Third global mission for Pokémon Sun and Moon deals with trading Pokémon through GTS


It’s time for another Pokémon Sun and Moon Global Mission to start and once again, it doesn’t look like it can be easily achieved. This time, each player will have to trade Pokémon through GTS (Global Trade Station) and the goal to reach this time around is one million trades. Another high number and for whatever reason, Pokémon and Nintendo believe it can be met. The event has already started and will end on February 14th, 2017 at 00:00 UTC.

If players trade one million Pokémon at the GTS, they will receive 2,000 Festival Coins, but if you sign in with your PGL (Pokémon Global Link) account, then 4,000 Festival Coins will be provided. As a little more incentive to start trading like crazy for PGL members, a Friend Ball will be included if a goal of two million trades has been done. Seems like a big stretch just to get a Pokéball, but I guess there’s more faith in this Global Mission. If the goal has not been met, then folks will automatically get 200 Festival Coins if they have not signed up or signed in with their PGL account, while those that did sign in through PGL will receive 400 Festival Coins.

Here’s what you’ll need to do to make sure you’re included in the Global Mission.

1. Talk with the global mission receptionist in the Festival Plaza castle and enter the global mission.
2. Back at the Festival Plaza, select Trade and then GTS.
3. Trade as many Pokémon as possible at the GTS before February 14, 2017, at 00:00 UTC.
​4. Check in with the global mission receptionist in Festival Plaza before February 14, 2017, at 00:00 UTC to record your progress.

What do you think about the third Global Mission for Pokémon Sun and Moon? Do you believe it’ll be a closer number to the goal than the last two events? Let us know by leaving your comments down below, or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.

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Last Updated on February 2, 2017.


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