Pokemon X and Y Volcanion with Water Absorb

We may not have had the Pokemon X and Y Diancie event yet, but it looks like attention has once again switched back to the highly anticipated Pokemon X and Y Volcanion event instead.

We now have some fresh Pokemon X and Y news to tell you about, including what looks to be a brand new Volcanion move set that has been revealed due to some further hacking.

Pokemon X and Y hacks are no secret any more and looks to be a continuing trend, despite the recent Pokemon X and Y PowerSaves tool becoming less useful in recent weeks.

On our last Volcanion news updates, we told you that the Fire and Water type Pokemon will be coming with a move called Steam Eruption. Now though, look at the screenshot above and you’ll see that Volcanion will have some other new moves.

These include Thousand Arrows, a Ground-type move that hits opposing Pokemon that are in the air. Those Pokemon are knocked down to the ground. Volcanion will also be able to use Thousand Waves, another Ground-type move which attacks with a wave that crawls along the ground. Those hit can’t flee from battle.

The other special moves to look out for are Light of Ruin, which you may remember is the same move that will come with AZ’s Floette. Perhaps most exciting for fans though, is apparent confirmation that Volcanion also comes with Water Absorb as its main ability.

For those that are wondering, the design above shows Shiny Volcanion, which is exactly the same color theme which we first revealed to you back in February.

So far, Nintendo or Game Freak has yet to confirm Volcanion’s existence, but it can’t be far off now. Is this the Pokemon hiding inside the Power Plant that you are most looking forward to getting?

Give us your reaction to Water Absorb below.

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Written by Alan Ng

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