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The seventh generation of Pokémon, known by fans due to its version names as the celestial generation, is the seventh installment of the Pokémon series. Like previous generations, the first installments, Pokémon Dawn and Dusk Versions, were released as a pair. As in Generation V, these games were followed by a sequel, Pokémon Eclipse Version. All three of these games were released for the Nintendo 3DS.

Estelia, the new region introduced in Generation VII, is known to be far away from the regions featured in previous generations. It is divided into three smaller continents that can be traveled between via monorail; each continent has its own environment, special locales, and unique Pokémon.

It is unknown when Pokémon Dawn and Dusk Versions take place in comparison to the Pokémon games of other generations. Pokémon Eclipse Version, however, takes place three years after the events of Pokémon Dawn and Dusk Versions.

Advances in gameplayEdit

Being on the same console as the games from the generation before them, the Generation VII games enhance the Pokémon experience on the Nintendo 3DS in several ways. Advancements in Generation VII include:

  • 261 new Pokémon have been introduced, bringing the total number of Pokémon discovered to 982. No evolutions or pre-evolutions of Pokémon from previous generations are included. In Pokémon Dawn and Dusk Versions, no Pokémon from previous generations can be obtained until after the player receives the National Pokédex.
  • ??? new moves have been introduced, bringing the total number of known moves Pokémon can learn to ???.
  • ??? new abilities have been introduced, bringing the total number of abilities Pokémon can have to ???. Pokémon from previous generations can also have these new abilities.
  • A new region awaits exploration, the Estelia region. It is far away from the regions featured in previous generations and offers players three distinct environments to explore.
  • Two new villainous teams are introduced in Pokémon Dawn and Dusk Versions, Team Order and Team Kaos.
  • Four new variants of Poké Ball have been introduced: the Horde Ball, which has greater success when used at the start of a Horde Encounter and is the only Poké Ball that can be used when multiple wild Pokémon are on the field, the Black Ball, which has greater success when used on shiny Pokémon, the Power Ball, which has greater success when used on Pokémon at a higher level than the player's, and the Legend Ball, which has greater success when used on legendary Pokémon.
  • A new Pokémon type has been introduced, the long-anticipated Light-type. This brings the total number of known Pokémon types to 19.
  • Voice acting has been implemented for the first time in a main-series Pokémon game; in a similar fashion to Pokémon Battle Revolution, Pokémon battles are narrated. Pokédex entries are read to the player upon a Pokémon's capture in a similar fashion to the anime, and Pokémon use their cries from the anime, as well.
  • A new battle mechanic has been introduced in the form of Synchro-Fusion, which is used to create FUSEmon. FUSEmon can only be created after the player has discovered their recipes, which are hidden throughout the Estelia region; the ability to use FUSEmon in battle is unlocked during the post-game.
  • The total number of available TMs has been increased from 100 to ???.

Alterations from Generation VIEdit

  • 11 moves have been changed to Light-types: Flash, Morning Sun, Light Screen, Reflect, Wish, Bestow, Reflect Type, Heal Pulse, Healing Wish, Luster Purge, and Tail Glow.
  • 15 Pokémon have been changed to pure Light-types: Chansey, Sentret, Furret, Dunsparce, Blissey, Skitty, Delcatty, Spinda, Castform, Buneary, Lopunny, Happiny, Audino, Minccino, and Cinccino.
  • 67 Pokémon have been changed to secondary Light-types: Voltorb, Electrode, Electabuzz, Magmar, Mareep, Flaafy, Ampharos, Bellossom, Aipom, Sunkern, Sunflora, Elekid, Magby, Zigzagoon, Linoone, Plusle, Minun, Volbeat, Illumise, Spoink, Grumpig, Milotic, Kecleon, Chimecho, Luvdisc, Shinx, Luxio, Luxray, Pachirisu, Ambipom, Chingling, Finneon, Lumineon, Electivire, Magmortar, Uxie, Mesprit, Azelf, Cresselia, Phione, Manaphy, Shaymin, Watchog, Munna, Musharna, Blitzle, Zebstrika, Petilil, Lilligant, Gothitelle, Reuniclus, Vanillite, Vanillish, Vanilluxe, Alomomola, Tynamo, Eelektrik, Eelektross, Elgyem, Beheeyem, Furfrou, Espurr, Meowstic, Goomy, Sliggoo, Goodra, and Xerneas.

Additions in Pokémon Eclipse VersionEdit

  • For the first time in Pokémon history, the sequel to a main-series game introduced more Pokémon to the National Pokédex in the form of new evolutions and pre-evolutions to Pokémon that appeared in Pokémon Dawn and Dusk Versions. A grand total of ??? new Pokémon were introduced, bringing the current number of Pokémon discovered to ???.

RegionEdit

EsteliaEdit

Main article: Estelia

Starter PokémonEdit

The starter Pokémon of Generation VII, as in previous generations, are a trio of Pokémon comprised of a Grass-type, Archirp, a Fire-type, Manticub, and a Water-type, Cresilisk.

Gym LeadersEdit

Pokémon Dawn and Dusk VersionEdit
Gym Leaders: Estelia region
Gym Leader Gym Type Badge
100px Gym Leader: Arthur (Japanese: ??? ???)
Gym Leader Location: ??? (Japanese: ??? ???)
Type Light 50px
Spectrum Badge
150px Gym Leader: Scarlet (Japanese: ??? ???)
Gym Leader Location: ??? (Japanese: ??? ???)
Type Fairy 50px
Embrace Badge
130px Gym Leader: Norbert (Japanese: ??? ???)
Gym Leader Location: Polarice Town (Japanese: ??? ???)
Type Ice 50px
Sorbet Badge
180px Gym Leader: Neferati (Japanese: ??? ???)
Gym Leader Location: ??? (Japanese: ??? ???)
Type Ground 50px
Dune Badge
200px Gym Leader: Jason (Japanese: ??? ???)
Gym Leader Location: ??? (Japanese: ??? ???)
Type Poison 50px
Plague Badge
180px Gym Leader: Jethro (Japanese: ??? ???)
Gym Leader Location: Electratech City (Japanese: ??? ???)
Type Electric 50px
Techno Badge
180px Gym Leader: Gian (Japanese: ??? ???)
Gym Leader Location: ??? (Japanese: ??? ???)
Type Flying 50px
Breeze Badge
150px Gym Leader: Klimson (Japanese: ??? ???)
Gym Leader Location: ??? (Japanese: ??? ???)
Type Fire 50px
Torch Badge


Pokémon Eclipse VersionEdit
Gym Leaders: Estelia region
Gym Leader Gym Type Badge
180px Gym Leader: Kelsea (Japanese: ??? ???)
Gym Leader Location: ??? (Japanese: ??? ???)
Type Water 50px
Aquatic Badge
190px Gym Leader: Fei and Fiona (Japanese: ??? ???)
Gym Leader Location: ??? (Japanese: ??? ???)
Type Fairy 50px
Embrace Badge
130px Gym Leader: Norbert (Japanese: ??? ???)
Gym Leader Location: Polarice Town (Japanese: ??? ???)
Type Ice 50px
Sorbet Badge
180px Gym Leader: Neferati (Japanese: ??? ???)
Gym Leader Location: ??? (Japanese: ??? ???)
Type Ground 50px
Dune Badge
180px Gym Leader: Jason (Japanese: ??? ???)
Gym Leader Location: ??? (Japanese: ??? ???)
Type Poison 50px
Plague Badge
120px Gym Leader: Jethro (Japanese: ??? ???)
Gym Leader Location: Electratech City (Japanese: ??? ???)
Type Electric 50px
Techno Badge
180px Gym Leader: Gian (Japanese: ??? ???)
Gym Leader Location: ??? (Japanese: ??? ???)
Type Flying 50px
Breeze Badge
150px Gym Leader: Arthur (Japanese: ??? ???)
Gym Leader Location: ??? (Japanese: ??? ???)
Type Light 50px
Spectrum Badge

Discussion of Generation VIIEdit

Estelia thematic motifEdit

TriviaEdit

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