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The Pokemon Company International and Nintendo have officially announced a major milestone in the Pokemon world—the discovery of over one thousand Pokemon across all titles. To mark this occasion, they have revealed a new Pokemon called Gholdengo, which evolves from Chest Form Gimmighoul or Roaming Form Gimmighoul in the Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet video games.

But that’s not all—the announcement also brings more exciting details about the Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet games, which are currently available exclusively on the Nintendo Switch system. Let’s dive into the fascinating world of Pokemon and discover the amazing creatures that await us!

Introducing Gholdengo

Gholdengo is the highlight of the recent Pokemon discovery. This lively and cheerful Pokemon is known for its unique body made of a thousand coins. Interestingly, Gholdengo has the ability to control the coins that form its body and even utilize them as weapons during battles. The densely packed coins make Gholdengo highly durable, and it can launch coin-based attacks from any part of its body.

Name: Gholdengo

Category: Coin Entity Pokemon

Type: Steel/Ghost

Height: 3’11” (1.2 m)

Weight: 66.1 lbs. (30 kg)

Ability: Good as Gold

Mysterious Pokemon Discovered in the Great Crater of Paldea

The Paldea region boasts an intriguing location known as the Great Crater of Paldea. Within this crater lies an enigmatic place called Area Zero, which is home to rare and mysterious Pokemon seldom seen elsewhere.

Introducing Roaring Moon

An article from a paranormal magazine mentions a Pokemon known as Roaring Moon, which shares a resemblance to Salamence but has undergone certain phenomena that occur in other parts of the world. According to the article, this savage creature scatters feathers as it soars through the skies at high speeds in search of prey.

Name: Roaring Moon

Category: Paradox Pokemon

Type: Dragon/Dark

Height: 6’7″ (2 m)

Weight: 837.8 lbs. (380 kg)

Introducing Scream Tail

Reports have emerged stating that Scream Tail has been sighted in the dense forests of Paldea. This peculiar Pokemon bears resemblance to Jigglypuff in its adorable puffball appearance, but don’t be fooled—its aggressive nature leads it to attack anyone who dares approach it. Some rumors suggest that Scream Tail represents what Jigglypuff may have looked like billions of years ago.

Name: Scream Tail

Category: Paradox Pokemon

Type: Fairy/Psychic

Height: 3’11” (1.2 m)

Weight: 17.6 lbs. (8 kg)

Introducing Great Tusk

Great Tusk is described as a Pokemon with an aggressive temperament, gigantic tusks, and tough scales. Some theories suggest that it may be a living relic from the dinosaur era, having survived through the ages. While the truth remains uncertain, Great Tusk continues to captivate researchers and Trainers alike.

Name: Great Tusk

Category: Paradox Pokemon

Type: Ground/Fighting

Height: 7’3″ (2.2 m)

Weight: 705.5 lbs. (320 kg)

Introducing Iron Valiant

An article found in a suspicious magazine introduces Iron Valiant, a Pokemon believed to be the result of a mad scientist’s attempt to create the most powerful psychic Pokemon. Resembling a combination of Gardevoir and Gallade, Iron Valiant possesses a brilliantly shining blade and is known for its cruel nature—promptly dispatching anyone who dares to confront it.

Name: Iron Valiant

Category: Paradox Pokemon

Type: Fairy/Fighting

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