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Pikachu in a cap

Pikachu in a cap (Japanese: キャップをかぶったピカチュウPikachu wearing a cap) or Cap Pikachu are collective terms referring to the eight event male Pikachuvariants based on Ash's Pikachu, wearing the hatsAsh has worn throughout the anime's history. The first six were introduced in Pokémon Sun and Moon and were distributed to celebrate the Pokémon anime's twentieth anniversary and movie, I Choose You!. A seventh Cap Pikachu, Partner Cap Pikachu, debuted in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.

Pikachu in a cap are not present in the coding of Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, despite being based on a Generation I Pokémon. They are, however, obtainable in Pokémon Sword and Shield alongside an eighth variant which debuted in the Version 1.2.0 update. World Cap Pikachu was released at the tail end of a new set of distributions to celebrate the anime's timeslot move to Friday nights in Japan and the release of The Crown Tundra in October 2020.

The term "Pikachu in a cap" is derived from the in-game description of Pikashunium Z in Pokémon Sun and Moon. It is not used in any other form of promotional media.

In the core series games

Like Ash's Pikachu, these Pikachu are always male and cannot evolve. In Generation VII, Cap Pikachu cannot use Catastropika, even if they hold Pikanium Z and know Volt Tackle, however, they have access to the exclusive Z-Crystal, Pikashunium Z, and its Z-Move, 10,000,000 Volt Thunderbolt. In Generation VIII, Cap Pikachu cannot be given Gigantamax Factors with Max Soup - despite Ash's Pikachu being able to Gigantamax.

Distribution

Generation VII

In Japan, the Pikachu were distributed via single-use serial code to those who pre-ordered tickets to the twentieth movie, with one code per ticket. The Pikachu received depended on the date the player redeemed the code. The codes only worked on Japanese region games. The first time the player uses one of these serial codes, they also received a complimentary Pikashunium Z.

In American, PAL, and Taiwanese region games, the Pikachu were distributed through a single-use public serial code released via the Pokémon website and in a similar vein to the Japanese event—the Pikachu received depended on the date the player redeems the code. The first time the player uses one of these serial codes, they also received a complimentary Pikashunium Z.

The Partner Cap Pikachu debuted in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. In Japan, it was distributed via QR Code on a special Pokémon Ga-Olé disc. In the Americas, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea, it was distributed via a QR Code that was given to those who attend screenings of the twentieth movie. This Pikachu did not come bundled with a Pikashunium Z, but a female Pikachu in the upper right corner of Pikachu Valley will give the player the Z-Crystal if they show her one of the Cap Pikachu.

Original Cap

This special Pikachu is based on Ash's Pikachu during the original series. The level of Pikachu corresponds to both the original series debuting in the first year of the Pokémon anime and the first movie in the original series being the first Pokémon movie overall. The Trainer ID number in Japan is based on the original air date in that country of the first episode in the original series, April 1, 1997, whereas the Western number is based on the air date of the episode in the United States, September 8, 1998.

Games Method Region Location Duration
SMserial code Japanese online April 15 to May 1, 2017
SMserial code Japanese online July 19 to 31, 2017
SMserial code American, PAL, and Taiwanese online September 19 to 25, 2017
SMserial code Japanese, PAL, and Taiwanese online October 19 to November 23, 2017
SMserial code Japanese and American online November 10 to 23, 2017
SMUSUMserial code Korean online December 21, 2017 to February 28, 2018
USUMserial code Japanese, PAL, and Taiwanese online March 29 to May 31, 2018
Moves in bold can be taught again at the Move Reminder as a special move if forgotten.
Date received is the date on the system when the gift is picked up from the deliveryman.
This Pokémon is set to the same language as the game that received it.
Hoenn Cap

This special Pikachu is based on Ash's Pikachu during Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire. The level of Pikachu corresponds to both the debut of Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire being during the sixth year of the Pokémon anime and the first movie in Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire being the sixth Pokémon movie overall. The Trainer ID number is based on the original air date of the first episode in Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire, November 21, 2002, whereas the Western number is based on the air date of the first episode of the sixth season of the anime in the United States, September 13, 2003.

Sinnoh Cap

This special Pikachu is based on Ash's Pikachu during Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl. In Japan, the level of Pikachu corresponds to both the debut of Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl being during the tenth year of the Pokémon anime and the first movie in Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl being the tenth Pokémon movie overall, whereas in Western games, the level of Pikachu corresponds to the debut of Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl being during the ninth year of the Pokémon anime in the United States. The Trainer ID number is based on the original air date of the first episode in Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl, September 28, 2006, whereas the Western number is based on the air date of the episode in the United States, June 4, 2007.

Unova Cap

This special Pikachu is based on Ash's Pikachu during Pokémon the Series: Black & White. In Japan, level of Pikachu corresponds to both the debut of Pokémon the Series: Black & White being during the 14th year of the Pokémon anime and the first movie in Pokémon the Series: Black & White being the 14th Pokémon movie overall, whereas in Western games, the level of Pikachu corresponds to the debut of Pokémon the Series: Black & White being during the 13th year of the Pokémon anime in the United States. The Trainer ID number is based on the original air date of the first episode in Pokémon the Series: Black & White, September 23, 2010, whereas the Western number is based on the air date of the episode in the United States, February 12, 2011.

Due to an error, PAL region copies of Pokémon Moon set to Spanish could receive Alola Cap Pikachu in place of this gift. It was fixed after 11 hours on October 10, 2017, but the erroneous gift could still be received due to a caching issue until October 12, 2017.

Kalos Cap

This special Pikachu is based on Ash's Pikachu during Pokémon the Series: XY. The level of Pikachu corresponds to both the debut of Pokémon the Series: XY being during the 17th year of the Pokémon anime and the first movie in Pokémon the Series: XY being the 17th Pokémon movie overall. The Trainer ID number is based on the original air date of the first episode in Pokémon the Series: XY, October 17, 2013, whereas the Western number is based on the air date of the episode in the United States, January 18, 2014.

Alola Cap

This special Pikachu is based on Ash's Pikachu during Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon. In Japan, the level of Pikachu corresponds to both the debut of Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon being during the 20th year of the Pokémon anime and the first movie in Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon being the 20th Pokémon movie overall, whereas in Western games, the level of Pikachu corresponds to the debut of Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon being during the 19th year of the Pokémon anime in the United States. The Trainer ID number is based on the original air date of the first episode in Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon, November 17, 2016, whereas the Western number is based on the air date of the episode in the United States, December 5, 2016.

Due to an error, PAL region copies of Pokémon Moon set to Spanish could receive this gift early in place of the Unova Cap Pikachu. It was fixed after 11 hours on October 10, 2017, but the erroneous gift could still be received due to a caching issue until October 12, 2017.

Partner Cap
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This special Pikachu is based on Ash's Pikachu as he appeared in Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You. Unlike previous Cap Pikachu, this Pikachu's level corresponds to the 21st anniversary of the franchise as a whole. The Trainer ID number is based on the original air date of the movie, July 15, 2017, but unlike other Cap Pikachu, this ID was not adjusted for western releases.

This Pikachu was distributed exclusively for Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon to players who scan a QR Code. The QR code itself can be scanned once the player reaches Akala Island. Once scanned, the player can pick up the Pikachu from a deliveryman at Pikachu Valley. Due to a bug, this Pikachu can be Shiny. Instead of checking its personality value against the Trainer ID and secret ID number of Pikachu's Original Trainer to prevent its personality value from making it Shiny, the game uses the player's data instead. Shiny Partner Cap Pikachu are identical in appearance to normal ones.

QR Code

Generation VIII

All Pikachu in a cap were distributed via universal serial codes through the offical Pokémon website in honor of Pokémon Journeys: The Series's timeslot change to Fridays in Japan. All codes expired November 30, 2020, at 6:59 a.m. PST. These iterations of Ash's Pikachu all share the same moveset, and can learn Volt Tackle from the Move Reminder.

Original Cap

Players could claim Original Cap Pikachu with the serial code P1KACHUGET. The serial code references the Japanese term often used for caught Pokémon in the anime, GETしたポケモンGot Pokémon.

Partner Cap

Players could claim Partner Cap Pikachu with the serial code 1CH00SEY0U. The code is a reference to the title of the twentieth movie in both Japanese and English languages, I Choose You!

Hoenn Cap

Players could claim Hoenn Cap Pikachu with the serial code P1KAADVANCE. The code is a reference to the Japanese name of Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire, ポケットモンスター アドバンスジェネレーションPocket Monsters Advanced Generation.

Sinnoh Cap

Players could claim Sinnoh Cap Pikachu with the serial code V0LTTACKLEP1KA. The code is a reference to Volt Tackle, a move Pikachu used throughout Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl.

Unova Cap

Players could claim Unova Cap Pikachu with the serial code P1KABESTW1SH. The code is a reference to the Japanese name of Pokémon the Series: Black and White, ポケットモンスターベストウイッシュPocket Monsters Best Wishes!.

Kalos Cap

Players could claim Kalos Cap Pikachu with the serial code KAL0SP1KA. Kalos Cap Pikachu was released early to coincide with the 7th anniversary of Pokémon the Series: XY in Japan — October 17, 2013.

Alola Cap

Players could claim Alola Cap Pikachu with the serial code ULTRAP1KA. The code is a reference to Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon as well as the anime's Ultra Guardians.

Sours: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Pikachu_in_a_cap

About This File

This gift was programmed in the game to be shiny locked. However, due to a programming oversight,
it is possible to receive the Partner Cap Pikachu as shiny (standard odds),
if your Trainer Shiny Value (TSV) is not 1009. This is the only Pikachu Cap Variant that can be received shiny.
(Note: Still available shiny, up to update Version 1.2)

How the game mechanic worked, was that the game would generate a PID that is not shiny compared to your TID/SID.
After that generation, the game will proceed to overwrite the Pikachu's TID/SID with Ash's.
Hence, there is a chance that the PID generated for the Pikachu will be shiny against TID/SID of Ash, as the game doesn't check for that.

This was discovered by @wwwwwwzx when reviewing the game's code, who then went ahead to test and prove it with RNG.
A few other users also corroborated the data with their ownfindings.

The data below refers to the file itself, not the encounter as a whole.

shiny effect
 SpeciesPikachu (Partner Cap) 
 Nickname(default, in ENG.png
 OTAsh 
 TID170715 
 DistributionIn-Game Gift 
 Location2017 Pokémon Movie 
 Dates(various dates) 
 PIDShiny PID
 GamesUltra Moon 
(and Ultra Sun) 
Poke BallLv.21
 NatureHardy 
 AbilityStatic (1) 
 Item Pretty Wing 
Wishing

Wishing

Format Ver.1.0.6-1, Post Updated Date:20180207_2340

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Pikachu World Cap Spotlight Hour Is Today In Pokémon GO

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For the first time ever, a new Pokémon will be introduced during the weekly Spotlight Hour in Pokémon GO. It won't be a new species, though, but rather a new form of Pikachu. Joining the ranks of Witch Hat Pikachu, Ash Hat Pikachu, and many more is the new World Cap Pikachu which will be featured in Pokémon GO only during tonight's Spotlight Hour from 6 PM to 7 PM local time. This specific hat is the one Ash wears in the ongoing Pokémon Journeys series. Here's everything you need to know about this new release including if it comes Shiny, if it can evolve, and what the Spotlight Hour bonus will be.

World Cap Pikachu promotional artwork in Pokémon GO. Credit: Niantic

First of all, yes. World Cap Pikachu can be Shiny. This was confirmed by trainers playing the Spotlight Hour in earlier timezones. This makes this specific Shiny Pikachu instantly among the rarest in the game, as it will be only available for one hour. Trainers are reporting that the Shiny rate doesn't appear to be boosted, meaning that the odds of encountering one are one in approximately 450. For collectors, this is going to be a huge goal. Those who don't care about costumed Pokémon would do well to get out and hunt anyway, as a Shiny World Cap Pikachu will have enormous trade value.

Unlike other recently introduced costumed Pokémon, World Cap Pikachu will be able to evolve. This means that World Cap Raichu, found earlier in the code by dataminers, has been confirmed. The bonus of this Spotlight Hour is double catch XP, which is great for trainers who have yet to reach Level 40. Throw on a Lucky Egg and rake it in. Next week's Pokémon GO Spotlight Hour will feature Pikachu wearing the original Ash hat. This will be a return for this version rather than a new release.

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