‘Pokemon Sun’ And ‘Moon’: Alola’s Underwater Area Could Greatly Expand The Region

Dustin Kemp - Author
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Jun. 9 2016, Updated 3:35 a.m. ET

Alola, the Hawaii-themed region that will serve as the setting for Pokemon Sun and Moon, may have much more to it than what is visible on the region map distributed with the June 3 Pokemon Sun and Moonnews dump. To be more specific, evidence that has recently come to light suggests Alola may include a large underwater area that Pokemon fans have not yet seen.

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Verlisify, a Youtube content creator who specializes in Pokemon content, was the first to point out the mysterious stairwell leading into the ocean from the top right island in the region’s artwork (the island that past analysis has shown to be named OmaOma). The stairwell, which is located on the westernmost tip of OmaOma (near the tip of the lighthouse), is drawn very small, and Verlisify spotted it only scouring an extremely high-definition map of Alola released as part of the Pokemon Sun and Moondownloadable assets.

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