Most of "Pokémon Go" users know that Ditto is a Pokémon that characterizes itself by becoming its opponent, even if it is a Legendary Pokémon. JPeezy is the name of this user of YouTube, who chose four Dittos to fight against Lugia, one of the Legendary Pokémon that Niantic recently enabled in the "Pokémon GO" app. In the video published by JPeezy, we can see how this "Pokémon Go" trainer chooses his first Ditto, and it becomes in Lugia. But, it is not as powerful as the Raid Boss and is quickly defeated. The same fate ran the other two Dittos, which were quickly overcome; However, something curious happened with the last Ditto, who did not even have time to transform and was defeated by Lugia.

The video collapses a theory of some web pages that ensured that Ditto can not be turned into a Legendary Pokémon and is frightened and makes Pokémon weak like Magikarp, Pidgey or Hoothoot.

Lycanroc will have a new form in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

A new form for Lycanroc that will be present in Pokémon "Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon" has been shown in Japan. Its name will be a Lycanroc Twilight form, and its official aspect will surprise players worldwide. According to the information revealed, the new kind of Lycanroc will have new designs in its physical aspect; its eyes may differ from the Lycanroc previously found by the players.

Lycanroc will not be able to get Twilight for the team by ordinary methods like discovering it in wild version.

Pokémon "Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon" will be released on November 17 for Nintendo 3DS worldwide.

Additional information:

The flaws continue in appearing in the "Pokémon Go" app, and the users expect an early solution to their problems. They claim not to find Legendary Pokémon. According to reports published in different social media, the number of Legendary incursions in the players' accounts is not getting recorded.

One of those affected reported this flaw to Niantic Labs, developer of "Pokémon Go," who gave a quick response to this ruling. "Thank you for reporting this flaw. We have been able to locate it and a solution will soon be available."

Niantic has not had a real time since launching its update with Legendary Pokemon to the point of receiving a lawsuit over the Chicago "Pokémon Go Fest" disaster, where many players could not open the app.

This is all the information known so far. Keep enjoying the game, and stay tuned for more updates as they become available.

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