Well, it’s that time of month! CoroCoro magazine has leaked, this time rife with some cool information about Pokemon Sun and Moon! Let’s take a look:
According to Serebii, the Pokemon on in the leftmost picture is called Yowashi. It is a fish Pokemon that is a Water-type. It has the ability to exist in its Single form, but also in its School form. The school form is much larger.
In the second photo is the Pokemon Sunabaa, which is a Ground/Ghost Pokemon and appears to be a pile of sand with a shovel sticking out of it. According to CoroCoro, it is a “truly terrifying creature”, being what is made when a restless spirit dwells in a pile of sand. It evolves into Shirodesuna, the large sand castle Pokemon who steals the life force from other Pokemon. Gives a new meaning to “haunted house”, huh?
Underneath Shirodesuna is Bewear and its newly-revealed pre-evolution, going by the name of Nuikoguma. It is a Normal/Fighting type, like Bewear, but it seems to still be learning its fighting techniques, as seen in he small supplementary image to its left. Apparently, it is very strong, but in order to gain Herculean strength, it must evolve. Nuikoguma is very popular among women and children, and it is on the top ten lists in Alola of Pokemon people want to encounter, but it hates being touched, and if held, it will kick you and resist every second!
In the third shot is the Alolan form of Exeggutor, which was revealed in last week’s video. To its left, though, are two new Alolan forms — Alolan Meowth, and Alolan Marowak. Alolan Meowth is a Dark type, and seems to have a darker, more sinister color as well as more mischievous look to it. (To me, he looks like he should be wearing a leather jacked and peddling cigarettes for your lunch money in high school.) It is said that Meowth went through this transformation through being bred by the royal family of Alola. Marowak, on the other hand, is now a Ghost/Fire type. The bone it carries now looks like it’s been set aflame, and it’s got a much more, well, ghostly look to it. (It looks like Cubone never was able to find his mother, huh? Nah, just kidding.) Marowak developed its Alolan form to help it ward off predators that appear across the Alola region.
In the fourth photo, we are shown a glimpse of the evil team of the region — Team Skull. We are also told that next month’s CoroCoro will show us a poster of Rockruff’s evolved form. Of course, as you remember, it was said that Rockruff shares something very special with the starter Pokemon. What could that be? I guess we’ll just have to keep our eyes peeled to find out!
How do you feel about these new Pokemon? Let us know in the comments, and see you next time!