By Andrew Dodson on August 9, 2016 at 4:08am
A new issue of the Japanese magazine "CoroCoro" has revealed more new Pokemon that are set to appear in Sun/Moon, set to be released later this year.
In this image, starting at the top, we have a smaller sandcastle-looking Pokemon called Sunabaa, which evolves into the larger form, Shirodesuna. Both these Pokemon are Ghost/Ground-types. Underneath, we meet two Normal/Fighting Pokemon - the smaller bear Nuikoguma which evolves into Bewear.
The new fish Pokemon here is Yowashi, which is obviously a Water-type. It has the ability to change from it's normal form into a much larger "School-form." We aren't sure how this mechanic will play out in the actual game or if the school-form version of Yowashi is actually just an evolution and not something that it can freely switch back and forth from.
The magazine also revealed two more Alolan forms of 1st generation Pokemon - Meowth and Marawak. The Alolan Meowth has changed from a Normal-type to a Dark-type, and according to the text, was bred into being the royal family of Alola. The Alolan Marawak is a Fire/Ghost type and developed as a response to it's natural predators.
"Pokemon Sun & Moon" are set for release on November 18th of this year. We'll keep you informed of any new revealed Pokemon!