This is Salandit, one of the new critters featured in Nintendo's upcoming Pokemon Sun and Moon. Unlike the adorable rock puppies and bowtie-sporting owls that have made up most of the cast thus far, Salandit seems like kind of an asshole. It's not enough that the Fire/Poison-type Pokemon always looks like he just put sugar in your gas tank -- they also have a unique ability to poison any Pokemon.
This is kind of a big deal. Before now, Poison and Steel-type Pokemon were immune to Poison-type attacks, but this crafty little bastard is capable of circumventing what was once ironclad Battle Law.
But that's not the most disturbing part about Salandit. Check out its Pokedex entry, from the official site:
Salandit emits toxic gas, together with flames, from the base of its tail. This poisonous gas has a sweet smell, and anyone who unknowingly breathes it in will become dizzy. Salandit is not a very powerful Pokémon, but its cunning nature allows it to battle fiercely by throwing its opponents off balance.
Salandit females not only release toxic gases, they can also emit pheromones that attract males of all species, including Pokémon and humans. Inhaling these pheromones may cause opponents to be controlled by Salandit's will.
Uh... what? We've seen some pretty messed up Pokedex entries before, but this beats them all out. Female Salandits are capable of using pheremones to attract human males and psychically enslave them. Nintendo has essentially created a sex bandit Pokemon who actively seduces grown men and bends them to their whim. Salandit might be even more fucked up than Drifloon, that ghost balloon Pokemon that kidnaps children.
You can check out Nintendo's full trailer for Salandit below. Just maybe don't inhale.