Pokémon Bank: Hidden Ability Typhlosion, Meganium and Feraligatr Distribution

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Happy February Pokéfans! As a special gift to loyal Pokémon Bank subscribers, Nintendo is giving away three free monsters at the end of this month, which will then be accessible all the way up until December!

The three Pokémon up for grabs are the final evolutionary forms of the HeartGold and SoulSilver starters, and each comes with an awesome Hidden Ability to boost battling technique. To nab your own powered-up Meganium, Feraligatr and Typhlosion, all you have to do is log into Pokémon Bank and use Pokémon Link between the 27th February and 30th November this year. You can then download the monsters onto X, Y, Omega Ruby or Alpha Sapphire.

Meganium’s Hidden Ability is Leaf Guard, which protects the it from status conditions in harsh or extremely harsh sunlight. To help it make full use of this handy defence, Meganium also knows the move Sunny Day, allowing it to change the weather itself.

Meanwhile, Typhlosion will come with the Hidden Ability Flash Fire, which not only prevents the Pokémon from taking damage from any other Fire-type moves, but also boosts the power of it’s own Fire-type moves by a 50%. With a powerful move set that includes Overheat, Flamethrower and Flame Charge, this Pokémon will be able to deal massive damage to opponents.

Finally, Feraligatr’s Hidden Ability is Sheer Force, which affects any move that causes additional side effects. Sheer Force eliminates the effects of such moves while increasing their power by 30%. Again, the Pokémon possesses a move set designed to maximise the advantage the ability offers.

Like the recently distributed Hidden Ability Serperior, Emboar and Samurott, each will be at level 50, leaving you room to train them up as you see fit. Will you be training and battling with a whole team of Hidden Ability Pokémon? Let us know in the comments.

Source: Pokémon Official Press Release

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