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Pokémon Sun and Moon: New Pokémon revealed alongside trailer!

by Joey Davidson | July 19, 2016July 19, 2016 6:30 am PST

This morning we have a brand new trailer, new information and six freshly revealed Pokémon for Pokémon Sun and Moon. I know, a story not about Pokémon GO for this franchise? Craziness.

We’ll start with the trailer. Here it is:

In addition to that trailer, we received a press release that detailed new features for “Pokémon Global Link, a website that connects players around the world who are enjoying the Pokémon series.” That system will end its service for Omega RubyAlpha SapphireX and Y in order to work with Sun and Moon. Here’s what’s new.

…with Pokémon Sunand Pokémon Moon and introduce Friendly Competitions, a new function which has been created to allow players to become competition hosts and host their own original competitions where they can set the regulations. Two types of Friendly Competition will be available, Online and Live.

  • Online Competitions – These are competitions which are played over the internet. Players will be matched with an opponent and compete against each other for the best rating. These competitions can be open to Pokémon Trainers all over the world, or they can be set to only allow pre-approved Trainers to enter.
  • Live Competitions – These competitions allow players to host a competition and play together with friends and other Trainers who are in the same space. The Digital Player ID that contains competition regulations is generated as a QR Code, and by scanning the QR code into a 3DS system, participants can join and battle according to the set regulations.

Then we have the newly announced “Hyper Training function.” With Sun and Moon, you’ll be able to power up your Pokémon even after they hit the level 100 cap. “Hyper training allows Pokémon that have grown to Lv. 100 to increase their individual strengths, which has not been possible in previous Pokémon games.” All you have to do is hit the cap with your Pokémon, find Mr. Hyper (a new character) and pay him bottle caps to train your monsters.

Finally, here are the new Pokémon with info directly from the press release we received this morning. Pokémon Sun and Moon will release on November 18, 2016.

Pokemon Sun and Moon - Wimpod

Name: Wimpod

Type: Bug/Water

Wimpod is the Turn Tail Pokémon. This Pokémon is a cowardly scavenger that eats or stores anything that’s been dropped in the sea meaning it is highly valued across the Alola region as a cleaner of the sea. Wimpod has the new Ability Wimp Out which causes this Pokémon to run away or swap out for another Pokémon when its HP drops below half in battle.

Pokemon Sun and Moon - Bounsweet

Name: Bounsweet

Type: Grass

Bounsweet is the Fruit Pokémon which gives off a delicious aroma. This aroma has a calming effect on humans, so many people across Alola let them live inside their homes as an air freshener.

Pokemon Sun and Moon - Comfey

Name: Comfey

Type: Fairy

The Posey Picker Pokémon Comfey picks flowers which it carries around with it. Comfey uses its soothing aroma to help treat people and Pokémon at Pokémon Centers and hospitals.

Pokemon Sun and Moon - Mudsdale

Name: Mudsdale

Type: Ground

Mudslade is the Draft Horse Pokémon with incredible power and stamina. Its legs are coated in a protective mud and its kick can destroy a car in a single blow. Mudslade has the Ability Stamina, a new Ability which raises a Pokémon’s Defense by one when hit by an attack.

Pokemon Sun and Moon - Bewear

Name: Bewear

Type: Normal/Fighting

Bewear is the Strong Arm Pokémon that must never be approached carelessly. With its strong and highly developed arms and legs, Bewear loves to give crushing bear hugs that will split anything in two.

Pokemon Sun and Moon - Mimikyu

Name: Mimikyu

Type: Ghost/Fairy

As the Disguised Pokémon, Mimikyu lives its life constantly covered by its cloth. Mimikyu’s Disguise Ability allows it to escape danger from an enemy’s attack once, then its appearance changes.


Joey Davidson

Joey Davidson leads the gaming department here on TechnoBuffalo. He's been covering games online for more than 10 years, and he's a lover of all...

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