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More Pokémon Are Coming To The Alola Region

October 14, 2016

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By: Max Cannon

Pokémon Go isn't the only Pokémon release to shake the world. We have both Sun and Moon coming to the Pokémon universe in November, one of the biggest releases in the series! Pokémon now have more options for evolutions and can evolve into never before seen creatures in the Alola region. 

Check out the new trailer below!

 

New Pokémon and New Pokémon Trainers

Just when you thought we've seen every Pokémon to come to Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon The Pokémon Company throws a bunch of new ones our way and even a couple of new characters! Check them out below, and check out their new trailer above!

Silvally

Type: Normal

The Synthetic Pokémon Silvally is the evolution of Type: Null. This Pokémon changes its type when exclusive items are inserted into the drive on its head, and its somatic cells mutate and glow with different colors of light depending on its type. Silvally has the new Ability RKS System, which causes this Pokémon to change type when holding specific type-related items. It also has the exclusive move Multi-Attack, an attack which changes depending on which type-related item it is holding.

SilvallySilvallyCourtesy of The Pokémon Company

Hakamo-o

Type: Dragon-Fighting

Hakamo-o is the Evolution of Jangmo-o. Hakamo-o dance before battle to show their strength, clanging their scales together. A solitary Pokémon that enjoys training alone, its scales are often torn off, but they grow back nearly immediately. Hakamo-o view the number of lost scales as proof of how ferociously they have fought in battle.

Hakamo-oHakamo-oCourtesy of The Pokémon Company

Kommo-o

Type: Dragon-Fighting

Kommo-o is the Evolution of Hakamo-o. There is a legend that says Kommo-o are covered in glittering scales in order to drive away a great darkness covering the world. This Pokémon can learn the new move Clanging Scales. When using this attack, Kommo-o scrapes the scales covering its body against one another, attacking with a loud clamor. After using this move, Kommo-o’s Defense is lowered.

Kommo-oKommo-oCourtesy of The Pokémon Company

Steenee

Type: Grass

The Fruit Pokémon Steenee is the Evolution of Bounsweet. The calyx on this Pokémon’s head is very hard, and Steenee attacks by smacking its opponent with it, combined with kicks from its tough legs. This Pokémon’s fragrance is even more delectable than that of Bounsweet.

SteeneeSteeneeCourtesy of The Pokémon Company

Tsareena

Type: Grass

Only the strongest of Steenee are able to evolve into Tsareena. A very noble Pokémon, Tsareena use their strength to protect and rule over Bounsweet as their queen. This Pokémon attacks with very powerful, majestic kicks and uses its powerful fragrance to mesmerize its opponents. Some Tsareena have the exclusive new ability Queenly Majesty, which prevents opponents from using priority moves.

TsareenaTsareenaCourtesy of The Pokémon Company

Ribombee

Type: Bug-Fairy

Ribombee is the Evolution of Cutiefly. This Pokémon collects flower nectar and pollen to make into balls, known as Pollen Puffs, which it can then launch at its opponent in battle. Some of the Pollen Puffs that Ribombee make also have relaxing effects or can relieve tiredness. These Pollen Puffs are distributed all over the Alola region.

RibombeeRibombeeCourtesy of The Pokémon Company

Alolan Grimer

Type: Poison-Dark

As the population of the Alola region increased, dealing with garbage became a serious problem. As a solution, Grimer were imported from other regions and fed primarily on garbage, so their body composition changed—as did their form. What appear to be teeth in this Pokémon’s mouth are in fact residual toxins from the garbage it eats, which have hardened and crystallized. There are more than a hundred Alolan Grimer in Alola’s garbage-processing plants.

Alolan GrimerAlolan GrimerCourtesy of The Pokémon Company

Alolan Muk

Type: Poison-Dark

Alolan Muk evolves from Alolan Grimer. The Muk in the Alola region produce and store their toxins within their bodies so, unlike Muk in other regions, you won’t detect any unpleasant aromas when you draw near one. Alolan Muk has the same poisonous crystals as Alolan Grimer, but they are all over the surface of its body. Alolan Muk uses them to attack, just like other Pokémon use their fangs or claws.

Alolan MukAlolan MukCourtesy of The Pokémon Company

Olivia

Olivia is the kahuna of Akala Island, the second island you visit across your island challenge. She is extraordinarily skilled and has served as a kahuna since a young age. Although highly skilled, she insists that she is just a normal girl.

You'll meet Olivia early into the game!You'll meet Olivia early into the game!Courtesy of The Pokémon Company

Ilima

A graduate of the Trainers’ school and an expert in Normal-type Pokémon, Captain Ilima is considered a hero by the students of his former school.

An expert in Normal type Pokémon.An expert in Normal type Pokémon.Courtesy of The Pokémon Company
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