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Confirmed genders in the anime

Confirmed though Attract or Cute Charm

Episode Pokémon with Cute Charm Pokémon affected by Cute Charm
Rough, Tough Jigglypuff Unknown gender* JigglypuffLisa Mitchum's Jigglypuff LoudredMitch Mitchum's Loudred Opposite gender of Jigglypuff's,
confirmed through Cute Charm
Battling The Generation Gap! Confirmed male
by Brock
Delcatty Lila's Delcatty Ambipom Dawn's Ambipom Confirmed female
by Brock
Episode Pokémon that used Attract Pokémon affected by Attract
Strategy Begins at Home! Confirmed female
through Attract
Umbreon Johanna's Umbreon Piplup Dawn's Piplup Confirmed male later
Strategy Begins at Home! Unknown gender Glameow Johanna's Glameow Pachirisu Dawn's Pachirisu Opposite gender of Glameow's,
confirmed through Attract
Where No Togepi Has Gone Before! Confirmed female
through Attract
Togepi Wild Togepi Meowth Meowth (Team Rocket) Confirmed male
by James
Where No Togepi Has Gone Before! Confirmed female
through Attract
Togepi Wild Togepi Pikachu Ash's Pikachu Confirmed male
through Attract
Where No Togepi Has Gone Before! Confirmed female
through Attract
Togepi Wild Togepi Piplup Dawn's Piplup Confirmed male
through Attract
Where No Togepi Has Gone Before! Confirmed female
through Attract
Togepi Wild Togepi Croagunk Brock's Croagunk Confirmed male
through Attract
Where No Togepi Has Gone Before! Confirmed female
through Attract
Togepi Wild Togepi Yanmega Jessie's Yanmega Confirmed female
through Attract
DPS02 Female species Chansey Nurse Joy's Chansey Sudowoodo Brock's Sudowoodo Confirmed male
through Attract
Snivy Plays Hard to Catch! Confirmed female
through Attract
Snivy Ash's Snivy Pikachu Ash's Pikachu Reconfirmed male
by Ash
Snivy Plays Hard to Catch! Confirmed female
through Attract
Snivy Ash's Snivy Oshawott Ash's Oshawott Confirmed male
through Attract
Snivy Plays Hard to Catch! Confirmed female
through Attract
Snivy Ash's Snivy Tepig Ash's Tepig Confirmed male
through Attract
Snivy Plays Hard to Catch! Confirmed female
through Attract
Snivy Ash's Snivy Pidove Ash's Pidove Confirmed female
through Attract
A Rival Battle for Club Champ! Confirmed female before Snivy Ash's Snivy ServineTrip's Servine Confirmed male
through Attract
Minccino—Neat and Tidy! Confirmed male
through Attract
Minccino Bianca's Minccino Snivy Ash's Snivy Confirmed female before
Emolga the Irresistible! Confirmed female
through Attract
Emolga Iris's Emolga Oshawott Ash's Oshawott Confirmed male before
Emolga the Irresistible! Confirmed female
through Attract
Emolga Iris's Emolga Excadrill Iris's Excadrill Confirmed male
through Attract
Emolga and the New Volt Switch! Confirmed female before Emolga Iris's Emolga Pignite Bianca's Pignite Confirmed male
through Attract
Emolga and the New Volt Switch! Confirmed female before Emolga Iris's Emolga Sewaddle Ash's Sewaddle Confirmed male
through Attract
Emolga and the New Volt Switch! Confirmed female before Emolga Iris's Emolga Scraggy Ash's Scraggy Confirmed male
through Attract
Archeops In The Modern World! Confirmed female before Emolga Iris's Emolga Archen Juniper's Archen Confirmed female
through Attract
Cilan Versus Trip, Ash Versus Georgia! Confirmed female before Snivy Ash's Snivy Pawniard Georgia's Pawniard Confirmed female
through Attract
Dazzling the Nimbasa Gym! Confirmed female
by Elesa
Emolga Elesa's Emolga Palpitoad Ash's Palpitoad Confirmed male
through Attract
Dazzling the Nimbasa Gym! Confirmed female
by Elesa
Emolga Elesa's Emolga Snivy Ash's Snivy Reconfirmed female
through Attract
Battling the King of the Mines! Confirmed female before Snivy Ash's Snivy PalpitoadClay's Palpitoad Confirmed male
through Attract
Mission: Defeat Your Rival! Confirmed male before Emboar Bianca's Emboar Samurott Cameron's Samurott Confirmed female
through Attract
Team Rocket's Shocking Recruit! Confirmed female before Emolga Iris's Emolga WoobatJessie's Woobat Confirmed male
through Attract
Team Rocket's Shocking Recruit! Confirmed female before Emolga Iris's Emolga YamaskJames's Yamask Confirmed male
through Attract
Kindergarten Chaos! Confirmed female
through Attract
Sylveon Penelope's Sylveon Froakie Ash's Froakie Confirmed in the English dub
and games
Master Class Choices! Unknown genders Dragonair Amelia's Dragonair
Espeon Amelia's Espeon
Chespin Clemont's Chespin Opposite gender of either
Espeon or Dragonair's,
confirmed through Attract
Valuable Experience for All! Confirmed male by Clemont Slurpuff Sawyer's Slurpuff Raichu Tierno's Raichu* Confirmed female
through Attract
Valuable Experience for All! Confirmed male
through Attract
Slurpuff Sawyer's Slurpuff Blastoise Tierno's Blastoise Confirmed male
through Attract

Confirmed gender

Confirmed in Pokémon Gender Description
A Gruff Act to Follow! TurtwigAsh's Turtwig Male Called "big brother" by Oak (only in Japanese version)
A Windswept Encounter! NoibatAsh's Noibat Male Confirmed by Meowth (only in Japanese version)
Don't Ignore the Small Stufful! BewearTeam Rocket Bewear Female Confirmed by Meowth (only in Japanese version)
Team Eevee and the Pokémon Rescue Squad! UmbreonVirgil's Umbreon Male Confirmed by Virgil (only in Japanese version)
Team Eevee and the Pokémon Rescue Squad! EspeonVirgil's Espeon Male Confirmed by Virgil (only in Japanese version)
Team Eevee and the Pokémon Rescue Squad! VaporeonVirgil's Vaporeon Male Confirmed by Virgil (only in Japanese version)
Team Eevee and the Pokémon Rescue Squad! JolteonVirgil's Jolteon Male Confirmed by Virgil (only in Japanese version)
Team Eevee and the Pokémon Rescue Squad! FlareonVirgil's Flareon Male Confirmed by Virgil (only in Japanese version)
Team Eevee and the Pokémon Rescue Squad! LeafeonVirgil's Leafeon Male Confirmed by Virgil (only in Japanese version)
Team Eevee and the Pokémon Rescue Squad! GlaceonVirgil's Glaceon Male Confirmed by Virgil (only in Japanese version)
Aipom and Circumstance! AipomAsh's Aipom Female* Confirmed by May
Luvdisc is a Many Splendored Thing! LuvdiscCaserin Male Confirmed by Daisy
Luvdisc is a Many Splendored Thing! LuvdicLuverin Female Confirmed by Daisy
A Pokémon of a Different Color! DragontieIris's Dragonite Male Confirmed by Cilan
A Shocking Grocery Run! TogedemaruSophocles's Togedemaru Female Confirmed by Sophocles
Where No Togepi Has Gone Before! MeowthTeam Rocket Meowth Male Confirmed by James
A Festival Trade! A Festival Farewell? PumpkabooJessie's Pumpkaboo Female Confirmed by James
Fighting Back the Tears! MareanieJames's Mareanie Female Confirmed by Meowth
Team Eevee and the Pokémon Rescue Squad! EeveeVirgil's Eevee Female Confirmed by Virgil
Movie Time! Zorua in "The Legend of the Pokémon Knight"! ZoruaLuke's Zorua Female Confirmed by Luke
A Pokémon of a Different Color! DragoniteClaire's Dragonite Female Confirmed by Claire
Dazzling the Nimbasa Gym! EmolgaElesa's Emolga Female Confirmed by Elesa
Snubbull Snobbery SnubbullMadame Muchmoney's Snubbull Female Confirmed by Brock
Valuable Experience for All! SlurpuffSawyer's Slurpuff Male Confirmed by Clemont
A Pokévision of Things to Come! FennekinSerena's Fennekin Female* Confirmed by Serena saying "girls should always attend to their appearances" about Fennekin (only in Japanese version)
Love Strikes! Eevee, Yikes! EeveeSerena's Eevee Female* Confirmed by Serena saying "roughnecks are even less popular with girls" about Eevee (only in Japanese version)
Crossing Paths DustoxJessie's Dustox Female Confirmed by Austin saying "it's your bride" about Dustox (only in Japanese version)
Guarding the Guardian of the Mountain! KrokorokAsh's Krokorok Male Called "big brother" of Axew by Iris (only in Japanese version)
A Windswept Encounter! (Poké TV) HawluchaAsh's Hawlucha Male Hawlucha's fight with Dark Hawlucha is called "between men" (only in Japanese version)
A Cellular Connection! (Poké TV) BunnelbyClemont's Bunnelby Male* Called "big brother" of other Pokémon (only in Japanese version)
Scraggy—Hatched to be Wild! ScraggyAsh's Scraggy Male* Called "little brother" of Axew by Iris
With the Easiest of Grace! TogekissDawn's Togekiss Female Called "big sister" by Dawn
Scraggy—Hatched to be Wild! AxewIris's Axew Male Called "big brother" of Scraggy by Iris
A Fiery Training Camp Trick! TurtonatorKiawe's Turtonator Male Called "big brother" of other Pokémon by Ash
Tasting the Bitter with the Sweet! DrampaGrandpa Forest Male Called "grandpa"
A Fiery Training Camp Trick! CrawdauntKiawe's Crawdaunt Male Called "big brother" of other Pokémon by Kiawe
Rescuing the Unwilling! ClefableLusamine's Clefable Female Called "big sister" of Pokédoll by Lillie
Dazzling the Nimbasa Gym! TynamoElesa's Tynamo Female Called "electric queen" by Elesa
Pikachu & Pichu PichuPichu Brothers x2 Male Called "brothers"
Beauties Battling for Pride and Prestige! PansageCilan's Pansage Male Confirmed by wearing a bow to pretend being female
Party Dancecapades! PanchamSerena's Pancham Male Confirmed by wearing blue bow tie like other male Pokémon
Party Dancecapades! DedenneClemont's Dedenne Male Confirmed by wearing blue bow tie like other male Pokémon
Party Dancecapades! InkeyJames's Inkay Male Confirmed by wearing blue bow tie like other male Pokémon
Party Dancecapades! DelphoxAria's Delphox Female Confirmed by wearing tiara like other female Pokémon
Party Dancecapades! KlefkiMonsieur Pierre's Klefki Male Confirmed by wearing blue bow tie like other male Pokémon
Party Dancecapades! SlurpuffMiette's Slurpuff Female Confirmed by wearing tiara like other female Pokémon
Cream of the Croagunk Crop! CroagunkChrissy Female Confirmed by feminine name
Charizard's Burning Ambitions CharizardCharla Female Confirmed by feminine name
Where No Togepi Has Gone Before! PikachuAsh's Pikachu Male Confirmed through Attract
Snivy Plays Hard to Catch! OshawottAsh's Oshawott Male Confirmed through Attract
Snivy Plays Hard to Catch! TepigAsh's Tepig Male Confirmed through Attract
Snivy Plays Hard to Catch! SnivyAsh's Snivy Female Confirmed through Attract
Emolga and the New Volt Switch! SewaddleAsh's Sewaddle Male Confirmed through Attract
Dazzling the Nimbasa Gym! PalpitoadAsh's Palpitoad Male Confirmed through Attract
Where No Togepi Has Gone Before! CroagunkBrock's Croagunk Male Confirmed through Attract
Where No Togepi Has Gone Before! PiplupDawn's Piplup Male Confirmed through Attract
Emolga the Irresistible! ExcadrillIris's Excadrill Male Confirmed through Attract
Emolga the Irresistible! EmolgaIris's Emolga Female Confirmed through Attract
Where No Togepi Has Gone Before! YanmegaJessie's Yanmega Female Confirmed through Attract
Team Rocket's Shocking Recruit! WoobatJessie's Woobat Male Confirmed through Attract
Team Rocket's Shocking Recruit! YamaskJames's Yamask Male Confirmed through Attract
A Rival Battle for Club Champ! ServineTrip's Servine Male Confirmed through Attract
Emolga and the New Volt Switch! PigniteBianca's Pignite Male Confirmed through Attract
Minccino—Neat and Tidy! MinccinoBianca's Minccino Male Confirmed through Attract
Cilan Versus Trip, Ash Versus Georgia! PawniardGeorgia's Pawniard Female Confirmed through Attract
Mission: Defeat Your Rival! SamurottCameron's Samurott Female Confirmed through Attract
Strategy Begins at Home! UmbreonJohanna's Umbreon Female Confirmed through Attract
Battling The Generation Gap! DelcattyLila's Delcatty Male Confirmed through Attract
DPS02 SudowoodoBrock's Sudowoodo Male Confirmed through Attract
Snivy Plays Hard to Catch! PidoveAsh's Pidove Female Confirmed through Attract
Emolga and the New Volt Switch! ScraggyAsh's Scraggy Male Confirmed through Attract
Archeops In The Modern World! ArchenJuniper's Archen Female Confirmed through Attract
Dazzling the Nimbasa Gym! EmolgaElesa's Emolga Female Confirmed through Attract
Battling the King of the Mines! PalpitoadClay's Palpitoad Male Confirmed through Attract
Valuable Experience for All! BlastoiseTierno's Blastoise Male Confirmed through Attract
Valuable Experience for All! RaichuTierno's Raichu Female* Confirmed through attract
New Places... Familiar Faces! FrillishJessie's Frillish Female Confirmed by gender difference
A Rival Battle for Club Champ! FrillishTrip's Frillish Male Confirmed by gender difference
Finals Not for the Faint-Hearted! UnfezantAlain's Unfezant Male Confirmed by gender difference
Performing with Fiery Charm! MeowsticMiette's Meowstic Male Confirmed by gender difference
Mega Evolution Special II PyroarLysandre's Pyroar Male Confirmed by gender difference
JN027 IndeedeeNurse Joy's Indeedee Female Confirmed by gender difference
JN027 IndeedeeNurse Joy's Indeedee Male Confirmed by gender difference
Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction PyroarAstrid's Pyroar Male Confirmed by gender difference
Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction MeowsticAstrid's Meowstic Female Confirmed by gender difference
Cilan Takes Flight! UnfezantSkyla's Unfezant Male Confirmed by gender difference
The Road to Humilau! JellicentMarlon's Jellicent Male Confirmed by gender difference
Cloudy Fate, Bright Future! MeowsticOlympia's Meowstic Female Confirmed by gender difference
Cloudy Fate, Bright Future! MeowsticOlympia's Meowstic Male Confirmed by gender difference

Uncertain cases

Confirmed in Pokémon Gender Description
Chikorita's Big Upset BayleefAsh's Bayleef Female Source needed
The Power of One SlowkingSlowking (M02) Male Source needed
Cottonee in Love! CottoneeAsh's Cottonee Male Masculine
Having a Wailord of a Time TreeckoNurse Joy's Treecko Female Feminine
Crisis at Ferroseed Research! VanilluxeGeorgia's Vanilluxe Female Ash's Oshawott had a crush on it
Bye Bye Psyduck GolduckMisty's Golduck Male Confirmed by Misty saying "it's a Pokémon version of Brock" because it likes to show off in front of girls
[[|]] SteelixBrock's Steelix Male Confirmed in the English dub, Pokémon Adventures and games
[[|]] WeezingJames's Weezing Male Confirmed in the English dub and games
So Near, Yet So Farfetch'd PsyduckMisty's Psyduck Male Confirmed by Brock in the English dub and games
Kindergarten Chaos! GreninjaAsh's Greninja Male Confirmed by Ash in the English dub and games
Steamboat Willies! BunearyDawn's Buneary Female Confirmed in English dub
Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village BulbasaurAsh's Bulbasaur Male* Confirmed in English dub
Tanks a Lot! CharizardAsh's Charizard Male Confirmed in English dub
Pokémon Food Fight!
Playing with Fire!
SnorlaxAsh's Snorlax Male Confirmed in English dub
Love, Totodile Style TotodileAsh's Totodile Male Confirmed in English dub
Tree's a Crowd
Odd Pokémon Out!
SceptileAsh's Sceptile Male Confirmed in English dub
Date Expectations GlalieAsh's Glalie Male Confirmed in English dub
Aiming for the Top Floor! RowletAsh's Rowlet Male Confirmed in English dub
[[|]] Mr. MimeAsh's Mr. Mime Male Confirmed in English dub
Island of the Giant Pokémon SquirtleAsh's Squirtle Male Confirmed in English dub
[[|]] HorseaMisty's Horsea Male Confirmed in English dub
The Saffron Con WartortleMay's Wartortle Male Confirmed in English dub
[[|]] CacneaJames's Cacnea Male Confirmed in English dub
Once in a Mawile LombreBrock's Lombre Male Confirmed in English dub
[[|]] SpoinkSpoink (anime) Male Confirmed in English dub
[[|]] ToxicroakSaturn's Toxicroak Female Confirmed in the Pokémon Adventures and games only
[[|]] PuruglyMars's Purugly Female Confirmed in the Pokémon Adventures and games only
[[|]] LucarioKorrina's Lucario Male Confirmed in the Pokémon Adventures and games only
N/A RockruffKukui's Rockruff Male Confirmed in the games only, although can be female in the Battle Tree or Battle Royal Dome
N/A MarowakKiawe's Marowak Male Confirmed in the games only, although can be female in the Battle Tree
N/A GyaradosMisty's Gyarados Male Confirmed in the games only
N/A TogeticMisty's Togetic Male Confirmed in the games only
N/A GeodudeBrock's Geodude Male Confirmed in the games only
N/A ForretressBrock's Forretress Female Confirmed in the games only
N/A HelioliskClemont's Heliolisk Male Confirmed in the games only
N/A VulpixSnowy Female Confirmed in the games only
N/A VikavoltSophocles's Vikavolt Male Confirmed in the games only
N/A ZoroarkGladion's Zoroark Male Confirmed in the games only
N/A ArbokJessie's Arbok Male Confirmed in the games only
N/A PersianGiovanni's Persian Male Confirmed in the games only
N/A IncineroarKukui's Incineroar Male Confirmed in the games only
N/A SwannaSkyla's Swanna Female Confirmed in the games only
N/A PansearChili's Pansear Male Confirmed in the games only
N/A PanpourCress's Panpour Male Confirmed in the games only
N/A MunnaFennel's Munna Female Confirmed in the games only
Night in the Haunted Tower HaunterAsh's Haunter Male Confirmed in novelization
Pruning a Passel of Pals! VenusaurMay's Venusaur Female Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
A Full Battle Bounty! VenusaurKukui's Venusaur Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Alola, Kanto! ButterfreeAsh's Butterfree Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Butterfree and Me! ButterfreeAsh's Butterfree (second) Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Lillie's Egg-xhilarating Challenge! ButterfreeLillie's Butterfree Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Working My Way Back to Mew! ButterfreeGoh's Butterfree Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
JN019 RattataGoh's Rattata Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
JN018 RaichuVisquez's Raichu Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Flint Sparks the Fire! RaichuVolkner's Raichu Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Camping It Up! RaichuAsh's Raichu Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Alola to New Adventure! ZubatRapp's Zubat Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
The Ninja Poké-Showdown GolbatKoga's Golbat Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Mission: Total Recall! AlakazamFaba's Alakazam Male Confirmed by gender difference
Settling a Not-So-Old Score! AlakazamKenny's Alakazam Male Confirmed by gender difference
One Team, Two Team, Red Team, Blue Team! DodrioDawn's Dodrio Female Confirmed by gender difference
A Pyramiding Rage! DodrioCandice's Dodrio Female Confirmed by gender difference
Mission: Total Recall! HypnoFaba's Hypno Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction RhyhornSerena's Rhyhorn Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
JN024 GoldeenGoh's Goldeen Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Working My Way Back to Mew! ScytherGoh's Scyther Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Coming Apart at the Dreams! GyaradosLysandre's Gyarados Male Confirmed by gender difference
Talkin' 'Bout an Evolution GyaradosRed Gyarados Male Confirmed by gender difference
The Legend of Thunder! GyaradosLance's Gyarados Male Confirmed by gender difference
A Crasher Course in Power! GyaradosCrasher Wake's Gyarados Male Confirmed by gender difference
Where Are You Going, Eevee? EeveeSandy Male Confirmed by gender difference
(Generation VII)
Mega Evolution Special IV HoundoomMalva's Houndoom Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Defending the Homeland! WooperKeanan's Wooper Male Confirmed by gender difference
Defending the Homeland! QuagsireKeanan's Quagsire Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
A Crasher Course in Power! QuagsireCrasher Wake's Quagsire Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
A Fork in the Road! A Parting of the Ways! WobbuffetJessie's Wobbuffet Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Nerves of Steelix! SteelixJasmine's Steelix Male Confirmed by gender difference
Dealing With Defensive Types! SteelixByron's Steelix Male Confirmed by gender difference
Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction ScizorWikstrom's Scizor Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Battle Royal 151! ScizorGuzma's Scizor Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Sliding Into Seventh! SneaselCandice's Sneasel Male Confirmed by gender difference
A Sappy Ending HeracrossAsh's Heracross Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Smells Like Team Spirit! HeracrossConway's Heracross Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel HeracrossJessie's Heracross Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Steeling Peace of Mind! HeracrossBarry's Heracross Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
From A to Z! HoundoomMable's Houndoom Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Mega Evolution Special IV HoundoomMalva's Houndoom Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
A Trainer and Child Reunion! BeautiflyAaron's Beautifly Male Confirmed by gender difference
JN023 DustoxGoh's Dustox x3 Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Lost Leader Strategy! MedititeMaylene's Meditite Female Confirmed by gender difference
Sliding Into Seventh! MedichamCandice's Medicham Female Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Rescuing the Unwilling! MiloticLusamine's Milotic Female Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Our Cup Runneth Over! MiloticWallace's Milotic Female Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Arceus and the Jewel of Life MiloticPalmer's Milotic Female Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
When Pokémon Worlds Collide! StarlyPaul's Starly x3 Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Lost Leader Strategy! StarlyReggie's Starly x3 Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Following A Maiden's Voyage! StarlyRowan's Starly Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Following A Maiden's Voyage! StaraptorRowan's Staraptor Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Two Degrees of Separation! StaraptorAsh's Staraptor Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Barry's Busting Out All Over! StaraptorBarry's Staraptor Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Lost Leader Strategy! StaraptorReggie's Staraptor Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Lost Leader Strategy! BidoofReggie's Bidoof x3 Female Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Lost Leader Strategy! BibarelReggie's Bibarel Female Confirmed by gender difference
Last Call — First Round! KricketotNando's Kricketot Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Lost Leader Strategy! KricketotReggie's Kricketot x2 Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Dawn's Early Night! KricketuneNando's Kricketune Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Lost Leader Strategy! ShinxReggie's Shinx x2 Male Confirmed by gender difference
A Campus Reunion! ShinxClemont's Shinx Male Confirmed by gender difference
There's a New Gym Leader in Town! ShinxCheren's Shinx x2 Male Confirmed by gender difference
Camping It Up! ShinxAngie's Shinx Male Confirmed by gender difference
Leading a Stray! LuxioAsh's Luxio Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Luxray Vision! LuxrayJenny's Luxray Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
The Fleeing Tower of Sunyshore! LuxrayVolkner's Luxray Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Now That's Flower Power! RoseradeDrew's Roserade Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Dawn Of A New Era! RoseradeNando's Roserade Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Barry's Busting Out All Over! RoseradeBarry's Roserade Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
The Grass Menagerie! RoseradeGardenia's Roserade Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Lumiose City Pursuit! CombeeSycamore's Combee x3 Female Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Buizel Your Way Out Of This! BuizelAsh's Buizel Male Confirmed by gender difference
Last Call — First Round! FloatzelKenny's Floatzel Male Confirmed by gender difference
One Team, Two Team, Red Team, Blue Team! FloatzelConway's Floatzel Male Confirmed by gender difference
A Crasher Course in Power! FloatzelCrasher Wake's Floatzel Male Confirmed by gender difference
Last Call — First Round! FloatzelKenny's Floatzel Male Confirmed by gender difference
Mass Hip-Po-Sis! HippopotasHippopotas (anime) Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
A Rivalry to Gible On! GibleKhoury's Gible Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
A Meteoric Rise to Excellence! GibleAsh's Gible Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
BWS02 GibleIris's Gible Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Another One Gabites the Dust! GabiteUrsula's Gabite Female Confirmed by gender difference
Lumiose City Pursuit! GarchompSycamore's Garchomp Female Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Top-Down Training! GarchompCynthia's Garchomp Female Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
A Mission of Ultra Urgency! GarchompAsh's Garchomp Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Hoopa and the Clash of Ages HippopotasBonnie's Hippopotas Male Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
One Team, Two Team, Red Team, Blue Team! HippowdonJessie's Hippowdon Male Confirmed by gender difference
An Elite Coverup! HippowdonBertha's Hippowdon Male Confirmed by gender difference
Staging a Heroes' Welcome! LumineonZoey's Lumineon Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Sliding Into Seventh! SnoverCandice's Snover Female Confirmed by gender difference
(both genders confirmed)
Classroom Training! AbomasnowCandice's Abomasnow Female Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
All Hail the Ice Battlefield! AbomasnowWulfric's Abomasnow Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Finals Not for the Faint-Hearted! WeavileAlain's Weavile Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Top-Down Training! WeavilePaul's Weavile Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
An Explosive Operation! WeavileMable's Weavile Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
DPS02 RhyperiorForrest's Rhyperior Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Challenging a Towering Figure! RhyperiorPalmer's Rhyperior Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)
Over the Mountain of Snow! MamoswineAsh's Mamoswine Male Confirmed by gender difference (minor)

Gender differences

Pokémon with very minor gender differences
Pokémon
Rattata Rattata
Raticate Raticate
Zubat Zubat
Golbat Golbat
Kadabra Kadabra
Hypno Hypno
Rhyhorn Rhyhorn
Rhydon Rhydon
Goldeen Goldeen
Seaking Seaking
Scyther Scyther
Ledyba Ledyba
Ledian Ledian
Sudowoodo Sudowoodo
Politoed Politoed
Aipom Aipom
Quagsire Quagsire
Murkrow Murkrow
Gligar Gligar
Scizor Scizor
Ursaring Ursaring
Piloswine Piloswine
Octillery Octillery
Houndoom Houndoom
Donphan Donphan
Combusken Combusken
Blaziken Blaziken
Dustox Dustox
Ludicolo Ludicolo
Nuzleaf Nuzleaf
Shiftry Shiftry
Medicham Medicham
Roselia Roselia
Gulpin Gulpin
Swalot Swalot
Numel Numel
Camerupt Camerupt
Milotic Milotic
Relicanth Relicanth
Generation IV
Starly Starly
Staravia Staravia
Staraptor Staraptor
Kricketot Kricketot
Kricketune Kricketune
Luxio Luxio
Luxray Luxray
Roserade Roserade
Pachirisu Pachirisu
Ambipom Ambipom
Croagunk Croagunk
Toxicroak Toxicroak
Finneon Finneon
Lumineon Lumineon
Abomasnow Abomasnow
Weavile Weavile
Rhyperior Rhyperior
Tangrowth Tangrowth
Mamoswine Mamoswine
Pokémon with clear visual gender differences
Pokémon Standard gender
Venusaur Venusaur Both N/A
Butterfree Butterfree Both N/A
Pikachu Pikachu Both N/A
Raichu Raichu Both N/A
Gloom Gloom Male Dandelion Island Gloom.png
Vileplume Vileplume Male Dandelion Island Vileplume.png
Alakazam Alakazam Male Faba Alakazam.png
Doduo Doduo Male Otoshi Doduo.png
Dress Up Contest Doduo.png
(Doduo dressed up as Dodrio)
Dodrio Dodrio Female Candice Dodrio.png
Magikarp Magikarp Male Goh Magikarp.png
Gyarados Gyarados Male Gyarados Mouth Closed.png
Meganium Meganium Both N/A
Xatu Xatu Female Harriet Tyrogue Xatu.png
Wooper Wooper Male Wooper anime.png
Wobbuffet Wobbuffet Both N/A
Girafarig Girafarig Female Lyra Girafarig.png
Steelix Steelix Male Brock Steelix.png
Heracross Heracross Both N/A
Sneasel Sneasel Male Sneasel anime.png
Torchic Torchic Female Nicholai Cosplay.png
Beautifly Beautifly Male Aaron and Beautifly.png
Meditite Meditite Female Kira.png
Cacturne Cacturne Male Harley Wigglytuff and Cacturne.png
(Cacturne hasn't made appeal since DP001)
Generation IV
Bidoof Bidoof Both N/A
Bibarel Bibarel Female Reggie Bibarel.png
Shinx Shinx Male Clemont Shinx.png
Combee Combee Both N/A
Buizel Buizel Male DP186 error 3.png
Floatzel Floatzel Male DP083 Error.png
Gible Gible Both N/A
Gabite Gabite Female Ursula Gabite.png
Garchomp Garchomp Both N/A
Hippopotas Hippopotas Both N/A
Hippowdon Hippowdon Male Bertha Hippowdon.png
Snover Snover Both N/A
Other cases
Pokémon Introduction
Eevee Eevee LGPE
Unfezant Unfezant V
Frillish Frillish V
Jellicent Jellicent V
Pyroar Pyroar VI
Meowstic Meowstic VI
Indeedee Indeedee VIII

Confirmed Generation IV gender differences

Female Female in anime Standard gender Male in anime Male
HOME003 f.png May Venusaur.png
DP078
003Venusaur.png
Venusaur
Nihei Venusaur.png HOME003.png
HOME012 f.png Pink Butterfree M20.png
M20/SM034
012Butterfree.png
Butterfree
Ash Butterfree M20.png HOME012.png
HOME025 f.png Ayumi Pikachu.png
BW098/BWS01
025Pikachu.png
Pikachu
Ash Pikachu.png HOME025.png
HOME026 f.png Goh Raichu.png
JN035
026Raichu.png
Raichu
Visquez Raichu.png HOME026.png
HOME154 f.png Elisa Meganium.png 154Meganium.png
Meganium
JN020 Meganium.png
JN020
HOME154.png
HOME202 f.png Dr White Wobbuffet Wynaut.png
XY063
202Wobbuffet.png
Wobbuffet
Jessie Wobbuffet.png HOME202.png
HOME214 f.png Heracross gender difference anime.png
SM121
214Heracross.png
Heracross
Heracross anime.png HOME214.png
Generation IV
HOME399 f.png Bidoof Hyper Fang.png 399Bidoof.png
Bidoof
Bidoof DP023.png HOME399.png
HOME415 f.png Sky Relay Combee.png 415Combee.png
Combee
Male Combee anime.png HOME415.png
HOME443 f.png Alain Gible.png 443Gible.png
Gible
Ash Gible.png HOME443.png
HOME445 f.png Cynthia Garchomp.png 445Garchomp.png
Garchomp
Garchomp anime.png HOME445.png
HOME449 f.png Wild Area Hippopotas.png 449Hippopotas.png
Hippopotas
Hoopa Bonnie Hippopotas.png HOME449.png
HOME459 f.png Candice Snover.png 459Snover.png
Snover
Snover anime.png HOME459.png
Generation VII
HOME133 f.png Chloe Eevee.png
JN049
133Eevee.png
Eevee
Ilima Eevee.png HOME133.png

Exclusive Baby Moves

Non-incense babies

Pokémon Move Generation Method acquiring
172Pichu.png
Pichu
Charm II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Sweet Kiss II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Nasty Plot II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Uproar II III IV V VI VII Move Tutor
173Cleffa.png
Cleffa
Icy Wind II III IV V VI VII TM in II/Move TutorE in III
Charm II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Sweet Kiss II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Magical Leaf II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Copycat II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Uproar II III IV V VI VII Move Tutor
174Igglybuff.png
Igglybuff
Icy Wind II III IV V VI VII TM in II/Move TutorE in III
Charm II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Sweet Kiss II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Copycat II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Uproar II III IV V VI VII Move Tutor
175Togepi.png
Togepi
Uproar II III IV V VI VII Move Tutor
236Tyrogue.png
Tyrogue
Tackle II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Helping Hand II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Fake Out II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Foresight* II III IV V VI VII Level Up (except DP)
Uproar II III IV V VI VII Move Tutor
238Smoochum.png
Smoochum
Sweet Kiss II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Confusion II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Sing II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Lucky Chant II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Copycat II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Uproar II III IV V VI VII Move Tutor
239Elekid.png
Elekid
Uproar II III IV V VI VII Move Tutor
240Magby.png
Magby
Uproar II III IV V VI VII Move Tutor
447Riolu.png
Riolu
Reversal II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Screech II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Copycat II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Endure II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Nasty Plot II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Final Gambit II III IV V VI VII Level Up
Force Palm II III IV V VI VII Level Up

Incense babies

Mantyke doesn't learn any move that Mantine couldn't, and their pool of Egg Moves overlap.

Pokémon Move Generation Method acquiring
298Azurill.png
Azurill
Refresh III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Bubble III IV V VI VII Level Up (except B2W2)
Splash III IV V VI VII Level Up
Charm III IV V VI VII Level Up
Slam III IV V VI VII Level Up and Egg Move
Encore III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Sing III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Tickle III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Fake Tears III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Uproar III IV V VI VII Level Up
Soak III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Copycat III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Bounce* III IV V VI VII Level Up
183Marill.png
Marill
Amnesia III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Belly Drum III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Future Sight III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Perish Song III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Present III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Supersonic III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Aqua Jet III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Body Slam III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Superpower III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Muddy Water III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Water Sport III IV V VI VII Egg Move
Camouflage III IV V VI VII Egg Move
360Wynaut.png
Wynaut
Splash III IV V VI VII Level Up
Charm III IV V VI VII Level Up
Encore III IV V VI VII Level Up
Tickle III IV V VI VII Event move
406Budew.png
Budew
Water Sport IV V VI VII Level Up
Worry Seed* IV V VI VII Level Up
Uproar IV V VI VII Move Tutor
Extrasensory IV V VI VII Egg Move
315Roselia.png
Roselia
Bullet Seed IV V VI VII Egg Move
Power Whip IV V VI VII Egg Move (in USUM)
433Chingling.png
Chingling
Last Resort* IV V VI VII Level Up
Entrainment IV V VI VII Level Up
Recover IV V VI VII Egg Move
358Chimecho.png
Chimecho
Crafty Shield IV V VI VII Egg Move (in USUM)
Perish Song IV V VI VII Egg Move (in USUM)
438Bonsly.png
Bonsly
Fake Tears IV V VI VII Level Up
Uproar IV V VI VII Move Tutor
439Mime Jr.png
Mime Jr.
Tickle IV V VI VII Level Up
Uproar IV V VI VII Move Tutor
Charm IV V VI VII Egg Move
Healing Wish IV V VI VII Egg Move
Psychic Terrain IV V VI VII Egg Move (in USUM)
122Mr. Mime.png
Mr. Mime
Follow Me IV V VI VII Event move
440Happiny.png
Happiny
Charm IV V VI VII Level Up
Copycat IV V VI VII Level Up
Sweet Kiss IV V VI VII Level Up
Uproar IV V VI VII Move Tutor
Last Resort IV V VI VII Egg Move
113Chansey.png
Chansey
Sweet Scent IV V VI VII Event move
Wish IV V VI VII Event move
Seismic Toss IV V VI VII Egg Move
446Munchlax.png
Munchlax
Metronome IV V VI VII Level Up
Odor Sleuth IV V VI VII Level Up
Screech IV V VI VII Level Up
Stockpile IV V VI VII Level Up
Swallow IV V VI VII Level Up
Last Resort* IV V VI VII Level Up
Uproar IV V VI VII Move Tutor
Recycle* IV V VI VII Level Up
Snatch IV V VI VII Level Up
Natural Gift IV V VI VII Level Up
Self-Destruct IV V VI VII Egg Move
143Snorlax.png
Snorlax
Refresh IV V VI VII Egg Move
Fissure IV V VI VII Egg Move

Interviews

Date Interviewee Topic Source
Interview
XXX, XXX, XXX Tetsuo Yajima XY Anime [1]
  • The kiss scene is indeed meant to be Serena kissing Satoshi, and his reaction to it is surprised awe, any ambiguity the scene has is so they could get it on TV in the first place.
  • Likewise, you're meant to hope and assume the two of them are going to become a couple later.
  • The idea to have a romance subplot apparently came from producer Shukichi Kanda, who came up with the idea of portraying things through a female lead's admiration for Satoshi, which then led to the suggestion that they'd have a flashback to a childhood meeting with romantic implications.
  • Yajima did not know exactly how long the series would last, only that it would have to end when the next games came out.
  • Alan was always meant to be part of the main series. The reason the four Mega specials were made was because it would be difficult to set up his backstory and development in the series itself, so he came up with the idea of giving him his own episodes that could establish his character. The idea to give these episodes a mega evolution theme came later, and was also his idea (so they were not made or the purpose of marketing megas, or in order to test the water for a series with another main character or any other such theory).
  • Also, Alan is meant to be an "Anakin Skywalker-type character", someone who turns to the dark side to protect those he loves.
  • Satoshi's XY design was primarily Yajima's, and the idea for his sideburns were taken from "a character from the video games named Red, which Satoshi is based on".
  • Yajima wanted to make the bond between Satoshi and Gekkouga a major part of the story, but felt it would be difficult to do so if it had to remain a Gekkouga, so he went to Game Freak, and they came up with the idea of a synchro transformation. It was put in Sun/Moon afterwards, but was created during this discussion between anime staff and GF.
  • The interviewer notes that Okido didn't appear at all outside of episode 3, and that Okido's lecture segment getting replaced with PokeTV when XY&Z started meant that Okido didn't appear at all throughout all of XY&Z (the interview was conducted before XY&Z47 had aired) and asks if there was a reason for this. Yajima confirms this was a complete oversight, not something intentional. Presumably this goes for other callbacks to older series as well.
  • When XY&Z started, Yajima knew that the series had to wrap up everything in only a year, and they did a meeting to basically set up how the events of that year would go. He also specifically says that this is the reason there's minimal filler in XY&Z, there was absolutely no room.
  • Yajima wanted to drop the use of stock footage completely, but this wasn't possible to do, so they went with creating stock foreground footage that could have different backgrounds added to it instead.
Nintendo DREAM November 2009 issue Morimoto Shigeki Lugia [2]

In TCG

CaterpieBaseSet45.jpg
Base Set 45
CaterpieVendingS1.jpg
Vending S1
CaterpieNeoDiscovery53.jpg
Neo Discovery 53
CaterpieSampleSet.jpg
Sample Set
CaterpieExpedition96.jpg
Expedition 96
CaterpieEXFireRedLeafGreen56.jpg
EX FireRed & LeafGreen 56
CaterpieGreatEncounters63.jpg
Great Encounters 63
CaterpieHeartGoldSoulSilver57.jpg
HeartGold & SoulSilver 57
CaterpieFlashfire1.jpg
Flashfire 1
CaterpieCollectionSun1.jpg
Sun & Moon 1
CaterpieBurningShadows1.jpg
Burning Shadows 1
CaterpieFullMetalWall2.jpg
Unbroken Bonds 2
CaterpieHiddenFates1.jpg
Hidden Fates 1
CaterpieRebelClash1.jpg
Rebel Clash 1

Types

Types
Normal icon SwSh.png Normal
Fire icon SwSh.png Fire
Fighting icon SwSh.png Fighting
Water icon SwSh.png Water
Flying icon SwSh.png Flying
Grass icon SwSh.png Grass
Poison icon SwSh.png Poison
Electric icon SwSh.png Electric
Ground icon SwSh.png Ground
Psychic icon SwSh.png Psychic
Rock icon SwSh.png Rock
Ice icon SwSh.png Ice
Bug icon SwSh.png Bug
Dragon icon SwSh.png Dragon
Ghost icon SwSh.png Ghost
Dark icon SwSh.png Dark
Steel icon SwSh.png Steel
Fairy icon SwSh.png Fairy
???

Type: Effectivness

Version A

Offensive of FlyingIC.png-type moves
Super effective (×2): Not very effective (×½): No effect (×0):
BugIC.png FightingIC.png GrassIC.png ElectricIC.png RockIC.png SteelIC.png None
Defensive of FlyingIC.png-type Pokémon
No effect (×0): Not very effective (×½): Super effective (×2):
GroundIC.png BugIC.png FightingIC.png GrassIC.png ElectricIC.png IceIC.png RockIC.png
Additional effects


Version B

Offensive of Flying icon SwSh.png Flying-type moves
Super effective (×2): Not very effective (×½): No effect (×0):
Bug icon SwSh.pngBugFighting icon SwSh.pngFightingGrass icon SwSh.pngGrass Electric icon SwSh.pngElectricRock icon SwSh.pngRockSteel icon SwSh.pngSteel None
Defensive of Flying icon SwSh.png Flying-type Pokémon
No effect (×0): Not very effective (×½): Super effective (×2):
Ground icon SwSh.pngGround Bug icon SwSh.pngBugFighting icon SwSh.pngFightingGrass icon SwSh.pngGrass Electric icon SwSh.pngElectricIce icon SwSh.pngIceRock icon SwSh.pngRock
Additional effects

Type icons

# Pokémon Types Egg Groups Level
I II III IV V VI VII VIII
056 Mankey Mankey FightingIC.png Field 29
057 Primeape Primeape FightingIC.png Field 29
886
Drakloak
Drakloak DragonIC.pngGhostIC.png Amorphous Dragon 36 36 36
887
Dragapult
Dragapult DragonIC.pngGhostIC.png Amorphous Dragon 36 36 36

Alleged designers

Source: [3] [4] [5]
Additional sources: [6]

  • - Sourced
  • - Not even alleged source
Ken Sugimori
Bulbasaur
Ivysaur
Venusaur
Blastoise
Spearow
Nidoran♀
Nidoqueen
Nidoran♂
Nidoking
Clefairy
Diglett
Dugtrio
Slowpoke
Slowbro
Magnemite
Magneton
Grimer
Gastly
Haunter
Gengar
Onix
Voltorb
Exeggcute
Exeggutor
Exeggutor
Cubone
Lickitung
Rhyhorn
Rhydon
Kangaskhan
Staryu
Gyarados
Lapras
Snorlax
Mewtwo
Hoothoot
Pichu
Sudowoodo
Torchic
Combusken
Blaziken
Latias
Latios
Kyogre
Groudon
Rotom
Dialga
Palkia
Manaphy
Lillipup
Stoutland
Throh
Sawk
Klink
Klang
Klinklang
Heatmor
Durant
Reshiram
Zekrom
Xerneas
Yveltal
Shigeki Morimoto
Diglett
Meowth
Mankey
Tauros
Dragonite
Mew
Shuckle
Piloswine
Atsuko Nishida
Bulbasaur
Charmander
Charmeleon
Charizard
Charizard
Squirtle
Wartortle
Caterpie
Metapod
Butterfree
Weedle
Kakuna
Beedrill
Pikachu
Raichu
Raichu
Vulpix
Ninetales
Oddish
Gloom
Vileplume
Poliwag
Poliwhirl
Poliwrath
Bellsprout
Weepinbell
Victreebel
Ponyta
Rapidash
Vaporeon
Dratini
Dragonair
Mareep
Flaaffy
Ampharos
Espeon
Umbreon
Kricketot
Kricketune
Leafeon
Glaceon
Munna
Musharna
Cottonee
Whimsicott
Petilil
Lilligant
Zorua
Zorua
Zoroark
Zoroark
Minccino
Cinccino
Karrablast
Sylveon
Motofumi Fujiwara
Eevee
Jolteon
Flareon
Rotom
Hironobu Yoshida
Wobbuffet
Dunsparce
Celebi
Rayquaza
Deoxys
Deoxys
Deoxys
Deoxys
Magmortar
Rotom
Darkrai
Muneo Saitō
Raikou
Entei
Suicune
Takao Unno
Whismur
Loudred
Chimchar
Monferno
Infernape
Buizel
Garchomp
Garchomp
Croagunk
Purrloin
Pansage
Pansear
Panpour
Archen
Bouffalant
Rufflet
Braviary
Cobalion
Terrakion
Virizion
Zeraora
Yusuke Ohmura
Piplup
Prinplup
Empoleon
Rotom
Oshawott
Dewott
Samurott
Tynamo
Eelektrik
Eelektross
Kyurem
Kyurem
Kyurem
Froakie
Frogadier
Greninja
Xerneas
Yveltal
Zacian
Zamazenta
Kubfoo
Urshifu
Urshifu
Urshifu
Urshifu
Kenkichi Toyama
Drapion
Hiroki Fuchino
Rotom
Woobat
Drilbur
Sandile
Krokorok
Krookodile
Emi Yoshida
Happiny
HyunJung Lee
Rotom
Tepig
Pignite
Emboar
Blitzle
Zebstrika
Deerling
Deerling
Deerling
Deerling
Sawsbuck
Sawsbuck
Sawsbuck
Sawsbuck
Bunnelby
Saya Tsuruta
Audino
Joltik
Galvantula
Fletchling
Fletchinder
Spritzee
Aromatisse
Goomy
Sliggoo
Goodra
Morelull
Shiinotic
Indeedee
Indeedee
Mana Ibe
Victini
Herdier
Darumaka
Darmanitan
Emolga
Frillish
Frillish
Jellicent
Jellicent
Axew
Fraxure
Haxorus
Stunfisk
Klefki
Reiko Tanoue
Snivy
Servine
Serperior
Pidove
Sewaddle
Swadloon
Leavanny
James Turner
Lugia
Vanillite
Vanillish
Vanilluxe
Golett
Golurk
Vullaby
Mandibuzz
Phantump
Trevenant
Buzzwole
Guzzlord
Poipole
Naganadel
Gengar
Centiskorch
Centiskorch
Sinistea
Polteageist
Zigzagoon
Linoone
Obstagoon
Megumi Mizutani
Audino
Audino
Mienshao
Pancham
Mimikyu
Growlithe
Arcanine
Tomohiro Kitakaze
Venipede
Whirlipede
Scolipede
Shelmet
Escavalier
Charizard
Mewtwo
Tomohiko Ōkubo
Pawniard
Bisharp
Keiko Moritsugu
Reuniclus
Hitoshi Ariga
Beedrill
Pangoro
Honedge
Doublade
Aegislash
Inkay
Malamar
Tyrunt
Tyrantrum
Amaura
Aurorus
Geodude
Graveler
Golem
Grimer
Muk
Grubbin
Charjabug
Vikavolt
Minior
Drampa
Necrozma
Rookidee
Corvisquire
Corviknight
Arctozolt
Dracozolt
Dracovish
Arctovish
Sneasel
Sneasler
Kensaku Nabana
Golisopod

Z-Move

Gen Z-Crystal Z-Move Category Base Move Exclusivity
VII Dream Ghostium Z Sprite.png Never-Ending Nightmare Physical Physical Ghost-type move None
Special Special Ghost-Type move
VII Dream Decidium Z Sprite.png Sinister Arrow Raid Physical Spirit Shackle 724MS8.png
Decidueye
VII Dream Marshadium Z Sprite.png Soul-Stealing 7-Star Strike Physical Spectral Thief 802MS8.png
Marshadow
VII Dream Lunalium Z Sprite.png Menacing Moonraze Maelstrom Special Moongeist Beam 792MS8.png800DWMS8.png
Lunala and Dusk Wing Necrozma


Contest -> Effect of Basic Z-Move
Gen Move Category Power Accuracy PP Basic Z-Move Target Description
I Confuse Ray Status 100% 10 (max 16) +1 Sp. Attack
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The target is exposed to a sinister ray that triggers confusion.
I Lick Physical 30 100% 30 (max 48) Power: 100
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The target is licked with a long tongue, causing damage. This may also leave the target with paralysis.

Type-changing evolution

Preevolved Pokémon Evolved Pokémon
005
Charmeleon
Charmeleon Fire 006
Charizard
Charizard Fire Flying
011
Metapod
Metapod Bug 012
Butterfree
Butterfree Bug Flying
025
Pikachu
Pikachu Electric 026
Raichu
Alolan Form
Raichu
Electric Psychic
030
Nidorina
Nidorina Poison 031
Nidoqueen
Nidoqueen Poison Ground
033
Nidorino
Nidorino Poison 034
Nidoking
Nidoking Poison Ground
037
Vulpix
Alolan Form
Vulpix
Ice 038
Ninetales
Alolan Form
Ninetales
Ice Fairy
061
Poliwhirl
Poliwhirl Water 062
Poliwrath
Poliwrath Water Fighting
077
Ponyta
Galarian Form
Ponyta
Psychic 078
Rapidash
Galarian Form
Rapidash
Psychic Fairy
079
Slowpoke
Galarian Form
Slowpoke
Psychic 080
Slowbro
Galarian Form
Slowbro
Poison Psychic
086
Seel
Seel Water 087
Dewgong
Dewgong Water Ice
090
Shellder
Shellder Water 091
Cloyster
Cloyster Water Ice
102
Exeggcute
Exeggcute Grass Psychic 103
Exeggutor
Alolan Form
Exeggutor
Grass Dragon
104
Cubone
Cubone Ground 105
Marowak
Alolan Form
Marowak
Fire Ghost
109
Koffing
Koffing Poison 110
Weezing
Galarian Form
Weezing
Poison Fairy
120
Staryu
Staryu Water 121
Starmie
Starmie Water Psychic
439
Mime Jr.
Mime Jr. Psychic Fairy 122
Mr. Mime
Galarian Form
Mr. Mime
Ice Psychic
129
Magikarp
Magikarp Water 130
Gyarados
Gyarados Water Flying
133
Eevee
Eevee Normal 134
Vaporeon
Vaporeon Water
133
Eevee
Eevee Normal 135
Jolteon
Jolteon Electric
133
Eevee
Eevee Normal 136
Flareon
Flareon Fire
148
Dragonair
Dragonair Dragon 149
Dragonite
Dragonite Dragon Flying
156
Quilava
Quilava Fire 157
Typhlosion
Hisuian Form
Typhlosion
Fire Ghost
175
Togepi
Togepi(II-V) Normal 176
Togetic
Togetic(II-V) Normal Flying
175
Togepi
Togepi(VI+) Fairy 176
Togetic
Togetic(VI+) Fairy Flying
044
Gloom
Gloom Grass Poison 182
Bellossom
Bellossom Grass
298
Azurill
Azurill(III-V) Normal 183
Marill
Marill(III-V) Water
298
Azurill
Azurill(VI+) Normal Fairy 183
Marill
Marill(VI+) Water Fairy
133
Eevee
Eevee Normal 196
Espeon
Espeon Psychic
133
Eevee
Eevee Normal 197
Umbreon
Umbreon Dark
079
Slowpoke
Galarian Form
Slowpoke
Psychic 199
Slowking
Galarian Form
Slowking
Poison Psychic
204
Pineco
Pineco Bug 205
Forretress
Forretress Bug Steel
095
Onix
Onix Rock Ground 208
Steelix
Steelix Steel Ground
123
Scyther
Scyther Bug Flying 212
Scizor
Scizor Bug Steel
218
Slugma
Slugma Fire 219
Magcargo
Magcargo Fire Rock
117
Seadra
Seadra Water 230
Kingdra
Kingdra Water Dragon
247
Pupitar
Pupitar Rock Ground 248
Tyranitar
Tyranitar Rock Dark
255
Torchic
Torchic Fire 256
Combusken
Combusken Fire Fighting
258
Mudkip
Mudkip Water 259
Marshtomp
Marshtomp Water Ground
266
Silcoon
Silcoon Bug 267
Beautifly
Beautifly Bug Flying
268
Cascoon
Cascoon Bug 269
Dustox
Dustox Bug Poison
273
Seedot
Seedot Grass 274
Nuzleaf
Nuzleaf Grass Dark
283
Surskit
Surskit Bug Water 284
Masquerain
Masquerain Bug Flying
285
Shroomish
Shroomish Grass 286
Breloom
Breloom Grass Fighting
290
Nincada
Nincada Bug Ground 291
Ninjask
Ninjask Bug Flying
290
Nincada
Nincada Bug Ground 292
Shedinja
Shedinja Bug Ghost
328
Trapinch
Trapinch Ground 329
Vibrava
Vibrava Ground Dragon
331
Cacnea
Cacnea Grass 332
Cacturne
Cacturne Grass Dark
333
Swablu
Swablu Normal Flying 334
Altaria
Altaria Dragon Flying
341
Corphish
Corphish Water 342
Crawdaunt
Crawdaunt Water Dark
372
Shelgon
Shelgon Dragon 373
Salamence
Salamence Dragon Flying
388
Grotle
Grotle Grass 389
Torterra
Torterra Grass Ground
390
Chimchar
Chimchar Fire 391
Monferno
Monferno Fire Fighting
394
Prinplup
Prinplup Water 395
Empoleon
Empoleon Water Steel
399
Bidoof
Bidoof Normal 400
Bibarel
Bibarel Normal Water
412
Burmy
Burmy
Plant Cloak
Bug 413
Wormadam
Wormadam
Plant Cloak
Bug Grass
412
Burmy
Burmy
Sandy Cloak
Bug 413
Wormadam
Wormadam
Sandy Cloak
Bug Ground
412
Burmy
Burmy
Trash Cloak
Bug 413
Wormadam
Wormadam
Trash Cloak
Bug Steel
412
Burmy
Burmy Bug 414
Mothim
Mothim Bug Flying
422
Shellos
West Sea
Shellos
Water 423
Gastrodon
West Sea
Gastrodon
Water Ground
422
Shellos
East Sea
Shellos
Water 423
Gastrodon
East Sea
Gastrodon
Water Ground
447
Riolu
Riolu Fighting 448
Lucario
Lucario Fighting Steel
451
Skorupi
Skorupi Poison Bug 452
Drapion
Drapion Poison Dark
133
Eevee
Eevee Normal 470
Leafeon
Leafeon Grass
133
Eevee
Eevee Normal 471
Glaceon
Glaceon Ice
281
Kirlia
Kirlia(IV-V) Psychic 475
Gallade
Gallade(IV-V) Psychic Fighting
281
Kirlia
Kirlia(VI+) Psychic Fairy 475
Gallade
Gallade(VI+) Psychic Fighting
299
Nosepass
Nosepass Rock 476
Probopass
Probopass Rock Steel
361
Snorunt
Snorunt Ice 478
Froslass
Froslass Ice Ghost
499
Tepig
Tepig Fire 500
Pignite
Pignite Fire Fighting
502
Dewott
Dewott Water 503
Samurott
Hisuian Form
Samurott
Water Dark
529
Drilbur
Drilbur Ground 530
Excadrill
Excadrill Ground Steel
535
Tympole
Tympole Water 536
Palpitoad
Palpitoad Water Ground
548
Petilil
Petilil Grass 549
Lilligant
Hisuian Form
Lilligant
Grass Fighting
588
Karrablast
Karrablast Bug 589
Escavalier
Escavalier Bug Steel
627
Rufflet
Rufflet Normal Flying 628
Braviary
Hisuian Form
Braviary
Psychic Flying
651
Quilladin
Quilladin Grass 652
Chesnaught
Chesnaught Grass Fighting
654
Braixen
Braixen Fire 655
Delphox
Delphox Fire Psychic
657
Frogadier
Frogadier Water 658
Greninja
Greninja Water Dark
659
Bunnelby
Bunnelby Normal 660
Diggersby
Diggersby Normal Ground
661
Fletchling
Fletchling Normal Flying 662
Fletchinder
Fletchinder Fire Flying
665
Spewpa
Spewpa Bug 666
Vivillon
Vivillon Bug Flying
674
Pancham
Pancham Fighting 675
Pangoro
Pangoro Fighting Dark
690
Skrelp
Skrelp Poison Water 691
Dragalge
Dragalge Poison Dragon
133
Eevee
Eevee Normal 700
Sylveon
Sylveon Fairy
704
Goomy
Goomy Dragon 705
Sliggoo
Hisuian Form
Sliggoo
Dragon Steel
712
Bergmite
Bergmite Ice 713
Avalugg
Hisuian Form
Avalugg
Ice Rock
723
Dartrix
Dartrix Grass Flying 724
Decidueye
Decidueye Grass Ghost
723
Dartrix
Dartrix Grass Flying 724
Decidueye
Hisuian Form
Decidueye
Grass Fighting
726
Torracat
Torracat Fire 727
Incineroar
Incineroar Fire Dark
729
Brionne
Brionne Water 730
Primarina
Primarina Water Fairy
736
Grubbin
Grubbin Bug 737
Charjabug
Charjabug Bug Electric
739
Crabrawler
Crabrawler Fighting 740
Crabominable
Crabominable Fighting Ice
782
Jangmo-o
Jangmo-o Dragon 783
Hakamo-o
Hakamo-o Dragon Fighting
790
Cosmoem
Cosmoem Psychic 791
Solgaleo
Solgaleo Psychic Steel
790
Cosmoem
Cosmoem Psychic 792
Lunala
Lunala Psychic Ghost
803
Poipole
Poipole Poison 804
Naganadel
Naganadel Poison Dragon
822
Corvisquire
Corvisquire Flying 823
Corviknight
Corviknight Flying Steel
824
Blipbug
Blipbug Bug 825
Dottler
Dottler Bug Psychic
833
Chewtle
Chewtle Water 834
Drednaw
Drednaw Water Rock
837
Rolycoly
Rolycoly Rock 838
Carkol
Carkol Rock Fire
857
Hattrem
Hattrem Psychic 858
Hatterene
Hatterene Psychic Fairy
891
Kubfu
Kubfu Fighting 892
Urshifu
Urshifu
Single Strike Style
Fighting Dark
891
Kubfu
Kubfu Fighting 892
Urshifu
Urshifu
Rapid Strike Style
Fighting Water
234
Stantler
Stantler Normal 899
Wyrdeer
Wyrdeer Normal Psychic
123
Scyther
Scyther Bug Flying 900
Kleavor
Kleavor Bug Rock
217
Ursaring
Ursaring Normal 901
Ursaluna
Ursaluna Ground Normal
550
Basculin
Basculin Water 902
Basculegion
Basculegion Water Ghost


Preevolved Pokémon Mega Evolved Pokémon
006
Charizard
Charizard Fire Flying 006
Charizard
Mega
Charizard X
Fire Dragon
127
Pinsir
Pinsir Bug 127
Pinsir
Mega
Pinsir
Bug Flying
130
Gyarados
Gyarados Water Flying 130
Gyarados
Mega
Gyarados
Water Dark
150
Mewtwo
Mewtwo Psychic 150
Mewtwo
Mega
Mewtwo X
Psychic Fighting
181
Ampharos
Ampharos Electric 181
Ampharos
Mega
Ampharos
Electric Dragon
254
Sceptile
Sceptile Grass 254
Sceptile
Mega
Sceptile
Grass Dragon
306
Aggron
Aggron Steel Rock 306
Aggron
Mega
Aggron
Steel
334
Altaria
Altaria Dragon Flying 334
Altaria
Mega
Altaria
Dragon Fairy
428
Lopunny
Lopunny Normal 428
Lopunny
Mega
Lopunny
Normal Fighting
531
Audino
Audino Normal 531
Audino
Mega
Audino
Normal Fairy


Basic form Alternate form(s)
351
Castform
Castform Normal 351
Castform
Castform
Sunny Form
Fire
Normal 351
Castform
Castform
Rainy Form
Water
Normal 351
Castform
Castform
Snowy Form
Ice
383
Groudon
Groudon Ground 383
Groudon
Primal
Groudon
Ground Fire
479
Rotom
Rotom Electric Ghost 479
Rotom
Heat
Rotom
Electric Fire
Electric Ghost 479
Rotom
Wash
Rotom
Electric Water
Electric Ghost 479
Rotom
Frost
Rotom
Electric Ice
Electric Ghost 479
Rotom
Fan
Rotom
Electric Flying
Electric Ghost 479
Rotom
Mow
Rotom
Electric Grass
492
Shaymin
Shaymin
Land Forme
Grass 492
Shaymin
Shaymin
Sky Forme
Grass Flying
493
Arceus
Arceus Normal 493
Arceus
Arceus ???
555
Darmanitan
Darmanitan
Standard Mode
Fire 555
Darmanitan
Darmanitan
Zen Mode
Fire Psychic
555
Darmanitan
Galarian Form
Darmanitan
Standard Mode
Ice 555
Darmanitan
Galarian Form
Darmanitan
Zen Mode
Ice Fire
648
Meloetta
Meloetta
Aria Forme
Normal Psychic 648
Meloetta
Meloetta
Pireuette Forme
Normal Fighting
720
Hoopa
Hoopa
Confined
Psychic Ghost 720
Hoopa
Hoopa
Unbound
Psychic Dark
741
Oricorio
Oricorio
Baile Style
Fire Flying 741
Oricorio
Oricorio
Pom-Pom Style
Electric Flying
Fire Flying 741
Oricorio
Oricorio
Pa'u Style
Psychic Flying
Fire Flying 741
Oricorio
Oricorio
Sensu Style
Ghost Flying
773
Silvally
Silvally Normal 773
Silvally
Silvally ???
800
Necrozma
Necrozma Psychic 800
Necrozma
Dusk Mane
Necrozma
Psychic Steel
Psychic 800
Necrozma
Dawn Wings
Necrozma
Psychic Ghost
Psychic 800
Necrozma
Ultra
Necrozma
Psychic Dragon
888
Zacian
Zacian
Hero of Many Battles
Fairy 888
Zacian
Zacian
Crowned Sword
Fairy Steel
889
Zamazenta
Zamazenta
Hero of Many Battles
Fighting 889
Zamazenta
Zamazenta
Crowned Shield
Fighting Steel
898
Calyrex
Calyrex Psychic Grass 898
Calyrex
Ice Rider
Calyrex
Psychic Ice
Psychic Grass 898
Calyrex
Shadow Rider
Calyrex
Psychic Ghost

HM Slave

Kanto
Pokémon Available Cut Flash Fly Surf Strength Rock Smash Waterfall
043MS6.png Oddish Route 25RYFR
069MS6.png Bellsprout Route 25BYLG
079MS6.png Slowpoke Safari ZoneRBYLG
083MS6.png Farfetch'd Vermilion City
098MS6.png Krabby Route 19 FRLG FRLG
131MS6.png Lapras Silph Co. FRLG FRLG
145MS6.png Zapdos Kanto Power Plant FRLG
Johto
Pokémon Available Flash Cut Rock Smash Surf Fly Whirlpool Strength Waterfall Rock Climb
046MS6.png Paras Ilex Forest
054MS6.png Psyduck Route 35
055MS6.png Golduck Ilex Forest (Surf) HGSS
072MS6.png Tentacool Olivine City HGSS
083MS6.png Farfetch'd Route 39GSHGSS
Route 43C
Hoenn
Pokémon Available Cut Flash Rock Smash Strength Surf Fly Dive Waterfall Dig*
054MS6.png Psyduck Safari Zone
271MS6.png Lombre Evolve LotadSEAS
274MS6.png Nuzleaf Evolve SeedotREOR
290MS6.png Nincada Route 116
341MS6.png Corphish Route 117
342MS6.png Crawdaunt Evolve Corphish
Route 117ORAS
357MS6.png Tropius Route 119
Sinnoh
Pokémon Available Rock Smash Cut Defog Fly Surf Strength Rock Climb Waterfall Flash
054MS6.png Psyduck Oreburgh Gate
055MS6.png Golduck Celestic Town
357MS6.png Tropius Great MarshPt
397MS6.png Staravia Route 209
399MS6.png Bidoof Route 203
400MS6.png Bibarel Route 210
425MS6.png Drifloon Valley WindworksFr
426MS6.png Drifblim Evolve Drifloon
436MS6.png Bronzor Wayward Cave
456MS6.png Finneon Route 219
Unova
Pokémon Available Cut Fly Surf Strength Waterfall Flash Dive Rock Smash*
183MS6.png Marill Route 6B2W2
426MS6.png Drifblim Reversal MountainB2W2
504MS6.png Patrat Route 3BW
Route 20B2W2
505MS6.png Watchog Route 1BW
Route 7B2W2
580MS6.png Ducklett Driftveil Drawbridge
592MS6.png Frillish Driftveil CityBW
Route 4B2W2
627MS6.png Rufflet Route 10W
Route 23W2
Kalos
Pokémon Available Cut Fly Surf Strength Waterfall Rock Smash
341MS6.png Corphish Route 3
580MS6.png Ducklett Route 7
701MS6.png Hawlucha Route 10

Pokémon aliases

(Red/Green?)

Pokémon Aliases First mentioned
026A
Alolan Raichu Hodad US
037A
Alolan Vulpix Keokeo S
103
Exeggutor The Walking Tropical Rainforest FRLG
The Walking Jungle DP
118
Goldeen the Water Queen RB
the water dancer G
princess of the water UM
121
Starmie the gem of the sea R
124
Jynx the Queen of Ice Sw
130
Gyarados the deity of destruction US
146
Moltres the legendary bird of fire RB
the fire bird Stad
147
Dratini the Mirage Pokémon DP
148
Dragonair the divine Pokémon C
149
Dragonite sea guardian Stad
the Sea Incarnate US
171
Lanturn The Deep-Sea Star R
199
Slowking the sage of the sea UM
319
Sharpedo the Bully of the Sea R
the vicious and sly gangster of the sea E
ruffian of the seas FRLG
the bandit of the seas HGSS
359
Absol the disaster Pokémon R
330
Flygon the elemental spirit of the desert R
the Desert Spirit DP
373M
Mega Salamence the blood-soaked crescent M
425
Drifloon the Signpost for Wandering Spirits Pt
430
Honchkrow Summoner of Night Pt
452
Drapion the Sand Demon Sh
456
Finneon Beautifly of the Sea P
460
Abomasnow The Ice Monster P
480
Uxie The Being of Knowledge D
481
Mesprit The Being of Emotion D
482
Azelf The Being of Willpower D
551
Sandile the cleaner of the desert UM
553
Krookodile the Bully of the Sands Sw
575
Gothorita the Witch of Punishment Sw
637
Volcarona the rage of the sun US
645
Landorus The Guardian of the Fields B
730
Primarina songstress UM
746
Wishiwashi
School Form
demon of the sea USUM
770
Palossand The Beach Nightmare Sw
789
Cosmog the child of the stars M
790
Cosmoem the cocoon of the stars US
791
Solgaleo the Beast That Devours the Sun UM
792
Lunala the Beast That Calls the Moon US
858
Hatterene the Forest Witch Sh
858Gi
Gigantamax
Hatterene
the Raging Goddess Sh
888C
Zacian
Crowned Sword
the Fairy King’s Sword Sh
889C
Zamazenta
Crowned Shield
the Fighting Master’s Shield Sw
Other
719M
Mega Diancie the Royal Pink Princess ORAS (site)
793
Nihilego UB-01 Symbiont SM
794
Buzzwole UB-02 Absorption S
795
Pheromosa UB-02 Beauty M
796
Xurkitree UB-03 Lightning SM
797
Celesteela UB-04 Blaster M
798
Kartana UB-04 Blade S
799
Guzzlord UB-05 Glutton SM
800U
Ultra Necrozma the Blinding One USUM
803
Poipole UB Adhesive USUM
805
Stakataka UB Assembly UM
806
Blacephalon UB Burst US

Contests

Hoenn

Location Episode(s) Ribbon Winner First round Battle rounds
Rustboro Contest Hall.png
Rustboro City
All Things Bright and Beautifly! Rustboro Ribbon.png
Rustboro Ribbon
Janet Rustboro Ribbon.png
Janet

...

  • Semifinals:
  • Janet vs Unknown
  • Chaz vs Unknown
  • Final:
  • Janet's Beautifly vs Chaz's Venomoth
Slateport Contest Hall.png
Slateport City
Win, Lose or Drew! Slateport Ribbon.png
Slateport Ribbon
Robert Slateport Ribbon.png
Robert
  • Quarterfinals:
  • May's Beautilfy vs Drew's Roselia (win)
  • Semifinals:
  • Robert's Milotic (win) vs Drew'a Roselia
Fallarbor Contest Hall.png
Fallarbor Town
Come What May! Fallarbor Ribbon.png
Fallarbor Ribbon
May Fallarbor Ribbon.png
May
  • Drew's Roselia
  • Grace's Medicham
  • May's Beautifly
  • Jessica's Dustox (No. 22)
  • Unknown (No. 23, final)
  • Semifinals:
  • Jessica's Dustox vs May's Beautifly (won)
  • Drew's Roselia vs Grace's Medicham (won)
  • Final:
  • May's Beautifly (won) vs Grace's Medicham
Verdanturf Contest Hall.png
Verdanturf Town
Disguise Da Limit Verdanturf Ribbon.png
Verdanturf Ribbon
May Verdanturf Ribbon.png
May
  • Jesslana's Dustox (No. 1)
  • Charizard
  • Blastoise
  • May's Skitty (No. 21)
  • Phantom's Dusclops
  • Semifinals:
  • May's Skitty (won) vs Steffano's Wartortle
  • Jesslana's Dustox vs Phantom's Dusclops (won)
  • Final:
  • May's Skitty (won) vs Phantom's Dusclops
Rubello Contest Hall.png
Rubello Town
Cruisin' for a Losin' Rubello Ribbon.png
Rubello Ribbon
Drew Rubello Ribbon.png
Drew
  • May Beautifly (No. 12)
  • Savanah's Flareon
  • Drew's Roselia (final)
  • Semifinals:
  • Drew's Masquerain vs Sonny's Girafarig
  • May's Bulbasaur vs Savanah's Lairon
  • Final:
  • Drew's Masquerain vs Savanah's Lairon
Lilycove Contest Hall.png
Lilycove City
Pokéblock, Stock, and Berry
Lessons in Lilycove
Lilycove Ribbon.png
Lilycove Ribbon
May Lilycove Ribbon.png
May
  • May's Combusken (No. 1)
  • Kelly's Grumpig
  • Jessifina's Chimecho (final)
  • Quarterfinals:
  • May's Combusken vs Wingull
  • Jessifina's Chimecho vs Loudred
  • Kelly's Grumpig vs Raichu
  • Volbeat vs Sableye
  • Semifinals:
  • May's Combusken vs Jessifina's Chimecho
  • Final:
  • May's Combusken vs Kelly's Grumpig
Purika Contest Hall.png
Purika City
A Cacturne for the Worse Purika Ribbon.png
Purika Ribbon
May Purika Ribbon.png
May
  • May's Bulbasaur (No. 17)
  • Azurill
  • Camerupt
  • Tentacruel
  • Surskit
  • Harley's Cacturne (No. 30, final)
  • Semifinals:
  • Harley's Cacturne vs Azurill
  • May's Bulbasaur vs Surskit
  • Final:
  • Harley's Cacturne vs May's Bulbasaur
Pacifidlog Contest Hall.png
Pacifidlog Town
Mean With Envy
Pacifidlog Jam
Pacifidlog Ribbon.png
Pacifidlog Ribbon
May Pacifidlog Ribbon.png
May
  • Jester's Meowth
  • Juanita
  • Joshua's Houndoom
  • Erika's Jynx
  • May's Assist
  • Semifinals:
  • Erika's Jynx vs Jester's Meowth (disqualified)
  • Joshua's Houndoom vs May's Skitty
  • Final:
  • Erika's Jynx vs May's Skitty


Kanto

Location Episode(s) Ribbon Winner First round Battle rounds
Saffron Contest Hall.png
Saffron City
A Hurdle for Squirtle Saffron Ribbon.png
Saffron Ribbon
May Saffron Ribbon.png
May
  • Quarterfinals:
  • Semifinals:
  • Final:
  • Harley's Ariados vs May's Squirtle
Silver Town Kanto.png
Silver Town
Weekend Warrior Silver Ribbon.png
Silver Ribbon
May Silver Ribbon.png
May
  • Bellossom
  • Exeggutor
  • Farfetch'd
  • May's Squirtle
  • Jeremy's Butterfree

(15 coordinators)

  • Semifinals:
  • May's Combusken vs Exeggutor
  • Vileplume vs Jeremy's Venusaur
  • Final:
  • May's Combusken vs Jemery's Venusaur
Wisteria Contest Hall.png
Wisteria Town
Harley Rides Again 150px
Wisteria Ribbon
Harley Wisteria Ribbon.png
Harley
  • May's Squirtle
  • Rhydon
  • Camerupt
  • Machamp
  • Magneton
  • Harley's Ariados
  • Quarterfinals:
  • May's Munchlax vs Politoed
  • Final:
  • May's Munchlax vs Harley's Octillery
Chrysanthemum Contest Hall.png
Chrysanthemum Island
Spontaneous Combusken! Chrysanthemum Ribbon.png
Chrysanthemum Ribbon
May Chrysanthemum Ribbon.png
May
  • Jessibella's Mime Jr.
  • May's Munchlax
  • Briana's Susrkit
  • Hoothoot
  • Hypno
  • Blastoise
  • Castform (Sunny Form)
  • Quarterfinals:
  • May's Combusken vs Jessibelle's Mime Jr.
  • Briana's Vibrava vs Nidorina
  • Semifinals:
  • May's Combusken vs Skarmory
  • Briana's Vibrava vs Gardevoir
  • Final:
  • Briana's Vibrava vs May's Combusken
Gardenia Town.png
Gardenia Town
What I Did for Love! Gardenia Ribbon.png
Gardenia Ribbon
May Gardenia Ribbon.png
May
  • ...'s Raticate
  • May's Squirtle
  • Arbok
  • Sableye
  • Manectrike
  • Brock's Bonsly
  • Quarterfinals:
  • ...'s Absol vs Brock's Marshtomp
  • Final:
  • Brock's Marshtomp vs May's Eevee
Mulberry Contest Hall.png
Mulberry Town
New Plot, Odd Lot!
Going for Choke!
Mulberry Ribbon.png
Mulberry Ribbon
May Mulberry Ribbon.png
May
  • Feraligatr
  • Koffing
  • Clefable
  • Bagon
  • Clampearl
  • Altaria
  • Bellsprout
  • Jessibella's Cacturne
  • May's Combusken
  • Quarterfinals:
  • Jessibella's Banette vs Noctowl
  • May's Squirtle vs Skarmory
  • Final:
  • May's Squirtle vs Jessibella's Banette
Terracotta Contest Hall.png
Terracotta Town
Once More With Reeling!
Home is Where the Start Is!
Terracotta Ribbon.png
Terracotta Ribbon
Ash May Terracotta Ribbon.png
Ash/May
  • May's Eevee
  • Magikarp
  • Gloom
  • Charmeleon
  • Seel
  • Ash's Pikachu
  • Growlithe
  • Final:
  • Ash's Sceptile and May's Blaziken

Sinnoh

Location Episode(s) Ribbon Winner First round Battle rounds
Jubilife Contest Hall.png
Jubilife City
Mounting a Coordinator Assault!
Arrival of a Rival!
Jubilife Ribbon.png
Jubilife Ribbon
Zoey Jubilife Ribbon.png
Zoey
  • Quarterfinals:
  • Semifinals:
  • Dawn's Buneary vs Zoey's Glameow (win)
  • Final:
Floaroma Contest Hall.png
Floaroma Town
Getting the Pre-Contest Titters!
Settling a Not-So-Old Score!
Floaroma Ribbon.png
Floaroma Ribbon
Dawn Floaroma Ribbon.png
Dawn
  • Dawn's Pachirisu
  • Buizel
  • Magmar
  • Sealeo
  • Koffing
  • Kricketune
  • Magneton
  • Jessilina's Seviper
  • Kenny's Alakazam
  • Quarterfinals:
  • Jessilina's Dustox vs Dawn's Piplup
  • Solrock vs Sneasel
  • Kenny's Prinplup vs Nidoking
  • Semifinals:
  • Dawn's Piplup vs Bagon
  • Kenny's Prinplup vs Solrock
  • Final:
  • Dawn's Piplup vs Kenny's Prinplup
Alamos Town Contest Hall.png
Alamos Town
The Rise of Darkrai
(end credits)
150px
Alamos Ribbon
Allegra Alamos Ribbon.png
Allegra
  • Dawn' Piplup
  • Kai's Empoleon vs Maury's Torterra
  • Dawn's Piplup vs Allegra Infernape
Hearthome Contest Hall.png
Hearthome City
Dawn's Early Night! Hearthome Ribbon.png
Hearthome Ribbon
Nando
  • Nando's Sunflora and Kricketune
  • Solrock and Lunatone
  • Steelix and Smoochum
  • Duskull and Psyduck
  • Cubone and Marowak
  • Dawn's Piplup and Pachirisu
  • Jessilina's Mime Jr. and Cacnea
  • Zeoy's Shellos and Glameow
  • Semifinals:
  • Nando's Roselia and Kricketune vs Jessilina's Seviper and Dustox
  • Final:
  • Nando vs Zoey
150px
Sage Town
Throwing the Track Switch 150px
Sage Ribbon
Kenny

Unknown

  • Final:
  • Kenny's Prinplup vs Unknown
Solaceon Contest Hall.png
Solaceon Town
Team Shocker! Solaceon Ribbon.png
Solaceon Ribbon
Jessilina Solaceon Ribbon.png
Jessilina (Jessie in disguise)
  • Kenny's Breloom (No. 1)
  • Exploud
  • Rattata
  • Dusclops
  • Dunsparce
  • Steelix
  • Jessilina's Dustox
  • Dawn's Ambipom
  • Final:
  • Kenny's Prinplup vs Jessilina's Dustox
Lake Valor Contest Hall.png
Lake Valor
Wallace Cup
Staging a Heroes' Welcome!
Pruning a Passel of Pals!
Strategy with a Smile!
Aqua Ribbon.png
Aqua Ribbon
Dawn Aqua Ribbon.png
Dawn
  • May's Wartortle (No. 1)
  • Chatot
  • Vulpix
  • Venomoth
  • Sharpedo
  • Kyle's Cloyster
  • Jessilina's Wobbuffet
  • Zoey's Finneon
  • Ash's Buizel
  • Dawn's Ambipom
  • Ursula (mentioned in Another One Gabites the Dust!)
  • Eighth-finals:
  • Dawn's Buneary vs Wailmer
  • Ash's Buizel vs Kecleon
  • Zoey's Shellos vs Mareep
  • May's Skitty vs Exeggutor
  • Quarterfinals:
  • Dawn's Pachirisu vs Pelipper
  • Ash's Buizel vs Kyle's Lanturn
  • Zoey's Misdreavus vs Mothim
  • May's Venusaur vs Marill
  • Semifinals:
  • Dawn's Piplup vs Kyle's Crawdaunt
  • Zoey's Glameow vs May's Beautifly
  • Final:
  • Dawn's Piplup vs May's Glaceon
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Celestic Town
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Dawn
  • Lyla's Cherrim
  • Delibird
  • Crawdaunt
  • Nosepass
  • Donphan
  • Jessilina's Yanmega
  • Dawn's Buneary
  • Quarterfinals:
  • Lyla's Delcatty vs Donphan
  • Dawn's Ambipom vs Delibird
  • Semifinals:
  • Lyla's Delcatty vs Crawdaunt
  • Dawn's Ambipom vs Nosepass
  • Final:
  • Dawn's Ambipom vs Lyla's Delcatty
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Majolica Town
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Jessilina (Jessie in disguise)
  • Jessilina's Yanmega

Unknown

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Gerbera Town
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Beach Rose Town
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Chocovine Town
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Dawn
  • Dawn's Buneary (No. 1)
  • Duskull
  • Skorupi
  • Magcargo
  • Marill
  • Jessilina's Yanmega
  • Ursula's Wormandam (Sandy Cloak)
  • Quarterfinals:
  • Dawn's Pachirisu vs Weavile
  • Jessilia's Carnivine vs Hippopotas
  • Ursula's Gabite vs Hariyama
  • Semifinals:
  • Jessilina's Carnivine vs Ursula's Gabite
  • Final:
  • Dawn's Pachirisu vs Ursula's Gabite
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Sandalstraw Town
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Kenny
  • Jessilina's Mime Jr.
  • Seedot
  • Shellder
  • Bronzong
  • Masquerain
  • Smoochum
  • Kenny's Machoke
  • Dawn's Ambipom
  • Quarterfinals:
  • Jessilina's Seviper vs Gastrodon (West Sea)
  • Dawn's Ambipom vs Haunter
  • Drowzee vs Stunky
  • Kenny's Prinplup vs Flareon
  • Semifinals:
  • Jessilina's Seviper vs Dawn's Ambipom
  • Final:
  • Kenny's Prinplup vs Dawn's Ambipom
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Lilypad Town
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Jessilina (James in disguise)
  • Dawn's Piplup
  • Sentret
  • Jumpluff
  • Tyranitar
  • Magby
  • Hitmontop
  • Jessilina's Meowth
  • Quarterfinals:
  • Dawn's Mamoswine vs Mario's Granbull
  • Jessilina's Carnivine vs Corsola
  • Shuckle vs Flaaffy
  • Tyrogue vs Meganium
  • Semifinals:
  • Dawn's Mamoswine vs Jessilina's Carnivine
  • Final:
  • Jessilina's Carnivine vs Tyrogue
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Brussel Town
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Zoey
  • Zoey
  • Rebecca
  • Jessilina
  • Final:
  • Zoey's Glameow vs Rebecca's Shuckle
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Daybreak Town
Yes in Dee Dee, It's Dawn!
Playing the Performance Encore!
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Dawn
  • Jessilina's Carnivine and Seviper (No. 1)
  • Hitmontop and Corsola
  • Roserade and Purugly
  • Chingling and Chimecho
  • Snorlax and Wooper
  • Dawn's Piplup and Buneary
  • Ursula's Gabite and Jigglypuff
  • Quarterfinals:
  • Ursula's Plusle and Minun vs Jessilina's Yanmega and Seviper
  • Shroomish and Slakoth vs Lickilicky and Weavile
  • Ivysaur and Yogetic vs Magcargo and Stantler
  • Dawn's Mamoswine and Cyndaquil vs Mightyena and Houndoom
  • Semifinals:
  • Dawn's Mamoswine and Cyndaquil vs Unknown
  • Ursula's Plusle and Minun vs Unknown
  • Final:
  • Dawn's Mamoswine and Cyndaquil vs Ursula's Plusle and Minun
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Neighborly Town
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Jessilina (Jessie in disguise)
  • Jessilina's Seviper
  • Final:
  • Jessilina's Seviper vs Unknown
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Arrowroot Town
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Dawn (Princess Salvia in disguise; gave up the ribbon to Jessilina)
  • Magnemite
  • Camerupt
  • Dewgong
  • Jessilina's Yanmega
  • Dawn's Togekiss
  • Quarterfinals or/and Semifinals:
  • Mantyke vs Electabuzz
  • Abomasnow vs Pinsir
  • Dawn's Togekiss vs Probopass
  • Jessie's Yanmega vs Starmie
  • Final:
  • Jessilina's Seviper vs Dawn's Togekiss
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Pocket Monsters Encyclopedia

Source: [7] [8] [9]

Pokemon Entry
Introduction It is said that Pocket Monsters (colloquially shortened to Pokémon) first appeared some 2 million years ago. The first systematic study of Pokémon was undertaken in the late 18th century by a French author, Baron Tajirin. At the time, only 30 species had been discovered. Nevertheless the detailed data and sketches left by Baron Tajirin became the foundations for study thereafter. From France, research into Pokémon spread throughout western Europe to include England, Germany, Spain, and Italy. In line with the incredible progress of transportation technology, the academic movement found a home in Japan at the end of the 19th century. Professor Nishinomori is said to be the father of Pokémon studies in our country. In 1899, he published the paper “An Observation on the Evolution of Pikachu.” It described how two Pokémon– which had been thought to be 2 entirely different creatures– were actually the same. One was simply the evolved form. As a result of this breakthrough, Pokémon research entered a new phase of discovery, earning Prof. Nishinomori worldwide recognition. Because of his paper, Japan came to be known as a leader in the study of Pokémon. Incidentally, 80 Pokémon species had been discovered by then. As of 1996, thanks to the investigative and research efforts of Prof. Oak, 150 species of Pokémon have been discovered. We are gradually gaining insights into their behavior, lifecycle, evolution, nature and so on. This guidebook examines the presently discovered 150 species of Pokémon by their habitats such as grasslands, mountains, and near bodies of water. The descriptive text for each Pokémon includes only facts known to date. It must also be noted that not all species of Pokémon have been discovered. We intend to continue with our research with the intention of publishing updated guides when new Pokémon are found.
Grasslands Our country is home to many species of Pokémon. Up to now, an amazing 150 have been discovered. The largest number was found in grasslands. Being rich in food sources, it appears that grasslands represent an environment in which they can thrive. Many of the grassland-dwelling Pokémon are people-friendly and placid in nature.
058MS6.png Growlithe “#1. Growlithe: Friendly toward people with a loyal nature. Faced with an enemy, they bark and bite to drive their foe away. Cinnabar Island is famous as a home to many Fire-type Pokémon, with Growlithe being no exception. The island was once an active volcano, but is now dormant. Its unique ecosphere is thought to have strongly influenced its native Pokémon. Recent research revealed that this Pokémon’s evolution is dependent on a stone.”
077MS6.png Ponyta “#2. Ponyta: Their light body is supported by incredibly strong legs. They can clear Tokyo Tower in one jump. While this herbivore is peaceful, care must be taken when shoeing them – they can kick.”
078MS6.png Rapidash “#3. Rapidash: Ponyta’s evolution. They can run up to 240 kmh. They can keep pace with a Shinkansen bullet train while enveloping themselves in flames. They obey people dutifully.”
052MS6.png Meowth “#4. Meowth: Being nocturnal, they sleep through the day. At night, they prowl their territory with eyes aglow. They are a happily beneficial Pokémon that can earn their trainer pocket change using their Pay Day move.”
053MS6.png Persian “#5. Persian: Fickle and ferocious. Beware if they raise their tail straight. It’s a sure sign they are preparing to leap and bite. Due to their gorgeous coat, many women keep them as trophy pets.”
056MS6.png Mankey “#6. Mankey: Light on their feet and extremely volatile. They can fly into a rage and rampage uncontrollably. While they are usually in good spirits, their disposition can change instantly at the slightest provocation. Some researchers point to a calcium deficiency.”
057MS6.png Primeape “#7. Primeape: Mankey’s evolution. They are always enraged. They will give chase and will not stop however far one runs. It’s all over if you lock eyes with one.”
106MS6.png Hitmonlee “#8. Hitmonlee: Their legs can be freely extended and contracted. Kicks can be delivered to even faraway foes. They are surprisingly docile when they are not fighting. Also known as “The Demon of Kickboxing.”
107MS6.png Hitmonchan “#9. Hitmonchan: A Pokémon inhabited by the spirit of a pro boxer. They throw punches faster than a Shinkansen bullet train. Although their habitat is unknown, based on their behavior, they have been categorized as a grassland Pokémon, the same as Hitmonlee.”
111MS6.png Rhyhorn “#10. Rhyhorn: While they lack intelligence, they have plenty of power. Their ramming can shatter even building towers. They are not suited as house pets.”
112MS6.png Rhydon “#11. Rhydon: Evolving from Rhyhorn made this Pokémon stand on their hind legs. This process prompts development of their brain and intelligence. While evolution makes them easier to raise, they remain as rough as ever. Their horn can punch holes through even boulders.”
001MS6.png Bulbasaur “#12. Bulbasaur: They are born with a seed implanted on their back that grows large over time. Researchers have argued over six years on the issue of whether this Pokémon should be classified as an animal or a plant. The issue remains undecided.”
002MS6.png Ivysaur “#13. Ivysaur: Bulbasaur’s evolution. The plant on their back has grown to a bud. It absorbs nutrients and blooms as a large flower.”
003MS6.png Venusaur “#14. Venusaur: Ivysaur’s evolution. Their flower wafts a dreamily intoxicating aroma that pacifies those spoiling for a fight. It remains unclear as to what they eat to maintain their bulk of 2 meter height and 100 kilogram weight. Because they often rest unmoving in sunlit places, there is strong support for the hypothesis that they photosynthesize.”
027MS6.png Sandshrew “#15. Sandshrew: They dig and live in burrows. When threatened, they curl up to protect themselves. Besides grasslands, they also appear in mountainous environments.”
004MS6.png Charmander “#16. Charmander: Right from birth a flame burns at the end of their tail. They cannot survive if the flame were to go out. Smokers often keep them in the place of lighters.”
005MS6.png Charmeleon “#17. Charmeleon: Charmander’s evolution. They flail with their tail to mow down foes, and then shred enemies with their sharp claws. Their powerful tail can hoist five adults (approximately 300 kilograms).”
006MS6.png Charizard “#18. Charizard: Charmeleon’s evolution. Capable of flying up to 1,400 meters in altitude using their wings. (This figure was accepted as fact when droppings thought to be theirs were found mid-level on Mt. Fuji.) They breathe fire that can even melt boulders.”
028MS6.png Sandslash “#19. Sandslash: Sandshrew’s evolution. They scurry about quickly. They are adept at attacking using the pointed spines on their back and their sharp claws.”
029MS6.png Nidoran♀ “#20. Nidoran♀: Although small, they have venomous needles with devastating power. The females have a smaller horn than the males. Their breeding period comes every year in spring. At the end of summer they lay two eggs that hatch in two weeks, one male and one female. Baby Nidoran are just 10 centimeters long.”
030MS6.png Nidorina “#21. Nidorina: Being female, they are placid in nature. They emit ultrasonic cries that can allure enemies. While they are the evolved form of Nidoran♀, they lose the ability to lay eggs upon evolution.”
031MS6.png Nidoqueen “#22. Nidoqueen: Their body is cloaked in stiff, needlelike scales that stand up when they become agitated. As they grow, they learn powerful moves like Mega Punch and Fire Blast. While they are thought to be the final evolution of Nidoran♀, it is said a special stone is needed to evolve.”
037MS6.png Vulpix “#23. Vulpix: They have six gorgeous tails that increase in number as they grow. They are thought to be related to foxes.”
032MS6.png Nidoran♂ “#24. Nidoran♂: They flap their large ears like butterfly wings when straining to hear faraway sounds. They extend venomous needles when angered. In their breeding season, their horn glows in seven colors for wooing females. Apparently, the larger the horn, the more appealing to females.”
033MS6.png Nidorino “#25. Nidorino: They are easily angered. They flail with their well-developed horn to skewer even diamonds. While they are the evolved form of Nidoran♂, unlike Nidorina, they do not lose their breeding ability.”
034MS6.png Nidoking “#26. Nidoking: Their rock-hard hide and long claws are distinguishing characteristics. The horn is also venomous. Like Nidoqueen, they can learn powerful moves. They appear to shy away from fighting Nidoqueen.”
038MS6.png Ninetales “#27. Ninetales: Vulpix’s evolution. They are clad in a golden fur and have nine long tails. They are long-living Pokémon that are said to live for a thousand years. There is even a saying, “Ninetales, a thousand years, Blastoise, ten thousand years.”
102MS6.png Exeggcute “#28. Exeggcute: While they appear to be eggs of some sort, recent studies identified them to be creatures similar to plant seeds. While some researchers claim that they are the same as the plant growing out of Bulbasaur’s back, that theory is yet to be proven.”
103MS6.png Exeggutor “#29. Exeggutor: Also known as the walking tropical rainforest. Each of their fruits has a face with its own unique will. They are the evolved form of Exeggcute.”
104MS6.png Cubone “#30. Cubone: They wear the skull of their dead mother. They cry loudly when they feel lonely. It is said they got their onomatopoeic Japanese name of Karakara from the dry, clattering sound of their head striking the skull.”
105MS6.png Marowak “#31. Marowak: They learn the rare move Bonemerang. They are weak when they are small, but appear to gain a violent nature when they learn to use bones.”
113MS6.png Chansey “#32. Chansey: They lay several eggs a day. The eggs are nutritionally rich and fantastically delicious. They are peaceful and do not like to fight very much.”
114MS6.png Tangela “#33. Tangela: A Plant-type Pokémon covered in blue plant vines that hide their actual form. They try to entangle anyone approaching too closely. Many researchers have attempted to cut away all the vines in hopes of seeing what they hide, but all attempts ended in failure due to Tangela’s furious resistance.”
115MS6.png Kangaskhan “#34. Kangaskhan: The females place and raise their baby in a pouch on their belly. They are skilled at pummeling with Comet Punch.”
108MS6.png Lickitung “#35. Lickitung: At 2.5 meters, their tongue is twice as long as their height. The tongue is usually stowed in their mouth curled up like that of chameleons. When hunting or attacking, they can move their tongue as if it were an arm. A ravenous appetite and a lazy nature must have shaped this Pokémon’s evolution.”
123MS6.png Scyther “#36. Scyther: They lethally shred prey with their sharp scythes. They can fly on their wings, though only occasionally. They’re very rare with few captured specimens.”
125MS6.png Electabuzz “#37. Electabuzz: They love to feast on powerful electricity. They appear somewhat frequently at major power plants. Like Scyther, they are captured only rarely. Both Scyther and Electabuzz can distinguish colors. They have a natural affinity for the color red in particular.”
127MS6.png Pinsir “#38. Pinsir: The two long horns are powerful. Once they clamp tight on their prey, they won’t loosen until the victim is torn apart. They are extremely rare Pokémon with very few reported sightings. They appear to prefer the color green.”
128MS6.png Tauros “#39. Tauros: When ramming, they whip their body harshly with their three tails. They will not attack unless they are attacked first. They can be found in places like the Safari Zone.”
133MS6.png Eevee “#40. Eevee: A special Pokémon that can evolve into three different Pokémon species. They are difficult to categorize because so few have been caught. From their behavior, they were included among the Pokémon of grasslands.”
134MS6.png Vaporeon “#41. Vaporeon: An Eevee evolution. Their body’s cellular structure is close to that of water molecules. As a result, they can melt away invisibly in water. They can learn the move Surf for swimming across bodies of water.”
135MS6.png Jolteon “#42. Jolteon: When enraged or startled, all their body hair stands upright like needles that puncture their foes. They learn Electric-type moves like Thunder, Thunderbolt, and Thunder Wave. They are also an evolved form of Eevee.”
136MS6.png Flareon “#43. Flareon: They have a flame sac inside their body. They inhale deeply, and then blow flames of 1,700°C. This and the other two evolved forms of Eevee appear to have some connection with special stones.”
Mountains "Here, we profile Pokémon that live in mountainous environments more than 1,000 meters above sea level. Many of these mountain-dwelling Pokémon exhibit evolutionary adaptations to their bodies both entirely and partially perhaps due to their harsh habitats. They may also appear in grasslands and even towns on occasion."
095MS6.png Onix “#44. Onix: They usually live submerged in soil. They burrow at 80kmh in search of prey. Like other Ground-type Pokémon, Onix is strong against Poison-type attacks. Conversely, they are vulnerable to Water-type attacks.”
050MS6.png Diglett ‘#45. Diglett: They burrow through the ground close to the surface. They leave ridged trails of soil in their wake that betray their location. They may appear in the trail of an Onix. They are probably seeking Onix’s leftovers. They evolve into Dugtrio.”
051MS6.png Dugtrio “#46. Dugtrio: They burrow underground to hide themselves, and then strike the unsuspecting target from a different spot. Some researchers categorize Dugtrio, Dodrio, Exeggcute, and Exeggutor as one genre.”
074MS6.png Geodude “#47. Geodude: A docile Pokémon that does not harm people. That said, they can lose their temper if they are accidentally stepped on in caves, for example. They can be found while hiking on mountains. Being round and easy to hold, people toss them back and forth in Geodude fights.”
075MS6.png Graveler “#48. Graveler: Geodude’s evolution. When walking on sloped mountain trails, Graveler may come tumbling along. While their face wears a smile, their eyes never smile. It is very creepy to see them come rolling with that expression.”
076MS6.png Golem “#49. Golem: They tumble on sloped trails at twice the speed of a Graveler. They are probably Graveler’s evolution. They are encased in a hard shell composed of sheet rock-like slabs. They grow larger by shedding their shell once a year. With luck, people may find a Golem’s discarded shell on a mountain in summer.”
066MS6.png Machop “#50. Machop: Being entirely musclebound, they have the power to throw a hundred adult people despite their small, childlike stature.”
067MS6.png Machoke “#51. Machoke: Machop’s evolution. Their powerful body never tires. Diligent and hardworking, they help people with work such as transporting heavy cargo.”
068MS6.png Machamp “#52. Machamp: Their four, fully developed arms can throw a thousand punches in just two seconds. While they are thought to be Machoke’s evolution, no one has yet to witness their evolutionary process. In general, Pokémon evolve through growth. However, recent studies have concluded that Machamp and Golem have not evolved from growing.”
126MS6.png Magmar “#53. Magmar: A species found near a volcano’s crater. They breathe fire. Their body temperature is extremely high at 1,200 °C. This Pokémon is very hard to spot in the wild with only a few captured.”
143MS6.png Snorlax “#54. Snorlax: They are unsatisfied unless they eat 400 kilograms of food a day. As soon as they finish eating, they fall asleep. At 460 kilograms, they are the heaviest out of all the Pokémon discovered. While they usually live in mountains, they occasionally descend and appear in towns. They are gluttonous and will consume even moldy food without ever getting sick. It is said their ability to consume mold earned them the Japanese name of Kabigon.”
041MS6.png Zubat “#55. Zubat: They live in murky caves on mountains and similar environments. Because they live in perpetual darkness, their eyes retrogressed and disappeared. They emit ultrasonic cries for flitting around in darkness. Apparently, it is very rare for them to fly outside their caves.”
042MS6.png Golbat “#56. Golbat: Zubat’s evolution. They bite with their sharp fangs and suck 300 milliliters in one chomp.”
Shallow water "Pokémon that live in, or near bodies of water, can be roughly split into two types. One type consists of Plant-type Pokémon that are vulnerable to Fire-type attacks. The other type are animals that live in shallow waters. The latter group have Water-type moves that make them strong against fire.”
007MS6.png Squirtle “#57. Squirtle: When it retracts its long neck into its shell, it squirts out water with vigorous force. Water-type moves of this sort are effective against Fire, Ground, and Rock-type Pokémon. It is unfortunate, but this Pokémon’s habitat is unknown.”
008MS6.png Wartortle “#58. Wartortle: Squirtle’s evolution. Their profile is cute when they are fighting. They are highly popular as pets. Their fur-covered tail is a symbol of longevity.”
009MS6.png Blastoise “#59. Blastoise: Wartortle’s evolution. They make their foe faint by squashing the victim with their heavy body. Their bulk makes quick movements impossible, but they have overwhelming power to compensate. When endangered, they can draw themselves into their shell. They are well protected thanks to their armor-like shell. They are capable and reliable Pokémon that learn such effective moves as Ice Beam and Surf.”
120MS6.png Staryu “#60. Staryu: They are commonly found on beaches. At night, their central core flashes brightly. They are gynandrous; they possess both male and female reproductive organs. If a part of their body is cut off, they regenerate the missing body parts. Their evolution appears to be linked to a special stone.”
121MS6.png Starmie “#61. Starmie: Little headway has been made in the research of Starmie. Because they are encountered in the sea, they have been classified as a Water’s-edge Pokémon. However, locally, it is suspected that they are alien creatures from their geometrical body.”
054MS6.png Psyduck “#62. Psyduck: They are always suffering from a headache. If their headache intensifies, they start using mysterious powers. They can learn a variety of moves including Strength, Surf, and Dig.”
055MS6.png Golduck “#63. Golduck: Psyduck’s evolution. Their hands are webbed, making them skilled swimmers. Their elegant form can be seen on lakes and similar settings. They can learn Hyper Beam, a move that has not been observed among Psyduck”
043MS6.png Oddish “#64. Oddish: Also known as Walkimendes. At night, they walk up to 300 meters on their two roots. Being plants, it was a mystery as to why they walked. It was finally determined by a recent study that it was for the survival of the species. They scatter their pollen as they walk.”
044MS6.png Gloom “#65. Gloom: Oddish’s evolution. Their pistil emits a horrifically foul stench that makes foes faint up to 2 kilometers away. A special stone appears to be involved in Gloom’s evolution.”
045MS6.png Vileplume “#66. Vileplume: From their world’s-largest petals, they scatter wicked plumes of pollen that induce allergic reactions. Other Pokémon can’t get near where Vileplume lives.”
098MS6.png Krabby “#67. Krabby: Found near the sea. When they fight, they raise their large pincers to intimidate their foe. However, they usually prefer to avoid fighting. If a pincer is torn off, it grows back.”
069MS6.png Bellsprout “#68. Bellsprout: Their bud has the appearance of a human face. Because of it, they are said to be a type of the legendary mandrake root. They feed mainly on small insects.”
070MS6.png Weepinbell “#69. Weepinbell: Bellsprout’s evolution. The leaves are cutters for shredding foes. They spit a liquid that dissolves anything. Unlike Bellsprout, they capture and eat fairly large bugs and birds. Their feeding is an exceedingly bizarre spectacle.”
071MS6.png Victreebel “#70. Victreebel: Thought to be Weepinbell’s evolution because of their many shared attributes. Prey are drawn with a honey-like aroma into Victreebel’s mouth where they are melted by a dissolving fluid. This Pokémon is omnivorous and will eat anything that fits in their mouth.”
099MS6.png Kingler “#71. Kingler: Krabby’s evolution. The hard pincers have 10,000- horsepower strength. However, they are also too large, making this Pokémon ponderous in motion. They may also be seen deep inside caves.”
079MS6.png Slowpoke “#72. Slowpoke: They are always vacant and “out to lunch.” It is impossible to determine what they are thinking. They live by the water’s edge where they deftly catch prey with their tail. Although they have enough smarts to fish that way, they exhibit no other behavior that would indicate any greater intelligence. They frequently swim undersea in search of prey, but are often mistakenly caught themselves. While some people become happily relaxed seeing a Slowpoke, others become irritated. Perhaps those people who become soothed lead hectic lives.”
080MS6.png Slowbro “#73. Slowbro: When Slowpoke went foraging in the sea, they were bitten on their tail by Shellder. This resulted in their evolution into Slowbro. It is unknown as to why they did not try to remove the Shellder. It is suspected that doing so would have required too much effort. While they can learn devastating physical attacks like Mega Punch and Mega Kick, they are naturally averse to fighting. Like Slowpoke, they appear to prefer zoning out.”
Forest "To small creatures, a forest is a paradise overflowing with the bounties of nature like honey-laden flowers, fruits, and nuts. Many Bug- type and small animal-type Pokémon can be seen in forests where they avail themselves to the abundant food sources. However, the kinds of food available also make large Pokémon rare in forests."
010MS6.png Caterpie “#74. Caterpie: When they shed their green skin to grow, they wrap themselves in silk and transform into a cocoon. Out of all the Pokémon discovered to date, they are the fastest to evolve. The Tiny Bird Pokémon Pidgey is their archenemy. If Caterpie even sense the presence of Pidgey, they quickly burrow underground. Those too slow to hide fall prey to Pidgey. While a forest may appear peaceful, there are harsh rules that dictate the survival of the fittest.”
011MS6.png Metapod “#75. Metapod: Caterpie’s evolution. While they are encased in a hard shell, the inside is tender, making them vulnerable to harsh attacks. Worse, being mid-metamorphosis, they are challenged to move quickly.”
012MS6.png Butterfree “#76. Butterfree: A week to ten days after evolving, Metapod undergo another evolutionary step and metamorphose into Butterfree. Their wings are covered in water-repellent, powder-like scales that enable them to fly even on rainy days.”
013MS6.png Weedle “#77. Weedle: Common in not only forests but also grasslands. There is a small, sharp poison stinger of around 5 centimeters length on the top of their head. When faced with a foe, they wiggle the stinger for intimidation. They favor food like gingko leaves.”
014MS6.png Kakuna “#78. Kakuna: A temporary evolutionary form taken while readying the mature form. In their previous guise as Weedle, they are said to eat many leaves in preparation for assuming this pupal form. They are almost incapable of moving.”
015MS6.png Beedrill “#79.Beedrill: Kakuna’s evolution. They may appear in swarms. They buzz around at dizzying speed and jab repeatedly with the venomous stinger on their tail. When they grow and learn Twineedle, they become untouchable.”
019MS6.png Rattata “#80. Rattata: Their fangs are long, sharp, and continually grow throughout their life. They gnaw on hard objects to keep the ever-growing fangs workably short. They feast on nuts like walnuts and acorns. They also like processed food like cheese and milk.”
046MS6.png Paras “#81. Paras: Growing from the bug’s back are mushrooms called tochukaso. The mushrooms grow in step with the Pokémon. They live under fallen trees in forests. When they grow to a certain size, they move to grasslands and marshes.”
047MS6.png Parasect “#82. Parasect: They scatter toxic spores from the mushroom’s cap. In China, the spores are apparently used as ingredients of herbal medicine. Being Paras’ evolution, Parasect was included among the Pokémon of forests. However, they are almost impossible to find in forests.”
049MS6.png Venomoth “#83. Venomoth: The wings are covered in powdery, toxic scales. With every flap of their wings, they scatter the scales in clouds. They are said to live in the Safari Zone. However, they are difficult to find due to their small population. Their larval and pupal stages are shrouded in mystery.”
020MS6.png Raticate “#84. Raticate: Rattata’s evolution. Their rear feet have three toes with small webs in between for swimming across rivers. In addition to nuts (naturally), they also feed on fish.”
025MS6.png Pikachu “#85. Pikachu: They live in forests where they feed mainly on nuts. They are few in number and challenging to find. There are small electricity-storing pouches on each side of their cheeks that are discharged when endangered. Smart and charming with an affectionate nature, they are the most popular Pokémon among researchers. Pikachu evolve into Raichu, but many trainers prevent evolution because they don’t want their Pokémon to change appearance.”
026MS6.png Raichu “#86. Raichu: Their electric strikes can reach 100,000 volts. Unwittingly touching them can cause even Indian elephants to faint. This Pokémon can learn all Electric-type moves. There have been no reports of Raichu sightings in forests.”
048MS6.png Venonat “#87. Venonat: Their eyes serve as radars that let them stay active in darkness. The eyes also emit beams of light. They have been confirmed to be a Bug type. They appear to have the potential for evolution, but it remains a mystery.”
023MS6.png Ekans “#88. Ekans: They flick their tongue about to sense danger in their surroundings. This carnivore swallows all food whole with almost no chewing. They love the eggs of Pidgey and Spearow. Rattata are also preyed upon occasionally. If they swallow a Rattata, they can go without food again for a month. They grow by shedding repeatedly. In the winter, they hibernate in the warm soil of forests. In the summer, they are also common sights in grasslands.”
024MS6.png Arbok “#89. Arbok: Ekans’ evolution. Consequently, this Pokémon is also a venomous serpent. The markings on their belly have the appearance of a frightening face. Timid foes flee at the sight of such a “face.” They are skilled at using Glare that induces paralysis in their foe. If you encounter an Arbok on a path, you should avert your gaze. They are mortal enemies of Raticate. The two Pokémon fight viciously like a viper and a mongoose.”
Seas "The sea-dwelling Pokémon retain attributes from ancient times. They do so because the underwater environments have not undergone major changes. The seas are also more amenable to life than on land, so there was little need for marine Pokémon to evolve. With some exceptions, there are no highly intelligent Pokémon in the seas."
130MS6.png Gyarados “#90. Gyarados: Extremely vicious and violent. They completely incinerate all matter with Hyper Beam fired from their mouth. They apparently live on the seafloor and in deep water. As a result, they are rarely seen. The most recent specimen was a corpse washed up on shore 35 years ago. They are omnivorous with fangs capable of crushing boulders. Their steel-hard scales can be fashioned into jewelry like rings. Such accessories command astonishing prices.”
118MS6.png Goldeen “#91. Goldeen: The dorsal and ventral fins are built up like muscles. They help propel this Pokémon through water at a speed of 5 knots. Having little intelligence, they are known to unwittingly swim into a Gyarados’ mouth where they become an easy meal.”
119MS6.png Seaking “#92. Seaking: Goldeen’s evolution. Using their drill-like horn, they hollow out boulders to make their nest. They swim up rivers to spawn every year.”
072MS6.png Tentacool “#93. Tentacool: From their crystal-clear eyes, they emit mysterious rays of light. They feed on plankton. Ninety-nine percent of their body is composed of water.”
073MS6.png Tentacruel “#94. Tentacruel: The eighty tentacles move about freely to ensnare prey like small fish. The tentacles also have venomous needles that induce poisoning and full-body paralysis. For those qualities, they are called “gangsters of the sea.”
086MS6.png Seel “#95. Seel: The light blue-haired hide is thick and tough. They remain active even in intense cold of -40 °C. They live in sea caves and the like. During the day, they often drift in the sea, probably searching for food.”
087MS6.png Dewgong “#96. Dewgong: Seel’s evolution. They are cloaked entirely in pure-white hair. Their blubber reaches an incredible thickness of 30 centimeters. They are highly resistant to cold. In fact, they become more active when the temperature is falling.”
131MS6.png Lapras “#97. Lapras: Intelligent enough to understand human speech. Being placid in nature, they prefer to ferry people across water on their back rather than fight. Needless to say, they are skilled at using the move Surf. They can also learn a diverse mix of moves like Mist, Confuse Ray, and Hydro Pump. Little headway has been made in their study due to their small population. Some claim the turtle ridden by the folklore hero Taro Urashima was actually a Lapras.”
090MS6.png Shellder “#98. Shellder: Encased within a shell that is harder than diamond. The body inside, however, is surprisingly tender. They are good with the move Clamp which squeezes the victim between the shell halves.”
091MS6.png Cloyster “#99. Cloyster: Said to be Shellder’s evolution. The shell is extremely durable. Even a direct hit from a napalm bomb can’t destroy it. The shell opens only when attacking. Their Spike Cannon– which repeatedly stabs the foe with spikes– is devastating.”
060MS6.png Poliwag “#100. Poliwag: The slick black skin is thin and damp. A portion of their internal organs can be seen as a spiral. They can be categorized as relatives of tadpoles.”
061MS6.png Poliwhirl “#101. Poliwhirl: Poliwag’s evolution. While tadpoles grow into frogs, Poliwag remained in tadpole form and grew muscular to end up as Poliwhirl. While their legs are well developed for life on land, they appear to prefer life in water.”
062MS6.png Poliwrath “#102. Poliwrath: They are strong swimmers capable of multiple styles including the crawl and butterfly. Even Olympic swimmers are no match for their speed. However, it appears their muscles developed specifically for swimming as they are not fast at running. While they are thought to be Poliwhirl’s evolution, they remain in tadpole form. It remains to be seen if they will evolve further into frog form. Further research is awaited.”
116MS6.png Horsea “#103. Horsea: They keep balance using their spirally coiled tail. When they sense danger, they may spit black ink. Every spring, the females each lay several thousand eggs on seaweed, but most end up as Goldeen bait. Rare among Pokémon, the males raise the young.”
117MS6.png Seadra “#104. Seadra: Horsea’s evolution. Their nature turns vicious from evolving. Carelessly trying to touch them can result in punctures from the spikes growing all over their body. The intense pain can cause fainting.”
129MS6.png Magikarp “#105. Magikarp: Virtually hopeless in terms of power and speed. If anything were to happen, they immediately use Splash and flop about. They are the world’s weakest and most pathetic Pokémon. However, the most recent studies made an incredible discovery – dragon cells were found in Magikarp’s body. Anticipation runs high for deeper studies.”
Skies "Because flying Pokémon must spot their food from up high, their eyesight is acutely developed. Many are good, doting parents. They fly to forests, grasslands, and the seas to capture bugs and fish that they deliver to their beloved chicks awaiting their return in nests on trees."
016MS6.png Pidgey “#106. Pidgey: They do not like to fight. If surrounded, they scatter sand to blind their foes and make their getaway. They hide among trees and tall grass when feeding on small bugs and the like. While they feast on Caterpie and Weedle, they oddly ignore Venonat.”
017MS6.png Pidgeotto “#107. Pidgeotto: Pidgey’s evolution. They dive from an altitude of 800 meters to capture prey. The claws on their feet are powerfully developed. They have no trouble carrying an Exeggcute– their prey– weighing 25 kilograms to their nest 100 kilometers away.”
018MS6.png Pidgeot “#108. Pidgeot: They fly around at Mach-2 speed at 1,200 meters altitude. If they encounter a foe while on the ground, they spread their gorgeous wings for intimidation. Their search for food leads them to even the seas where they make easy prey of meaninglessly splashing Magikarp. It goes without saying that they are the evolution of Pidgeotto."
021MS6.png Spearow “#109. Spearow: Compared with Pidgey, they are much more aggressive. They mainly search for prey among tall grass where they can be seen busily flitting about. While they have little power, they learn the rare Mirror Move.”
022MS6.png Fearow “# 110. Fearow: Spearow’s evolution. They can soar high all day long on their broad wings. Their powerful beaks let them swallow prey like a Rattata whole.”
081MS6.png Magnemite “#111. Magnemite: They move around while levitating. The units on their sides radiate energy like electromagnetic waves. Although they are fundamentally different from the other Pokémon of the skies profiled here, they have been included here for the time being because there is nowhere else to group them. Further research is awaited.”
082MS6.png Magneton “#112. Magneton: Magnemite’s evolution. What keeps this Pokémon levitating is unknown for now. Formed by multiple Magnemite linked together, they discharge intense magnetic rays and high-voltage power.”
084MS6.png Doduo “#113. Doduo: A two-headed Pokémon discovered three years ago. They are probably a mutation. They appear to dislike flying. They seem to be much better at running based on their 100 kmh speed. In the near future, it is feared their wings will devolve and rob them of their ability to fly.”
085MS6.png Dodrio “#114. Dodrio: Doduo’s evolution. A rare species that is hardly ever found. Their three heads express the emotions joy, sadness, and anger. Some historians have sworn that in ancient times there was a religion that thrived deep in Central and South America which revered Dodrio as their symbol.”
083MS6.png Farfetch’d “#115. Farfetch’d: They always carry a plant stalk for crafting their nest when walking. A recent study also revealed the stalk to be food for emergencies. Several years ago, the mass media reported on the deliciousness of cooking Farfetch’d with their stalk. This news spread nationwide, resulting in a massive decline in their population.”
Urban "It is sad to say, but the Pokémon that live in urban settings are strongly affected by effluents from factories, sewage, and other pollutants. In general, there are many filthy Pokémon but they are guilty of nothing. Instead, we should be thankful to them– they serve as mirrors that reflect how our way of life affects the world around us.”
088MS6.png Grimer “#116. Grimer: X-rays from the moon transformed toxic sludge into Grimer. They love to eat filthy things. When first discovered, their appearances were limited to empty lots behind factories and so on. However, they have become progressively bolder in the places they appear.”
089MS6.png Muk “#117. Muk: They usually keep themselves hidden by mingling with soil. Contact results in a severe poisoning. Analysis of their cells revealed the presence of substances that are inconceivable in living things. They are thought to be Grimer’s evolution.”
137MS6.png Porygon “#118. Porygon: In 1995, Silph Co., which undertakes R&D into Pokémon and related products, successfully applied state-of-the-art technology to create this manmade Pokémon. While they are exceedingly rare, they somehow came to be offered as prizes by the Game Corner. Investigations by the authorities are ongoing in the matter. Their findings are eagerly awaited.”
109MS6.png Koffing “#119. Koffing: The thin-skinned, balloon-like body is filled with a powerfully toxic gas. Getting too close to this foul-smelling Pokémon makes eyes flood with tears. First discovered in a munitions factory, their habitat has been growing in recent years.”
110MS6.png Weezing “#120. Weezing: While very rare, mutations can result in Koffing twins that are joined together. The lab is developing a medicine for bleaching the toxicity out of Weezing.”
100MS6.png Voltorb “#121. Voltorb: A completely enigmatic creature. They generate an unpleasant buzzing noise. While many live in power plants, etc., they appear to have spread to towns in recent years by traveling on power lines. They possess Electric-type moves. They are reckless and prone to exploding without warning.”
101MS6.png Electrode “#122. Electrode: Voltorb’s evolution. Because they explode at the slightest provocation, they are feared with the nickname “Bomb Ball.””
092MS6.png Gastly “#123. Gastly: A life form composed of a diffuse, gaseous matter. Even an Indian elephant would fall in two seconds if enveloped in their gas. Many mysteries surround this Pokémon. Some theories claim they are photochemical smog come to life while others claim they are extra-dimensional beings. The answer remains unknown. For the time being, our study group adopted the former theory and included them among the Pokémon of towns.”
093MS6.png Haunter “#124. Haunter: Gastly’s evolution. They learn moves like Dream Eater and Psychic. It is said that if you feel as though you are being watched in a dark place with no one else around, there is a Haunter lurking.”
094MS6.png Gengar ”#125. Gengar: Thought to be Haunter’s evolution from the moves they learn and their physical attributes, but the hypothesis is yet to be proven. They are said to emerge from darkness to kill people who become lost on mountains. There are shrines honoring Gengar on several mountains.”
Enigmatic "Precognition, telekinesis, X-ray vision, and on and on, there are paranormal phenomena that sadly defy explanation using the scientific knowledge we have now. And, in the world of Pokémon that we study and analyze, there are paranormal Pokémon that possess otherworldly powers. They remain yet-unsolved enigmas. Here we share what we have learned so far."
063MS6.png Abra “#126. Abra: They sleep for 16 hours a day. However, even asleep they use a variety of extrasensory powers. They are rarely encountered due to their small population. Moreover, they will Teleport instantly if threatened. As a result, they often escape before they could be captured in a rare encounter. They evolve into Kadabra.”
064MS6.png Kadabra “#127. Kadabra: ‘As a psychic boy awoke one morning, he found himself transformed in his bed into a Kadabra.’ The crowning of the Kadabra-themed short story ‘The Transformation’ as the 2nd Pokémon Literary Award winner is still fresh in our memory. If Pikachu is the Pokémon idol, Kadabra can be considered a favorite among those in the know.”
065MS6.png Alakazam “#128. Alakazam: Disdainful of physical attacks, they adeptly wield extrasensory powers to defeat their foes. While they are believed to be Kadabra’s evolution, no one has proven it conclusively. In battle, Alakazam remain expressionless throughout.”
035MS6.png Clefairy “#129. Clefairy: Popular as pets for their adorable appearance. They are surprisingly well liked by not only people but even by their fellow Pokémon. However, they are also few. They have only been captured in the caves of Mt. Moon. Clefairy is best at using the move Metronome which triggers a random move from many choices. Occasionally, they startle themselves by losing a powerful move that doesn’t suit their cute appearance.”
036MS6.png Clefable “#130. Clefable: Neither Clefairy nor Clefable like squabbling. Perhaps that explains why their hearing is so superbly developed. They can even discern the sound of a pin dropping 1 kilometer away. They immediately flee if they hear danger approaching.”
132MS6.png Ditto “#131. Ditto: They transform into other life forms by rearranging their body’s cellular structure. They learn almost no moves of their own. Ditto can be considered one of the most enigmatic Pokémon ever.”
122MS6.png Mr. Mime “#132. Mr. Mime: They use advanced moves like Confusion, Light Screen, Meditate, and Substitute. Being skilled mimes, they are masters at convincingly tricking people. It is said the walls they mime turn real. Their fingertips end in suction pads with which they apparently climb the walls they create. Little headway has been made in their study owing to the scarcity of specimens.”
039MS6.png Jigglypuff “#133. Jigglypuff: With their round and huge eyes they draw the attention of their foes. They then sing a comfortably soothing tune that lulls their foes to sleep. Belying their adorable appearance, they can learn a diverse array of moves. If they become displeased, they inflate themselves like a balloon.”
040MS6.png Wigglytuff “#134. Wigglytuff: The finely dense and supple fur is dreamily gorgeous. It is also a luxury item. While they share many moves with Jigglypuff, they additionally learn Hyper Beam.”
096MS6.png Drowzee “#135. Drowzee: The descendant of the legendary creature, Baku, which is said to have eaten dreams. Drowzee is famous as the first Pokémon to use a move combo – Hypnosis followed by Dream Eater. They are gluttonous herbivores. From their four stomachs, they repeatedly bring up eaten food and rechew it to feed. They are not popular among women due to their appearance. They also have a habit of muttering under their breath to themselves.”
097MS6.png Hypno “#136. Hypno: Drowzee’s evolution. They carry around a pendulum-like object. They are skilled at using Psychic. In towns where Hypno appear, child disappearances mysteriously surge.” Hypno's penchant for kidnapping children was later turned into a story arc in FireRed & LeafGreen's post-game, where the player has to save a little girl named Lostelle from Hypno's grasp.
124MS6.png Jynx “#137. Jynx: An extremely rare Pokémon. They become volcanically enraged if any attempt is made to remove the clothlike shroud around their waist. That reaction informs us they have a sense of shame. While they speak in a humanlike manner, their language is indecipherable. Linguistic research is ongoing.”
Extinct "Pokémon are said to have appeared around two million years ago. Since then, they adapted to the world’s changing environments and evolved in many ways. What did these ancient Pokémon look like? Using recently discovered fossils, their likenesses have been reconstructed."
142MS6.png Aerodactyl “#138. Aerodactyl: The progenitor of birds. They stood 1.8 meters tall. They flew on broad wings while emitting high-pitched cries. From the skull’s structure, it is evident their brain was relatively large. Some biologists claim they communicated by crying. Judging by their stiff fangs they were undoubtedly carnivorous. They must have caught small creatures with their large claws and preyed on them. A very recent discovery of their fossilized droppings attests to this theory.”
138MS6.png Omanyte “#139. Omanyte: A creature somewhere between sea snails and squids that lived in ancient seas. They swam by waving their ten feet. They fed on plankton and small fish.”
139MS6.png Omastar “#140. Omastar: Thought to be Omanyte’s evolution. They grew to around 1 meter height. They preyed on fish up to around 50 centimeters. They hunted by grabbing and clinging to prey with their dexterously developed tentacles and biting at the same time.”
140MS6.png Kabuto “#141. Kabuto: Said to be the ancestor of both hermit crabs and of turtles. They kept themselves sheltered in their tough shell. They appear to have disliked fighting. They are thought to have been good swimmers, although not especially fast. Just recently, a Kabuto fossil was found in a mountain cave 1,000 meters above sea level. Its discovery revealed that the area had once been submerged under the sea.”
141MS6.png Kabutops “#142. Kabutops: Thought to be Kabuto’s evolution. They swam expertly underwater where they hunted. They captured prey with their sharp scythe arms and drained the prey of their body fluids. Evolution apparently flipped their nature from timid to aggressive. The relationship between Kabuto and Kabutops can be likened to that of mogwai and gremlins. The one and only Kabutops’ fossil was discovered six years ago in a soil horizon approximately two million years old. They are therefore considered the oldest of all Pokémon.”
Legendary "Many Pokémon appear in the worlds of myths and legends. The most famous must be 'The Phoenix.' Previously, there had been few believing in the existence of such Legendary Pokémon. Since the discovery of Dratini, however, the non-believers are dwindling. Now, an endless stream of researchers embarks on expeditions convinced that the legends live."
144MS6.png Articuno “#143. Articuno: They fly among wintry mountains with their long, flowing tails streaming in their wake. Folklore has it that those seeing an Articuno in flight become so enraptured by its beauty they die rooted to the spot.”
145MS6.png Zapdos “#144. Zapdos: Said to fly with what sounds like the buzzing and snapping of sparking electricity. As the divine bird presiding over the heavens, Zapdos spend thousands of years above the clouds. Perhaps lightning is their way of showing anger.”
146MS6.png Moltres “#145. Moltres: “The Phoenix” – the famous legend of a bird whose fresh blood confers immortality when drunk – is said to be modeled after Moltres. If this Pokémon were to exist, their fiery wings will surely bedazzle all those that witness them.”
059MS6.png Arcanine “#146. Arcanine: A legendary Pokémon that appears in Chinese folklore. Sanctified paper chits imprinted with an Arcanine illustration are considered beneficial for keeping evil at bay.”
147MS6.png Dratini “#147. Dratini: Legendary Pokémon live! A Safari Zone visitor just happened to catch a Dratini in the park’s pond. The lucky angler became an overnight sensation with news of the discovery exploding globally. This fortuitous accident convinced many that all legendary Pokémon exist without any doubt. It ignited a massive wave of Pokémon expeditions. Even when young, Dratini reach a length of nearly 2 meters. They grow by repeatedly shedding.”
148MS6.png Dragonair “#148. Dragonair: They live in the seas and lakes. They can freely summon rain and snow. Though they have no wings, they are said to fly high in the sky.”
149MS6.png Dragonite “#149. Dragonite: In spite of their bulky physique, they can orbit the earth in around sixteen hours. They are said to represent the god of destruction.”
150MS6.png Mewtwo “#150. Mewtwo: There is an urban legend of a mad scientist whose tenacious recombination of Pokémon DNA resulted in a horrifically brutal creature. Could such a frightening Pokémon really exist?”

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003MMS6.png Venusaur When Venusaur becomes Mega Venusaur, the flower on the Pokémon's back blooms even more fantastically than before. Its legs and frame become more sturdy to support the weight of the huge flower.

After it Mega Evolves, Mega Venusaur's Ability changes to Thick Fat, which gives it some protection against two of its weaknesses: Fire-type moves and Ice-type moves.

009MMS6.png Blastoise The two rocket launchers on Blastoise's shoulders turn into a single huge cannon when it Mega Evolves into Mega Blastoise. This cannon boasts a blast range so great that it can strike targets more than six miles away!
006MXMS6.png Charizard When Charizard holds a Charizardite X, it can Mega Evolve into Mega Charizard X! This item can be obtained only in Pokémon X. Unlike Mega Charizard Y, Mega Charizard X changes types when it Mega Evolves. It changes from a Fire- and Flying-type Pokémon to a Fire- and Dragon-type Pokémon.

With this transformation, Mega Charizard X's body turns black, and its flames burn blue with increased heat.

006MYMS6.png Charizard Mega Charizard Y is the result when Charizard Mega Evolves using Charizardite Y, which can be obtained in Pokémon Y. When Charizard becomes Mega Charizard Y, its pointed horns and long tail give the Pokémon a look of sleek sharpness. Mega Charizard Y is in a league of its own when it comes to flying prowess, able to reach incredible heights.

When Charizard Mega Evolves, its wings become larger than ever.

065MMS6.png Alakazam Alakazam's Speed and Sp. Atk are both highly developed, and those strengths shine more brightly after it Mega Evolves. Because it dedicates its energy entirely to its psychic powers, it maintains an unvarying meditative pose, floating in the air.

A red organ that is said to emit psychic power manifests on Mega Alakazam's forehead.

094MMS6.png Gengar When Gengar Mega Evolves into Mega Gengar, its Sp. Atk rises significantly, putting it in the top tier of all Pokémon.

Mega Gengar's unblinking third eye allows it to see into other dimensions.

115MMS6.png Kangaskhan The Parent Pokémon, Kangaskhan, Mega Evolves into Mega Kangaskhan. Amazingly, the child contained in its pouch can leap out and join in the battle! This young Pokémon is feisty and hates to lose.

In order to protect its mother, the child will boldly challenge Pokémon many times its size!

127MMS6.png Pinsir When it Mega Evolves, Pinsir's Attack and Speed both increase, and it gains the Flying type. It also changes its Ability to Aerilate, a new Ability debuting in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. Under the influence of Aerilate, Normal-type moves become Flying-type moves. Pinsirite, the Mega Stone needed to Mega Evolve Pinsir, can only be obtained in Pokémon X.

Mega Pinsir acquires wings and can fly through the air.

130MMS6.png Gyarados After Mega Evolving, Gyarados becomes more rough-tempered than ever and changes from a Water- and Flying-type Pokémon to a Water- and Dark-type Pokémon. This changes its weaknesses, so you can fight effectively against a variety of different Pokémon by Mega Evolving after seeing your opponents' types.

Only a trainer with very deep ties to Gyarados will be able to battle together with Mega Gyarados as a partner.

142MMS6.png Aerodactyl Aerodactyl is a Pokémon that is revived from a Fossil, and some researchers insist that its Mega-Evolved appearance is the true appearance that Aerodactyl had before being fossilized.

Aerodacty's Mega Evolution causes its body to begin turning to stone.

181MMS6.png Ampharos When Ampharos Mega Evolves into Mega Ampharos, its head and tail are covered with white fur in this new, gallant appearance. When Ampharos undergoes Mega Evolution, it gains the Dragon type in addition to its original Electric type.

When Mega Ampharos increases the amount of electrical energy within itself, the red orbs on its body and fur emit a strong light.

150MXMS6.png Mewtwo Encounter the fierce Pokémon Mewtwo during your adventures in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y after you enter the Hall of Fame. The Legendary Pokémon Mewtwo is said to have been born from years of scientific research into genetics, all done in an effort to push its battle abilities to the limits. It is also said to have the most savage heart of any Pokémon.

Mewtwo's Sp. Atk is what particularly sets this Pokémon apart, placing it as one of the highest among all Pokémon.

Yet another secret lurks within Mewtwo! The Genetic Pokémon doesn't have just one Mega-Evolved form—it has two! Meet Mega Mewtwo X, an even larger Pokémon than Mega Mewtwo Y, with muscles bulging from its arms and legs. To evolve Mewtwo into Mega Mewtwo X, you'll need the Mewtwonite X Mega Stone.

Mega Mewtwo X gains the Fighting type, and it's Attack stat shows formindable growth.

150MYMS6.png Mewtwo The truth behind the new Pokémon that resembles Mewtwo is clear. It’s a Mewtwo that has achieved Mega Evolution, a new kind of Pokémon Evolution! The Mega Mewtwo shown here is Mega Mewtwo Y. Use the Mewtwonite Y Mega Stone to evolve Mewtwo into Mega Mewtwo Y.

Its streamlined body always appears to be floating in the air.

212MMS6.png Scizor Scizor Mega Evolves into Mega Scizor. The pincers on both of its arms become even bulkier, featuring sharp barbs that can stab right through concrete. Scizor's Defense and Sp. Def both go up when it Mega Evolves, making it a fortress of defense.

Any opponent that gets caught by Mega Scizor's pincers will have no hope of getting away.

214MMS6.png Heracross Mega Evolving increases Heracross's Attack greatly, putting it in the top tier of all Pokémon. When it unleashes its maximum power, its body temperature increases dramatically, so it opens the shells of its arms and torso to let the heat escape. Heracronite, the Mega Stone needed to Mega Evolve Heracross, can only be obtained in Pokémon Y.

The horn on Mega Heracross's head grows huge, and it boats enough strength to lift a fighter plane.

229MMS6.png Houndoom When Houndoom Mega Evolves into Mega Houndoom, its Sp. Atk and Speed grow significantly. Houndour, the Pokémon that evolves into Houndoom, can only be caught in Pokémon X. Houndoominite, the Mega Stone needed to Mega Evolve Houndoom, can only be obtained in Pokémon Y.

Mega Houndoom's claws exhibit a more intense red color due to the greater heat that it can now produce as a result of Mega Evolution.

248MMS6.png Tyranitar Tyranitar Mega Evolves into Mega Tyranitar. Tyranitarite, the Mega Stone needed to Mega Evolve Tyranitar, can only be obtained in Pokémon X. When Tyranitar Mega Evolves, its Attack and Defense both increase. The Sand Stream Ability is triggered when Tyranitar enters battle, and it also triggers when it Mega Evolves into Mega Tyranitar.

The red parts of its torso seethe with energy, enabling Mega Tyranitar to emanate even more power.

257MMS6.png Blaziken Blazikenite, the item needed to Mega Evolve Blaziken, cannot be obtained through normal gameplay in Pokémon X or Pokémon Y.

With its high Attack and the Speed Boost Ability, Mega Blaziken will become a truly awe-inspiring opponent!

Blaziken has a high Attack stat, and Mega Evolving the Pokémon will raise it even higher!

282MMS6.png Gardevoir The red plate in Mega Gardevoir's chest is said to be a physical manifestation of its heart. Mega Evolving enhances Gardevoir's Sp. Atk significantly.

By opening its heart, Mega Gardevoir becomes able to use tremendous psychic power.

303MMS6.png Mawile When Mawile undergoes Mega Evolution, its trademark huge mouth has multiplied, and now there are two great maws to contend with!

It even seems that Mega Mawile is able to control each maw independently.

306MMS6.png Aggron Aggron Mega Evolves into Mega Aggron. When it does, the destructive ability of its fearsome horns can turn a steel-clad tank into so much scrap metal. Aggronite, the Mega Stone needed to Mega Evolve Aggron, can only be obtained in Pokémon Y. By Mega Evolving, Aggron changes both its type and its Ability. By changing to a purely Steel-type Pokémon, it reduces its weaknesses, and its Filter Ability also reduces the damage it takes from supereffective moves.

Mega Evolving provides a heartly boost to Aggron's Defense stat, making this one Pokémon that will not go down easily in battle!

308MMS6.png Medicham Medicham Mega Evolves into Mega Medicham. It uses its amped-up willpower to remake its spirit into a physical force and to create additional arms for itself. The more Medicham has trained its spirit, the more realistic these self-created arms become, and it can use them with great dexterity.
310MMS6.png Manectric Mega Evolution improves a variety of Manectric's stats. You'll find Electrike, the Pokémon that evolves into Manectric, only in Pokémon Y. Manectite, the Mega Stone needed to Mega Evolve Manectric, can only be obtained in Pokémon X.

Mega Manectric's explosive power is said to be as fast as a lightning strike.

354MMS6.png Banette Mega Evolution unzips the zippers that restrained Banette, enabling it to unleash the energy it had been suppressing and show its baleful power. Mega Banette's Attack stat also increases.


359MMS6.png Absol When Absol undergoes Mega Evolution, it becomes Mega Absol.

The increased energy that courses through Absol's body upon Mega Evolution makes its fur stand on end, giving it the appearance of wings.

445MMS6.png Garchomp When Garchomp becomes Mega Garchomp, the increased energy flows into the Pokémon's arms, turning them into huge blades! Mega Garchomp's Attack and Special Attack both improve greatly, while its Speed goes down a little.

When Garchomp Mega Evolves, it becomes a Pokémon whose every blow you can count on!

448MMS6.png Lucario When Lucario Mega Evolves, it becomes Mega Lucario. This Pokémon becomes even larger than it was before it Mega Evolved.

Black patterns creep up and around Mega Lucario's arms and legs–marks left behind by the hightened aura energy that thrums throughout its body.

When Lucario Mega Evolves, its attack grows higher still. Plus, its Ability changes to Adaptability, which increases the power of moves that have the same type as the user.

460MMS6.png Abomasnow Abomasnow Mega Evolves into Mega Abomasnow. While its Speed does drop after it Mega Evolves, it gains in offensive and defensive strength.

The sprouts on Abomasnow's back grow into great shafts of ice.


Pokemon Entry
144MS6.png Articuno Articuno

This Legendary Pokémon can manipulate ice. It can freeze water particles within the air to create blizzards.

It is said that Articuno's seemingly crystalline wings are made of ice.

145MS6.png Zapdos Zapdos

The Legendary Pokémon Zapdos can manipulate lightning. As it beats its glimmering wings, lightning showers from them and great storms are whipped up.

146MS6.png Moltres Moltres

The Legendary Pokémon Moltres controls fire. It is said that when it receives an injury, it dives into a crater filled with magma and sets itself aflame to heal the wound. Moltres's orange wings, which appear to be burning, are imposing to behold.

650MS6.png Chespin Chespin

The Grass-type Pokémon Chespin has a tough shell covering its head and back. Despite having a curious nature that tends to get it in trouble, Chespin keeps an optimistic outlook and doesn't worry about small details.

651MS6.png Quilladin Quilladin

When Chespin evolves into Quilladin, the hard spikes on its body grow even sturdier. Despite its prickly appearance, Quilladin is considered a gentle Pokémon that avoids battle.

Quilladin uses its hard shell to repel attacks and strike back with its poined spines.

652MS6.png Chesnaught Chesnaught

When Quilladin evolves into Chesnaught, it gains the Fighting type. These gentle Pokémon care deeply for their allies. When one of its companions is in danger, Chesnaught will risk its own life to protect it.

In its protective stance with its arms over its face, Chesnaught can endure the force of massive explosions.

653MS6.png Fennekin Fennekin

Searing heat blows from the ears of the Fire-type Pokémon Fennekin. This Pokémon loves to snack on twigs. Fennekin can be temperamental, but it tries to do its best for its Trainer.

654MS6.png Braixen Braixen

Once Fennekin evolves into Braixen, it no longer eats branches. But it still keeps a tree branch in its tail, which seems to calm the Pokémon. Braixen will occasionally weild the branch in battle and use friction to light it on fire.

655MS6.png Delphox Delphox

Delphox gains the Psychic type when it evolves from Braixen. With its psychic abilities, it’s able to control flames of extreme temperatures! Bradishing a tree branch like a wand, Delphox can perceive future events by concentrating on the branch's burning tip.

656MS6.png Froakie Froakie

The Water-type Pokémon Froakie is both light and strong, making it capable of jumping incredibly high. The bubbles on its chest and back protect it from attacks. Froakie may appear absentminded, but in truth it pays close attention to its surroundings at all times.


657MS6.png Frogadier Frogadier

Frogadier evolves from Froakie, and when it does, its jumping skill improves. During battle, Frogadier confounds its opponents by leaping about the ceiling or into trees.

Frogadier attacks by launching small stones wrapped in bubbles at its opponents.

658MS6.png Greninja Greninja

Greninja evolves from Frogadier, and in so doing gains the Dark type. Elusive as a ninja, this Pokémon throws opponents into disarray with its high-speed movements.

It can compress water into shuriken, launching them with enough force to cleave metal!

659MS6.png Bunnelby BunnelbyIt is said that the Normal-type Pokémon Bunnelby creates its den by digging in the ground with its large, shovel-shaped ears.

Bunnelby's ears are strong enough to to chop right through thick tree roots, making it a force to be reckoned with in battle!

660MS6.png Diggersby DiggersbyBunnelby evolves into Diggersby and gains the Ground type when it does. It uses its large ears to dig holes in the ground. The ears are powerful excavators that can easily shift heavy stones.

With their excellent digging skills, these Pokémon even help out at construction sites!

661MS6.png Fletchling FletchlingWith a friendly nature and a beautiful chirp, Fletchling is a popular Pokémon among many Trainers. But Fletchling is also known to be ferocious in battle, capable of unleashing relentless attacks!


662MS6.png Fletchinder FletchinderFletchinder is the middle link of the Evolution chain between Fletchling and Talonflame. It gains the Fire type when it evolves from Fletchling.

Fletchlinder has a flame sac in its belly. As its internal furnace heats up, it can fly faster and faster.

663MS6.png Talonflame TalonflameAn evolved form of the recently announced Fletchling, Talonflame is a Fire- and Flying-type Pokémon that gains a whole new level of speed and firepower. It dives at foes, and then attacks with devastating kicks.

When the battle heats up, flames will pour from its body as it zooms through the sky.

664MS6.png Scatterbug ScatterbugThe Bug-type Scatterbug resides mostly in forests and wild plains. After Scatterbug has reached a high enough level, it will evolve into Spewpa.

This Bug type uses the fur around its neck to control its body temperature.


After evolving from Spewpa, Vivillon gains beautiful wings.

665MS6.png Spewpa SpewpaSpewpa is the middle Pokémon of this evolutionary chain. With enough experience gained from battle, Spewpa will eventually evolve into Vivillon.

Spewka gains a stiff carapace once it evolves from Scatterbug, so less forcefull attacks will hardly make a scratch.

666MS6.png Vivillon VivillonIn its final Evolution, in addition to becoming stronger, Vivillon also changes its type. You can continue to level up the Pokémon to make it even stronger! Check out the variety of Vivillon patterns that can be found!
667MS6.png Litleo LitleoThe hot-blooded Litleo is always ready for a good fight! Its mane blazes with heat during battle, burning hotter and hotter the stronger its opponent.

In the wild, Litleo will venture out on its own to make its way in the world.

668MS6.png Pyroar PyroarWhen Litleo evolves into Pyroar, it gains a great mane of burning flame! Male and female Pyroar have different forms.

The male Pyroar with the largest mane becomes the leader of its pride. The female Pyroar of the pride protect the group's young.

669MS6.png Flabébé FlabébéAnother newly discovered Fairy-type Pokémon, Flabébé clings to a flower early on, and then cares for it for its entire life. Because of this, Flabébé may be found holding flowers of different colors. It seems that the area where you find Flabébé has some effect on what color of flower it will be holding. Seek out Flabébé in a number of areas on your journey!

Flabébé can draw forth the power that lies within flowers and use it freely in moves.


670MS6.png Floette FloetteWhen Flabébé evolves into Floette, the color of its associated flower stays the same.

Floette has the new Flower Veil Ability, which prevents stat reduction of any Grass-type Pokémon on your team.

671MS6.png Florges FlorgesIt claims its territory by gathering flowers and creating exquisite flower gardens. It draws out the energy of flowers and uses that energy as its own power during battles. In the past, rulers of castles would invite Florges to create beautiful flower gardens.

Florges obtains power for battling from its symbiotic flower and surrounding plants.

672MS6.png Skiddo SkiddoThe gentle-natured Skiddo is said to have been the first Pokémon to live alongside humans. Thanks to living with humans so long, it doesn’t seem to mind carrying people or loads on its back. Skiddo evolves into Gogoat, another Pokémon you'll be able to ride!

Skiddo has become able to read the feelings of its riders through their grip on its horns.

673MS6.png Gogoat GogoatGogoat is so large that people are able to ride on its back. It's very calm, and can form a strong bond with its Trainer's feelings when its Trainer grabs onto its horns.

People can get around Lumiose City on the back of Gogoat to shorten their travel times.

674MS6.png Pancham PanchamWith its trademark leaf always sticking out of its mouth, Pancham tries to intimidate its opponents by glaring at them intensely (although this is rarely successful).
675MS6.png Pangoro PangoroPangoro is the evolved form of Pancham. It's a cantankerous Pokémon, but it has a strong heart and doesn't forgive those who pick on the weak.

Pangoro has the Iron Fist Ability, which strenghtens punching moves.

676MS6.png Furfrou FurfrouThe stylish Pokémon Furfrou can have its appearance changed by grooming. There are number of different appearances it can take, and the more you groom it, the more styles may become available!

If you leave Furfrou's style untended for a few days, its fur will grow long and shaggy again, returning to its original look. Keep a regular grooming schedule to maintain Furfrou's style! Furfrou isn't jstu stylish–it's also consideredvery intelligent and loyal to it's Trainer. It's said that in ancient times, Furfrou guarded the king of Kalos. Trimming Furfrou's shaggy fur can transform it into a number of beautiful appearances.

677MS6.png Espurr EspurrThe Psychic-type Pokémon Espurr evolves into Meowstic. This Pokémon values its independence, and you will often find Espurr acting on its own.

Espurr possess great psychic power, and it keeps its ears tightly shut to prevent the power from being released inadvertently.

678MS6.png Meowstic MeowsticMeowstic is a Pokémon that has different forms depending on its gender. Not only do male and female Meowstic look different, but they also have different moves they can learn!

The organs within Meowstic's ears possess a formidable psychic power, so it usually keeps them clamped shut. But when Meowstic is threatened, it will lift its ears and release this power.

This Pokémon tends not to show its emotions to others and remain expressionless, but it seems that some Trainers love the unsociable air it puts on.

679MS6.png Honedge HonedgeHonedge comes into being when a departed spirit inhabits a sword that once belonged to humans. It can use the blue cloth attached to its hilt as nimbly as an arm.

If you were to carelessly take this blade in hand, you may find that blue cloth wrapping around you... draining the energy from your body!


680MS6.png Doublade DoubladeWhat appeared to be a single blade becomes two blades when Honedge evolves into Doublade!

The two swords converse telepathically and can carry out complicated attacks together.

681MS6.png Aegislash AegislashAegislash is the evolved form of Doublade, bearing a shield in addition to its blade. Its Ability, Stance Change, debuts in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y and is exclusive to Aegislash.

Aegislash will shift between its Shield Forme and Blade Forme based on the actions it takes. When it's in Shield Forme, its Defense and Sp. Def stats are raised; when it's in Blade Forme, its Attack and Sp. Atk stats are raised.

682MS6.png Spritzee SpritzeeSpritzee is a Pokémon that can be found in the wild only in Pokémon Y. It emits a unique fragrance from its body, and any who smell it fall under its spell.

Spritzee's fragrance changes based on its diet.

683MS6.png Aromatisse AromatisseAromatisse, the evolved form of Spritzee, can give off a variety of different smells, from a pleasant fragrance to an odor so repugnant to its opponent that it can turn a battle in its favor.
684MS6.png Swirlix SwirlixExclusive to Pokémon X, Swirlix loves sweets and eats nothing else, making its body as sweet and sticky as cotton candy.

Swirlix's Sweet Veil Abiltiy is new to Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. It keeps Swirlix's Pokémon teammates from falling asleep. In battle, Swlirlix shoots out strings of candy-like sticky thread to blind its opponents.

685MS6.png Slurpuff SlurpuffSlurpuff has an unbelievable sense of smell—a hundred million times more sensitive than that of humans. With its highly attuned senses, it can distinguish the faintest of odors.

Since its particularly good at distinguishing sweet smells, some Slurpuff work to assist pastry chefs.

686MS6.png Inkay InkayTransmitters above Inkay's eyes have the ability to drain the will to fight from other Pokémon. It uses this skill to run and hide when attacked by stronger enemies.

With Inkay's Contrary Ability, any effect that would lower its stats increases them instead! The transmitters above Inkay's eyes are also used to communicate with other Pokémon of its kind.

687MS6.png Malamar MalamarThe evolved form of Inkay, Malamar wields some of the strongest hypnotic powers of any Pokémon and can make its opponents bend to its will.

Malamar looks differently from Inkay and has different stats, but its Contrary Ability remains the same. There is never a shortage of humans attempting to use Malamar to achieve their own nefarious purposes.

688MS6.png Binacle BinacleBinacle is a Rock- and Water-type Pokémon. These Pokémon spend their lives affixed to rocks along the seaside. They generally live two to a rock, but if they quarrel, one will move to another rock.

Binacle can have the Ability Tough Claws, which debuts in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. It raises the power of moves that make direct contact.

689MS6.png Barbaracle BarbaracleWhen Binacle evolves into Barbaracle, two Binacle multiply into seven.

They fight with the power of seven Binacle under the orders of the Barbaracle's head.

690MS6.png Skrelp SkrelpDisguised by its shape, Skrelp pretends to be a piece of seaweed. When prey gets too close, Skrelp bathes it in poison to keep it from struggling.
691MS6.png Dragalge DragalgeWhen Skrelp evolves into Dragalge, it gains the Dragon type. This ferocious Pokémon will attack any intruder without distinction. Dragalge is greatly feared, and its home waters are under a dire warning of danger.

The poison Dragalge emits is so toxic that it can erode ship hulls.

692MS6.png Clauncher ClauncherClauncher is easily recognizable by the oversized claw on one of its arms. This useful claw can seize prey and shoot water at others as a projectile!

Clauncher's enormous claw can also crack boulders when the Pokémon is at close range.

693MS6.png Clawitzer ClawitzerThe evolved form of Clauncher, Clawitzer possesses an immense claw that can shoot projectiles of water with enough force to perforate armored vessels.

Clawitzer can speed through the water by expelling wanter from the back of its claw.

694MS6.png Helioptile HelioptileHelioptile charges itself by bathing in the light of the sun, providing it with enough energy that it doesn't need to eat!
695MS6.png Heliolisk HelioliskHeliolisk is the evolved form of Helioptile. A single Heliolisk can produce enough electricity to power a high-rise building.

By spreading its frilled collar, it can soak up the rays of the sun and charge up with electric power.

696MS6.png Tyrunt TyruntTyrunt is an ancient Pokémon from another age, and to add it to your team, you'll have to restore it from a Fossil. You can choose between two Fossils during your adventure in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y—Tyrunt can be obtained by restoring the Jaw Fossil.

Tyrunt and Amaura are ancient Pokémon from another age that can be added to your team by restoring the from Fossils. You will be able to restore Fossils by going to the Fossil Lab. It's believed that Tyrunt is over one hundred million years old. The Pokémon is known to be a bit selfish, and will throw an fit when it doesn't like something.

697MS6.png Tyrantrum TyrantrumTyrantrum is the evolved form of Tyrunt. Nothing could stop this Pokémon 100 million years ago, so it behaved like a king!

Tyrantrum's greatest weapon is its gargantuan jaws, which can shred thick metal plates as if they were paper.

698MS6.png Amaura AmauraTo obtain Amaura, you'll need to restore the Sail Fossil. Choose wisely whether you want Tyrunt or Amaura when you pick between the Jaw and Sail Fossil!

Like, Tyrunt Amaura is believed to be one hundred million years old. Amaura has the Refrigerate Ability, a new Ability in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. It turns Normal-type moves into Ice-type moves.

699MS6.png Aurorus AurorusThe evolved form of Amaura, Aurorus can blast freezing cold air to damage enemies.

Aurorus can also blast air to form a wall of ice to protect itself from attacks.

700MS6.png Sylveon SylveonSylveon is a newly discovered Evolution of Eevee! Experienced Pokémon Trainers know that Eevee can evolve into seven different types, and now a new Eevee Evolution with a different type has been revealed! Sylveon is one of the first Pokémon clearly identified as a Fairy-type Pokémon. This means that Eevee can now evolve into eight possible Pokémon, each with a different type! If you want to evolve Eevee into Sylveon, you first have to work to make sure that Eevee has a strong bond with you as a Trainer. Plus, your Eevee has to learn a Fairy-type move before it can evolve!

Get ready for epic battle between Fairy-type Pokémon and Dragon-type Pokémon!

701MS6.png Hawlucha HawluchaHawlucha is a Fighting- and Flying-type Pokémon, a combination never before seen. It is fixated on performing its moves with grace. Hawlucha can learn Flying Press, a new move debuting in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y that only it can learn.

Hawlucha's body may be compact, but it is a true technican, one that makes sport of its opponents even as it dives out of the sky in battle.

702MS6.png Dedenne DedenneThe round shape of Dedenne makes this Fairy-type Pokémon instantly recognizable. Dedenne has the Cheek Pouch Ability, new to Pokémon X and Pokémon Y. If a Pokémon with this Ability eats a Berry during battle, it will not only reap the usual benefits of that Berry, but will also be able to regain HP.

By emmiting radio waves from its antenna-shaped whiskers, it can communicate with far-off allies.

Dedenne can also plug its tail into outlets to drain electricity from them.

703MS6.png Carbink CarbinkThe Rock- and Fairy-type Carbink is born deep, deep underground and has remained hidden there for millions of years.

Carbink's timid personality leads it to live in gloomy caves, where it usually remains unseen by human eyes.

704MS6.png Goomy GoomyGoomy does not move quickly and is not best-suited to battle, so it’s called the weakest Dragon-type Pokémon. However, if you can raise one of these Pokémon well, it may be able to show hidden depths that will put it on a level with any other Dragon-type Pokémon!

This Dragon-type Pokémon is covered with a gooey mucus.


705MS6.png Sliggoo SliggooSliggoo evolves from Goomy, which is said to be the weakest Dragon-type Pokémon.

Sliggoo attacks opponents by excreting a sticky liquid that can dissolve anything Its four horns are a high-performance radar system. It uses them to sense sounds and smells, rather than using ears or a nose.

706MS6.png Goodra GoodraGoomy, whose reputation paints it as weak, evolves into Sliggoo and then into a very powerful Pokémon—Goodra.

Goodra attacks opponents with the retractable horns on its head. It can throw a punch that's the equuvalent of the force of a hundred pro boxers.

707MS6.png Klefki KlefkiKlefki has a habit of collecting keys, and it never lets go of a key it likes. Some people give it the keys to vaults and safes as a way to prevent crime.

The Steel- and Fairy-type Pokémon Klefki has a placid disposition and doesn't like to battle. If Klefki is attacked, it threatens the attackers by fiercely jingling its keys at them, avoiding battle while they flinch.

708MS6.png Phantump PhantumpPhantump arise when lost souls in the woods come to inhabit old stumps. It’s said that in forests where humans seldom tread, the stumps of the very biggest trees become Phantump.

People who enter the forest can be lead astray by Phantump that imitate the sound of children's voices.

709MS6.png Trevenant TrevenantTrevenant can control trees at will. It will trap people who harm the forest, so they can never leave. Trevenant evolves from Phantump.

Although its power is terrifying, a lot of Pokémon live among Trevenant's lush leaves, and it's very kind to the Pokémon that reside in it.

710MS6.png Pumpkaboo PumpkabooThe Ghost- and Grass-type Pokémon Pumpkaboo are born when souls that have been unable to move on take up residence inside pumpkins.

Pumpkaboo can come in a number of different sizes, and the largest Pumpkaboo can be more than twice the size of the littlest ones.

711MS6.png Gourgeist GourgeistGourgeist evolves from Pumpkaboo, and just as with Pumpkaboo, there are different sizes of Gourgeist. A large Pumpkaboo evolves into a large Gourgeist, and a small Pumpkaboo evolves into a small Gourgeist.

Singing in eerie voices, Gourgeist wander the streets of towns on the night of the new moon. They say anyone who hears their song is cursed.

712MS6.png Bergmite BergmiteBergmite live in herds on mountains covered by snow, or on drift ice on the sea.

Using extremely cold air, Bergmite freeze opponents solid.

713MS6.png Avalugg AvaluggAvalugg evolves from Bergmite. When several Bergmite huddle on Avalugg's flat, spacious back, it looks like an aircraft carrier made of ice.

Ice ice-covered body is hard as steel.

714MS6.png Noibat NoibatNoibat, a Flying- and Dragon-type Pokémon, evolves into Noivern. Its ears radiate ultrasonic waves, enabling it to communicate with others of its kind or to immobilize prey.

Noibat can even use sounds waves to determine the ripeness of the fruits it loves to eat.

715MS6.png Noivern NoivernNoivern is extremely combative toward anything that wanders too close to it. It flies through even the darkest nights using ultrasonic waves it emits from its ears. This Pokémon loves fruit, and feeding it fruit will keep it calm.

The waves Noivern emits from its ears are string enough to reduce large boulders to rubble.

716MS6.png Xerneas
717MS6.png Yveltal
718MS6.png Zygarde Zygarde

There's one more Legendary Pokémon in the Kalos region. Get Zygarde on your team! This Legendary Pokémon spends its life unmoving, deep within a dark cave. It is said to appear when the ecological balance of Kalos is threatened, only then releasing its hidden powers.

719MS6.png Diancie Diancie

Diancie can create diamonds out of thin air by compressing the carbon in the atmosphere with its hands. It uses these jewels in battle to attack enemies and protect itself.

Groups of Carbink tend to gather around Diancie, but Diancie pays them little heed and acts only according to its own will.

720MS6.png Hoopa
720MS6.png Hoopa
721MS6.png Volcanion

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Pokemon Entry
720MS6.png Hoopa

Hoopa is a Mythical Pokémon in the world of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire that cannot be encountered through regular gameplay! The Pokémon is recognizable by its two horns and the golden ring that adorns its trunk. Hoopa’s rings are said to have the power to bend dimensions and move objects across great distances.

719MMS6.png Mega Diancie

The Mythical Pokémon Diancie, with its pink, glittering body, is said to be the most beautiful Pokémon in the world. Now, with Mega Diancie, the Mega Evolution of a Mythical Pokémon has been confirmed for the first time ever!

Bring Diancie Over to Your Game! Diancie is a Mythical Pokémon that you can get in Pokémon X or Pokémon Y by picking up a special code at participating stores. Once you obtain Diancie, you can bring Diancie over to your copy of Pokémon Omega Ruby or Pokémon Alpha Sapphire. Or use Pokémon Bank to bring Diancie to your copy of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire. You can then obtain Diancite in the game, and Mega Evolve Diancie into Mega Diancie during battle.

719MS6.png Diancie

In order to Mega Evolve Diancie into Mega Diancie, you'll have to start by obtaining Diancie for your Pokémon X or Pokémon Y game. Then, bring the Diancie you received into Pokémon Omega Ruby or Pokémon Alpha Sapphire! Stay tuned for information on how to get Diancie.

The impurities upon its body’s surface have fallen away, and it sparkles so brilliantly when reflecting light that you cannot look directly at it. The diamond on its head measures over 2,000 carats.

Diancie can do even more when it Mega Evolves, changing its Ability and its stats. With the Magic Bounce Ability, any status conditions or stat-lowering effects can be bounced back at the one trying to inflict them. Also when Diancie Mega Evolves, its Speed increases greatly. Mega Diancie's Defense and Sp. Def both go down, but its Attack and Sp. Atk gain big boosts, making its Mega Evolution perfect for getting off fast attacks.

Because of its noble beauty, it is commonly referred to as "the Royal Pink Princess."

Seize Victory with Mega Diancie!

Check out some recommended moves for Mega Diancie that take advantage of its extremely high Attack and Sp. Atk, and its aptitude for blindingly fast attacks. This Pokémon, blessed with both beauty and skill, can adapt quickly to any situation!

To utilize Mega Diancie's high Attack stat, use the move Diamond Storm!

208MMS6.png Mega Steelix

Steelix Mega Evolves into Mega Steelix. The cells within its body, crystallized by the energy produced from Mega Evolution, are stronger than any mineral and able to withstand any temperature. It moves incredibly slowly, but its strengthened body is also impervious to damage, and it lashes out at foes without flinching.

Steelix gains an outstanding Defense stat after Mega Evolving.

095MS6.png Onix

Onix can bore through the ground at speeds of 50 miles per hour by twisting its huge, rugged body. It has a magnet in its brain that prevents it from ever losing its sense of direction, even while deep underground.

208MS6.png Steelix

Steelix bites through rocks with its sturdy jaws, digging towards the planet's center. It can dig more than half a mile into the ground. Its body, able to withstand the high pressure and heat in the planet's center, is harder than any metal.

Onix evolves into Steelix when it is traded holding a Metal Coat.

362MMS6.png Mega Glalie

The excessive energy from its Mega Evolution gushes out of its mouth, blasting away and destroying its jaw. It is no longer able to close its mouth, and the freezing air it emits becomes far stronger. It tosses foes into its gaping mouth, expelling a burst of chilled air to freeze them instantly.

When Glalie Mega Evolves, its Attack and Sp. Atk both shoot upward. Its Speed stat also sees some increase.

361MS6.png Snorunt

Snorunt lives on a diet composed solely of snow and ice, and it is perfectly fine even at temperatures as low as –150 degrees Fahrenheit. It is said that a home visited by Snorunt will come into wealth.

478MS6.png Froslass

Froslass freezes foes by blowing on them with breath of nearly –60 degrees Fahrenheit. There are legends in snowy regions that say Froslass is the reincarnation of a girl who became lost upon a snowy mountain.

362MS6.png Glalie

Glalie's stone body is protected by armor made of ice. Fire will not melt it. It can freeze all the moisture in the air in the fraction of a second, and it has the ability to manipulate ice freely.

Give a female Snorunt a Dawn Stone to have it evolve into Froslass. Raise Snorunt to Level 42 to have it evolve into Glalie.

018MMS6.png Mega Pidgeot

Pidgeot Mega Evolves into Mega Pidgeot. The gusts it can whip up with its tough and well-developed wings are powerful enough to smash huge trees.

Upon Mega Evolving, its Sp. Atk gets a great boost. Take good advantage of its zippy Speed stat, and you can pummel opponents in no time flat. Its No Guard Ability means its attack will never miss—nor will attacks used against it. You can be sure of dealing damage even with moves that have low accuracy.

The minerals that go into Pidgeot's feathers change, resulting in a change in their coloration as well.

016MS6.png Pidgey

Pidgey has a peaceful personality and does not enjoy battle, but if you take a wrong step around it, it will beat its wings furiously and attack by kicking up sand.

017MS6.png Pidgeotto

Pidgeotto flies around its expansive territory, always on patrol. It uses the sharp and well-developed claws on its feet to ruthlessly punish those who invade its territory.

018MS6.png Pidgeot

Pidgeot intimidates foes by spreading its beautiful, glossy wings. When it beats its wings at full strength, tall trees bend and sway. It can fly through the air at speeds of Mach 2.

015MMS6.png Mega Beedrill

Beedrill Mega Evolves into Mega Beedrill. The poison it produces from its four limbs all work instantaneously, yet the poison it emits from its tail is slow-acting. It uses the former to prevent its foes from fleeing, and the latter to deal the finishing blow.

Mega Evolution gives its Attack and Speed stats an explosive boost. Adaptability is an Ability that increases the power of moves of the same type as the user from the standard 150% to 200%. Put it together with this Pokémon's powerful Attack stat and aim for massive damage!

With six wings, Mega Beedrill flies to the attack with great speed!

013MS6.png Weedle

Weedle has a small poisonous stinger, less than two inches tall, on its head. This is what it uses to drive off attacking foes. Its brightly colored body is intended to put a scare into any potential enemies it happens to meet.

014MS6.png Kakuna

Kakuna hides on the underside of leaves and between branches, trying to avoid being spotted by foes as it waits for Evolution. When in danger, it can harden its shell to protect itself.

015MS6.png Beedrill

Beedrill is extremely vigilant over its territory. When angered, Beedrill attack in swarms to sting foes with the poisonous stingers on their arms and tails. Do not approach their nests, for your own sake.

323MMS6.png Mega Camerupt

The humps on its back have transformed into one large and very active volcano. Magma is constantly bubbling up from within its body. It has a deep hatred of water or any moisture, and has an explosive personality and a short temper. The volcano on its back erupts constantly in an effort to intimidate its foes.

When it Mega Evolves, its Ability changes to Sheer Force. It grows stronger, and any moves that can have additional effects will grow in power—but it’s important to keep in mind that they will no longer be able to trigger their additional effects! Most of its stats are uniformly raised, but its Speed does drop. Try to think of strategies based on the likelihood of being second to act in battle.

323MS6.png Camerupt

The humps on Camerupt's back contain volcanoes. The magma that boils up in its body spews from these humps. Huge eruptions occur regularly once a decade, but if the Pokémon becomes angry, the volcanoes will gush with great force.

319MMS6.png Mega Sharpedo

The fangs in Mega Sharpedo's mouth have transformed, and the horns that have sprouted from its nose can be regrown countless times. The yellow patterns on its body are scars carved into it in battle. With explosive propulsion, it can exceed 125 mph in an instant.

When it Mega Evolves, all of its stats see a boost, and its already high Attack is whetted still further. In addition, Mega Sharpedo gains the Strong Jaw Ability, which raises the power of biting attacks. Have it learn moves that will take advantage of this aggressive Ability!

319MS6.png Sharpedo

Brutal and cruelly clever, Sharpedo is the gangster of the seas. It has fangs that can snap through steel, and a single Sharpedo can tear a large tanker into pieces. At its top speeds, it can travel faster than 75 mph.

475MMS6.png Mega Gallade

Plates emerge on Gallade's arms, and the helmet and cape-like protrusions on its head and back give it a knightly appearance. When the situation demands, Mega Gallade can use its psychic power to reshape both arms into blades simultaneously, and fight using a dual-wielding style.

When it Mega Evolves, its Ability changes to Inner Focus, so it’s protected from flinching. Its Attack and Speed stats improve, making this a Pokémon likely to excel at first-strike strategies.

280MS6.png Ralts

When its red horns capture the warm feelings of people or Pokémon, its body warms up slightly. Ralts draws closer if it senses someone with a positive disposition.

281MS6.png Kirlia

A Kirlia that is exposed to the positive emotions of its Trainer grows beautiful. This Pokémon has the psychic power to create a rip in the surrounding dimension and see into the future.

282MS6.png Gardevoir

If you let any Kirlia level up to Lv. 30 without giving it a Dawn Stone, it will evolve into Gardevoir, regardless of its gender. Gardevoir has the power to predict the future, and it will guard its Trainer with its life. It can expend its psychic power to warp dimensions and create a small black hole.

475MS6.png Gallade

If you use a Dawn Stone on a male Kirlia, it will evolve into Gallade. A master of courtesy and swordsmanship, Gallade fights using extending swords on its elbows. It has the power to sense what its foe is thinking.

080MMS6.png Mega Slowbro

Mega Slowbro's energy has gathered in the Shellder clamped onto its tail. As a result, the hardness of its shell is boosted, making an armor so hard that nothing and no one can scratch it. When Mega Slowbro battles, it stands up on its tail. It can move by bouncing along, using its tail as a spring.

After Mega Evolving, its Shell Armor Ability means that opponents' attacks will never land a critical hit. In terms of stats, its previously high Defense jumps still more, and its Sp. Attack also increases, making Mega Slowbro a great Pokémon for long, sticky battles that require endurance.

079MS6.png Slowpoke

Slowpoke is always vacantly lost in thought, but no one knows what it's thinking about. A sweet sap leaks from the tip of its tail, and it doesn't even notice if something gnaws on its tail tip.

080MS6.png Slowbro

Shellder won't let go because of the tasty flavor that oozes from Slowbro's tail. Slowbro seems to become inspired if the Shellder on its tail bites down strongly. Slowbro evolves from Slowpoke when Slowpoke reaches a certain level.

199MS6.png Slowking

When its head was bitten, toxins entered Slowpoke's head and unlocked an extraordinary power. Whenever Slowking yawns, Shellder injects more poison, making Slowking ever more intelligent. Slowking evolves from Slowpoke when Slowpoke is traded holding a King's Rock.

531MMS6.png Mega Audino

Mega Audino emits a soothing pulse from its body that reduces hostility in others. This powerful pulse calms any who come in range. Additionally, any creature that happens to come in contact with its second feelers will fall into a deep sleep.

When it Mega Evolves, this Pokémon gains the Fairy type. It has the Healer Ability regardless of what its Ability was prior to Mega Evolving. Its Defense and Sp. Defense are both improved, making it a good supporter in Double Battles and the like.

531MS6.png Audino

Audino touches others with the feelers on its ears, using the sound of their heartbeats to tell how they are feeling or when an Egg might hatch into a Pokémon.

334MMS6.png Mega Altaria

Mega Altaria's body is enveloped in its unique feathers, which glimmer with an iridescent sheen. They have grown even larger as a self-protective measure. It sings with a voice that is even more beautiful than before it Mega Evolved. It has a sociable personality and is not timid.

When it Mega Evolves, Altaria's type changes, and it becomes a Dragon- and Fairy-type Pokémon! It has the Pixilate Ability, which makes Normal-type moves into Fairy-type moves. Its Attack and Sp. Attack also get big boosts, and its Defense is increased as well. Its usefulness won't be limited to the contest stage!

333MS6.png Swablu

Swablu has light and fluffy wings that are like cottony clouds. It loves to make things clean. If it spots something dirty, it will immediately polish it with its wings. It loves to land softly on people's heads and act like it’s a hat.

334MS6.png Altaria

Altaria dances and wheels through the sky among billowing, cotton-like clouds. When it connects heart-to-heart with someone, it envelops that person in its soft, beautiful wings, humming in a pure soprano tone. Lisia's Altaria is named Ali.

373MMS6.png Mega Salamence

The energy from Salamence's Mega Evolution is focused on its wings. Its two wings fuse together, becoming a single huge wing in a crescent shape. When flying at high speeds, this wing becomes a great blade, slicing through anything loitering in Mega Salamence's way.

When it Mega Evolves, its Defense stat soars. With its already high stats climbing even higher, this becomes an even more promising Pokémon than before. Its Aerilate Ability also makes Normal-type moves into Flying-type moves, increasing the ways that Mega Salamence can battle.

371MS6.png Bagon

Bagon has a dream of flying through the wide skies, and it hurls itself off cliffs every day to practice. As a result, its head has grown as tough and hard as tempered steel.

372MS6.png Shelgon

Within Shelgon's armor-like shell, its cells have begun transforming. Its shell is extremely heavy, making its movements somewhat sluggish.

373MS6.png Salamence

As a result of its deeply felt and long-held dream of flying, Salamence has finally sprouted a magnificent set of wings. It becomes uncontrollable if it is enraged, scorching all the fields and mountains across the land with its flames.

428MMS6.png Mega Lopunny

Mega Lopunny's wild fighting instincts, long dormant, have been awakened! A full-power strike from its ears could crumple solid steel plates. Its personality transforms and becomes extremely aggressive, which often leaves its Trainer feeling bewildered by the change.

Lopunny's Attack gets a huge boost from Mega Evolution, and its already-high Speed also increases. With the Scrappy Ability, its Normal- and Fighting-type moves will even hit Ghost-type Pokémon.

427MS6.png Buneary

Buneary curls up its ears as an expression of its feelings. By extending its rolled-up ears and striking the ground, it can bound so high that it surprises itself, or shatter large boulders in an instant.

428MS6.png Lopunny

Lopunny is a very neat Pokémon and never fails to groom its ears. It is extremely cautious, and it bounds off lightly as soon as it senses danger.

Mega Metagross

Upon Mega Evolving, Metagross's Ability changes to Tough Claws, which increases the power of attacks that make physical contact. Its Speed is also increased greatly, and its stats are better balanced than ever! With increases in its Attack, Defense, Sp. Atk, and Sp. Def, this is a Pokémon primed for both offense and defense.

374MS6.png Beldum

All of the cells in Beldum's body are magnetic, and it communicates with the others using magnetic wavelengths.

375MS6.png Metang

Two Beldum have been fused together in the formation of Metang. By linking their two brains, Metang's Psychic power grows even stronger. Metang flies through the air at speeds up to 60 mph.

376MS6.png Metagross

Two Metang are fused together in Metagross. Its four brains are faster than any supercomputer at obtaining the results of difficult computations. It folds its four legs as it floats in the air.

By repelling the ground’s natural magnetism, Beldum floats in the air.

The claws on its two arms have enough destructive power to slice through thick metal plates like silk.

Metagross pins down prey with its huge body as it devours them with the large mouth in its abdomen.

302MMS6.png Mega Sableye

Sableye has concentrated all of the energy from its Mega Evolution into the red jewel on its chest, which increases in size and detaches from its body. This enlarged jewel boasts incredible hardness, and it is said that no attack can even make a scratch on it!

When Sableye Mega Evolves, its Defense and Sp. Attack stats both get big boosts. Its Speed stat does decrease slightly, perhaps because of the weight of its huge jewel. Thanks to its Magic Bounce Ability, any moves that affect only stats or status conditions will be bounced back at its attacker.

During battle, Mega Sableye shelters itself behind the jewel, from where it can take advantage of any openings its target leaves exposed.

302MS6.png Sableye

Eating jewels has turned the eyes of this unique Pokémon into jewels themselves. Lurking within dark caves, Sableye rarely ever shows itself.

People fear that their souls will be stolen when Sableye's eyes glitter eerily in the dark.

263MS6.png Zigzagoon

Zigzagoon is a Pokémon with abundant curiosity. It shows an interest in everything, so it always covers the ground in a zigzagging motion. It's good at finding items in the grass and even in the ground.

265MS6.png Wurmple

Wurmple live in the forests and tall grass, and are often targeted by bird Pokémon. This Pokémon will try to resist attackers using the poisonous spikes on its rear.

261MS6.png Poochyena

Poochyena savagely threatens foes, running them ragged. However, it also has a cowardly side, and it will turn tail and flee if a foe strikes back.

276MS6.png Taillow

Taillow have a courageous spirit, but they grow timid when they are hungry. They fly about in search of warm lands.

278MS6.png Wingull

It makes its nests on sheer cliffs at the edge of the sea. It rides on the ocean winds, which it catches with its long wings in the same way as a glider.

349MS6.png Feebas

Feebas is the shabbiest Pokémon of all. With its tenacious will to live, it can survive on no more than the smallest amount of water. Feebas to Milotic is surely the most dramatic Evolution in Pokémon. To evolve this shabby-looking Pokémon into its stunning final form, raise its Beauty condition with Pokéblocks and then have it level up!

350MS6.png Milotic

It is said that seeing Milotic's beautiful form will soften even the hardest hearts and make anyone who sees it forget any hostile intentions.

336MS6.png Seviper

You'll find Seviper in the wild only in Pokémon Alpha Sapphire. Seviper shares a generations-long feud with Zangoose.

Seviper keeps its sword-edged tail, which is tipped with terrible poison, surgically sharp and ready for battle by sharpening it on stones.

335MS6.png Zangoose

Zangoose will appear in the wild only in Pokémon Omega Ruby. Memories of battling its archrival Seviper are etched into every cell of Zangoose’s body.

It slashes foes with its biggest weapon: sharp claws.

252MS6.png Treecko

Treecko lives by making nests in large trees in the forest. It has a cool and collected personality and a strong territorial sense. With its large tail, it strikes down foes that wander too close.

253MS6.png Grovyle

Grovyle, Treecko’s evolved form, has muscles in its thighs that are much more greatly developed, and provide astonishing explosiveness and jumping power. Grovyle has a way of leaping easily from branch to branch, giving it a reputation as the most-skilled tree-climber in the jungle.

254MS6.png Sceptile

Grovyle’s evolved form (and Treecko's final evolved form) is Sceptile. The leaves that sprout from its body have a razor edge that lets them cut clean through the trunks of large trees. With the way it handles its quick body, it possesses such strength that it has no real foes in the jungle.

254MMS6.png Mega Sceptile

Sceptile’s Mega-Evolved form is Mega Sceptile. Thanks to the power in its quick legs, Mega Sceptile can be on its opponent in a flash! When it Mega Evolves, it gains the Dragon type and its Dragon-type attacks become more powerful. It also has the Lightning Rod Ability, which absorbs the damage from Electric-type moves to raise its own Sp. Atk, a big advantage especially in Double Battles.

Mega Sceptile can cut off a portion of its tail to fire it like a missile at an opponent.

Because of the flame sac in its belly, Torchic feels warm and toasty when you hug it.Using its powerfully developed legs and hips, Combusken can unleash 10 kicks in a single second.

257MS6.png Blaziken

Blaziken is Combusken’s evolved form. This Pokémon’s legs have grown even more powerful, and it can easily leap over a 30-story building. When it meets a strong foe, its wrists flare with fire, and it rushes courageously into battle. The more fearsome the enemy it faces, the more the fires at its wrists blaze.

257MMS6.png Mega Blaziken

When Blaziken Mega Evolves into Mega Blaziken, it further hones the power of its kicks, always a source of pride to it. As it unleashes a flurry of savage kicks, its legs can begin to burn from the friction of the surrounding atmosphere.

By Mega Evolving, its famous Attack becomes even stronger. With its Speed Boost Ability making it faster with each passing turn, Mega Blaziken becomes unstoppable!

As Mega Blaziken’s body temperature increases, its power and speed continue to ramp up.

258MS6.png Mudkip

When Mudkip is in a tight spot, it can unleash power so strong that it can smash boulders larger than itself into dust. Despite its small body, this Pokémon has real strength to boast about.

259MS6.png Marshtomp

Marshtomp is Mudkip’s evolved form. The addition of Ground type means it is proficient at using mud-based attacks. Its legs have been trained by its life in boggy swamps, and it has developed the ability of walking on two legs.

260MS6.png Swampert

Marshtomp evolves into Swampert. This Pokémon possesses enough power to tow large ships while swimming. Its tough front limbs are hard as rock, and it can turn boulders into dust with a single swipe.

260MMS6.png Mega Swampert

When Swampert Mega Evolves into Mega Swampert, the strength that it needs to act in the water is increased, and it can use its tenacious power both on land and in the water. Upon Mega Evolving, Mega Swampert gains the Ability Swift Swim. Despite its large body, its Speed will fully double when the weather is rainy. With an improved Attack stat, put a quick stop to foes!

The musculature of Mega Swampert’s upper body has developed immensely, making it look tougher than ever.

381MS6.png Latios

Latios can understand human speech. It tucks its forelegs in against its body to achieve speeds that would outmatch a jet plane.

380MS6.png Latias

Latias is attuned to the hearts and minds of people and able to understand them. It is able to completely hide itself thanks to the feathers which cover its body and are able to refract light.

381MMS6.png Mega Latios and Mega Latias

Among the fastest Pokémon in existence, Mega Latios and Mega Latias can outrace a jet in flight and reach a speed of Mach 4! Use their enhanced wings to dominate your opponents in battle.

381MMS6.png Mega Latios

Latios Mega Evolves into Mega Latios. It's larger than Mega Latias, and can achieve higher speeds in flight. Latios has high stats in both Speed and Sp. Atk. When it Mega Evolves, its Sp. Atk is not the only stat to get a great boost—its Attack jumps, too! This Pokémon can use its Speed in battle to unleash a flurry of attacks!

380MMS6.png Mega Latias

Latias Mega Evolves into Mega Latias. Its body is smaller than Mega Latios's body. It is more agile and can make very sharp turns. Latias has high stats in Speed, Defense, and Special Defense, making it very durable. When it Mega Evolves, its famed defensive strength grows substantially! It can benefit you in a supportive role, such as having it use moves to aid an ally in Double Battles.

386MS6.png Deoxys (Normal Forme)

The Pokémon Deoxys resulted when the DNA of a space virus, attached to a meteorite, became mutated. It's highly intelligent and can wield psychic powers. Deoxys is able to switch among four different Formes. Catch Deoxys and enjoy all kinds of battling!

386MS6.png Four Deoxys Formes

Deoxys is a Pokémon that can switch among four different Formes. It's said that an aurora appears in the sky whenever it changes Formes. The Pokémon's stats change when it changes Formes, too.

386MS6.png Deoxys Attack Forme

This Forme has an even higher Attack and Sp. Atk than its Normal Forme. Its incredible Attack and Sp. Atk are the highest of any Pokémon.

386MS6.png Deoxys Defense Forme

This Forme has a higher Defense and Sp. Def than its Normal Forme. It can be a tenacious opponent in battles if you have it use the Recover move, which restores its HP.

386MS6.png Deoxys Speed Forme

This Forme has an even higher Speed than its Normal Forme—the highest of any Pokémon. When you don’t want to give opponents the chance to strike, this is the Forme to choose!

384MMS6.png Mega Rayquaza

Rayquaza is said to be somehow connected with the mysteries of Mega Evolution. Now its Mega-Evolved appearance can be revealed at last! The Legendary Pokémon Rayquaza is said to achieve Mega Evolution in a unique way—unlike that of other Pokémon—due to its unique biology. What is this unique method? And what is the mystery of Mega Evolution? All will become clear in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire.

Rayquaza is a Pokémon distinguished by its high Attack and Sp. Atk. When it Mega Evolves, almost all of its stats get a boost, including these two, and it gains overwhelming power!

Delta Stream is an Ability that only Mega Rayquaza possesses: it fills the air with mysterious strong winds that affect the weather. These strong winds cannot be dispelled by changing the weather condition, except by a very limited number of Pokémon.

Particles stream from the long filaments that extend from its jutting jaw. These particles can control the density and humidity of the air, allowing Rayquaza to manipulate the weather. Its green hide sparkles with an emerald-like quality.

Dragon Ascent The Dragon Ascent move, which Rayquaza alone can use, is a powerful one. It boasts one of the greatest power ratings of all Flying-type moves, putting it at the top of its class. Not only will you be surprised by its overwhelming power—you'll be mesmerized by its majestic appearance! After soaring up toward the heavens in a great burst of speed, it crashes down in attack, dealing massive damage.

Strong Winds Weather Condition When Mega Rayquaza whips up strong winds with its Delta Stream Ability, this is what happens:

The moves Rain Dance, Sunny Day, Sandstorm, and Hail will fail. The Abilities Drizzle, Drought, Sand Stream, and Snow Warning will fail to activate. Moves of a type that Flying-type Pokémon are usually weak to will only deal normal damage to any Flying-type Pokémon in the battle.

Also, with Delta Stream, weather effects last indefinitely as long as Mega Rayquaza remains in battle. When it is swapped out for another Pokémon on your team, the weather immediately returns to normal.

This is different than the Abilities Drizzle, Drought, Sand Stream, and Snow Warning, which can all affect the weather for five turns after being activated in battle, regardless of whether the Pokémon with these Abilities are still in battle or not.

The Delta Stream Ability and the Air Lock Ability are different in that Delta Stream fills the air with strong winds for as long as Mega Rayquaza remains in battle. Air Lock cancels out all weather-condition effects for all of the Pokémon in a battle as long as Rayquaza remains in the battle.

384MS6.png Rayquaza

In the Hoenn region, there is a third legend whose name is spoken in the same breath as Groudon and Kyogre. That is the third Legendary Pokémon: Rayquaza.

A Pokémon said to have lived in the ozone layer for hundreds of millions of years, it looks like a shooting star as it flies through the night sky. According to legend, when Groudon and Kyogre clash, Rayquaza descends to the planet's surface.

Rayquaza is said to be related to the mystery of Mega Evolution in some way.

250MS6.png Ho-Oh

Ho-Oh is a Legendary Pokémon said to fly through the skies above the world with its fantastic rainbow-colored wings. People say that rainbows follow in Ho-Oh's path wherever it flies.

249MS6.png Lugia

With tough wings and powerful stats, this Legendary Pokémon is heralded as a god of the seas. When Lugia flaps its wings, it whips up a storm said to last 40 days.

483MS6.png Dialga

Dialga is a Legendary Pokémon said to be able to move between the past and the future. It can freely manipulate the flow of time.

484MS6.png Palkia

This Legendary Pokémon is said to be able to move between distant places and even different dimensions. It can freely manipulate the links between dimensions.

643MS6.png Reshiram

The Legendary Pokémon Reshiram could burn all the world with its flames. It is said to come to the aid of those who want to build a world based on truth.

644MS6.png Zekrom

The Legendary Pokémon Zekrom could fry the whole world with its lightning. It is said to stand beside those who want to build a world based on ideals.

243MS6.png Raikou

It is said that Raikou's descent was marked by lightning. It can fire thunderbolts from the rain clouds on its back.

244MS6.png Entei

Entei races across the land, spewing flames hotter than the magma of a volcano. It is said that when it roars, a volcano erupts somewhere around the globe.

245MS6.png Suicune

Suicune runs gracefully across the land and can purify filthy, murky water in an instant. It is said to be the reincarnation of the north wind.

480MS6.png Uxie

It is said that Uxie's emergence gave humans the intelligence to improve their quality of life. According to legend, Uxie can wipe out the memories of those who meet its eyes.

481MS6.png Mesprit

When Mesprit flew, people learned the joy and sadness of living. It is called the god of emotions.

482MS6.png Azelf

Azelf is said to have endowed humans with the determination needed to face any of life's difficulties. It sleeps at the bottom of a lake to keep the world in balance.

638MS6.png Cobalion

Cobalion has a body and heart of steel. This Legendary Pokémon battled against humans to protect Pokémon. Its personality is calm and composed, yet its glare is enough to make unruly Pokémon obey it.

639MS6.png Terrakion

Its charge is strong enough to break through a giant castle wall in one blow. This Pokémon came to the defense of Pokémon that had lost their homes in a war among humans.

640MS6.png Virizion

Virizion's head features horns as sharp as blades. Using whirlwind-like movements, it bewilders its opponents and swiftly cuts them down. This Pokémon fought humans in order to protect its friends.

641MS6.png Tornadus

Tornadus zooms through the sky at 200 mph. Tornadus expels massive energy from its tail, causing severe storms. The winds it causes are so powerful, they blow everything away. Thundurus The spikes on this Pokémon's tail discharge immense bolts of lightning. Countless charred remains mar the landscape of places through which Thundurus has passed.

645MS6.png Landorus

Lands visited by Landorus grant such bountiful crops that it has been hailed as "The Guardian of the Fields." The energy that comes pouring from its tail increases the nutrition in the soil.

488MS6.png Cresselia

Those who sleep holding Cresselia's feather are assured of joyful dreams. On nights around the quarter moon, the aurora from its tail grows longer and more beautiful.

485MS6.png Heatran

Boiling blood, like magma, circulates through Heatran's body. It digs in with its cross-shaped feet to crawl on ceilings and walls. Heatran dwells in volcanic caves.

In these games, you can encounter Legendary Pokémon in all kinds of places, and Mirage spots are just one of many!

383MS6.png Groudon Primal Groudon and Primal Kyogre

The identities of the package Pokémon confirmed! Their names are Primal Groudon and Primal Kyogre! In the Hoenn region, it is believed that there are two great Legendary Pokémon: Groudon, who created the land, and Kyogre, who created the seas.

Their existence was told in a famous Hoenn legend:

Long, long ago, there appeared in Hoenn two Pokémon of fearsome power. These two became known, in later times, as Groudon and Kyogre. When Groudon howled, the earth swelled and the land grew wide. The sun blazed overhead, and all the world around the creature was enveloped in incandescent heat. When Kyogre roared, water poured forth and the seas spread outward. Dark clouds enshrouded the world, and the deluge fell upon all... It seems that somewhere there are great cave paintings to be found that show a scene exactly as described in the legends.

Primal Reversion

The legend told in Hoenn did not end there, however.

It was a primal age, early in the world’s history. The natural world was overflowing with energy. That energy granted Groudon and Kyogre an overwhelming power. Seeking ever more of that energy for themselves, the two clashed again and again, and their battles cast the people and Pokémon of Hoenn into great danger. Brimming with the overwhelming power granted to them by nature’s energy, their transformation was named "Primal Reversion" by later people. And the people called their tormentors Primal Groudon and Primal Kyogre...

The Pokémon that appear on these titles’ packaging are indeed Primal Groudon and Primal Kyogre, the Primal Reversion forms that have reclaimed their original power! What kind of power lies in this newly revealed transformation known as Primal Reversion? And what is the connection between Primal Reversion and Mega Evolution?

377MS6.png Regirock

Regirock is a Pokémon that is made entirely of rocks and boulders. If parts of its body chip off in battle, Regirock repairs itself by adding new rocks.

378MS6.png Regice

Regice's body is made from ice from the ice age. It controls frigid air of –328 degrees Fahrenheit.

379MS6.png Registeel

Tempered by pressure underground over tens of thousands of years, Registeel's body cannot be scratched. Not only is it hard, this mysterious material also shrinks and stretches flexibly.

486MS6.png Regigigas

Regigigas is said to have made Pokémon that look like itself from special icebergs, rocks, and magma. There is an enduring legend that states this Pokémon towed continents with ropes.

Legends have been passed down in the Hoenn region for generations about Groudon and Kyogre. In the continued tale of those legends, who should appear but mighty Rayquaza? Rayquaza is the third Legendary Pokémon of the Hoenn region, standing equal to Groudon and Kyogre. Rayquaza can be encountered in both Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire.

It was a primal age, early in the world's history... The natural world was overflowing with energy. That energy granted Groudon and Kyogre an overwhelming power. Seeking ever more of that energy for themselves, the two clashed again and again, and their battles cast the people and Pokémon of Hoenn into great danger. Brimming with the overwhelming power granted by the energy of nature, this transformation was named by later people "Primal Reversion." And the people called their tormentors Primal Groudon and Primal Kyogre.

One Pokémon looked down upon this battle from the sky above. The Pokémon that dances in the heavens: Rayquaza. Rayquaza is venerated by the people of Hoenn as their protector and savior. When Primal Groudon and Primal Kyogre had battled for 20 dawns and 20 nights, the world began to lose its natural balance and tilt toward destruction. The people, unable to endure any more, cried out to their mighty savior Rayquaza before a great stone that shone with rainbow brilliance. And a change came upon Rayquaza, weaving in the sky above Primal Groudon and Primal Kyogre. Suffused in brilliant light, its body began to transform visibly. And then...

The epic battle between Primal Groudon and Primal Kyogre threatens to disrupt the balance of the entire world. The truth behind the Hoenn region's legends and the mysteries of Mega Evolution will be revealed in November. Observe the truth for yourself!

383MS6.png Groudon

Said to have expanded the landmass, Groudon is able to dispel rain clouds with its light and evaporate water with its heat.

At the end of its mortal battle with Kyogre, it is believed to have fallen into a long slumber within the magma beneath the earth’s crust.

Primal Groudon

With an Ability that can control the weather and a high Attack and Defense, the powerful Pokémon Groudon obtains even greater power upon Primal Reversion. When Groudon undergoes Primal Reversion, it becomes Primal Groudon.

Through Primal Reversion, Groudon's powerful Attack grows even greater. It also gains the Fire type, raising the power of the Fire-type moves it can learn. And it appears that its Ability might get a boost! Look forward to more details about the power hidden within Primal Groudon!

The energy that fills its body pours forth as magma, and it burns with such an extreme temperature that its body is always shimmering with the haze of its heat.

Primal Groudon

Groudon has long been the heaviest of all known Pokémon. With its Primal Reversion, it smashes that record to pieces!

Primal Groudon's Ability Revealed The Desolate Land Ability, which only Primal Groudon has, changes the weather condition to extremely harsh sunlight. It is not possible to change the weather condition during extremely harsh sunlight (leaving aside the efforts of an exceedingly small number of Pokémon).

Features of the extremely harsh sunlight condition: ・Grants the same effects to Pokémon and their moves as the harsh sunlight brought about by the Drought Ability ・The moves Rain Dance, Sunny Day, Sandstorm, and Hail will fail ・The Abilities Drizzle, Drought, Sand Stream, and Snow Warning will fail to activate ・Water-type attacks will become ineffective

Normally, the Abilities Drizzle, Drought, Sand Stream, and Snow Warning all last for five turns after being activated, regardless of whether the Pokémon is still in battle or not, and then the weather returns to normal.

Desolate Land’s weather effects, however, will last as long as Primal Groudon remains in battle. As soon as it is swapped out for another Pokémon, the weather immediately returns to normal.

An Exclusive Move for Groudon The Precipice Blades move, which is a Ground-type move only Groudon can use, is a powerful attack that can hit multiple opponents. Scores of sharp rocks surge upward to spear its foes.

382MS6.png Kyogre

Summoning rain clouds that cover all the sky, Kyogre is said to have caused great deluges to expand the sea. At the end of its mortal battle with Groudon, it is believed to have fallen into a long slumber deep at the bottom of the ocean.

Primal Kyogre The powerful Pokémon Kyogre obtains even greater power upon Primal Reversion. The energy that fills its body spills forth as seawater. Its body composition becomes nearly a match for seawater, and its blue skin glows like a sapphire.

With Primal Reversion, Primal Kyogre's powerful Sp. Atk will grow even greater! Plus, look forward to more details about Primal Kyogre's Ability, a power hidden within this awesome Pokémon.

Its body is half-translucent, and a golden light glows from within it. It is more mysterious and magnificent than ever!

Primal Kyogre When Kyogre undergoes Primal Reversion, it becomes Primal Kyogre, and the length of its body more than doubles!

Primal Kyogre's Ability Revealed The Primordial Sea Ability, which only Primal Kyogre has, changes the weather condition to an oppressive heavy rain. It is not possible to change the weather condition during heavy rain (leaving aside the efforts of an exceedingly small number of Pokémon).

Features of the heavy rain condition: ・Grants the same effects to Pokémon and their moves as the rain brought about by the Drizzle Ability ・The moves Rain Dance, Sunny Day, Sandstorm, and Hail will fail ・The Abilities Drizzle, Drought, Sand Stream, and Snow Warning will fail to activate ・Fire-type attacks will become ineffective

Normally, the Abilities Drizzle, Drought, Sand Stream, and Snow Warning all last for five turns after being activated, regardless of whether the Pokémon is still in battle or not, and then the weather returns to normal.

Primordial Sea’s weather effects, however, will last as long as Primal Kyogre remains in battle. As soon as it is swapped out for another Pokémon, the weather immediately returns to normal.

An Exclusive Move for Kyogre The Origin Pulse move slams foes with water massed into ballistic orbs. Only Kyogre can use this powerful attack that can hit multiple opponents.

373MS6.png Salamence

As a result of its strongly held dream of flying, Salamence has finally sprouted a magnificent pair of wings. When enraged, it becomes uncontrollable, scorching fields and mountains with its flame.

373MMS6.png Mega Salamence

The energy from Salamence's Mega Evolution is focused in its wings. Its two wings fuse together, b ecoming a huge crescent-shaped wing.When flying at high speeds, Mega Salamence's single wing becomes a great blade, slicing through anything that loiters in the Pokémon's way.

Birch has been good friends with your father, Norman, since their school days. He has a tendency to get enthralled with Pokémon and leave home for long periods.

299MS6.png Nosepass

Nosepass's magnetic nose is always pointed to the north. If two Nosepass meet, they cannot turn their faces to each other when they are close because their magnetic noses repel one another. When they are in danger, they increase their magnetism and draw iron to themselves to protect their bodies.

275MS6.png Shiftry

Shiftry is a mysterious Pokémon that is said to live at the tops of towering trees that date back over a thousand years. It creates terrific windstorms with its leaf fans. It has long been feared as a guardian of the forests.

477MS6.png Dusknoir

Dusknoir moves between this world and the next. This Pokémon is feared for the way that it is said to suck in wandering souls and wield them. The antenna on Dusknoir's head receives psychic waves from the spirit world, and the orders it receives prompt it to take people with it to the spirit world.

475MMS6.png Mega Gallade

Plates emerge on Gallade's arms, and the helmet and cape-like protrusions on its head and back give it a knightly appearance. When the situation demands, Mega Gallade can use its psychic power to reshape both arms into blades simultaneously, and fight using a dual-wielding style.

When it Mega Evolves, its Ability changes to Inner Focus, so it’s protected from flinching. Its Attack and Speed stats improve, making this a Pokémon likely to excel at first-strike strategies.

296MS6.png Makuhita

Makuhita has a tireless spirit—it will never give up hope. It loves training its body more than anything else. Makuhita slam themselves into huge trees over and over to toughen their bodies and stouten their hearts. You will see mountains of splintered trees near the areas where they live.

082MS6.png Magneton

Created by joining together three Magnemite, it generates a high-voltage electric field and a powerful magnetic force. The strength of its magnetism ruins machines, so big cities use sirens to warn of mass Magneton outbreaks. Magneton's powerful electromagnetic waves can evaporate water particles out of the surrounding air.

324MS6.png Torkoal

Torkoal digs through mountains in search of coal. If it finds some, it fills hollow spaces on its shell with the coal and burns it for energy. Abandoned coal mines are often filled with Torkoal. If they are pursued, they flee while expelling a cloud of black smoke.

289MS6.png Slaking

Slaking spends all day lying down and lolling about. It eats grass growing within its reach. It only rouses itself to move if it eats all the grass it can reach. It may look as though it is just lazing about, but it hides a ferocious power to strike back at foes.

323MS6.png Camerupt

The humps on Camerupt's back contain volcanoes. The magma that boils up in its body spews from these humps. Huge eruptions occur regularly once a decade, but if the Pokémon becomes angry, the volcanoes will gush with great force.

319MS6.png Sharpedo

Brutal and cruelly clever, Sharpedo is the gangster of the seas. It has fangs that can snap through steel, and a single Sharpedo can tear a large tanker into pieces. At its top speeds, it can travel faster than 75 mph.

334MS6.png Altaria

Altaria dances and wheels through the sky among billowing, cotton-like clouds. When it connects heart-to-heart with someone, it envelops that person in its soft, beautiful wings, humming in a pure soprano tone.

330MS6.png Flygon

Because its flapping wings whip up a cloud of sand, this Pokémon is always enveloped in a sandstorm while flying. The sound of its wings creates an effect like a voice in song, which is why it’s called an elemental spirit of the desert.

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658AMS6.png Greninja Ash-Greninja has powered up thanks to the strength of its bonds with Ash. This is the form Greninja takes when it has gained new power due to the miraculous occurrence known as the bond phenomenon. This can be brought on by the bonds between people and Pokémon. It seems that it has only been known to have occurred once—several hundred years ago.

Ash-Greninja's leg strength has been enhanced compared to an ordinary Greninja, making it difficult to see because of the speed at which it can move. It takes its enemies out in a flash! It becomes able to make giant Water Shurikens on its back, and it can throw them in rapid succession.

Greninja that can become Ash-Greninja have an Ability that no Pokémon has ever had before—Battle Bond. The Battle Bond Ability triggers this Pokémon’s form change to Ash-Greninja after it causes an opponent’s Pokémon to faint. When the battle ends, the Pokémon returns to its original Greninja form. This form is only for battles where it needs to break the limits!

Key Zygarde Core Sprite.pngKey Zygarde Cell Sprite.png Zygarde The Cores and Cells That Make Up Zygarde

Each of Zygarde’s forms are made by gathering together its cell-like components called Cores and Cells. Neither Cores nor Cells have the power to battle on their own as individuals. Only when gathered together can they take action—as Zygarde.

Zygarde Core

Cores are cell-like components that make up Zygarde, and only a small number of them exist. Cores serve as brains, and by gathering Cells, they can create Zygarde’s different forms. Cores have their own wills and sometimes act on their own.

Zygarde’s Cells

Cells make up the parts of Zygarde other than its brain. There are many more Cells than there are Cores, and they exist all around the Alola region. Cells do not possess wills of their own. They act in accordance with the orders of a Core.

718TMS6.png Zygarde When an emergency occurs, this form can take action separately from Zygarde 50% Forme, which comprises its main body. It has just a single Core performing the functions of its brain, so it can only maintain this form for a short period of time.

During battle, it overwhelms foes with its sharp fangs. When running all out, its speed exceeds 60 mph.

Thousand Arrows is a move that only Zygarde can learn. It’s a Ground-type move, but it can do damage even to Flying types and Pokémon with the Levitate Ability. After being hit by this move, Flying types and Pokémon with the Levitate Ability will also continue to take damage from other Ground-type moves used in subsequent turns.

Thousand Waves is also a move that only Zygarde can learn. This move makes it impossible for an opponent to flee or be swapped out of battle.

718MS6.png Zygarde Zygarde monitors the Pokémon ecosystem to ensure that it’s not disrupted. Zygarde believes it has a duty to protect the ecosystem. While the power it possesses is overwhelming, this Forme contains only 50% of Zygarde’s cells. Out in the world, an equal amount of power waits to be brought together.

A Zygarde 10% or Zygarde 50% with the Power Construct Ability will be able to change forms into its Complete Forme during battle if its HP drops below half.

718CMS6.png Zygarde Zygarde’s completed form is specialized for battle, enabling Zygarde to fight with its full power and fulfill its duty of protecting the Pokémon ecosystem.

Core Enforcer is a move that only Zygarde can learn, and it can erase the Abilities of any opponents that have already used a move on the same turn that it’s used.

Its wings and tail each have their own Core. Each Core serves as a brain and can make decisions and act independently.

722MS6.png Rowlet Rowlet can attack without making a sound! It flies silently through the skies, drawing near to its opponent without being noticed, and then lashing out with powerful kicks. It can also attack from a distance using the razor-sharp leaves that form part of its feathers.

Its visual abilities are impressive. The darkness of night is no obstacle to Rowlet! It can twist its neck nearly 180° from front to back so it can see directly behind itself. It has a habit of turning its head in battle to face its Trainer and receive instructions.

The move Leafage attacks an opponent by striking it with leaves. Rowlet knows this move from the moment it becomes your partner!

723MS6.png Dartrix Dartrix is extremely sensitive to other presences in the area and can detect opponents behind it and throw feathers to strike them without even seeing them. This Pokémon conceals sharp-bladed feathers inside its wings, showing astounding precision as it sends them flying in attack. And it goes beyond propelling its blade quills in simple straight lines—it can even bend these feathers to change their trajectories!

Revealing a certain snobbiness in its personality, Dartrix cares a great deal about its appearance, grooming its feathers in every spare moment. In truth, it’s also a bit of a birdbrain, with a tendency to bungle things up. Once it makes a mistake, it sometimes gets into a desperate struggle to gloss over the situation and ends up making a bigger mess than ever.

At times, this Pokémon feels so bothered by its dirty or ruffled feathers that it can’t focus on battle. When it loses its focus, it sometimes even retires from the battle on the spot! It’s up to each Trainer to help Dartrix overcome this troublesome stage. If this Pokémon is with a Trainer who helps it through, its strength will grow hugely!

724MS6.png Decidueye This Pokémon is able to move about while completely masking its presence from others. Once an opponent has lost sight of it, Decidueye seizes the chance to attack it unawares. In a tenth of a second, Decidueye plucks an arrow quill from within its wing and sends its hurtling toward its target. Its speed is astonishing, but not more so than its precise aim, which enables the arrow quill to pierce a target through and through from half a mile or more away! Decidueye usually acts very cool, but it can become terribly flustered in unexpected situations like a surprise attack.

Spirit Shackle is a Ghost-type physical move that only Decidueye can learn. An opponent hit with this move will become unable to flee from battle or switch out for an ally.

A skilled Decidueye can boast acrobatic curved shots. It seems some are also able to shoot arrows that reach up through the sky, only to come drilling down from above, piercing multiple targets one after another.

725MS6.png Litten Logical but also passionate, Litten always remains coolheaded and doesn't show its emotions on the surface.

Litten can attack with flaming hairballs! Its fur is rich in oils and immensely flammable. Litten grooms itself by licking its fur, and then uses the collected fur as fuel for fireball attacks!

When the time comes for Litten to shed its old fur, it all burns up in a glorious blaze.

The move Ember attacks an opponent by firing a small flame at it. Litten knows this move from the moment it becomes your partner!

726MS6.png Torracat The bell-like object attached at the base of Torracat’s neck is a flame sac, an organ that can produce flames. Torracat’s emotions cause a rise in the organ’s temperature, and when the organ spits flames, it rings with the high, clear sound of a bell. Torracat attacks using the flames emitted from this bell.

Torracat’s mane serves as an excellent sensory organ, and it can sense what’s going on around it—even in the dark! It can also detect the presence of hidden enemies.

Torracat has a great love for battle and will attack so relentlessly that its opponents lose the will to fight. And yet it sometimes behaves like spoiled child in front of Trainers or Pokémon with whom it has built a relationship of trust.

The cat punch that this Pokémon can dish out with its strong forelegs is extremely powerful. It can bend iron bars and knock out large men with a single blow!

727MS6.png Incineroar As its fighting spirit increases, the flames that Incineroar produces within its body burst from its navel and waistline. Since the flames somewhat resemble a championship belt, they’re known as its “flame belt,” and the Pokémon unleashes moves that use flames from it. In the heat of battle, Incineroar shows no concern for its opponents—and sometimes even launches attacks that strike the opposing Trainer! As a result, many tend to dislike this Pokémon and keep it at a distance.

Darkest Lariat is a Dark-type physical move that only Incineroar can learn, and it allows Incineroar to deal damage while ignoring the effects of any stat changes that the target might otherwise be affected by.

If a crowd watching it battle is pumped up, Incineroar’s fighting spirit will burn brighter. But a lackluster crowd can make it lose focus or fight shoddily. When it receives the admiration of young Pokémon and children, it may keep up its cold attitude on the outside, but in its heart of hearts, Incineroar is immensely happy. It loses the desire to fight when faced with a Pokémon that’s clearly weak or injured, and it sometimes gets taken advantage of as a result.

728MS6.png Popplio Popplio's swimming speed is known to exceed 25 mph. It's better at moving in the water than on land. Still, when it's on land, it takes advantage of the elasticity of its balloons to perform acrobatic stunts and jumps.

Popplio can snort out balloons made of water! Watch it spin water balloons into a playful battle strategy!

Both frivolous and hard-working, Popplio can easily get carried away—unleashing enough power in battle to make quite a spectacle! But Popplio’s determined spirit means it can usually be found practicing hard on its balloon skills.

The Water Gun move attacks an opponent by firing a jet of water. Popplio knows this move from the moment it becomes your partner!

729MS6.png Brionne Brionne learns its dances by imitating the other members of its colony. It sometimes even learns dances from humans. This Pokémon is a hard worker and pours itself into its efforts until it has memorized each dance. As it dances, Brionne creates balloon after balloon. In battle, it first sends its opponent into disarray with its dancing, and then slaps its balloons into its target, causing the balloons to explode and deal damage.

Brionne can dance in perfect time with others, even if they have only just met. On moonlit nights, you can sometimes see throngs of Brionne dancing as one, in perfect fluidity.

Brionne always acts cheery and positive. Even when it’s feeling sad, this Pokémon doesn’t allow its sorrow to show. It’s said that Brionne will only reveal a sad expression to a Pokémon or Trainer to whom it has opened its heart completely.

730MS6.png Primarina As it dances, Primarina releases balloons of water into the area around itself, moving them using the sound waves from its voice. The sight of moonlight reflecting off its glittering balloons creates a magical scene. Since Primarina controls its balloons using its voice, any injury to its throat can become a grave problem. Its greatest enemies are arid environments and the overuse of its voice during back-to-back battles.

Among the balloons that Primarina releases, some explode when touched, while others do not. Primarina jump on the non-exploding balloons while they make sport of their opponents, and they use the exploding variety to trigger chained explosions!

Sparkling Aria is a Water-type special move that only Primarina can learn, and it heals the burns of any target it strikes.

Primarina’s songs have many variations, and each one changes the motions of the balloons. It has been observed that songs are shared among Primarina living together, so different colonies end up knowing different songs.

731MS6.png Pikipek Pikipek can strike 16 times a second with its beak. These strikes are powerful enough to not only drill through hard wood but even shatter stone. The noises made by their blows can signal others. Some of these signals have been identified as warning signals and greetings among allies. Pikipek Trainers have grown to recognize them as well.

These Pokémon drill holes in trees and store food in the holes. They also like small, glittering objects and will tuck them away in their food stores, too. It’s often said, "Something lost, something missed, check inside the Pikipek nest."

Pikipek will attack distant opponents by zipping seeds at them. These shots have enough strength to embed the seeds in tree trunks.

732MS6.png Trumbeak It eats berries and stores their seeds in its beak. When it encounters enemies or prey, it fires off all the seeds in a burst.

By bending its beak, it can produce a variety of calls and brand itself a noisy nuisance for its neighbors.

733MS6.png Toucannon When it battles, its beak heats up. The temperature can easily exceed 212 degrees Fahrenheit, causing severe burns when it hits.

Within its beak, its internal gas ignites, explosively launching seeds with enough power to pulverize boulders.

734MS6.png Yungoos Yungoos is a big eater that is never satisfied. The majority of its long body is given over to its stomach, and its digestion is swift, so it’s always hungry. It has strong fangs, so it can crush and consume the hardest of objects.

Each Yungoos chooses its own particular route for searching out prey. It stalks along this route searching for food until it’s exhausted, at which point it drops and sleeps wherever it may be. It’s thought that these Pokémon decide their routes based on safety, so that there’s no risk in falling asleep at any time.

Yungoos is not a Pokémon that is native to the Alola region. It was brought to the region to help deal with the explosive population of a certain other Pokémon, and now Yungoos are commonly seen around the Alola region.

Some Yungoos have an Ability that no other Pokémon discovered has previously had. This Ability is known as Stakeout. With the Stakeout Ability, this Pokémon’s moves can deal twice the normal damage to any Pokémon that switch in or enter the field mid-battle.

Since this Pokémon is so common in the Alola region, it’s easy to catch one. But this Pokémon has a terrible temper when it’s hungry—and it demands a whopping amount of food.

735MS6.png Gumshoos Gumshoos’s method of targeting prey is the exact opposite of Yungoos’s strategy. While Yungoos prowls around, Gumshoos stakes out its prey’s usual routes and waits patiently for it to come by.

Gumshoos has a tenacious personality, which is why it targets one prey for so long without wavering. But when the sun goes down, it runs low on stamina, falling asleep right on the spot. Gumshoos can withstand a great deal of hunger. It’s able to stay perfectly still while waiting for its prey, keeping watch without eating a thing.

736MS6.png Grubbin Grubbin relies on its sturdy jaw as a weapon in battle and as a tool for burrowing through the earth. Grubbin loves electricity, which is why it can be found near power plants and substations. By wrapping tree branches in the sticky threads that it spews from its mouth, Grubbin can swing around like an actor on suspension wires!
737MS6.png Charjabug Charjabug stays perfectly still in preparation for Evolution, and often spends time with its body half-buried in the earth. Charjabug is able to store up electricity. It can store enough power to run a household for a whole day. The power it stores can be provided to other Pokémon, so it can also serve as a battery!

Charjabug has the Battery Ability, an Ability not seen before in any other Pokémon. The Battery Ability allows it to raise the power of allies’ special moves.

738MS6.png Vikavolt Vikavolt is like a fortress that zooms through the forest, firing a beam of electricity from its mouth. Its huge jaws control the electricity it blasts out.

Vikavolt is adept at acrobatic flight maneuvers like tailspins and sharp turns. It can fly at high speeds even as it weaves its way through the complicated tangle of branches in the forest.

Vikavolt clasps Charjabug with its legs and uses it as an extra battery. Even if a battle drags on, it can use the electric power from Charjabug to continue firing off powerful moves. When Vikavolt is engaged in a fierce aerial fight, it releases Charjabug to make itself lighter and increase its mobility.

739MS6.png Crabrawler Crabrawler has a personality that really hates to lose, and it’s driven not only to aim for a higher position than its fellows in terms of social standing, but literally to aim for a higher position in the landscape. Perhaps as a result, it’s sometimes found clinging to tall people or to the walls of buildings! If you try to remove one against its will, you’ll be met with a sound punch.

Crabrawler’s favorite food is Berries. It punches the trunks of trees to give the branches a good shake and knock any ripe Berries to the ground so it can feast! Many Crabrawler may gather around a tree, but only the one that emerges victorious in battle against all the others receives the privilege of eating the ripe Berries.

Crabrawler uses its claws to protect its face and belly while getting in close to an opponent to throw punches. Its punches are powerful enough to split tree trunks! Crabrawler’s pincers are sometimes torn off during its bouts—and they are said to be delicious.

740MS6.png Crabominable It aimed for the top but got lost and ended up on a snowy mountain. Being forced to endure the cold, this Pokémon evolved and grew fur.

It just throws punches indiscriminately. In times of desperation, it can lop off its own pincers and fire them like rockets.

741MS6.png Oricorio Oricorio changes its form by sipping the nectar of certain flowers. Since it has four different forms—the same as the number of islands in Alola—it would seem that different Oricorio live on each of the islands.

The Baile Style Oricorio is very passionate, and power fills its body when it dances. It sends downy fluff flying during its intense dances. By igniting this fluff, it can unleash a fiery dance attack.

Oricorio has the new Dancer Ability that no other Pokémon has had before. If another Pokémon in the field uses a dancing move, then Oricorio will be able to use the same move immediately afterward, thanks to its Dancer Ability.

Revelation Dance is a move that only Oricorio can learn, and its type changes based on Oricorio’s current style.

741MS6.png Oricorio Oricorio changes its form by sipping the nectar of certain flowers. Since it has four different forms—the same as the number of islands in Alola—it would seem that different Oricorio live on each of the islands.

The Pom-Pom Style Oricorio is very friendly toward people, and it uses dancing to encourage Trainers who are feeling glum. When it dances, its feathers are charged with static electricity. It can attack with these charged feathers, and sometimes it unleashes a powerful electric shock.

Oricorio has the new Dancer Ability that no other Pokémon has had before. If another Pokémon in the field uses a dancing move, then Oricorio will be able to use the same move immediately afterward, thanks to its Dancer Ability.

Revelation Dance is a move that only Oricorio can learn, and its type changes based on Oricorio’s current style.

741MS6.png Oricorio Oricorio changes its form by sipping the nectar of certain flowers. Since it has four different forms—the same as the number of islands in Alola—it would seem that different Oricorio live on each of the islands.

The Pa’u Style Oricorio acts at its own pace, which sometimes makes it difficult to deal with. It sharpens its spirited moves through dance, which increases its psychic power. It’s said that this dance expresses its gratitude to the guardian deity Pokémon.

Oricorio has the new Dancer Ability that no other Pokémon has had before. If another Pokémon in the field uses a dancing move, then Oricorio will be able to use the same move immediately afterward, thanks to its Dancer Ability.

Revelation Dance is a move that only Oricorio can learn, and its type changes based on Oricorio’s current style.

741MS6.png Oricorio Oricorio changes its form by sipping the nectar of certain flowers. Since it has four different forms—the same as the number of islands in Alola—it would seem that different Oricorio live on each of the islands.

The Sensu Style Oricorio is quiet and collected. By means of its dance, it gathers the spirits drifting about in an area and borrows their power to fight. People who migrated from Kanto feel a great liking for this Pokémon because its dance reminds them of their homeland.

Oricorio has the new Dancer Ability that no other Pokémon has had before. If another Pokémon in the field uses a dancing move, then Oricorio will be able to use the same move immediately afterward, thanks to its Dancer Ability.

Revelation Dance is a move that only Oricorio can learn, and its type changes based on Oricorio’s current style.

742MS6.png Cutiefly Cutiefly can detect the auras of living things, including people, Pokémon, and plants. They search out flowers by the color and brightness of their auras and then gather their nectar and pollen.

When living creatures are excited, it seems that their auras resemble those of flowers in full bloom. As a result, these Pokémon tend to gather near people or Pokémon feeling particularly happy or sad.

Cutiefly mostly live in the fields and meadows on the outskirts of cities, but they sometimes appear in towns and even inside buildings, drawn in by the emotions of the living beings of the community.

743MS6.png Ribombee Ribombee collect flower nectar and pollen to make into balls known as Pollen Puffs. These serve as food, and what’s more, they also can cause effects like paralysis or dizziness. Ribombee may use puffs to strike their opponents during battles. Some of the Pollen Puffs that Ribombee make also have relaxing effects or can relieve tiredness. These are distributed around the Alola region as high-priced supplements.

Ribombee hate getting rained on. They’re covered with fluffy hairs that hold the pollen they’ve gathered, and the rain makes them wet and dirty. Alolan people know that if Ribombee are busily visiting the fields of flowers, you can be sure that the fair weather will continue.

744MS6.png Rockruff Rockruff has an excellent sense of smell, and once it has smelled an odor, it doesn’t forget it! There are tales of these Pokémon getting separated from their Trainers, then using the faintest traces of their scent to track them for days until they are reunited!

Rockruff is a sociable Pokémon, but as it grows, its disposition gets wilder. If it begins to howl when the sun goes down, that is proof that it’s close to evolving. It’s said that it leaves its Trainer’s side to evolve and returns again when fully evolved.

Rockruff stands bravely in battle, even when it’s taking damage. Although an opponent may be stronger than Rockruff, the Puppy Pokémon is so persistent, it keeps going until it outlasts its foe and gets the win!

Bite is a good move for Rockruff. It deals damage by biting an opponent with its sharp teeth. This may make the target flinch.

Two Ways Rockruff Evolves Rockruff evolves into a different form of Lycanroc depending on which game you're playing. In Pokémon Sun, it will evolve into Lycanroc's Midday Form. In Pokémon Moon, Rockruff will evolve into Lycanroc's Midnight Form.

Rockruff greet others by rubbing the rocks around their necks against the other. This grating greeting is an expression of fondness, but a Trainer may find that love hurts.

745MS6.png Lycanroc When Rockruff is bathed in profuse amounts of solar energy, it evolves into its Midday Form. In the world of Pokémon Sun, Solgaleo’s influence causes Rockruff to evolve into this form.

Lycanroc lives solo in mountains and deserts, not creating a pack. Each has its own territory, and they live without interfering with one another, which helps to avoid unnecessary fights.

Lycanroc obeys its Trainer’s orders dutifully. In particular, if a Trainer accepted it during its more rebellious pre-Evolution period, Lycanroc will never ever betray that Trainer and will be the most loyal of partners.

The Midday Form Lycanroc is known for speedy movements that leave its opponents bewildered. It dodges opponents’ strikes while attacking with the sharp rocks of its mane as it slips right past them.

Accelerock is a move that only Midday Form Lycanroc can learn. It slams into an opponent with quick moves. This move is guaranteed to strike first!

745MnMS6.png Lycanroc When Rockruff is bathed in an abundance of lunar energy, it evolves into its Midnight Form. In the world of Pokémon Moon, Lunala’s influence causes Rockruff to evolve into this form.

Midnight Form Lycanroc provokes its opponents by pressing in hard and inviting their attack. When an opponent falls for this tactic and attacks, Lycanroc counters with its forte: a single devastating blow that finishes off its foe! The stronger its opponent is, the more excited for battle Lycanroc becomes. It doesn’t mind getting hurt if it means victory in battle. Battles thrill it so much that its eyes glow.

Contempt rises in this Pokémon for Trainers who give orders it doesn’t agree with or who try to force it to battle. On the other hand, it will feel a deep trust in a Trainer who can truly draw forth its power in battle.

Counter is a move that Rockruff can learn when it evolves into Midnight Form Lycanroc. When Lycanroc takes physical damage from an opponent, it deals double that damage back to the same opponent.

746MS6.png Wishiwashi A single Wishiwashi is tiny and weak. Measuring just eight inches from nose to tail, Wishiwashi is very small—even for a Pokémon. Yet the people of the Alola region seem to view it as a terrifying Pokémon...

When it’s in danger, Wishiwashi’s glistening eyes catch the light and shine out, sending an SOS signal to its allies!

Wishiwashi have a new Ability, Schooling, which no Pokémon has previously had. With Schooling, Wishiwashi can change form in battle to their School Form under certain conditions.

746ScMS6.png Wishiwashi The seemingly weak Wishiwashi is called the demon of the sea because of its terrifying School Form! When Wishiwashi friends receive an SOS signal, they unite in this huge battle formation!

Wishiwashi that have encountered many dangerous situations and have a lot of experience calling on their allies will be able to emit a bright light from their eyes. They can gather allies and transform into an even more powerful Pokémon! Even Gyarados flee from Wishiwashi’s School Form!

Wishiwashi have a new Ability, Schooling, which no Pokémon has previously had. With Schooling, Wishiwashi can change form in battle to their School Form under certain conditions.

747MS6.png Mareanie It plunges the poison spike on its head into its prey. When the prey has weakened, Mareanie deals the finishing blow with its 10 tentacles.

It's found crawling on beaches and seafloors. The coral that grows on Corsola's head is as good as a five-star banquet to this Pokémon.

748MS6.png Toxapex Toxapex crawls along the ocean floor on its 12 legs. It leaves a trail of Corsola bits scattered in its wake.

Those attacked by Toxapex's poison will suffer intense pain for three days and three nights. Post-recovery, there will be some aftereffects.

749MS6.png Mudbray Mudbray could once be found all over the world, but it was overhunted and ended up on the verge of extinction. It’s said that the Alola region is the only place in the world where Mudbray can still be found in the wild.

Mudbray boasts superhuman strength—a surprise, considering its small body. Mudbray can carry loads up to 50 times its own weight on its back or dragging behind it.

Mudbray loves playing in the mud. It’s easy to live in harmony with this Pokémon, as long as you provide an environment where it can play in the mud. If it can’t frolic in the mire, however, Mudbray will become stressed and may stop listening to orders.

750MS6.png Mudsdale Mudsdale is known for its powerful body as well as its emotional fortitude, which keeps it from being agitated by anything. It never cries out, no matter what kind of trouble it’s in, and it defeats its opponents with a single powerful blow. Its legs are coated in protective mud, and the weight of this coating increases the force of its kicks. One kick, and a car is a pile of scrap!

Mudsdale’s running speed is not too swift, but it has excellent power and stamina. It can carry on for three days and three nights despite dragging loads of over 10 tons!

When Mudsdale gallops in earnest, the power of each hoof-clop can dig out huge holes, even in asphalt. Mudsdale is forbidden to run on some of Alola’s public roads.

Mudsdale can have the new Stamina Ability, an Ability that no other Pokémon has had before. With the Stamina Ability, this Pokémon’s Defense goes up by 1 when it’s hit by an attack.

751MS6.png Dewpider It crawls onto the land in search of food. Its water bubble allows it to breathe and protects its soft head.

When it comes across enemies or potential prey, this Pokémon smashes its water-bubble-covered head into them.

752MS6.png Araquanid It delivers headbutts with the water bubble on its head. Small Pokémon get sucked into the bubble, where they drown.

Despite what its appearance suggests, it cares for others. If it finds vulnerable, weak Pokémon, it protectively brings them into its water bubble.

753MS6.png Fomantis Fomantis is nocturnal, and it performs photosynthesis while it sleeps during the day by spreading out its leaves in all directions. Because of the danger of staying in the same location two days in a row, Fomantis begins its search for the next day’s spot as soon as the sun sets.

For Fomantis, photosynthesis is not just a source of energy—it is a necessity to achieve the strength and brilliant coloration of its evolved form. Photosynthesis is precious to Fomantis, and it will fiercely attack those who get in the way of that process.

Fomantis excel at long-range attacks like Razor Leaf and Solar Beam. Solar Beam is indeed a powerful move, but since it uses up the energy that the Pokémon has stored through photosynthesis, Fomantis rarely uses it.

754MS6.png Lurantis Lurantis draws opponents near to itself with its flowerlike appearance and aroma—and then it takes them down. It’s said to be the most gorgeous of all Grass-type Pokémon, due to its brilliant coloration and elegant moves. Lurantis’s appearance is maintained through detailed grooming. It will trust a Trainer who does a good job of caring for it, but it will apparently have a difficult time growing closer to a lazy Trainer.

Lurantis can learn Solar Blade, a move that releases a blade-shaped beam to mince up its foes. The blade is so sharp it is said it can slice a rock in half! Solar Blade is a move that no Pokémon has been able to learn before. With Solar Blade, Lurantis absorbs energy from the sun on the first move and then unleashes a powerful attack on the second turn. Lurantis is the Totem Pokémon of Lush Jungle, the site of an Akala Island trial. It will overwhelm trial-goers with the powerful combos it unleashes with the Pokémon allies it calls.

755MS6.png Morelull Morelull are nocturnal Pokémon that walk around at night on their leg-like roots. They move because staying in one spot and sucking all the nutrients from the soil would cause surrounding plants to wither. Morelull uses its leg-like roots to make contact with its fellows and communicate with them.

Morelull broadcast spores that glow brightly when they burst open. Looking at their pulsing light has a soporific effect. It seems that in times of danger, Morelull broadcast these spores.

756MS6.png Shiinotic Forests where Shiinotic live are treacherous to enter at night. People confused by its strange lights can never find their way home again.

It emits flickering spores that cause drowsiness. When its prey succumb to sleep, this Pokémon feeds on them by sucking in their energy.

757MS6.png Salandit 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.

Salandit has the Corrosion Ability, a new Ability that no other Pokémon has possessed before. With the Corrosion Ability, it becomes possible to inflict the Poisoned status condition even on Steel- and Poison-type Pokémon.

758MS6.png Salazzle For some reason, only females have been found. It creates a reverse harem of male Salandit that it lives with.

Filled with pheromones, its poisonous gas can be diluted to use in the production of luscious perfumes.

759MS6.png Stufful Stufful’s cute appearance and movements—plus the fluffy feel of its fur—all combine to make it super popular!

This Pokémon may have a small body, but its strength is extraordinary. Receiving one of its powerful hits without being prepared for it can bring down even well-trained Pokémon!

The truth is that Stufful doesn’t really like being touched. It hates being hugged tightly and will flail its arms in protest.

760MS6.png Bewear When Bewear is acting in a friendly fashion, just swinging its arms around, you must never dare to approach it carelessly. It is acknowledged to be a dangerous Pokémon, even within the Alola region. You may see warning signs posted near places it resides.

When Bewear grows fond of its Trainer, it may show that feeling in a fond embrace—but the force of that hug is tremendous! Trainers must teach these Pokémon how to restrain their strength when showing affection.

Bewear may have the Fluffy Ability, a new Ability that no Pokémon has ever possessed before. The Fluffy Ability halves the damage taken from attacks that make direct contact, but in return it also doubles the damage taken from Fire-type moves.

Some wild Bewear use amazing martial-arts moves. Apparently the Pokémon learn these moves by watching Black Belts practicing when they go out to train in the woods.

Bewear’s arms and legs are strong and highly developed. Its powerful spine enables it to lift objects weighing a ton or more. It loves to give crushing bear hugs—a tight hug from this Pokémon’s arms will split anything at all in two!

761MS6.png Bounsweet Because it exudes a delicious smell from its entire body, Bounsweet is popular with Pokémon and people of the Alola region. Bounsweet’s scent has a calming effect on humans, so many people let them live inside their homes as a sort of air freshener. Unfortunately, it’s sometimes swallowed whole by Pokémon drawn to its aroma.

When running away from other Pokémon, Bounsweet flees danger by skipping along the ground. Since its bouncy movements don’t convey to others that it’s actually in desperate flight, no one ever comes to its aid.

When attacked by enemies, it drives them off by rotating the calyx on its head. The downside is how dizzy it gets afterward!

762MS6.png Steenee The calyx on Steenee's head is harder than Bounsweet’s, so Steenee no longer worries about being stabbed by other Pokémon. As Bounsweet, this Pokémon may have preferred to run away from others, but now Steenee and other Pokémon can play together.

Upon evolving, this Pokémon’s fragrance becomes even more delectable, but it also gains a tomboy-like personality. Living together with one is quite the ordeal. As it moves around, it spins its calyx, striking nearby objects, but Steenee couldn’t care less.

Steenee unleashes combo moves using the calyx on its head and its hard legs. First it smacks opponents with the calyx on its head, and when the opponent flinches, it lands a whacking great kick. That usually does the trick!

763MS6.png Tsareena Tsareena has the nature of high-class nobility. Any Pokémon or human that approaches it with evil in mind will be punished forthwith. It even turns its fearsome glare upon its own Trainer if the two of them are not fully in sync, or if its Trainer orders it to use a move that will be ineffective. Only the strongest of Steenee are able to evolve. When this happens, the Steenee evolves with the blessing of other Steenee. It then uses its strength to protect the Bounsweet.

Tsareena is a high-kicking virtuoso. It has honed these skills beyond the level it achieved as a Steenee, and it attacks with graceful movements. At the same time, its fragrance mesmerizes its opponents, dealing them a secondary attack. Trop Kick is a move that only Tsareena can learn. It lowers an opponent’s Attack by showering it with blazing hot kicks in a style similar to that originating from tropical countries. It’s said that this Pokémon loses its strength if touched on the crown-like protuberance on its head.

Some Tsareena have the Queenly Majesty Ability, which no other Pokémon has previously had. The effects of Queenly Majesty are so intimidating that it prevents opponents from using priority moves.

764MS6.png Comfey Comfey picks flowers and always carries them around. It makes a ring of blossoms and spreads oil from its body on it, which changes the flowers so they emit a soothing fragrance. It has a habit of giving these flower rings to those it’s fond of. The aroma can soothe both itself and its allies. Comfey also helps with the treatment of people and Pokémon at Pokémon Centers and hospitals, thanks to its aroma.

When attacked by other Pokémon, it throws its flowers at them to create an opening, and then it either flees or strikes back.

Comfey can have the new Triage Ability, an Ability that no other Pokémon has had before. With the Triage Ability, this Pokémon’s restorative moves gain the highest priority in battle.

765MS6.png Oranguru Oranguru is a Pokémon that appears only in Pokémon Moon. If you’re playing Pokémon Sun, you can obtain it by trading with someone playing Pokémon Moon.

Oranguru live solitary lives deep in the forests and do not usually take much action. Instead, they position themselves high up in the trees to meditate. Long ago, people thought that Oranguru were humans who dwelled in the forest depths, so they called them “the people of the forests.” Oranguru is kind to the other Pokémon living in the forest, providing medicine for injured Pokémon and food for the hungry.

Oranguru sometimes act on their own initiative and will use items that only humans normally use. From a Trainer’s perspective, they can be hard Pokémon to handle at times. Allegedly, there have been sightings of Oranguru using Poké Balls!

The fan-like objects held by Oranguru are handmade by the Oranguru themselves. These fans appear to be made of layers of leaves bound together with Oranguru’s own fur.

Instruct is a move that only Oranguru can learn. It can make the selected target use its most recent move again immediately.

766MS6.png Passimian Passimian is a Pokémon that only appears in Pokémon Sun. If you’re playing Pokémon Moon, you can obtain it by trading with someone playing Pokémon Sun.

Passimian live in troops of 20 to 30 individuals, all following a leader. This leader will take 10 of the individuals in the best condition to search for food. The troop’s teamwork is strong, and the boss of each troop decides what mark members will wear on their arms to distinguish the troops.

The boss puts the troop members through training to improve their coordination with one another and their skill in handling Berries. Apparently this training is so hard that some Passimian end up running away.

Lobbing Berries at foes is how Passimian attack. They sometimes work in coordination with others, passing Berries back and forth to bewilder their opponents. Passimian don’t just pitch hard Berries at opponents, either—they also have a technique that uses soft Berries to obscure their opponent’s ability to see.

Passimian wants its Trainer to have the qualities of a leader as well. It watches a Trainer’s form closely when he or she throws Poké Balls, and will not listen to the orders of a Trainer with poor form.

Passimian has a new Ability, Receiver, which no other Pokémon has previously had. With the Receiver Ability, this Pokémon can inherit the Ability of an ally who faints in battle.

767MS6.png Wimpod Wimpod have a cowardly nature and are wary of noises and sudden movements. If you approach them in a group, they’ll immediately run off. When Wimpod feel threatened, they spit out a poisonous liquid. The stench of this toxic fluid signals others that danger is near. Despite their extreme cowardice, their curiosity leads Wimpod to approach people or Pokémon that are standing still.

Wimpod eat and store anything that they find fallen on the ground. They also scavenge any garbage that’s been dropped in the sea, so they’re highly valued as cleaners. They sometimes carry pearls or other valuable items, so humans or Pokémon like Murkrow may target them.

Wimpod has the new Wimp Out Ability, an Ability that no other Pokémon has had before. With the Wimp Out Ability, if this Pokémon’s HP drops below half in battle, it will run away or swap out for another Pokémon.

768MS6.png Golisopod With a flashing slash of its giant sharp claws, it cleaves seawater—or even air—right in two.

It battles skillfully with its six arms, but spends most of its time peacefully meditating in caves deep beneath the sea.

769MS6.png Sandygast A Sandygast emerges when the grudges of Pokémon and other creatures soak into the sand after they fall in battle. In essence, it’s a possessed lump of sand!

If you heedlessly grab a Sandygast’s shovel, you’ll fall under the Pokémon’s control. A Sandygast uses its power to manipulate children into gathering sand to increase the size of its body. If a Sandygast loses its shovel, it may put up a tree branch, a flag, or another item in its place. These Sandygast are wanderers in search of their own shovels.

The tunnel-like mouth of a Sandygast can suck the vitality from people and Pokémon. Apparently it’s a test of courage in the Alola region to put your hand in a Sandygast’s mouth.

Sandygast has the new Water Compaction Ability, an Ability that no previous Pokémon has had. With Water Compaction, its Defense stat will go up by 2 if it’s hit with a Water-type move.

770MS6.png Palossand Palossand controls human adults, making them build a sand castle that provides camouflage and also raises its defensive abilities. Unlike Sandygast, if Palossand loses some of the sand from its body, it can restore itself on its own. When moving about in search of prey, the shovel on top of Palossand’s head revolves. It’s said that the shovel could be serving as some kind of radar.

Palossand loves the vitality of Pokémon and drags small Pokémon into its body so it can steal their life force. Its sandy vortex swallows them up in a heartbeat! Pokémon dragged into Palossand leave traces of their ill will behind. It’s thought that this negative energy may be the starting point of new Sandygast...

771MS6.png Pyukumuku Due to their appearance and their lifestyle, Pyukumuku are considered unappealing to tourists. Part-time work chucking Pyukumuku back into the sea is available at tourist beaches. But no matter how far they’re thrown, Pyukumuku will always return to the same spot.

Once a Pyukumuku finds a place it likes, it won’t budge from it. If someone moves it away, back it comes to the same spot. If it runs out of food to eat in that spot, it’ll stay there—and starve. The people of Alola found this so pitiful that they developed a tradition of chucking Pyukumuku back into the food-rich sea whenever they come across any thin-bellied Pyukumuku.

Pyukumuku are covered with a slippery, viscous fluid that has a moisturizing effect. Pyukumuku can stay on land for a week without drying out. The people of Alola use this fluid for skincare products.

Pyukumuku hate to have their spikes and mouths touched, and if you step on one, it will hurl out its fist-like inner organs to strike at you.

Pyukumuku has a new Ability, Innards Out, which no other Pokémon has had before. With the Innards Out Ability, when this Pokémon faints, it will be able to deal one last bit of damage to its opponent, equal to the amount of HP it had left before it received the final blow.

772MS6.png Type: Null This Pokémon wearing a mask has been dubbed “Null,” meaning nothing.

The shapes of its front and hind legs are clearly different. The reason is that Type: Null was constructed to synthesize the strengths of various Pokémon, enabling it to adapt to any situation.

The mask fitted to Type: Null’s head is a piece of equipment designed to control its latent powers. It’s extremely heavy, so it also serves to hinder Type: Null’s agility.

To complete a certain mission, there was need of a Pokémon powerful enough to rival those Pokémon often spoken of in mythology.

773MS6.png Silvally When Type: Null gains a partner it can trust, it deliberately destroys the restraining device it wears. Once released from that heavy mask, the Pokémon’s speed increases substantially. Freed of the restraining effects of its mask, Silvally’s senses are heightened, and it reverts to its natural temperament. It has a wild nature, but it will obey a Trainer that it trusts. And to protect that Trainer from danger, it will put its own life on the line. Silvally is said to have been created to oppose a threat...

By inserting exclusive items into the drive on Silvally’s head, its RKS System can be activated, causing Silvally’s somatic cells to mutate and glow. The RKS System enables it to change its type, and its cells glow with different colors of light, depending on its type.

Silvally’s Ability is called the RKS System Ability, which no previous Pokémon has ever had. By having Silvally hold items that correspond to each Pokémon type, it can change its own type. Multi-Attack is a move that only Silvally can learn, and this move’s type changes based on which type-related item Silvally is holding.

774MS6.png Minior Minior are formed in the stratosphere and live by absorbing the detritus around them. When they’ve consumed a large quantity of particles, their bodies become heavy, and they fall toward the planet’s surface. Minior has a hard and heavy outer shell with a core inside it. The Meteor Pokémon seems to be made in such a way that if its shell breaks, it becomes lighter and can deal out quick attacks.

When its shell breaks, the core in its center is revealed. You won’t know what color will appear until this happens!

Minior has the new Shields Down Ability, which no other Pokémon has had before. With the Shields Down Ability, it will have excellent defensive capabilities as long as its shell is intact. It will also be protected from status conditions. But when its HP drops below half, its shell will break, and it will change to a form better suited to attacking.

Minior’s core will change color depending on the particular color of the debris it has absorbed. Its pastel coloration has a cute look, so this Pokémon is often used as a design motif for clothing and accessories.

775MS6.png Komala No one has ever seen a Komala awake. It eats, travels, and even battles while sound asleep! Its saliva can be used as medicine for the sick or sleepless, according to ancient people. They say if you take a small amount of the saliva remaining after it eats leaves, water the saliva down, and drink it, you’ll be able to sleep well.

Komala clings to a log pillow that its parents have given to it. Once it has grasped this log, it almost never releases it. If it does lose hold of its log, the Pokémon will be unable to sleep well and will thrash about wildly. Apparently it will sometimes cling to the arm of a Trainer it trusts.

Komala has the Comatose Ability, a new Ability that no other Pokémon has ever had until now. This Ability keeps it perpetually in a drowsing state, which prevents it from getting any other status conditions.

The ever-sleeping Komala’s expression sometimes changes, as if it has awareness of its surroundings and the talking of people nearby. But it appears that these changes in expression are actually just a result of the dreams it’s experiencing.

776MS6.png Turtonator Because Turtonator lives on volcanoes, feeding on sulfur and other materials found near volcanic craters, its shell has a layer of explosive material—mostly sulfur. When something strikes this Pokémon, sparks fly from the horns on its shell, igniting an explosion!

In areas around volcanic craters, this Pokémon camouflages itself as a rock and waits for prey. At the moment when its prey steps onto the back of its shell, Turtonator strikes its shell with its own tail, triggering an explosion!

The explosive blasts triggered from Turtonator’s back are released through an orifice located on the middle front of the Pokémon’s body. This is Turtonator’s weak point. Attacks landing on its stomach will cause it a great deal of damage.

Shell Trap is a move that only Turtonator is able to learn. With this move, the Pokémon can set a trap at the beginning of the turn, and if Turtonator is hit by an opponent’s physical attack during that turn, Shell Trap triggers an explosion that will deal much greater damage to the opponent.

777MS6.png Togedemaru Togedemaru is the Roly-Poly Pokémon that gathers electricity and stores it. The long needle that grows from the back of its head works as a lightning rod to attract electricity. With this reservoir of electrical energy, Togedemaru is able to release powerful Electric-type attacks!

Covering its body is a pattern of fur with strands like needles. That means that Togedamaru can roll itself up, and presto—it's a ball of prickles!

Some skilled Trainers have developed the strategy of getting other Pokémon to unleash Electric-type attacks on Togedemaru, which absorbs their power to use in a response attack!

On days when lightning strikes, you can sometimes see Togedemaru gather and bristle up their needles, waiting to be struck by lightning.

778MS6.png Mimikyu Mimikyu lives its life completely covered by its cloth and is always hidden. People believe that anybody who sees its true form beneath the cloth will be stricken with a mysterious illness. People in the Alola region are convinced that you must never try to peek beneath its covering. Mimikyu’s health fails when it’s bathed in the rays of the sun, so it prefers to stick to dark places. It’s rumored that the reason it covers itself with a cloth is to avoid sunlight.

The rising popularity of Pikachu-styled merchandise around 20 years ago is the reason that Mimikyu makes itself look like Pikachu. In fact, this Pokémon is dreadfully lonely, and it thought it would be able to make friends with humans if only it looked like Pikachu.

Mimikyu has the Disguise Ability, a new Ability that no Pokémon has ever before possessed. The Disguise Ability allows it to escape damage from an enemy’s attack just one time, and then its appearance changes.

Mimikyu’s Pikachu-like appearance is due to its Disguise Ability. In order to resemble Pikachu, this Pokémon makes patterns that look like eyes and a mouth appear on