Pokemon fans are unglued when the developers of the game and Nintendo launched Pokebank yesterday for Pokemon Sun and Moon. Prior to using the application, there are things that every Pokemon Player should consider.
Finally, after how many years(exaggeration of some players), Pokebank was released and a lot of fans were very thrilled to see one of the most talked applications in the Pokemon video game history. For those who are not familiar with Pokebank and Poketransfer, it is a must for you to read the guidelines. Pokemon Bank or Pokebank is not a free service. With that said, there’s an annual amount to pay for you to use this service.
Pokebank can be easily described as a storage box of a certain item and character in Pokemon. The good thing about Pokebank is, it can hold up to 3000 Pokemon. Yes, you read it right, 3000 Pokemon. Players should use their Pokebank wisely even if it has the capacity to store thousands of Pokemon. Once they have finally decided what specific Pokemon they need to transfer in their box, they now need the Pokemon transporter application to transfer those Pokemon.
There are still a lot of questions surrounding these 2 applications in the gaming community. One of them is, if it is possible to transfer glitch Pokemon to Pokemon Sun and Moon. Luckily, the famed YouTuber is back it again with his insightful videos. He was able to show what Pokemon can and cannot be transferred.
So, let us go ahead and check which Pokemon is accessible via Pokebank and Pokemon Transporter. Please do take note that we will only cover some of the Pokemon as they are too many to discuss.
We apologize if we bring you the bad news but Mew is not transferable, for now. If you’ve been following the recent thread about Pokebank and transferable Pokemon, Mew’s name is on top of the list. There are a lot of reasons why most of the players wants to transfer Mew in Pokemon Sun And Moon. The main reason would be, they might have leveled up Mew in the other game that’s why they intended to transfer in in another series.
A glitch Pokemon that is very hard to capture. Few Pokemon trainers were able to get hold of this Pokemon. According to some statistics provided in the unofficial page of Pokemon Trade, there’s at least 1% chance to encounter Missingno. Now that is lower comparing to legendary Pokemon or even the ultra beast Pokemon.
Like Missingno, this rare Pokemon is not transferable right now. Kangaskhan is not the best or the strongest, not even a legendary Pokemon but it is one of the hardest Pokemon to catch. He is located in Wela Volcano Park which also hard to find and if you are lucky enough, it will appear in an S.O.S battle. On a positive note, Kangaskhan has a higher percentage to be catch than Missingno.
So far, these are the Pokemon that we’ve tried transferring over but not successful. Take note as well that some of the naming conventions of Pokemon that are transferred might be different once it is in Sun And Moon.