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Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary

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Gen 8 Pokemon


Gen 8 Pokemon
: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary

Which of the new Pokemon Gen 8 beginners will you choose?

We probably won't know Genemon's full list of Pokemon until the release of Pokemon Sword and Shield later this year, but we slowly feed on your information. 

There are a number of new Pokemon from Gen 8 that they enjoy right now, including some new galaxy forms, but I'm afraid Yammer is still the best and will remain so forever.

With the duo of new games, we will have a collection of completely new creatures to capture, collect, develop and fall in love with them in general. 
The Galar region, where the games are set up, depends on the UK. 

Does this mean that we will see some regional-style pokemon, as happened with the Alolan area under the Hawaiian theme of Sun and Moon? I can really be behind Pokemon based on red squirrels, writing, Scottish wildcats, hedgehogs, soldiers, bats, otters, and deer. Here is the full list of General Pokémon who comes to Pokemon Seif and Shield Pokédex.

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary
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Grookey

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Type: Grass

The first to start Pokemon Gen 8 is Grooky, a Grass Pokemon. Described as a mischievous chimpanzee and this "filling limitless curiosity". 

Although we can only guess at his toolkit right now, given the way she wields the stick in her hair, we imagine that it will somehow share.

Develops to: Unknown> Unknown

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary
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Scorbunny

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Type: Fire

Scorbunny is a fire rabbit, what more do you need to know correctly? It leaves a fire in its tracks, and judging by all the pandas, we can look at the hazy, focused on the melee, which is lit here.

Develops to: Unknown> Unknown

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary
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Sobble

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Type: Waterproof

The Internet has already fallen in love with Sobble, but if you are still not sure about this novice type of water, then you need to know that it is indeed a watery magician. 

Adorbs, right? Also, it can turn invisible in water. It must be useful right?

Develops to: Unknown> Unknown

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary
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Gossifleur

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Type: Grass

Gossifleur is a new type of herb-shaped pokemon, which is able to move with the wind, preferably land with fresh water and air. Pollen has a healing effect, and its flight direction can be controlled by twisting its petals and body. Attractive!

Develops to: Eldegoss

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary
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Eldegoss

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Type: Grass

Evolution of Gossifleur, Eldegoss is all about Afro fluff. 
Cotton fluff protects it from enemies and actually works as a pillow too. In addition, its seeds are very nutritious. Can I have one of these little guys?

Develops to: Unknown

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary
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Wooloo

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Type: Standard

I can't get over cute this little sheep Pokemon
Everyone meets Wooloo, perhaps the most beautiful little fluff ball of all time. 

It is basically a small sheep used to make wool and carpets and live as a herd. They mimic the work of their coaches too.

Develops to: Unknown

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary
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Corviknight

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Type: Flying / Steel

Known as the "Lord of Heaven", the very English-speaking Raven Pokemon is known as Corviknight, already provides taxi services to places you've already visited in the Galar area.

Develops to: Unknown

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary
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Drednaw

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Type: Water / Rock

The draw is a Pokemon bite that looks like a cross between turtles and dinosaurs. Like a turtle, it has powerful jaws, capable of biting through iron and rocks. 

It's very evil, so the coaches who want to tame one of them will have a fight on their hands.

Develops to: Unknown

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary
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Alcremie

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Genre: Fairy

A literal creamy pokemon, supplemented by strawberry ears, alkrimi produces things and becomes happier. Desserts are made using cream and become an idol for pastry chefs around the world. 

It has an incredibly powerful calming effect, and in battle, any competitor trying to eat the cream will quickly lose his will to battle. Anyone zombie food?

Develops to: Unknown

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary
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Yamper

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Type: Electric

Yamper takes Wooloo head-on to head for the cute 8 generation Pokemon title, just because of that! It's the Corgi Electric! With a large yellow scarf! Yamper is the best dog in the world and no one can tell me otherwise.

Develops to: Unknown

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary

Impidimp

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Genre: Psychic / Dark?

This little trifle seems like a mischievous villain, although we are not sure of its kind. Purple means psychic/dark and looks somewhat similar to Sableye. 

Both Impidimp and Yamper were discovered in the E3 2019 showroom only, so there is no official word from Nintendo unfortunately.

Develops to: Unknown

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary
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Rolycoly

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Type: Steel / Dragon

Duraludon looks like one of the late Pokemon game that can only be found in a place like Victory Road, making you think it is great and useful for Elite Four, but it turned out to be somewhat useless. 

If Duraludon has a twist though we think it will look like an absolute monster, right now, Duraludon is one of those pokemon who everyone forgets to even run into one in the wild by accident.

Develops to: Unknown

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary
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Duraludon

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Type: Steel / Dragon

Duraludon looks like one of the latest Pokemon game that can only be found in a place like Victory Road, making you think it is great and useful for Elite Four, but it turned out to be somewhat useless. 

If Duraludon has a twist though we think it will look like an absolute monster, right now, Duraludon is one of those pokemon who everyone forgets to even run into one in the wild by accident.

Develops to: Unknown

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary
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Obstagoon

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Type: Dark / Normal

Obstagoon specifically develops from Galarian Linoone and looks more threatening, as his arms crossed as a nightclub guard. 

In 5'3 ", it is almost as tall as most humans, and is described as" heavy fighting "and will mock an opponent, and push him to attack." You will definitely not want to walk next to Obstagoon in the Dark Alley.

Develops from: Galarian Linoone
Develops to: None

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary
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Morpeko

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Type: Electric / Dark

Morpeko is Pikachu ... No, Dedenne ... No, sorry, Mimikyu ... Wait, is there another Pokémon in the same style? The difference this time is that Morpeko is a "two-sided pokemon" with Hunger Switch capability, which flips between Full Belly mode electric mode and Hangry mode, Dark-type. 

Hunger Switch will also change the type of its movements, including Aura Wheel, a signature movement.

Develops from: Unknown
Develops to: Unknown

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary
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Galarian Weezing

Pokedex Number: 110

Genre: Poison / Fairy

Galatian Weezing is a new regional form of Weezing, the first-generation poison gas Pokemon

Obviously, it adopts the Gallar area - which relies on the UK - by wearing two large, large caps that act as chimneys with smoke rising from the top. 

This smoke seems to be very clean indeed because the chimney works as a disinfection process ... elegant!

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary
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Galarian Zigzagoon & Galarian Linoone

Pokedex Number: 263 & 264
Type: Dark / Normal

I have already seen Obstagoon, but I met with Galarian Zigzagoon and Linoone, the basic developments and the first stage of the family. 

Galatian Zigzagoon is assumed to be the "oldest branch of this species", which means that the zigzag movements of other Zigzagoon regions come from the turbulent nature of this species. 

On the other hand, Linoone is "common among unhappy and angry youth", so expect to see it fun outside your local corner store playing dubstep from a mobile phone.

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary

Gen 8 legendary: Zacian and Zamazenta

If I knew the legendary Gen 8 would be a giant dojo, one carrying a sword and the other with a face shield, I would have lost my back on my return. 

Little is known about the pair at the moment as they are mysterious, but you can bet that they will be great.

Of course, there are already some predefined Gen 8 pokemon that we already know about. 

However, there are concerns about where Meltan and Melmetal sit. National figures indicate that they are Pokemon 808 and 809 respectively, while Grookey of Gen 8 starts at 810, but may play a good role in Gen 8 Pokemon and Sword/Shield in general. The following are their statistics only if:

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary

Meltan

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Type: Steel

Originally featured in Pokemon Go, then you can transfer them to Pokemon Let's Go via the magic of a special box. But no doubt you'll see that they appear in Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield at some point.

Gen 8 Pokemon: All creatures revealed so far, including three beginners and legendary

Melmetal

Pokedex Number: Unknown
Type: Steel

Meltan's evolution is also a development that began to live in the same way that his little brother Hex Nut started, but again, he may appear in Pokemon Shield and Sword

Will Pokémon be legendary here too?

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