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Pokemon Mega Sceptile, Swampert and Blaziken are currently not on the roster of the role-playing video games, “Pokemon Sun and Moon.” Nonetheless, trainers still have a way to acquire these rare Pokemon creatures.

For trainers of the “Pokemon Sun and Moon” video games who want to get the rare Pokemon monsters, trainers must join the 2017 April International Challenge Online Competition. Apart from getting Mega Sceptile, Swampert and Blaziken, “Pokemon Sun and Moon” trainers will also acquire the rare items necessary to level up these creatures to their evolved forms, iDigital Times reported.




Although the registration to the 2017 April International Challenge Online Competition already started, “Pokemon Sun and Moon” trainers are still welcome to join. The rules and regulations of the 2017 April International Challenge will resemble to the Pokemon Video Game Championship Series events, and competitors can earn Championship Points toward an invitation to the prestigious competition, the 2017 Pokemon Video Game World Championships.

It seems like the 2017 April International Challenge Online Competition is full of legendary Pokemon. Releasing a massive number of legendary Pokemon in “Pokemon Sun and Moon” is not enough for the Game Freaks as they collaborated with the maker of the Pokemon film in releasing Pokemon Marshadow. Marshadow will be the 802nd creature in the role-playing video games.

Nevertheless, the Mega Sceptile is a grass-type, reptilian Pokemon and is known for its ability to remove a part of its tail. Blaziken is both a fire and fighting type creature and known for having a very strong, buff legs. Meanwhile, the Swampert is a water and ground Pokemon that can evolve into a Mega Swampert.

On the other hand, the Famitsu Award crowned the “Pokemon Sun” and “Pokemon Moon” as the 2016 Game of the Year. “Pokemon Go” also received accolades across three categories, Rookie Award, Movement Award and Excellence Award, Nintendo Insider reported.