Nov 13 2017 - 3:04 pm

These are the version exclusive Pokémon in Ultra Sun and Moon

If you want to complete your collection, you'll need access to both games.
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Version exclusive Pokémon have existed since the original Pokémon games for Game Boy.

The difference between both versions of Pokémon games promotes trading between two or more players across the world in order to try and complete their respective Pokédex.

Players from Ultra Sun can trade their exlusive Pokémon with players who own Ultra Moon and vice-versa in order to help each other to collect, grow, and train their team of pocket monsters.

Related: Here are all the new Pokémon coming to Ultra Sun and Moon

You'll be able to try and catch and trade them all when Ultra Sun and Moon releases on Nov. 17.

Ultra Sun

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Alolan Vulpix

Alolan Ninetails

Houndour

Houndoom

Raikou

Ho-Oh

Latios

Groudon

Cranidos

Rampardos

Dialga

Hearan

Cottonee

Whimsicott

Tirtouga

Carracosta

Rufflet

Braviary

Reshiram

Tornadus

Xerneas

Turonator

Lurantis (Totem Sized Form only)

Passimian

Solgaleo

UB Buzzwole

UB Kartana

UB Burst

Dusk Mane Necrozma


Ultra Moon

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Alolan Sandshrew

Alolan Sandslash

Entei

Lugia

Electrike

Manectric

Latias

Kyogre

Shieldon

Bastiodon

Palkia

Regigigas

Petilil

Lilligant

Archen

Archeops

Villaby

Mandibuzz

Thunurus

Zekrom

Yveltal

Salazzle (Totelm Sized Form onlu)

Oranguru

Drampa

Lunala

UB Pheromost

UB Celestella

UB Assembly

Dawn Wings Necrozma


H/T IGN, Serebii

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