The latest Pokémon Sun & Moon reveal trailer have at last unveiled the final evolutions of Starter Pokémon, Owlett, Litten & Popplio. It doesn’t come as too much as a surprise as images of them were indeed leaked months ago but no one took much noticed and deemed them elaborate fakes. Sorry guys and girls but the leaked images were in fact real, Owlett’s evolved form Decidueye does look like an archer and fires arrows, Popplio’s Final evolved form Primarina looks like the ugly duckling once it had turned into an elegant swan and Litten’s final form Incineroar looks like it bench presses buses but is not Fire/Fighting like most people though but Fire/Dark (Though it will probably have Some fighting moves as well).
Tapu Koko is not the only Alola Guardian Pokémon as three others have been revealed Being Tapu Lele, Tapu Fini & Tapu Bulu. Each one is the guardian to a specific island in the Alola region which you will come across at some point in your journey. They will also share the same Z-move in common which turns them into a giant guardian entity to bring pain down on their opponents.
Another Pokemon was revealed as well along with Alolan Persian who never got a formal introduction in the last Pokémon Sun & Moon Trailer. This new Pokémon is called Cosmog and is a peculiar Pokémon indeed, shrouded in mystery, the Nebular Pokémon is a key interest to the Aether Foundation.
Coming to an end, It looks like our player character will also be tasked with probably one of the franchise’s biggest challenge yet, to create the Alola Pokémon League. We knew that there would be no Gyms and aware of the fact that there may not be an Elite Four but it is actually up to us to Create the first Pokémon League in the Alola Region. That’s not all though as there is also a Battle Tree which will allow you to team up with familiar faces that you have beaten to take on even stronger trainers including Red & Blue.
With less than a month to go before it’s release, it seems that The Pokémon Company are really putting in an effort to keep interests up for Pokémon Sun & Moon and I don’t blame them. I just wish Nintendo would follow suit with the Nintendo Switch but banging your head against a brick wall will only give you a headache and possible concussion so we will just have to wait for more Switch news when they are good and ready.
If you have yet to see the Pokémon Sun & Moon reveal trailer you can check it out below!
This post was written by Mike Scorpio