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Pokemon Sun & Moon Details New Ultra Beast, Z-Moves, and More Feature!

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Through its official website, The Pokémon Company gives us a lot of update on Pokémon Sun & Moon. Check the new trailer, new ultra beasts, z-moves feature, and more here!

New Pokemon

Alolan Diglett

Pokemon Sun Moon - New Ultra Beast - Alolan Diglet

Mole Pokémon



2.2 lbs.

Sand Veil / Tangling Hair

Diglett in the Alola region live near volcanic areas, so they have few places to hide themselves away. Their tunneling activity plows the land, creating cultivated soil that’s great for agriculture. Because of this, many people in the Alola region are grateful for the presence of Diglett.
The hairlike growths sprouting from Diglett’s head are metallic whiskers. It’s said they developed these stiff yet flexible whiskers in order to survive in the hostile volcanic environment. The whiskers provide a sensory function, enabling Alolan Diglett to scan the surrounding area without exposing their faces aboveground.

Their current emotional state is revealed by their whiskers. When their whiskers stand straight up, they’re angry. Whiskers that wave are a sign that the Pokémon is on alert. When they swing their whiskers around, they’re in a good mood, and when their whiskers droop, they’re feeling lonely or downhearted.

Alolan Diglett can have the Tangling Hair Ability, which is a new Ability that no other Pokémon has previously had. With the Tangling Hair Ability, opponents that hit Alolan Diglett with a move that makes direct contact will have their Speed lowered by 1.


Alolan Dugtrio

Pokemon Sun Moon - New Ultra Beast - Alolan Dugtrio

Mole Pokémon



146.8 lbs.

Sand Veil / Tangling Hair

In the Alola region, Dugtrio is revered as an incarnation of the god of the land, and it’s treated with great importance. This is why the people of Alola fall to their knees and bow deeply whenever they come across an Alolan Dugtrio that has poked its faces out of its burrow.

Alolan Dugtrio’s whiskers shine with a brilliance akin to golden hair. The whiskers are flexible, just like Diglett’s, but hard and strong. They continue to grow throughout an Alolan Dugtrio’s life, although at a very slow rate. Removing Alolan Dugtrio whiskers from the Alola region is prohibited. It’s said that those who take them receive divine punishment. Every year, many tourists come back, apparently to return whiskers they had taken.

There is a superstitious belief that many Alolan Dugtrio come out of their holes on a day when a volcano will erupt. Older residents of Alola will flee immediately at the sight. It’s thought that Alolan Dugtrio, which live beneath the ground’s surface, detect movements in the ground that indicate an impending eruption and are so alarmed that they come aboveground.

Pokémon exclusive in Pokémon Sun & Moon

There are many Pokémon for you to encounter in your Pokémon Sun or Pokémon Moon game—but not every Pokémon will appear in both games! To obtain every Pokémon, you’ll need to trade with other players. Take a look at the Pokémon known to appear only in either Pokémon Sun or Pokémon Moon.

Pokemon Sun Moon - New Ultra Beast - Rockruff

Rockruff is a special Pokémon that can evolve into different forms depending on which game you’re playing. However, you may be able to find both of its evolved forms in the wild. Search for them—both day and night!

New Ultra Beast


Z-Moves are special moves that a Pokémon can use when it’s holding a Z-Crystal that corresponds to its move’s type, but their effects seem to vary greatly depending on whether they’re based on attack moves or status moves.

Z-Moves based on attack moves have far greater power than usual moves, but how powerful they will be does seem to depend on the power of the original move that a Z-Move is based on. Since Z-Moves are full-powered attacks, they also seem to be impossible to fully ward off with moves like Protect and Detect—they will still do damage.

When you pour your Z-Power into a status move, it will be powered up into a status move with new effects added to it. These effects seem to come in many varieties, so some may raise your own Pokémon’s stats, while others may heal the next Pokémon to switch in, for example.

Exclusive Z-Move

Pokémon Sun & Moon communication feature

There are four formats of Link Battles you can participate in from your Pokémon Sun or Pokémon Moon game:

  • Quick Link (Local Wireless)
  • Link Battles in Festival Plaza (Local Wireless / Internet)
  • Battle Spot—Free Battle (Internet)
  • Battle Spot—Rating Battle (Internet)

Some battle methods are restricted from use depending on the format. Single and Double Battles are permitted in any of the formats. Multi Battles are permitted only in Link Battles in Festival Plaza. You can play in the Battle Format via Link Battles in Festival Plaza and in Battle Spot-Free Battle.

The Battle Spot’s Free Battle format now has the ability to choose whether or not to include “Special Pokémon” (certain Legendary Pokémon and Mythical Pokémon) for Pokémon selection.

Mystery Gift

Greninca, Magearna, and Munchlax

Befriend Greninja in the Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon Special Demo Version, and then receive it via Mystery Gift in Pokémon Sun or Pokémon Moon. After you’ve played the Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon Special Demo Version and have obtained one of the full games, you’ll be able to send Greninja to Pokémon Sun or Pokémon Moon by talking to Professor Kukui in a Pokémon Center.

Get the Mythical Pokémon Magearna at a certain point in the game by scanning a QR Code using the QR Scanner in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon. After scanning the QR Code, you’ll be able to get Magearna on your team by visiting the antique shop in Hau’oli City shopping mall. Check back for details on where you can find the QR Code.

Obtain the early-purchase gift of a Munchlax that evolves into Pulverizing Snorlax and Snorlium Z via the Internet as a Mystery Gift.

Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon will be available for Nintendo 3DS on November 18 this year in North America and Japan, and on November 23 in Europe. Read more post related to Pokémon here.


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