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Introducing Pokemon Sun/Moon's Newest Fire-Type, Turtonator

News Bot Aug 18, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    Following the reveal of new creatures last week, The Pokemon Company today announced one more for this year's 3DS role-playing games, Pokemon Sun and Moon.
    Meet Turtonator, a fire/dragon Pokemon that stands 6'7" tall and weighs 467.4 pounds. It lives on volcanoes and feeds on the sulfur found there. As such, when something strikes Turtonator, sparks fly from the horns on its shell, in turn creating an explosion.

    "The explosive blasts triggered from Turtonator's back are released through an orifice located on the middle front of the Pokemon's body," reads a line from its official description. "This is Turtonator's weak point. Attacks landing on its stomach will cause it a great deal of damage."
    One of Turtonator's moves is called Shell Trap. The creature sets a trap at the start of its turn, and if Turtonator is struck by a physical attack during an opponent's turn, the trap explodes, damaging the foe.
    Turtonator's announcement comes a week after The Pokemon Company revealed three new Pokemon for Sun/Moon, Wishiwashi, Pyukumuku, and Morelull, as well as the evil Team Skull.
    Pokemon Sun/Moon are due to launch on November 18 in the US and November 23 in the UK. At E3 2016, we learned about a new free-for-all battle mode and also got a peek at some awesome-looking 3DS models, one of which features Sun/Moon's Legendaries on it.


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