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As promised by developer The Pokemon Company, some new Alola forms of Pokemon and more information have been released for “Pokemon Sun and Moon.”

The latest issue of CoroCoro has finally arrived online, and it details four new Pokemon, two new Alola variants and new villains.

According to Comicbook, the CoroCoro scans have revealed Sunabaa and Shirodesuna, which are both Ghost/Ground type Pokemon that look sandcastles. The door and windows of the sandcastle serves as the Pokemon’s eyes and mouth.

Yowashi, a Water type, can transform from its Single Forme to a bigger School forme made up of none other than a lot of fishes. Fans can also see the basic form of Bewear, which is Nuikoguma. It looks a little less intimidating than its evolved counterpart.

For the two Alola region-exclusive variants, there’s Marowak, which is now a Fire/Ghost type, resembling a fire dancer. There’s also Meowth, which is now a Dark Type and one that has been bred by the royal family of Alola.

The CoroCoro leaks for “Pokemon Sun and Moon” also showcased the villains for the new game. They are called the Team Skull. Their leader is Guzma and their main noticeable feature is the bandana on their faces.

The source confirmed that there’s more to come before the week is up. The Pokemon Company will release something else on Aug. 12, Friday, 9:00 a.m. EDT.

Recently, other reports have suggested that there will be new Alola variants coming to “Pokemon Sun and Moon.” A Chinese source has suggested that there will be six Pokemon that will get Alolan forms, but the revealed ones in the new CoroCoro leaks did not corroborate with any of the reported Pokemon with new forms

It is possible that there will be other reveals later down the road for this. However, for now, best to take previous “Pokemon Sun and Moon” rumours with a grain of salt.