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Pokemon’s 20th Celebration Rolls Into Summer With Manaphy

Celebrate the start of summer and 20 years of Pokémon with the appearance of the Mythical Pokémon Manaphy!

Manaphy made its first appearance in Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl, but Trainers needed to first obtain its Egg in the Nintendo DS game Pokémon Ranger. This extremely rare Mythical Pokémon is now available and easily obtainable for players of Pokémon X, Pokémon Y, Pokémon Omega Ruby, and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire via Nintendo Network. Get this Lv. 100 Manaphy through June 24, 2016 and visit to learn how to get it!

Manaphy fans can also now get the Pokémon TCG: Mythical Pokémon Collection—Manaphy, which includes a special Manaphy promo card and a pin of the Mythical Pokémon. The limited time collection also contains two special Pokémon TCG: Generations booster packs. Pokémon toy collectors can get a Clip ’n’ Carry Poké Ball with two-inch Manaphy figure from TOMY International at participating Toys“R”Us stores while supplies last.

Watch Manaphy in Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea, and follow our heroes as they team up with a Pokémon Ranger to reach the Sea Temple, which contains the secrets of the Mythical Pokémon Manaphy. The digitally remastered movie is available now for download on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon Video at the following links:

More Manaphy details can be found at Fans visiting the site throughout the year will find information about monthly Mythical Pokémon character distributions, retail events, special products, messages from some of Pokémon’s biggest fans, and the Pokémon Photo Booth app.

Pokémon. Twenty years. Train On.

Source: PR

9 thoughts on “Pokemon’s 20th Celebration Rolls Into Summer With Manaphy”

  1. I already had Manaphy but I got a second one for the hell of it. Aside from them ruining this Pokemon Anniversary by making all of the Mythical Pokemon they are giving out this year be at max level 100, I’ll have 720 out of 721 of all Pokemon from 1st to 6th gen in my possession.

    1. How is level 100 ruining it? All it does is make it more convenient for non-level-restricted battles

      1. It ruins it because some of us like to actually personally raise our Pokemon. We can’t do that if they are at max level.

    1. *patiently waits for Shaymin, Arceus, Keldeo, Genesect, & Meloetta* Of course, I would have Genesect right now if I didn’t skip Black 2/White 2 when it first released since Genesect was being given away to anyone that got the game during a certain time frame of the game’s release. *shrug*

  2. I just received an email saying that I was selected to be a tester for Pokemon Go. So, I guess that the app is now out in the US for testing; can’t wait to try it, unfortunately it says that I can’t share any screenshots or give any info away to keep it confidential.

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