Creepy new mythical Pokémon revealed

Creepy new mythical Pokémon revealed

Marshadow will have some sort of role to play in the upcoming Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You, as it lives in Ash Ketchum's shadow. Set in the Hawaiian-esque archipelago of Alola, Pokemon Sun and Moon took players on a charming adventure that kept what was so great about the series while innovating in refreshing ways. Since then, however, gamers have been left wondering about when they will finally have a chance to add Marshadow to their team, and the teaser video featured below promises it will show up sooner rather than later.

Dataminers pulled out Marshadow's vitals last November.

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While it remains to be seen whether or not Marshadow will make a splash competitively, the creature's gloomy look and adorable features have made it a fan favorite already.

The Pokemon Company announced via a press release: "A new Mythical Pokémon has been discovered in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon". This is frustrating for the average player, but to be expected since the first mythical Pokemon back in December (Magearna) was only available through the same methods.

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If history is any indication, Marshadow will either be a timed event giveaway via download or QR code or a code that you'll have to pick up at GameStop.

Pokemon Sun and Moon are available now for the 3DS.

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