On the 12th of August (the last day of the WCS), a Pokémon will be distributed:
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM to English, Italian, and French games.
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM to Japanese, German, and Spanish games.
It's a Flying Pikachu at Level 50 with it's hidden ability, Lightningrod, has the OT of WORLD12, and the Event Ribbon.
Last edited by Nintendo1252; Aug 22nd, 2012 at 01:07 PM.
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Sorry, but seeing that you are encouraging people to use bulbapedia as their reference, I'm closing this.
No one should be encouraged to visit that site as they often have errors, are now owned by some kind of evil media company, and the staff had a secret child porn forum in the bulbagarden forums (among other dubious behavior). - Guested
Its only a Flying Pikachu...
OT: WORLD12 / WORLD12Today Pokémon video game players can receive Flying Pikachu to their Pokémon Black Version or Pokémon White Version games. This is a Pokémon that can’t be obtained during normal gameplay, and you can use it to Fly around in your game!
Item: Light Ball
Was anyone able to attend the event though?
is it the same of the japanese ana flying pikachu?
^ With the exception of the different Ribbon, it wouldn't surprise me if it was.
The Password for the Worlds Championship C-gear is: WCSCGEAR2012
As I suspected, this distribution was also for korean games. Here is the confirmation of what i said,
Pokémon Korea WCS
Note: Can not read the Wonder Card because the picture is very small, but the name of the Pokémon and their descriptions are in korean.
Gotta catch em all!
Yeah, I've seen that on a blog recently, but first time seeing the WC image on the left.
The blogger is Korean but also collects Japanese events on his Japanese game. He had a picture of the Japanese WC that was on a Japanese game, but had the English title of "Soar to Victory!" And this image you have posted seems to show that same English title on the WC and distro text (bottom screen) but the WC description (which is set by the game data, not actual text) is in Korean, like the Japanese one was in Japanese.
The running theory right now is:
Japanese and Korean games were able to get the WC, but it was just a copy of the English WC (Pokemon nickname and world region is set by the game, but WC is English).
European language games each had their own title for their version of the WC. We've seen this in the German one that has been contributed, and reported at filb.de.
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