Although I was hesitant to write this post, I decided I would do it anyway. With Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon out for a few weeks now, I thought I'd take the time to come up with what the best team for those games would be. So, let's start. Although last game I said the … Continue reading Best Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon Team
Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon came out on Friday, and I think it's time that I explain the differences between them and Sun and Moon: Four new Pokemon. They are all Ultra Beasts. Stakataka is a Rock/Steel type, and is an exclusive to Ultra Moon. Blacephalon is a Fire/Ghost type, and is an exclusive to … Continue reading Sun and Moon vs Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon: What are the differences?
Mimikyu, the Disguise Pokemon, is a new Pokemon released in Sun and Moon. It was another "Pikachu" for the generation, the other being Togedemaru. It is a Ghost/Fairy type, which is unique. This means it has 3 immunities, and is only weak to Steel and Ghost. Although it would seem like Aegislash would be a … Continue reading Mimikyu Strategies
Generation 1 has a unique aspect in that it is the only generation that had introduced three fossil Pokemon instead of the normal two that Generation 3, 4, 5, and 6 introduced. In addition, that third fossil Pokemon is the only one that does not evolve but has a mega. The Pokemon I am talking … Continue reading Sun and Moon: Aerodactyl
Cubone, the Lonely Pokemon, is a Pokemon introduced into Gen 1. It is a pure Ground type, and stays that way when it evolves into Marowak, the Bone Keeper Pokemon. However, Sun and Moon introduced an Alolan form for Marowak, giving it a Ghost/Fire typing. This makes Cubone the only Pokemon to completely change types … Continue reading Marowak vs Alolan Marowak
Trapinch, the Ant Pit Pokemon, was a Ground type introduced in Generation 3. Its evolution, Vibrava, the Vibration Pokemon, as well as its evolution, Flygon, the Mystic Pokemon, became the first Dragon/Ground type Pokemon. However, the typing didn't stay unique, as the Gible line was released in the next generation, and they are all Dragon/Ground … Continue reading Pokemon Sun and Moon: Flygon
Turtonator, the Blast Turtle Pokemon, is a Fire/Dragon type introduced in Gen 7. It is a Sun exclusive, and it can be found on Blush Mountain between level 27 and 30. The ones that are level 27 or 28 will know Iron Defense, Flail, Endure, and Incinerate. The ones that are level 29 or 30 … Continue reading How to Hunt: Turtonator/Drampa