Pokémon Halloween: Team Rocket isn’t fooling anyone despite their elaborate costumes

As part of its ongoing efforts to promote every single Pokémon out there, The Pokémon Company is sharing specially-themed posts featuring Ghost-type Pokémon during October 2020, which happens to be Ghost-Type Month. The Pokémon Company has also updated its social media channels with a header image that features the Ghost-type Pokémon Gastly, Haunter and Gengar, as well as the following bio: “The official(ly spooky) Twitter account for The Pokémon Company International. Catching ’em all since ’96!” The updated profile pic also features scared Pikachu. You can check out some of the highlighted Pokémon characters in the embedded posts below:

Ghost-Type Month: Spiritomb is a Pokémon that can hold so many spirits in it

Pokémon Halloween: Sometimes a good impression is all you need to look like the character you’re dressing up as

Ghost-type Month: Haunter lurks inside walls to keep an eye on its foes

Ghost-type Month: Prepare to celebrate spooky Pokémon all month long

Pokémon Halloween: Check out this perfectly normal Weavile and its well-behaved Trainer

Pokémon Halloween: One Mean Look from Misdreavus will leave you petrified

Pokémon Halloween: There’s no rule that says you can’t dress up as something you already look like

Pokémon Halloween: Come play with Banette

Pokémon Halloween: Piplup is officially the cutest Weedle we’ve ever seen

Ghost-Type Month: Gastly is spooky but also sleepy

Ghost-Type Month: Pokémon dress up as other Pokémon for Halloween

Source: @Pokemon

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