Talk:List of Korean region serial code event Pokémon distributions in Generation VI

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I'm new to editing here. I have pictures of some of the serial codes but I'm not sure how to properly add them so they can match the site style.

Here is an album of pictures related to the recent event Mareep (and anyone is free to use them here): http://imgur.com/a/zk1Li

Here is an album of misc. Korean serial codes that I'll continue to work on when I have time (again, free to use): http://imgur.com/a/6vO3V

Leocul (talk) 13:54, 18 September 2015 (UTC) I have a new/better picture of the Shaymin Serial Code, but since I don't have permission to upload, here is a link to it anyone can use to update: http://imgur.com/aJ4X0Ot

Leocul (talk) 02:00, 4 October 2015 (UTC)

I am still intending to ask around for pictures of older Serial Code cards that could be used here (in particular Jirachi and Gengar). In the meantime, here is a picture of the Mareep Guidebook: ---- (link removed because for me to add new external links Bulbapedia is asking me to enter a CAPTCHA that I don't see anywhere in Chrome/IE; you can find the pics in the album with the link I shared at the top of this Talk page though) (the code doesn't look too special, but here it is anyway: ---- (link removed because for me to add new external links Bulbapedia is asking me to enter a CAPTCHA that I don't see anywhere in Chrome/IE; you can find the pics in the album with the link I shared at the top of this Talk page though))

Leocul (talk) 16:25, 23 December 2015 (UTC)

New Korean Distribution Info

New Korean Serial Code events announced on the Official Korean Site: http://pokemonkorea.co.kr/?inc=movie-m18-gift_place I'd love to add them myself, but I'm still new and I don't have time to do it very accurately and thoroughly at the moment, but I thought I'd share them here if anyone is looking to help. Details of the Pokemon are as follows (translated by me):

The Groudon is level 100. It has the moves Fire Punch, Solar Beam, Hammer Arm, and Rock Slide. It is Adamant and holds a Choice Band. Its ability is Drought.

The Kyogre is level 100. It has the moves Water Spout, Thunder, Sheer Cold, and Ice Beam. It is Timid and holds a Choice Scarf. Its ability is Drizzle.

The Dialga is level 100. It has the moves Metal Burst, Overheat, Roar of Time, and Flash Cannon. It is Modest and holds an Adamant Orb. Its ability is Telepathy (HA).

The Palkia is level 100. It has the moves Earth Power, Aura Sphere, Spacial Rend, and Hydro Pump. It is Timid and holds a Lustrous Orb. Its ability is Telepathy (HA).

The Kyurem is level 100. It has the moves Glaciate, Scary Face, Draco Meteor, and Iron Head. It is a Random nature and holds a Life Orb. Its ability is Pressure.

Distribution Info (my summary of what the Korean says):

Starting today, you can order a calendar on the Pokemon Store Korea, and it will come with a serial code for a Pokemon of your choosing (Groudon, Kyogre, Dialga, Palkia, or Kyurem). Korean serial codes only work on Korean consoles and games. The calendar also comes with a reserve movie tickets, and instructions in Korean on how to use it are available on the product page at the Pokemon Store Korea site. (I ordered and I didn't get a serial code from the site, so it looks like the serial code will come in the package.) Side note, there are 2 versions of the calendar, an artbook style one, and a "desktop" one (for having on a desk, not a computer/digital one).

Then, Nov. 20th~Dec. 7 at the Cheongnyangni Lotte Dept. Store 8F Gallery and Dec. 10~Dec. 27th at the Jamsil Lotte Dept. Store 12F Gallery you will be able to purchase these calendar sets in person and get one of those 5 Pokemon via infrared (which will work even if you don't have a Korean 3DS). They don't say if it's for sure you can choose which Pokemon you get via infrared though when you buy it in person.

Finally, at 5 theaters in Korea from Dec. 23~27 you can get an event Pokemon after confirming your movie ticket. They don't specify if this is infrared or code though. Of the 5 theaters, 1 will be in Seoul, 1 in Gyeonggi, 1 in Daejeon, 1 in Gwangju, and 1 in Busan.

Leocul (talk) 16:40, 3 November 2015 (UTC)

Serial Code Card Pictures

Here is a picture of the serial code card for the Dahara City Pokemon: [1]

The code cards look the same for all the Pokemon, but in the box with the code it specifies which Pokemon the code is for. I also have a better shot of the Manaphy code card without the pencil mark. Minor change, but here it is: [2]

I am a new user and cannot upload images. These are pictures of the code cards I took myself, and they are free for anyone to use or add to the article if available. Eventually I'll have codes for each of the 5 Pokemon, and if more would be helpful I'd be glad to share them after they are used as well.

Leocul (talk) 07:49, 22 November 2015 (UTC)

Also, I have updated the wondercard text for Dialga. Here are some pictures of my Dialga redeem as proof [3]. The texts for the other Pokemon are probably just the same, only with their respective Pokemon replaced (however I didn't edit them in since I cannot confirm). If that is the case, here would be the respective texts:

Kyogre: 영화 개봉 기념 선물!<br/>후파와 함께 가이오가를 "링의 소환~!" Groudon: 영화 개봉 기념 선물!<br/>후파와 함께 그란돈를 "링의 소환~!" Dialga: 영화 개봉 기념 선물!<br/>후파와 함께 디아루가를 "링의 소환~!" Palkia: 영화 개봉 기념 선물!<br/>후파와 함께 펄기아를 "링의 소환~!" Kyurem: 영화 개봉 기념 선물!<br/>후파와 함께 큐레무를 "링의 소환~!"

Manaphy

So was Manaphy guaranteed 3 perfect IVs? I ask because it isn't in the undiscovered egg group JMVB - I don't what to put here. (talk) 18:14, 30 November 2015 (UTC)

I just checked my 8 Manaphy that I redeemed myself. I only soft reset them for nature, and all 8 of them had exactly 3 perfect IVs, so yes, they were guaranteed 3 perfect IVs. Leocul (talk) 16:25, 23 December 2015 (UTC)

2015 Movie Hoopa/Arceus Code Card Picture

Once again I have some pictures of the code card for the most recent Korean Serial Code event. I am unable to upload myself, but I have uploaded elsewhere and this site is free to use it. Both the Hoopa and the Arceus code are listed on the same sheet (Hoopa on top, Arceus on bottom). Here it is: ---- (link removed because for me to add new external links Bulbapedia is asking me to enter a CAPTCHA that I don't see anywhere in Chrome/IE; you can find the pics in the album with the link I shared at the top of this Talk page though)

I'm not sure if this picture would be useful elsewhere on this site, but I also have a picture of the TCG Promo card that was given away. Anyone is free to use it here or on any other site, and if a better picture would be useful I can try to take a better one/crop it and such. Here it is: ---- (link removed because for me to add new external links Bulbapedia is asking me to enter a CAPTCHA that I don't see anywhere in Chrome/IE; you can find the pics in the album with the link I shared at the top of this Talk page though)

Leocul (talk) 16:25, 23 December 2015 (UTC)