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Talk:List of glitches (Generation VII)

Accuracy bug?

I was playing Pokemon Sun, and I had my Vulpix with max affection use Ice Beam against an Absol with no stat changes, and it said that the Wild Absol avoided the hit. Since neither Vulpix or Absol have abilities that lower accuracy, and Ice Beam has 100 percent accuracy, this should not have been possible. Could the affection bonus of avoiding hits be improperly applying to enemy Pokemon? Nairbnroh (talk) 23:41, 14 December 2016 (UTC)

Wild Absol in Tapu Village can use Double Team. It probably did that without you noticing. -- Umbee (talk) 03:50, 18 December 2016 (UTC)

GTS Filter Bug

I found a weird GTS bug that affects Pheromosa and Kartana. If you search for either species without any level filters, you'll only see results for ones at level 60. To see any at higher levels, you need to select a filter for a specific level range. I'm led to believe this is a glitch because if you do a search for "level 61 to 70", you'll get lots of results for people asking for common Pokémon, and I've been able to take my time trading for them. If they were showing up in the unfiltered results as they should be, there's no way I'd be seeing and successfully trading for so many of such offers.

My questions are, what's causing this glitch, and why does it only (to my knowledge) affect those two species in particular? -- Umbee (talk) 03:50, 18 December 2016 (UTC)

This issue is just because both are found in the wild at Level 60, and thus, most players are catching them and then trading them. Does not look like there is any glitch. --Super goku (talk) 04:14, 18 December 2016 (UTC)
I already explained why it's a glitch. You didn't answer anything. -- Umbee (talk) 15:44, 18 December 2016 (UTC)
The answer is that, in my opinion, this is simply not a glitch. Instead, there is a much greater group of Level 60 Pokémon vs Level 61+ Pokémon that is causing this. --Super goku (talk) 08:19, 19 December 2016 (UTC)
People don't put Pokémon on the GTS that fast, nor would an easy trade for a legendary sit for hours at a time (I counted) unless there was something preventing most people from seeing it. I've been observing the GTS listings for these species, with and without the filter, very carefully before concluding that something is amiss. Don't dismiss me just because you think you have an easy answer. -- Umbee (talk) 22:04, 19 December 2016 (UTC)
I've observed similar things in past generations; it was extremely hard to find Pokémon for levels they couldn't be obtained at (Legendaries in particular) when you didn't specify levels, but if you searched for higher levels specifically, there was a chance you'd get "easier" trades. Back then at least, global trading mechanics were weird sometimes, but I wouldn't wanna say they were necessarily glitchy. So, if you found a glitch, you apparently didn't do a good job explaining why it is a glitch. (And, to be honest with you, it seems to be very rude to say what you said when Super goku was only trying to help you out.) Nescientist (talk) 08:48, 20 December 2016 (UTC)
I honestly never noticed that before, despite spending an unhealthy amount of time on the GTS in multiple generations, so I figured something was wrong. I probably was being rude, and I'm sorry; I thought I was explaining well enough and was frustrated that I wasn't being understood. -- Umbee (talk) 22:28, 21 December 2016 (UTC)

AI acting weird against Komala with Comatose

So, I saw a video (from 26:00 onwards) where a Komala was up against Faba's Hypno. Hypno just repeatedly used Hypnosis against it, despite it not working. This also occurred again in the rematch against Faba post-game. And I also remember it happening against someone else in Marriland's playthrough. It seems the AI doesn't understand that you can't put a Pokemon with Comatose asleep and will repeatedly try anyway. Would this count as a glitch, or is it just bad AI? ☆TheSolarDragon☆ 11:05, 22 December 2016 (UTC)

I think that's just bad AI. This just so happens to be the part of the game I am up to right now, I went and caught a Komala to try it out (although it did mean it was fairly low level). It did seem to use Hypnosis a lot, but it also used Psychic occasionally. It didn't even try to use Nightmare until running out of PP in Hypnosis.
Hau's AI attacking his own ally is definitely a bug; this doesn't seem to be. --SnorlaxMonster 12:05, 22 December 2016 (UTC)

Aparentally, they fixed some bugs for Safari Ball, but...

So, I put yesterday the glitch involving the Safari Ball. I've been testing since today morning if this glitch persists and aparentally it only persists for Generation III Pokémon, since my Gen IV Great Marsh Azumarill was not passing throught Battle Spot, but now is. Althought, my Gen III Pokémon still banned and I am seeing a lot of players complaining about the same thing but involving Dream Balls and non-Gen V Introduced Pokémon. I'll update the page putting informations about Dream Ball, but is it correct to put Safari Ball glitch as being fixed? I won't change it for being fixed until get a answer. HilbertCalderon (talk) 18:39, 30 January 2017 (UTC)

Poké Pelago acting weird when the month changes

Somebody on /vp/ discovered that when the date changes from 11:59pm on January 31st to 12am on February 1st, all time-based things in Poké Pelago instantly complete, i.e. berries growing on Aplenny, explorations on Aphun and play sessions on Evelup, and later on they or somebody else posted this video showcasing how to do it. Is there any chance that somebody willing to mess with their 3DS's time could try it out with a different month or see what other things might get affected, like the bean crates or Pokémon bathing in Isle Avue, or if it works on both versions 1.0 and 1.1? Azureprism (talk) 13:00, 1 February 2017 (UTC)

Pokémon Refresh Cry Glitch

Although I have no means of recording evidence, I've seen that, when entering Pokémon Refresh with Black or White Kyurem, its cry will always be of the form it is currently taking. However, someone who can record this would be appreciated. Therian Formes of the Forces of Nature will also retain their cries. Flying Forretress (talk) 14:08, 04 February 2017 (UTC)

Odd Damage Taking Glitch?

After EV training my Dewpider in HP, I checked its summary to see that it had somehow taken one point of damage (22/23 HP). I have never sent it out in a battle, nor had it taken damage previously. Any possible answers are appreciated. Flying Forretress (talk) 22:01, 17 February 2017 (UTC)

A few odd things I've noticed

I've noticed a few things that were kind of glitchy, so I thought I'd mention them. Note that I have the latest update so I have no idea if the following could happen in the previous update or are exclusive to this one.

1. When recieving an Alolan Exeggutor via trade, the model glitches out, causing the head to appear at the bottom of the screen momentarilly before going back to it's normal position. 2. On the GTS, I've noticed that, when selecting a Pokemon to search for and one with multiple formes, for example e.g Shellos and Frillish in this example, it sometimes will display another one of it's forms, even when the other form hasn't been encountered. 3. The writing in the text box is often blurry and can be hard to see. I thought this was a problem exclusive to my copy of Sun, until I saw the same problem in my copy of Moon.

If you'd like proof of these, then I'm afraid I can't provide photo proof of the latter two as I don't know how to, unless someone kindly lets me know how. But I'm happy to trade with anyone and trade them an Alolan Exeggutor so they can see the glitch for themselves. (Do you know...The Muffin Man? (talk) 23:26, 21 March 2017 (UTC))

1 is odd, and a screenshot would be good. I've noticed that you cannot see its head in the PC (but thought it may be intended). 2 doesn't sound like a glitch to me, and I've always interpreted a slight blurriness as a leftover from them dropping 3D mode in the last minute. Nescientist (talk) 18:08, 22 March 2017 (UTC)
I've managed to take a photo of it and uploaded it onto photobucket, a link to it is here, make sure you copy and paste the full link as it might not work otherwise: http://s1376.photobucket.com/user/Luminoot/media/image_zpstfdfxvti.jpeg.html?filters[user]=146314630&filters[recent]=1&filters[publicOnly]=1&sort=1&o=0 Let me know if it doesn't work or if you would like a better image. It might look a tad bit odd as I used my partner's phone to capture it, as I sadly don't own a capture card, so let me know if it doesn't work or if you require a better image. I think it's head not appearing when looking at it in the PC is probably intentional, since it's so tall. - unsigned comment from PixelMuffin (talk • contribs)

Is this a glitch?

When I was battling Nebby in both Sun and Moon, I noticed Lillie was missing her outline. Is this worth putting here or was this intentional since she was in the background? --PKMNAdventurer (talk) 16:46, 29 April 2017 (UTC)

Festival Plaza information glitches

Some people have been telling me that sometimes information in the Festival Plaza doesn't display correctly. This is where I got this information: https://pokemondb.net/pokebase/280641/friend-check-hatched-festival-plaza-does-display-correctlyhttps://pokemondb.net/pokebase/273403/doesnt-festival-plaza-show-that-encountered-shiny-pokemon Is this a glitch? sumwun (talk) 15:21, 2 June 2017 (UTC)

Battle Spot false positives

Someone told me that, when a Rotom outside its base form is transferred from Generation 6, it can't be entered unless it reverts to base form and is re-transformed. Another person told me that, for whatever reason, a team consisting of the old form Raichu, Pachirisu, and Tapu Koko is illegal. Read this for more information: https://pokemondb.net/pokebase/278906/unable-use-raichu-pachirisu-tapu-koko-battle-spot-read-infohttps://pokemondb.net/pokebase/275638/rotom-formes-unusable-in-sun-and-moon-online-battles Can I at least add the Rotom thing to the list of false positives? sumwun (talk) 15:26, 2 June 2017 (UTC)

Ultra Beast Portal (Moon) (Failure to transfer to ultra portal in the summoning of lunala) and the failure to see Mrs. Wicke in the ultra beast mission at the end of the game (Sun)

A lot of the transfers (on regular 3ds xl) from changing events to characters not popping up has been a constant struggle since the update. When I was playing moon I kept trying to get to the Final battle between me and Lusamine when the glitch kept literally restarting my game and not going past it. With a friend they can't see Ms. Wicke several times for some unseen reason. I really need to address these issue's cause those who don't save constantly might have trouble with this and more glitches I found in game.

Tutrenium (talk) 23:31, 6 March 2018 (UTC)

Festival Plaza VIP ranking/statistics glitch

This is a follow-up to the 1½-year-old #Festival Plaza information glitches question. I have noticed that when you connect to a friend in Festival Plaza via Local Wireless (as opposed to the Internet), his/her records and rankings display in full (with meaningful numbers and no hyphens), but when you save and quit the game and then resume it, many times (I could say most of the time based on my own experience) many of those records get mysteriously discarded and replaced with hyphens, thus skewing the rankings way down to the bottom. This happens in all games with a Festival Plaza (S/M/US/UM) and happens regardless of whether your friend is a guest or a VIP (as I have confirmed with my two copies of S and UM played on two separate 3DS devices with friend codes registered on each other and each game’s player character VIP’d to each other). Very rarely do such records get permanently saved, and when they do get saved, the friend’s last three actions (whether he/she won something at the Loto ID, used a Ride Pokémon at a certain location, etc.) don’t get saved as a side effect. Only once did everything related to my VIP friend got saved in my game, but not vice-versa.

This is similar but different from the issue that happens when 50 Internet guests join your Plaza and only a few of those guests get their records fully loaded onto your rankings list during your whole session (and even so, after saving and quitting, only a handful of those few guests remain with full records). This is the glitch discussed in https://pokemondb.net/pokebase/280641/friend-check-hatched-festival-plaza-does-display-correctly as mentioned in the old talk section mentioned above. Typically in my case, when I connect to the Net and then disconnect, I end up with ten guests with meaningful records (ranking from 1 to 10) and 40 guests with no records at all (thus all ranking as 11), and then after saving, quitting, and resuming, those top ten guests get reduced to two guests with full or partial records (ranking 1 to 2) with the other eight joining the 40 record-less guests (now all ranking as 3), as if all their records were discarded after saving and quitting the game.

I believe this should be listed as a potential glitch or bug affecting S/M/US/UM. --SilSinn (Pokémon Sun TID: 768426; Pokémon Ultra Moon TID: 123446) (talk) 22:26, 3 December 2018 (UTC)

Sours: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Talk:List_of_glitches_(Generation_VII)

Fashion item

Fashion items are clothing and accessories that can be bought at apparel shops in Alola. Most of them can also be obtained from visitors at Festival Plaza for Festival Coins (FC) at 1/100 of their regular cost (rounded down). Visitors will offer a random fashion item they are wearing (with a few exceptions, like white items that can be dyed), providing a chance for players to obtain fashion items they otherwise would not be able to.

Locations

Apparel shops are located in each of the major cities in Alola.

Independent sellers with rarer items can also be found in the Malie Community Center and at the Po TownPokémon Center.

Dye Houses

Dye houses in Festival Plaza can dye white items (except Flower-Print Top, Ribbed Capris, Casual Shorts, Sporty Knee Socks, Low-TopSneakers, eyewear, and hair accessories) to be different variations on most of the simple colors (red, yellow, green, blue, orange, navy blue, purple, and pink). There are three variations possible depending on the level of the dye house: pastel colors (all levels), dark colors (★★★ and ★★★★★ only), and bright colors (★★★★★ only). Dyed items can also be re-dyed to white. These items, white or dyed, cannot be obtained from Festival Plaza visitors in exchange for FC.

List of male fashion items

Pokémon Sun and Moon introduced a total 319 male fashion items (including the 6 default items), with a total cost of PokémonDollar.png8,257,040. Of these, 190 can be obtained in shops in either Sun or Moon (65 being obtainable in both), costing PokémonDollar.png4,775,790 in Sun or PokémonDollar.png4,900,790 in Moon; the remainder can only be obtained from visitors at Festival Plaza.

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon added an additional 33 male items (including the 6 new default items), for a new grand total of 352 male fashion items costing overall PokémonDollar.png10,708,944. Of these, 222 can be obtained in shops in either Ultra Sun or Ultra Moon (92 being obtainable in both), costing PokémonDollar.png7,218,694 in Ultra Sun or PokémonDollar.png7,343,694 in Ultra Moon; the remainder can only be obtained from Festival Plaza visitors.

Tops

Top Japanese Patterns by availability Price Location
SMUSUMSUSMUM
Casual Striped Tee カジュアルボーダーTシャツ Casual Striped T-ShirtBlack Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png980 Hau'oli City
Plain Tee Tシャツ T-ShirtWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png980 Hau'oli City
Tropical Tee††なんごくTシャツ Tropical T-ShirtCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefault
Flower-Print Tee はながらTシャツ Flower-Print T-ShirtCustomPokémonDollar.png980 Hau'oli City
Necktie Tee ネクタイTシャツ Necktie T-ShirtCustomPokémonDollar.png4,980 Konikoni City
Chatot Tee ペラップTシャツ Perap T-ShirtCustomPokémonDollar.png4,980 Konikoni City
Cherrim Tee チェリムTシャツ Cherrim T-ShirtCustomPokémonDollar.png4,980 Konikoni City
Argyle Tee アーガイルTシャツ Argyle T-ShirtCustomPokémonDollar.png4,980 Konikoni City
Leppa Tee ヒメリTシャツ Himeri T-ShirtCustomPokémonDollar.png4,980 Konikoni City
Tank Top タンクトップ Tank TopWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png980 Hau'oli City
Surfing Tank なみのりタンクトップ Surfing Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png980 Hau'oli City
Collegiate Tank カレッジタンクトップ College Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png980 Hau'oli City
Alola Sea Tank アローラかいタンクトップ Alola Sea Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png980 Hau'oli City
Bone Keeper Tank ホネズキタンクトップ Bone-Lover Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png6,800 Heahea City
Iconic Top グレートマンタンクトップ Great Man Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png6,800 Heahea City
Wolf Tank ウルフタンクトップ Wolf Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png6,800 Heahea City
Hard Scale Tank ソウコウタンクトップ Hard Scale Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png6,800 Heahea City
Dark Tank ダークタンクトップ Dark Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png6,800 Heahea City
Sandygast Tank スナバァタンクトップ Sunaba Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png2,900 Konikoni City
Luvdisc Tank ラブカスPタンクトップ Lovecus P Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png2,900 Konikoni City
Sporty Tank スポーツタンクトップ Sports Tank TopSludge PokémonDollar.png12,500 Heahea City
Legendary, Seed Poison Bee PokémonDollar.png6,280 Konikoni City
Fruit Sea Cucumber Jellyfish, Woolly Crab PokémonDollar.png6,280 Malie City
Athletic Tank スポーツふうタンクトップ Athletic Tank TopBeige Pink Green PokémonDollar.png4,000 Konikoni City
Skull Tank スカルタンクトップ Skull Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png10,000 Po Town
Collared Shirt ボタンシャツ Button-Up ShirtWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png49,500 Hau'oli Mall
Pinstripe Collared Shirt ストライプボタンシャツ Striped Button-Up ShirtWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png49,500 Hau'oli Mall
Polo Shirt ポロシャツ Polo ShirtWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png1,120 Hau'oli City
Star-Print Polo スターパターンポロシャツ Star Pattern Polo ShirtWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png5,800 Heahea City
Active TankUSUMアクティブトップ Active TopCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefault
Trial Guide TeeUSUMしれんサポーターTシャツ Trial Supporter T-ShirtCustomPokémonDollar.pngIlima's house
Poké Ball TeeUSUMキャッチTシャツ Catch T-ShirtCustomPokémonDollar.png4,800 Heahea City
Pikachu ShirtUSUMピカシャツ Pika ShirtCustomPokémonDollar.pngPikachu Valley
Karate Gi JacketUSUMカラテゴロモ Karate RobesCustomPokémonDollar.pngGame Freak office
Kommo-o BreastplateUSUMジャラブレスト Jyara BreastCustomPokémonDollar.png500,000 Hau'oli Mall
Alola ShirtUSUMアローラシャツ Alola ShirtWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png1,800 Hau'oli City
†/‡: Default item in SM/USUM, not directly selectable, but worn if no other top is
††/‡‡: Default item in selectable fashion inventory in SM/USUM (not worn by default)

Bottoms

Bottoms Japanese Patterns by availability Price Location
SMUSUMSUSMUM
Ribbed Capris リブつき7ぶたけパンツ Ribbed Three-Quarter PantsWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png5,250 Malie City
Plain Cargo Shorts カーゴハーフパンツ Cargo ShortsWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png4,500 Heahea City
Camo Cargo Shorts めいさいカーゴハーフパンツ Camo Cargo ShortsGreen Gray Blue PokémonDollar.png5,800 Malie City
Patterned Cargo Shorts カーゴパンツ Cargo PantsFlowers Striped PokémonDollar.png12,800 Heahea City
Sporty Long Shorts スポーティハーフパンツ Sporty ShortsSludge PokémonDollar.png8,900 Heahea City
Legendary, Seed Poison Bee PokémonDollar.png3,980 Konikoni City
Fruit Sea Cucumber Jellyfish, Woolly Crab PokémonDollar.png3,980 Malie City
Athletic Long Shorts スポーツふうハーフパンツ Athletic ShortsBeige Pink Green PokémonDollar.png3,400 Konikoni City
Capri Pants クロップドパンツ Cropped PantsWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png1,120 Hau'oli City
Cutoff Jeans 7ぶたけデニムジーンズ Three-Quarters JeansLight Blue Blue, Navy Blue Black, Faded Black PokémonDollar.png15,800 Malie City
Active ShortsUSUMアクティブボトム Active BottomsCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefault
Karate Gi PantsUSUMカラテズボン Karate PantsCustomPokémonDollar.pngGame Freak office
Kommo-o TassetsUSUMジャラタセット Jyara TassetsCustomPokémonDollar.png500,000 Hau'oli Mall
†/‡: Default item in SM/USUM, not directly selectable, but worn if no other bottoms are

Socks

Socks Japanese Patterns by availability Price Location
SMUSUMSUSMUM
Crew Socks クルーソックス Crew SocksWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png300 Hau'oli City
Active SocksUSUM‡‡アクティブソックス Active SocksCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefault
Kommo-o GreavesUSUMジャラグリーブ Jyara GreavesCustomPokémonDollar.png400,000 Hau'oli Mall
††/‡‡: Default item in selectable fashion inventory in SM/USUM (worn by default)

Shoes

Shoes Japanese Patterns by availability Price Location
SMUSUMSUSMUM
Low-Top Sneakers ローカットスニーカー Low-Top SneakersWhite Black PokémonDollar.png4,980 Konikoni City
Sporty Sneakers スポーツスニーカー Sports SneakersWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png5,150 Konikoni City
Multi Red, Multi Yellow, Multi Orange, Multi Pink, Multi Beige Multi Green, Multi Blue, Multi Navy Blue, Multi Purple, Multi Gray PokémonDollar.png6,550 Malie City
Loafers ローファーシューズ LoafersWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png55,800 Hau'oli Mall
Penny Loafers コインローファー Penny LoafersOrder, Thunderbolt, Scaly Long Neck Cruel PokémonDollar.png14,500 Heahea City
Rare Order, Rare Long Neck, Rare Cruel, Rare Thunderbolt, Rare Scaly PokémonDollar.png50,000 Malie Community Center
Water Shoesマリンスニーカー Marine SneakersCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefaultSM
CustomPokémonDollar.png7,800 Heahea CityUSUM
Active ShoesUSUMアクティブシューズ Active ShoesCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefault
Kommo-o SolleretsUSUMジャラソール Jyara SolesCustomPokémonDollar.png400,000 Hau'oli Mall
†/‡: Default item in SM/USUM, not directly selectable, but worn if no other shoes are

Bags

Bag Japanese Patterns by availability Price Location
SMUSUMSUSMUM
Scout Pack ベルトレザーリュック Belt Leather BackpackWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png6,500 Konikoni City
Sporty Backpack スポーティリュック Sporty BackpackWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png12,000 Malie City
Leather Backpack レザーリュック Leather BackpackWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png378,000 Hau'oli Mall
Nylon Backpackナイロンリュック Nylon BackpackCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefaultSM
CustomPokémonDollar.png8,200 Heahea CityUSUM
Active BagUSUMアクティブバッグ Active BagCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefault
†/‡: Default item in SM/USUM, not directly selectable, but worn if no other bag is

Hats

Hat Japanese Patterns by availability Price Location
SMUSUMSUSMUM
Baseball Cap††ベースボールキャップ Baseball CapCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefaultSM
CustomPokémonDollar.png6,400 Heahea CityUSUM
Street Cap ストリートキャップ Street CapOrder, Thunderbolt, Scaly Long Neck Cruel PokémonDollar.png5,400 Malie City
Rare Order, Rare Long Neck, Rare Cruel, Rare Thunderbolt, Rare Scaly PokémonDollar.png25,000 Malie Community Center
Sports Cap スポーツキャップ Sports CapSludge PokémonDollar.png5,800 Heahea City
Legendary, Seed Poison Bee PokémonDollar.png3,580 Konikoni City
Fruit Sea Cucumber Jellyfish, Woolly Crab PokémonDollar.png3,580 Malie City
Athletic Cap スポーツふうキャップ Athletic CapBeige Pink Green PokémonDollar.png3,200 Konikoni City
Trilby Hat トリルビーハット Trilby HatWhite, Black PokémonDollar.png7,900 Hau'oli City
Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png7,900 Malie City
Active HatUSUM‡‡アクティブハット Active HatCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefault
Hero CapUSUMヒーローキャップ Hero CapCustomPokémonDollar.png3,104 Malie Community Center
Trial Guide CapUSUMしれんサポーターキャップ Trial Supporter CapCustomPokémonDollar.pngIlima's house
Pikachu CapUSUMピカキャップ Pika CapCustomPokémonDollar.pngPikachu Valley
Team Skull CapUSUMドクロぼうし Skull CapCustomPokémonDollar.pngPo Town
Kommo-o HelmUSUMジャラヘルム Jyara HelmCustomPokémonDollar.png600,000 Hau'oli Mall
††/‡‡: Default item in selectable fashion inventory in SM/USUM (worn by default)

Eyewear

Eyewear Japanese Patterns by availability Price Location
SMUSUMSUSMUM
Aviator Shades メタルフレームサングラス Metal-Framed SunglassesGray Brown, Pink Blue, Purple PokémonDollar.png39,800 Hau'oli Mall
Mirrored Sunglasses ミラーサングラス Mirrored SunglassesWhite Red, Yellow Green, Blue PokémonDollar.png15,800 Malie City
Horn-Rimmed Glasses ウェリントングラス Wellington GlassesWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple PokémonDollar.png4,900 Heahea City
Agent SunglassesUSUMエージェントグラス Agent GlassesCustomPokémonDollar.pngBattle Agency

List of female fashion items

Pokémon Sun and Moon introduced a total 533 female fashion items (including the 6 default items), with a total cost of PokémonDollar.png11,086,600. Of these, 316 can be obtained in shops in either Sun or Moon (103 being obtainable in both), costing PokémonDollar.png6,457,640 in Sun or PokémonDollar.png6,582,640 in Moon; the remainder can only be obtained from visitors at Festival Plaza.

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon added an additional 32 female items (including the 5 new default items), for a new grand total of 565 female fashion items costing overall PokémonDollar.png13,587,024. Of these, 363 can be obtained in shops in either Ultra Sun or Ultra Moon (137 being obtainable in both), costing PokémonDollar.png8,929,764 in Ultra Sun or PokémonDollar.png9,054,764 in Ultra Moon; the remainder can only be obtained from Festival Plaza visitors.

Tops

Top Japanese Patterns by availability Price Location
SMUSUMSUSMUM
Flower-Print Top はながらカットソー Flower-Print CutsewWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, BeigeGreen, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png4,500 Malie City
V-Neck Tee VネックTシャツ V-Neck T-ShirtWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png980 Hau'oli City
Striped V-Neck Tee VネックボーダーTシャツ V-Neck Striped T-ShirtWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png980 Konikoni City
Halter Top レイヤードホルターネック Layered Halter TopWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png5,800 Malie City
Striped Halter Top ボーダーホルターネック Striped Halter TopWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png6,200 Malie City
Designer Top デザインカットソー Designer CutsewWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png49,500 Hau'oli Mall
Ruffled Tank フリルタンクトップ Frilly Tank TopWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png3,580 Konikoni City
Polka-Dot Ruffled Tank フリルドットタンクトップ Frilly Polka-Dot Tank TopWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png3,580 Heahea City
Tank Top タンクトップ Tank TopWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png980 Hau'oli City
Flower-Print Tank はながらタンクトップ Flower-Print Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png980 Hau'oli City
Surfing Tank なみのりタンクトップ Surfing Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png980 Hau'oli City
Tropical Tank††なんごくタンクトップ Tropical Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefault
Collegiate Tank カレッジタンクトップ College Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png980 Hau'oli City
Alola Sea Tank アローラかいタンクトップ Alola Sea Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png980 Hau'oli City
Luvdisc Tank ラブカスPタンクトップ Lovecus P Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png2,900 Heahea City
Gothorita Tank ゴチミルPタンクトップ Gothimiru P Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png2,900 Heahea City
Houndstooth Tank ドックトゥースタンクトップ Dog-tooth Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png6,800 Heahea City
Cobra Tank コブラポケモンタンクトップ Cobra Pokémon Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png6,800 Heahea City
Iconic Top グレートマンタンクトップ Great Man Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png6,800 Heahea City
Sporty Tank スポーツタンクトップ Sports Tank TopSludge PokémonDollar.png12,500 Heahea City
Legendary, Seed Poison Bee PokémonDollar.png6,280 Konikoni City
Fruit Sea Cucumber Jellyfish, Woolly Crab PokémonDollar.png6,280 Malie City
Athletic Tank スポーツふうタンクトップ Athletic Tank TopBeige Pink Green PokémonDollar.png4,000 Konikoni City
Skull Tank スカルタンクトップ Skull Tank TopCustomPokémonDollar.png10,000 Po Town
Ruffled Blouse フリルブラウス Frilly BlouseWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png4,980 Konikoni City
Striped Ruffled Blouse ストライプフリルブラウス Striped Frilly BlouseWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png4,980 Konikoni City
Vacation TankUSUMバカンストップ Vacation TopCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefault
Trial Guide TeeUSUMしれんサポーターTシャツ Trial Supporter T-ShirtCustomPokémonDollar.pngIlima's house
Poké Ball TeeUSUMキャッチTシャツ Catch T-ShirtCustomPokémonDollar.png4,800 Heahea City
Pikachu ShirtUSUMピカシャツ Pika ShirtCustomPokémonDollar.pngPikachu Valley
Luran TankUSUMララントップス Luran TopsCustomPokémonDollar.png600,000 Hau'oli Mall
Pokémon Center Nurse TopUSUMポケセントップ Pokémon Center TopCustomPokémonDollar.pngGame Freak office
Alola ShirtUSUMアローラシャツ Alola ShirtWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png1,800 Hau'oli City
†/‡: Default item in SM/USUM, not directly selectable, but worn if no other top is
††/‡‡: Default item in selectable fashion inventory in SM/USUM (not worn by default)

Bottoms

Bottoms Japanese Patterns by availability Price Location
SMUSUMSUSMUM
Casual Shorts カジュアルホットパンツ Casual HotpantsWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png1,120 Hau'oli City
Pleated Shorts ホットパンツ HotpantsWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png980 Hau'oli City
Frayed Denim Shorts ダメージデニムホットパンツ Distressed Jean HotpantsLight Blue Blue, Navy Blue Black, Faded Black PokémonDollar.png11,000 Malie City
Sporty Shorts スポーティホットパンツ Sporty HotpantsSludge PokémonDollar.png8,900 Heahea City
Legendary, Seed Poison Bee PokémonDollar.png3,980 Konikoni City
Fruit Sea Cucumber Jellyfish, Woolly Crab PokémonDollar.png3,980 Malie City
Athletic Shorts スポーツふうホットパンツ Athletic HotpantsBeige Pink Green PokémonDollar.png3,400 Konikoni City
Capri Pants クロップドパンツ Cropped PantsWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png1,120 Konikoni City
Distressed Jeans ダメージデニムスキニー Distressed Skinny JeansLight Blue Blue, Navy Blue Black, Faded Black PokémonDollar.png15,800 Malie City
Pleated Miniskirt プリーツミニスカート Pleated MiniskirtWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png5,600 Konikoni City
Plaid Miniskirt チェックミニスカート Plaid MiniskirtWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png8,100 Malie City
Bordered Flared Skirt ラインフレアスカート Line Flared SkirtWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png6,800 Konikoni City
Flower-Print Flared Skirt こはながらフレアスカート Small-Flower-Print Flared SkirtWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png6,800 Heahea City
Vacation ShortsUSUMバカンスパンツ Vacation PantsCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefault
Luran ShortsUSUMラランボトム Luran BottomsCustomPokémonDollar.png600,000 Hau'oli Mall
Pokémon Center Nurse SkirtUSUMポケセンスカート Pokémon Center SkirtCustomPokémonDollar.pngGame Freak office
†/‡: Default item in SM/USUM, not directly selectable, but worn if no other bottoms are

Socks

Socks Japanese Patterns by availability Price Location
SMUSUMSUSMUM
Over-the-Knee Socks ニーハイソックス Over-the-Knee SocksWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png920 Hau'oli City
Floral Print Striped PokémonDollar.png2,100 Heahea City
Camo Over-the-Knee Socks めいさいニーハイソックス Camo Over-the-Knee SocksGreen Pink Blue PokémonDollar.png1,400 Malie City
Knee Socks ハイソックス Knee-High SocksWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png420 Konikoni City
Sporty Knee Socks スポーティハイソックス Sporty Knee-High SocksWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png980 Konikoni City
Crew Socks クルーソックス Crew SocksWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png300 Hau'oli City

Shoes

Shoes Japanese Patterns by availability Price Location
SMUSUMSUSMUM
Low-Top Sneakers ローカットスニーカー Low-Top SneakersWhite Black PokémonDollar.png4,980 Konikoni City
Sporty Sneakers スポーツスニーカー Sports SneakersWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png5,150 Konikoni City
Multi Red, Multi Yellow, Multi Orange, Multi Pink, Multi Beige Multi Green, Multi Blue, Multi Navy Blue, Multi Purple, Multi Gray PokémonDollar.png6,550 Malie City
Espadrilles オペラシューズ Opera ShoesWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png5,500 Konikoni City
Order, Thunderbolt, Scaly Long Neck Cruel PokémonDollar.png14,500 Heahea City
Rare Order, Rare Long Neck, Rare Cruel, Rare Thunderbolt, Rare Scaly PokémonDollar.png50,000 Malie Community Center
Low-Heeled Sandals ローヒールサンダル Low-Heeled SandalsWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png34,200 Konikoni City
Strappy Sandals ストラップサンダル Strap SandalsWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png55,800 Hau'oli Mall
Trekking Shoesトレッキングシューズ Trekking ShoesCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefaultSM
CustomPokémonDollar.png12,800 Heahea CityUSUM
Vacation SandalsUSUMバカンスサンダル Vacation SandalsCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefault
Luran ShoesUSUMラランシューズ Luran ShoesCustomPokémonDollar.png500,000 Hau'oli Mall
†/‡: Default item in SM/USUM, not directly selectable, but worn if no other shoes are

Bags

Bag Japanese Patterns by availability Price Location
SMUSUMSUSMUM
Messenger Bag キャンパスショルダーバッグ Campus Shoulder BagWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png3,520 Konikoni City
Sporty Bag スポーティバッグ Sporty BagWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png12,000 Malie City
Ruffled Shoulder Bag フリルショルダーバッグ Frilly Shoulder BagWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png8,800 Konikoni City
Satchel Bag 2WAYレザーバッグ 2-Way Leather BagWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png378,000 Hau'oli Mall
Nylon Shoulder Bagナイロンショルダー Nylon Shoulder BagCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefaultSM
CustomPokémonDollar.png5,400 Heahea CityUSUM
Vacation BagUSUMバカンスバッグ Vacation BagCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefault
†/‡: Default item in SM/USUM, not directly selectable, but worn if no other bag is

Hats

Hat Japanese Patterns by availability Price Location
SMUSUMSUSMUM
Casual Cap††ニットキャップ Knit CapCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefaultSM
CustomPokémonDollar.png6,400 Heahea CityUSUM
Street Cap ストリートキャップ Street CapOrder, Thunderbolt, Scaly Long Neck Cruel PokémonDollar.png5,400 Malie City
Rare Order, Rare Long Neck, Rare Cruel, Rare Thunderbolt, Rare Scaly PokémonDollar.png25,000 Malie Community Center
Sports Cap スポーツキャップ Sports CapSludge PokémonDollar.png5,800 Heahea City
Legendary, Seed Poison Bee PokémonDollar.png3,580 Konikoni City
Fruit Sea Cucumber Jellyfish, Woolly Crab PokémonDollar.png3,580 Malie City
Athletic Cap スポーツふうキャップ Athletic CapBeige Pink Green PokémonDollar.png3,200 Konikoni City
Trilby Hat トリルビーハット Trilby HatWhite, Black PokémonDollar.png7,900 Hau'oli City
Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png7,900 Malie City
Beach Hat リゾートハット Resort HatWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png158,000 Hau'oli Mall
Vacation HatUSUM‡‡バカンスハット Vacation HatCustomPokémonDollar.pngDefault
Hero CapUSUMヒーローキャップ Hero CapCustomPokémonDollar.png3,104 Malie Community Center
Trial Guide CapUSUMしれんサポーターキャップ Trial Supporter CapCustomPokémonDollar.pngIlima's house
Pikachu CapUSUMピカキャップ Pika CapCustomPokémonDollar.pngPikachu Valley
Team Skull CapUSUMドクロぼうし Skull CapCustomPokémonDollar.pngPo Town
††/‡‡: Default item in selectable fashion inventory in SM/USUM (worn by default)

Eyewear

Eyewear Japanese Patterns by availability Price Location
SMUSUMSUSMUM
Oversized Sunglasses バタフライサングラス Butterfly SunglassesGray Brown, Pink Blue, Purple PokémonDollar.png39,800 Hau'oli Mall
Mirrored Sunglasses ミラーサングラス Mirrored SunglassesWhite Red, Yellow Green, Blue PokémonDollar.png15,800 Malie City
Horn-Rimmed Glasses ウェリントングラス Wellington GlassesWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple PokémonDollar.png4,900 Heahea City
Agent SunglassesUSUMエージェントグラス Agent GlassesCustomPokémonDollar.pngBattle Agency

Hair accessories

Accessory Japanese Patterns by availability Price Location
SMUSUMSUSMUM
Gem Barrette ジュエリーヘアピン Jewelry Hair PinWhite Pink Blue PokémonDollar.png110,000 Hau'oli Mall
Flower Barrette フラワーヘアピン Flower Hair PinWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple PokémonDollar.png1,700 Olivia's jewelry shop
Satin Bow Headband サテンリボンカチューシャ Satin Ribbon HairbandWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple PokémonDollar.png4,580 Olivia's jewelry shop
Sea-Star Headband マリンカチューシャ Marine HairbandWhite, Black Red, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Beige Green, Blue, Navy Blue, Purple, Gray PokémonDollar.png1,800 Olivia's jewelry shop
Luran HeadbandUSUMラランカチューシャ Luran HairbandCustomPokémonDollar.png700,000 Hau'oli Mall
Pokémon Center Nurse CapUSUMポケセンキャップ Pokémon Center CapCustomPokémonDollar.pngGame Freak office

In the manga

Pokémon Adventures

The clothes available to wear in Pokémon Sun and Moon and Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon made their debut in the Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon chapter. Due to this manga being printed in black and white, it is unclear what color certain clothes are meant to be.

Sun's first default outfit consisted of the navy blue Casual Striped Tee, red Ribbed Capris, Water Shoes, Baseball Cap, and Nylon Backpack. It was damaged during Sun's stay at the Ultra Deep Sea and was replaced. This outfit first appeared in The Grand Entrance and Delivery Boy Sun.

Moon's default outfit consisted of the beige Flower-Print Top, green Casual Shorts, Trekking Shoes, and Nylon Shoulder Bag. It was damaged during Moon's stay at the Ultra Deep Sea and was replaced. This outfit first appeared in The Grand Entrance and Delivery Boy Sun.

Sun's second default outfit consists of the Active Tank, Active Shorts, Active Shoes, and Nylon Backpack. This outfit first appeared in Adventure in the Dark Dimension.

Moon's second default outfit consists of the Vacation Tank, Vacation Shorts, Vacation Hat, Vacation Sandals, and Nylon Shoulder Bag. This outfit first appeared in Adventure in the Dark Dimension.

Moon bought a pair of Pikachu Shirts and Caps during her trip to Alola. In Adventure in the Dark Dimension, she and Sun were forced to wear them after their original outfits were damaged during their stay in the Ultra Deep Sea.

In PASM37, Professor Kukui and Professor Burnet were revealed to have begun battling as a couple in Battle Royals after she learned of his Masked Royal persona. As part of their personas, Kukui wore the Kommo-o Helm, Kommo-o Breastplate, and Kommo-o Tassets while Burnet wore the Luran Headband, Luran Tank, Luran Shorts, and Luran Shoes.

Gallery

  • Sun's first default outfit

  • Moon's first default outfit

  • Sun's second default outfit

  • Moon's second default outfit

  • Sun and Moon in their Pikachu-themed outfits

  • Professor Kukui and Professor Burnet in their Battle Royal outfits

Trivia

  • The only version-exclusive fashion items that do not have direct parallels between Pokémon Sun and Moon are those sold at the Malie Community Center. In Sun, the Punk Girl sells hats for PokémonDollar.png25,000 each, while in Moon, she sells shoes for PokémonDollar.png50,000 each.
  • The Gracidea store at Hau'oli Mall (named after the homonymous key item that can also be obtained there), is the only apparel shop that does not play the Apparel Shop music theme played on other aptly-named apparel shops.
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Festival Plaza

Guides

The Festival Plaza can be accessed via the game menu and it's the place where all communication features such as battling and trading can be found. The Plaza is owned by Trial Captain Sophocles.

Visitors

Other players can visit your Festival Plaza, with whom you can battle and trade. You can check players who have visited your Festival Plaza in your player lists:

  • Guest list

    Up to 50 players you've met via communications will appear here. Players with the oldest update time will be deleted from the list as new players appear in your Festival Plaza.
     
  • VIP list

    You can register up to 50 players as your VIPs. Players registered as VIP will not be deleted from the list unless done so manually. Speak to a visitor, and select "I'll register you as my VIP!" to register a person in this list.
     
  • Block list

    Players who are added to this list will not appear in your Festival Plaza, and you will not receive battle or trade requests from them. You can add players to this list when you receive battle or trade requests from them. You can register up to a 100 players to the block list.

Among the visitors, there will be a handful who need something from you. This may be some request or question, or they may simply wish to share some information. Initially, five visitors in Festival Plaza will have some request for you, but upon reaching Rank 11, there will be six.

All visitors in Festival Plaza show a whisper when you are near enough to them, but for those with requests, the whisper is colored purple. Upon completing a request, you will be rewarded Festival Coins.

 

Festival Coins

Festival Coins (also known as FC) are the currency used within the Festival Plaza. You can earn coins by taking on requests from people who visit your Plaza, and by hosting and joining missions.

Participating in global missions will dole out the highest amount of FC, see below.

Rank

The rank of your Festival Plaza increases based on the number of Festival Coins you gather. A higher rank unlocks rewards, like new facilities, or features. The following ranks unlock new features:

  • Rank 4: Enables you to host and join missions
  • Rank 8: Enables you to host facilities from visitors
  • Rank 10: Enables you to buy fashion items from visitors
  • Rank 20: Enables you to change the name of the Plaza
  • Rank 30: Premium services become available (after you become the Champion)
  • Rank 40: Enables you to change the song playing in the Plaza (after you become the Champion)
  • Rank 50: Enables you to change the design of the castle
  • Rank 60: Another castle theme becomes available
  • Rank 70: Another castle theme becomes available
  • Rank 100: The "I reached Festival Plaza Rank 100!" message becomes available

If you declines to host one of the facilities that Sophocles offers, he will present you with a gift tied to the facility's rank:

 

The Castle

In the castle in the middle of the Plaza, you can find the following services:

  • Computer exclusively for communications
    This computer connects you to services that require an internet connection, like Battle Videos and Game Sync.
     
  • Information desk
    Here you can go for information about the Festival Plaza.
     
  • Reception desk for global missions
    Here you can get information about global missions.
     
  • Reception desk to page Trainers
    You can use this service to talk to a particular visitor.
     
  • Reception desk for remodelling
    Here you can switch the order of facilities.

 

Facilities

Your Festival Plaza can have a maximum of seven facilities. Each has a rank of ★ to ★★★★★ and offers different services depending on their rank.

You start with six facilities and can get new facilities as reward for raising your Festival Plaza rank, and by hosting facilities from visitors. If you don't have room for any more facilities, you must either replace an existing one or decline the new one. 

The facilities you start with and get rewarded with are random (including their rank) and differ per player. Hosting facilities from visitors becomes available to you at Festival Plaza rank 8, and can be done by asking a visitor "Do you know any good facilities?". They will respond with their favourite facility, which you can then add to your own Festival Plaza at the cost of FC.

Facilities can generally be used once a day. For goody shops, food stalls, and bouncy houses, this means that each item or service they offer can only be purchased once a day.

Inside the castle in the center of Festival Plaza, you can talk to the man in the back-right to remodel Festival Plaza. This allows you to swap the positions of shops. The facility that appears first (rightmost from the castle entrance) is classified as your favorite and thus will be recommended to other players if they ask about any good facilities.

List of Facilities

Bouncy Houses

At a bouncy house, you can EV train your Pokémon.

Available bouncy houses:

  • Clink-Clunk Land – provides courses for raising Defense or Special Defense
  • Stomp-Stomp House  – provides courses for raising HP or Speed
  • Thump-Bump Park – provides courses for raising Attack or Special Attack

 

Dye Houses

At a dye house, you can change the color of white fashion items. You can choose to buy dyes, or dye with Berries you've collected. You can also redye any item you have previously dyed.

Available dye houses:

  • Team Red
  • Team Orange
  • Team Yellow
  • Team Green
  • Team Blue
  • Team Navy Blue
  • Team Purple
  • Team Pink

 

Food Stalls

At a food stall, they can give your Pokémon food to rapidly raise it.

Available food stalls:

  • Rare Kitchen – sells items that raises a Pokémon's level
  • Friendship Café – sells items that raise a Pokémon's friendship
  • Friendship Parlor – sells items that raise a Pokémon's friendship
  • Battle Table – sells items that raise a Pokémon's stats

 

Fortune-Teller Tents

At a fortune-teller tent, the fortune teller can suggest at which facilities you may have luck. This may be described as "decent", "good", or "pretty good" luck. If the fortune teller says you will have luck at a lottery shop or haunted hause, then you may receive a better outcome at the suggested location than you would have before hearing the fortune.

The fortune teller will also give you a phrase to "bring you luck". This phrase will be added to your repertoire of phrases you can use to customize your messages in your Festival Plaza profile settings. They are added to the Common Phrases category.

Available fortune-teller tents:

  • Kanto Tent
  • Johto Tent
  • Hoenn Tent
  • Sinnoh Tent
  • Unova Tent
  • Kalos Tent
  • Pokémon House

 

Goody Shops

At a goody shop, you can buy items for a good price.

Available goody shops:

  • General Store – sells various items
  • Ball Shop – sells various Poké Balls
  • Battle Store – sells battle items
  • Pharmacy – sells medicine
  • Soft Drink Parlor – sells drinks

 

Haunted Houses

At a haunted house, you can earn items if your Pokémon reaches the goal.

Available haunted houses:

  • Confuse Ray
  • Ghosts' Den
  • Trick Room

 

Lottery Shops

At a lottery shop, you can win prizes by drawing a lottery ticket. It is also possible for the player to randomly earn a bonus drawing, resulting in two prizes. Making use of a lottery shop is free, but can only be done once a day.

Available lottery shops:

 

Missions

When your Festival Plaza goes up to rank 4, you will be able to host and join missions. A mission is a game you play with others online in the Festival Plaza.

These missions have various goals that have to be reached within a certain time limit, like talking to visitors who fit a certain condition, or correctly answering questions of visitors.

For example, during the mission "Japanese lesson!" it is your goal to talk to visitors who say something in Japanese.

During "Type matchup test" missions, visitors will name one or two types and you have to answer which type is strong against those.

Each correct visitor or answer rewards you with one point. You don't lose points for talking to the wrong visitor or giving the wrong answer. If you run out of visitors to talk to, talk to the lady in front of the castle to get new visitors.

During a mission you can view the time limit, your individual score, the amount of participants, and the total score of all participants on the bottom screen.

At the end of the mission, you will see the scores of all participants and are rewarded with FC based on your own score and the total score together. The "Type matchup test" and "Inverse type matchup test" missions reward the most FC of all the missions.

To join a mission, you can talk to the lady in front of the castle, who will show you a list of available missions to join in. If a mission is ongoing, it is also shown in a red scrolling bar on your bottom screen. Click on the bar to join the mission.

To host a mission, you need a Festival Ticket. You receive three of these each day from the lady in front of the castle, and you sometimes also receive one by going up in Festival Plaza rank. Talk to the same lady to host a mission. Choose a mission you want to host from the list and the mission will start. You also join in this mission yourself and receive FC for it.

 

List of Global Missions

Global Missions are limited-time events in which all players around the world receive a shared mission via Festival Plaza. These Global Missions will be held at regular intervals.

To participate you don't need to be a Pokémon Global Link member, but if you are you will earn double the FC for participating and sometimes certain bonuses, such as Rare Candies and special Poké Balls.

 

Catch a lot of Pokemon!

  • Time Period: Nov. 29 - Dec. 12, 2016
  • Goal: Catch 100,000,000 Pokémon
  • Reward: 1,000 - 2,000 FC if succeeded | 100 - 200 FC if failed
  • Result: Failed (16,423,231 Pokémon caught)

 

Find Pokémon using Island Scan!

  • Time Period: Dec. 27, 2016 - Jan. 29, 2017
  • Goal: Use Island Scan to capture or defeat 1,000,000 Pokémon
  • Reward: 2,017 - 4,034 FC if succeeded | 217 - 434 FC if failed
  • Result: Failed (661,839 Island Scan Pokémon caught)

 

Trade Pokémon at the GTS!

  • Time Period: Jan. 31 - Feb. 13, 2017
  • Goal: Trade 1,000,000 Pokémon at the GTS
  • Reward: 2,000 - 4,000 FC if succeeded + trade 5 times for 5 Rare Candies + a Friend Ball if the goal is doubled | 200 - 400 FC if failed
  • Result: Succeeded (4,107,702 trades made)

 

Get BP at the Battle Tree!

  • Time Period: Feb. 28 - March 13, 2017
  • Goal: Earn 250,000 Battle Points at the Battle Tree
  • Reward: 2,000 - 4,000 FC if succeeded + earn 3 BP for 5 Rare Candies + a Heavy Ball if the goal is doubled | 200 - 400 FC if failed
  • Result: Succeeded (15,671,838 BP earned)

 

Hatch a lot of Eggs!

  • Time Period: March 28 - April 10, 2017
  • Goal: Hatch 200,000 Eggs
  • Reward: 2,000 - 4,000 FC if succeeded + hatch 3 Eggs for 5 Rare Candies + a Love Ball if goal is doubled | 200 - 400 FC if failed
  • Result: Succeeded (14,503,078 Eggs hatched)

 

Harvest Poké Beans!

  • Time Period: April 25 - May 9, 2017
  • Goal: Harvest 3 million Poké Beans
  • Reward: 2,000 - 4,000 FC if succeeded + harvest 30 Beans for 5 Rare Candies + a Level Ball if goal is doubled | 200 - 400 FC if failed
  • Result: Succeeded (75,230,246 Beans harvested)

 

Fish Pokémon at rare spots!

  • Time Period: May 30 - June 12, 2017
  • Goal: Hook 500,000 Pokémon or items
  • Reward: 2,000 - 4,000 FC if succeeded + hook 3 Pokémon/items for 5 Rare Candies + a Lure Ball if goal is doubled | 200 - 400 FC if failed
  • Result: Succeeded (1,228,170 Pokémon/items reeled in)

 

Defend Your Champion Title!

  • Time Period: June 27 - July 10, 2017
  • Goal: Defend your Champion title 100,000 times
  • Reward: 2,000 - 4,000 FC if succeeded + defend title once for 5 Rare Candies + a Moon Ball if goal is doubled | 200 - 400 FC if failed
  • Result: Succeeded (235,111 times title defended)

 

Try Your Luck!

  • Time Period: July 25 - August 7, 2017
  • Goal: Win the lottery 1,000 times
  • Reward: 2,000 - 4,000 FC if succeeded + play lottery once for 5 Rare Candies + a Fast Ball if goal is doubled | 200 - 400 FC if failed
  • Result: Succeeded (30,256 wins)
Sours: https://bulbahandbook.bulbagarden.net/pokemonsunmoon/guide/festival-plaza

Episode RR

Promotional artwork for Episode RR

Episode RR (Japanese: エピソード RREpisode RR) is a mission following the player's first completion of the Alola League in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. The episode revolves around the appearance and takeover of the villains from previous games returning as one united team, Team Rainbow Rocket, and their quest to use Ultra Wormhole technology developed by the Aether Foundation to take over other worlds.

Plot

Prologue

After a brief search for BlacephalonUS/StakatakaUM, the player takes a break at their house. Sophocles suddenly comes in, saying someone took over the Festival Plaza, and both he and the player immediately teleport there.

Upon arriving, the player discovers the castle is now sporting a more sinister design adorned with screens, each displaying a letter "R" on a rainbow-colored background. Sophocles explains someone must have hacked Festival Plaza, and both he and the player rush into the castle only to see a group of Team Rainbow Rocket Grunts, one of them proclaiming the castle now belongs to them. Sophocles digs into the Festival Plaza's configuration and realizes it has been patched so that nobody can use their Pokémon while inside. While Sophocles wonders how they will deal with the intruders, one of the Grunts inadvertently tips off the player they could battle them using other people's Pokémon in the Battle Agency, which Sophocles manages to activate despite his admin account having been downgraded by the hackers. While the player battles a Team Rainbow Rocket Grunt in the Battle Agency, Sophocles manages to hack into the Festival Plaza's programming and restore his admin privileges. Upon coming back, the Grunts surround both Sophocles and the player, one of them even attempting to physically assault the player, but Sophocles manages to ban them from the Plaza, teleporting them out instantly. The castle keeps its new design, however.

Upon their return to the real world, Sophocles thanks the player and leaves. The player's mother then shows her Meowth's new trick: it learned how to turn on the TV by observing her. That's when the player watches an interview of Lusamine at Aether Paradise.

On TV, Lusamine elaborates on the recent events on Poni Island involving Necrozma and assures everyone the incident is dealt with. During the interview, Wicke and Faba stand behind her and the latter quietly slips away. Suddenly, an Ultra Wormhole appears in the sky and the cameraman gets pushed by a Team Rainbow Rocket Grunt and drops his camera. A mysterious figure arrives and says the studies and technologies that are being worked on at Aether Paradise will be of great use to Team Rainbow Rocket.

Episode RR

Lillie comes in and asks the player to join her back at Aether Paradise, alarmed and confused by the news report. After getting there, they meet up with Wicke, who tells them Team Rainbow Rocket took over Aether Paradise for reasons unknown and took Lusamine hostage, she also recalls she once heard of a similarly named Team Rocket during her travels in Kanto. The player and Lillie run into a group of Grunts on their way to the mansion, and Lillie is revealed to have become a Pokémon Trainer herself, now in possession of a Clefairy. After dealing with the Grunts, they discover that Lusamine's mansion is no more, and in its place stands its warped version, the Team Rocket's Castle. That's when they are welcomed by Faba, who reveals he sold out Aether Paradise to Team Rainbow Rocket in order to further his career, infuriating Lillie. A battle ensues, and Faba eventually gives up and lets the duo make their way into the castle. Lillie walks into Lusamine's room, now colored in red, and realizes they need to use the teleporter hidden inside, but the door leading to it is locked. On their way out of the room, two more Grunts challenge them to a battle, but another ally suddenly shows up and helps defeat the Grunts: none other than Guzma.

The Grunts retreat, opening two doors in the process. Lillie stays behind while the player explores the first floor of the castle, encountering more Grunts, and ultimately running into Maxie and Archie, who occupy offices on the opposite sides of the castle. Both reveal they came from worlds where they have achieved their goals of, respectively, using Groudon to expand the landmass and using Kyogre to expand the sea, and have been transported to this world right after having done so. The player battles them, opening the doors to the second floor of the castle in the process, and returns to the hallway, where they see Guzma easily holding back two Grunts. The Grunts reveal that in order to open the door and activate the teleporter in Lusamine's room, the player must proceed to the second floor. Just at this moment, Maxie and Archie arrive and are surprised to see each other. Even after they realize they came from different worlds, they start arguing, only to suddenly vanish into thin air.

The player explores the second floor, where more Grunts hold guard and two more villainous team leaders hide.

The player meets Cyrus, who asks them if this world he found himself in is the world without spirit he always wanted. The player and Rotom prove him otherwise. After a battle, Cyrus admits defeat and helps the player out, admitting he only wants to get back to the world without spirit he managed to create.

The player meets Lysandre, who tells them of the ultimate weapon he managed to create and use in his world, and shows two buttons on the wall, one of them activating the ultimate weapon in this world. He offers the player a chance to save the world or doom it by pressing one of the buttons, but no matter which one the player presses, the ultimate weapon starts charging up, and will only turn off if the other one is pressed. Lysandre fights the player to prevent them from doing so, and is defeated.

After the player swipes a key card in Cyrus's office and presses both buttons in Lysandre's office, the door in Lusamine's room opens and the teleporter activates. When the player and Lillie get ready to use it, Ghetsis suddenly comes out of it. He tells them he has been summoned to this world to separate people from Pokémon, and is planning to use Team Rainbow Rocket's boss to achieve his goals. A battle ensues and Ghetsis loses. He breaks down, strikes down Lillie and threatens to kill her unless the player gives up on all of their Pokémon on the spot.

As the player hesitates to comply, Colress suddenly reveals himself, having used his inventions to follow the player while remaining invisible and send other villainous leaders back to their worlds. Even though he acknowledges this Ghetsis is not from his world, Colress berates him and teleports him away. He explains to the player and Lillie that what happened to Lusamine's manor is a product of multiple dimensions converging, and he can restore it, but only after the player defeats the leader of the villainous team.

Lillie and the player take the teleporter and are welcomed by the mastermind behind the invasion, Giovanni. Lillie also discovers Lusamine unconscious and, according to Giovanni, brainwashed with an Ultra Beast's toxins. The player fights and defeats Giovanni, who gracefully retreats, but not before promising the player they will meet again. Suddenly, the player and Lillie find themselves in Lusamine's trophy room, the manor having been reverted to its normal appearance. Lusamine wakes up, shaky, but still herself, and Guzma and Colress join them. Amidst the celebration of their victory against Team Rainbow Rocket, Faba suddenly walks from behind one of Lusamine's trophies. He tries sucking up to Lusamine, but gives himself away as a traitor almost immediately and hastily leaves.

The day is saved and Faba has been demoted to an intern. Watching as life at Aether Paradise returns to normal, Giovanni wonders out loud what other worlds he could unleash his schemes upon and teleports away on his own.

Major battles

Multi Battle with Lillie

Faba and Aether Foundation Employee

Multi Battle with Guzma

Team AquaArchie

Team MagmaMaxie

Sours: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Episode_RR

Bulbapedia festival plaza

Battle Agency

The Battle Agency (Japanese: バトルエージェントBattle Agent) is a battle facility located on Festival Plaza. It was introduced in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.

Challenge

The Battle Agency is a facility where a challenger uses a borrowed Pokémon and battle along with visitors in the Festival Plaza. During a challenge, the player is an agent and has a grade that determines the level and strength of their Pokémon. An agent's grade increases with the number of successful challenges.

Battles will be three-on-three in Single Battle format. Before beginning, the player can borrow one Pokémon from a selection of three possibilities shown on the screen behind the reception desk. The other two Pokémon come from other Trainers in the Festival Plaza and are based on the Pokémon they are currently borrowing. The player must invite two Trainers to form a team of three. In the instance when there are no more available Trainers in the player's Festival Plaza to choose from, or if the player decides not to choose both players from the Plaza, random Festival Fans will be generated to be fill up the remaining one or two spaces on the player's team. Their Pokémon will be set as grade 0.

Each challenge consists of three battles against programs simulating Battle Tree Trainers. The Trainers that can appear are the same ones who would be eligible to appear with a consecutive Battle Tree win streak equal to the agent's current grade, except that Battle Legends and other famous trainers will never appear in the Battle Agency, apart from its own unique bosses. Agents are awarded Festival Coins (abbreviated as FC) based on the number of wins, with a minimum participation prize of 5 FC. The agent is allowed to borrow new Pokémon or switch teammates in the middle of a challenge. If the agent loses and restarts the challenge within the same day, they will battle against the exact same Trainers and teams as before. However, the Trainers in the Battle Agency are reset once midnight has passed. Additionally, if the agent loses against Sophocles prior to the interlude that introduces Episode RR, but proceeds to view that interlude and restarts the challenge within the same day, the battle against Sophocles is replaced by a battle against Giovanni, and a different team, once the agent reaches that point.

The three Pokémon that may be borrowed from the screen are shuffled after each successful challenge, at the start of the next day, or if agent uses a Switcheroo facility in Festival Plaza. If the agent has already borrowed a Pokémon, they can continue to use it even after the Pokémon have been shuffled for one of these reasons, but if a successful challenge causes their grade to increase, they lose access to the previously selected rental Pokémon and are required to borrow a new one from the reshuffled screen, and choose their two teammates again.

If the player has not yet obtained the Key Stone supplement to their Z-Ring by beating Dexio in Poni Plains, then any Pokémon on the screen that would normally have its Mega Stone will be shown without an item instead, and if the agent chooses to borrow that Pokémon, it will not be able to Mega Evolve in battle. The agent's teammates, including nameless Festival Fans, can have Pokémon equipped with their Mega Stones even if the player doesn't have the Key Stone, and those Pokémon will still be able to Mega Evolve.

See also:
List of Battle Agency Pokémon
List of Battle Agency Trainers

Starting at grade 10, a battle setting may appear to further test an agent's ability. At the beginning of a battle, a certain weather effect or field effect may be added. As the agent's grade increases, the set of possible battle settings expands. The battle setting is reset at the beginning of each day or when new battle settings are unlocked.

Grades

An agent's grade directly determines the level of their borrowed Pokémon and the level of their opponents' Pokémon.

Grade Level Challenges Festival Coins Battle Settings Unlocked
1 Win2 Wins3 Wins
0 50 1 20 65 200 • None
1 51 1 25 75 215
2 52 1 30 85 230
3 53 1 35 95 245
4 54 1 40 105 260
5 55 1 45 115 275
6 56 1 50 125 290
7 57 1 55 135 305
8 58 1 60 145 320
9
(Boss)
59 1 65 155 335
10 60 2 70 165 350 • Harsh sunlight
• Rain
11 61 2 75 175 365
12 62 2 80 185 380
13 63 2 85 195 395
14 64 2 90 205 410
15 65 2 95 215 425
16 66 2 100 225 440 • Hail
• Sandstorm
17 67 2 105 235 455
18 68 2 110 245 470
19
(Boss)
69 2 115 255 485
20 70 3 120 265 500
21 71 3 125 275 515 • Electric Terrain
• Misty Terrain
22 72 3 130 285 530
23 73 3 135 295 545
24 74 3 140 305 560
25 75 3 145 315 575
26 76 3 150 325 590
27 77 3 155 335 605
28 78 3 160 345 620
29
(Boss)
79 3 165 355 635
30 80 4 170 365 650
31 81 4 175 375 665 • Grassy Terrain
• Psychic Terrain
32 82 4 180 385 680
33 83 4 185 395 695
34 84 4 190 405 710
35 85 4 195 415 725
36 86 4 200 425 740
37 87 4 205 435 755
38 88 4 210 445 770
39
(Boss)
89 4 215 455 785
40 90 5 220 465 800
41 91 5 225 475 815 • Extremely harsh sunlight
• Heavy rain
• Strong winds
42 92 5 230 485 830
43 93 5 235 495 845
44 94 5 240 505 860
45 95 5 245 515 875
46 96 5 250 525 890
47 97 5 255 535 905
48 98 5 260 545 920
49
(Boss)
99 5 265 555 935
50
(Boss)
100 - 270 565 935

Bosses

At every 10 grades, starting from grade 9, a boss battle program will be loaded during the third battle of the last challenge. At grade 50, a boss will appear for the third battle every five challenges. If a boss is defeated, the agent will receive a Gold Bottle Cap at the reception desk.

Before starting Episode RR

After starting Episode RR

Sours: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Battle_Agency
Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon - Team Rocket Festival Plaza Takeover

Festival Plaza

Festival Plazaフェスサークル
Festival Circle
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
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Location: Cyberspace
Region: Alola
Generations: VII

Location of Festival Plaza in Alola.
Pokémon world locations

Festival Plaza (Japanese: フェスサークルFestival Circle) is a location in Pokémon Sun and Moon and Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon that collects most of its communication features, such as connecting to the Pokémon Global Link and battling or trading with other players, into one place. It is owned by Sophocles and has similarities to features from the Entralink (missions) and Join Avenue (shops) in Generation V.

Festival Plaza can be visited by selecting it from the menu, but it is not present when the game is first started. It is unlocked when Lillie introduces the player to their first Pokémon Center on Route 1. If the Festival Plaza icon has a green "!", this means there are people in Festival Plaza with requests for the player.

When the player first visits Festival Plaza, Sophocles greets them and recruits them to make other visitors feel welcome at Festival Plaza. Satisfied visitors will reward the player with Festival Coins (abbreviated as FC), which can be used at any of the seven shops that ring Festival Plaza. As the player earns more Festival Coins from visitors, their Festival Plaza Rank will go up, which will unlock certain features and allow the player to replace old facilities with new ones. The player can also participate in missions to earn Festival Coins.

A purple button at the bottom edge of the lower screen allows the player to set options specific to Festival Plaza and communications. These include accepting battles, trades, or missions and communicating with friends, VIPs, or guests. It also includes customizable messages (selectable from set phrases) to be used in other players' Festival Plazas for greeting, parting, and more.

Steps are not counted in Festival Plaza, so Pokémon Eggs will never hatch and Repels will never wear off there.

Communication features

Bottom screen while in Festival Plaza

The bottom screen while in Festival Plaza shows two large buttons: Battle and Trade. Battle leads to the options Link Battle, Visit the Battle Spot, and Download Rules, while Trade leads to Link Trade, GTS, and Wonder Trade.

If the player connects to the Internet, the game will grab a list of other players to be new guests in the player's Festival Plaza. The oldest guests previously in the player's Festival Plaza will be replaced with the newer guests; any VIPs the player has registered will remain as VIPs regardless. The player can register a guest as a VIP by finding them outdoors in Festival Plaza or by paging them indoors courtesy of the woman in the back-left of the castle, and then speaking to them. The guest and VIP lists each have a maximum of 50 people. Up to 100 people can also be placed on a block list.

The computer just inside the castle also allows the player to view Battle Videos and perform Game Sync.

Rank

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The player's Festival Plaza Rank goes up as they earn Festival Coins from visitors or missions. The amount of Festival Coins required for each Rank depends on the total amount the player has earned, not what the player currently has; that is, Festival Coins the player spends will not delay the point when the player will gain their next Rank.

When the player gains a new Festival Plaza Rank, Sophocles will visit the castle to present the player with a reward. Usually he will offer a new, random facility, with the "level" of the facility, as seen by the number of stars (★), gradually increasing with higher Ranks. If the player has unlocked the opportunity to receive a reward for Sophocles for a rank increase, but never speaks to him until they have gained an additional rank, only one reward will be offered for the new rank, and the other is lost.

If the player gains enough Festival Coins in a single event to satisfy the threshold for the next two ranks at once (or more), only one rank will be gained. Each additional rank is withheld until the player receives an additional source of Festival Coins, with one rank given at a time for each source of coins as long as the player remains above the threshold for the next rank. This ensures that if the player chooses to talk to Sophocles each time, they cannot involuntarily miss out on the opportunity for rank rewards simply by gaining too many coins at once.

Sophocles will introduce other new features instead of offering facilities at certain Ranks:

  • At Rank 4, missions become available
  • At Rank 8, visitors are able to introduce the player to a facility that can be placed in the Plaza for a fee
  • At Rank 10, the player can order fashion items from visitors
  • At Rank 20, the name of the Plaza can be changed
  • At Rank 30, if the player has entered the Hall of Fame and become the Champion, special "premium" purchases are unlocked at bouncy houses, food stalls, and goody shops. If the player has not yet become Champion, this reward is deferred until the next rank increase after they have.
  • At Rank 40, if the player has entered the Hall of Fame and become the Champion, the song playing may be changed
  • At Rank 50, the "Glitz" theme becomes available
  • At Rank 60, the "A fairy tale" theme becomes available
  • At Rank 70, the "Subdued tone" theme becomes available
  • At Rank 100, "I reached Festival Plaza Rank 100!" message becomes available

If one or more of these static rewards is skipped due to the player advancing multiple ranks without ever talking to Sophocles in between, the skipped rewards will be given out instead of new facilities, one at a time, at the next available opportunity where the player talks to him after subsequent rank increases.

Rank FC to next rank FC total for next Chance of ★ Chance of ★★ Chance of ★★★ Chance of ★★★★ Chance of ★★★★★
166100%0%0%0%0%
2+1016100%0%0%0%0%
3+153175%19%6%0%0%
4+3061-----
5+4010175%15%10%0%0%
6+5015150%38%12%0%0%
7+6021150%36%14%0%0%
8+70281-----
9+8036150%32%18%0%0%
10+90451-----
11-20+100551 - 1,45130%40%22%7%1%
21-30+1201,571 - 2,65125%40%24%9%2%
31-40+1502,801 - 4,15120%35%31%11%3%
41-50+1804,331 - 5,95115%30%38%13%4%
51-60+2106,161 - 8,05110%25%45%15%5%
61-70+2408,291 - 10,45110%20%47%17%6%
71-80+27010,721 - 13,15110%15%49%19%7%
81-90+27013,421 - 15,85110%15%46%21%8%
91-100+27016,121 - 18,55110%15%43%23%9%
101+ +300 18,851+ 10% 15% 40% 25% 10%

If the player declines to host one of the facilities that Sophocles offers, he will present the player with an item tied to the facility's level. The player can only receive Festival Tickets for 1-star facilities if they have previously spoken to the Dancer outside the castle and received their first Festival Tickets.

When the player reaches Rank 40 and has become the Pokémon League Champion, the option to change the music that plays at the Festival Plaza becomes available. This can be done by speaking to the Worker in the castle. Among the choices, the music currently selected is colored blue, and the Worker will provide a sample of the selected music before prompting the player to confirm. All music options except Song 1 and Song 10 have two variations that automatically change depending on whether the current time is considered to be day or night.

Song 10 is only available in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, and only after forcing Team Rainbow Rocket out of the plaza.

In addition to the above, some unannounced changes also occur at certain Ranks. Certain visitor requests may only appear once the player reaches a certain Rank. Starting at Rank 11, the number of visitors in Festival Plaza who can have requests for the player to fulfill grows from five to six.

Facilities

Dye house in Festival Plaza
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There are seven types of facilities the player can host in Festival Plaza: lottery shops, bouncy houses, haunted houses, food stalls, goody shops, fortune-teller tents, and dye houses. There are multiple different varieties of each type of shop as well, generally offering slight differences in their services, and each of those varieties comes in up to five different "levels" indicated by a number of stars (★). Every shop is run by a different, random person; two shops with the exact same name may even be run by different people.

Facilities can generally be patronized once a day. For goody shops, food stalls, and bouncy houses, this means that each item or service they offer can only be purchased once a day.

At first, Festival Plaza is populated by seven facilities (with the seventh being added by Sophocles after the introductory Rank is completed). These initial facilities come in pairs, such as two food stalls, two lottery shops, and two fortune-teller tents, with an extra facility of another type in the last spot. As the player earns Festival Coins and Ranks, Sophocles will offer new facilities as rewards. These facilities can replace any of the seven existing facilities. Starting at Rank 8, the player can ask visitors if they know any good facilities, and they will respond with their favorite facility (first one on the right), which they will introduce to the player for a fee. In order to place a facility introduced by a visitor, the player must save the game. Facilities hosted by introduction will greet the player the same way the person who introduced the facility does and comment that they are highly recommended by the person.

Inside the castle in the center of Festival Plaza, the player can talk to the man in the back-right to remodel Festival Plaza. This allows the player to swap the positions of shops. The facility that appears first (rightmost from the castle entrance) is classified as the player's favorite and thus will be recommended to other players if they ask about any good facilities.

Lottery shops

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At lottery shops, the player can draw a lottery ticket to win a random prize. Drawing a lottery ticket is free. It is also possible for the player to randomly earn a bonus drawing, resulting in two prizes. The outcome at lottery shops is affected by the shop's rank (★ to ★★★★★) and may be affected by fortune tellers' fortunes.

Prizes numbered 3 through 10 are the same across all lottery shops, while the number 1 and 2 prizes are different based on shop name.

Lottery shops come in four color variations which are chosen randomly, with the leftmost below being most common and the rightmost being rarest. It is unknown whether the colors alter the shop's outcomes.

Bouncy houses

At bouncy houses, the player can let a Pokémon play to train, increasing its EVs. Bouncy houses may offer multiple courses, but each course can only be played once a day.

Courses 6★ and 7★ are premium purchases that are only unlocked after the player enters the Hall of Fame and their Festival Plaza has reached Rank 30 or higher, with at least one rank increase taking place after the Hall of Fame entry.

Rank Price EVs
1★5 FC+4
2★10 FC+8
3★15 FC+16
4★30 FC+32
5★50 FC+64
6★100 FC+128
7★ 200 FC +252
Level Courses
Course B 1★, 6★
Course D 1★, 6★
★★MUMCourse B 1★-2★, 6★
Course D 1★-2★, 6★
★★★MUMCourse B 1★-3★, 6★
Course D 1★-3★, 6★
★★★★MUMCourse B 1★-4★, 6★
Course D 1★-4★, 6★
★★★★★MUMCourse B 1★-7★
Course D 1★-7★
Level Courses
Course C 1★, 6★
Course E 1★, 6★
★★SUSCourse C 1★-2★, 6★
Course E 1★-2★, 6★
★★★SUSCourse C 1★-3★, 6★
Course E 1★-3★, 6★
★★★★SUSCourse C 1★-4★, 6★
Course E 1★-4★, 6★
★★★★★SUSCourse C 1★-7★
Course E 1★-7★
Level Courses
Course A 1★, 6★
Course F 1★, 6★
★★SUSCourse A 1★-2★, 6★
Course F 1★-2★, 6★
★★★MUMCourse A 1★-3★, 6★
Course F 1★-3★, 6★
★★★★SUSCourse A 1★-4★, 6★
Course F 1★-4★, 6★
★★★★★MUMCourse A 1★-7★
Course F 1★-7★

Bouncy houses come in four color variations which are chosen randomly, with the leftmost below being most common and the rightmost being rarest.

Haunted houses

At haunted houses, the player may pay an admission fee of 10 FC to send their Pokémon through the house. Somewhere in the house, the Pokémon will pick up a random item which it will give to the player once it emerges. The Pokémon may pick up more than one item. The outcome at haunted houses may be affected by the house's rank (★ to ★★★★★) or fortune tellers' fortunes.

The items below are ordered in descending order of rarity.

Haunted houses come in four color variations which are chosen randomly, with the leftmost below being most common and the rightmost being rarest. It is unknown whether the colors alter the house's outcomes.

Food stalls

At food stalls, the player can buy meals for their Pokémon. Each stall has a limited availability of meals, but some may have multiple of the same meal available. A meal can only be fed to a Pokémon that will feel its effect. A Pokémon that would evolve or learn a new move upon level-up will not do so after eating a meal from Rare Kitchen or Battle Table.

Rows on a light yellow background are premium purchases that are only unlocked after the player enters the Hall of Fame and their Festival Plaza has reached Rank 30 or higher, with at least one rank increase taking place after the Hall of Fame entry.

Level Meal Cost Effect
★+Rare Breakfast4 FC+1 level if ≤Lv. 29
★+Rare Dinner100 FC+7 level if ≤Lv. 79
★★+Rare Lunch10 FC+1 level if ≤Lv. 39
★★★+Rare Brunch20 FC+1 level if ≤Lv. 49
★★★★+Rare Dessert30 FC+1 level if ≤Lv. 59
★★★★★SUSRare Appetizer40 FC+1 level if ≤Lv. 69
★★★★★SUSRare Buffet 300 FC +9 level if ≤Lv. 89
Level Meal Cost Effect
★+HP Lunch20 FCHPEVs +10
★+Attack Lunch20 FCAttackEVs +10
★+Defense Lunch20 FCDefenseEVs +10
★+Sp. Atk Lunch20 FCSp. AtkEVs +10
★+Sp. Def Lunch20 FCSp. DefEVs +10
★+Speed Lunch20 FCSpeedEVs +10
★+Level-Up Lunch 3100 FC+3 level if ≤Lv. 69
★★★★★SLevel-Up Lunch 5 200 FC +5 level if ≤Lv. 79
Level Meal Cost Effect
★+Friendship Drink2 FCFriendship +5
★+Friendship Lunch10 FCFriendship +10
★+Friendship Combo20 FCFriendship +20
★+Sweets Set D30 FCFriendship, -100 Special AttackEVs
★+Secret Meal D200 FCFriendship, Special AttackEVs reduced to 0
★★+MUMSweets Set E30 FCFriendship, -100 Special DefenseEVs
★★+MUMSweets Set F30 FCFriendship, -100 SpeedEVs
★★★+MUMSweets Set A30 FCFriendship, -100 HPEVs
★★★+MUMSecret Meal E200 FCFriendship, Special DefenseEVs reduced to 0
★★★★+MUMSweets Set B30 FCFriendship, -100 AttackEVs
★★★★★MUMSweets Set C30 FCFriendship, -100 DefenseEVs
★★★★★MUMSecret Meal F 200 FC Friendship, SpeedEVs reduced to 0
Level Meal Cost Effect
★+Friendship Drink2 FCFriendship +5
★+Friendship Lunch10 FCFriendship +10
★+Friendship Combo20 FCFriendship +20
★+Sweets Set A30 FCFriendship, -100 HPEVs
★+Secret Meal A200 FCFriendship, HPEVs reduced to 0
★★+SUSSweets Set B30 FCFriendship, -100 AttackEVs
★★+SUSSweets Set C30 FCFriendship, -100 DefenseEVs
★★★+SUSSweets Set D30 FCFriendship, -100 Special AttackEVs
★★★+SUSSecret Meal B200 FCFriendship, AttackEVs reduced to 0
★★★★+SUSSweets Set E30 FCFriendship, -100 Special DefenseEVs
★★★★★SUSSweets Set F30 FCFriendship, -100 SpeedEVs
★★★★★SUSSecret Meal C 200 FC Friendship, DefenseEVs reduced to 0


Food stalls come in four color variations which are chosen randomly, with the leftmost below being most common and the rightmost being rarest.

Goody shops

At goody shops, the player may purchase items. Each shop has a limited daily stock, but some may have multiple of the same item in their inventory.

Rows on a light yellow background are premium purchases that are only unlocked after the player enters the Hall of Fame and their Festival Plaza has reached Rank 30 or higher, with at least one rank increase taking place after the Hall of Fame entry.


Goody shops come in four color variations which are chosen randomly, with the leftmost below being most common and the rightmost being rarest.

  • Pink roof with blue ribbon

  • Blue roof with red ribbon

Fortune-teller tents

At a fortune-teller tent, the fortune teller can suggest a place where the player may have "luck". This may be described as "decent", "good", or "pretty good" luck. If the fortune teller says the player will have luck at a lottery shop or haunted house, then if they visit the suggested location, they may receive a better outcome than they would have before hearing it. For example, if the player may have luck in a lottery shop, the prize may turn out better or the player may get a bonus drawing. The fortune teller can also say the player will have luck in Festival Plaza itself; this will increase the amount of FC the player receives for completing requests, either doubling (for decent luck), tripling (good luck), or quadrupling it (pretty good luck). Luck in the GTS or Wonder Trade will similarly multiply the reward for talking to a person (at the right table inside the castle) after doing one of those trades.

The fortune teller will also give the player a phrase to "bring you luck". This phrase will be added to the player's repertoire of phrases they can use to customize their messages in their Festival Plaza profile settings. They are added into the Common Phrases category.

The player can only have their fortune told once a day, but if they return to the fortune teller, they may rehear their fortune.

Fortune-teller tents charge 10 FC for their services.

First use of fortune-teller's service will always be decent luck on Wonder Trade.

Tents
  • Kanto TentMUM
  • Johto TentSUS
  • Hoenn TentMUM
  • Sinnoh TentSUS
  • Unova TentMUM
  • Kalos TentSUS
  • Pokémon House

All tents have three levels: ★, ★★★, and ★★★★★.

Fortune-teller tents come in four color variations which are chosen randomly, with the leftmost below being most common and the rightmost being rarest. It is unknown whether the colors alter the tent's outcomes.

Dye houses

At dye houses, the player can dye their white fashion items different colors. The player can use the shop's dyes, or they can use Berries from their Bag to create a dye to use. The player can also redye any item they have previously dyed.

Dye houses

All dye houses are offered in three levels: ★, ★★★, and ★★★★★.

Level Option Cost
★+Dye any dyed clothing white10 FC
★+Dye any white or dyed clothing Pastel <Color>100 FC

★★★★★
Using Berries: dye any white or dyed clothing any pastel color10 FC
★★★+Dye any white or dyed clothing Dark <Color>100 FC
★★★+Using Berries: dye any white or dyed clothing any dark color10 FC
★★★★★ Dye any white or dyed clothing Bright <Color> 100 FC

Using Berries from the player, dye houses can dye any white or dyed clothing any color in a pastel or dark shade (depending on the house's level). The table below shows the Berries needed to dye clothes different colors.

Each dye house has a color scheme matching its dyes, as shown below.

Switcheroo

Exchange centers only appear in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. They shuffle the rental Pokémon available for the Battle Agency. Each star rank increases the number of times per day that a shuffle can occur, and it costs 10 FC to shuffle.

Unlike other methods of shuffling the board, exchange centers exclude certain Pokémon from appearing. For an agent who has not reached Grade 50 yet, the exclusion list varies depending on that day's battle condition (weather or terrain). After Grade 50, the exclusion list associated with no special condition is always used.

Exchange centers come in four color variations which are chosen randomly, with the leftmost below being most common and the rightmost being rarest.

Introduction costs

The table below describes the costs, in Festival Coins, to have a visitor introduce a given facility to the player's Festival Plaza. If the player already has a given facility, its introduction cost will rise, costing double for the second one, triple for the third, and so on.

Level Cost
50 FC
★★100 FC
★★★400 FC
★★★★800 FC
★★★★★ 1500 FC

Requests

Among the visitors normally in Festival Plaza at any one time, there will be a handful who need something from the player. This may be some request or question, or they may simply wish to share some information. Initially, five visitors in Festival Plaza will have some request for the player, but this grows as the player's Rank increases.

Rank Requests
1-10 5
11-19 6
20-30 7
31-40 8
41-50 9
51+ 10


All visitors in Festival Plaza show a whisper when the player is near enough to them, but for those with requests, the whisper is colored purple. These requests last for an hour from when the game created them, which is either immediately when a previous set of requests expired or when the player last loaded the game. The visitors who will have requests are selected at random each time.

Upon completing a request, the player will be rewarded with Festival Coins. Different requests may yield different amounts of coins, and VIPs will give more coins than guests will. If the same people remain in the player's Festival Plaza for an extended period of time, after a while they will give half the normal reward, and a while after that they will give a quarter of the normal reward (rounded to the nearest number). Fortune tellers' fortunes may also affect the amount of coins gained. Additionally, aside from guests and VIPs, immediately after the introductory Rank is completed, there will also be a handful of default NPC visitors in Festival Plaza; these visitors only give the player rewards of 4 FC for most requests or 8 FC for requests with the whisper "Tell me! Tell me!".

The table below summarizes all of the possible requests by their whisper and the rewards earned for completing them.

Whisper Type Reward
Guests VIPs
I'm hungry! Recommendations 5 FC 8 FC
I want to shop!
I want to make my Pokémon happy!
I want to see great movesSM/skillsUSUM!
I want to treat myself!
I want to be excited!
I want my Pokémon to play!
Do you know how I feel?Recommendations10 FC15 FC
Tell me! Tell me!Questionnaires10 FC15 FC
Listen! Listen!
The requestor may share various things.
Sharing5 FC8 FC
Listen! Listen!
Request: Will you listen to the story about my Festival Plaza?
Sharing20 FC30 FC
Do you want to know a secret?Sharing20 FC30 FC
I want to meet! I want to meet!Challenge30 FC45 FC
15 FC23 FC
Battle! Battle!Challenge15 FC23 FC
Do you understandSM/knowUSUM? Challenge 15 FC 23 FC

Recommendations

This group of requests requires the player to direct the requestor to a satisfactory facility in their Festival Plaza. Seven of these requests have fixed responses. The table below describes these requests and the acceptable responses.

Whisper Request Answers
I'm hungry! We're hungry. Take us to a yummy place. Food stalls
I want to shop! I want to shop. Will you recommend a good place to shop? Goody shops
I want to make my Pokémon happy! Take me to a place that Pokémon can enjoy! Bouncy houses, food stalls, haunted houses
I want to see great movesSM/skillsUSUM! Take me to a place where I can see real skilled work. Dye houses, food stalls, fortune-teller tents
I want to treat myself! Take me to a place where I can treat myself! Dye houses, fortune-teller tents, goody shops, lottery shops, exchange centers
I want to be excited! Take me to an exciting place! Fortune-teller tents, haunted houses, lottery shops, exchange centers
I want my Pokémon to play! Take me to a place where my Pokémon can play! Bouncy houses, haunted houses
Do you know how I feel? Take me to a place you think I'd like! Depends on the owner's gender

For the "Take me to a place you think I'd like!" request, the right and wrong answers depend on the gender of the person who owns each facility. That is, if two facilities are owned by females, then the current requestor will either like or dislike both, and the opposite will be true for the rest that are owned by males. It is unclear what influences which gender is the correct one for each request.

The player can back out of any recommendation request without exhausting it, meaning they can speak to the person again later to complete the request.

Questionnaires

The whisper "Tell me! Tell me!" comprises 16 different requests, all of which are questionnaires the player must answer. Each request has a number of custom responses, as well as a standard "No comment" response. If the player answers "No comment", they will not receive Festival Coins and the request will be exhausted. Any other answer is rewarded.

These questionnaires are always asked in order. That is, if two people are whispering "Tell me! Tell me!", whichever person is asked first will ask the next question. After the player answers the last questionnaire, the next requestor will start with the first questionnaire again.

The player's responses to these questionnaires appear in their profile when they are visitors to other players' Festival Plazas.

Sharing

The sharing requests simply require the player to listen to something the requestor wishes to share. The "Listen! Listen!" whisper can lead to two different kinds of requests. In one, the requestor will share one or more of their records at random. Sometimes, this request may come prefaced with a warning that it may mention things the player has not seen in their game yet; if the player backs out of the request in response to this, the request will be exhausted. For the other type of request, the person will start by asking, "Will you listen to the story about my Festival Plaza?" If the player declines at this point, the request is not exhausted. At the end of both of these types of requests, the person will solicit the player's opinion on their records, but this answer ("Great!" or "Could be better.") does not change whether the player is rewarded.

In the case of the "Do you want to know a secret?" whisper, the requestor will offer to share their secret with the player. However, if the player has not set an answer for their own secret in their profile, the person will back out until the player has set it. Whether the player has not set their own secret or they answer that they do not want to know the person's secret, this request is not exhausted.

Challenge

These requests challenge the player regarding records and rankings. These are shown in the guests' and VIPs' profiles in the guest and VIP lists.

The "I want to meet! I want to meet!" whisper is followed by a request of the form, "Among the people in Festival Plaza, I’d like to meet one with awesome [some records] and high [some Rank]." The player is shown a selection of guests and VIPs to browse, check records (with their rank visible as "No. X" on the left side of the rankings), and eventually select from; however, this selection does not comprise all people in Festival Plaza and if the player backs out and speaks to the requestor again, the selection can change. If the player selects someone with a rank of 1-9, they will be rewarded with 30 FC if the requestor is not a VIP; if they select someone with a rank of 10-25, they will be rewarded with 15 FC; otherwise they will receive 5 FC. If enough visitors are tied that only high ranks are possible, then if the selected person has a rank that is the worst possible rank, the player may receive a smaller reward. This request is not exhausted if the player backs out of it before selecting a person.

The "Do you understandSM/knowUSUM?" whisper can lead to two different kinds of requests. The first is somewhat similar to the "I want to meet! I want to meet!" whisper, asking, "Is my [Something] Rank higher or lower than the midpoint among your [guests/VIPs]?" This may also be using the same basic criteria as the request above, meaning that it is asking how the value of their ranking compares with the value of half of the total number of guests or VIPs (depending on which the person is). This request cannot be backed out of after speaking to the requestor. For the other type of request, the requestor will ask the player to correctly guess their answer to a questionnaire. This kind of request is not exhausted if the player backs out of it before selecting an answer.

The "Battle! Battle!" whisper is followed by, "Let's have a record battle among these three, shall we?", and the person presents the player with three different types of records. The player is also given an option to see their accomplishments for the three records in question. When the player chooses a record to battle with, if their record is higher than the requestor's, they are rewarded with Festival Coins. A tie does not earn a reward. Backing out of this request does not exhaust it.

Missions

Type matchup tests! mission in Festival Plaza

After achieving Festival Rank 4, players are able to create cooperative missions to complete with visitors. Mission objectives include catching Pokémon and answering specific types of questions asked by guests.

The player may play a mission alone or cooperate with other players using communication features. To host a mission, the player must use a Festival Ticket and speak to the Dancer by the castle's bridge. Once a day, she will give the player three Festival Tickets. If the player is online, they may join another player's mission in progress either by tapping the red marquee that appears on the screen or by speaking to the Dancer and selecting from the list of ongoing missions.

When the time is up, the participants' scores are totaled. If the goal was reached, the player receives FC. The maximum score is 10 stars (★). Each mission defines the minimum and maximum amounts of FC that can be earned by completing it. The FC the player earns is calculated by multiplying the minimum FC by the number of stars earned in the mission.

Normal missions

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Please feel free to edit this section to add missing information and complete it.

When the player chooses to play a mission, they are initially presented with a list of nine missions they can host, pulled from the list below. Certain of the missions below, such as "Find fans!" and "Big costume contest!" have contradictory goals and will never appear together in the same list.

In the type enthusiast, true selves/disguises, and color research missions, the game will only have two, five, or five (respectively) people that fulfill the mission's objective in the Festival Plaza at the same time.

Mission Target Time limit Obtainable Festival Coins Objective
Break boulders quickly!000501:303 to 30 Break boulders with Tauros
Show off muscles!000042:006 to 60 Talk to visitors who cheer on the player while riding Machamp
Send people to [facility]!00004
Sours: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Festival_Plaza

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Pokémon Sun and Moon

This article is about the Generation VIIgames. For other uses, see Sun & Moon.

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Release dates
Japan: November 18, 2016
North America: November 18, 2016
Australia: November 18, 2016
Europe: November 23, 2016
South Korea: November 18, 2016
Hong Kong: November 18, 2016
Taiwan: November 18, 2016
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Pokémon Sun (Japanese: ポケットモンスターサンPocket Monsters Sun) and Pokémon Moon (Japanese: ポケットモンスタームーンPocket Monsters Moon) are the primary paired versions of Generation VII and are set in the Alola region. The games are available on the Nintendo 3DS.

The games were announced worldwide on the 20th Anniversary of the release of Pokémon Red and Green, February 27, 2016, at 12 am JST by Tsunekazu Ishihara through Nintendo Direct. The paired versions were released worldwide on November 18, 2016, except in Europe where they were released on November 23, 2016. All copies of the game are playable in nine languages: Japanese, English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Korean, and Simplified and Traditional Chinese.

Pokémon Sun and Moon were followed in 2017 by Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, which are set in an alternate storyline.

Plot

Unlike any other main games series, the game begins with a video call made by Professor Kukui to the player. Professor Kukui helps create a Trainer Passport for the player before they and the mother move from Kanto to Alola. Meanwhile, at roughly the same time, a young girl is seen escaping what seems to be a lab with an unidentified Pokémon in her bag. As she gets cornered by the workers in the area, the Pokémon teleports itself and the girl away from the lab and away from danger.

Three months later, the player, along with the mother and Meowth, are enjoying their new home on Melemele Island as Professor Kukui enters their home and takes the player to meet the island kahuna in Iki Town to get their starter Pokémon. As they reach Iki Town, the kahuna is nowhere to be found, so Kukui sends the player to the Mahalo Trail in hopes of finding the kahuna. On the trail, the player spots the girl that escaped the lab and follows her to the Plank Bridge.

The Pokémon that the girl was holding escapes her bag as they reach the Plank Bridge, happy about the new environment it is in. Suddenly, a flock of Spearow attack the defenseless Pokémon, leaving the girl worrying and asking the player to save her friend Nebby. Even as the player had no Pokémon to battle the Spearow, the player rushes in and guards Nebby from harm before Nebby uses its power to destroy the bridge. Before the player and Nebby fall to their doom, Tapu Koko flies through the Spearow and bring the pair back to safely. Thankful for rescuing Nebby, the girl gives the player a Sparkling Stone that appeared after Tapu Koko's departure.

The player and the girl then return to Iki Town and get greeted by Kukui. Kukui introduces the girl as his lab assistant, Lillie, before the kahuna, Hala, returns from resolving a problem on the island. After Lillie explains the encounter she and the player had with Tapu Koko, Hala gets touched by the moment and gives the player the choice to choose Rowlet, Litten, or Popplio as their starter Pokémon. After a short ceremony with the player and the new Pokémon, Kukui gives the player a Pokédex and sends them to their mother to show off the new Pokémon.

Hala's grandson, Hau, then appears in the town and challenges the player to a battle using the Pokémon that is weak to the player's starter. After the battle, Hala takes the player's sparkling stone and invites the player to a festival the following day. The next day, Kukui stops by the player's house again and takes him to Route 1 so he can teach them how to catch Pokémon. Kukui then lets the player train before going to the festival.

At the festival, Hala and Kukui reveal that it is an event where Pokémon battles are held in honor of the Guardian Pokémon in Alola. Hau and the player battle once again in honor of Tapu Koko, and this time the entire town watches, including Lillie, the player's mother and Meowth. After Tapu Koko approves of the battling, Hala returns the sparkling stone, which is now converted into a Z-Ring. Hala explains the Z-Ring's powers and the Z-Crystals that can only be acquired by participating in the island challenge, where the player must travel to all four of Alola's islands to become the island challenge champion. Afterwards, the player then returns home to prepare for the next day.

The next day, Lillie visits the player and the two head to Kukui's lab. In the lab, Kukui upgrades the player's Pokédex into a Rotom Pokédex and explains more about the island challenge, which includes taking trials and getting recognized by each island kahuna. Before taking any trials, the player must attend the Trainers' School to learn the basics of battling. Luckily, the player is able to take on the teacher's assignments and the player is able to take CaptainIlima's trial in Verdant Cavern. After beating the teacher in battle, Ilima invites the player to Hau'oli City after the player trains some more.

When the player meets up with Ilima, two Team Skull Grunts appear, but they appear to be minor threats to Ilima. After a quick lesson from the player and Ilima, the Grunts flee and Ilima heals the player's Pokémon before challenging the player to a battle himself. After the battle, Ilima gets impressed by the player's team and allows the player to attempt his trial. On the way to Verdant Cavern, a wild Delibird drags the player to the Berry fields as more Team Skull Grunts are causing trouble with other people. The Grunts get defeated by the player, and they announce to mess with Ilima's trial.

As the player makes it to Verdant Cavern, Ilima explains the rules of the trial and lets the player attempt it. Midway into the trial, the Grunts from earlier challenge the player again and get defeated. The Grunts bother a wild Pokémon in the area, unwittingly helping the player complete the next section of the trial. As the player almost completes the trial, TotemGumshoosS/Totem RaticateM ambushes the player and challenges the player to a battle. Upon defeat of the Pokémon, the player completes the trial.

After hearing that Lillie has gone missing, the player heads to Route 3 and into Melemele Meadow, where the player finds Lillie. Lillie again loses Nebby and the player has to go find it. After finding Nebby, the player returns to Lillie and leave the meadow to be greeted by Hau and Kukui. After hearing that Hau and the player passed their first trial, Kukui sends the player back to Iki Town for their grand trial with island kahuna Hala.

After defeating Hala, the player receives another Z-Crystal and is given a Ride Pager in order to ride Pokémon like Tauros in the Alola region. The player makes way to the next island, Akala Island. On Akala Island, the player attends the trials of Lana, Kiawe, and Mallow before battling island kahuna Olivia. On Akala Island, the player once again encounters Team Skull and encounters new people like a neglected member of Team Skull named Gladion who owns a Pokémon called Type: Null, and Hapu, a wanderer traveling the region with her Mudsdale. After defeating the island kahuna, Faba invites the player and Hau to Aether Paradise.

At Aether Paradise, the player and Hau meets the Aether Foundation President Lusamine and learn that the company is responsible for making Aether Paradise a sanctuary for abused Pokémon. In the middle of the meeting, a weird creature from another universe attacks the player and after a short battle retreats to its own world. Lusamine becomes interested in the odd creature and sends the duo to Ula'ula Island to complete their island challenge.

On Ula'ula Island, the player prepares for the trials of Sophocles and Acerola. While taking these trials, the player learns about a Pokémon League under construction and is challenged to participate in it as soon as the player completes the Island Challenge. After completing the two trials, the player meets the Team Skull leader Guzma and visits their base at Po Town. After defeating the team in Po Town, Police officer Nanu and Acerola thank the player for rescuing a stolen Yungoos and head to the Aether House.

Upon entering the house, Hau tells the player that Team Skull's Admin, Plumeria, kidnapped Lillie and Nebby. Gladion overhears the conversation and demands Hau and the player to travel with him to the ferry terminal for their next destination. Before the trio leave, Nanu challenges the player as an island kahuna. Nanu gives the player another Z-Crystal and asks Gladion what he is depending on Team Skull for before departing. Gladion reveals to the player and Hau that they have to return to Aether Paradise to rescue Lillie and Nebby. Despite the crazy story, the player and Hau tag with Gladion to Aether Paradise.

At Aether Paradise, employees begin to attack the team as they believe they are intruders. They eventually reach Faba, who also hints that there is something unusual about Aether Foundation. After a battle from the player, Faba redirects the trio to the lower level of Aether Paradise, with the trio unaware that it is a trap to buy time. After learning of the trap, they head back up to find Faba, who brought reinforcements to battle them. Wicke then appears to them and says that Lillie might be with the President, but it would be hard to get to them. Faba then ambushes them again with more employees. The team defeat the employees and Faba again, resulting in Faba giving them access to the president's office.

The trio then spot Team Skull and Guzma in front of where they need to go. Gladion immediately takes on Guzma while Hau and the player take out the Grunts. After taking out the Grunts, Guzma takes down Gladion and the player takes his place in battle. Guzma gets defeated by the player again and is forced to let the team move onwards. The player then runs into Lusamine and Lillie. The player witnesses a darker side of Lusamine and learns that Nebby is being sacrificed to bring back the beast from earlier. Lillie tries to reason with her mother, but fails to do so, resulting in the player going after Lusamine.

Gladion and Hau catch up to the player and Gladion tells his mother not to open the Ultra Wormhole, but again, Lusamine ignores her children and opens the wormhole anyway. This results in many Ultra Beasts being spread out in Alola. With the help of Guzma, Lusamine tries to put a stop to the team, but they put both of the villains and the beast to a stop. As the Ultra Wormhole closes, Guzma, Lusamine, and the beast retreat to Ultra Space while Lillie checks on Nebby, who has now transformed into a new form.

The next day, Gladion gives Lillie the Moon FluteS/Sun FluteM and helps the player and Lillie get to the final Island of Alola, Poni Island and recommends finding the island kahuna. The player and Lillie eventually find Hapu again, who reveals the island has no kahuna. The three then travel to the Ruins of Hope where Tapu Fini grants Hapu the honor of becoming Poni Island's new kahuna after they both teamed up to battle an Ultra Beast. Hapu then talks about the Legendary PokémonSolgaleoS/LunalaM and how there needs to be a ceremony at the Altar of the SunneS/Altar of the MooneM involving two particular flutes. Lillie shows Hapu the flute Gladion gave her and is told the other flute is on Exeggutor Island. Lillie and the player then head to Exeggutor Island to obtain Lillie's flute counterpart.

After the player takes the other flute, the player and Lillie return to Poni Island and head to the Altar. On the way to the Altar, they get ambushed by Team Skull. Team Skull battles the player in order to try and get them to talk about where Guzma disappeared to, but Plumeria puts a stop to the battling. Plumeria apologizes for her actions and lets them continue onwards in hopes of rescuing Guzma. Soon after, Hapu challenges the player to a Grand Trial and the player attends another trial in Vast Poni Canyon soon after. With both trials complete, the player completes the island challenge. The only thing left to do is to rescue Lusamine and Guzma from Ultra Space.

The player and Lillie reach the Altar and both prepare to play their flutes and wait until dawnS or duskM to summon the Legendary Pokémon. After playing their flutes, an odd power in the Altar forms and takes Lillie's bag to the source of the power. Nebby is taken from the bag and evolves into SolgaleoS/LunalaM. With its new power, Nebby takes Lillie and the player to Ultra Space. The two then run into Guzma, who seems to be possessed by the Ultra Beasts. Lillie continues to find her mother, and soon the two find Lusamine with the mysterious creature, now revealed to be called Nihilego. Lillie again tries convince her mother to return, but Lusamine eventually pushes her daughter's buttons and even calls her ugly. Lusamine calls out a captured Nihilego and merges with it, leaving the player to battle Lusamine until Nebby separates Lusamine and Nihilego from each other. Nebby then grabs the trapped people and brings them to the Altar, where Hapu takes Lusamine and Guzma to safely.

Nebby, still wanting to travel with Lillie and the player, gets rejected by Lillie as she believes that Nebby will not be able to get the adventures it wants with her as she is not a real trainer. Lillie then recommends Nebby should be captured by the player. The player gets into a battle with Nebby and eventually captures it. Lillie is thankful that Nebby will now be taken care of by its new parent and leaves to help out her mother. Nanu then appears at the Altar to let the player know that the next step is to battle all four kahunas in a row. However, with the new Pokémon League opened in Mount Lanakila on Ula'ula Island, Nanu takes the player there to complete the final trial.

When the player reaches the Pokémon League, Professor Kukui greets the player and gives him the choice to battle the four members of the Alola League in whatever choice the player decides. The members include island kahunas Hala and Olivia, who use Fighting- and Rock types respectively, Trial Captain Acerola, who uses the Ghost type, and Kahili, a former island challenge champion and golfer who uses the Flying type. After defeating the Elite Four, the player takes a seat in the Champion's chair before Professor Kukui surprises the player with a final battle, which has to be won before the player is officially the Champion. After becoming Champion, the player is invited back to a big festival in Iki Town to celebrate the big accomplishment.

During the festival, Lillie pulls the player to the side and the two revisit the Mahalo Trail and cross a rebuilt Plank Bridge to the Ruins of Conflict, hoping to get congratulated by Tapu Koko for finishing the island challenge. The player touches the statue in the Ruins of Conflict and gives thanks to Tapu Koko. After touching the statue, Tapu Koko challenges the player to a battle, which allows the player to either capture it or show the Guardian Pokémon the power of the new Alola Champion. After the battle, the two return to the festival. Shortly after returning, Lillie tries to tell the player of her next steps, but decides to instead let the player enjoy the rest of the festival.

The following day, Hau visits the player and drags the player to Hau'oli City. Hau and the player catch up to Lillie and Professor Kukui before the departure, and it is revealed Lillie is going to Kanto to help make herself and her mother get better and stronger. Lillie gives Hau and the player a gift before she sets sail to Kanto, leaving Hau in tears. The Professor shares some words with the player and Hau to show respect to Lillie's decision and soon after, the three make their way back home.

Blurb

Welcome to the World of Pokémon!

Are you ready to become a Pokémon Trainer?
Trade and battle with friends all over the world!

Train your Pokémon for battle!
Discover Pokémon and fill your Pokédex.
Care for your Pokémon and help them grow.
Adventure awaits in the Alola region!

Features

Rotom Pokédex

The player's Pokédex is a special model that can be inhabited by a Rotom, called the Rotom Pokédex. Through the Pokédex, Rotom can speak human languages. The Pokédex also acts as a real-time map on the bottom screen on the player's Nintendo 3DS, showing the player's location, places of interest, and recommended destinations based on conversations made with NPCs.

QR Scanner

Main article: QR Scanner

Players can scan QR codes corresponding to each Pokémon in the Pokédex, allowing them to register them as Pokémon they have seen. The QR scanner can also be used to receive event Pokémon, such as Magearna.

New forms

Pokémon Sun and Moon are the first core series games where players can use Zygarde's 10% and Complete Formes, as well as Greninja's Ash-Greninja form. Zygarde's other forms, Zygarde Cell and Core, also make non-playable appearances.

Alolan Forms

Main article: Regional form

Some Pokémon species have uniquely adapted to the microclimates of the Alola region, becoming what is known as a regional form of their species. These variant species take on different forms from those of their species in other regions, including a different appearance, Abilities, and more. An Alolan variant of a species is known as its Alolan Form.

Battle Royal

Main article: Battle Royal

The Battle Royal is a new battle format where four players enter into a free-for-all battle, with any player able to attack (or aid) another. The battle ends when all of one player's Pokémon faint, with the winner being the player who has the highest combined number of knockouts and number of remaining Pokémon.

Z-Moves

Main article: Z-Move

Z-Moves are a new type of move in which the Trainer and Pokémon's wishes combine to release their full power. Z-Moves are moves of great power, but can only be used once per battle.

In order to use a Z-Move, a Trainer needs two items: a Z-Ring and a Z-Crystal. A Z-Ring is a band worn on a Trainer's arm. A Z-Crystal must be set into the Z-Ring, and if a Pokémon holds a Z-Crystal of the same type, they will resonate with each other. If the Pokémon then knows a move corresponding to the Z-Crystal's type, it will be able to use a Z-Move. All Pokémon can use Z-Moves, and there are Z-Moves for each of the 18 types. There are also Z-Moves that can only be used by specific Pokémon.

When used in battle, a Z-Move takes over the entire screen in a short, cinematic display.

Island challenge

Main article: Island challenge

The island challenge is a new mechanic introduced in Pokémon Sun and Moon. It is a rite in which players travel through the four islands of Alola with the goal of becoming the strongest Trainer, known as the island challenge champion. In order to complete the island challenge, players must overcome each island's unique trials which may include, but are not limited to, finding items, completing tests of knowledge, and battling with Pokémon.

At the end of each island's trial, the player will have to battle a Totem Pokémon. A Totem Pokémon is much larger than its species normally is and has a special aura that appears to aid it in battle, such as by raising its Defense. Totem Pokémon are battled in SOS Battles, where they summon ally Pokémon to participate alongside them.

The final trial on each island is a Pokémon battle with the Island Kahuna known as the grand trial. Successfully clearing the grand trial gives the player the right to move on to the next island in their challenge, conveying official recognition that the player has cleared all of the island's trials.

In the past, after completing all grand trials, challengers would head to Mount Lanakila for a final trial where they have to defeat all four Kahunas in a row in order to be acknowledged as an island challenge Champion. This has since been replaced by the newly-founded Pokémon League.

Each trial has a Trial Captain who provides guidance to trial-goers. All of the Captains are Trainers who undertook trials in their own island challenge a few years earlier.

Elite Four and Champion

During the course of the game, Professor Kukui wishes for the Alola region to have it's own Pokémon League after seeing and challenging Kanto's Pokémon League. The Alola League is completed right after the player completes all the trials of the four islands. The Elite Four can be battled in any order like previous games. The Elite Four members are Hala (Fighting)SM/Molayne (Steel)USUM, Olivia (Rock), Acerola (Ghost), and Kahili (Flying). As the Pokémon League was just founded, it doesn't have a reigning Champion. Instead the player battles Professor KukuiSM/HauUSUM instead.

Poké Rides

Main article: Poké Ride

Poké Rides are a new feature whereby players can call on the services of certain Pokémon in order to access areas that they would not have been able to access on their own. These Pokémon are not part of the player's team, but they may be called on at any time. Poké Rides replace HMs in Pokémon Sun and Moon, as many of the Ride Pokémon have the same purpose as previously existing HMs.

Hyper Training

Main article: Hyper Training

Hyper Training is a new feature that lets the player maximize one or more of a Pokémon's IVs with the help of a man known as Mr. Hyper in exchange for Bottle Caps. Only a Pokémon that has reached level 100 can undergo Hyper Training.

Festival Plaza

Main article: Festival Plaza

As the player progresses through the game, they will become able to use Festival Plaza. Festival Plaza allows players to see other people playing near them, or other players that are connected to the internet to battle or trade. By talking to people and listening to their requests in Festival Plaza, players can receive Festival Coins. Festival Coins can be spent on stores in the plaza, and eventually rank up their Plaza.

Poké Pelago

Main article: Poké Pelago

Poké Pelago is a new feature that allows Pokémon that are stored in a PCBox to explore a variety of isles, play on athletic equipment, and enjoy other fun activities. The various islands allow the player's Pokémon to gather items, discover wild Pokémon, and even raise Pokémon levels and stats.

Pokémon

See Category:Generation VII Pokémon

81 new Pokémon were introduced for Sun and Moon, bringing the known total from 721 to 802.

Game-exclusive Pokémon

Compatibility

Pokémon Sun and Moon can connect with Pokémon Bank since its v1.3. This allows it to store and receive Pokémon from Pokémon Bank, including Pokémon from previous generations that were transferred into Pokémon Bank. Pokémon Sun and Moon can also battle and trade with Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, but not with any Pokémon, forms, or Z-Moves introduced in those games.

Reception

Gaming magazine Famitsu gave Pokémon Sun and Moon a score of 38 out of 40.[1]IGN rated the games an "Amazing" 9.0/10,[2] noting that the games "switch up the formula to create an engaging adventure." Both Pokémon Sun and Moon hold a rating of 87% on Metacritic.[3][4]

Sales

Within the first two weeks of release for Sun and Moon, over 7.5 million copies were sold in Japan, North America, and Europe.[5] In North America and Australia, they set a record for being the fastest-selling Nintendo games there, selling 3.7 million and 240 thousand copies, respectively, in the first two weeks.[6][7] They also set a similar record in Europe and the UK, selling 1.5 million and 368 thousand copies, respectively, in the first week.[8] In the fiscal year of their release, they sold 15.44 million units.[9] As of March 31, 2021, Pokémon Sun and Moon have sold 16.25 million copies worldwide.[10]

Japanese sales

Pokémon Sun and Moon sold 1,590,629 individual units on their first week on the Japanese market, being 807,540 from Pokémon Sun and 783,090 from Pokémon Moon, with a sell-through of 81.90% and 79.83% respectively.[11] By January 3, 2021, the end of their 216th week, they had sold 3,361,745 copies, being 1,743,792 from Pokémon Sun and 1,617,953 from Pokémon Moon.[12]

Pokémon Sun and Moon Dual Pack sold 151,379 units on its first week, with a sell-through of 93.72%.[11] By January 1, 2017, the end of its 7th week, it had sold 161,795 copies.[11] Combining all releases, the games sold 3,685,335 units, being 1,905,587 from Pokémon Sun and 1,779,748 from Pokémon Moon.

Pokémon Sun and Moon

Week Week ending Ranking Units sold Total units sold
1 November 20, 2016 1st 1,590,629 1,590,629
2 November 27, 2016 1st 375,665 1,966,294
3 December 4, 2016 2nd 223,051 2,189,345
4 December 11, 2016 2nd 190,101 2,379,446
5 December 18, 2016 2nd 199,514 2,578,960
6 December 25, 2016 1st 279,436 2,858,396
7 January 1, 2017 1st 90,891 2,949,287
8 January 8, 2017 2nd 90,298 3,039,585
9 January 15, 2017 4th 31,656 3,071,241
10 January 22, 2017 5th 21,036 3,092,277
11 January 29, 2017 3rd 20,343 3,112,620
12 February 5, 2017 2nd 19,831 3,132,451
13 February 12, 2017 5th 16,477 3,148,928
14 February 19, 2017 3rd 14,610 3,163,538
15 February 26, 2017 6th 13,441 3,176,979
16 March 5, 2017 12th 12,292 3,189,271
17 March 12, 2017 8th 11,646 3,200,916
18 March 19, 2017 12th 10,128 3,211,045
19 March 26, 2017 6th 9,956 3,221,001
20 April 2, 2017 12th 8,853 3,229,854
59 December 31, 2017 - - 3,340,565
111 December 30, 2018 - - 3,353,727
163 December 29, 2019 - - 3,359,635
216 January 3, 2021 - - 3,361,745

Pokémon Sun and Moon Dual Pack

Week Week ending Ranking Units sold Total units sold
1 November 20, 2016 2nd 151,379 151,379
2 November 27, 2016 14th 6,113 157,492
3 December 4, 2016 35th - -
7 January 1, 2017 - - 161,795

Staff

Main article: Staff of Pokémon Sun and Moon

Music

Main article: Pokémon Sun & Pokémon Moon: Super Music Collection

Version history

Beta elements

Main article: Pokémon Sun and Moon beta

Demo

Main article: Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon Special Demo Version

Trailers

Teaser

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First trailer

US

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UK

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Japan

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Gallery

Logos

  • Simplified Chinese Sun logo

  • Simplified Chinese Moon logo

  • Traditional Chinese Sun logo

  • Traditional Chinese Moon logo

  • Italian and Spanish Moon logo

Title screens

  • English Pokémon Sun title screen

  • English Pokémon Moon title screen

  • Japanese Pokémon Sun title screen

  • Japanese Pokémon Moon title screen

Icons

Boxart

Trivia

In other languages

See also

References

Sours: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Pok%C3%A9mon_Sun_and_Moon


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