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A new Ghost-type Pokemon named Greavard was revealed in a pair of videos on the official Pokemon YouTube channel.

The following information comes directly from the press release for Greavard!
Normally, Greavard barely moves, resting peacefully underground. It pokes the topmost part of its head above ground and lights an eerie glow at its tip, then waits for someone to approach. When a person draws near, Greavard jumps out of the ground while letting out a spooky cry that would startle most unsuspecting people—though it doesn’t appear to do this with ill intent.
Greavard has such a friendly and affectionate personality that paying it even the slightest bit of attention will make it so overjoyed that it will follow Trainers wherever they go. Of all the Pokémon residing in the Paldea region, it is known to be...

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It's interesting how Lick is a Ghost-type move, but became sort of synonymous with the Gengar line (thinking about Haunter using Lick on Charmander in the original anime intro). Glad to see the move presumably regain relevance.

If it evolves once, I probably won't bother adding it to my team. If there's a second evolution, you know it's going to be absolutely amazing.
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