Pokemon Sun and Moon are the two upcoming games set o be released on November 2016 worldwide. It is expected that after the ongoing Pokemon XYZ Series Ash will travel to the Alola region as his dream continues. The series is expected to start from late August in Japan and from October in USA. This series will unfold new secrets about Pokemon's Mega Evolutions from Kanto to Kalos region.

Not much detail is released about the Alola region. Alola region consists of 4 Islands. 3 being natural and 1 artificial so Ash will be traveling to the seas in the series most time. Some Pics have been released from the game Pokemon Sun and Moon Alola Region-


Pokémon Sun  and Pokémon Moon (Japanese: ポケットモンスタームーンPocket Monsters Moon) are the primary paired versions of Generation VII and are set in the Alola region. The games will be released on theNintendo 3DS.
The games were announced worldwide on the 20th Anniversary of the release of Pokémon Red and Green, February 27, 2016, at 12 am JST by Tsunekazu Ishihara through Nintendo Direct. The paired versions will be released worldwide on November 18, 2016, except in Europe where they will be released on November 23, 2016. All copies of the game are playable in nine languages: Japanese, English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Korean, and Simplified and Traditional Chinese.


Rotom Pokédex

The player's Pokédex is a special model that can be inhabited by a Rotom, called the Rotom Pokédex. Through the Pokédex, Rotom can speak human languages. The Pokédex also acts as a real-time map on the bottom screen on the player's Nintendo 3DS, showing the player's location, places of interest, and recommended destinations based on conversations made with NPCs.

QR Scanner

Players can scan QR codes corresponding to each Pokémon in the Pokédex, allowing them to register them as Pokémon they have seen. The QR scanner can also be used to receive event Pokémon, such as Magearna.

New forms

Pokémon Sun and Moon will be the first core series games where players can use Zygarde's 10% and Complete Formes.

Alola Forms

Main article: Regional variant
Some Pokémon from other regions have adapted to Alola's distinctive microclimates, consequently taking on alternate forms known as Alola Forms. Pokémon in these forms can take on different appearances and have different types and Abilities.

Battle Royal

Main article: Battle Royal
The Battle Royal is a new battle format introduced in Pokémon Sun and Moon. In this mode, four players enter into a free-for-all battle. The battle ends when all of one player's Pokémon faint, with the winner being the player who has the highest combined number of knockouts and number of remaining Pokémon.


Main article: Z-Move
Z-Moves are a new type of move in which the Trainer and Pokémon's wishes combine to release their full power. Z-Moves are moves of great power, but can only be used once per battle.
In order to use a Z-Move, Trainers will need both a Z-Ring and a Z-Crystal. The Z-Ring fits on a Trainer's arm, and Z-Crystals are set into it. If a Pokémon holds the same variety of Z-Crystal, the two will be able to resonate with one another. Z-Crystals that correspond to each Pokémon type have been found in the Alola region.
All Pokémon can use Z-Moves. In order to use a Z-Move, a Pokémon must learn a move of the same type as a Z-Crystal, and it must be holding the corresponding Z-Crystal. There is a Z-Move for each type.
When used in game, each overwhelmingly powerful move will be on full display, filling the entire screen.

Island challenge

Main article: Island challenge
The island challenge is a new mechanic introduced in Pokémon Sun and Moon. It is an adventurous rite in which players travel through the four islands of Alola with the goal of becoming the strongest Trainer, known as the island challenge champion. In order to complete the island challenge, players must overcome each island's unique trials which may include, but are not limited to, finding items, completing tests of knowledge, and battling with Pokémon.
At the end of each island's trial, the player will have to battle a Totem Pokémon. A Totem Pokémon is much larger than others of its species, and its body is enveloped in a special aura. Totem Pokémon are battled in SOS Battles. These battles allow Totem Pokémon to summon ally Pokémon to help them. Additionally, Pokémon other than the Totem Pokémon may also call on allies to help out in the battle.
The final trial on each island is called the grand trial. It is a Pokémon battle against the Island Kahuna, who governs that island. Kahunas are chosen by the Pokémon known as guardian deities, which are also found on each island. If the player successfully clears the grand trial, they will be publicly recognized as having cleared all of that island's trials. The player will then be allowed to move on to the next island.
Each trial has a Trial Captain who provides guidance to trial-goers. All of the Captains are Trainers who undertook trials in their own island challenge a few years earlier.

Poké Rides

Poké Rides are a new feature introduced in Pokémon Sun and Moon in which players can call on the services of certain Pokémon in order to access areas that they would not have been able to by human strength alone. These Pokémon are not part of the player's team, but they may be called on at any time.