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Pokemon Sun and Moon Starter Pokemon Look Playful in New Artwork
Pokemon Sun and Moon Starter Pokemon include Grass- and Flying-type Pokémon Rowlet, Fire-type Litten, and Water-type Popplio. Nintendo has released new artwork showing abilities of all three.
We have Rowlet, who is an owl like creature and can turn its head from front to back 180 degrees to navigate the map. It uses powerful kicks and can attack from afar using powerful leafs that also form parts of its feathers.
Cute, isn’t it?
Pokemon Sun and Moon’s rowlet is categorized under Grass Quill Pokemon. Its height is 1’00” with 3.3lbs weight and turns its head toward the trainer during battle for instructions.
We then have Litten, a Pokemon that is described as a clam and cool-headed beast. However, it can cause some serious damage to its opponents as it spits fireballs which it creates using fur balls made from its skin that is covered in flammable oils. Litten licks the skin to create a fur ball and then spits it out.
Cute but dangerous.
Last but not the least, we have Popolio an acrobatic Sea Lion Pokémon for Pokemon Sun and Moon trainers. It can create water balloons using its cute little nose and then utilize these balloons in different Pokemon Sun and MOON gameplay scenarios. It can go up to 25mph in water.
Pokemon Sun and Moon takes us to a new region, Alola.
Alola region seems to be inspired from the tropics of Hawaii, featuring palm trees, greenery, plenty of seal perfect for Pokemon Popolio.
On a related note, we just found out that Nintendo is adding proper black trainers to Pokemon Sun and Moon character customization. You can also see a trailer breakdown of Pokemon Sun and Moon for 3DS.
So what do you think of Pokemon Sun and Moon starter Pokemon?