Salandit's Corrosion ability unleashes poisonous havoc on all, no matter the make, we're talking even Steel or Poison here. Female Salandits also posssess the unique capability of being able to control other Pokémon, through using specialized pheromones. What a week for Pokémon, man.
Ah, what a grand day, indeed. We present, Solgaleo and Lunala, the two newest legendaries in the Pokémon universe. Solgaleo (as seen on left in picture above) will star in Pokémon Sun, and Lunala (right) in Pokémon Moon. Both look like they could deal out a massive whooping on lil Popplio. Here's the new trailer which features the legendaries, as well as new gameplay footage, and a look at the new Pokédex:
In Sun and Moon all players will get a Pokédex inhabited by the ghost-like Pokémon Rotom, who can possess/inhabit objects and machinery.
“It does much more than record Pokémon info—it sparkles with its own personality. The Rotom Pokédex shows your current location and your next destination, and it also gives you advice on where to go next, based on the conversations you have with others! It’s likely to be of great help to you in many parts of your adventure.”
Lastly, here's a detailed look at Aloha: the Hawaii-inspired region of Sun and Moon:
If you recall, a while ago we ran a bit on how some fans out there were banding together to put in motion a petition for a Harambe Pokémon. Well, it looks like that was either destined to be, or some higher level execs pulled through in the clutch last minute to deliver with 'Oranguru.'
What did you make of this trailer in general though? How about that Pikachu dance?
Yesterday we rolled out some of the internet's funnier reactions
to one of Pokémon Sun and Moon's funnier new monsters to surface, Bewear. Today we mix it up a little bit for the poor 'ol fluffy bear that just wants a damn hug, by featuring some of the more inspired Bewear-inspired fan art.
The Pokémon is called Sunabaa, which happens to be a play on the Japanese word for 'sandbox.' Sunabaa evolves into Shirodesuna, which literally translates into 'A Castle of Sand.' This news was revealed in Japanese magazine Coro Coro Comi; but the official announcement should be here in short time.