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Today's Nintendo 3DS Direct had a short snippet of Sun and Moon info, and revealed two tidbits of information: Alolan Rattata, and Pokémon-specific Z-Moves. Info has also been revealed about the first distribution for Pokémon Sun and Moon, which will go live at launch. Click through to see the new reveals...
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The latest Pokémon Mystery Gift event featuring a legendary Pokémon has now gone live in Europe, Australia and the US. This event allows Pokémon trainers to get their hands on a Victini for Pokémon X, Pokémon Y, Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire. The details are as follows:

Name: Victini
Nature: Random
Level: 100
Ability: Victory Star
Held Item: None
Moves: Incinerate, Quick Attack, Endure, Confusion.​

The event is running now until the 24th of September, so make sure to download Victini while you can!
This is advance warning that we will be taking Pokécharms offline on Monday, August 29th at 9:00am BST (click this link to convert it to your local timezone) for approximately two hours, in order to make improvements and upgrades.

This time, we're not improving just one aspect of the site – we're introducing some major changes centred around a brand new look for Pokécharms. Click through to read more...
After three long and gruelling days of Pokémon battling, the 2016 Pokémon World Championships wrapped up yesterday afternoon in San Francisco - or earlier this morning depending on your timezone.
While the Pokkén Tournament finals were settled on Saturday, and its victors sadly missing during the Worlds closing ceremonies, our TCG and VGC finals were held on Sunday. Trophies were presented to our TCG and VGC winners during the closing ceremonies by Game Freak's Junichi Masuda and the Pokemon Company's president/CEO, Tsunekazu Ishihara. Congratulations to all of our new champions and to the rest of the players who took part in this year's Pokémon World Championships, and an especially big congrats to our first ever Pokkén Tournament World Champions!
Good news for Pokémon trainers in the UK today as two distributions for Pokémon X, Pokémon Y, Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire are currently live.

First up you have a chance to get your hands on a shiny Yveltal by going to your local Smyths toy shop, who are providing codes for the legendary bird. This ongoing event runs until the 15th of September, so make sure to pick one up quickly - especially as codes are in a limited supply. The details of Yveltal are as follows:

Name: Yveltal
Nature: Random
Level: 100
Ability: Dark Aura
Held Item: None
Moves: Oblivion Wing, Sucker Punch, Dark Pulse, Foul Play​
The opening event for the Pokemon Worlds tournament has taken place in San Francisco today (and don't worry that you weren't able to watch it live - neither was anyone else). In it there was some news about the TCG and the announcement of 4 new Pokemon - 3 of which we're seeing outside of Japan for the first time and one of which is brand new to everyone.
Today at the Gamescom 2016 event in Germany, a whole new Pokémon has been revealed - say hello to the Blast Turtle Pokémon, Turtonator!
Following yesterday's official reveal of new Pokemon, new Alolan forms and Team Skull, the Japanese Pokemon Site added, along with the details of the newly revealed Pokemon, seemingly entirely random pages featuring both Aragonite and Zubat, then sent out this cryptic tweet:

The text effectively translates to 'Dragonite and Zubat arrive in Sun and Moon! Stay tuned to learn more about these familliar Pokemon!", and neither the twitter account nor the official site goes into any more detail on why they've suddenly given prominence to these Pokemon in relation to Sun and Moon.​
Official channels have released another video containing some new information. Most of it is things that we have already seen in the Corocoro leak - but some of it is brand new.

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Yowashi, revealed through the Corocoro leak, has been given the English name Wishiwashi and the classification of the Small Fry Pokémon. It is indeed quite small and frail - but under certain conditions, its Schooling ability allows it to transform into its School Form when it is sent out - which presumably makes it much more powerful and not just larger. The exact conditions have not yet been revealed - though according to the trailer, a certain Level is required. A Japanese trailer seems to also suggest that when A Wishiwashi school is hit - or at least dropped down beyond a certain HP value, the school dissipates and leaves the Solo Form...
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This month's edition of CoroCoro has leaked and brought with it the reveal of some new Pokémon and new Alola Forms for existing Pokémon. Thanks to this issue we've also learnt about Team Skull, who are the evil team that you must defeat in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon.

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First up for new Pokémon we have Yowashi, who is a new Water Pokémon that has two different forms. The first form is known as its solo form, while it also has a swarm form where its appearance changes to that of a big fish.

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Next up we have Nuikoguma, who is the pre-evolved form of Bewear. Nuikoguma is a Normal / Fighting Pokémon.

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Finally for new Pokémon we have Sunabā and Shirodesuna. Both Pokémon are Ghost / Ground types and look like sand castles of sorts....