Strongest class Single Battle Pokémon announced for South Korea

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  • Saturday, February 9, 2013

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The strongest class Single Battle Pokémon that were released in Japan last year have been announced for South Korea. These Pokémon will be distributed at the South Korean qualifiers for the Pokémon World Championships 2013. They will be distributed on five different dates, and so far three dates have been confirmed, being Feb. 24 (1 pm - 6 pm), March 30 (1pm - 6pm), and April 20 (time unconfirmed).

One Pokémon will be obtainable randomly each week. Dragonite, Scizor, Tyranitar, Metagross, and Garchomp are the five Pokémon that will be distributed randomly. All five Pokémon will be level 100.

Dragonite will be male, hold a Lum Berry, have its Hidden Ability Multiscale, and have the moves: ExtremeSpeed, Fire Punch, Dragon Dance and Outrage.

Scizor will be male, hold a Life Orb, have the Ability Technician, and have the moves: Bullet Punch, Bug Bite, Roost and Sword Dance.

Tyranitar will be male, hold a Focus Sash, have the Ability Sand Stream, and have the moves: Fire Blast, Ice Beam, Stone Edge and Crunch.

Metagross will hold a Choice Band, have the Ability Clear Body, and have the moves: Bullet Punch, Zen Headbutt, Hammer Arm and Ice Punch.

Garchomp will be male, hold BrightPowder, have the Ability Sand Veil, and have the moves: Outrage, Earthquake, Swords Dance and Stone Edge.