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Pokémon Sun and Moon Is Finally Out, and Fans Are Already Confirming That Slowpoke Tails are Still Tasty

This whole Slowpoke tails being delicious thing has been around since Gold and Silver, and Japan went as far as selling tail plushies for the die-hard fans out there. Well, reports are rolling in via Twitter and it looks like the infamous delicacy has retained its taste in the newest version.

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While most people wait in eager anticipation for the Pokémon Sun and Moon release, while potentially keeping themselves busy by photoshopping the sh*t out of the world's seemingly least favorite Pokémon starter of all time, Popplio...other folks in Hong Kong marched in protest over Nintendo's plan to use the Putonghua (Mandarin Chinese) translation for 100+ Pokémon characters in the Hong Kong version of Pokémon Sun and Moon.

The core of the fans' unrest is with the Pikachu name change. Previously known as "Beikaaciu" but now set to be referred to as Pikaqiu in future games.

6,000 people banded together to sign off on a petition in March asking Nintendo to reverse the changes, but the request went on to be ignored.

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Pokémon Sun and Moon Trailer Reveals New Z-Moves, Special Munchlax, and Rattata's Alola Form

Don't even know where to start with the latest trailer for Pokémon Sun and Moon! So many exciting things happening all at once. Snorlax finally wakes the heck up to unleash the ultimate z-move...'pulverizing pancake' (just wait till you see it in the video), and Raichu's straight up surfing the waves.

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Hau is based on the Hau Flower (or Hibiscus Tiliacius) and Lillie is based on the Hawaiian Spider (or Queen Emma) Lily.

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