the previous schedule on February 26, 2017. However, in version 1.3.38 (3DS)/1.9.10 (Mobile), the period was changed again to Saturdays until Wednesdays, regardless of whether there was a competitive stage on the week, effective from March 4, 2017. This was also the new regular event period. (However, for April 22, 2017, it ended on Tuesday, April 25, instead of Wednesday for a single time.)

Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Cost Availability
Base Bonus
Eevee Eevee Normal 1,806 7 100% 1% 100 1 Heart Currently every Saturday 6:00 AM to Wednesday 6:00 AM UTC (nine Jewels for nine more attempts per period)

Tons of Exp. Points

Tons of Exp. Points (Japanese: ビクティニで経験値ゲット Victini's Experience Points GET) is a Special Stage that allows a player to obtain a large number of experience points with a single Heart, as well as a chance to catch the Mythical Pokémon Victini. The stage operates similarly to Meowth's Coin Mania and Skill Booster S Stage! in that the stage appears in 24-hour periods and can only be played a limited number of times in each period, after which it disappears. In certain versions of the game, the stage can only be played once per period; in others it can be played multiple times per period, but the stage will be locked after each attempt, requiring a Jewel to unlock.

In the 3DS version, the event "Exp. Points from Victini!" was made available on May 30, 2015 for the first time. From May 30, 2015 to March 26, the stage was only able to be played once per 24-hour period. From April 2, 2016 to July 16, 2016, the stage became locked after each attempt, and players could spend a Jewel to unlock it for one additional attempt per Jewel. During this period, the maximum number of Jewels that could be spent was three per 24-hour period. The stage is available every Saturday for 24 hours (Saturday 6:00 AM to Sunday 6:00 AM UTC time).

In the Mobile version, Victini first became available in version 1.2.4. While the stage data was the same, players could spend up to two Jewels for one additional attempt per Jewel in each 24-hour period. From January 30, 2016 to July 16, 2016, the total number of Jewels that could be spent was increased to three.

From July 19, 2016 onwards, the total number of Jewels that could be spent to unlock additional attempts was increased to five in both versions.

Prior to Mobile version 1.6.3, Victini appeared every other Saturday; thereafter it became a regular weekly event like in the 3DS version. Starting on May 31, 2016, Victini also began to appear occasionally on Tuesday in both versions. Thus far, its Tuesday appearances have coincided with Competitive Stages.

From August 2, 2016 onwards (ver. 1.3.16 (3DS)/1.7.4 (Mobile)), the total experience gained from the stage was increased by 25%.

From November 22, 2016 onwards (ver. 1.3.28 (3DS)/1.8.12 (Mobile)), it became a regular event for Competitive Stage week, too and Victini appeared on both Tuesdays (for 24 hours and five jewels can be used to unlock additional attempts) and Saturdays (to Tuesdays and nine jewels can be used.)

From December 20, 2016 onwards (ver. 1.3.31 (3DS)/1.9.2 (Mobile)), the total experience gained from the stage was doubled.

In version 1.3.36 (3DS)/1.9.7 (Mobile), on February 11 and 18, 2017, the event period were temporarily changed to Saturdays until Wednesdays to celebrate the game's 2nd anniversary. It returned to the previous schedule on February 25, 2017. However, in version 1.3.38 (3DS)/1.9.10 (Mobile), the period was changed again to Sundays until Wednesdays, regardless of whether there was a competitive stage on the week, effective from March 5, 2017. (However, for April 23, 2017, it ended on Tuesday, April 25 for a single time.)

In version 1.4.10 (3DS)/1.10.5 (Mobile), on April 30, 2017, Magearna replaced Victini.

Pokémon Type HP Moves Catchability EXP Cost Availability
Base Bonus
Victini Victini Psychic 2,016 7 2% 3% 1,000 1 Heart Previously every Sunday 6:00 AM to Wednesday 6:00 AM UTC (nine Jewels for nine more attempts per period)
Discontinued on April 25, 2017
Magearna Magearna Fairy 2,016 7 2% 3% 1,000 1 Heart Currently every Sunday 6:00 AM to Wednesday 6:00 AM UTC (nine Jewels for nine more attempts per period)

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Main Stages Puerto BlancoSandy BazaarNight FestivalIsla AsulRainbow Park
Galerie RougeSweet StrasseSilbern MuseumMt. VinterCastle Noapte
Jungle VerdeWacky WorkshopPedra ValleyAlbens TownRoseus Center
Desert UmbraVioleta PalaceBlau SalonGraucus HallNacht Carnival
Prasino Woods
Expert Stages Expert Stages
Special Stages Commemorative EventCompetitive StageDaily Pokémon
Escalation BattleAn Evolving Challenge!Great Challenge
High-Speed ChallengeSpecial ChallengeUltra Challenge
One Chance a Day!Pokémon SafariMeowth's Coin Mania
Skill Booster M Stage!Tons of Exp. PointsTry 'Em Items Stage
Survival Mode Survival Mode


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