Four new Pokémon were revealed on Pokémon's Youtube channel this morning: Wimpod, Bounsweet, Comfey, and Mudsdale!
Wimpod, the Turn Tail Pokémon, is a Bug/Water-type. It has an ability known as Wimp Out that will cause Wimpod to either run away or switch out when its health drops below half. When threatened, Wimpod spits a poisonous gas.
Bounsweet, the Fruit Pokémon, is a Grass-type. It can come with either the Oblivious or Leaf Guard ability. This Pokémon's scent is known to have a calming effect on those around it.
Comfey, the Posy Picker Pokémon, is a Fairy-type. It can come with the Flower Veil or Triage ability. With Triage, Comfey's restorative moves are of the highest priority in battle. Comfey throws flowers at its attackers before fleeing or retaliating.
Mudsdale, the Draft Horse Pokémon, is a Ground-type with very powerful hooves. It can come with the Own Tempo or Stamina ability. Stamina raises Mudsdale's defense by one stage when it is hit with an attack. This Pokémon is able to destroy vehicles with one kick!
Mimikkyu and Kiteruguma, shown above, have received their English names: Mimikyu and Bewear, respectively.
Mimikyu has the Disguise ability, which enables it to escape damage once before changing its appearance. Bewear may come with the new ability Fluffy, which allows it to take half damage from direct attacks, but twice as much damage from Fire-type attacks.
Bring out the most in your Pokémon with Hyper Training! Level 100 Pokémon may engage in a new activity known as Hyper Training with a man named Mr. Hyper. Bring him Bottle Caps and he'll improve your Pokémon's stats!
When Magearna is distributed, it will be holding one of these items.
Host Friendly Competitions on Pokémon Global Link
Once Pokémon Sun and Moon are released, PGL services for X, Y, Omega Ruby, and Alpha Sapphire will end in favor of working with the new titles instead.
With this new service, you will be able to host games on the PGL: Set your own regulations, choose your competition style, and gather your friends for some serious fun! If you are in the same area as other players, Live Competitions may also be hosted. Once the regulations for a Live Competition are made, a QR code will be generated for other players to scan.
What do you think about the new Pokémon, Hyper Training, and the upcoming Global Link services?
Four challenges — plus a competitive stage — have appeared on Pokémon Shuffle and Pokémon Shuffle Mobile.
Palkia — Great Challenge (The Paralyze and Sleep Charm skills are recommended)
The Legendary Pokémon Palkia has appeared and will remain until August 2nd. Can you defeat this powerful Water-type in 25 moves?
Once captured, it may drop a Palkia Skill Booster upon defeat. Try challenging it again!
Rhyperior — Great Challenge (Whimsicott is recommended)
Rhyperior has dug its way center-stage and will be around to challenge until August 2nd. Bring some powerful allies — and perhaps an Attack Power ↑— to challenge it.
Landorus — Great Challenge (Mega Glalie is recommended)
The Ground-type Landorus is back and ready for challengers. It will remain until July 26th.
Once captured, Landorus may drop a Landorus Therian Forme Skill Booster upon defeat.
Bellossom — Great Challenge (Combusken and Charizard are recommended)
Bellossom is back and ready to shake it! Will you be able to best it in a 20-move dance-off? Bring some Fire-types! Bellossom will depart on July 26th.
Once captured, Bellossom may drop a Bellossom Skill Booster upon defeat.
Mega Manectric — Competitive Stage
Mega Manectric has arrived! This competitive stage will last until July 26th and will once again be in a limited-move format. Try to get as many points as you can in 18 turns by making a move within four seconds of your last.
Your score determines the prize(s) you receive. Refer to the table down below for the prizes based on region. Note that if you already have a Manectite, you will receive a Level Up instead.
Today, we come bearing quite a bit of news! Read on by pressing the Read More button (if you're on the front page) to view information on the following: ✧ Pokémon GO has become available in more countries! ✧ Shiny Yveltal event at participating Smyths Toys locations in the United Kingdom ✧ Pokémon Sun and Moon pre-order bonuses for the United Kingdom, Spain, and Japan ✧ Japanese Pokémon Sun and Moon strategy guides ✧ Pokémon TCG: Red & Blue Collection — Venusaur-EX and a Lugia and Ho-Oh BREAK Evolution box ✧ A teaser for the 20th Pokémon movie
Darkrai is Coming to the Arcade version of Pokkén Tournament
In the newest update of the Japanese Arcade version of Pokkén Tournament, scheduled for release on July 20th, Darkrai will be officially made available as a playable Pokémon, alongside Braixen, Garchomp, and Shadow Mewtwo. Many of the Wii U version stages will also be made available on this date.
Along with this, a new mode called Mission Panel will be added. This mode is where you achieve certain mission objectives within a period of time to unlock various boosts and updates. Additional clothing items have also been added.
Sun and Moon 3DS Themes Announced for New 3DS Bundles
Two new themes have been announced for the New Nintendo 3DS bundles for Japan. The first features the version mascots, Solgaleo and Lunala, while the second theme features Pikachu. It is currently unknown as to whether or not these themes will be released outside these console bundles.