‘Pokémon Sun And Moon’ Crabrawler And Three Other Pokémon Revealed At World Championships [VIDEO]
At this year’s Pokémon World Championships, four new Pokémon for Sun and Moon were revealed in a brand new trailer.Three of the four were already revealed in August’s CoroCoro but we finally have their English names, along with more details on the two sand castle Pokémon and the pre-evolution of Bewear.But the biggest news is the introduction of Crabrawler to Sun and Moon.
Pokémon Sun & Moon Games’ Trailer Introduces 4 New Pokémon
Crabrawler, Sandygast, Palossand, Stufful to appear in games shipping November 23The official Pokémon Company International YouTube channel began streaming a reveal trailer on Friday, officially confirming four new Pokémon for the upcoming Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon games.The new Pokémon are:Crabrawler, a fighting-typeSandygast, a ghost- and ground-typePalossand, a ghost- and ground-type that evolves from SandygastStufful, a normal- and fighting-type that evolves into BewearThe games will debut in Japan and North America on November 18, followed by Europe on November 23.The three Starter Pokémon (pictured below) are: the Grass-type Rowlet (Mokuroh in Japan), the Fire-type Litten (Nyabby), and the Water-type Popplio (Ashimari).
4 new Pokémon from Sun and Moon
The Pokémon Company and Nintendo have released a brand new trailer for Pokémon Sun and Moon.The clip, which you’ll find above, debuts four new Pokémon from this generation.We also received information regarding the new monsters in press release form.
Meet Pokémon Sun and Moon’s four newest Pokémon
The roster for Pokémon Sun/Pokémon Moon is growing by the day — The Pokemon Co. announced four new pocket monsters for the upcoming games today.First up is Crabrawler, a fighting-type Pokémon with a seemingly lazy eyelid.Crabrawler always seeks higher ground — both literally and in social standing — and it loves to chew on berries.
More new Pokémon revealed for Sun and Moon, and one is a pile of sand
The Pokémon Company, what is going on right now.How is it possible that one of the new pocketable monsters you created for Pokémon Sun/Moon is actually a pile of sand??Look:What are you doing to me?