Pokemon Sun and Moon

Alolan Forms

 - Normal Vulpix are Fire-type, but Alolan Vulpix are Ice-type.

Normal Vulpix are Fire-type, but Alolan Vulpix are Ice-type.

 - Normal Vulpix are Fire-type, but Alolan Vulpix are Ice-type.

Normal Vulpix are Fire-type, but Alolan Vulpix are Ice-type.

 - Normal Vulpix are Fire-type, but Alolan Vulpix are Ice-type.

Normal Vulpix are Fire-type, but Alolan Vulpix are Ice-type.

 - Normal Vulpix are Fire-type, but Alolan Vulpix are Ice-type.

Normal Vulpix are Fire-type, but Alolan Vulpix are Ice-type.

During your travels in Alola, you may come across Pokémon found in earlier games that have changed drastically to adapt to their Alolan habitats. These Pokémon are classified as Alolan Forms.

Alolan Form Pokémon share the same Pokédex number as the original Pokémon, but may have different stat distributions or types. Because Alolan Form Pokémon have become this way to match their surroundings, they cannot suddenly change to their originally discovered form and vice versa.

Spoiler Warning!

Ahead is a list of all the Alolan Form Pokémon in Sun and Moon. If you prefer to be surprised, stop right now and avert your eyes!

Note: Hidden Abilities are denoted with an asterisk (*).

Pokémon Type Ability
Ratata, Raticate Dark/Normal Gluttony, Hustle, Thick Fat*
Raichu Electric/Psychic Surge Surfer
Sandshrew, Sandslash Ice/Steel Snow Cloak, Slush Rush*
Vulpix Ice Snow Cloak, Snow Warning*
Ninetales Ice/Fairy Snow Cloak, Snow Warning*
Diglett, Dugtrio Ground/Steel Sand Veil, Tangling Hair, Sand Rush*
Meowth Dark Pickup, Technician, Rattled*
Persian Dark Fur Coat, Technician, Rattled*
Geodude, Graveler, Golem Rock/Electric Magnet Pull, Sturdy, Galvanize*
Grimer, Muk Poison/Dark Poison Touch, Gluttony, Power of Alchemy*
Exeggutor Grass/Dragon Frisk, Harvest*
Marowak Fire/Ghost Cursed Body, Lightning Rod, Rock Head*