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Pikachu Cup Pikachu: new section
Will you please move [[Draft:Boomerang from Cartoon Network to be rebranded in early 2015|this article in the '''draft''' namespace to it in the '''page''' namespace?]] [[User:SaturnMario|<font color="#A06216">SaturnMario</font>]], [[User talk:SaturnMario|<font color="#1111C2">his talk</font>]] and [[Special:Contributions/SaturnMario|<font color="#999999">his contributions</font>]] 16:42, 1 November 2014 (UTC)
:Hey, I've moved the article for you in G50's absence. '''''[[bp:User:Pokemaster97|<span style="color:Blue;">--Pokemaster</span>]][[User talk:Pokemaster97|<span style="color:Blue;">97</span>]]''''' 17:52, 1 November 2014 (UTC)
== Pikachu Cup Pikachu ==
Something worth noting is that, prior to the Pikachu Cup tournament, it was announced that a Pikachu would be released with three Egg Moves plus a "special move" (which we clearly know now is Endeavor). I forget where I saw it and couldn't find it afterwards.
Now that the tournament is over and the results announced, I noticed that the three Egg Moves that I read would be included (but not announced which ones beforehand likely for this reason) are Fake Out (most-used Pikachu move for the tournament overall), Encore (ranked #4 for all moves), and Volt Tackle (ranked #8). When you take out all moves in the ranking list that are not actually Egg Moves, these three moves finished 1-2-3, so I think the original intent was to take the three highest Egg Moves and make that special Pikachu that players can then breed into their own high-powered Raichu someday.
If a separate article is created for the special Pikachu being released, this correlation needs mentioning, I think. [[User:CycloneGU|CycloneGU]] ([[User talk:CycloneGU|talk]]) 21:19, 1 September 2015 (UTC)