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Pokémon Dawn Version
ポケットモンスタードーンバージョン
Pokémon Dusk Version
モンスター夕暮れバージョンポケット
Game Information
Generation Generation VII
Players 1-4
Platform Nintendo 3DS
Category RPG
Developer Game Freak
Publisher Nintendo
Game Information
Japan N/A
North America N/A
Europe N/A
South Korea N/A
Australia N/A
Ratings
CERO TBA
ESRB E
ACB PG
OFLC PG
PEGI 7
GRB ALL

Pokémon Dawn Version (Japanese: ポケットモンスタードーンバージョン, Pocket Monsters Dawn Version) and Pokémon Dusk Version (Japanese: モンスター夕暮れバージョンポケット, Pocket Monsters Dusk Version) are the primary paired versions of Generation VII. The games are available for the Nintendo 3DS and take place in the Estelia region.

Pokémon Dawn and Dusk Versions were first unveiled on April 25, 2014 at 12:00 PM EST. The games' worldwide release date remains unknown at the present time; all copies of the game will be playable in the following languages: Japanese, English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, and Korean.

Pokémon Dawn and Dusk Versions also have a sequel, Pokémon Eclipse Version, which takes place three years after them and is the final main-series Pokémon game in Generation VII.

The legendary Pokémon Solamasa and Masamoone, members of the Astral Trio, serve as the version mascots of Pokémon Dawn Version and Pokémon Dusk Version, respectively.

PlotEdit

The game starts with the regions profesor saying "Welcome to the Estalia region!" Then the player picks there gender, names themselves, and also names there rival. Afterwards, your character is seen coming out of a moving van, much like in Pokemon Ruby and Pokemon Sapphire and the generation 6 remakes of these games. After walking into your house, you speak to your mother, then proceed to the Pokemon Lab, where the professor will be waiting. Your rival, who you will see many times throughout the game, will show up. If you are a boy, then your rivals default name is Aliana, and if you are a girl, the default name will be Jackson.

BlurbEdit

Pokémon Dawn VersionEdit

A new world filled with never-before-seen Pokémon!

What are the true motives of Team Kaos? What is the secret of the Legendary Pokémon Solamasa? Adventure across the Estelia region and discover all-new Pokémon!

Pokémon Dusk VersionEdit

A new world filled with never-before-seen Pokémon!

What are the true motives of Team Order? What is the secret of the Legendary Pokémon Masamoone? Adventure across the Estelia region and discover all-new Pokémon!

FeaturesEdit

New typeEdit

Main article: Light

Pokémon Dawn and Dusk Versions serve as the official debut of the much anticipated Light-type. Several Pokémon in the Estelia region are either pure or half Light-types, while many Pokémon returning from Generations I through VI have been retconned to be pure or half Light-types, as well. Light-type attacks are strong against Dark-, Bug-, and Electric-types, but they are resisted by Ghost-, Grass-, Fairy-, Ice-, and Steel-types. Light-type Pokémon are weak against Ghost- and Grass-type Pokémon, are strong against Electric-, Fairy-, and Fire-type attacks, and they are completely immune to Dark-type attacks.

GymsEdit

Like every main series title, Pokémon Dawn and Dusk Versions feature various Gyms. In the Estelia region, the Gym Leaders are Arthur (Light), Scarlet (Fairy), Norbert (Ice), Neferati (Ground), Jason (Poison), Jethro (Electric), Gian (Flying), and Klimson (Fire).

Elite Four and ChampionEdit

As in the Unova and Kalos regions, the Estelia region's Elite Four can be battled in any order. During the main story, the members of the Elite Four are Piotr (Rock), Rosa (Grass), Duke (Dark), and Ildegarde (Dragon). In the post-game, the members of the Elite Four are Maria (Ghost), Bronson (Fighting), Minerva (Steel), and Monnique (Bug). Only after defeating all four members of the Elite Four in the post-game is the path to the Estelia region's Champion, Celestia, unlocked.

PokémonEdit

New Mega EvolutionsEdit

FUSEmonEdit

Version-exclusive PokémonEdit

Dawn
731 000 Dorentu Normal
732 000 Grandorent Normal Grass
741 000 Campillar Bug Grass
742 000 Hammokoon Bug Grass
743 000 Intensifly Bug Flying
750 000 Komusi Fire
751 000 Kodomusi Fire
753 000 Bonzumi Fire
773 000 Mujeki Electric Grass
774 000 Blitzerine Electric Grass
Dusk
733 000 Zapillar Bug Electric
734 000 Zapcoon Bug Electric
735 000 Zaptenna Bug Electric
739 000 Wompouch Normal
740 000 Wombrawl Normal Fighting
748 000 Musimi Electric
749 000 Audisumi Electric
754 000 Imbumi Water
780 000 Ampin Electric Ground
781 000 Sharquake Electric Ground

MusicEdit

StaffEdit

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

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