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In-game continuity
==In-game continuity==
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{{g|Sun and Moon}} occurs two years after the events of {{2v2|Black|White|2}} and {{v2pkmn|X and Y|s}}. Various characters from previous generations such as: [[Sina]], [[Dexio]], [[Looker]], [[{{FB|Salon Maiden Anabel|Anabel]]}}, [[Colress]], [[{{ga|Red]]}}, and [[{{ga|Blue]]}} make appearances, with many of them looking significantly older than in previous games.
 
During the postgame missions in Sun and Moon, it is revealed that Anabel fell into an Ultra Wormhole prior to the events of Sun and Moon and became a {{DL|Ultra Wormhole|Fallers|Faller}}, which are individuals who have passed through Ultra Wormholes, and is hinted to be the same Anabel that appeared in [[Pokémon Emerald]]'s {{gdis|Battle Tower|III}}, however, she suffers from {{wp|retrograde amnesia}}. [[Professor Burnet]] who originated from the side game, [[Pokémon Dream Radar]], is revealed to be living in Alola and is researching the phenomena surrounding Ultra Wormholes.
 
{{g|Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon}} are set in an alternate universe similar, but slightly different, to Sun and Moon. The events of Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon follow those of the first games, but slightly diverge in its details. Some of the worlds that the player may visit through the [[Ultra Warp Ride]] are hinted at being alternate versions of Alola, such as: the [[Ultra Space Wilds]], and the [[Ultra Ruin]], the latter being a world that is thoroughly hinted at being a destroyed [[Hau'oli City]] from an alternate dimension. In [[Episode RR]], [[Team Rainbow Rocket]] takes over the [[Festival Plaza]] and [[Aether Paradise]] in hopes of taking over other worlds using the Ultra Wormhole technology developed by the Aether Foundation. Team Rainbow Rocket is later revealed to be composed of the [[Villainous teams|villainous team]] leaders from previous generations, with [[Team Aqua]] and [[Team Magma]]'s leaders, [[Archie]] and [[Maxie]], appearing as they did in [[Pokémon {{game|Ruby and Sapphire]]|s}}. It is also revealed that each of the villainous team leaders are from alternate universes where they were able to successfully achieve their plans; further cementing the concept of alternate universes. Colress plays a major role in Episode RR by sending all of the villainous leaders back to their original dimensions; when Ghetsis is being confronted, he and Colress recognize each other, despite being from alternate dimensions, showing that Colress had involvements with [[Team Plasma]] in both universes.
 
{{g|Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!}} seems to take place in an alternate universe from [[Pokémon {{game|Red and Blue]]|s}} and [[Pokémon {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen]]|s}} as Team Rocket was never disbanded, and Red and Blue have already defeated the [[Indigo League]] and are now renowned Pokémon trainersTrainers. Because of this, the player characters are now composed of [[Chase]] and [[Elaine]] with Blue's role as rival being replaced by [[Trace]].
 
Since Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! are remakes of [[Pokémon {{game|Yellow]]}}, characters from the anime like [[Team Rocket Trio|Jessie]] and [[James]] make appearances and similar events from the anime occur.
The games seem to occur less than five years before Sun and Moon, as [[Mina]], albeit slightly younger, makes an appearance in [[Vermilion City]]. Despite this, the overall continuity between these games and those that precede them is not clear.
 
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