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Pokemon Sun/Moon Trailer Reveals More Creatures, New Bad Guys

News Bot Aug 11, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    The Pokemon Company today released a new trailer for upcoming Nintendo 3DS RPG Pokemon Sun and Moon, showing off more creatures, variations on existing ones, and the villainous Team Skull.
    The new Pokemon are water types Wishiwashi and Pyukumuku, while the third new creature is the grass/fairy type Morelull. One of Wishiwashi's abilities, School, sees it become a mega-fish after a school of fish form around it.

    Also on display in the video are regional variants on Meowth, Marowak, and Raichu. These Alola versions look similar, but they have some new abilities. Of particular note is Raichu's Surge Surfer, which sees it basically ride its tail like a surfboard while performing an electric attack.
    As for Team Skull, the video introduces some lower-level "grunts," as well as a character named Plumeria, who is Team Skull's "big sister." The "big boss" of Team Skull, Guzma, is also on display in the video. They all seem like big jerks. The official description is that members of Team Skull are "ruffians causing trouble in the Alola region."
    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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