The Pokemon trend keeps going most especially with the release of a new Pokemon Sun and Moon version exclusive creatures. First is the mere fact that both Pikachu and Eevee are getting a revamped Z move. Second and more importantly, is the possible steel type of the latter monster.
According to Otakukart, Eevee's brand new Z move in Pokemon Sun and Moon is quite interesting. Why? That's because it's somewhat connected to its evolutions. In a newly released video, the aforesaid Pokemon is surrounded with a Z power that has 9 power balls on it (can be seen on the left side of the creature).
In a sense, Eevee in Pokemon Sun and Moon offers various colors synonymous to its respective evolutions. These are red, green, yellow, blue, light blue, pink, purple and dark grey to almost black. Based on these, one can ferret out the idea that it represents Flareon, Leafeon, Jolteon, Vaporeon, Glaceon, Espeon, Sylveon and Umbreon.
The interesting part in this Pokemon Sun and Moon revelation is the existence of a 9th color, which is a white-like grey. Obviously, it refers to a color of a steel. This, in one way or another, could mean a new evolution for the said Pokemon. It's worth noting, however, that when Eevee showcased these Z moves, only eight of them tend to appear.
There could certainly a sort of explanation for Pokemon Sun and Moon fans to know. One is that the Pokemon Company might be holding back any current details about Eevee's forthcoming evolution. Second is that this supposed steel type might simply be not part of the above mentioned Z moves. Lastly, the Pokemon simply has no evolution of this kind -- even for the next generation to come.
While this can be an interesting thing to look forward to in Pokemon Sun and Moon, anything can happen. And it's up to the developers to do so. For now, it's best to take it as a grain of salt.
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