Latest Pokémon Sun and Moon Leaks Confirmed In New Trailer

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Is Pokémon Sun and Moon the leakiest game of 2016? Not sure, but for the past few days, Sun and Moon leaks have reportedly shown new characters. Today we can confirm that those leaks were true.

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Team Skull is Sun and Moon’s antagonist organization:

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This is Plumeria.

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Guzma is Team Skull’s leader.

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New Pokémon include the solo form of Wishiwashi:

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As well as Wishiwashi’s school form:

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There’s also Morelull, a Grass/Fairy Pokémon:

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Here’s Pyukumuku, a Water type that can attack with its innards.

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Raichu is getting an Alola form for Sun and Moon as an Electric and Psychic type.

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Marowak, likewise, is getting an Alola form, too, as a Fire and Ghost type.

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Ditto for Meowth. Make that, Dark Meowth.

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You can watch the full trailer below.

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Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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DISCUSSION

Mild Black and White Spoilers.

Growing up we’ve always had the antagonist of the Pokemon games wanting to take over the world by using Pokémon and their abilities to their advantage. Being young it makes sense, it’s clear cut (much like most things when we are younger). When Black and White came out I always found it satisfying that the antagonist changed the pace quite drastically. N being the leader of Team Plasma and their goal being to let all Pokémon go from the bonds of ownership and Pokeball containment, it made me take a step back and really think, “Are they really the antagonists or are we?” And its why it remains my favorite inner story of any Pokémon game that’s come out. Perhaps the choices being made weren’t so Black and White. Even the minions didn’t even look as menacing.

It must have confused the younger generations because there was no Gray third game and we got sequels where it was the first numerical sequel and the antagonists went back to being the clear cut bumbling idiots that want world domination.

I write this because I yearn for that more adult of a story where the choices aren’t as clear cut. Team Skull looks pretty cut and dry again and don’t get me wrong, I’m pumped for Sun and Moon but seeing the school bully in black as the villains has me wondering what the villains are going after this time.