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Four O-Powers to be distributed at World Hobby Fair 2014 on Jan. 19

Exp. Point Power MAX, Bargain Power MAX, Capture Power MAX, Prize Money Power MAX will be available
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  • Friday, January 10, 2014

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At the World Hobby Fair 2014 Winter that will be held in Nagoya on Jan. 19, Tokyo on Jan. 25 and 26, Fukuoka on Feb. 2, and Osaka on Feb. 9, there will be four O-Powers distributed to those that attend. Exp. Point Power MAX, Bargain Power MAX, Capture Power MAX, Prize Money Power MAX will be the O-Powers that are distributed.

The Dragon King tournament for TCG and Video Games will also be held there. Video Game players who win one match will receive 30 Full Restores. Players who win two matches will receive 10 Pearl Strings. Players who win three matches will receive 10 Max Revives. Players who win four matches will receive five Rare Candies. Players who win five matches will receive one Master Ball. Players who win six matches will receive an invite to the finals.

TCG players who win one match will receive one random Basic Energy card. Players who win two matches will receive a Collection X booster pack. Players who win three matches will receive a Collection Y booster pack. Players who win four matches will receive an extra booster pack for Collection X and Collection Y. Players who win five matches will receive a Chespin/Fennekin/Froakie deck case. Players who win six matches will receive an invite to the finals.

There will be various events on-stage at the Pokémon booth, covering info from Pokémon X and Y, how to play TCG, and info from the anime. Players can also battle each other with Pokémon X and Y or Pokémon TCG at the Pokémon booth. Players that win two battles in a row will get an exclusive clear file. Players can battle a staff member using a pre-prepared game even if they don't own Pokémon X and Y and if they win, they will get an exclusive clear file.

There will also be professional Shogi players present from the Japan Shogi Association and a corner where they teach people how to play Shogi. The professional Shogi players are also scheduled to appear on stage, and people may get to battle them in Pokémon X and Y as well.


Thanks to Bluesun for the translation.