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What Pokémon Can You Catch in ‘Pokémon Sun & Moon’? Check Out the Alola PokeDex Leak Right Here!

Pokemon Sun & Moon leaked info

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The Aloha PokeDex has officially been leaked, making 4chan a treasure trove of leaking wonders! Pokémon is back at it again with their latest Pokémon Sun & Moon, which will hit stores this November 18 on the Nintendo 3DS, but many of you have already downloaded the demo and are chomping at the bit for the latest news; you gotta catch ’em all, but first you’ll need to know some more!

The Alola PokeDex starts off with Caterpie and all of its evolved forms. However, Caterpie isn’t a starter character; the starter (brand new) characters are Rowlet, Datrix, and Litten (whose evolved forms are also revealed in this leak).

This leaked Pokedex also includes Johto (30), Hoenn (33), Sinnoh (29), Unova (28), Kalos (14), and Kanto (40). The image below is just a small sample of the many Pokémon who will be in the next game. Look down at the gallery to see the complete leaked roster of every Pokémon for the game (that we now know of).

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But back to the forums of these anonymous 4chan hackers… Images of many new Pokémon are popping up on the scene, including some of the evolved Alohan Pokémon, such as Alola Geodude, Alola Golem, Alola Graveler, and Alola Persian.

You can see each Alohan Pokémon individually. Or you can look down below at the gallery for a moment for a rundown of these leaked Pokémon:

All this leaked info comes fresh from the day that the Pokémon Sun & Moon demo was released by Nintendo 3DS eShop. This demo used up the most GB space of any Nintendo 3DS demo, taking up 3.2 GB of free space, in comparison. to Super Smash Bros., which took up the most GB space up until to this point using only 2.1 GB free space. Serebii’s Joe Merrick can back me up on this one!

Pokémon Sun & Moon‘s demo will also evolve and include brand new features available to the Pokémon gaming audience on select dates. Find out the full story right here.

That’s enough chit-chat for now! Look away from the computer screen, download the demo (if you haven’t already) because it’s time to catch some Pokémon!

And remember Pokémon fanatics: Pokémon Sun & Moon comes out in the US on November 18. Pre-order it here.

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