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Solrock, Lunatone available for Japanese games with universal code

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  • Wednesday, July 26, 2017

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To promote the Pokémon Daisuki Club "Pokémon Mystery File" minisite, Solrock and Lunatone are available for Japanese region Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, respectively, from July 26 to October 31, 2017 using the universal serial code OYAJI30YEARS.

Solrock is available for Pokémon Sun. It is level 30, holds a Comet Shard, and knows the moves Cosmic Power, Hidden Power, Solar Beam and Stone Edge.

Lunatone is available for Pokémon Moon. It is level 30, holds a Comet Shard, and knows the moves Cosmic Power, Hidden Power, Moonblast and Power Gem.

Both Pokémon have the Original Trainer サクジ Sakuji with the Trainer ID number 170726. They are both in a Cherish Ball and both have a Classic Ribbon.


The serial code OYAJI30YEARS is a reference to a mysterious old man in Haina Desert (おやじ oyaji means "old man" in Japanese). If the player shows him Solrock (in Pokémon Sun) or Lunatone (in Pokémon Moon), he has special dialogue in which he mentions he last saw the shown Pokémon 30 years ago, then gives the player a Sun Stone or Moon Stone before flying off. The Pokémon Daisuki Club "Pokémon Mystery File" minisite encourages players to activate this in-game event.

Sakuji is the name of the Ruin Maniac on the Pokémon Daisuki Club "Pokémon Mystery File" minisite.