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Z-Rings to Complement the New Features in Pokémon Sun and Moon

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Those who follow our previous report about Pokémon Sun & Moon might have discovered something else other than new Pokémon in the trailer. Check out the trailer again for a clue:

Along with the reveal of new Pokémon, new features for Pokémon Sun and Moon are also introduced in the above trailer. In Riding Pokémon feature, certain Pokémon will be Ride Pokémon in the game, as can be seen on the trailer where people can hop on Charizards and Mudsdales. The official website describes Riding Pokémon as follows:

One aspect of the culture in the Alola region is something known as Poké Ride, in which certain Pokémon help people get to places they wouldn’t be able to reach by using human strength alone. These Pokémon don’t join your team, but you can call on them anytime to receive their help. This practice is typical of the way of life in Alola, where humans and Pokémon are so closely bound together.

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Besides riding Pokémon feature, there are also Trial Champions who can be challenged as a way to become a champion. Totem Pokémon which has special properties and allies may also appear in the trial.

There is also the Z-Moves. This feature means every Pokémon has Z-power that can be used for a special move. Every Pokémon has its own Z-Move that can be used per each fight.

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What is interesting about this feature is the that a real life Z-Ring will be released. This Z-Ring is made by Tomy. Z-Ring will be used as a bracelet, and it reacts to battles in game by lighting up, vibrating, and making sounds. Z-Ring will use eighteen crystals each of which connects to eighteen currently existing Pokémon types.

Z-Ring, along with one Z-Crystal, will be sold for 2,600 yen. Z-Crystals will also be purchasable in a set, consisting of three crystal, which will cost 599 yen. A bundle of Z-Ring and six Z-Crystal is also being planned which will cost 4,490 yen per bundle.

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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