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Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

Also known as: Pocket Monsters Scarlet and Violet (JP/KR)
Developer: Game Freak
Publishers: The Pokémon Company (JP), Nintendo (INT)
Platform: Nintendo Switch
Released internationally: November 18, 2022


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GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
ItemsIcon.png This game has unused items.
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Pokémon Scarlet and Violet launch Generation IX by building on the previous two third-person outings with a full-on open world adventure set in the Paldea region, inspired by the Iberian Peninsula. Though the largely open nature and storyline is considered to be a huge improvement, the games sadly suffer from overall spotty performance as well as a variety of graphical glitches.

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To do:
  • Placeholder Pokémon and move slots in pre-1.2.0 versions for Walking Wake/Iron Leaves and their signature moves.
  • As usual, there are tons of leftover items and text strings from previous Pokémon games.
  • Any unused moves or abilities that had their descriptions updated?
  • Various unused trainer teams.
  • Text changes between v1.0.0 and v1.0.1.
  • Multiple Unused Rooms.
  • More details on the unobtainable alternate Koraidon/Miraidon forms and how they differ from the used forms.
  • Updates 1.3.1, 1.3.2, 2.0.1, and 2.0.2.
  • Additional minor changes from the v1.0.1 update, described here.

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Updated Item Descriptions
Unused items without icons, which had their description updated.
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Unused Teams
And here we have [NO NAME], and [NO NAME], and [NO NAME], and...

Unobtainable Shiny Pokémon

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To do:
*Unobtainable transfer only shinies: Meloetta, Hoopa, Volcanion, Magearna, Kubfu, Urshifu, Zarude, Glastrier, Spectrier, Calyrex, Enamorus and Pokéball Vivillon.
  • Unobtainable shinies in the Teal Mask DLC: Ogidogi, Munkidori, Fezandipiti, Ogerpon, and Blood Moon Ursaluna.
  • Unobtainable shinies in the Indigo Disk DLC: Raging Bolt, Gouging Fire, Iron Boulder, Iron Crown, Terapagos (All Formes), and Pecharunt.

For the sake of consistency, every Pokémon in every Pokémon game is given a Shiny variant. Most Shiny Pokémon have been obtainable through random chance encounters or event distributions, including most Legendaries. However, a few Pokémon cannot be obtained in this form without hacking, and as a consequence normal players would never be able to see their Shiny coloration. The following are currently unavailable:

  • Gimmighoul (Roaming Form).

GimmighoulRoaming ShinySV.gif

  • The Treasures of Ruin quartet: Wo-Chien, Chien-Pao, Ting-Lu, and Chi-Yu.

Wo-Chien ShinySV.gif Chien-Pao ShinySV.gif Ting-Lu ShinySV.gif Chi-Yu ShinySV.gif

  • The box Legendaries, Koraidon and Miraidon.

Koraidon ShinySV.gif Miraidon ShinySV.gif

  • Walking Wake and Iron Leaves.

WalkingWake ShinySV.gif IronLeaves ShinySV.gif

Unobtainable Moves

As usual for new Pokémon games, some moves have been entirely dummied-out and are unavailable. However, some Pokémon are able to learn certain moves through Egg Moves, but are currently unable to learn these moves as there is no Pokémon that can pass down the move to them.

Pokémon Move Notes
Geodude Mega Punch No legal donors as of the release of The Teal Mask.

Certain Pokémon are usually unable to obtain specific Egg Moves without the use of a Mirror Herb, but certain very specific encounters come with the move already, allowing for the Egg Move to be transferred down naturally.

Pokémon Move Notes
Shroodle Cross Poison Available from a Fixed Encounter Grafaiai.
Magnemite Electroweb Available from a 2 star encounter with Magnemite.
Mareep Electroweb Available from a 2 star encounter with Magnemite.
(Source: [1])

Unused Pokémon Data

Unused Gift Pokémon

Present in eventAddPokemon.bin is data for two unused Gift Pokémon: a Level 90 Quagsire and a Level 80 Yanma.


Beyond their high levels, Yanma's inclusion here is especially strange given it isn't included in the base game's Pokédex, though it would be added in the Teal Mask expansion. While Quagsire is obtainable in the base game through evolving a Johtonian Wooper (obtainable via an in-game trade), the data for this gift version remains unused.

Unused Wild Gimmighoul Levels

Gimmighoul can be found in chests scattered across various parts of the Paldea Region, with each static encounter ranging from being between Levels 5-60. However, data exists for encountering these Gimmighoul at Level 1, despite this never occurring.

Unused Placeholder Model

The placeholder model.

Prior to v1.2.0, there was a model of Pikachu (complete with rigging and textures) in place of Walking Wake and Iron Leaves. It is identical to the regular model of Pikachu, including the ability to play animations.

Koraidon & Miraidon Ride Forms

Limited Build Koraidon's dex entry in Violet.
Low-Power Mode Miraidon's dex entry in Violet.

Koraidon and Miraidon's Ride forms are fully functional as individual Pokemon when hacked into the game. All forms use the same model from the special rideable Koraidon/Miraidon found at the beginning of the game. They have no Shiny forms and their stats are identical to their Apex Build and Ultimate Mode, respectively. They use the same cries sounded when using the "Let's Go!" auto-battle feature, even during battle. While Koraidon's animations are largely functional, Miraidon can occasionally T-pose, and has some animations seemingly copied from Koraidon. This most commonly happens with the "Let's Go!" and Picnic features.

Limited Build Koraidon and Low-Power Mode Miraidon in the party menu.

Some battle animations are absent, such as when they use their signature moves, Collision Course and Electro Drift, respectively; however, others exist for both, such as a biting attack animation. When Terastallized, they will wear their Tera Jewels backwards. While Koraidon has no animation when the Tera Jewel glows, Miraidon does[1]. In the party menu, their icons are offset, likely due to being intended for the slot used by the player in the normal game.

If used with the Synchro Machine from the Indigo Disk DLC, they are fully functional, with animations for battling, walking, and running. Curiously, in this setting, Miraidon walks on all fours, akin to Koraidon.

(Source: Martha's Against Humanity)

Dex Entries

Koraidon and Miraidon have unused dex entry data for the base version of their low-power "ride form". It is currently unknown what this data would be used for.

(Source: mattyoukhana_)
Koraidon Miraidon
Scarlet Pokédex Violet Pokédex Scarlet Pokédex Violet Pokédex
The ecology and other data about this Pokémon are unknown. It was named Koraidon by the professor who discovered it.
It has similar characteristics to a creature described in an old book as the Winged King.
Its characteristics match those of a mysterious object recorded in an old expedition journal as the Iron Serpent.
It was given the name Miraidon by the professor who discovered it. Its ecology and other details are unknown.

There are some discrepancies in height and weight:

  • Each Ride build of Koraidon is 11'6" / 3.5m tall, which makes it taller than the Apex Build, being 8'02" / 2.5m. Curiously, this makes the Ride builds of Koraidon as tall as Ultimate Mode Miraidon.
  • Each Ride mode of Miraidon is 9'2" / 2.7m tall, which is smaller than the Ultimate Mode, being 11'6" / 3.5m tall.

Alternate Form Names

Since Koraidon's and Miraidon's various "ride forms" can't be viewed in the Pokédex, the text strings for their names go unused.

Koraidon Miraidon
Limited Build
Sprinting Build
Swimming Build
Gliding Build
Low-Power Mode
Drive Mode
Aquatic Mode
Glide Mode

Unused Graphics

A variety of placeholder graphics for different purposes.

Placeholder type icons. These assets could be seen in game if the player were to enter certain menus, as the assets are placed there while the actual assets that are used load. Additionally Pokémon without a type due to losing it via moves can cause these assets to load.[2]

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Placeholder Pokémon icon.

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Placeholder Ribbon.

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Placeholder status condition icon.

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Placeholder League Card background.

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Placeholder map screen graphics.

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Placeholder Pokédex animation textures.

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Eight copies of a placeholder tip screen.

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Placeholder TM Machine icon.

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Placeholder customization graphics, for clothing and hair salons.

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A set of 18 placeholder character icons, labeled 00_00, 00_01, 00_02, 01_00, and so on.

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Hypno Artwork

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Included in Hypno's female data (pm0097/pm0097_01_00) is a texture featuring Hypno's official artwork with a poorly-drawn female symbol on the bottom-right corner. This texture is never seen on the female Hypno model, however.

Unused Items

These two items have no names or descriptions, so their purpose is unknown.

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A Baguette is automatically used when making a sandwich and cannot be obtained as a bag item.

Icon Item Name Description
PkmnSV Item 1888.png Baguette A long loaf sliced into top and bottom halves. Its aroma of wheat and its straightforward, salty flavor make it pair well with all kinds of sandwich ingredients.

Leftover Items

As usual, data for many items from past games can be found in the game. Since the item icons have been completely redrawn, most of these old items use a dummy icon instead.

Icon Item Name Description Notes
PkmnSV Item 0000.png None This item's icon is technically used, but only in rare circumstances. If the game hitches when loading item icons (as it tends to do), one can observe that the icon is used as a placeholder before getting replaced with the actual icon.
PkmnSV Item 0016.png Cherish Ball A quite rare Poké Ball made to commemorate a special occasion of some sort. Though not obtainable as an item, Pokemon in this ball have been distributed during events.
PkmnSV Item 0076.png Super Repel An item that prevents low-level wild Pokémon from jumping out at you for a time. It lasts longer than Repel.
PkmnSV Item 0077.png Max Repel An item that prevents low-level wild Pokémon from jumping out at you for a time. It lasts longer than Super Repel.
PkmnSV Item 0078.png Escape Rope A long and durable rope. Use it to escape instantly from locations like caves or dungeons. It can be used any number of times.
PkmnSV Item 0079.png Repel An item that prevents low-level wild Pokémon from jumping out at you for a short time.
PkmnSV Item 0111.png Odd Keystone A vital item that is needed to keep a stone tower from collapsing. Voices can be heard from it occasionally. Spiritomb is found in the wild in certain parts of Paldea, rendering the item unnecessary.
PkmnSV Item 0164.png Razz Berry Used to make Pokéblocks that will enhance Coolness. Its red flesh is spicy if eaten.
PkmnSV Item 0165.png Bluk Berry Used to make Pokéblocks that will enhance Beauty. Its blue flesh is dry if eaten.
PkmnSV Item 0166.png Nanab Berry Used to make Pokéblocks that will enhance Cuteness. Its pink flesh is sweet if eaten.
PkmnSV Item 0167.png Wepear Berry Used to make Pokéblocks that will enhance Cleverness. Its green flesh is bitter if eaten.
PkmnSV Item 0168.png Pinap Berry Used to make Pokéblocks that will enhance Toughness. Its yellow flesh is sour if eaten.
PkmnSV Item 0175.png Cornn Berry Used to make Pokéblocks that will enhance Beauty. This Berry is rare in other regions.
PkmnSV Item 0176.png Magost Berry Used to make Pokéblocks that will enhance Cuteness. This Berry is rare in other regions.
PkmnSV Item 0177.png Rabuta Berry Used to make Pokéblocks that will enhance Cleverness. This Berry is rare in other regions.
PkmnSV Item 0178.png Nomel Berry Used to make Pokéblocks that will enhance Toughness. This Berry is rare in other regions.
PkmnSV Item 0179.png Spelon Berry Used to make Pokéblocks that will enhance Cuteness. This Berry is rare in other regions.
PkmnSV Item 0180.png Pamtre Berry Used to make Pokéblocks that will enhance Beauty. This Berry is rare in other regions.
PkmnSV Item 0181.png Watmel Berry Used to make Pokéblocks that will enhance Cleverness. This Berry is rare in other regions.
PkmnSV Item 0182.png Durin Berry Used to make Pokéblocks that will enhance Cleverness. This Berry is rare in other regions.
PkmnSV Item 0183.png Belue Berry Used to make Pokéblocks that will enhance Beauty. This Berry is rare in other regions.
PkmnSV Item 0216.png Exp. Share Turning on this special device will allow all the Pokémon on your team to share in Exp. Points gained.
PkmnSV Item 0224.png Cleanse Tag An item to be held by a Pokémon. It helps keep wild Pokémon away when the holder is the head of the party.
PkmnSV Item 0254.png Sea Incense An item to be held by a Pokémon. This incense has a curious aroma that boosts the power of the holder’s Water-type moves.
PkmnSV Item 0255.png Lax Incense An item to be held by a Pokémon. The curious aroma of this incense may cause moves to miss its holder.
PkmnSV Item 0314.png Odd Incense An item to be held by a Pokémon. This incense has a curious aroma that boosts the power of the holder’s Psychic-type moves.
PkmnSV Item 0315.png Rock Incense An item to be held by a Pokémon. This incense has a curious aroma that boosts the power of the holder’s Rock-type moves.
PkmnSV Item 0316.png Full Incense An item to be held by a Pokémon. This incense has a curious aroma that makes the holder move slower than usual.
PkmnSV Item 0317.png Wave Incense An item to be held by a Pokémon. This incense has a curious aroma that boosts the power of the holder’s Water-type moves.
PkmnSV Item 0318.png Rose Incense An item to be held by a Pokémon. This incense has a curious aroma that boosts the power of the holder’s Grass-type moves.
PkmnSV Item 0319.png Luck Incense An item to be held by a Pokémon. It doubles any prize money received as long as the holder joins the battle at least once.
PkmnSV Item 0320.png Pure Incense An item to be held by a Pokémon. It helps keep wild Pokémon away when the holder is the head of the party.
PkmnSV Item 0485.png Red Apricorn A red Apricorn. It has a pungent scent that assails the nostrils.
PkmnSV Item 0486.png Blue Apricorn A blue Apricorn. It has a slightly grassy smell to it.
PkmnSV Item 0487.png Yellow Apricorn A yellow Apricorn. It has a light, refreshing scent.
PkmnSV Item 0488.png Green Apricorn A green Apricorn. It has a mysterious and aromatic scent.
PkmnSV Item 0489.png Pink Apricorn A pink Apricorn. It has a pleasantly sweet scent.
PkmnSV Item 0490.png White Apricorn A white Apricorn. It doesn’t have any aroma at all.
PkmnSV Item 0491.png Black Apricorn A black Apricorn. It has a smell that cannot be captured in words.
PkmnSV Item 0500.png Park Ball A special Poké Ball used in the Pal Park.
PkmnSV Item 0631.png Oval Charm Having one of these mysterious oval charms makes it more likely Pokémon Eggs might be found during picnics. The description was updated to reflect the new method of obtaining eggs.
PkmnSV Item 0708.png Lumiose Galette A popular treat in Lumiose City. It can be used to cure any status condition a Pokémon may have.
PkmnSV Item 0709.png Shalour Sable Shalour City’s famous shortbread. It can be used to cure any status condition a Pokémon may have.
PkmnSV Item 1691.png Black Augurite A glassy black stone that produces a sharp cutting edge when split. It’s loved by a certain Pokémon. Wild Kleavor can be found in the Terarium, but the item to evolve one from a Scyther is unavailable.
PkmnSV Item 1692.png Peat Block A block of muddy material that can be used as fuel for burning when it is dried. It’s loved by a certain Pokémon. Ursaluna itself is coded into the game as a transfer-only Pokémon, but the item to evolve one from an Ursaring isn't available.
PkmnSV Item 1780.png Blank Plate A stone tablet imbued with the essence of normalcy. When used on a certain Pokémon, it allows that Pokémon to gain the power of the Normal type. Other plates are obtainable in Porto Marinada if Arceus is in your boxes.
PkmnSV Item 1785.png Strange Ball This item has no description. Though not obtainable as an item, when a Pokémon is transferred from Legends: Arceus, its ball will appear as the Strange Ball.
PkmnSV Item 1828.png Legend Plate A stone tablet imbued with the essence of all creation. When used on a certain Pokémon, it allows that Pokémon to gain the power of every type there is. Other plates are obtainable in Porto Marinada if Arceus is in your boxes.

Oddities

Internal Pokemon Name Oddities

  • While most Pokemon up to those introduced in Sword & Shield are labelled with their official Japanese names, Zarude's entry is simply labelled "m23", a reference to Zarude being the star Pokemon of the 23rd animated movie, Secrets of the Jungle.
  • The internal names for Toedscool and Toedscruel are OKAKINGU & OKAGYARADOSU respectively, suggesting that they were originally planned as Convergent counterparts for Magikarp and Gyarados, before eventually changing to Tentacool and Tentacruel.
  • Entries for Walking Wake & Iron Leaves, Paradox Pokemon who weren't implemented until the 1.2.0 update, existed in the base game, labelled "AKETUBAN" & "BKETUBAN". KETUBAN (Ketsuban) translates to "missing number", commonly abbreviated as MissingNo.
  • The entries for Roaring Moon & Iron Valiant are amusingly labelled "AAAAA" & "BBBBB".


Version Differences

v1.0.1

Acactussayswhat?
Please elaborate.
Having more detail is always a good thing.
Specifically: List the move-compatibility changes.

Initial update, which went live prior to launch on November 10, 2022.

  • Activates online features.
  • Move compatibility was updated for certain Pokémon.
  • The stats of the Treasures of Ruin quartet were adjusted:
Ting-Lu Chien-Pao Wo-Chien Chi-Yu
v1.0.0 v1.0.1 v1.0.0 v1.0.1 v1.0.0 v1.0.1 v1.0.0 v1.0.1
HP: 165

Attack: 110
Defense: 130
Sp. Atk: 50
Sp. Def: 80
Speed: 45
Total: 580

HP: 155

Attack: 110
Defense: 125
Sp. Atk: 55
Sp. Def: 80
Speed: 45
Total: 570

HP: 80

Attack: 130
Defense: 80
Sp. Atk: 90
Sp. Def: 65
Speed: 135
Total: 580

HP: 80

Attack: 120
Defense: 80
Sp. Atk: 90
Sp. Def: 65
Speed: 135
Total: 570

HP: 85

Attack: 90
Defense: 100
Sp. Atk: 100
Sp. Def: 135
Speed: 70
Total: 580

HP: 85

Attack: 85
Defense: 100
Sp. Atk: 95
Sp. Def: 135
Speed: 70
Total: 570

HP: 55

Attack: 80
Defense: 80
Sp. Atk: 145
Sp. Def: 120
Speed: 100
Total: 580

HP: 55

Attack: 80
Defense: 80
Sp. Atk: 135
Sp. Def: 120
Speed: 100
Total: 570

v1.1.0

Went live on December 1, 2022.

  • A bug causing the Elite Four and Top Champion battle themes to incorrectly only loop the first 15 seconds of each theme was fixed.
  • Pokémon afflicted with Sleep in battle now close their eyes.
  • Certain Pokémon now use their proper idle animations in battle.
  • An exploit making it possible to clone the special rideable Koraidon/Miraidon via bypassing the restriction on sending it to your boxes with well-timed button presses was removed (though the item-duplication method utilizing said clones was not, so it can still be used by players who had used the exploit before applying the update).
  • The glitched fixed RNG in the Battle Stadium was patched.
  • Unspecified bug fixes.
(Source: Bulbapedia)

v1.2.0

Elementary, my dear Cactus.
This needs some investigation.
Discuss ideas and findings on the talk page.
Specifically: Check if Hisuian Zorua's stats were also changed in 1.2.0.

Went live on February 27, 2023.

  • Added 2 new Paradox Pokémon, Walking Wake and Iron Leaves.
  • Added functionality with Pokémon GO, allowing players to send GO Postcards to their Scarlet/Violet game and have alternate versions of Vivillon spawn in-game.
  • Online Competitions and Friendly Competitions have been added to the Battle Stadium.
  • Support for the DLC, adding a button on the main menu that redirects the user to the DLC's Nintendo eShop page.
  • Hisuian Zorua and Zoroark are now obtainable in-game through a mystery gift for the latter.
  • Pokémon summary screens are now consistent, allowing every feature to be accessed no matter where the summary screen is opened from.
  • Additional functionality has been added for Pokémon boxes:
    • Players can swap out held items by pressing the Y button while in the Held Items view.
    • Players are able to select All Boxes while moving Pokémon or items in the Party and Boxes and Held Items view.
    • In the Battle Team view, Pokémon in the user's Boxes assigned to a Battle Team will now have their icons displayed in a darker hue if those Pokémon are members of the Battle Team currently being displayed.
  • The news screen now shows when connecting to the internet through a menu that is not the Poké Portal.
  • Multiple fixes to Tera Raids that would halt/break the raid:
    • The Tera Raid Pokémon's health bar would not properly show the health of the Pokémon when hit with certain moves (Play Rough, for example).
    • In 7-star raids, all Pokémon on the player's side could faint despite the health bar suggesting that the Pokémon still had HP remaining.
    • If a raid Pokémon were to do specific actions while the player was choosing a move, the player would be unable to input anything.
    • A player that joined a raid would see a different raid Pokémon than what the host would see.
    • A player joining a Tera Raid from the Tera Raid screen could join a different raid from what was displayed.
    • Tera Raid Crystals could stop appearing for a certain amount of time.
  • Type match-ups no longer show against a Pokémon if the Pokémon faints in Double Battles.
  • Type match-ups against a Zoroark disguised under Illusion and Terastallized now show the Zoroark's Tera Type instead of the disguised Pokémon's type.
  • Zoroark disguised under Illusion and Terastallized can no longer be identified using the Check Target option.
  • Dondozo no longer gets boosts from Tatsugiri when using Order Up when the move should fail (Protect, Detect, etc.).
  • Destiny Bond will now work if a Pokemon Terastallizes after using Destiny Bond and then faints.
  • The game no longer crashes at certain points of the game.
    • However, fewer NPCs and Pokémon may spawn in order to prevent this from happening.
  • Pokémon not in the Paldea Pokédex are no longer "registered" when being obtained through Link Trade.
  • Certain actions caused the main character to stop expressing emotions until the game was closed and reopened in 1.1.0. This has been fixed in 1.2.0.
  • After Ranked Battles Season 1, visiting the Ranked Battles screen immediately after the season’s results had been calculated caused an error right after the player received their rewards. Following this error, players were unable to participate in any further Ranked Battles. This has been fixed.
  • A Pokémon that wins a battle in Master Ball rank now receives the Master Rank ribbon 100% of the time.
  • Link Trading a Pokémon back to the Original Trainer above the level limit would stop the Pokémon from listening to the OT. This has been fixed.
  • If you already had a Pokémon registered to your Pokédex, obtaining a Shiny variant or a foreign variant is now registered in the Pokédex.
  • An exploit that allowed the player to gain infinite speed while gliding on Koraidon/Miraidon was fixed.
  • Objects such as Poké Balls are no longer displayed in certain areas unintentionally.
  • Passersby are no longer displayed during certain battles that take place in towns during the main story.
  • Hisuian Zoroark's stats were updated to use Legends: Arceus' stat spread rather than a copy of Original Zoroark's.
  • Additional unspecified bug fixes.

v1.3.0

Went live on April 20, 2023.

  • Fixed a bug where players who still had version 1.1.0 of the game during the Walking Wake/Iron Leaves event and caught a Bad Egg by mistake due to these Pokemon not having data prior to 1.2.0 were unable to catch them after updating. (The Bad Eggs themselves were not removed, however.)
  • The deadline for entries for Friendly Competitions was changed from when the Competition begins to when it ends.
  • Several Link Battle bugs were fixed:
    • Attempting to switch in a new Pokémon just before the selection timer reached zero could cause the switch to fail, resulting in abnormal behavior.
    • The remaining time for the battle would no longer be displayed once it was under one minute.
    • The selection timer for sending in a new Pokémon to replace a fainted one could be reduced depending on the move used to faint it.
  • Fixed a bug introduced in 1.2.0 where Cud Chew would continue to activate every other turn after the initial instance, rather than only once.
  • The Check Status screen of a Zoroark disguised under Illusion and Terastallized now shows the Zoroark's Tera Type instead of the disguised Pokémon's type.
  • Similarly, the Check Status screen of a Zoroark disguised under Illusion as an already-Terastallized Pokémon now shows the Zoroark's type instead of the disguised Pokémon's Tera Type.
  • Hitting two opposing Pokémon with one move in a Double Battle while one of them is behind a Substitute no longer causes any stat changes the user would receive from the move to be applied twice.
  • Fixed a crash issue involving pairing with a Pokémon GO account.
  • Receiving the Hisuian Zoroark Mystery Gift can no longer count as the first sighting of a regular Zoroark for the Pokédex registry.
  • Additional unspecified bug fixes.


(Source: Nintendo Customer Support)