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This article lists the unused content of the Generation VII games Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.


The player walking with Wingull.

In a screenshot of the announcement for Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, the player is shown using a Wingull as a walking Pokémon. However, this doesn't occur in the final release.



Eternal Flower Floette remains in the code of the Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. It has its own Pokédex entry. Additionally, there are menu sprites for Cosplay Pikachu and Eternal Flower Floette, though neither of them are available in-game.

Hidden Abilities

Some Pokémon are programmed to have Hidden Abilities in Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon; however, they cannot be legally obtained. These Abilities may be distributed in a later generation or event and are currently not obtainable.

# Pokémon Types First Ability Second Ability Hidden Ability
  Heatran Fire Steel Flash Fire None Flame Body
  Tapu Koko Electric Fairy Electric Surge None Telepathy
  Tapu Lele Psychic Fairy Psychic Surge None Telepathy
  Tapu Bulu Grass Fairy Grassy Surge None Telepathy
  Tapu Fini Water Fairy Misty Surge None Telepathy
Please note that this is only 100% accurate to Generation VIII games.
  • For Generation III games, ignore Abilities introduced in Generation IV or later and Hidden Abilities.
  • For Generation IV games, ignore Hidden Abilities.
  • For Generation V games, ignore Abilities introduced in Generation VI or later.
  • For Generation VI games, ignore Abilities introduced in Generation VII or later.
  • For Generation VII games, ignore Abilities introduced in Generation VIII or later.

Shiny Pokémon

For consistency, all Pokémon have Shiny variants, even if they cannot be obtained as Shiny. Some Shiny Pokémon, such as Pikachu in a cap, are identical to their normal counterparts.

All Pikachu in a cap are programmed to not be Shiny, but due to a glitch, the Partner Cap Pikachu can be Shiny. This is because the game erroneously checks if the correct combination of the Trainer ID and Secret ID would result in a Shiny Pokémon by using the player's data, even though this Pokémon's OT is not the player.

#   Pokémon Type
025O   Pikachu Electric
025H   Pikachu Electric
025S   Pikachu Electric
025U   Pikachu Electric
025K   Pikachu Electric
025A   Pikachu Electric
025P   Pikachu Electric
647   Keldeo
Ordinary Form
Water Fighting
647   Keldeo
Resolute Form
Water Fighting
648   Meloetta
Aria Forme
Normal Psychic
648   Meloetta
Pirouette Forme
Normal Fighting
658A   Greninja Water Dark
720   Hoopa
Psychic Ghost
720U   Hoopa Psychic Dark
721   Volcanion Fire Water
789   Cosmog Psychic
790   Cosmoem Psychic
800   Necrozma Psychic
800DM   Necrozma Psychic Steel
800DW   Necrozma Psychic Ghost
800U   Necrozma Psychic Dragon
801   Magearna Steel Fairy
802   Marshadow Fighting Ghost
807   Zeraora Electric


Akala Meadow exists as a location name at index number 66 (0x0042). In the final game, Pink Nectar can be found at Royal Avenue. There are three unused rooms in the player's house; a washroom, a bathroom, and a garage. These rooms, also present in Pokémon Sun and Moon, are revamped and retextured in Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.

Silvally, Fire Pledge, and Water Pledge

The games' data shows Silvally knowing Fire Pledge and Water Pledge. However, a glitch prevents Silvally from learning both moves. Grass Pledge is unaffected by this glitch.

Murkrow and Punishment

The data shows Murkrow knowing Punishment as an Egg Move, but neither Murkrow nor its evolution Honchkrow can learn this move in the final version.

Vullaby and Mandibuzz are in the Flying Egg Group and can learn Punishment, but cannot pass down the move due to being female-only.

Beta versions of Pokémon games
Generation I
Red and GreenYellow
Generation II
Gold and Silver (Spaceworld '97 demo) • Crystal
Generation III
Ruby and SapphireFireRed and LeafGreenEmeraldColosseumXD
Generation IV
Diamond and PearlPlatinumHeartGold and SoulSilver
Generation V
Black and WhiteBlack 2 and White 2
Generation VI
X and YOmega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
Generation VII
Sun and MoonUltra Sun and Ultra Moon
Generation VIII
Sword and Shield
Pokémon Picross

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