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SPOILERS AHEAD

Over the past few weeks, several anonymous sources have been leaking details about the upcoming Nintendo 3DS games, Pokémon Sun & Moon. As usual, we won’t be sharing any images, but we have been keeping track on any and all details about the game. Below is a compilation of information we’ve previously reported on and some new ones as well – all in one place for your convenience! Part 1 can be found here, Part 2 can be found here. Anything related to the plot of the game will be “highlight to view” – Read at your own risk.

Pokémon Buffs

Stat Changes

  • Arbok – ATK +10
  • Dugtrio – ATK +20
  • Farfetch’d – ATK +25
  • Dodrio  – SPD + 10
  • Electrode – SPD +10
  • Exeggutor – SPD +10
  • Noctowl – SPA +10
  • Ariados – SPD +10
  • Quillfish – DEF +10
  • Magcargo – HP +10, SPA +10
  • Corsola – HP +10, DEF +10, SPD +10
  • Mantine – HP +10
  • Swellow – SPA +10
  • Pelipper – SPA +10
  • Masquerain – SPA +20, SPE +20
  • Delcatty – SPE +20
  • Volbeat – DEF +20, SPG +10
  • Illumise – DEF +20, SPD +10
  • Lunatone – HP +20
  • Solrock – HP +20
  • Chimecho – HP +10, DEF +10, SPD +10
  • Woobat – HP +10
  • Crustle – ATK +10
  • Beartic – ATK +20
  • Cryogonal – HP +10, DEF +20

Added Second Ability

  • Wingull – Hydration
  • Pelipper – Drizzle
  • Torkoal – Drought
  • Roggenrola – Weak Armor
  • Boldore – Weak Armor
  • Gigalith – Sand Stream
  • Vanilite – Snow Cloak
  • Vanilish – Snow Cloak
  • Vaniluxe – Snow Warning
  • Cubchoo – Slush Rush
  • Beartic – Slush Rush

Pokémon Nerfs

New Ability

  • Gengar – Levitate Cursed Body

New Hidden Ability

  • Raikou – Volt Absorb Inner Focus
  • Entei – Flash Fire Inner Focus
  • Suicune – Water Absorb Inner Focus

Items

New Items

  • _____ Memory – Memory discs that contain different data for each type. It changes the type of the holder if held by certain species of Pokémon. One for each type, eighteen total.
    • Normal Memory, Fire Memory, Water Memory, Electric Memory, Grass Memory, Ice Memory, Fighting Memory, Poison Memory, Ground Memory, Flying Memory, Psychic Memory, Bug Memory, Rock Memory, Ghost Memory, Dragon Memory, Dark Memory, Steel Memory and Fairy Memory
  • Z Crystals – This is a crystallized form of Z-Power. It upgrades moves to Z-Moves. One per type, 18 total
    • Normalium Z, Firium Z, Waterium Z, Electrium Z, Grassium Z, Icium Z, Fightinium Z, Poisonium Z, Groundium Z, Flyinium Z, Psychium Z, Buginium Z, Rockium Z, Ghostium Z, Dragonium Z, Darkinium Z, Steelium Z and Fairium Z
  • Bottle Cap – A beautiful bottle cap that gives off a silver gleam. Some people are happy to receive one
  • Gold Bottle Cap – A beautiful bottle cap that gives off a golden gleam. Some people are happy to receive one
  • Z-Ring – A mysterious ring that enables Pokémon to use Z-Power. It requires both the willpower and the physical power of the Trainer wearing it
  • Decidium Z – This is a crystallized form of Z-Power. It upgrades Decidueye’s Spirit Shackle to a Z-Move
  • Incinium Z – This is a crystallized form of Z-Power. It upgrades Incineroar’s Darkest Lariat to a Z-Move
  • Primarium Z – This is a crystallized form of Z-Power. It upgrades Primarina’s Sparkling Aria to a Z-Move
  • Tapunium Z – This is a crystallized form of Z-Power. It upgrades the tapu’s Nature’s Madness to a Z-Move
  • Marshadium Z – This is a crystallized form of Z-Power. It upgrades Marshadow’s Spectral Thief to a Z-Move
  • Aloraichium Z – This is a crystallized form of Z-Power. It upgrades Alolan Raichu’s Thunderbolt to a Z-Move
  • Snorlium Z – This is a crystallized form of Z-Power. It upgrades Snorlax’s Giga Impact to a Z-Move
  • Eevium Z – This is a crystallized form of Z-Power. It upgrades Eevee’s Last Resort to a Z-Move
  • Mewnium Z – This is a crystallized form of Z-Power. It upgrades Mew’s Psychic to a Z-Move
  • Pikanium Z – It converts Z-Power into crystals that upgrade Pikachu’s Volt Tackle to an exclusive Z-Move
  • Pikashunium Z – It converts Z-Power into crystals that upgrades a Thunderbolt by Pikachu in a cap to an exclusive Z-Move
  • Forage Bag – A bag to carry ingredients gathered during Mallow’s trial in the jungle
  • Fishing Rod – A Fishing Rod made by Captain Lana. Cast a line over piles of underwater rocks to fish for wild aquatic Pokémon
  • Professor’s Mask – The mask that belongs to The Masked Royal. This pro wrestler apparently sews his mask on a machine himself
  • Festival Ticket – A ticket that allows you to host a mission in Festival Plaza
  • Sparkling Stone – A stone entrusted by a Pokémon that has been venerated as a guardian deity in the Alola region. There is said to be some secret in how it sparkles
  • Adrenaline Orb – Using it makes wild Pokémon more likely to call for help. If held by a Pokémon, it boosts Speed when intimidated. It can be used only once
  • Zygarde Cube – An item to store Zygarde Cores and Cells. You can also use it to teach Zygarde moves
  • Ice Stone – A peculiar stone that can make certain species of Pokémon evolve. It has an unmistakable snowflake pattern
  • Ride Pager – By entering certain numbers on this pager, you can summon Ride Pokémon in an instant
  • Beast Ball – A special Poké Ball designed to catch Ultra Beasts. It has a low success rate for catching others
  • Big Malasada – The Alola region’s local specialty—fried bread. It can be used once to heal all the status conditions of a Pokémon
  • Red Nectar – A flower nectar obtained at Ula’ula Meadow. It changes the form of certain species of Pokémon
  • Yellow Nectar – A flower nectar obtained at Melemele Meadow. It changes the form of certain species of Pokémon
  • Pink Nectar – The flower nectar obtained at the flowering shrubs on Royal Avenue. It changes the form of certain species of Pokémon
  • Purple Nectar – A flower nectar obtained at Poni Meadow. It changes the form of certain species of Pokémon
  • Sun Flute – It is said that the tones it produces were offered up as an expression of gratitude to the Legendary Pokémon of the sun
  • Moon Flute – It is said that the tones it produces were offered up as an expression of gratitude to the Legendary Pokémon of the moon
  • Enigmatic Card – A mysterious card. Written on it is a request for you to go to a guest room in an Akala motel on Route 8
  • Terrain Extender – An item to be held by a Pokémon. It extends the duration of the terrain caused by the holder’s move or Ability
  • Protective Pads – An item to be held by a Pokémon. These pads protect the holder from effects caused by making direct contact with the target
  • Electric Seed – An item to be held by a Pokémon. It boosts Defense on Electric Terrain. It can only be used once
  • Psychic Seed – An item to be held by a Pokémon. It boosts Sp. Def on Psychic Terrain. It can only be used once
  • Misty Seed – An item to be held by a Pokémon. It boosts Sp. Def on Misty Terrain. It can only be used once
  • Grassy Seed – An item to be held by a Pokémon. It boosts Defense on Grassy Terrain. It can only be used once.

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ozymandis

Gavin has never really been good at writing bios, nor does he think he ever will be. When he's not playing Pokemon he enjoys long walks on the beach and reading romantic novellas by candlelight. He's in his Sophomore year of his Marketing Major.