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A new video introducing a new Pokémon, Gimmighou, has been released today.
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Fg4uZBGaYAI8yxb.jpg GImmighoul (Chest Form)
Category: Coin Chest Pokémon
Type: Ghost
Height: 1'
Weight: 11 lbs.
Ability: Rattled
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It Hides inside a Treasure Chest and Moves Slowly
These Gimmighoul hide inside sturdy treasure chests. While this provides them with a solid defense, the treasure chest’s weight causes Gimmighoul to move slowly, making travel difficult. It is not uncommon for Chest Form Gimmighoul to be mistaken for an antique and taken home or sold to an antique store.

Gimmighoul Controls People and Pokémon, Making Them Collect Coins
When Gimmighoul senses a person or Pokémon draw near, it ambushes them. It then uses ghost energy to control its target, forcing them to collect coins. Because it often hides in warehouses, shop corners, and other places people and Pokémon don’t frequent, it tends to keep persistent control of those it does manage to encounter.

Fg416bRWYAAiWxp.jpg p04_01[1].jpgGimmighoul (Roaming Form)
It seems that Gimmighoul has a second form called Roaming Form Gimmighoul. This kind of Gimmighoul doesn’t hide in a treasure chest. It’s small, carries a single coin on its back, and can be found hiding all over Paldea. However, since they run away as soon as a person approaches, it seems not a single Trainer in Paldea has ever managed to catch one.

Surprisingly, Roaming Form Gimmighoul have been spotted in the world of Pokémon GO as well! It appears that Mr. Jacq—an expert on the biology of Pokémon in the Paldea region—and Professor Willow, who has been carrying out research alongside Trainers in the world of Pokémon GO, have joined forces to devise a way to catch them. Please wait for future announcements to hear all about their research results.

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It has been confirmed that Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet—slated for release on Friday, November 18, 2022—will link with Pokémon GO. Linking these games will allow you to get Roaming Form Gimmighoul in Pokémon GO. This feature is slated for 2023, so please wait for future announcements to learn more.

NOTES: You cannot send Pokémon from Pokémon GO directly to Pokémon Scarlet or Pokémon Violet.
Support for Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet is expected to be added to Pokémon HOME after the games’ release. Please wait for future announcements for more details.
 
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