People can't seem get enough of Wicke, a member of the mysterious Aether Corporation, which was revealed in the latest trailer for Pokémon Sun and Moon. Just a heads up that some of these are NSFW-ish!
We're talking fire Pokémon turning into ice Pokémon and new colors for the oldie favorites. Introducing Alola forms, which will make their big debut in Pokémon Sun and Moon. Here are some of the classic Pokémon then depicted in their new forms, as courtesy of Serebii:
Pokémon Sun and Moon will also introduce the 'styles' feature -- which is dependent upon which parts of the island you encounter a given Pokémon on:
The keen-eyed folks over at Comicbook.com recently captured a picture from Japanese television show, Pokenchi, which provides an appreciated glimpse into how the Pokémon battles will be carried out in Sun and Moon. Looking closely, you can see the battles will include NPC spectators, and also that the generic circular platforms that Pokémon would previously stand on during battle have been removed.
As for the starter Pokémon evolutions, a Youtuber Pdwinnall, based out of the U.K. put together a video, which aims to explain an exploit posted by a Japanese Pokémon site that provides a clue as to what Popplio and Litten's final evolutions are. Go ahead and watch the video, and make of it what you will for yourself; but Pdwinnall is claiming that Litten's final Evolution will be Fire/Ground type, and Popplio's final Evolution will be Water/Fighting.
Can't imagine what Trump would make of all this. For those unaware, Yungoos is a Pokémon species that was brought into the Alola region to manage an infestation of another Pokémon (an attempt at mirroring what the Hawaiians did with bringing mongooses to the islands to deal with a rat problem).
Who's to say whether Yungoos might yet make the Alola region great again?
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: