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Pokémon Mid (Japanese: モンスターミッドポケット Pocket Monsters Middo) and Pokémon Out (Japanese: ポケットモンスターアウト Pocket Monsters Outo) are the primary paired versions of Generation VII. The games are available on the New Nintendo 3DS. The games take place in the new Victor region which is confirmed to be based on Australia and New Zealand.

The games were announced during a worldwide announcement by Shigeru Miyamoto through a Nintendo Direct at 7pm JST, on March 8, 2017, the paired versions were released worldwide (except for select countries) on November 3, 2017 and are available for both retail sale and download. All copies of the game are playable in all seven of the languages that the Pokémon games are released in: Japanese, English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, and Korean.

Pokémon Mid and Out
Pokemon Mid Box Art - NEW Pokemon Out Box Art - NEW
Platform New Nintendo 3DS
Category RPG
Players 1-4 players simultaneous
Connectivity 3DS Wireless, StreetPass, SpotPass, Nintendo Network, IRs
Developer Game Freak
Publisher Nintendo/The Pokémon Company
Part of: Generation 7
Release Date October 20, 2017
ESRB Rating E 10+


Plot

Will be added once plot has been finalized.

Blurb

Another generation in Pokémon has arrived!

Meet new Pokémon!

The Radiant Light type!

Intense Free-for-All Battles!

All in the beautiful Victor Region!

Features

Victor Region

Main article: Victor Region

The Victor Region is the region where the game takes place in. It is based off a combination of Australia and New Zealand. There's a ton of unique areas in the game paying homage to the real life locations. The new Pokémon in the region are also very unique and vibrant!

MO - Victor Region Concept Map - Resized

Updated Gen 6 Engine

The games engine is an updated version of the engine used during Generation 6. Characters are a bit less “chibified” and the graphics are more detailed. The change was made due to the fact that the New 3DS had a much stronger processor than the original. Everything appears much more clean and smoother, overall.

Battle Layout Updates

The battle menu layout has been given some aesthetic changes and improvements. Pokémon have been given some extra idle animations as well. Opposing trainers can now be seen in the background behind their Pokémon and battle backgrounds have been updated and are now more detailed and lively.

Rematches

Every trainer encountered will automatically be available for a rematch 24 hours after a battle with them. All that has to be done is to speak to them!

Mid-Battle Evolutions

Unlike previous entries, Pokémon are now able to evolve right in the middle of a battle.

Light type

One new type has been introduced, the Light type. Light-type attacks are strong against Poison, Ghost, and Dark types and resisted by Electric, Psychic, and other Light types; Light-type Pokémon are weak to Psychic- and Dark-type attacks, resist Electric-, Poison-, Ghost-, and other Light-type attacks. They were added not only to balance some more types but for story purposes.

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Apollo's Gem

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Free for All Battles

Free for All battles are battles involving 3-4 players battling it out for themselves. Each player can only bring 3 Pokemon. It was brought in due to Game Freak noticing the popularity of the fan made Free-for-All battle. Some parts of the story feature free for all battles.

PSS Tab

The Player Search System returns in the form of a device known as the PSS Tab. All the features from the PSS including the Holocaster, Amie, and Super Training can be accessed using the PSS Tab.

Victor Contest House

Pokémon contests return in the form of the Victor Contest which takes place in the Victor Contest House in Sedrain City. Many of the previous contest features from Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire return with some new both major and minor ones.

The Victor League Invitational

The Victor League Invitational is an annual Tournament that takes place in the Molbrenee Stadium in Molbrenee City. Participants are placed in one of 16 pools brackets in which they have to win to be moved into the 16-man main bracket. The winner wins a large money prize and gets a chance to face the Victor Champion.

Returning Features

Mega Evolutions, Following Pokémon, Sky Battles, Horde Encounters, and Trainer customization return in Mid and Out and there’s a bit more to trainer customization.

Sky Battles are battles which are restricted to Flying Pokémon, although some Pokémon with Levitate can enter. These airborne battles take place against Trainers standing far away, such as on cliffs.

In Horde Encounters/Battles, up to five wild Pokémon will battle against one of the player's Pokémon. These battles offer a lot of experience. Some attacks, such as Rock Slide, are shown to hit all five of the opposing Pokémon. However, the player's Pokémon must withstand attacks from all five of the opposing Pokémon each turn.

The Key System from Pokémon Black and White Versions 2 also makes a return.

Compatibility

Pokémon Mid and Out can connect with the Pokémon Global Link website. They are in no way compatible with games from the previous generation. The games are also able to communicate with Pokémon Bank, which allows the storage of Pokémon. Through Pokémon Bank and Poké Transporter, Mid and Out are able to communicate indirectly with games from Generation V and VI.

Pokémon

See Category:Spike’s Generation VII Pokémon.

119 new Pokémon are to be introduced in Mid and Out, bringing the known total from 721 to 840. The first Pokémon to be revealed were Reecub, Bunnux, Nimphlet, Dazzelium, and Pridectric on January 8, 2017. 86 Pokémon from other regions appear in the game making the Victor Region Dex Total 205.

Gyms

Mid and Out feature Gyms just as every other main series title. In Victor, the Gym Leaders are Lacy (Bug), Landon (Ground), Dr. Antony (Dark), Lark (Flying), Bella (Fighting), Pomona (Grass), Mako (Water), and Maria (Ghost).

Click on the character's icon to visit their page!

MO - LacyIconMO - LandonIconMO - AntonyIcon

Elite Four and Champion

Just as in Unova and Kalos, the Elite Four can be battled in any order. After battling all four, a path to the Champion is unlocked. The Elite Four members are to be decided.

Bright light and Immense darkness

Pokémon Mid and Out introduces 2 new weather conditions being bright light and immense darkness.

Bright light

Bright light (Japanese: 明るい光 Akarui hikari (bright light)) is a type of weather introduced in battle and overworld in Generation VII.

It will last for five turns if created using Enlighten. If encountered in the overworld, it will last until replaced. There is also a variation of bright light called extremely bright light (Japanese: 非常に明るい光 Hijō ni akarui hikari (very bright light)). Extremely bright light can be encountered in the overworld or created using Guiding Shade; if the latter, it lasts until the summoner is removed from the field (and no other Pokémon with Guiding Shade remain on the field), the summoner is rotated out in a Rotation Battle, the summoner has the bright light portion of Guiding Shade succeeded (total darkness the next turn), basically applies to being "replaced"), or the summoner has Guiding Shade suppressed. Interestingly enough, extremely bright light cannot be replaced by any weather condition besides extremely harsh sunlight, heavy rain and total darkness; however, it can also replace those weather conditions. Moves initiating other weather conditions are suppressed.

Effects

  • Increases the power of Light-type moves by 50%.
  • Increases the defense and special defense stats of Light-type Pokémon by 10%.
  • Decreases the power of Dark-type moves by 25%.
  • Decreases the power of Ghost-type moves by 50%.
  • Causes Moonlight to recover ¾ of max HP.
  • Lowers accuracy of all non-light type moves by 5%.

Effects added with extremely bright light:

Immense darkness

Immense darkness (Japanese: 巨大な闇 Kyodaina yami (immense darkness)) is a type of weather introduced in battle and overworld in Generation VII.

It will last for five turns if created using Hubris. If encountered in the overworld, it will last until replaced. There is also a variation of immense darkness called total darkness (Japanese: 真っ暗闇 Makkurayami (total darkness)). Total darkness can be encountered in the overworld or created using Guiding Shade; if the latter, it lasts until the summoner is removed from the field (and no other Pokémon with Guiding Shade remain on the field), the summoner is rotated out in a Rotation Battle, the summoner has the bright light portion of Guiding Shade succeeded (extremely bright light the next turn), basically applies to being "replaced"), or the summoner has Guiding Shade suppressed. Interestingly enough, extremely bright light cannot be replaced by any weather condition besides extremely harsh sunlight, heavy rain and extremely bright light; however, it can also replace those weather conditions. Moves initiating other weather conditions are suppressed.

Effects

  • Increases the power of Dark-type moves by 50%.
  • Increases the speed of Dark-type and Ghost-type Pokémon by 10%.
  • Decreases the power of Light-type moves by 25%.
  • Grants Nasty Plot an extra stage special attack boost.
  • Lowers accuracy of all non-dark type moves by 10%.

Effects added with total darkness:

The Returning Key System

Mid and Out marks the return of the Key System introduced in Pokémon Black and White Versions 2.

It's a feature of the PSS Tab that is so far confirmed to allow players to change the difficulty level of the game and unlock a party Pokémon's hidden ability when the said Pokémon's key has been found.

It is to be noted that only First stage Pokémon from the Victor Dex (IMPORTANT) have keys scattered (and possibly sold) around the Victor Region. It should also be noted that when a First stage Pokémon evolves, their evolution also has it's hidden ability.

Difficulty Levels

Normal Mode: Simply the default difficulty level.

Challenge Mode: Increases some opponents' artificial intelligence and the level of their Pokémon. Gym Leaders and Elite Four members will also usually have an extra Pokémon on their team, as well as different movesets and held items. Their IVs are also increased to 30. This time around, Challenge Mode is available as soon as the Key System is acquired at the start of the game in the player's hometown of Josho.

Major Characters

Click on the character's icon to visit their page!

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Victor League

The Victor League is the regional Pokémon League of the Victor region. The Victor League is composed of eight Victor Gym Leaders and four Victor Elite Four members, along with the Champion. Pokémon Trainers who earn eight Gym Badges by defeating the Gym Leaders of the Victor League qualify to challenge the Elite Four located in the Pokémon League building.

(Victor Dex) New Pokémon

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119 new Pokémon are to be introduced in Mid and Out, bringing the known total from 721 to 840. The first Pokémon to be revealed were Reecub, Bunnux, Nimphlet, Dazzelium, and Pridectric on January 8, 2017.

Click the image to view it in it's full size!

MO - Full Dex - Minimized

(Victor Dex) Returning Pokémon

90 Pokémon from other regions can be obtained in some type of way in the Victor Region.

(Victor Dex) Returning Pokémon
Nat. # Vic. # Name Type
172 105 Pichu MOElectric
025 106 Pikachu MOElectric
026 107 Raichu MOElectric
179 108 Mareep MOElectricMOLight
180 109 Flaaffy MOElectricMOLight
181 110 Ampharos MOElectricMOLight
313 111 Volbeat MOBugMOLight
314 112 Illumise MOBugMOLight
020 113 Mawile MOSteelMOFairy
554 114 Darumaka MOFire
555 115 Darmanitan MOFire
309 116 Electrike MOElectric
310 117 Manectric MOElectric
556 118 Maractus MOGrass
027 119 Sandshrew MOGround
028 120 Sandslash MOGround
318 121 Carvanha MOWaterMODark
319 122 Sharpedo MOWaterMODark
037 123 Vulpix MOFire
038 124 Ninetales MOFire
228 125 Houndour MODarkMOFire
229 126 Houndoom MODarkMOFire
052 127 Meowth MONormal
053 128 Persian MONormal
692 129 M Clauncher MOWater
693 130 M Clawitzer MOWater
690 131 O Skrelp MOPoisonMOWater
691 132 O Dragalge MOPoisonMODragon
618 133 Stunfisk MOGroundMOElectric
066 134 Machop MOFighting
067 135 Machoke MOFighting
068 136 Machamp MOFighting
129 137 Magikarp MOWater
130 138 Gyarados MOWaterMOFlying
143 139 Snorlax MONormal
427 140 Buneary MONormal
428 141 Loppuny MONormal
138 142 M Omanyte MORockMOWater
139 143 M Omastar MORockMOWater
140 144 O Kabuto MORockMOWater
141 145 O Kabutops MORockMOWater
187 146 Hoppip MOGrassMOFlying
188 147 Skiploom MOGrassMOFlying
189 148 Jumpluff MOGrassMOFlying
079 149 Slowpoke MOWaterMOPsychic
080 150 Slowbro MOWaterMOPsychic
199 151 Slowking MOWaterMOPsychic
624 152 Pawniard MODarkMOSteel
625 153 Bisharp MODarkMOSteel
538 154 M Throh MOFighting
539 155 O Sawk MOFighting
127 156 M Pinsir MOBug
214 157 O Heracross MOBugMOFighting
216 158 Teddiursa MONormal
217 159 Ursaring MONormal
359 160 Absol MODark
293 161 Whismur MONormal
294 162 Loudred MONormal
295 163 Exploud MONormal
335 164 M Zangoose MONormal
336 165 O Seviper MOPoison
349 166 Feebas MOWater
350 167 Milotic MOWater
198 168 M Murkrow MODarkMOFlying
430 169 M Honchkrow MODarkMOFlying
200 170 O Misdreavus MOGhost
429 171 O Mismagius MOGhost
361 172 Snorunt MOIce
362 173 Glalie MOIce
478 174 Froslass MOIceMOGhost
562 175 Yamask MOGhost
563 176 Cofagrigus MOGhost
574 177 M Gothita MOPsychic
575 178 M Gothorita MOPsychic
576 179 M Gothitelle MOPsychic
577 180 O Solosis MOPsychic
578 181 O Duosion MOPsychic
579 182 O Reuniclus MOPsychic
621 183 Druddigon MODragon
626 184 Bouffalant MONormal
607 185 Litwick MOGhostMOFire
608 186 Lampent MOGhostMOFire
609 187 Chandelure MOGhostMOFire
610 188 Axew MODragon
611 189 Fraxure MODragon
612 190 Haxorus MODragon
401 191 Kricketot MOBug
402 192 Kricketune MOBug
331 193 Cacnea MOGrassMODark
332 194 Cacturne MOGrassMODark

New Mega Evolutions

For and in-depth look at all the New Mega Evolutions see Pokémon Mid and Out/New Mega Evolutions.

Kanto

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Johto

MO-MegaFeraligatrMO-MegaJumpluffMO-MegaMeganiumMO-MegaTyphlosionMO-MegaUrsaring

Hoenn

MO-MegaCacturneMO-MegaExploudMO-MegaFlygonMO-MegaMiloticMO-MegaSeviperMO-MegaZangoose

Sinnoh

MO-MegaFroslassMO-MegaHonchkrowMO-MegaKricketuneMO-MegaMismagius

Unova

MO-MegaCofagrigusMO-MegaDruddigonMO-MegaGothitelleMO-MegaReuniclus

Version-Exclusive Pokémon

This list of version-exclusive Pokémon applies to the main game.

Mid Name Type Out Name Type
Claunchermenusprite Clauncher MOWater Skrelpmenusprite Skrelp MOPoisonMOWater
Clawitzermenusprite Clawitzer MOWater Dragalgemenusprite Dragalge MOPoisonMODragon
Omanytemenusprite Omanyte MOWaterMORock Kabutomenusprite Kabuto MOWaterMORock
Omastarmenusprite Omastar MOWaterMORock Kabutopsmenusprite Kabutops MOWaterMORock
Throhmenusprite Throh MOFighting Sawkmenusprite Sawk MOFighting
Pinsirmenusprite Pinsir MOBug Heracrossmenusprite Heracross MOBugMOFighting
Zangoosemenusprite Zangoose MONormal Sevipermenusprite Seviper MOPoison
Murkrowmenusprite Murkrow MODarkMOFlying Misdreavusmenusprite Misdreavus MOGhost
Honchkrowmenusprite Honchkrow MODarkMOFlying Mismagiusmenusprite Mismagius MOGhost
Gothitamenusprite Gothita MOPsychic Solosismenusprite Solosis MOPsychic
Gothoritamenusprite Gothorita MOPsychic Duosionmenusprite Duosion MOPsychic
Gothitellemenusprite Gothitelle MOPsychic Reuniclusmenusprite Reuniclus MOPsychic
Pridectric MOPsychicMOElectric Dazzelium MOPsychicMOLight
Infasia MOFighting Babiry MOSteel
Sliamang MOFighting Babiron MOSteel
Spirisia MODragonMOGhost Dromaerai MODragonMOElectric
Wraithone MODragonMOGhost Raitopace MODragonMOElectric

Pre Gen Pokémon Retyped to Light Type

The following Pokémon were retyped to Light type.

Nat. # Pic Name Previous Typing New Typing
179 179MS Mareep MOElectric MOElectricMOLight
180 180MS Flaaffy MOElectric MOElectricMOLight
181 181MS Ampharos MOElectric MOElectricMOLight
313 313MS Volbeat MOBug MOBugMOLight
314 314MS Illumise MOBug MOBugMOLight
350 Milotic-mini Milotic MOWater MOWaterMOLight

New Moves

Move Type Category Contest Power Accuracy PP Target Description Pokémon
B-Onslaught Fighting Physical Tough 85 100 5 Any adjacent Pokémon The user attack target with an onslaught of quick strikes. This move always goes first (+2 priority) but reduces the user's defense (-1).
Boost Strike Flying Physical Cool 40 100% 30 Any adjacent Pokémon The user quickly rushes the opponent using their wings to provide the boost. Always goes first (+1 priority).
Enlighten Light Status Beautiful - - 5 All Pokémon The user intensifies light for five turns, powering up Light-types and Light-type moves.
Hubris Dark Status Cool - - 5 All Pokémon The user brings about darkness, powering up Dark-types and Dark-type moves.
Lightning Raid Electric Special Beautiful 130 90% 5 Any adjacent Pokémon The user attacks the target with a full force blast of lightning power. The attack's recoil sharply reduces the user's Sp. Atk stat (-2).
Mars' Foundry Fire Special Beautiful 75 95% 15 Any adjacent Pokémon The user shoots a blast of molten, almost solidified lava at the opponent. The attack heightens the user's confidence raising the user's Attack and Special Attack stats half the time (50%). It may also leave the target with a burn (20%).
Pixie Punch Fairy Physical Beautiful 75 100% 15 Any adjacent Pokémon The target is punched with a fairy aura cloaked fist. It may also reduce the target's Defense and Special Defense stats (10%).
Psyburst Psychic Special Clever 40 100% 30 Any adjacent Pokémon A sharp bolt of kinetic energy is mentally fired towards the opponent. This move always goes first (+1 priority).
Radiant Burst Light Special Cool 120 95% 5 All adjacent Pokémon The user channels all inner radiation to release a powerful blinding ray of light. This also damages the user quite a lot (1/3 damage given). This may leave the target confused (40%).
Shifting Ground Ground Physical Tough 10 65 90 Any adjacent Pokémon The user stomps the ground causing ground to extrude knocking out the target and causing a different Pokémon to be dragged out.
Stance Normal Status Cool - - 5 Self A fighting stance is taken, preparing oneself. This raises the user's Attack, Defense, and Speed (all +1) stats while greatly lowering it's Special Defense stat (-3).
Typhoon Water Special Beautiful 80 90% 10 All adjacent Pokémon A massive wave of water is shot down from the sky that hits everything in it's path. Does water and flying damage. Switches between special and physical damage depending on user's higher stat.
Vitalution Bug Status Cool - - 5 Self The user advances it's structure to gain a boost to all stats (+1). The user, however, strains (-1/5 of total HP) theirself in the process.
Void Zone Psychic Status Beautiful - - 5 All Pokémon The user creates an area of invalid psychic energy that represses abilities. Lasts 5 turns.

New Abilities

Name Effect Pokémon
Composed The user will not receive negative effects from its own attacks. This includes stat drops and recoil damage, but not status conditions.
Evasive Attacks (Status included) against this Pokemon have their accuracy decreased by 30%. This doesn’t apply to increased priority attacks and never-missing attacks.
Flair Boosts Special Attack after knocking out any Pokémon.
Fortification Boosts Defense and Special Defense stats after knocking out any Pokémon.
Guiding Shade Alternates between extremely bright light and total darkness.
Hard Body When a Pokémon with Hard Body is hit by a move that makes contact, the attacker receives damage equal to 1⁄12 of their maximum HP. Also has a chance to lower attackers Attack stat (30%).
Hydriate Turns Normal-type moves into Dragon-type moves.
Mystic Power Raises the Pokémon's Special Attack stat.
Neutralize Enables normal type moves to hit all types of Pokémon for neutral damage.
Shiniate Turns Normal-type moves into Light-type moves.
Sinisturn Sends all entry hazards on the Pokémon's side to the opponent's side. The hazards are simply rid of if hazards are present on the opponent's side.
Skadi's Touch Every damaging attack used by the Pokémon has a 30% percent chance to freeze the opponent.
Tact The Pokémon will not lose any PP by using a move that misses.
Unseen Power Attacks that normally require a turn to charge or recharge before or after use will not require the turn to charge.

Event Pokémon

Launch Dratini

Run Time Gift Method
(Worldwide) October 20, 2017 – January 2, 2018 Dratini Mystery Gift

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Staff

See Staff of Mid and Out.

Polls & Surveys

Polls & Surveys involving the game's development can be accessed here.

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Trivia

  • The names Mid and Out are apparently plays on the mathematical terms Median and Outlier. Mid represents electricity which is in the middle or in this case inside, behind the scenes. While Out represents light which is given out thanks to electricity.

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