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‘Pokemon Sun And Moon’ CoroCoro Leak Reveals Silvadi, Type: Null’s Evolution [VIDEO]

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CoroCoro Comic has given fans a sneak peek at Silvadi as Type: Null's evolution in "Pokemon Sun and Moon."

The Japanese magazine explains that Type: Null destroys its helmet and evolves into Silvadi upon discovering a Trainer that it trusts. Although Silvadi is a Normal-type Pokemon, what sets it apart from the rest of the monsters is a special item, called Memory, that will let it transform into any one of all 18 types at will, Serebii reported.

It is currently uncertain whether it is a single Memory item that can change this, or if there are 18 different ones.

The chosen type reflects in its eyes, mane, and tail, which glow with the color that represents the type. Moreover, it now sports a new move called Multi Attack, which changes type depending on its hold item.

Meanwhile, just a little more than a month away from launching for the 3DS, NintendoLife got an opportunity to get a hands-on look at "Pokemon Sun and Moon."

Owing to their demo of the game, a slew of new screenshots have surfaced online, giving fans another look into the Alola region and its awe-inspiring features.

Based on the site's hands-on experience, it looks like players will be able to sneak around opponent Trainers out in the open regions. In addition, battles will only be triggered by proximity and the speed at which a player is moving. In other words, if a player runs behind a Trainer out of their line of sight, the movement will still grab their attention and the player will be picked up into a trainer battle.

When in a battle, a player will now be able to determine if a move is actually effective against their opponent's Pokemon after landing an attack on that specific monster.

"Pokemon Sun and Moon" will be released on Nov. 18 worldwide and Nov. 23 in Europe for Nintendo 3DS. A "Pokemon Sun and Moon" demo will be available on the eShop on Oct. 18 ,which will give access to Ash-Greninja.

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