As the final Global Mission event of the “Pokémon Sun and Moon” has just concluded, it is the end of an era for its players. The event was all about the gamers gathering at least 1,000 lottery spins.

While “Pokémon Sun and Moon” players engaged in the recent Global Mission event, players were able to accumulate a total of 30,256 lottery spins, 3DS Pokemon reported. The total spins indicated that players easily acquired the required amount, and these players can now obtain the rewards. All participants in the Global Mission event will get 2,000 Festival Coins, while members of the Global Link will be able to receive 4,000 Festival Coins.

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All Global Link members who contributed at least one lottery spin during the Global Mission event will also receive five Rare Candies and a Fast Ball. The Rare Candies and a Fast Ball will come in handy when “Pokémon Sun and Moon” players need to catch an agile creature. Players can claim the rewards at the Festival Plaza castle, and speak with the receptionist of the Global Mission.

Free Mystery Gifts

Meanwhile, Twinfinite reported that Nintendo will give players another chance to acquire a number of rare items. The video game developer launches another set of free Mystery Gifts around the globe through a universal code. The Mystery Gifts will come along with four Mega Stones for the legendary Pokémon Diancie, Gallade, Gardevoir and Lopunny.

In redeeming the prize, players would need to select the Mystery Gift option and choose to receive the item through a code or password.

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From there, enter the code POYONG, and grab the free Mystery Gifts from the deliveryman.

Nintendo hasn’t yet announced how long these free Mystery Gifts will be available, but it’s best to snap them up before the promotion is over. However, this is not the first time that the video game developer gave away freebies. “Pokémon Sun and Moon” players were able to receive a Shiny Tapu Koko last month, which is up for grabs until August 14.

Salazzle with several moves

In other “#Pokemon Sun and Moon” news, players can get a free dark gray Pokémon, Salazzle, at participating GameStops on August 14. This just happens to be one of the game’s many events going on this month. The free dark gray Pokémon will be given to players at level 50 with Focus Sash. The Salazzle comes along with several moves, such as Sludge Bomb, Flamethrower, Toxic as well as Fake Out. This particular “Pokemon Sun and Moon” event will end on September 4.

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