Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet are now available for Nintendo Switch. Read on below to learn more about a Tera Pokémon distribution event:
Receive a Flying Tera-Type Lechonk at GameStop and EB Games
Visit your local retailer to receive a code card that lets you bring a Flying–Tera Type Lechonk into your Pokémon Scarlet or Pokémon Violet game.
It’s a Squawkabilly! It’s a Dragapult! No, it’s Lechonk! A special Lechonk with Flying as its Tera Type is soaring into GameStop and EB Games as part of the Discover Pokémon Together: Lechonk event. Soon, you’ll be able to get this Flying–Tera Type Lechonk by visiting GameStop (US/Canada) or EB Games (Australia/New Zealand) and picking up a free distribution card while supplies last.
Whether you’re looking to start a new adventure with this exclusive Lechonk or train it for competitive battles and raids, it’s certain to add a special spark to your collection in Pokémon Scarlet or Pokémon Violet. This Lechonk comes in a nifty Cherish Ball and has the special Classic Ribbon—it also knows the move Tera Blast, which will become a Flying-type move when Terastallized.
Check out the schedule below to see when you can get code cards from your local retailer.
- March 31 – April 15, 2023 (US/Canada) at GameStop
- 6 April – 20 April 2023 (Australia/New Zealand) at EB Games
To claim your in-game gift, follow these steps:
- Launch your Pokémon Scarlet or Pokémon Violet game.
- Select Poké Portal on the X menu.
- Select Mystery Gift, then select Get with Code/Password to connect to the internet.
- Enter your code.
- Watch as the gift arrives in your game. (Pokémon will appear in your party or your Pokémon Boxes.)
- Be sure to save your game.
No purchase is required to receive a code card for this Lechonk, but cards will only be available while supplies last, so don’t delay! Head over to your local retailer to claim this flying Hog Pokémon!
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