'Pokemon Sun and Moon' News & Update: Learn More About Solgaleo and Lunala Plus Pikapek, Yungoos and Grubbin!

By Kathleen Nava , Updated Jun 20, 2016 04:44 AM EDT

"Pokemon Sun and Moon" official website has updated with brand new information on our three Pokemon, Pikapek, Yungoos and Grubbin as well as the two legendary types, Solgaleo and Lunala.

'Pokemon Sun and Moon' News & Update: Solgaleo and Lunala phases

These two "Pokemon Sun and Moon" legendary, Solgaleo and Lunala, actually have different phases depending on attacks they use.

"Pokemon Sun and Moon" Solgaleo has the Radiant Sun phase and "Pokemon Sun and Moon" Lunala has the Full Moon phase.

There's not really any idea exactly what these "Pokemon Sun and Moon" phases do for Solgaleo and Lunala, but they do shine brighter and whatnot.

The phases of Solgaleo and Lunala in "Pokemon Sun and Moon" kind of reflects their solar bodies more which is pretty interesting.

'Pokemon Sun and Moon' News & Update: Pikapek

"Pokemon Sun and Moon" E3 2016 also released a little bit more exact information on the other pokemon, Christian Daily reports.

"Pokemon Sun and Moon" Pikapek is that wire frame pokemon that we saw before in the previous update and it was revealed at the E3 2016 presentation that Pikapek could strike 16 times a second with its beak.

The strikes of "Pokemon Sun and Moon" Pikapek are powerful enough to not only drill through hardwood, but even shatter stone.

'Pokemon Sun and Moon' News & Update: Yungoos

"Pokemon Sun and Moon" Yungoos is a big eater which is its advantage and downfall at the same time.

The appetite of "Pokemon Sun and Moon" Yungoos is so huge that it is constantly needing food which makes it powerful.

But after all his food consumption, "Pokemon Sun and Moon" Yungoos can fall asleep at any times which its can be attacked by random pokemon.

'Pokemon Sun and Moon' News & Update: Grubbin

"Pokemon Sun and Moon" Grubbin was not shown during the E3 2016 treehouse event but it is definitely a new addition to "Pokemon Sun and Moon."

"Pokemon Sun and Moon" Grubbin relies on its sturdy jaw as a weapon in battle and as a tool.

We might see "Pokemon Sun and Moon" Grubbin evolve into an electric type bug when it gets to its final evolution.

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