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Who's that new Pokemon?! It's Zoroark!


8:00 PM on 02.10.2010
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The latest issue of CoroCoro magazine reveals the new Pokemon that was teased on Pokemon Sunday recently. The new pocket monster is called Zoroark and we also see it's pre-evolved state, Zorua. The next Pokemon movie, The Ruler of Illusion: Zoroark, will feature this new Dark-type Pokemon.

Not much is revealed about the new monster, but Zoroark's main ability is teased and it seems to be some kind of special illusion based attack. CoroCoro and Pokemon Sunday will be revealing more about this new creature in the coming weeks.  

With the introduction of Zorua and Zoroark, we are now up to 495 Pokemons. That is a lot of Pokemon creatures. Also, who's this Pokemon?!

New Pokemon Revealed: Zorua, Zoroark [PokeBeach, via GoNintendo]






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