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EasyEuro is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Payments.
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Latest EasyEuro News
Nov 26, 2023
Regional forms have existed in the Pokemon world since Gen 7's Pokemon Sun/Moon, and the numbers of these variants have increased with each new generation. Although it did not debut in Sword/Shield, Ursaluna was added in the Hisui region of Pokemon Legends: Arceus as a third evolution for Teddiursa and Ursaring. Another generation later, Ursaluna had gained a new form in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet called Bloodmoon Ursaluna. Trainers who've purchased the expansion pack for Scarlet/Violet have a chance of obtaining their own Bloodmoon Ursaluna in a side quest exclusive to The Teal Mask. Since the Gen 9 mainline games now have compatibility with Pokemon HOME, they can also have a regular/Hisuian Ursaluna. It's not uncommon for Pokemon with regional variants/forms to have different stat spreads and completely different learnsets. Thus, some players may be wondering if the Hisuian Ursaluna pales in comparison to the Bloodmoon Ursaluna of Kitakami. Both Ursalunas have their pros and cons, so before making room for them in the party, it's best to know what sets them apart. Related How to Get Ursaluna in Scarlet/Violet Players won't be able to get Ursaluna in Paldea or Kitakami, so they'll need to catch one in Legends: Arceus or Pokemon GO. Then, they'll need to transfer it to Scarlet/Violet by using Pokemon HOME. Legends: Arceus Teddiursa and Ursaring can both be caught in the Crimson Mirelands (Ursa's Ring) and Coronet Highlands (Sonorous Path) in Legends: Arceus. The Crimson Mirelands is the second area that players will unlock while Coronet Highlands is the fourth. If players aren't that high a level yet, then it's recommended to get the Teddiursa at Ursa's Ring. Bring items that can stun , such as Mud Balls or Sticky Globs. Teddiursa are normally skittish, but if there's an Ursaring nearby, they'll alert it of the player's presence. To get Ursaluna, players will need to find a Peat Block and use it on their Ursaring during a full moon. Peat Blocks can be found by using the Ride Ursaluna to dig up treasure, or it can be found in space-time distortions. Players can also buy one from Ginter at Jubilife Village, but this method is unreliable as his wares change every day. As for a full moon, trainers will just need to keep "Wait/Rest until night" and rely on RNG. To transfer Ursaluna from Legends: Arceus, do the following: In Legends: Arceus, place Ursaluna in a Pasture, then save and exit the game. Open Pokemon HOME and choose Legends: Arceus from the selection of compatible Pokemon games. Move Ursaluna from the Pasture to the Basic Box/Storage (left window). Save and exit. While still in HOME, open Scarlet/Violet to transfer Ursaluna from the Basic Box to a PC Box. Save and exit. Pokemon GO In Pokemon GO, trainers can catch a wild Teddiursa and evolve it using Teddiursa Candy. Once evolved into Ursaring, it will need 100 Teddirusa Candy to evolve only during a full moon in real time. If attempted to evolve on any other night, the Evolve option will be grayed out . To transfer Ursaluna from Pokemon GO, do the following: Tap the Poke Ball icon on the map in Pokemon GO. Open Settings in the top-right corner of the screen. Go down to Connected Devices and Services and choose Pokemon HOME. Select Ursaluna, then select Continue and Transfer. In Pokemon HOME on the Switch, choose the icon with the Pokemon GO logo to complete the transfer. If there is room in the Basic Box, Ursaluna will be moved there. Open Scarlet/Violet in HOME, then place Ursaluna from the Basic Box to a PC Box. Save and exit. Related How to Get Bloodmoon Ursaluna To get Bloodmoon Ursaluna (without trading), trainers will need the Scarlet/Violet expansion pass. Once they have this, they can go to Kitakami after they've started the Treasure Hunt. In Mossui Town, there's a photographer named Perrin and her Hisuian Growlithe . Speak to her, and she'll want trainers to register 150 Pokemon in the Kitakami Dex. After this, players will get the chance to battle her level 68-70 Pokemon: Noctowl and Leafeon. The levels of Perrin's party does not scale with the player. Her team will always be at level 68 and level 70. Thus, it's best to attempt the side quest in the lategame of Scarlet/Violet. After Perrin's defeat, she'll recruit the trainer character to look for the Bloodmoon Ursaluna in the Timeless Woods. There's a "minigame" where trainers will need to take pictures of 10 different Pokemon in the Timeless Woods before they can have a chance at battling/catching Bloodmoon Ursaluna. Like the Titan Pokemon, Bloodmoon Ursaluna has a lot of HP and it's a level 70 Pokemon. Trainers are advised to bring Water-type or Fighting-type Pokemon to target its type weakness. Don't hesitate to terastallize either. Once Bloodmoon Ursaluna's HP drops to zero , trainers can throw a Poke Ball for an automatic catch. Related 555 Ursaluna has a great HP base stat, and Bloodmoon Ursaluna's isn't bad either. The differences in their base stats are mostly their Attack and Special Attack. Ursaluna has a high 140 Attack while Bloodmoon Ursaluna only has 70. This is reflected in their learnsets, where Ursaluna's moves are mostly physical, and Bloodmoon's has more special moves . For example, at level 48, Ursaluna learns High Horsepower (physical), but Bloodmoon Ursaluna learns Earth Power (special). They both have good Defense with Bloodmoon Ursaluna 15 base stat points higher. Unfortunately, its Special Defense is its second-to-worst stat; Ursaluna's Special Defense not very outstanding either. There's not much difference in their Speed, although Bloodmoon is a little bit faster. Thus, their turn is likely to be last in battle. In short: Bloodmoon Ursaluna is the better special attacker; regular/Hisuian Ursaluna is a physical attacker. They make decent walls against physical moves, but do poorly against special attacks. Super-effective against: N/A Both Ursalunas have the same type effectiveness, but their Abilities can make or break them for some trainers. Ursaluna has Guts or Bulletproof as their two main Abilities with Unnerve as their Hidden. All three Abilities are situational, but having an Ursaluna with Guts has better benefits and is less dependent on the opponent's moveset than Bulletproof. Unfortunately, Unnerve isn't that great of a Hidden Ability , so it's not worth using an Ability Patch on Ursaluna. Bloodmoon Ursaluna only has one Ability: Mind's Eye. This essentially combines two Abilities into one, as it has the same effects as Scrappy and Keen Eye. When it comes to Abilities, Bloodmoon Ursaluna has the better deal despite not having a Hidden or second Ability. What determines whether to use Ursaluna or Bloodmoon Ursaluna are the trainers themselves. Both are great for combating Electric-type Pokemon, and they have two immunities (ie: Electric and Ghost). They also have coverage moves in their learnset such as Play Rough (Ursaluna) and Moonblast (Bloodmoon). If trainers want a physical attacking Pokemon, then they should choose Ursaluna. If they want a special attacking Pokemon, then they'll want Bloodmoon Ursaluna. Pokemon Scarlet & Violet are available for Nintendo Switch.
EasyEuro Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was EasyEuro founded?
EasyEuro was founded in 2017.
Where is EasyEuro's headquarters?
EasyEuro's headquarters is located at 76 avenue des Champs-Elysees, Paris.
What is EasyEuro's latest funding round?
EasyEuro's latest funding round is Seed VC - II.
How much did EasyEuro raise?
EasyEuro raised a total of $4.73M.
Who are the investors of EasyEuro?
Investors of EasyEuro include WestSummit Capital, Geoswift, Swiftpass, Unity, Ally Capital and 3 more.