Pokemon Sun & Moon: QR Codes For All New Alola Region Pokemon

All New Pokemon QR Codes

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QR Codes in Pokemon Sun and Moon serve as ways to gather information on Pokemon you haven’t yet caught or even encountered. If someone you know catches a Pokemon, a QR Code will appear in their Pokedex that other players can scan for information, including where it’s possible to catch that particular monster. Of course, not all monsters in Sun and Moon will have their locations disclosed, particularly special and legendary ones. Still, you can find a vast majority of the new Pokedex using this method. Additionally, you can scan up to 10 QR codes every two hours, and if you complete all 10, you’ll be granted a special Island code that will lead you to a rarer Pokemon.

To help all you new Alola Region trainers out, below you’ll find the QR Codes for each of the brand-new monsters you can encounter in the games. They’ll appear in the same order that they do in the Alola Region Pokedex.

If you’re looking for QR codes for Pokemon from previous games, check out our collection of them over here.

Rowlet

rowlet

Dartrixdartrix

Decidueye

decidueye

Litten

litten

Torracat

torracat

Inineroar

incineroar

Popplio

popplio

Brionne

brionne

Primarina

primarina

Pikipek

pikipek

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Ishmael was a Senior Editor at Twinfinite from 2014 to 2018 covering every new release he could get his hands on. When he wasn't playing through the latest titles, he was living his best life as a Guardian in Destiny 2. Outside of writing, he was just a wandering character from Brooklyn, NY, and a fan of horrible Spider-Man games, anime, and corny jokes.