Grookey and Pichu dash between the legs of an enormous Bouffalant herd before coming to a halt in front of your NEO-ONE, a hi-tech railcar that combines Jurassic World’s spherical vehicle design with Jurassic Park’s, er… rails. As Grookey bangs his stick on the ground like a toddler with an object they have been explicitly told not to break, the world of Florio Park behind it begins to open up: there’s Dodrio and Vivillon, Bidoof and Emolga, Wurmple and Taillow and Florges and – later on in the game – a whole heap of other, more traditional fan favourites. For someone as invested in this world as I am, New Pokemon Snap is a must-play experience, a spectacle that drastically supersedes its 1999 predecessor.


Minus the catching and battling and other morally murky elements of mainline Pokemon – as per Team Plasma, at least – there’s actually a whole lot going on in New Pokemon Snap. The Lental region, an archipelago comprising oceanic havens, thick jungles, vast deserts, and everything in between, has already established itself as one of the series’ more alluring locations. Pikipek brings stray fluffruit up to Toucannon’s nest high in the treetops as Quagsire dives into the mouth of a waterfall to cool off beneath the beating sun overhead. Onix snakes its way through sweltering sands, diving underground and erupting skyward like a particularly violent bottlenose dolphin, while Sharpedo skulks through the shallow water encasing coral reefs exactly like how you’d expect a half-shark, half-torpedo to – quickly, raucously, and, if I’m honest, almost entirely nonsensically.


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Your job in New Pokemon Snap is to photograph these phenomena. Pokemon are real posers once you crank out your camera, either schmoozing up to you in a way that says “look how amazing I am” or, in some cases, lambasting you for so much as assuming you can take their picture. But it’s a lambastment that says “how dare you! Wait, what do you mean you didn’t take a candid just now?”

Your photos are scored at the end of each course by Professor Mirror. There are two separate scoring systems, which, although partly connected, function on completely different levels. The star system, which assigns each photo a rating between one and four, mostly pertains to how unique the captured situation is. Pyukumuku lying on a rock? One star, maybe two. Pyukumuku being spat out of a Pelipper’s bill? Now that’s a four-star shot. The second system is the primary scoring structure, and revolves around conventional photography measures like pose, subject size, direction, placement, and so on. You’re able to hold four photos of every Pokemon in your Photodex at any given time – one for each star – with each individual score…


Pokémon Trading Card Game players in Australia and New Zealand should prepare themselves as Play! Pokémon events will be returning on March 6, 2021. You’ll once again be able to visit stores hosting Play! Pokémon events to participate in Pokémon League and Prerelease tournaments against other players. For questions or concerns regarding events at participating stores, please see the Play! Pokémon COVID-19 requirements.

The brand-new Event Locator is now available to help players discover events. Currently, the Event Locator will only show events for Australia and New Zealand.

In-person events in other areas remain suspended, but conditions will be consistently reviewed for future re-openings. In the meantime, Players Cup, Team Challenge, and League at Home continue to be available to eligible players in all participating countries.

In more Play! Pokémon news, the new Pokémon Event Manager (PEM) has launched and will help Professors and Tournament Organizers create and track Play! Pokémon events. The initial version of the new PEM is available only in English. Event organizers in countries outside Australia and New Zealand can continue to test PEM, but please note that Team Challenge tournaments will continue to run with Tournament Operations Manager (TOM) software.

Continue to visit the Play! Pokémon Events website for the latest updates.


As with all new generations of games, X & Y bring a plethora of Pokémon to the fold. These Pokémon make up for the smallest amount of new Pokémon in a generation, with only 69 Pokémon available from launch. This page will detail the stats of these 69 Pokémon. Click the Pokémon to go to their Pokédex page


Les adjoints techniques territoriaux sont chargés de tâches techniques d’exécution.

Ils exercent leurs fonctions dans les domaines du bâtiment, des travaux publics, de la voirie et des réseaux divers, des espaces naturels et des espaces verts, de la mécanique et de l’électromécanique, de la restauration, de l’environnement et de l’hygiène, de la logistique et de la sécurité, de la communication et du spectacle, de l’artisanat d’art.

Ils peuvent également exercer un emploi :

1° D’égoutier, chargé de maintenir les égouts, visitables ou non, dans un état permettant l’écoulement des eaux usées ;

2° D’éboueur ou d’agent du service de nettoiement chargé de la gestion et du traitement des ordures ménagères ;

3° De fossoyeur ou de porteur chargé de procéder aux travaux nécessités par les opérations mortuaires ;

4° D’agent de désinfection chargé de participer aux mesures de prophylaxie des maladies contagieuses, notamment par la désinfection des locaux et la recherche des causes de la contamination.

Ils peuvent également assurer la conduite de véhicules, dès lors qu’ils sont titulaires du permis de conduire approprié en état de validité. Ils ne peuvent toutefois se voir confier de telles missions qu’après avoir subi avec succès les épreuves d’un examen psychotechnique, ainsi que des examens médicaux appropriés. Un arrêté du ministre chargé des collectivités territoriales fixe les conditions dans lesquelles ont lieu ces examens.

Ils peuvent également exercer des fonctions de gardiennage, de surveillance ou d’entretien dans les immeubles à usage d’habitation relevant des collectivités territoriales et de leurs établissements publics ainsi que des abords et dépendances de ces immeubles. Leurs missions comportent aussi l’exécution de tâches administratives, pour le compte du bailleur, auprès des occupants des immeubles et des entreprises extérieures. A ce titre, ils peuvent être nommés régisseurs de recettes ou régisseurs d’avance et de recettes. Ils concourent au maintien de la qualité du service public dans les ensembles d’habitat urbain par des activités d’accueil, d’information et de médiation au bénéfice des occupants et des usagers.

Ils peuvent également exercer leurs fonctions dans les laboratoires d’analyses médicales, chimiques ou bactériologiques.

Lorsqu’ils sont titulaires d’un grade d’avancement, les adjoints techniques territoriaux peuvent assurer la conduite de poids lourds et de véhicules de transport en commun.


How do you get the Pokémon Type Medals?

Pokémon Go Type Medals are similar to the achievement medals, but focused on specific Pokémon types. Unlike the Achievement Medals, though, the type medals do come with a pretty significant reward. Each Medal increases your chances of catching a Pokémon of that type by 10% (in cases when a Pokémon has two types, the bonus is the average of both types.)

Since you get the bonus without having to do anything special, like curve your shot, and without having to expend any additional resources, like a Razz Berry or Ultra Ball, the bonus is not only effortless once you get it, but essentially free and infinite. That’s a great reason to max out your type medals.

How do you earn medals?

To get a type medal, you need to hatch, catch, or evolve Pokémon of that type. Doing any one of those things gets you a point towards the medal and Pokémon with two types will award you with a point in both types.

  • Bronze: Catch 10 Pokémon
  • Silver: Catch 50 Pokémon
  • Gold: Catch 200 Pokémon
  • Platinum: Catch 2,500 Pokémon

While you’ll naturally come across Pokémon of every type in regular gameplay, one of the best ways to complete type medals fast is to focus on events in which certain Pokémon are boosted (especially Community Days) and to go to your local parks where specific Pokémon nests can be found. If you connect with other local trainers on social media, some groups even share nest locations so you can pick out the right park each week to find the type you’re trying to complete.

What about Pokémon that evolve into different types?

A few Pokémon change types as they evolve. For example, Shelldor and Seel are water types, but their evolutions, Cloyster and Dewgong are Water and Ice types. That means, if you catch or hatch the base Pokémon, you will get 1 point for your Water Medal but, when you evolve them, you’ll get a second Water point and an Ice point.

How do you get the Schoolkid Medal for Normal type Pokémon?

There are so many normal type Pokémon and so many common Pokémon like Pidgey and Rattata are normal types. Because mass evolving Pidgey is a staple of leveling up, this is one of the easiest medals to get.

Some common Pokémon you can Hatch, Catch, or Evolve to earn this Medal include:

  • Igglybuff
  • Azurill
  • Pidgey
  • Rattata
  • Farfetch’d
  • Kangaskhan
  • Tauros
  • Spearow
  • Meowth
  • Doduo
  • Lickitung
  • Chansey
  • Eevee
  • Snorlax
  • Teddiursa
  • Stantler
  • Miltank
  • Zigzagoon
  • Tailow
  • Slakoth
  • Whismur
  • Skitty
  • Swablu
  • Pidgeotto
  • Pidgeot
  • Raticate
  • Fearow
  • Jigglypuff
  • Wigglytuff
  • Persian
  • Dodrio
  • Furret
  • Ursaring
  • Blissey
  • Linoone
  • Swellow
  • Vigoroth
  • Slaking
  • Loudred
  • Exploud
  • Delcatty

Note: Farfetch’d, Kangaskhan, and Taurus are Regional Exclusives.

How do you get the Bird Keeper Medal for Flying type Pokémon?

Like Normal type Pokémon, Flying types abound, including the very common Pidgey, Spearow, and Zubat. Since mass evolving Pidgey to Pidgeotto is a…


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Like most games, Pokémon GO runs various special events and in these events, many of the mechanics and systems alter sightly in order to provide a different themed experience. These range from giving special Pokémon, to extra bonuses and even special Raid Bosses. This section sets out all the major Pokémon GO events unrelated to real life events as well as their bonuses and special features.


Here’s an Honest review of Pokémon sword as a long time fan:
The graphics are pretty well, the Pokémon are cute and lovely however I felt someHere’s an Honest review of Pokémon sword as a long time fan:
The graphics are pretty well, the Pokémon are cute and lovely however I felt some battle animations were lacking. The game suffered from lag and slow down in some areas, especially in the wild area. The wild area was extremely fun, however. It’s easy to get distracted and lost for hours exploring and doing max raid battles. Dynamax didn’t feel overly gimmicky as it was mainly reserved for raids and gym battles. Speaking of gym battles the music was arguably the best part of the game. The story felt lacking. It’s suddenly just thrust at you near the end of the game and there’s no real explanation as to why the events are happening, the final battle is less of a struggle and more of letting the two cover legendaries do all the work. As for the rest of the game, it’s slightly challenging at the start but once you have access to the wild area it’s extremely easy to become over leveled and I spent the entire game from that point on 20 to 30 levels ahead of the trainers on the routes and gym leaders. The tournament at the end was a nice change, and some of the characters actually did feel a little more developed than the last few games. There’s a small bit of post game story but once that’s over the game begins to feel dull and repetitive. Not having the entire Pokédex did not effect the main game however it feels like the post game is lacking and missing something that adding a few more pokémon into the wild to track down could very well fix. Online interaction feels a little bare bones. There is no GTS, and no way to communicate to a person you may be trading with what pokémon you are offering or looking for, making getting specific version exclusives pokémon difficult. Over all, it was a fun experience but the game feels rushed, unpolished, and as if something more was intended but never fully realized.… Expand


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