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'Pokemon Sun and Moon' Update: How to Catch Marshadow; TV Series Premieres May 12 [VIDEO]

"Pokemon Sun and Moon" finally has its own TV series in English and it premieres May 12 in the US. Marshadow - the mythical Pokemon - will reportedly be part of the update in the video game. 

"Pokemon Sun and Moon" latest update also confirms that Marshadow is revealed and the mythical Pokemon has been highly anticipated since last year. In a video teaser, the creature appears in gray color, plus, details on how it would be uneasy to capture the monster.

Marshadow Revealed

The normal gameplay will not able to catch Marshadow and it remains a mystery until more information is provided. As of today, Trainers might have to patiently waiting for a new update on the mysterious Pokemon. A few reports have learned that the creature might be part of the Mystery Gift distribution instead.

More Details of Ho-Oh Distribution

In addition to that, more details of Ho-Oh distribution have been revealed by an online publication. The serial code will be published on July 15 as it coincides with "Pokemon The Movie". Marshadow will feature in the 20th anniversary film as the creature will meet face to face with Pikachu and Ash, Nintendo Insider reported.

"Pokemon Sun and Moon" English-Language TV Series Airs Soon

"Pokemon Sun and Moon" fans are getting more excited as this month consists of a lot of updates of the game. Starting off with the English language TV series that will air May 12 in the US - the timeslot is set and the first two episodes will premiere at 9 pm whilst the third episode will air May 13, Polygon reported.

April International Challenge

Meanwhile, Trainers who participate in 2017's April International Challenge will get Mega Stones. The three rare items can boost power to help Pokemons evolve faster. The registration has already begun since April 19 and it will end on April 27. The challenge will start from April 28 to 30.

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