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Iki Town - Festival

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Vincent Lau

Upon arrival in Iki Town, you’ll be greeted by Hala. The wise kahuna will tell you about the festival that’s taking place, before encouraging you take a look around. If you’re observant, you should spot Hau and his Pokemon partner up ahead. Once you’ve noticed, run up towards him to say “hi”.

Well, well, it’s time for another Pokemon battle. Hala will helpfully heal your party. After that, you’ll be asked if you’re ready to battle or not. We’re sure you’re ready. That said, it would be smart to double check your Pokemon are all in order. Nothing’s worse than an embarrassing defeat, after all!

Pokemon Trainer Hau

Pokemon Level Type
Pichu 6 Electric
Popplio (if you picked Rowlet) 7 Water
Rowlet (if you picked Litten) 7 Grass/Flying
Litten (if you picked Popplio) 7 Fire

We hope you caught some new Pokemon, because you may need them. The main difference compared to the previous battle is Hau’s Pichu, the lucky scamp. If you chose Popplio, you may want to start with another Pokemon since Pichu’s Thundershock is super-effective.

Otherwise, hit Pichu hard and fast before it causes too much damage. With luck, it’ll use Charm and Tail Whip to waste time. Don’t hesitate to use Potions should your HP drop either. After Pichu’s gone, the battle is the same as before.

Just be careful in case Pichu drops your Pokemon’s stats too much. By the way, you can cancel out decreases (and increases) to stats by switching your Pokemon. So if Pichu’s gone a little overboard, simply switch out your Pokemon after defeating it.

Succeed and Hala will give you the Z-Ring that he made from the Sparkling Stone that you lent him. With this key item, you can use powerful Z-Moves during battle. Er, if you had some Z-Crystals that is. In order to acquire Z-Crystals, you need to conquer the island trials.

About that… in previous games, your main goal was to beat the Gym Leaders and conquer the Pokemon League. Alola is different because there are no Gym Leaders and no Pokemon League. Instead, the youths of Alola set out to complete the “Island Challenge”–and, of course, you’ll be one of them.

Anyway, with the festival over, Kukui kindly escorts you back home.

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Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Nintendo
  • Platforms,
    DS
  • Genre
    RPG
  • Guide Release
    12 December 2016
  • Last Updated
    7 December 2020
  • Guide Author
    Vincent Lau, Cassie Sun

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Welcome to Alola, a region of tropical islands, filled with gorgeous natural beauty and Pokemon never seen before. Having recently moved to Alola, your journey begins soon afterwards. Your adventures will be filled with fascinating and colorful people with quirky island traditions and of course Pokémon. Delight in the mysteries of the brand new Alola region as your travels take you the length and breadth of the region and the secrets of the legendary Pokémon Solgaleo and Lunala are finally unveiled.

Our massive and comprehensive guide includes the following:

  • A full route and trial battle guide covering your journey from Pokémon novice to eventual Champion.

  • All dungeons and Rite of the Island challenges covered.

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  • Gameplay strategies to maximise your team potential as well as details on Hyper Training.

  • Minigames and secrets uncovered.

  • An explanation of the brand new Rotom Pokédex and loads more!

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