'Pokemon Sun and Moon' news: Another legendary Pokemon trademarked?


“Pokemon Go” will be made available soon as a downloadable app for fans of the Pokemon franchise, but players are also enthusiastic for the other Pokemon titles that are slated to be released this year, “Pokemon Sun” and “Pokemon Moon.”

It was reported by BidnessEtc that a new Pokemon has been trademarked by Game Freak, the developers of the hit franchise. Five Pokemons were already trademarked by the company – three of which are starter Pokemons. “Nyabby,” “Ashimari,” and “Mokuroah.”

The other two rumored legendary Pokemons are named, “Solgaleo” and “Lunaala.” The two legendary Pokemons may appear on the box art of the two new versions of the franchise.

The new legendary that has been newly trademarked will be “Marshadow.” There are speculations that the type of the new legendary may be ghost or dark. Also, “Marshadow” may also be an Eclipse Pokemon since it will also be in line with the theme of the new versions of the games which are Sun and Moon.

In the past versions of the franchises, three legendary Pokemons were already featured. It started with “Pokemon Ruby” and “Pokemon Sapphire” where the three legendary Pokemons were Groudon, Kyogre, and Rayquaza. It also happened in the most recent version, “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y,” where they featured Xerneas, Yveltal, and Zygarde.

It was also rumored that the new versions may include two regions or possibly more. The only version which had two regions was “Pokemon Gold” and “Pokemon Silver.” Aside from that, a Pokemon translator may also be in the works, so players can know what a Pokemon is saying.

“Pokemon Sun” and “Pokemon Moon” will be released on the Nintendo 3DS during the holiday season of 2016.