More ‘Sun and Moon’ Pokémon Revealed; Meet Tapu Koko, Charjabug, Vikavolt, Drampa, Bruxish, Cutiefly, Zygarde [Trailer]
The Pokémon Company has revealed seven new pocket monsters that will be included in the upcoming Sun and Moon games. Nintendo also shared a new Pokémon Sun and Moon trailer video showing each new monster in action.Advertisement
Their names are Togedemaru, Vikavolt, Charjabug, Tapu Koko, Cutiefly, Drampa and Bruxish. All are expected to be playable characters in both Pokémon Sun and Moon. The role-playing video games will be released worldwide on Nintendo 3DS in November 2016.
Togedemaru is an Electric/Steel-type mouse, who IGN described as a mixture between Pikachu and Togepi. Don’t be fooled by Togedemaru’s cuteness. The steel mouse is capable of launching devastating Electric attacks.
Still on the subject of electricity, Vikavolt and Charjabug are both Bug/Electric-type insects. Vikavolt is a beetle with a crocodile snout, while Charjabug resembles a loaf of bread with two horns.
Tapu Koko is an Electric/Fairy-type bug, which looks like a mosquito with feathers. Meanwhile, Cutiefly is a Bug/Fairy-type creature that’s a fusion of a mosquito and a hummingbird. These diminutive monsters will once again prove that the smallest isn’t necessarily the weakest in the world of Pokémon.
Following the insects is Drampa, the first-ever Normal/Dragon-type creature. Polygon likened Drampa to that imaginary friend we all had as kids. Drampa has the Frenzy ability, allowing it to increase its stats, when in low health, and the fatal Dragon Breath attack.
Bruxish is a Water/Psychic-type fish with the ability to dazzle its opponents into submission. There aren’t many creatures like Bruxish in the world of Pokémon. There were only four Water/Psychic-type monsters before Bruxish came along, as per Nerdist.
You can check out the new reveal trailer here. According to Game Rant, the last part of video showed Zygarde in its new forms. Zygarde can be seen reaching its Complete Forme before finishing off Dragonite with the Core Enforcer attack.