Little by little we are knowing the identity of new Pokémons.
Pokémon Scarlet and Purple are not too far from their launch, and therefore it is natural that the anticipation is skyrocketing. We are, neither more nor less, than before a new generation of Pokémon, which is especially significant for us, since its new region is based on our country. The latter we could know thanks to the first trailer, in which frankly little was taught, but enough so we could interpret where it would be based.
In recent months we have been able to learn new details about this title, from the new ability that we will have in it, to the characters that we will meet during our adventure (including the new professor), but what we could not miss was the new Pokémon . From the beginning we knew the three initial Pokémon, and over time, and thanks to the different trailers, we have been able to meet different new Pokémonsvarious regional versions, and how could it be otherwise, the legendaries of this generation.
Despite this, the number of new creatures we’ve seen in the trailers isn’t particularly extensive, and for the series in question, it was clear that some of these characters were being saved for later. Now, we have been shown, very ambiguously, a new Pokémon that seems to be called Grafaiai.
A cryptic advertisement
Specifically, this cryptic announcement has been made through the official Pokémon account on Twitter. To be more specific, this account published some strange photos of some trees with quite strange colored markings. With this tweet, users were framed to try to guess what it was.
The day after this publication, the same Twitter account shared another series of images, in the same style, with similar marks on different trees, but with a dark figure behind. According to this same publication, these brands they were produced by a Pokemon named Grafaiaiwhich we have never heard of. we can expect that soon we can see it with better qualitysince in these images it is difficult to see it clearly.
– Pokémon Spain (@PokemonIT ISESP) August 30, 2022
This is a somewhat particular way of showing a new Pokémon for a new generation, but it is a way more appropriate to the new times, which also probably get more impact than a dedicated trailer.