Pokemon Sun And Moon: Here Are The Two New Mega Stones For The April Competition

The two new Mega Stones for Pokémon Sun and Moon April battle competition have been revealed. Meanwhile, the fifth global mission is already a success as players have already reached the goal.

Pokémon Sun and Moon Mega Stones For The April Competition

According to IBTimes, the next battle competition will take place in late April but there have already been several details about the upcoming event. To begin with, the competition will begin on April 28 and will continue until April 30. The Double Battle event will follow the VGC 2017 rules and will only include monsters from the Alola region.

Take note that the following Pokémon will be banned from the event: Cosmog, Cosmoem, Zygarde, Necromza, Lunala, Magearna and Solgaleo. That aside, participating players will receive two new stones for their game. The said items will be free and composed of the Sceptilite and Blazikenite. This will allow for both Blaziken and Sceptile to access their respective Mega Evolutions in Gen 7.

Fifth Global Mission Officially A Success

That aside, Siliconera reports that players have already completed the fifth global mission that involves hatching over 400,000 eggs. Even so, the event will still last until April 10 and players can still join to reap the full rewards from the mission.

Since the goal has been met, fans will receive 2,000 FC points while players who have their game tied to a Global Link account will get an additional 4,000 FC points and a Love Ball. The more recent global missions have been easier to complete following the first few flops.

To those who want to get the upcoming Mega Stones, they can register for the April battle competition on the April 19 until the April 27. Keep in mind that while Nintendo may be distributing the stones, participants are not allowed to use them in the competition. Pokémon Sun and Moon is now available to play on the 3DS.

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