Pokémon the Series: XYZ concluded Ash’s Kalos adventure with a well deserved trip back to his home in Pallet Town. After all of the chaos that Team Flare caused in the Kalos region, I’m sure Ash could use some R&R. Little did he know that a tropical vacation was in the near future!
Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon features Ash learning the Alolan customs while living on Melemele Island in the Alola region. Ash has always had a knack for making friends where ever he goes; nothing can isolate him! With the help of his new pals, Ash discovers how exciting his newly chosen lifestyle can be.
According to Pokemon.com, this will be the 20th season of the Pokémon cartoon. The site also notes that episodes of Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon will be aired on DisneyXD, switching from longtime host Cartoon Network. This Friday, May the 12th, Sun & Moon will debut in the United States on the DisneyXD channel. Can’t wait? Catch the first two episodes now on Watchdisneyxd.go.com! Restriction apply.
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This month, Trainers have an excellent opportunity to acquire three new Mega Stones for their Pokémon in Pokémon Sun and Moon. For the first time, we will be able to Mega Evolve our Abomasnow, Manectric and Tyranitar!
From May 17th to May 25th Trainers may register to compete in this month’s 2017 International Challenge May Online Competition. Battles will begin May 26th and last through May 28th. This will be a double battle competition that restricts Trainers to use only their Pokémon from the Alola region. Other rules and restrictions apply. Head over to Pokémon Global Link for more details.
Mega Evolution does have its own advantages and disadvantages in battle, so naturally it doesn’t fit in with everyone’s strategies. However, these stones are only available when competing in this event. Don’t miss out on this chance to add more content to your collection!
Pokemon XG: Next Gen has been released and is the world's first ever Pokemon XD:GoD hack!
For more details and download link: Pokemon XG Main Thread
- Physical/Special Split
- Gen VI type matchup chart including fairy type
- New set of shadow pokemon and other obtainable pokemon
- Moves and abilities from later generations
- More challenging opponents