Pikachu Line Sticker
The Pokémon Company just launched a new sticker set of Pokémon for the Line instant messaging app. Line Store

The Pokémon Company just picked the perfect time to launch a new Pokémon sticker set on the Line Store. Exactly a week after rolling out the Gen 2 Update to Niantic Labs’ “Pokémon GO” app, the marketing firm of the Pokémon franchise introduced the “Team Rascal Pikachu” sticker set for the cross-platform instant messaging app.

On Thursday, The Pokémon Company added the new sticker set that’s made with the help of Illustrator MOGU on the Line Store. Based on the official description of the set it consists of “cute and feisty” stickers of Pikachu and other pocket monsters fromdiffrent egions.

For just $1.99, the sticker set comes with 40 hand-drawn caricatures of several Pokémon. Each sticker is designed to be quirky and very comical. For example, there’s a Koffing belching its toxic gasses and is made to look as though it is erratically shaking to match the “head explodes” text above it. There’s also a cute sticker of Chansey comforting a distraught Pikachu with the words “There, there” above them.

The Pokémon Company ensured that even players of “Pokémon Sun and Moon” would be delighted with the new sticker set as well. Apparently, aside from the Gen 1 and Gen 2 Pokémon, some creatures from the Alola Region also star in their own stickers. Starters Litten, Rowlet and Popplio each star in their own sticker. Sad Pokémon Mimikyu, Bewear and Alolan Exeggutor are also present in the new sticker set. Check out the complete set here.

This isn’t the first sticker set of Pokémon that made it to Line’s store. The Pokémon Company has released other sets in the past. There is even a special Pokémon Thank You sticker set launched last year with the help of “Pokémon Sun and Moon” developer Game Freak’s general manager Junichi Masuda. The sticker set was made special for it was released in an effort to raise funds for the Chance for Children charity that focused on helping Japanese kids affected by natural disasters, as first reported by Mashable.

Line is a free, instant messaging app available for download for Android, iOS, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, Firefox and the Nokia Asha OSes.