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Pokécharms

Your source for Pokémon fan works, Trainer Cards, and news.

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Earlier this week a brand new mobile game, Magikarp Jump, was released in Italy for iOS and Android. Today the game has finally been released in the US and the UK, as well as elsewhere across the globe.
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A new download code for use with Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon has been revealed and gives fans the chance to get their hands on four Mega Stones. These Mega Stones are Pidgeotite, Steelixite, Heracronite and Houndoominite which are for use with Pidgeot, Steelix, Heracross and Houndoom.
We haven't done one of these in a while! For those of you who might be new to Flash Challenges, these are light-hearted, freeform artistic prompts, hopefully serving as inspiration for those who want to be creative.

So without further ado, the challenge this time is:

The Challenge

Create a written work, artwork, or trainer card about a legendary encounter.

At its most simple, this could be a battle with a Legendary or Mythical Pokémon. But a legendary encounter could be many things – after all, the fated battle between a trainer and their rival could be called a legendary encounter. So could a great test of skill, or the birth of a new friendship.

The choice, as always, is yours. The instructions for how to enter are in the full post...
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Following the release of a new Japanese trailer for the 20th Pokémon Movie - a "re-imagining" of the beginning of Ash's journey featuring a variety of Pokémon and characters that did not even exist when Ash started said journey, but who's counting - the yet-to-be-revealed Mythical Pokémon of Sun/Moon, Marshadow, has been finally officially revealed.

Read more...
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If you're a fan of Mega Beedrill, Mega Audino, Mega Mawlie, or Mega Medicham, we have good news for you today – TPCi have revealed a download code that will allow you to obtain Beedrillite, Audinite, Mawilite and Medichamite, four hold items that will allow you to Mega Evolve the respective Pokémon. You'll need to have gotten far enough in the game for your Z-Ring to be upgraded, and the Pokémon themselves aren't available in Alola – you'll need to trade for them, or use Pokémon Bank to obtain them

The Mystery Gift code to unlock the four stones is in the full article. Click through to see it......
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It’s that time again! Another year has come and gone, and Pokécharms is another year older. Today Pokécharms.com is celebrating its 14th anniversary, and while the last few months for us have been fairly quiet the past 365 days have definitely been enjoyable.
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Back in December of last year, the first teaser for the 20th Pokémon movie was revealed by the Japanese children's TV show Oha Suta. Now, two and a half months later, Oha Suta has also aired the first full-length trailer for the film, named "Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!" in Japan.

This new movie trailer shows us a retelling of the day that Ash Ketchum first met Pikachu. Long-time fans of the anime series will quickly spot several differences within the trailer from the original anime episode, such as the slightly altered design of Ash's hat and, more importantly, the increased focus on Ho-Oh. Click through to see the trailer for yourself!...
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A distribution has started in the UK and Europe that allows owners of Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon the chance to get their hand on a Bottle Cap item. Having a Bottle Cap allows you to push one Pokémon's IV up to the maximum value of 31, so if you're a competitive player than you definitely want to get your hands on one!

The event is running via codes which can be obtained from GAME stores in the UK. The distribution started today and runs until the 28th of February and all codes must be used by the 13th of May or they'll no longer work.
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Some of you may have heard of a mobile game called Pokémon Comaster, which was released in Japan in April last year. Yesterday the game was finally given an English release under the new name of Pokémon Duel.

Read on to find a trailer for the game!
Given that the games have been out a couple of months now, it's now time to lift the last restrictions on talking about Pokémon Sun and Moon. As of today, you may now post anywhere on the site regarding the plot of Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon.

If you are posting spoilers, you do not need to put them in [spoiler] tags, although it is worth considering that some of our users still may not want to see some of the late-game plot points. We leave it up to your discretion as to whether you continue to use them. :)

As always, thanks for being part of Pokécharms, and we hope you enjoy the new freedom :)