The duo video games Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are to get grand goodies soon in this month, July. The list consists of revised rules for the special battles and a couple of free Legendary Pokemon.
As for the rules, season 11 will run between July 10 and September 3 this year. This is applicable for both the mentioned games and on the Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon as well. However, rankings will be separate for the respective games.
The battle type will be Single Battle. It will come with the standard ruleset and the addition of enabling the use of Mythical Pokemon and the standard Zygarde and Necrozma. But the special battles for this season will have restrictions over several Pokemon.
The restrictions are National Pokedex, Mewtwo, Lugia, Kyogre, Ho-Oh, Groudon, Dialga, Rayquaza, Palkia, Giratina, Reshiram, Arceus, Yveltal, Zekrom, Xerneas, Kyurem, Lunala, Solgaleo, Dawn Wings Necrozma, and Dusk Mane Necrozma.
Among other revised rules, all the levels will be set to 100 or above. Gamers get to choose 3 Pokemon out of 6, and two Pokemon cannot hold the same hold item. The Battles will have 10 minutes of duration, and turns will get a 60-second timer.
Now, for the free Legendary Pokemon that will be traditionally rolled out separately in respect to regions. These Pokemon are two powerful monsters: Thundurus and Tornadus, and have originally appeared in the Pokemon Black and White versions.
European players can download these Pokemon via Mystery Gift of Nintendo Network within July 6-22. American users will take the free download code at the electronics section of Target within July 13-28. Canadian gamers will get a code by the newsletter of Pokemon Trainer Club. Since children are becoming more addictive to the games you can use the parental control app to secure your kind online.
The Electric-type Thundurus will come to Sun and Ultra Sun, and the Flying-type Tornadus will hit the Moon and Ultra Moon. Both the Pokemon will come at different levels and will possess different moves based on the game versions. Gamespot has listed the moveset for these and has added that August will see two more Legendaries, Kyogre and Groudon originating from the Hoenn region.