‘Ultra Sun’ and ‘Ultra Moon’ Review Copies Out, Some Spoilers! By: Water Pokémon Master Posted 12 months ago to Games 76 comments Review copies of Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are out! Naturally, reviewers have posted info across social media. It appears the games feature additional Ultra Beasts (or possibly Mythical Pokemon). One appears to be an evolution of UB Adhesive, which would make it the first evolving Ultra Beast outside Cosmog’s line. The TCG earlier implied there would be new Ultra Beasts, plus it makes sense some reveals would be saved for release. Updates: New info since this post was initially made… Pokemon Updates: There are no new Alolan Pokemon. Ultra Necrozma is Necrozma’s third “light” form, a Psychic/Dragon type, as seen above between Dawn Wings and Dusk Mane Necrozma. Its Attack and Special Attack stats are in the top 10 of all Pokemon and its base stat total is above Arceus. #803 Poipole (UB Adhesive) evolves into #804 Naganadel via level-up with Dragon Pulse, changing from pure Poison to Poison/Dragon. Naganadel is a fast special attacker. Both are the Poison Pin Pokemon. #805 Stakataka (UB Assembly) is the Rampart Pokemon. (“Stakataka” = “Stack” and “attacker.”) #806 Blacephalon (UB Burst) is the Fireworks Pokemon. (“Blacephalon” = “Blast” and “cephalic,” a term for anything related to a head.) #807 Zeraora is a new Mythical Pokemon. It’s pure Electric, speedy, and offensive. It has 600 BST. Attack and Ability Updates: Plasma Fists is a new attack. The user attacks with electrically charged fists. This move changes Normal-type moves to Electric-type moves. It’s probably Zeraora’s signature move. Mimikyu’s new Z-Move is Let’s Snuggle Forever. It’s a physical Fairy move and does 190 damage. Mimikyu punches the target at full force. The new Z-Crystals are Solganium Z, Lunalium Z, Ultranecrozium Z, Mimikium Z, Lycanium Z, and Kommonium Z. Neuroforce is a new Ability that powers up moves that are super effective. Story Spoilers and Other Info: Team Rainbow Rocket wants to rule the different worlds by building an army of Ultra Beasts. Hau is the Champion instead of Kukui. The Elite Four members are Hala, Olivia, Acerola, and Molayne. The Kahunas are the same. The trials are the same but there’s a new Fairy Trial for Mina and another unknown one. Marowak, Araquanid, Togedemaru, and Ribombee are new Totem Pokemon. You can get Surfing Pikachu in the game (or rather, a Pikachu that knows Surf) if you get the top rank at all four Surf Spots. Ash appears in the coding, although his involvement/capacity in the final game is currently unknown. There doesn’t appear to be a shiny lock on Pokemon available from the Ultra Wormholes, so you should be able to catch all the Legendary Pokemon and Ultra Beasts as shiny Pokemon. Solgaleo, Lunala, Necrozma, and the Tapus are still shiny locked. Poipole is an in-game gift. At the beginning of the games, you can directly leave your house and walk around instead of Professor Kukui talking to you endlessly (so less spoon-feeding by Gamefreak and improved story pacing). There’s a new patch of grass on Route 1 where you get your Starter Pokemon. The Ultra Recon Squad is involved early in the story. Lillie appears to be determined in the game’s first cut scenes versus frightful in the originals (implying a stronger personality). On the bridge where Nebby is trapped, Lillie heals your Pokemon and you also battle one of the Spearow trapping Nebby. There’s been graphical, cinematic, color, and lighting changes, making the games look noticeably more polished than before. The sprites and some of the updates above come from Twitter users @Demonslayerx8, @Kaphotics, and @SciresM.