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Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon are the first pair of games of Generation VII.
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- The Poké Snap, Festival Plaza, Battle Royale, and PokéPelago are added.
- Both games are twelve hours apart; Pokémon Sun is at day, while Pokémon Moon is at evening.
- Pokémon-Amie has been updated to Pokémon Refresh.
- The Pokedex is now possesed by a Rotom.
- The player character can face Trial Captains and the Kahuna Leaders.
- The Alola's criminal organization is Team Skull.
The adventure starts in the Alola region, filled with beaches, tropical trees and water. There are a load of new features: Z-Moves, Alolan forms of Pokémon of previous generations, The Rite of the Island Challenge, Hyper Training, and Poké Ride!
- Rowlet - a Grass/Flying-type Pokémon which represents an owl. It evolves into Dartrix.
- Litten - a Fire-type Pokémon which resembles a tiger-striped cat. It evolves into Torracat.
- Popplio - a Water-type Pokémon which is a sea lion. It evolves into Brionne.
Legendary and Mythical Pokémon
- Magearna - Steel/Fairy-type Mythical Pokémon
- Solgaleo - Psychic/Steel-type Sun Legendary Pokémon
- Lunala - Psychic/Ghost-type Moon Legendary Pokémon
Other new Pokémon
- Komala - Normal-type Pokémon
- Rockruff - Rock-type Pokémon
- Lycanroc - Rock-type Pokémon
- Pikipek - Normal/Flying-type Pokémon
- Yungoos - Normal-type Pokémon
- Gumshoos - Normal-type Pokémon
- Grubbin - Bug-type Pokémon
- Charjabug - Bug/Electric-type Pokémon
- Vikavolt - Bug/Electric-type Pokémon
- Drampa - Normal/Dragon-type Pokémon
- Tapu Koko - Electric/Fairy-type Pokémon
- Togedemaru - Electric/Steel-type Pokémon
- Cutiefly - Bug/Fairy-type Pokémon
- Ribombee - Bug/Fairy-type Pokémon
- Bruxish - Water/Psychic-type Pokémon
- Salandit - Poison/Fire-type Pokémon
- Stufful - Normal/Fighting-type Pokémon
- Bewear - Normal/Fighting-type Pokémon
- Mimikyu - Ghost/Fairy-type Pokémon
- Wimpod - Bug/Water-type Pokémon
- Bounsweet - Grass-type Pokémon
- Steenee - Grass-type Pokémon
- Tsareena - Grass-type Pokémon
- Comfey - Fairy-type Pokémon
- Mudbray - Ground-type Pokémon
- Mudsdale - Ground-type Pokémon
- Minior - Rock/Flying-type Pokémon
- Oricorio (Baile) - Fire/Flying-type Pokémon
- Oricorio (Pom Pom) - Electric/Flying-type Pokémon
- Oricorio (Pa'u) - Psychic/Flying-type Pokémon
- Oricorio (Sensu) - Ghost/Flying-type Pokémon
- Fomantis - Grass-type Pokémon
- Lurantis - Grass-type Pokémon
- Sandygast - Ghost/Ground-type Pokémon
- Palossand - Ghost/Ground-type Pokémon
- Wishiwashi (Solo Form) - Water-type Pokémon
- Wishiwashi (School Form) - Water-type Pokémon
- Pyukumuku - Water-type Pokémon
- Morelull - Grass/Fairy-type Pokémon
- Turtonator - Fire/Dragon-type Pokémon
- Crabrawler - Fighting-type Pokémon
- Type: Null - Normal-type Pokémon
- Silvally - Normal-type Pokémon
- Jangmo-o - Dragon-type Pokémon
- Hakamo-o - Dragon/Fighting-type Pokémon
- Kommo-o - Dragon/Fighting-type Pokémon
- Passimian - Fighting-type Pokémon
- Oranguru - Normal/Psychic-type Pokémon
Alolan forms are a brand new addition to the series. Alolan forms are Pokémon from previous generations that went through several changes due to the climate of Alola. These changes include the Pokémon's type, height, and weight. So far, they all only seem to be from Generation I.
List of Alolan forms
- Rattata - Dark/Normal-type Pokémon
- Raticate - Dark/Normal-type Pokémon
- Raichu - Electric/Psychic-type Pokémon
- Sandshrew - Ice/Steel-type Pokémon
- Sandslash - Ice/Steel-type Pokémon
- Vulpix - Ice-type Pokémon
- Ninetales - Ice/Fairy-type Pokémon
- Meowth - Dark-type Pokémon
- Persian - Dark-type Pokémon
- Grimer - Poison/Dark-type Pokémon
- Muk - Poison/Dark-type Pokémon
- Exeggutor - Grass/Dragon-type Pokémon
- Marowak - Fire/Ghost-type Pokémon
Little is known about ultra beasts, other than they can be a threat to the humans and Pokémon.
List of ultra beasts
- Ash-Greninja - Water/Dark-type Pokémon
- Zygarde Core
- Zygarde Cell
- Zygarde 10% Forme - Dragon/Ground-type Pokémon
- Zygarde 100% Forme - Dragon/Ground-type Pokémon
- The graphics of this game are no longer chibi. In fact, the characters look taller and more realistic.
- Starting from these games, HMs are turned into Poké Ride.
- The bases that used to appear in battle from previous games are now removed.
- Pokémon can now learn five moves.