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Players get second chance at Lucarionite
A patch for Pokémon Shuffle has been released that updates the game to v1.1.13. This patch adds new daily stages and a Lucarionite Competitive Stage.
The new daily stages will be available until June 6, 2015, with a different stage playable on each weekday. On Mondays, the player can play Girafarig's stage. Based on the silhouettes in the Pokémon Shuffle Pokédex, the rest of the stages are (respectively) Kecleon, Relicanth, Shuckle, and Spiritomb.
The Lucarionite Competitive Stage is available until May 25, 2015. This stage is a move-limited rather than a time-limited stage (differing from all previous Competitive Stages, including the previous Lucarionite Competitive Stage), with a limit of 20 moves. In this stage, players battle a Trainer's Mega Lucario and try to inflict as much damage as possible; this score can then be uploaded to the Pokémon Shuffle server. The top 30,000 players in North America, the top 15,000 in the PAL region, and the top 65,000 players in Japan will earn a Lucarionite; players who place, but obtained the Lucarionite in the previous competition will earn two Jewels instead. All players that participate but do not place will earn 1 Jewel.