Pokémon Cross Guard is an upcoming Role-Playing Game for the Nintendo Switch, it is part of the 8th Generation of Pokémon Games serving as a third version in a sense to Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield. Unlike previous versions however Pokémon Cross Guard heavily reworks the story and plot as well as introducing around 100 new Pokémon who are a combination of entirely new Pokémon, evolutions to Generation 8 Pokémon and Evolutions to older generation Pokémon.


As with Pokémon Sword & Shield before it, Pokémon Cross Guard is a Turn-Based Role-Playing Video Game, where the player takes the role of a young trainer beginning their journey in the Galar Region.

Basic Information

Pokémon are able to battle to gain experience, this is done in a turn-based system the turn order is determined by the Speed stat of the Pokémon in battle although some factors can alter this turn order. Defeating Pokémon or catching Wild Pokémon will gain experience which allows a Pokémon to level up, increase their stats (HP, Attack, Defence, Special Attack, Special Defence and Speed), learn new moves and evolve.

The player can give their Pokémon items to hold in battle which have a variety of effects and can also use items on their Pokémon to restore health or help them in battle, the player is also able to swap their Pokémon out in battle or attempt to flee from Wild Battles although these all cost a turn to do so.


Energize is a new mechanic introduced in Pokémon Cross Guard. The mechanic is the game's equivalent to previous generation gameplay mechanics and adopts elements from Mega Evolutions of Generation VI, Totem Pokémon from Generation VII and Dynamaxing from its predecessors, Sword & Shield. Energizing can be activated once per battle on one Pokémon and functions more like a fifth move than the big changes that other mechanics were. Energizing provides a Stat Up to all seven combat stats (Attack, Special Attack, Defence, Special Defence, Speed, Accuracy & Evasion) as well as a bonus two Stat Ups given based on the Pokémon itself, these bonus stat ups can be applied to the same stat or two different stats.

Like Mega Evolution and Gigantamax before it, some Pokémon when Energized take on a different form, in fact all Pokémon from those two previous gimmicks with form changes retain those forms here, however the form they take varies on the individual Pokémon but can be changed through an in-game item. When a Pokémon with a form change Energizes they not only get the nine stat ups of a regular Energize but like Mega Evolutions can change their Type and Ability and also gain a small base Stat Boost.

The Bast Stat Boost is significantly smaller than that of Mega Evolutions and is inversely proportional to the Pokémon's regular Base Stat Total, so lower BST Pokémon like Mawile and Sableye get larger boosts whereas higher BST Pokémon like Mewtwo and Rayquaza get a very small boost or a re-organizing of stats to that form.


Enrage is a variant of Energize only attainable by Wild Pokémon but is more powerful, this variant occurs in what are known as Rage Storms a unique weather effect which causes the Enraged Status and can occur naturally in the overworld as well as in Horde Encounters. The Enrage State has the same general effects as Energize but instead of boosting all seven combat stats by one stage it boosts them by two, the other effects such as the two bonus stat ups and any form changes remain the same as Energize.

Enrage Pokémon do not appear in the game until the player has defeated Nessa and the player is given a tutorial battle against one shortly after obtaining her badge via Leon.

The Rage Storm also has a few additional effects such as raising the chance for Shiny Encounters by 25% and ensuring that any Pokémon encountered during a Rage Storm has an Egg Move.

Helper Machines

Helper Machines, otherwise known as HMs are a feature in Pokémon Cross Guard that provide the player with the means to traverse obstacles in the overworld. As their abbreviation would suggest they're effectively an evolution to Hidden Machines from earlier generations although like Generation VII's Ride Pokémon and Generation VIII's Rotom Bike. Unlike Sword & Shield however there are numerous Helper Machines in the game, some are completely optional while others are mandatory for progression.

  • Bike - Received in Motostoke City, added mobility, can cross bike bridges.
    • All-Terrain Wheels - Received in Granigate Town, allows rough terrain traversal.
    • Mach Feature - Received in Acrotrack Village after defeating Gordie & Melony, higher speed and ride up sharp inclines.
  • Reef Rider - Recieved in Piepyre Village, traversal over water, also causes items to appear in water.
    • Diving Equipment - Recieved at Lake Miloch once the player has the Reef Rider, lets them dive underwater in 3D.
    • Jet Propulsion - Recieved in Terragasha Village, increases movement speed on water.
    • Armoured Hull - Recieved in Wyndon City, allows the player to break boulders on the water.
  • Nocturnal Light - Recieved in Granigate Town, illuminates the area around the player and reveals some hidden objects.
    • High Contrast Bulb - Recieved in Hammerlocke Town, reveals all hidden objects while active.
  • Macho Arms - Recieved in Graddadome Village after defeating Allister & Bea, Scale Cliff Faces.
    • Tangel Arms - Recieved in Ballonlea Village after defeating Piers, cross gaps in cliffs and climb on ceilings.
    • Power Augmenter - Recieved in Acrotrack Village, lets the player push Boulders and break objects on land.
  • Branch Cutter - Recieved in Wedgehurst Town after defeating Milo, Cuts down some obstacles.
    • Pincer Cutter - Received in Guiaella Town, cuts down vines allowing them to be climbed.
  • Roto Lift - Recieved in Streetleaf Village, allows the player to fly to previously visited locations



The Y-Comm is a returning feature in Pokémon Cross Guard, it is a device that allows the player to conduct online activities with players anywhere throughout the game, the item is received fairly soon after the player begins their journey and comes equipped with a PokéStatus Screen letting the player see their Pokémon's condition at any time. As the player travels throughout the game they can pick up applications for new programs for the Y-Comm giving it added functionality.

Online App

The Online App is an addition to the Y-Comm which serves many of the functions that the original Y-Comm did in Pokémon Sword & Shield.

  • Trade with other players Locally or Online
    • Online is via the GTS which like Pokémon Home has restrictions to prevent impossible trade requests appearing
  • Battles with other players Locally or Online
  • Team up with Friends for Local or Online Battles

Tow new additions are included with the Online App which give the player new options for online play, these being Trade Hub and Tournaments.

Trade Hub

Trade Hub is the replacement for previous features like Wonder Trade, this allows the player to trade with anyone in the world through random trades. Trades in the Trade Hub work on a Point System which is based on the following factors;

  • Base Stats of the Pokémon
  • IVs of the Pokémon
  • Rarity Value
  • Shiny
  • Event/Egg Moves

When the player makes a trade they'll recieve a Pokémon in return of approximately equal value within a 5% Point Range of the Pokémon they traded in. The Trade Hub itself has its own Pokémon that it trades out from time to time, they're designated by the Trainer ID 000000 and have a unique location from the rest of the world so always recieve boosted experience.


The second new feature in the Online App is the Tournament which is a method by which trainers can gather together to conduct tournaments more easily via online and local. Tournaments can have set parameters allowing them to be customized, these can include the following;

  • No. of Players
  • Type Restrictions
  • Pokémon Restrictions
  • Lv50 or Open Level
  • Move Restrictions
  • Ability Restrictions
  • Join Permissions

When the player wishes to apply for a Tournament they will enter a queue, the queue is based on the region of the world the player is in, this is to ensure there isn't an overflow. Once the player is able to create their Tournament they will be notified and have a week to establish the tournament and two weeks to get players to join, the player can manually set CPU controlled characters to fill in empty spaces, once the tournament has all the player slots filled the tournament can begin. Tournaments run based on the number of players, larger tournaments with more players can run for longer while smaller tournaments with fewer players run for shorter periods of time.

Horde Encounters

A separate feature from the Online App, Horde Encounters is an application the player obtains once they recieve their second Gym Badge. This lets the player be notified whenever there is a Horde Encounter and lets the player join in at any time, Horde Encounters can have up to five players and have star values similar to Raid Battles from Pokémon Sword & Shield denoting certain attributes of the Pokémon, unlike Raid Battles however, each Star has a specific attribute it is assigned to so the stars that are shown will correspond to those attributes.

The five attributes that Stars attribute to are;

  1. 3 Perfect IVs
  2. 5 Perfect IVs
  3. Shiny
  4. Knows 2 Egg Moves
  5. Special Event
Legendary Pokémon

Throughout the year, once the player has completed the main campaign, Legendary Pokémon can crop up in Horde Encounters, each of these encounters functions much like the regular Horde Encounters although does not have a star value instead appearing with an alert symbol instead. The probability of a Legendary Horde Encounter is very low although there are particular days throughout each year known as that Pokémon's Summoning Day where its encounter rthere are also many days where multhout the year there are also many days where multiple Legendary Pokémon can be found on the same day, in these cases the probability of a Legendary Horde Encounter is the same but which legendary the player gets is completely random.


Above is the dates that every legendary Pokémon can appear in (it should be noted that in this context Legendary Pokémon include true Legendary Pokémon, Mythical Pokémon and Ultra Beasts). Horde Encounters stick to the same format as regular Hordes although each Legendary has its own unique Horde that relates to that Pokémon, some Hordes also feature multiple Legendaries so the player will either need to rely on a Multi-Ball if they want to capture all the Legendaries in one go or knock them out down to one and then capture that Pokémon they want.

Legendary Horde Encounters

  • Arceus - 27th Dec to 6th Jan - Arceus, Slaking x2, Snorlax x2
  • Tapu Lele - 10th Jan to 20th Jan - Tapu Lele, Lualyrio x2, Passimian, Oranguru
  • Tapu Koko - 12th Jan to 22nd Jan - Tapu Koko, Pozitario x2, Crabominable, Ribombee
  • Articuno - 21st Jan to 31st Jan - Articuno, Lapras, Jynx, Dewgong, Cloyster
  • Hoopa - 24th Jan to 3rd Feb - Hoopa, Sigilyph, Banette, Mimikyu, Sableye
  • Melmetal - 27th Jan to 5th Feb - Melmetal, Meltan x4
  • Mewtwo - 2nd Feb to 10th Feb - Mewtwo, Gyarados, Pidgeot, Wigglytuff, Dragonite
  • Xurkitree - 7th Feb to 16th Feb - Xurkitree, Raichu, Manectric, Zebstrika, Pincurchin
  • Landorus - 9th Feb to 19th Feb - Landorus, Ninetales x2, Whimsicott, Lilligant
  • Mew - 22nd Feb to 2nd Mar - Mew, Reuniclus x2, Ditto x2
  • Cresselia - 28th Feb to 8th Mar - Cresselia, Clefable x2, Lunatone x2
  • Kartana -  28th Feb to 9th Mar - Kartana, Gallade x2, Haxorus x2
  • Keldeo - 9th Mar to 19th Mar - Keldeo, Mudsdale x2, Rapidash x2
  • Shaymin - 15th Mar to 25th Mar - Shaymin, Cherrim x2, Roserade x2
  • UB-02 - 1st Apr to 11th Apr - Buzzwole, Pheromosa, Heracross x3
  • Meloetta - 2nd Apr to 11 Apr - Meloetta, Toxtricity x2, Exploud, Kommo-o
  • Rayquaza - 8th Apr to 17th Apr - Rayquaza, Drampa, Lickilicky, Altaria, Golduck
  • Zarude - 16th Apr to 26th Apr - Zarude, Primeape, Simisage, Simisear, Simipour
  • Zygarde - 17th Apr to 27th Apr - Zygarde 50%, Zygarde 10% x4
  • Nikkruel - 18th Apr to 28th Apr - Nikkruel, Gorebyss x2, Huntail x2
  • Latis - 4th May to 14th May - Latios, Latias, Absol, Pelipper, Tropius
  • Naganadel - 15th May to 25th May - Naganadel, Poipole, Beedrill x2, Vespiquen
  • Thundurus - 2nd Jun to 12th Jun - Thundurus, Lanturn, Kingdra x2, Pelipper
  • Volcanion - 11th Jun to 20th Jun - Volcanion, Torkoal, Wailord, Magmortar, Barbaracle
  • Groudon - 17th Jun to 26th Jun - Groudon, Bellossom, Tsareena, Cherrim, Tropius
  • Stakataka - 20th Jun to 30th Jun - Stakataka, Aggron, Golem, Bastiodon x2
  • Tapu Fini - 26th Jun to 6th Jul - Tapu Fini, Myshurio x2, Alolan Exeggutor x2
  • Victini - 29th Jun to 9th Jul - Victini, Braviary x2, Bouffalant x2
  • Genesect - 30th Jun to 9th Jul - Genesect, Arhceopteon x2, Carrundaira x2
  • Jirachi - 2nd Jul to 12th Jul - Jirachi, Starmie x2, Micriome x2
  • Giratina - 6th Jul to 15th Jul - Giratina, Dusknoir x2, Gardevoir x2
  • Deoxys - 15th Jul to 25th Jul - Deoxys, Beheeyem x2, Huwhells x2
  • Marshadow - 14th Jul to 3rd Aug - Marshadow, Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee, Hitmontop, Hitmonchi
  • Moltres - 3rd Aug to 13th Aug - Moltres, Magmortar, Rapidash, Arcanine, Ninetales
  • Dialga - 9th Aug to 17th Aug - Dialga, Metagross, Bronzong, Salamence, Porygon-Z
  • Tornadus - 14th Aug to 21st Aug - Tornadus, A. Ninetales, Freezilich x2, Vanilluxe
  • Nihilego - 21st Aug to 31st Aug - Nihilego, Jellicent M, Jellicent F, Tentacruel, Jelluna
  • Light Duo - 31st Aug to 10th Sep - Solgaleo, Lunala, Cosmog, Lunatone, Solrock
  • Zapdos - 18th Sep to 28th Sep - Zapdos, Electrode, Magnezone, Raichu, Electivire
  • Darkrai - 20th Sep to 30th Sep - Dakrai, Gengar, Spiritomb x2, Musharna
  • Celesteela - 29th Sep to 9th Oct - Celesteela, Houndoom, Vileplume, Weezing, Crobat
  • Tapu Bulu - 3rd Oct to 13th Oct - Tapu Bulu, Flarelorio x2, Turtonator, Drampa
  • Zeraora - 9th Oct to 17th Oct - Zeraora, Espeon, Sudowoodo, Blissey, Granbull
  • Yveltal - 28th Oct to 7th Nov - Yveltal, Stoutland, Lucario, Marowak, Trevenant
  • Ryominous - 30th Oct to 9th Nov - Ryominous, Arcanine, Houndoom, Lucario, Stoutland
  • Blacephalon - 31st Oct to 10th Nov - Blacephalon, Mr. Rime, Drifblim, Grumpig, Mr. Mime
  • Guzzlord - 21st Nov to 1st Dec - Guzzlord, A. Raticate, A. Muk, Swalot, Greedent
  • Magearna - 27th Nov to 7th Dec - Magearna, Klinklang, Claydol, Chandelure, Klefki
  • Palkia - 15th Dec to 24th Dec - Palkia, Drapion, Gliscor, Toxicroak, Honchkrow
  • Kyogre - 16th Dec to 26th Dec - Kyogre, Relicanth, Tentacruel, Goodra, Heliolisk
  • Xerneas - 22nd Dec to 30th Dec - Xerneas, Togekiss, Comfey, Grimmsnarl, Hatterene

Radio Radio App & Stations

For the first time in the series since Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver, radio broadcasts return to the series, allowing the player to tune in to different shows. As with previous iterations, the Radio is obtained fairly early on in the player's journey shortly after they register for the league itself and serves several purposes.

There are two main radio stations the player can tune into, the first is Filmuna Radio which provides alternative music to various locations in the game the music that plays is generally a genre variant of the main theme although in some cases such as boss battles there is no alternative music from this radio.

The second main radio station is the Wyndon News Radio which is split between three frequencies. The lowest frequency is known as Retro Wyndon and plays GB versions of the various location and battle themes, the middle frequency is the main News Broadcast and provides updates on various happenings in the region including freak weather, swarms of Pokémon and info on the various major characters in the game. Lastly at the high frequency is Wyndon International, this is a special radio station as every day it plays music from different regions instead of that of Galar's, the music is generally designed to fit the location, the order of the Regions goes;

  • Monday - Alola
  • Tuesday - Hoenn
  • Wednesday - Johto
  • Thursday - Kalos
  • Friday - Kanto
  • Saturday - Sinnoh
  • Sunday - Unova

Alongside these frequencies there are a number of minor radio channels the player can listen in on to learn various other pieces of information. The first of these is Primo's Battle Tech, this is a show run by a man from the Kanto region called Primo who provides information on the basics of battling and important factors in battling such as Status Ailments, PokéBall capture effects, Stat Changes and Abilities, while this radio station is active the player can also see Primo providing a visual guide which is stylized like Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen although uses custom sprites for some of the Pokémon that didn't exist in those games.

Another Radio Station the player can listen in on is Edric's Discounts, this is a radio station that informs the player of discounts on various items, the items on discount change every day and allow the player to buy those items at a reduced price (this is signified by the price tag for that item being Green instead of Black).

The player can also tune into Sherry's Eggspert Advice, this Radio Station provides players with information about breeding and also explains to players what Pokémon are found in the various Egg Groups, one thing to note is that as long as this Radio Station is active the time for eggs to hatch (in steps) is reduced by 25% this can be stacked with Magma Armor or Flame Body to reduce the steps required significantly.

Hugo's Item Essentials is a Radio Station found on the low end of the frequency and is run by a retired battler named Hugo who can be found in Wyndon City. Hugo provides information on items when used in battle, if the player tunes into his station they can also watch videos of the application of each battle item in combat with various Pokémon. Visiting Hugo and battling him will have the video be replaced with the player's battle against him the next time the show airs.


When the player reaches Turffield Village they'll be able to talk to an NPC called Maizie who is the granddaughter of Kurt, she has followed in her grandfather's footsteps and brought the tradition of turning Apricorns into PokéBalls over to the Galar Region. The player can talk to Maizie and she'll offer to turn Apricorns into PokéBalls, this process takes an hour to complete however produces twenty PokéBalls of the type created. The PokéBall Maizie and her students create varies based on which Apricorns the player gives her, the player can give Maizie one Apricorn to create the Apricorn PokéBalls introduce in Generation II or can give her two Apricorns to create new Apricorn PokéBalls.

Apricorns BlackApricorn
Black Bag Heavy Ball Sprite
Heavy Ball
Slumber Ball
Hold Ball
Star Ball
Summit Ball
Thunder Ball
Earthly Ball
Blue SlumberBall
Slumber Ball
Bag Lure Ball Sprite
Lure Ball
Jungle Ball
Mystic Ball
Lucky Ball
Frost Ball
Reflect Ball
Green HoldBall
Hold Ball
Jungle Ball
Bag Friend Ball Sprite
Friend Ball
Quell Ball
Phantasm Ball
Trade Ball
Pink StarBall
Star Ball
Mystic Ball
Bag Love Ball Sprite
Love Ball
Invert Ball
Radiant Ball
Red SummitBall
Summit Ball
Lucky Ball
Quell Ball
Invert Ball
Bag Level Ball Sprite
Level Ball
Power Ball
Facade Ball
White ThunderBall
Thunder Ball
Frost Ball
Phantasm Ball
Power Ball
Bag Fast Ball Sprite
Fast Ball
Light Ball
Yellow EarthlyBall
Earthly Ball
Reflect Ball
Trade Ball
Radiant Bal
Facade Ball
Light Ball
Bag Moon Ball Sprite
Moon Ball

New PokéBalls

Pokémon Cross Guard introduces twenty-one new PokéBalls into the series with a variety of effects and attributes that distinguish them from other PokéBalls in the past.

  • Slumber Ball - This PokéBall works best against Sleeping Pokémon increasing the Catch Rate to x3, in addition it has a x2 effect against Pokémon with Insomnia and Comatose.
  • Hold Ball - The Hold Ball works best against opponents that are holding an item during battle, increasing the catch Rate to x3.5, if the item is a consumable item then the catch rate increases to x5.
  • Star Ball - The Star Ball works best against opponents who evolve via the Shiny Stone or Dawn Stone boosting the Catch Rate to x4.
  • Summit Ball - The Summit Ball works well against Flying-Type and Dragon-Type Pokémon with a x3.5 Catch Rate, this does not stack with Dragon/Flying Pokémon.
  • Thunder Ball - This PokéBall is useful against Electric-Type Pokémon, Pokémon which are Paralyzed and when the Electric Terrain effect is active, if any of these conditions are in effect the Catch Rate is increased to x3.5 although do not stack.
  • Earthly Ball - The Earthly Ball works best against Rock-Type and Ground-Type Pokémon with a x3.5 Catch Rate, this does not stack with Rock/Ground Pokémon.
  • Jungle Ball - The Jungle Ball is most useful against Grass-Type Pokémon but also has a boosted effect when Grassy Terrain is in effect, it has a x3 Catch Rate but can stack for a x6 Catch Rate.
  • Mystic Ball - The Mystic Ball is best used for Fairy-Type Pokémon and/or when the Misty Terrain effect is active, it has a x3 Catch Rate but can stack for a x6 Catch Rate.
  • Lucky Ball - The Lucky Ball works like a regular PokéBall however has an increased Critical Capture Rate.
  • Frost Ball - This PokéBall is effective against Ice-Type Pokémon and in Hail Weather, if either of these conditions are satisfied the PokéBall has a x3.5 Catch Rate, however does not stack.
  • Reflect Ball - The Reflect Ball is a PokéBall which increases its catch rate based on if the moves; ReflectAurora VeilLight ScreenTrick RoomWonder Room and Magic Room are in effect, for each one in effect the Catch Rate increases by 0.75 for a maximum x5.5 Catch Rate.
  • Multi-Ball - The Multi-Ball is one of the more unique balls, unlike Regular PokéBalls this PokéBall is used multiple times in a single turn, similar to moves like Fury Attack and Pin Missile it can attempt to capture between two to five times, although does all three shakes simultaneously to reduce the time. This is one of the only PokéBalls that can be used during a wild multi-battle and can even capture multiple Pokémon as a result.
  • Quell Ball - The Quell Ball increases or decreases its catch rate based on the stats of the player's active Pokémon against their target, if the stats are 150% greater than the opponents the Catch Rate goes up by 1 for each stat with a maximum of x7, although for any stat where the player's Pokémon is lower the Catch Rate is cut in half for a possible minimum of x0.016.
  • Phantasm Ball - The Phantasm Ball works well against Ghost-Type Pokémon and also when the target is Trapped, if either of these conditions are met the catch rate for this PokéBall increases to x3.5.
  • Trade Ball - Another of the more unique PokéBalls, the Trade Ball has a x2 Catch Rate on Pokémon that evolve by trading, a unique property of this PokéBall however is that it can cause a Pokémon caught in it that does evolve by trading to evolve immediately, in the case of Pokémon that evolve while holding items the player will need to have that item in their Bag at the time for the Pokémon to evolve on capture.
  • Invert Ball - This PokéBall works based on Stat Modifications to the target, for every stat raise the opponent has the Catch Rate for this ball increases by 0.15 for a possible maximum of x7.3 (includes Accuracy & Evasion), however for every stat drop the opponent has the Catch Rate is reduced to 90% for a potential minimum of x0.012.
  • Tele-Ball - The Tele Ball is a PokéBall designed to catch Psychic-Type Pokémon and also has an added effect against Pokémon that can learn Teleport, Psychic-Type Pokémon have a x3 Catch Rate while Pokémon that can learn Teleport have a x2 Catch Rate, if both are true then the Pokémon has a x5 Catch Rate.
  • Radiant Ball - The Radiant Ball works well against Pokémon that evolve via the Sun Stone and has a x4 Catch Rate modifier.
  • Power Ball - The Power Ball works against an opponent's attacking stats, the higher the stats are the greater the catch Rate of the Pokémon which is broken into brackets.
    • x0.5 for <100 Attack & Sp. Attack summation
    • x1 for >100 Attack & Sp. Attack summation
    • x1.5 for >125 Attack & Sp. Attack summation
    • x2 for >150 Attack & Sp. Attack summation
    • x3 for >175 Attack & Sp. Attack summation
    • x4 for >200 Attack & Sp. Attack summation
    • x5 for >250 Attack & Sp. Attack summation
  • Facade Ball - The Facade Ball as its name suggests works like the move Facade, if the target is Poisoned, Paralyzed or Burned this ball has a x4 Catch Rate.
  • Light Ball - The Light Ball works best when used during the day, it has a x1 Catch Rate at Night & Evening, x2 Catch Rate in the Morning and x4 Catch Rate during the Day

Shiny Pokémon

As with previous generations, Shiny Pokémon are a very rare occurance in Pokémon Cross Guard, having a 1/4096 Chance of appearing normally. As with previous games in the series the Masuda Method returns once again allowing the player to more easily obtain Shiny Pokémon through Breeding, in addition returning from Pokémon X, Y, Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, Chain Fishing is once again an effective method allowing the probability of a Shiny Pokémon to appear through consecutive fishing to increase from 1/4096 on the 1st battle to a maximum of 81/4096 by the 20th battle.

The Battle Encounter Method introduced in Pokémon Sword & Shield now no longer applies to Shiny Pokémon but rather will boost the probability of that Pokémon having perfect IVs in more stats when found, with 100 battles guaranteeing 1 perfect IV, 1,000 battles guaranteeing 2 perfect IVs and 10,000 battles guaranteeing 3 perfect IVs with the remaining three IVs having their probability of being perfect increase to a maximum at 50,000 battles.

In place of the Battle Encounter Method is the new Light in Darkness Method, this is a method which only works within the games various dungeons and works at night only, when the player uses the High Contrast Bulb under these conditions the probability of a Shiny Pokémon appearing increases from 1/4096 to 1/1364, due to the way most Pokémon behave around the High Contrast Bulb however the player will need to avoid shining it on the Pokémon as they will run away in fear.

Post-Game Features

Each of the Post-Games in Pokémon Cross Guard feature a new gameplay feature distinct from that of the main area of the game. Some are returning features from previous games while others are entirely new, the player is able to access these features fairly early on in their post-game stories although is limited in the Pokémon they can use until they've completed the post-game plot, this is excluding the fourth Post-Game which is strictly just the Battle Frontier.

Dojo Endurance


Dojo Endurance is a new game feature introduced in Pokémon Cross Guard which appears in the Sunter Region Post-Game. This mini-game has the player battle in a Triple Battle Format against an endless horde of wild Pokémon, the Pokémon that appear will vary every time and are selected from a pool with the probability of stronger Pokémon appearing the longer the battle goes on for. The player cannot use their normal items in this battle format however after they defeat each opponent there is a chance the opponent will drop an item the player can use, these items include healing and status curing items, battle items, PP restoring items and other various items unique to this mode.

The player earns BP based on how well they did earning 1BP for every 2 Pokémon defeated, the player also earns 1BP for any Boss Pokémon defeated which are opponent Pokémon that will go into an enraged state when they appear.



PokéTheater is a new game feature that functions similar to previous game features; PokéContests. The game is divided into two components; Story & Performance.

The story shares similarities to PokéStar Studios from Pokémon Black 2 & White 2 in that the player needs to make decisions on how to progress the story leading to several possible outcomes for the plot, the player is able to choose the direction of the story by having their Pokémon use its moves similar to PokéContests, each move having an assigned quality similar to the five flavours.

Performance is the other component of PokéTheater and is a Rhythm-based series of minigames that appear as the player plays through the story with the different minigames popping up based on the decisions taken. They all generally function in similar ways although can have the player in one of several roles based on their Pokémon's position in the story.

The stories the player can choose from tend to draw reference to European Fairy Tales as well as some of the myths and legends of both the Galar Regions and past regions in the series. The moves the player can choose from fall under one of the following categories;

  • Heroic - The Pokémon takes an active and leading role in the plot aiming to be the center of attention
  • Supportive - The Pokémon's supporting actions bolster the overall performance maximizing the potential
  • Wise - The Pokémon's insight fleshes out the world of the story allowing for a more positive outcome
  • Comedic - The Pokémon uses light-hearted banter to ease the tension making performances easier
  • Wildcard - The Pokémon's unpredictable behaviour can lead to unexpected outcomes
  • Trickster - The Pokémon takes an antagonistic role to make performances harder for others
  • Spry - The Pokémon's pure actions completely cancel out the effects of others

Eternal Dungeon

Eternal Dungeon
Eternal Dungeon is the third new feature in Pok​​émon Cross Guard, the feature appears in the Etrana Region and allows the player to take on a Rogue-Like adventure through the Eternal Dungeon a mysterious and strange location in the Etrana Region where reality is said to change depending on who enters it.

This game feature has two options; Classic Mode & Random Mode. Classic Mode allow the player to bring in three Pokémon from their party while Random Mode has the player select three Pokémon from a random group of nine Pokémon, both modes offer generally the same experience but the Pokémon and Trainers encountered in each mode vary.

The player's goal in the Eternal Dungeon is to get to the basement which is between 10 to 25 Floors deep, the dungeon is randomly generated and can include a variety of puzzle elements including some seen in Gyms from both Pokémon Cross Guard and previous games in the series. Unlike a traditional Rogue-like the entire dungeon is generated at once allowing for multi-floor puzzles including some teleporter puzzles.

Through the player's journey through the dungeon they'll battle wild Pokémon as well as opponent trainers, find various items in the dungeon to help them, can even capture Pokémon found in the dungeon and use them in battle to give the player an edge as well as find various traps which can inflict statuses or effects on the player's Pokémon. Once the player reaches the lowest level they'll need to battle one of the dungeon's boss trainers depending on how deep the dungeon was the Boss Trainer will change with eight possible bosses, four for each game mode.

Completing the dungeon rewards the player with a large pool of BP (typically 20 to 50) as well as being allowed to keep the items and Pokémon they found in the dungeon.

Battler Frontier

After being absent for four generations, the Battle Frontier returns in Pokémon Cross Guard, accessible the earliest out of the four post-game features, the fourth post-game is entirely based around the Battle Frontier, a location where the toughest trainers in the world gather to test their skills in unique and varied battle tournaments. The Battle Frontier of Galar features nine battle facilities which are laid out in a pentagonal arrangement with four of the facilities located on the lower areas of the island.

Each facility has its own rules and format for play, the player can also encounter a number of returning characters from previous games as well as ones that appear elsewhere in Pokémon Cross Guard in these facilities. Like with the Hoenn and Sinnoh Battle Frontiers, each facility also has a Frontier Brain, a powerful trainer who is typically fought on the 21st and 49th battles of a facility.

Most Facilities allow for Single, Double, Triple, Rotation and Inverse Battles with the number of Pokémon in a battle being 3 for Single and Inverse, 4 for Double and Rotation and 6 for Triple.

  • Battle Tower - The universal facility of the Battle Frontier, this facility allows the player to participate in standard format battles. In Multi-Battles the player can team up with various characters initially just ones they've encountered in Galar but completing the other Post-Games and battling in the Facilities will unlock more as the player is introduced to these characters.
  • Battle Factory - A returning facility, this facility allows the player to battle with random Pokémon, the facility has three options; Little Cup, Level 50 and Open Level. Little Cup only permits non-evolved Pokémon that are less than 5ft tall all at Level 30, Level 50 will use Non-Evolved and Evolved Pokémon all at Level 50 and Open Level only used fully evolved Pokémon at Level 100.
  • Battle Wilds - This facility challenges the player allowing them to only use one Pokémon, the facility is an open environment which has some random generation leading to a maze-like layout, unlike other Battle Facilities the player can fight Wild Pokémon here and every Wild Battle is a Horde Battle, the player's Pokémon can earn experience from battle, this facility is always set that the player's Pokémon is at Level 50 regardless of their actual level. The player can also find items in the wilds which include Held Items, Restoration Items and Battle Items.
  • Battle Casino - This facility has the player battling opponents while within a giant casino, the battles have the unique attribute of beginning with a Roulette Wheel where the player drops a ball to select the Pokémon they use in battle, the Pokémon they can use are comprised of both the player and their opponent's Pokémon, the format is Level 50 or Open Level. The facility is functionally similar to the Neon Colosseum from Pokémon Battle Revolution.
  • Battle Bunker - This facility features an entirely new battling style to the other facilities, the facility adds a Tactical element to battling as the player along with their ally Trainers move around a field taking turns to battle the opponents, the goal is to eliminate every opposing trainer. Positioning of the characters is important as it can allow the player to go into a battle as a 2v1 or even 3v1 scenario, this facility is Single Battle only as to allow for these gang-up battles. The field also has environments which can affect the surroundings such as having terrains, entry hazards or weather set up at the beginning of battle. In this facility the player battles the Frontier Brain on the 18th and 40th Battles instead.
  • Battle Market - This facility has the player traversing a large open market, in the market the player is able to buy and sell items being given an initial amount of Battle Tokens, the goal of this is to gather enough Battle Tokens either from selling items or battling trainers to be able to reach the boss trainer of each market, the layout has several possibilities and some market vendors are also trainers, the items the player buys and sells also have unique battle effects giving the player's Pokémon boosts or setting up certain effects at the beginning of a battle. In this facility the player battles the Frontier Brain on the 10th and 25th Battles instead.
  • Battle Royale - This facility is a returning facility from Pokémon Sun & Moon and allows the player to participate in the unique Battle Royale format, this format has the player compete in a free-for-all against a number of other trainers. The format has changed from its Gen VII iteration however, no longer does the match end after a trainer is KO'd (excluding the player) instead the battle will keep going with new trainers appearing until the player has either scored the requisite points for completing the Royale or having all their Pokémon faint. At the beginning of the Royale an Electronic Board will cycle through effects that can occur on stage, each character stops the board on a square causing that effect to come into play, this is functionally similar to the Battle Arcade from Pokémon Platinum and the effects can impact the player's Pokémon, their opponents or the field in general.
  • Battle Storybook - This strange facility functions in a way like a choose-your-own adventure, the facility is a series of rooms which have the player taking on the role of an adventurer, each challenge is ten rooms long and has the player picking between two to five options which can lead to a variety of outcomes including Trainer Battles, status effects, wild battles, items, healing, etc. The facility has Level 50 and Open Level formats but has no Battle Format since the player can have Single, Double, Triple, Rotation, Inverse or Horde Battles occur in a single challenge at random. This facility has the player battle the Frontier Brain on the 9th and 20th Challenges instead.
  • Battle Triathlon - This facility combines overworld movement and battling, unlike other facilities the Pokémon the player can bring into this facility is 1 for Single/Inverse, 2 for Double/Rotation and 3 for Triple, the facility has the player race through several obstacle courses, one on land, one on water and the third via a vertical ascent. Trainers are scattered throughout which cna battle the player, the goal is to complete the triathlon as quickly as possible, lower times reward higher BP, all battles are set so battle animations are off and trainers dialogue is always set to fast. The player can also find healing spots as well as few unique wild encounters from rampaging Pokémon. In multiplayer this mode is a race where the winner is calculated from their time as well as the state of their Pokémon.


Story of Galar

One of the most dramatic changes between Pokémon Cross Guard and Pokémon Sword & Shield is the plot, Cross Guard is much more focused on the state of the Galar Region and the history of the legendary Pokémon Zacian and Zamazenta with Eternatus serving as more of a background figure.

The plot overviews the player and their childhood friend and rival, Hop beginning their Pokémon journeys together, along the way meeting up with fellow beginners Marnie and Bede who are also determined to become Champions of the region. The player and Hop are enlisted by the region's head professor, Professor Magnolia with assisting her granddaughter, Sonia on an exploration of the Galar Region as Sonia is seeking to become a Professor like her grandmother although in the field of Pokémon Ancient History as opposed to Pokémon Potential that Professor Magnolia studies.

Along the way the player learns about how the league system in the Galar region operates, finding that the Gyms originally served as the guards to the royal family of the Galar Region and still to this day retain that loyalty. As such each Gym has its own group behind it that operate as testing agents for that gym to ensure challengers are up to the task. The Gyms also are known to often get into heated arguments with one another as the Gym Leaders each vying for favour with the royal family.

Throughout the player's journey the player sees the different sides of this effect the royal family has on the people of the region, some acting as almost devout followers believing the Royal family's word as gospel while others are more hesitant or even outright reject the notion of the Royal Family and have become shunned by the other cities as a result. The player learns that Marnie falls under the latter of these as she faces severe difficulty with her own league battles due to the more loyal gyms trying to deny her battles. Bede meanwhile is shown to be one of the more devout individuals in the region, supposedly being a close relative to the royal family he has an extreme trust towards them as he was raised directly under the crown princes.

Sonia (Sword&amp;Shield)

Sonia's actions in uncovering the past of the Galar Region however throughout the course of the game become more and more damning against the royal family, as the original tale of legend spoke of twin heroes who'd come to protect the people and Pokémon of the Galar Region from a great evil thousands of years ago, helping to establish many of the major cities of the region while also beginning the basis for the Gym system in the Galar Region. As Sonia's investigation unveils further truths, the supposed brilliance of the twin heroes begins to unravel as its revealed many individuals snuffed out from the history of the Galar Region were in fact responsible for some of the actions attributed to the twin heroes. This leads to Sonia and by extension the player and Hop being pressured by some of the Gyms as well as a group known as the Golden Thorns attempting to silence Sonia's documentation, attempting to erase the ruins that had these remaining truths.

Sword Shield Bede

During the player's journey, Bede's devotion to the royal family reaches an apex shortly after the player defeats their fourth Gym Leaders, in which Bede attempts on behalf of the Golden Thorns to destroy an ancient structure in the Glimwood Tangle, leading to damage to the surrounding environment as a result. Bede is subsequently shunned for his actions by the crown princes themselves. Bede attempts to rationalize their betrayal against him as he'd been repeatedly encouraged by them to speak out against Sonia, although is fortunate as Bede is taken in by the guardian of the Glimwood Tangle and Gym Leader of Ballonlea Village, Opal. Over the course of the game Bede slowly begins to with the help of Opal understand the reality of the Galar Region and although very reluctant throughout his remaining encounters eventually comes to the aid of Sonia and the player when they're later ambushed by the Golden Thorns showing his rejection of the Royal Family's word.


Hop is shown throughout the game to be a heavily conflicted individual, while initially having no trouble working alongside Sonia while also believing the Royal Family as his brother and the at the time Champion, Leon was a strong supporter of them (a role all previous Champions had also held). As the game progresses however, the divide between the two groups grows and Hop ends up becoming lost in his beliefs, not wanting to go against his brother or his friends, however in a confrontation between Leon and Sonia at Motostoke City over the reliability of the Royal Family, Hop is confronted on his beliefs and initially retreats, refusing to take sides.

Throughout much of the game, Hop remains somewhat distant trying to make sense of the situation, showing a fluctuating belief between who's truth he accepts. Eventually after witnessing a confrontation between Leon and the crown princes, Hop comes to the realization that Leon is effectively trapped in his position and is able to turn against the crown princes, accepting Sonia's findings on the history of the region and helps the player in combating the Golden Thorns.

Sword Shield Marnie

Marnie is initially shown to be a very reserved character in the plot, generally only encountering the player to battle against them, it is only after the player defeats the third Gym Leader that Marnie begins to open up to the player about her situation, after a brief run-in with the Golden Thorns and then witnessing how others treat her being from Spikemuth City. Marnie explains that she'd gone out to prove that people were wrong to follow the word of the crown princes, much to the reluctance from her brother, Piers. Marnie is shown to have an extremely strong reaction against the crown princes, regarding them with significant hatred, however over the course of the story her tone mellows, realizing that brute force approaches would not work against the crown princes and the Golden Thorns due to the sheer power they held.

Fortunately for Marnie she learns from the Gym Leaders of the region how they each regard the crown princes and helps her piece together a new view of the crown princes, still regarding them with much disdain but believing that through the truths of the past that Sonia had found as well as an underlying reluctance many of the Gym Leaders are shown to hold that they'll be able to overturn the control the royal family has on the Galar Region, eventually convincing her brother that they can help in a way that wouldn't cause harm to others, rallying the people of Spikemuth to help Sonia and the player in getting the true history of the Galar Region out.

The story begins to reach its climax with an incident occurring shortly after the player's battle with Piers, the seventh Gym Leader. The player witnesses strange clouds gathering over the wild areas and finds that hordes of Energized Pokémon have begun to run rampant, threatening the safety of the nearby Towns and Cities of the Galar Region. The player travels across the Wild Areas tracking down and stopping each of the hordes with help from the various townspeople, Gym Leaders and other important characters. Many begin to suspect something is going on in Wyndon as the upper levels of the city where the royal family reside have become locked off from the public and some report seeing the strange clouds originating from that area.

The player eventually tracks down and defeats Raihan, the eighth and final gym leader who is also one of the most devout gym leaders when it comes to trusting the royal family. Despite reluctance, through a conversation with Leon, Raihan gives the player their eighth badge, giving the player permission to enter Champion's Road. The player is on their way out of Hammerlocke Town confronted by the crown princes, Sordward & Shieldbert directly who simply request a battle against the player seeming to harbour no anger towards the player, the player is assisted by Bede and the player is able to defeat the crown princes much to the shock of many as some had regarded the crown princes as undefeatable.

Eventually the player makes their way to Wyndon City and is tasked with successfully traversing Champion's Road, a massive artificial dungeon created long ago to test the skills of the royal guards and contains some of the toughest trainers and Pokémon in the entire region. After successfully surpassing the Champion's Road, the crown princes realizing they have nowhere else to run, eventually reveal their intentions to snuff out the truth of the past and create their own legend of defeating great and mighty Pokémon that threaten the Galar Region, revealing a device known as the Eternal Machine which is powered by a mysterious skull which Sonia recognizes to originating from the strange inscription found on some of the ruins of a Pokémon originating from space believed to have caused the rampaging Pokémon.

The player, Sonia and many others attempt to access the upper levels of Wnydon City, eventually gaining access battling their way through many of the Golden Thorns forces eventually reaching the Wyndon Tower a massive structure where Sordward & Shielbert intended to activate the Eternal Machine, however before doing so are attacked by the Legendary Pokémon, Zacian and Zamazenta. During the player's travels shortly after their various Gym Battles the player seems to catch a glimpse of the two legendaries as its revealed they had mistakenly believed the energy used to energize Pokémon in Gym Battles was the re-emergence of Eternatus, finally being able to track down the Eternal Machine and destroying it.

With the machine destroyed, Sordward & Shielbert realize they have no future where they succeed anymore and demand a battle from the player, using a force field to separate the player and the crown princes from the rest of the group with even Zacian and Zamazenta being unable to break through. Despite the two-on-one situation the player prevails, defeating the two and are eventually captured by the combined might of the people of the Galar Region. Some time passes after this as Zacian and Zamazenta return to the wild to once again hide from people until they're needed again or approached by someone strong enough for them to battle. The player is now able to challenge the league with them initially facing off against their rivals who'd all been able to qualify as well. After defeating the trio, the player goes on to face the Elite Four and finally Leon who apologizes to the player for their actions both against them and Sonia hoping that the player can show him the same strength they had when facing the crown princes.

The story ends with the player finally defeating Leon, signifying the end of the royal family's control over the Galar Region. In the epilogue it's shown that needed improvements to several of the less well-off towns and cities in the Galar Region had begun and that Bede had taken up a role as an apprentice to Opal while Marnie after having completed her initial goal returned to Spikemuth and took over the gym from her brother. Hop is shown to continue training battling against the Elite Four and his brother Leon, hoping to one day surpass him. Lastly it is shown that Sordward & Shielbert along with the rest of the royal family sign off from their family's past acknowledging the true history of the Galar Region and step down from their positions with the Chairman of the Pokémon League, Chairman Rose taking the position.

The Post-Game stories begin once the credits roll as the player wakes up in their bed the following day. After getting dressed and heading downstairs they're greeted by a mailman who drops off three letters to the player, one from the Master Dojo in the Sunter Region which asks the player if they're interested in training to new heights, one from Leon who informs the player that they're invited to a vacation in a neighbouring region and one from Sonia informing the player she's heading to a region to the South to do more research into the history of the Galar Legends. The player is free to choose which order they do the post-games in with the Sunter Region being the easiest and the Etrana Region being the hardest.

Story of Sunter

Sword Shield Mustard
The Story of the Sunter Region focuses around the player's tutelage under former Champion, Mustard who after retirement from the league runs a dojo with his wife, Honey known as the Master Dojo in the Sunter Region. Once the player arrives they learn that alongside them, Bede has also been invited to the Dojo at the behest of Opal who wants Bede to learn from her old rival. Once the player arrives they receive a starter in the form of one of the Sinnoh Starters (Turtwig, Chimchar or Piplup) and later receive a Kubfu once they reach the Master Dojo.

Throughout the plot the player contends with the main rival dojo to the Master Dojo, the Syglai Dojo run by a former student of Mustard known as Tonkatsu. Tonkatsu and Mustard once had a friendly rivalry as Dojo Masters but Tonkatsu's age and loss of his old partner Pokémon left him bitter and resentful, believing he needed to become more powerful. Every year the two dojos would send their best students to battle one another to see which dojo had become stronger, however the year that the player and Bede joined Mustard's Dojo, Tonkatsu devised and put into motion a plan to attain the legendary Pokémon Heatran to assert his Dojo's position of power, due to Tonkatsu's calm and friendly demeanour on the outside many of his students stood by him through these actions and it's only through the player, Bede, Mustard and Honey as well as the Gym Leaders of the Sunter Region that the instructors who work under Tonkatsu learned of the dangers of Heatran being awakened without proper control.

Bede's role in the plot continues where he concluded in the main plot, although free from the grip of the royal family, Opal could only take Bede so far and believes that Bede needs to through a tougher training regime find what would allow him to become the individual to become Opal's successor. Bede eventually comes to understand through meeting the various characters of the Sunter Region that he wants to make others appreciate the innate beauty of battling, this later funnels back into the main plot of the Sunter Region with Bede helping to bring back Mustard's lost enthusiasm for battle by using what he'd learned during his time at the dojo.

The plot culminates with the player and the people of the Master Dojo confronting Tonkatsu and the Syglai Dojo at Boglair Mountain the home of Heatran, after several battles, the instructors of the Syglai Dojo finally speak out against Tonkatsu and help him come to his senses. Tonkatsu realizing that like Mustard he'd lost sight of battling only seeing it as a means to power having forgotten how he and Mustard had first started their rivalry out of the appreciation of battling and improving one's self. Tonkatsu apologizes to his dojo for his actions and steps down as head of the dojo, declaring that he can no longer serve as their leader, disappearing leaving behind a note to Mustard stating that he'll return once he's regained his true appreciation for battling and thanks the Master Dojo and its students for helping him and his Dojo.

Story of Rudania

The plot in the Rudania Region centralizes around the search to access to find a Legendary Pokémon believed to reside somewhere in the Rudania Region that supposedly can befriend any Pokémon that exists. Once the player arrives in the Rudania Region, Leon explains that like with the other regions, due to recent events they can't allow the player to bring in Pokémon from the Galar Region so Leon hands the player a new starter set to choose from, in this case the Kalos Starter Pokémon (Chespin, Fennekin & Froakie). After the player has decided, Leon offers the player a battle which they accept. Shortly after the battle, Hop and Marnie arrive with Leon noting that the Rudania region is home to a number of resorts due to its more coastal environment and has many spectacles to see.

The player's journey through the region starts out simply enough with the player visiting various tourist destinations in the area, however pretty quickly, a gang of pirates who operate from a large ship off the coast known as the Hund'rbar Raiders get involved in messing with the player and co. with the group eventually finding out about their intention to acquire pieces of a treasure map said to have been kept by the powerful families in the various towns and cities of the Rudania Region that would reveal the location of a Legendary Pokémon.

During the journey, the player gets much more interactions with Leon than they do in the main game, seeing a side of him that is still guilty over his role in Sordward & Shielbert's influence over the Galar Region and his inability to face against them. Throughout the post-game's plot, Leon struggles with his role in helping a prior villainous group and standing against the Hund'rbar Raiders who repeatedly question what moral standing Leon could have. Eventually Leon learns through several characters found throughout Rudania that while he can't necessarily be immediately rid of the guilt, he can use it as a drive for positive actions and ends up significantly helping, using his contacts in the League to help in stopping the Hund'rbar Raiders.

Hop's journey in the Rudania Region, follows a new interest of Hop's having made many friends with the Pokémon he caught in the Galar Region in spite of the emotional state he was in throughout parts of it, Hop wants to pursue in completing the PokéDex to its fullest, gaining a better understanding of the Pokémon that inhabit their world, believing that through battling and the time he spends with his Pokémon he can achieve the journey he had dreamed off since he was young of what travelling with Pokémon would be like. By the end of the plot, Hop admits that the player is simply stronger than him and that he's unlikely to ever fully match the player's power and instead believes they should keep battling to learn more about their Pokémon.

Marnie's plot primarily revolves around her dealing with the aftermath of the events of the main plot, though the Royal Family had been removed from power, helping to restore some of the honour Spikemuth City had lost over the years, she still believes that there is much more she must do to help her city regrow. Throughout the journey through the Rudania Region, Marnie meets various characters in the cities and towns of the Rudania Region who provide Marnie with support and information about how they've taken care of their towns and cities over generations and some even seek new opportunities, eventually heading to Spikemuth City to help Marnie in her efforts to regrow the city to its once former glory.

Manaphy Egg
The plot eventually reaches its peak, with much of the people of Rudania, (who are notably more lax about the presence of the Hund'rbar Raiders than the player and co.) along with the player's group and League Officials confronting the Hund'rbar Raiders at Strayhaven Temple a massive underwater temple constructed as a monument to the legendary Pokémon of the oceans. Reaching the lowest chamber of the temple, the group discover an egg located deep within the temple, the player is able to successfully stop the Hund'rbar Raiders before they steal the egg, and the group are stopped and arrested by the League Officials before being handed off to the International Police. The player is permitted to keep the egg, with the League noting that they'd feared the Legendary Pokémon the Hund'rbar Raiders would find would be Kyogre but know from previous encounters with similar eggs that this is not that legendary Pokémon and wish the player luck in caring for the Pokémon that hatches from the egg.

Story of Etrana

Once the player decides to head to the Etrana Region they'll arriva via train in Brinde City meeting up with Sonia who arrived in the region to explore about possible information about Galar's history and the surrounding regions. Shortly after doing some exploring, the player and Sonia find out that Sordward & Shielbert have also come to the Etrana Region, although initially extremely suspicious as to their reason for being in the region, the twins swear to the player and Sonia that they have done away with their old ways, pointing out their change in attire to a more casual style of clothing as their change of heart. To show thanks the player actually receives their starter for this region from the crown princes, in this case the choice being between the Hoenn Starters (Treecko, Torchic & Mudkip). After choosing and having a battle with each of the twins the duo head off wishing the player and Sonia an enjoyable trek across the region.

The main plot of Etrana focuses around a cult that has made their presence known in the region following the failure of Sordward & Shielbert, this cult is shown to be an underground sect that had worked within various branches of power throughout Galar including having some ability to control the royal family through an advisory position. The cult is known as the Eternatus Cult and seeks to resurrect the legendary Pokémon believing it can bring about a new age and put their group in power. According to their grunts to do this they need to drain the power from other powerful Pokémon and so are going around the region tracking down and capturing various legendary Pokémon known as the Six Divines of Etrana which are special variants of the Pokémon; Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Raikou, Entei & Suicune found in the Etrana Region.

During the plot the player and Sonia also learn a considerable amount about Galar's past, including the original Darkest Day and how it influenced the other regions and the prosperity that came from Zacian and Zamazenta allowed the Galarian Kings to exert pressure on other regions as a result. The player also learns about various other legendary Pokémon who were involved in the Darkest Day either fighting alongside the twin Legendary Pokémon or ones that had supposedly betrayed them. The player battles Sonia several times throughout your travels as she believes that by keeping up with the player she'll be able to handle any threats like what she'd dealt with in the Galar Region.

Sordward & Shielbert although appearing only a handful of times throughout the plot are shown to be atoning for their actions during the main plot, attempting to help the people of the Etrana Region in various ways, this tends to end up being comedic due to how out of touch with regular people the twins are, however throughout the plot the twins are shown to genuinely change even helping the player and Sonia later on in the game when the Eternatus Cult threatens them.

The main plot reaches its climax after the Six Divines of Etrana are captured by teh Eternatus Cult, attempting to stop the group at the Rudite Manor, the player and Sonia are too late as the cult uses a strange machine along with the recovered skull of Eternatus and the Six Divines to re-summon the powerful legendary Pokémon. After it is summoned however a strange distortion forms around Eternatus and some of the cult members including their leader who disappear. The player and Sonia find out that Eternatus was detected immediately by an ancient spirit located in the Eternal Forest which banished it back to the time of its defeat, this Pokémon known as Calyrex is revealed to have been a secret member of the group of legendary Pokémon that stopped Eternatus long ago and used powerful sealing techniques to imprison the legendary Pokémon within its own mind.

The Etrana Region has only three Gym Leaders the player battles up to this point, each part of a family that has long taken care of the people of the Etrana Region acting in a similar position to Sordward & Shielbert although are regarded in a much more positive light due to their down to earth attitudes, the palyer and Sonia learn about Calyrex from the eldest of the three Gym Leaders who explains that Calyrex kept its existence a secret to almost everyone and only trusted the Gym Leaders' family to hold the secret throughout multiple generations.

The player, Sonia and the Gym Leaders head to the Eternal Forest where after a short scuffle with more Eternatus Cult members the group find the King's Grove a small area where they find a monument to the Pokémon, although seeking to call on Calyrex, the player is initially attacked by several wild Pokémon protecting Calyrex including Pokémon displaced by time, it is revealed after the fifth battle that the Time Travel Pokémon, Celebi was responsible for the attacks and along with Calyrex reveals itself to the player, Sonia and the Gym Leaders seeming to apologize for the attacks, the eldest Gym Leader pleads with Calyrex to send them back in time to stop the Eternatus Cult and Eternatus before it regains its true power.

Calyrex accepts the plead and using Celebi's time travel sends the group back in time, the group arrive in a far more ancient Eternal Forest where they're greeted by a man who notes he is part of the Etrana Tribes in the area and mentions that Calyrex had told him about the player and co.'s arrival. The man attempts to help the player and co. navigate the ancient Eternal Forest which is a complete maze due to the lack of any of the ancient monuments that can orientate the player. Eventually the group come across the Eternatus Leader and Eternatus itself, seeming to have been weakened by already being attacked by several other members of the Etrana Tribes.

The player battles the Cult leader defeating them, though they attempt to call upon Eternatus for power, Calyrex stops them, using its psychic energy to subdue the individual trapping them in a jail made of roots. The player goes over to confront Eternatus, the eldest Gym Leader noting that without the power it once had Eternatus is behaving like any regular Pokémon and suggests the player either capture it or defeat it noting that Calyrex will likely keep it in its dormant state if the latter. After the player makes their decision the group eventually return to the King's Grove where they bid farewell to the Etranan man who helped them and also to Calyrex and Celebi. The player and Sonia eventually return to Brinde City having completed her work Sonia intends to work on updating the history of Galar with the new information from the region, the player and Sonia have a double battle against Sordward & Shielbert who note that they're going to stay in the Etrana Region learning from the Gym Leaders on how to help the people of Galar. After this the player battles Sonia who seeks to prove her capability as a trainer to the player, after the battle, Sonia heads off ahead of the player who is stopped by a voice. Turning around they see the man from ancient past Eternal Forest, he notes that he couldn't reveal it at the time however reveals to the player that he is the leader of the Etranan Tribes from the ancient past and how him and Calyrex had been ancient companions since his youth, the Etranan Leader asks the player to battle them and the player accepts, finishing the post-game by defeating him, as the Etranan Leader thanks the player for the hearty battle he wonders if the player will find his friends hidden across the region.


PokéDex List

Galar Dex

Pokémon Species Type/s
Grookey 001 (816) Chimp Grass
Thwackey 002 (817) Beat Grass
Rillaboom 003 (818) Drummer Grass
Scorbunny 004 (819) Rabbit Fire
Raboot 005 (820) Rabbit Fire
Cinderace 006 (821) Striker Fire
Sobble 007 (822) Water Lizard Water
Drizzile 008 (823) Water Lizard Water
Inteleon 009 (824) Water Lizard Water
Grubbin 010 (736) Larva Bug
Charjabug 011 (737) Battery Bug Electric
Vikavolt 012 (738) Stag Beetle Bug Electric
Rookidee 013 (825) Tiny Bird Flying
Corvisquire 014 (826) Raven Flying
Corviknight 015 (827) Raven Flying Steel
Skwovet 016 (828) Cheeky Normal
Greedent 017 (829) Greedy Normal
Wooloo 018 (830) Sheep Normal
Dubwool 019 (831) Sheep Normal
Wuldaram 020 (832) Ram Normal Fighting
Nawaillow 021 (833) Nurture Normal Psychic
Mudbray 022 (749) Donkey Ground
Mudsdale 023 (750) Draft Horse Ground
Ralts 024 (280) Feeling Psychic Fairy
Kirlia 025 (281) Emotion Psychic Fairy
Gardevoir 026 (282) Embrace Psychic Fairy
Gallade 027 (475) Blade Psychic Fighting
Applin 028 (834) Apple Core Grass Dragon
Flapple 029 (835) Apple Wing Grass Dragon
Gildelcid 030 (836) Golden Apple Grass Dragon
Appletun 031 (837) Apple Nectar Grass Dragon
Hokumton 032 (838) Grand Apple Grass Dragon
Blipbug 033 (839) Larva Bug
Dottler 034 (840) Radome Bug Psychic
Orbeetle 035 (841) Seven Spot Bug Psychic
Tristoodle 036 (842) Invasive Bug Ghost
Caterpie 037 (010) Worm Bug
Metapod 038 (011) Cocoon Bug
Butterfree 039 (012) Butterfly Bug Flying
Hoothoot 040 (163) Owl Normal Flying
Noctowl 041 (164) Owl Normal Flying
Pidove 042 (519) Tiny Pigeon Normal Flying
Tranquill 043 (520) Wild Pigeon Normal Flying
Unfezant 044 (521) Proud Normal Flying
Nickit 045 (843) Fox Dark
Thievul 046 (844) Fox Dark
Budew 047 (406) Bud Grass Poison
Roselia 048 (315) Thorn Grass Poison
Roserade 049 (407) Bouquet Grass Poison
Celarosau 050 (845) Metallic Petal Grass Steel
Peatella 051 (846) Single Pea Grass
Lathystem 052 (847) Pea Pod Grass
Gossifleur 053 (848) Flowering Grass
Eldegoss 054 (849) Cotton Bloom Grass
Chewtle 055 (850) Snapping Water
Drednaw 056 (851) Bite Water Rock
Tortaicate 057 (852) Lockjaw Water Rock
Magikarp 058 (129) Fish Water
Gyarados 059 (130) Atrocious Water Flying
Goldeen 060 (118) Goldfish Water
Seaking 061 (119) Goldfish Water
Shellos 062 (422) Sea Slug Water
Gastrodon 063 (423) Sea Slug Water Ground
Delibird 064 (225) Delivery Ice Flying
Wingull 065 (278) Seagull Water Flying
Pelipper 066 (279) Water Bird Water Flying
Krabby 067 (098) River Crab Water
Kingler 068 (099) Pincer Water
Remoraid 069 (223) Jet Water
Octillery 070 (224) Jet Water
Shellder 071 (090) Bivalve Water
Cloyster 072 (091) Cloyster Water Ice
Pyukumuku 073 (772) Sea Cucumber Water
Owaliwalia 074 (773) Sea Cucumber Water
Chinchou 075 (170) Angler Water Electric
Lanturn 076 (171) Light Water Electric
Shuckle 077 (213) Mold Bug Rock
Wimpod 078 (768) Turn Tail Bug Water
Golisopod 079 (769) Hard Scale Bug Water
Binacle 080 (688) Two-Handed Rock Water
Barbaracle 081 (689) Collective Rock Water
Mantyke 082 (458) Kite Water Flying
Mantine 083 (226) Kite Water Flying
Purrloin 084 (509) Devious Dark
Liepard 085 (510) Cruel Dark
Minccino 086 (572) Chinchilla Normal
Cinccino 087 (573) Scarf Normal
Cufant 088 (853) Copperderm Steel
Copperajah 089 (854) Copperderm Steel
Seedot 090 (273) Acorn Grass
Nuzleaf 091 (274) Wily Grass Dark
Shiftry 092 (275) Wicked Grass Dark
Bounsweet 093 (761) Fruit Grass
Steenee 094 (762) Fruit Grass
Tsareena 095 (763) Fruit Grass
Oddish 096 (043) Weed Grass Poison
Gloom 097 (044) Weed Grass Poison
Vileplume 098 (045) Flower Grass Poison
Bellossom 099 (182) Flower Grass
Nincada 100 (290) Trainee Bug Ground
Ninjask 101 (291) Ninja Bug Flying
Shedinja 102 (292) Shed Bug Ghost
Farfetch'd 103 (083) Wild Duck Fighting
Sirfetch'd 104 (855) Wild Duck Fighting
Cottonee 105 (546) Cotton Puff Grass Fairy
Whimsicott 106 (547) Windveiled Grass Fairy
Corphish 107 (341) Ruffian Water
Crawdaunt 108 (342) Rogue Water Dark
Ocuscular 109 (856) Crayfish Water
Craywave 110 (857) Crayfish Water
Wishiwashi 111 (746) Small Fry Water
Barboach 112 (339) Whiskers Water Ground
Whiscash 113 (340) Whiskers Water Ground
Munna 114 (517) Dream Eater Psychic
Musharna 115 (518) Drowsing Psychic
Klink 116 (599) Gear Steel
Klang 117 (600) Gear Steel
Klinklang 118 (601) Gear Steel
Bronzor 119 (436) Bronze Steel Psychic
Bronzong 120 (437) Bronze Bell Steel Psychic
Stunky 121 (434) Skunk Poison Dark
Skuntank 122 (435) Skunk Poison Dark
Machop 123 (066) Superpower Fighting
Machoke 124 (067) Superpower Fighting
Machamp 125 (068) Superpower Fighting
Diggrator 126 (858) Digging Ground
Graverbe 127 (859) Excavator Ground
Rolycoly 128 (860) Coal Rock
Carkol 129 (861) Coal Rock Fire
Coalossal 130 (862) Coal Rock Fire
Diglett 131 (050) Mole Ground
Dugtrio 132 (051) Mole Ground
Dacomotor 133 (863) Peppy Electric
Synclator 134 (864) High Energy Electric Rock
Phasivoltor 135 (865) High Energy Electric Rock
Yamper 136 (866) Puppy Electric
Boltund 137 (867) Racing Dog Electric
Statheruff 138 (868) Herding Dog Electric Fairy
Mastimesa 139 (869) Powerful Dog Electric Ground
Electrike 140 (309) Lightning Electric
Manectric 141 (310) Discharge Electric
Growlithe 142 (058) Puppy Fire
Arcanine 143 (059) Legendary Fire
Trubbish 144 (568) Trash Bag Poison
Garbodor 145 (569) Trash Heap Poison
Arhrorn 146 (870) Hunter Fighting
Huntrabrush 147 (871) Hunter Fighting Ghost
Combee 148 (415) Tiny Bee Bug Flying
Vespiquen 149 (416) Beehive Bug Flying
Cherubi 150 (420) Cherry Grass
Cherrim 151 (421) Blossom Grass
Sizzlipede 152 (872) Radiator Fire Bug
Centiskorch 153 (873) Radiator Fire Bug
Espurr 154 (677) Restraint Psychic
Meowstic 155 (678) Constraint Psychic
Calcelavee 156 (873) Foul Poison
Nuckevile 157 (874) Vile Poison
Bonsly 158 (438) Bonsai Rock
Sudowoodo 159 (185) Imitation Rock
Mimikyu 160 (782) Disguise Ghost Fairy
Dankeyu 161 (783) Disguise Ghost Fairy
Morelull 162 (755) Illuminating Grass Fairy
Shiinotic 163 (756) Illuminating Grass Fairy
Vulpix 164 (037) Fox Fire
Ninetales 165 (038) Fox Fire
Pumpkaboo 166 (710) Pumpkin Ghost Grass
Gourgeist 167 (711) Pumpkin Ghost Grass
Pandula 168 (875) Cub Grass
Lavenbear 169 (876) Aromatic Grass Fighting
Impidimp 170 (877) Wily Dark Fairy
Morgrem 171 (878) Devious Dark Fairy
Grimmsnarl 172 (879) Bulk Up Dark Fairy
Hatenna 173 (880) Calm Psychic
Hattrem 174 (881) Serene Psychic
Hatterene 175 (882) Silent Psychic Fairy
Ponyta 176 (077) Unique Horn Psychic
Rapidash 177 (078) Unique Horn Psychic Fairy
Phantump 178 (708) Stump Ghost Grass
Trevenant 179 (709) Elder Tree Ghost Grass
Oranguru 180 (766) Sage Normal Psychic
Passimian 181 (767) Teamwork Fighting
Lotad 182 (270) Water Weed Water Grass
Lombre 183 (271) Jolly Water Grass
Ludicolo 184 (272) Carefree Water Grass
Wooper 185 (194) Water Fish Water Ground
Quagsire 186 (195) Water Fish Water Ground
Tympole 187 (535) Tadpole Water
Palpitoad 188 (536) Vibration Water Ground
Seismitoad 189 (537) Vibration Water Ground
Feebas 190 (349) Fish Water
Milotic 191 (350) Tender Water
Dewpider 192 (751) Water Bubble Water Bug
Araquanid 193 (752) Water Bubble Water Bug
Stunfisk 194 (618) Trap Ground Steel
Goomy 195 (704) Soft Tissue Dragon
Sliggoo 196 (705) Soft Tissue Dragon
Goodra 197 (706) Dragon Dragon
Stufful 198 (759) Flailing Normal Fighting
Bewear 199 (760) Strong Arm Normal Fighting
Agitacub 200 (883) Badger Dark
Dagradger 201 (884) Badger Dark
Psyoshe 202 (885) Third Eye Psychic
Pulsavole 203 (886) Future Sight Psychic
Snover 204 (459) Frost Tree Grass Ice
Abomasnow 205 (460) Frost Tree Grass Ice
Pancham 206 (674) Playful Fighting
Pangoro 207 (675) Daunting Fighting Dark
Duskull 208 (355) Requiem Ghost
Dusclops 209 (356) Beckon Ghost
Dusknoir 210 (477) Gripper Ghost
Woobat 211 (527) Bat Psychic Flying
Swoobat 212 (528) Courting Psychic Flying
Swirlix 213 (684) Cotton Candy Fairy
Slurpuff 214 (685) Meringue Fairy
Macacreme 215 (887) Macaron Fairy
Joltik 216 (595) Attaching Bug Electric
Galvantula 217 (596) EleSpider Bug Electric
Drilbur 218 (529) Mole Ground
Excadrill 219 (530) Subterrene Ground Steel
Roggenrola 220 (524) Mantle Rock
Boldore 221 (525) Ore Rock
Gigalith 222 (526) Compressed Rock
Pawniard 223 (624) Sharp Blade Dark Steel
Bisharp 224 (625) Sword Blade Dark Steel
Thodornli 225 (888) Runic Poison Ground
Terearitt 226 (889) Runic Poison Ground
Rhyhorn 227 (111) Spikes Ground Rock
Rhydon 228 (112) Drill Ground Rock
Rhyperior 229 (464) Drill Ground Rock
Torkoal 230 (324) Coal Fire
Scraggy 231 (559) Shedding Dark Fighting
Scrafty 232 (560) Hoodlum Dark Fighting
Salandit 233 (757) Toxic Lizard Poison Fire
Salazzle 234 (758) Toxic Lizard Poison Fire
Skorupi 235 (451) Scorpion Poison Bug
Drapion 236 (452) Ogre Scorpion Poison Dark
Maractus 237 (556) Cactus Grass
Hippopotas 238 (449) Hippo Ground
Hippowdon 239 (450) Heavyweight Ground
Trapinch 240 (328) Ant Pit Ground
Vibrava 241 (329) Vibration Ground Dragon
Flygon 242 (330) Mystic Ground Dragon
Baltoy 243 (343) Clay Doll Ground Psychic
Claydol 244 (345) Clay Doll Ground Psychic
Golett 245 (622) Automaton Ground Ghost
Golurk 246 (623) Automaton Ground Ghost
Sigilyph 247 (561) Avianoid Psychic Flying
Silicobra 248 (890) Sand Snake Ground
Sandaconda 249 (891) Sand Snake Ground
Cubrass 250 (892) Playful Ground
Leostronal 251 (893) Pride Ground
Pagardlion 252 (894) Pride Ground Psychic
Domural 253 (895) Spirit Needle Psychic
Temavilion 254 (896) Spirit Weaver Psychic Ghost
Yamask 255 (562) Spirit Ground Ghost
Runerigus 256 (897) Grudge Ground Ghost
Cofagrigus 257 (563) Coffin Ghost
Honedge 258 (679) Sword Steel Ghost
Doublade 259 (680) Sword Steel Ghost
Aegislash 260 (681) Royal Sword Steel Ghost
Warallore 261 (898) Protector Fairy Steel
Fortiadow 262 (899) Protector Fairy Steel
Sinistea 263 (900) Black Tea Ghost
Polteageist 264 (901) Black Tea Ghost
Bunnelby 265 (659) Digging Normal
Diggersby 266 (660) Digging Normal Ground
Natu 267 (177) Tiny Bird Psychic Flying
Xatu 268 (178) Mystic Psychic Flying
Timburr 269 (532) Muscular Fighting
Gurdurr 270 (533) Muscular Fighting
Conkeldurr 271 (534) Muscular Fighting
Spritzee 272 (682) Perfume Fairy
Aromatisse 273 (683) Fragrance Fairy
Croagunk 274 (453) Toxic Mouth Poison Fighting
Toxicroak 275 (454) Toxic Mouth Poison Fighting
Dwebble 276 (557) Rock Inn Bug Rock
Crustle 277 (558) Stone Home Bug Rock
Helioptile 278 (694) Generator Electric Normal
Heliolisk 279 (695) Generator Electric Normal
Jangmo-o 280 (788) Scaly Dragon
Hakamo-o 281 (789) Scaly Dragon Fighting
Kommo-o 282 (790) Scaly Dragon Fighting
Puffabub 283 (902) Bubble Coat Water
Bublsya 284 (903) Bubble Coat Water
Hydroffin 285 (904) Ocean Coat Water
Drifloon 286 (425) Balloon Ghost Flying
Drifblim 287 (426) Blimp Ghost Flying
Pichu 288 (172) Tiny Mouse Electric
Pikachu 289 (025) Mouse Electric
Raichu 290 (026) Mouse Electric
Munchlax 291 (446) Big Eater Normal
Snorlax 292 (143) Sleeping Normal
Togepi 293 (175) Spike Ball Fairy
Togetic 294 (176) Happiness Fairy Flying
Togekiss 295 (468) Jubilee Fairy Flying
Riolu 296 (447) Emanation Fighting
Lucario 297 (448) Aura Fighting Steel
Chaini 298 (905) Kinship Fighting
Falinks 299 (906) Formation Fighting
Araclash 300 (907) One-Man Army Fighting Steel
Gladigonix 301 (908) Formation Fighting
Drampa 302 (786) Placid Normal Dragon
Zhularate 303 (909) Elegance Normal Dragon
Turtonator 304 (780) Blast Turtle Fire Dragon
Stonjourner 305 (910) Big Rock Rock
Noibat 306 (714) Sound Wave Flying Dragon
Noivern 307 (715) Sound Wave Flying Dragon
Throh 308 (538) Judo Fighting
Sawk 309 (539) Karate Fighting
Koffing 310 (109) Poison Gas Poison
Weezing 311 (110) Poison Gas Poison Fairy
Durant 312 (632) Iron Ant Bug Steel
Heatmor 313 (631) Anteater Fire
Darumaka 314 (554) Zen Charm Ice
Darmanitan 315 (555) Zen Charm Ice
Cuirovei 316 (911) Alloy Steel
Auragvei 317 (912) Alloy Steel
Duraludon 318 (913) Alloy Steel Dragon
Fiercline 319 (914) Feline Normal Fighting
Wilazor 320 (915) Sharp Claw Normal Fighting
Larvitar 321 (246) Rock Skin Rock Ground
Pupitar 322 (247) Hard Shell Rock Ground
Tyranitar 323 (248) Armor Rock Dark
Onix 324 (095) Rock Snake Rock Ground
Steelix 325 (208) Iron Snake Steel Ground
Wynaut 326 (360) Bright Psychic
Wobbuffet 327 (202) Patient Psychic
Chikawyrm 328 (916) Feathered Dragon
Cluckalisk 329 (917) Basilisk Dragon
Sableye 330 (302) Darkness Dark Ghost
Mawile 331 (303) Deceiver Steel Fairy
Axew 332 (610) Tusk Dragon
Fraxure 333 (611) Axe Jaw Dragon
Haxorus 334 (612) Axe Jaw Dragon
Lunatone 335 (337) Meteorite Rock Psychic
Solrock 336 (338) Meteorite Rock Psychic
Milcery 337 (918) Cream Fairy
Alcremie 338 (919) Cream Fairy
Desterifle 339 (920) Dessert Fairy Fire
Ditto 340 (132) Transform Normal
Rufflet 341 (627) Eaglet Normal Flying
Braviary 342 (628) Valiant Normal Flying
Vullaby 343 (629) Diapered Dark Flying
Mandibuzz 344 (630) Bone Vulture Dark Flying
Bocoo 345 (921) Baby Cow Normal
Bovalach 346 (922) Herd Normal
Mime Jr. 347 (439) Mime Psychic Fairy
Mr. Mime 348 (122) Dancing Ice Psychic
Mr. Rime 349 (923) Comedian Ice Psychic
Cleffa 350 (173) Star Shape Fairy
Clefairy 351 (035) Fairy Fairy
Clefable 352 (036) Fairy Fairy
Elgyem 353 (605) Cerebral Psychic
Beheeyem 354 (606) Cerebral Psychic
Huwhells 355 (924) Wonderworld Psychic
Cubchoo 356 (613) Chill Ice
Beartic 357 (614) Freezing Ice
Sneasel 358 (215) Sharp Claw Dark Ice
Weavile 359 (461) Sharp Claw Dark Ice
Hawlucha 360 (701) Wrestling Fighting Flying
Bergmite 361 (712) Ice Chunk Ice
Avalugg 362 (713) Iceberg Ice
Snoreche 363 (925) Penguin Ice
Eiscue 364 (926) Penguin Ice
Celsihopper 365 (927) Sub-Zero Ice Water
Cutiefly 366 (742) Bee Fly Bug Fairy
Ribombee 367 (743) Bee Fly Bug Fairy
Eevee 368 (133) Evolution Normal
Vaporeon 369 (134) Bubble Jet Water
Jolteon 370 (135) Lightning Electric
Flareon 371 (136) Flame Fire
Espeon 372 (196) Sun Psychic
Umbreon 373 (197) Moonlight Dark
Leafeon 374 (470) Verdant Grass
Glaceon 375 (471) Fresh Snow Ice
Sylveon 376 (700) Intertwining Fairy
Thoreon 377 (928) Locust Bug
Karrablast 378 (588) Clamping Bug
Escavalier 379 (589) Cavalry Bug Steel
Mitacia 380 (929) Beetle Bug
Vulgreetle 381 (930) Poison Dust Bug Poison
Shelmet 382 (616) Snail Bug
Accelgor 383 (617) Shell Out Bug
Snom 384 (931) Worm Ice Bug
Frosmoth 385 (932) Frost Moth Ice Bug
Bergtosk 386 (933) Frost Moth Ice Bug
Ilebud 387 (934) Berry Grass
Holleaf 388 (935) Holly Branch Grass
Blossifolium 389 (936) Holly Tree Grass Fairy
Dreepy 390 (937) Lingering Dragon Ghost
Drakloak 391 (938) Caretaker Dragon Ghost
Dragapult 392 (939) Stealth Dragon Ghost
Corsola 393 (222) Coral Ghost
Cursola 394 (940) Coral Ghost
Inkay 395 (686) Revolving Dark Psychic
Malamar 396 (687) Overturning Dark Psychic
Mareanie 397 (747) Brutal Star Poison Water
Toxapex 398 (748) Brutal Star Poison Water
Clobbopus 399 (941) Tantrum Fighting
Grapploct 400 (942) Jujitsu Fighting
Lunujudo 401 (943) Jujitsu Fighting Water
Pincurchin 402 (944) Sea Urchin Electric
Thundreefle 403 (945) Sea Urchin Electric
Thermoid 404 (946) Sea Entity Fire
Volcazoic 405 (947) Sea Entity Fire
Munshyll 406 (948) Jellyfish Water Fairy
Jelluna 407 (949) Lunar Water Fairy
Cubliath 408 (950) Seal Pup Water
Glesealt 409 (951) Speckled Water
Frillish 410 (592) Floating Water Ghost
Jellicent 411 (593) Floating Water Ghost
Wailmer 412 (320) Ball Whale Water
Wailord 413 (321) Float Whale Water
Fiddalax 414 (952) Fry Water
Dicellarchus 415 (953) Bass Water
Bassentrar 416 (954) Big Fin Water
Dhelmise 417 (787) Sea Creeper Ghost Grass
Zigzagoon 418 (263) Tiny Raccoon Dark Normal
Linoone 419 (264) Rushing Dark Normal
Obstagoon 420 (955) Blocking Dark Normal
Gastly 421 (092) Gas Ghost Poison
Haunter 422 (093) Gas Ghost Poison
Gengar 423 (094) Shadow Ghost Poison
Gothita 424 (574) Fixation Psychic
Gothorita 425 (575) Manipulate Psychic
Gothitelle 426 (576) Astral Body Psychic
Solosis 427 (577) Cell Psychic
Duosion 428 (578) Mitosis Psychic
Reuniclus 429 (579) Multiplying Psychic
Indeedee 430 (956) Emotion Psychic Normal
Tinilida 431 (957) Worm Rock
Anarthyrm 432 (958) Earthquake Rock Dragon
Tyrogue 433 (236) Scuffle Fighting
Hitmonlee 434 (106) Kicking Fighting
Hitmonchan 435 (107) Punching Fighting
Hitmontop 436 (237) Handstand Fighting
Hitmonchi 437 (959) Martial Arts Fighting
Meowth 438 (052) Scratch Cat Steel
Perrserker 439 (960) Viking Steel
Persian 440 (053) Classy Cat Normal
Chinax 441 (961) Curious Fairy
Plumaruff 442 (962) Plumage Fairy Flying
Ruffulage 443 (963) Plumage Fairy Flying
Ermini 444 (964) Stoat Normal
Mustellash 445 (965) Alert Normal
Ferroseed 446 (597) Thorn Seed Grass Steel
Ferrothorn 447 (598) Thorn Pod Grass Steel
Toxel 448 (966) Baby Electric Poison
Toxtricity 449 (967) Punk Electric Poison
Morpeko 450 (968) Two-Sided Electric Dark
Thundritohm 451 (969) Thunderstorm Electric Dark
Togedemaru 452 (781) Roly-Poly Electric Steel
Basculin 453 (550) Hostile Water
Arrokuda 454 (970) Rush Water
Barraskewda 455 (971) Skewer Water
Qwilfish 456 (211) Balloon Water Poison
Herkerel 457 (972) Mackerel Water
Crowkerel 458 (973) Mackerel Water
Dagafish 459 (974) Sharp Nose Water
Klahymfish 460 (975) Swordfish Water Steel
Ghaeggle 461 (976) Gulp Flying Water
Cramorant 462 (977) Gulp Flying Water
Albagulp 463 (978) Albatross Flying Water
Vanillite 464 (582) Fresh Snow Ice
Vanillish 465 (583) Icy Snow Ice
Vanilluxe 466 (584) Snowstorm Ice
Swinub 467 (220) Pig Ice Ground
Piloswine 468 (221) Swine Ice Ground
Mamoswine 469 (473) Twin Tusk Ice Ground
Snorunt 470 (361) Snow Hat Ice
Glalie 471 (362) Face Ice
Froslass 472 (478) Snow Land Ice Ghost
Litwick 473 (607) Candle Ghost Fire
Lampent 474 (608) Lamp Ghost Fire
Chandelure 475 (609) Luring Ghost Fire
Deino 476 (633) Irate Dark Dragon
Zweilous 477 (634) Hostile Dark Dragon
Hydreigon 478 (635) Brutal Dark Dragon
Type: Null 479 (774) Synthetic Normal
Silvally 480 (775) Synthetic Normal
Bulbasaur 481 (001) Seed Grass Poison
Ivysaur 482 (002) Seed Grass Poison
Venusaur 483 (003) Seed Grass Poison
Charmander 484 (004) Lizard Fire
Charmeleon 485 (005) Flame Fire
Charizard 486 (006) Flame Fire Flying
Squirtle 487 (007) Tiny Turtle Water
Wartortle 488 (008) Turtle Water
Blastoise 489 (009) Shellfish Water
Lapras 490 (131) Transport Water Ice
Eotyspark 491 (979) Sunny Feather Electric
Tyranuvolt 492 (980) Sun Chaser Electric Flying
Dracotruss 493 (981) Spine-Back Dragon
Tarracture 494 (982) Millenia Spikes Dragon Fighting
Arctodeir 495 (983) Sea Hunter Ice
Freezilich 496 (984) Apex Predator Ice Ghost
Liosces 497 (985) Marine Water
Pleurovish 498 (986) Deep Sea Water Dark
Lumibollard 499 (987) Will-o'-the-Wisp Ghost Fairy
Compatrinum 500 (988) Strong Bonds Normal
Exmplar 501 (989) Psionic Guard Steel Psychic
Shuckadin 502 (990) Beastly Guard Steel Fire
Kniulver 503 (991) Lone Guard Steel Fighting
Ghillimoss 504 (992) Forest Guardian Grass
Thairee 505 (993) Forest Guardian Grass
Uxie 506 (480) Foul Wyrm Dragon Poison
Knuckerwell 507 (994) Fluidic Wyrm Dragon Water
Zacian 508 (995) Warrior Fairy Steel
Zamazenta 509 (996) Warrior Fighitng Steel

Sunter Dex

Pokémon Species Type/s
Turtwig 001 (387) Tiny Leaf Grass
Grotle 002 (388) Grove Grass
Torterra 003 (389) Continent Grass Ground
Chimchar 004 (390) Chimp Fire
Monferno 005 (391) Playful Fire Fighting
Infernape 006 (392) Flame Fire Fighting
Piplup 007 (393) Penguin Water
Prinplup 008 (394) Penguin Water
Empoleon 009 (395) Emperor Water Steel
Kubfu 010 (997) Wushu Fighting
Urshifu 011 (998) Wushu Fighting Dark
Fighting Water
Swinub 012 (220) Pig Ice Ground
Piloswine 013 (221) Swine Ice Ground
Mamoswine 014 (473) Twin Tusk Ice Ground
Snover 015 (459) Frost Tree Grass Ice
Abomasnow 016 (460) Frost Tree Grass Ice
Meditite 017 (307) Meditate Fighting Psychic
Medicham 018 (308) Meditate Fighting Psychic
Cubchoo 019 (613) Chill Ice
Beartic 020 (614) Freezing Ice
Zorua 021 (570) Tricky Fox Dark
Zoroark 022 (571) Illusion Fox Dark
Seedot 023 (273) Acorn Grass
Nuzleaf 024 (274) Wily Grass Dark
Shiftry 025 (275) Wicked Grass Dark
Phantump 026 (708) Stump Grass Ghost
Trevenant 027 (709) Elder Tree Grass Ghost
Vanillite 028 (582) Fresh Snow Ice
Vanillish 029 (583) Icy Snow Ice
Vanilluxe 030 (584) Snowstorm Ice
Cherubi 031 (420) Cherry Grass
Cherrim 032 (421) Blossom Grass
Nuhorn 033 (999) One Horn Fairy
Spikyld 034 (1000) Thorn Crown Fairy Fire
Chavenstor 035 (1001) Devilish Fairy Fire
Roggenrola 036 (524) Mantle Rock
Boldore 037 (525) Ore Rock
Gigalith 038 (526) Compressed Rock
Phanpy 039 (231) Long Nose Ground
Donphan 040 (232) Armor Ground
Elgyem 041 (605) Cerebral Psychic
Beheeyem 042 (606) Cerebral Psychic
Huwhells 043 (924) Wonderworld Psychic
Abra 044 (063) Psi Psychic
Kadabra 045 (064) Psi Psychic
Alakazam 046 (065) Psi Psychic
Natu 047 (177) Body Pattern Psychic Grass
Xatu 048 (178) Body Pattern Psychic Grass
Geodude 049 (074) Rock Rock Electric
Graveler 050 (075) Rock Rock Electric
Golem 051 (076) Megaton Rock Electric
Yanma 052 (193) Clear Wing Bug Flying
Yanmega 053 (469) Ogre Darner Bug Flying
Minior 054 (776) Meteor Rock Flying
Micriome 055 (777) Micro-Biome Rock Grass
Rockruff 056 (744) Puppy Rock
Lycanroc 057 (745) Wolf Rock
Ponyta 058 (077) Unique Horn Psychic
Rapidash 059 (078) Unique Horn Psychic Fairy
Sneasel 060 (215) Sharp Claw Dark Ice
Weavile 061 (461) Sharp Claw Dark Ice
Cryogonal 062 (615) Crystallizing Ice
Snoreche 063 (925) Penguin Ice
Eiscue 064 (926) Penguin Ice
Celsihopper 065 (927) Sub-Zero Ice Water
Smoochum 066 (238) Kiss Ice Psychic
Jynx 067 (124) Human Shape Ice Psychic
Banelodee 068 (1002) Snow Spirit Ice Psychic
Caliceite 069 (1003) Ice Age Ice
Skulzen 070 (1004) Ice Age Ice
Glaciaurus 071 (1005) Cold-Blood Ice Dragon
Grimer 072 (088) Sludge Ice Poison
Muk 073 (089) Sludge Ice Poison
Croagunk 074 (453) Toxic Mouth Poison Fighting
Toxicroak 075 (454) Toxic Mouth Poison Fighting
Sandshrew 076 (027) Mouse Ice Steel
Sandslash 077 (028) Mouse Ice Steel
Crabrawler 078 (739) Boxing Fighting
Crabominable 079 (740) Woolly Crab Fighting Ice
Whilranid 080 (1006) Little Spider Bug Ground
Cartokanid 081 (1007) Acrobatic Bug Ground
Vulpix 082 (037) Snow Fox Ice
Ninetales 083 (038) Snow Fox Ice Fairy
Seel 084 (086) Sea Lion Water
Dewgong 085 (087) Sea Lion Water Ice
Spheal 086 (363) Clap Ice Water
Sealeo 087 (364) Ball Roll Ice Water
Walrein 088 (365) Ice Break Ice Water
Snorunt 089 (361) Snow Hat Ice
Glalie 090 (362) Face Ice
Froslass 091 (478) Snow Land Ice Ghost
Bidoof 092 (399) Plump Mouse Normal
Bibarel 093 (400) Beaver Normal Water
Sentret 094 (161) Scout Normal
Furret 095 (162) Long Body Normal
Furfrou 096 (676) Poodle Normal
Pefrifrou 097 (1008) Pedigree Normal
Mudbray 098 (749) Donkey Ground
Mudsdale 099 (750) Draft Horse Ground
Spoink 100 (325) Bounce Psychic
Grumpig 101 (326) Manipulate Psychic
Hatenna 102 (880) Calm Psychic
Hattrem 103 (881) Serene Psychic
Hatterene 104 (882) Silent Psychic Flying
Gothita 105 (574) Fixation Psychic
Gothorita 106 (575) Manipulate Psychic
Gothitelle 107 (576) Astral Body Psychic
Burmy 108 (412) Bagworm Bug
Wormadam 109 (413) Bagworm Bug Grass
Bug Ground
Bug Steel
Mothim 110 (414) Moth Bug Flying
Heracross 111 (214) Single Horn Bug Fighting
Espurr 112 (677) Restraint Fighting
Meowstic 113 (678) Constraint Fighting
Yamask 114 (562) Spirit Ground Ghost
Runerigus 115 (897) Grudge Ground Ghost
Baltoy 116 (343) Clay Doll Ground Psychic
Claydol 117 (344) Clay Doll Ground Psychic
Woobat 118 (527) Bat Psychic Flying
Swoobat 119 (528) Courting Psychic Flying
Sinistea 120 (900) Black Tea Ghost
Polteageist 121 (901) Black Tea Ghost
Halmet 122 (1009) Armor Steel Ghost
Dafenmor 123 (1010) Armor Steel Ghost
Helioptile 124 (694) Generator Electric Normal
Heliolisk 125 (695) Generator Electric Normal
Trapinch 126 (328) Ant Pit Ground
Vibrava 127 (329) Vibration Ground Dragon
Flygon 128 (330) Mystic Ground Dragon
Sandile 129 (551) Desert Croc Ground Dark
Krokorok 130 (552) Desert Croc Ground Dark
Krookodile 131 (553) Intimidation Ground Dark
Hippopotas 132 (449) Hippo Ground
Hippowdon 133 (450) Heavyweight Ground
Darumaka 134 (554) Zen Charm Fire
Darmanitan 135 (555) Blazing Fire
Wingull 136 (278) Seagull Water Flying
Pelipper 137 (279) Water Bird Water Flying
Slowpoke 138 (079) Dopey Psychic
Slowbro 139 (080) Hermit Crab Poison Psychic
Slowking 140 (199) Royal Ghost Psychic
Shellder 141 (090) Bivalve Water
Cloyster 142 (091) Bivalve Water Ice
Mareanie 143 (747) Brutal Star Poison Water
Toxapex 144 (748) Brutal Star Poison Water
Juddiroc 145 (1011) Mountain Climb Rock
Lotaliff 146 (1012) Mountain Climb Rock
Skiddo 147 (672) Mount Grass
Gogoat 148 (673) Mount Grass
Wooloo 149 (830) Sheep Normal
Dubwool 150 (831) Sheep Normal
Wuldaram 151 (832) Ram Normal Fighting
Nawaillow 152 (833) Nurture Normal Psychic
Nidoran F 153 (029) Communication Psychic
Nidorina 154 (030) Protective Psychic Poison
Nidoqueen 155 (031) Protective Psychic Poison
Nidoran M 156 (032) Communication Psychic
Nidorino 157 (033) Protective Psychic Poison
Nidoking 158 (034) Protective Psychic Poison
Litleo 159 (667) Lion Cub Fire Normal
Pyroar 160 (668) Royal Fire Normal
Rhyhorn 161 (111) Spikes Ground Rock
Rhydon 162 (112) Drill Ground Rock
Rhyperior 163 (113) Drill Ground Rock
Mareep 164 (179) Wool Electric
Flaaffy 165 (180) Wool Electric
Ampharos 166 (181) Light Electric
Yamper 167 (866) Puppy Electric
Boltund 168 (867) Racing Dog Electric
Statheruff 169 (868) Herding Dog Electric Fairy
Mastimesa 170 (869) Powerful Dog Electric Ground
Lizcarnon 171 (1013) Frilled Ground
Kricketot 172 (401) Cricket Bug
Kricketune 173 (402) Cricket Bug
Ralts 174 (280) Feeling Psychic Fairy
Kirlia 175 (281) Emotion Psychic Fairy
Gardevoir 176 (282) Embrace Psychic Fairy
Gallade 177 (283) Blade Psychic Fighting
Petilil 178 (548) Bulb Grass
Lilligant 179 (549) Flowering Grass
Cottonee 180 (546) Cotton Puff Grass Fairy
Whimsicott 181 (547) Windveiled Grass Fairy
Bellsprout 182 (069) Flower Grass Poison
Weepinbell 183 (070) Flycatcher Grass Poison
Victreebel 184 (071) Flycatcher Grass Poison
Magikarp 185 (129) Fish Water
Gyarados 186 (130) Atrocious Water Flying
Horsea 187 (116) Dragon Water
Seadra 188 (117) Dragon Water
Kingdra 189 (230) Dragon Water Dragon
Barboach 190 (339) Whiskers Water Ground
Whiscash 191 (340) Whiskers Water Ground
Clauncher 192 (692) Water Gun Water
Clawitzer 193 (693) Howitzer Water
Skrelp 194 (690) Mock Kelp Poison Water
Dragalge 195 (691) Mock Kelp Poison Dragon
Paras 196 (046) Mushroom Bug Grass
Parasect 197 (047) Mushroom Bug Grass
Foongus 198 (590) Mushroom Grass Poison
Amoonguss 199 (591) Mushroom Grass Poison
Shroomish 200 (285) Mushroom Grass
Breloom 201 (286) Mushroom Grass Fighting
Morelull 202 (755) Illuminating Grass Fairy
Shiinotic 203 (756) Illuminating Grass Fairy
Brewder 204 (1014) Cauldron Bug Poison
Wealdrun 205 (1015) Witchcraft Bug Poison
Lillipup 206 (506) Puppy Normal
Herdier 207 (507) Loyal Dog Normal
Stoutland 208 (508) Big-Hearted Normal
Zubat 209 (041) Bat Poison Flying
Golbat 210 (042) Bat Poison Flying
Crobat 211 (169) Bat Poison Flying
Bonsly 212 (438) Bonsai Rock
Sudowoodo 213 (185) Imitation Rock
Magnemite 214 (081) Magnet Electric Steel
Magneton 215 (082) Magnet Electric Steel
Magnezone 216 (462) Magnet Area Electric Steel
Trubbish 217 (568) Trash Bag Poison
Garbodor 218 (569) Trash Heap Poison
Cubone 219 (104) Lonely Ground
Marowak 220 (105) Bone Keeper Fire Ghost
Kangaskhan 221 (115) Parent Normal
Blitzle 222 (522) Electrified Electric
Zebstrika 223 (523) Thunderbolt Electric
Ekans 224 (023) Snake Poison
Arbok 225 (024) Snake Poison
Ferroseed 226 (597) Thorn Seed Grass Steel
Ferrothorn 227 (598) Thorn Pod Grass Steel
Absol 228 (359) Disaster Dark
Jangmo-o 229 (788) Scaly Dragon
Hakamo-o 230 (789) Scaly Dragon Fighting
Kommo-o 231 (790) Scaly Dragon Fighting
Aron 232 (304) Iron Armor Steel Rock
Lairon 233 (305) Iron Armor Steel Rock
Aggron 234 (306) Iron Armor Steel Rock
Teddiursa 235 (216) Little Bear Normal
Ursaring 236 (217) Hibernator Normal
Nosepass 237 (299) Compass Rock
Probopass 238 (476) Compass Rock Steel
Tynamo 238 (602) EleFish Electric
Eelektrik 239 (603) EleFish Electric
Eelektross 240 (604) EleFish Electric
Poliwag 241 (060) Tadpole Water
Poliwhirl 242 (061) Tadpole Water
Poliwrath 243 (062) Tapdole Water Fighting
Politoed 244 (186) Frog Water
Chewtle 245 (850) Snapping Water
Drednaw 246 (851) Bite Water Rock
Tortaicate 247 (852) Lockjaw Water Rock
Dewpider 248 (751) Water Bubble Water Bug
Araquanid 249 (752) Water Bubble Water Bug
Flirik 250 (1016) Cave Hang Rock Psychic
Staryu 251 (120) Star Shape Water
Starmie 252 (121) Mysterious Water Psychic
Pyukumuku 253 (772) Sea Cucumber Water
Owaliwalia 254 (773) Sea Cucumber Water
Sandygast 255 (770) Calcified Heap Ghost Water
Palossand 256 (771) Calcified Castle Ghost Water
Clobbopus 257 (941) Tantrum Fighting
Grapploct 258 (942) Jujitsu Fighting
Lunujudo 259 (943) Jujitsu Fighting Water
Limirae 260 (1017) Extra-terrestrial Psychic Water
Numel 261 (322) Numb Fire Ground
Camerupt 262 (323) Eruption Fire Ground
Growlithe 263 (058) Puppy Fire
Arcanine 264 (059) Legendary Fire
Koffing 265 (060) Poison Gas Poison
Weezing 266 (061) Poison Gas Poison Fairy
Gible 267 (443) Land Shark Dragon Ground
Gabite 268 (444) Cave Dragon Ground
Garchomp 269 (445) Mach Dragon Ground
Igglybuff 270 (174) Balloon Normal Fairy
Jigglypuff 271 (039) Balloon Normal Fairy
Wigglytuff 272 (040) Balloon Normal Fairy
Stantler 273 (234) Big Horn Normal
Hoothoot 274 (163) Owl Normal Flying
Noctowl 275 (164) Owl Normal Flying
Gossifleur 276 (848) Flowering Grass
Eldegoss 277 (849) Cotton Bloom Grass
Peatella 278 (846) Single Pea Grass
Lathystem 279 (847) Pea Pod Grass
Eevee 280 (133) Evolution Normal
Vaporeon 281 (134) Bubble Jet Water
Jolteon 282 (135) Lightning Electric
Flareon 283 (136) Flame Fire
Espeon 284 (196) Sun Psychic
Umbreon 285 (197) Moonlight Dark
Leafeon 286 (470) Verdant Grass
Glaceon 287 (471) Fresh Snow Ice
Sylveon 288 (700) Intertwining Fairy
Thoreon 289 (928) Locust Bug
Azurill 290 (298) Polka Dot Normal Fairy
Marill 291 (183) Aqua Mouse Water Fairy
Azumarill 292 (184) Aqua Rabbit Water Fairy
Wynaut 293 (360) Bright Psychic
Wobbuffet 294 (202) Patient Psychic
Lenite 295 (1018) Light Electric Fairy
Guilumos 296 (1019) Light Electric Fairy
Kistimet 297 (1020) Little Spirit Fighting
Baxlmet 298 (1021) Warrior Fighting
Halseret 299 (1022) Warrior Fighting
Chinchou 300 (170) Angler Water Electric
Lanturn 301 (171) Light Water Electric
Krabby 302 (098) River Crab Water
Kingler 303 (099) Pincer Water
Binacle 304 (688) Two-Handed Rock Water
Barbaracle 305 (689) Collective Rock Water
Finneon 306 (456) Wing Fish Water
Lumineon 307 (457) Neon Water
Allerlit 308 (1023) Ringing Water Electric
Allerance 309 (1024) Echo Water Electric
Pinsir 310 (127) Stag Beetle Bug
Machop 311 (066) Superpower Fighting
Machoke 312 (067) Superpower Fighting
Machamp 313 (068) Superpower Fighting
Farfetch'd 314 (083) Wild Duck Normal Flying
Emolga 315 (587) Sky Squirrel Electric Flying
Voltradive 316 (1025) Skydive Electric Flying
Obsidopal 317 (1026) Gemstone Rock Ground
Castform 318 (351) Weather Normal
Electrike 319 (309) Lightning Electric
Manectric 320 (310) Discharge Electric
Duskull 321 (355) Requiem Ghost
Dusclops 322 (356) Beckon Ghost
Dusknoir 323 (477) Gripper Ghost
Deerling 324 (585) Season Normal Grass
Sawsbuck 325 (586) Season Normal Grass
Zigzagoon 326 (263) Tiny Raccoon Normal
Linoone 327 (264) Rushing Normal
Onix 328 (095) Rock Snake Rock Fire
Steelix 329 (096) Iron Snake Steel Fire
Carbink 330 (703) Jewel Rock Fairy
Mawile 331 (303) Deceiver Steel Fairy
Sableye 332 (302) Darkness Dark Ghost
Blastimyte 333 (1027) Firebomb Fire Steel
Tanatyte 334 (1028) Firebomb Fire Steel
Slugma 335 (218) Lava Fire
Magcargo 336 (219) Lava Fire Rock
Salandit 337 (757) Toxic Lizard Poison Fire
Salazzle 338 (758) Toxic Lizard Poison Fire
Larvesta 339 (636) Torch Bug Fire
Volcarona 340 (637) Sun Bug Fire
Bronzor 341 (436) Bronze Steel Psychic
Bronzong 342 (437) Bronze Bell Steel Psychic
Cuirovei 343 (911) Alloy Steel
Auragvei 344 (912) Alloy Steel
Duraludon 345 (913) Alloy Steel Dragon
Elekid 346 (239) Electric Electric
Electabuzz 347 (125) Electric Electric
Electivire 348 (466) Thunderbolt Electric
Magby 349 (240) Live Coal Fire
Magmar 350 (126) Spitfire Fire
Magmortar 351 (467) Blast Fire
Beldum 352 (374) Iron Ball Steel Psychic
Metang 353 (375) Iron Claw Steel Psychic
Metagross 354 (376) Iron Leg Steel Psychic
Littric 355 (1029) Imitation Ghost
Pantomatch 356 (1030) Pantomime Ghost
Phantomic 357 (1031) Pantomime Ghost
Hazastoor 358 (1132) Foul Wyrm Dragon Poison
Azelf 359 (482) Willpower Psychic
Cobalion 360 (638) Iron Will Steel Fighting
Terrakion 361 (639) Cavern Rock Fighting
Virizion 362 (640) Grassland Grass Fighting
Reshiram 363 (643) Vast White Dragon Fire
Zekrom 364 (644) Deep Black Dragon Electric
Kyurem 365 (646) Boundary Dragon Ice
Diancie 365 (719) Jewel Rock Fairy
Necrozma 366 (806) Prism Psychic

Rudania Dex

Pokémon Species Type/s
Chespin 001 (650) Spiny Nut Grass
Quilladin 002 (651) Spiny Armor Grass
Chesnaught 003 (652) Spiny Armor Grass Fighting
Fennekin 004 (653) Fox Fire
Braixen 005 (654) Fox Fire
Delphox 006 (655) Fox Fire Psychic
Froakie 007 (656) Bubble Frog Water
Frogadier 008 (657) Bubble Frog Water
Greninja 009 (658) Ninja Water Dark
Pidgey 010 (016) Tiny Bird Normal Flying
Pidgeotto 011 (017) Bird Normal Flying
Pidgeot 012 (018) Bird Normal Flying
Drifloon 013 (425) Balloon Ghost Flying
Drifblim 014 (426) Balloon Ghost Flying
Glameow 015 (427) Catty Normal
Purugly 016 (428) Tiger Cat Normal
Spinda 017 (327) Spot Panda Normal
Geodude 018 (074) Rock Rock Ground
Graveler 019 (075) Rock Rock Ground
Golem 020 (076) Megaton Rock Ground
Aron 021 (304) Iron Armor Steel Rock
Lairon 022 (305) Iron Armor Steel Rock
Aggron 023 (306) Iron Armor Steel Rock
Stonjourner 024 (910) Big Rock Rock
Skarmory 025 (227) Armor Bird Steel Flying
Juddiroc 026 (1011) Mountain Climb Rock
Lotaliff 027 (1012) Mountain Climb Rock
Cleffa 028 (173) Star Shape Fairy
Clefairy 029 (035) Fairy Fairy
Clefable 030 (036) Fairy Fairy
Minior 031 (776) Meteor Rock Flying
Micriome 032 (777) Micro-Biome Rock Grass
Happiny 033 (440) Playhouse Normal
Chansey 034 (113) Egg Normal
Blissey 035 (242) Happiness Normal
Klefki 036 (707) Key Ring Steel Fairy
Rupal 037 (1033) Shine Fairy Rock
Glistupal 038 (1034) Glistening Fairy Rock
Psyduck 039 (054) Duck Water
Golduck 040 (055) Duck Water
Espurr 041 (677) Restraint Fighting
Meowstic 042 (678) Constraint Fighting
Fomantis 043 (753) Sickle Grass Grass
Lurantis 044 (754) Bloom Sickle Grass
Buneary 045 (427) Rabbit Normal
Lopunny 046 (428) Rabbit Normal
Asteral 047 (1035) Orbit Rock
Starral 048 (1036) Superheat Rock Fire
Vuidral 049 (1037) Event Horizon Rock Dark
Desstral 050 (1038) Crystalline Rock Ice
Vulpix 051 (037) Fox Fire
Ninetales 052 (038) Fox Fire
Houndour 053 (228) Dark Dark Fire
Houndoom 054 (229) Dark Dark Fire
Fletchling 055 (661) Tiny Robin Normal Flying
Fletchinder 056 (662) Ember Fire Flying
Talonflame 057 (663) Scorching Fire Flying
Nuhorn 058 (999) One Horn Fairy
Spikyld 059 (1000) Thorn Crown Fairy Fire
Chavenstor 060 (1001) Devilish Fairy Fire
Smoggron 061 (1039) Smog Poison
Smoglaze 062 (1040) Smog Poison
Agitacub 063 (883) Badger Dark
Dagradger 064 (884) Badger Dark
Yamask 065 (562) Spirit Ghost
Cofagrigus 066 (563) Coffin Ghost
Gligar 067 (207) Fly Scorpion Ground Flying
Gliscor 068 (472) Fang Scorpion Ground Flying
Cacnea 069 (331) Cactus Grass
Cacturne 070 (332) Scarecrow Grass Dark
Werushle 071 (1041) Tumbleweed Grass Ground
Staryu 072 (120) Star Shape Water
Starmie 073 (121) Mysterious Water Psychic
Bruxish 074 (784) Gnash Teeth Water Psychic
Abytsear 075 (785) Trench Water Psychic
Herkerel 076 (972) Mackerel Water
Crowkerel 077 (973) Mackerel Water
Comfey 078 (764) Posy Picker Fairy
Hooleyley 079 (765) Flower Fairy
Minccino 080 (572) Chinchilla Normal
Cinccino 081 (573) Scarf Normal
Swablu 082 (333) Cotton Bird Normal Flying
Altaria 083 (334) Humming Dragon Flying
Tyrogue 084 (236) Scuffle Fighting
Hitmonlee 085 (106) Kicking Fighting
Hitmonchan 086 (107) Punching Fighting
Hitmontop 087 (108) Handstand Fighting
Hitmonchi 088 (959) Martial Arts Fighting
Whilranid 089 (1006) Little Spider Bug Ground
Cartokanid 090 (1007) Acrobatic Bug Ground
Lodram 091 (1042) Lodestone Rock Electric
Lodeton 092 (1043) Lodestone Rock Electric
Cubone 093 (104) Lonely Ground
Marowak 094 (105) Bone Keeper Ground
Misdreavus 095 (200) Screech Ghost
Mismagius 096 (429) Magical Ghost
Starly 097 (396) Starling Normal Flying
Staravia 098 (397) Starling Normal Flying
Staraptor 099 (398) Predator Normal Flying
Goldip 100 (1044) Golden Hide Ground Steel
Goldemal 101 (1045) Golden Hide Ground Steel
Anibi 102 (1046) Curse Dark
Crundibu 103 (1047) Curse Dark
Mantyke 104 (458) Kite Water Flying
Mantine 105 (226) Kite Water Flying
Remoraid 106 (223) Jet Water
Octillery 107 (224) Jet Water
Surskit 108 (283) Pond Skater Bug Water
Masquerain 109 (284) Eyeball Bug Flying
Magmarine 110 (1048) Extremophile Fire Water
Lavocean 111 (1049) Extremophile Fire water
Sinistea 112 (900) Relic Rock Ghost
Polteageist 113 (901) Relic Rock Ghost
Sandygast 114 (770) Sand Heap Ghost Ground
Palossand 115 (771) Sand Castle Ghost Ground
Buizel 116 (418) Sea Weasel Water
Floatzel 117 (419) Sea Weasel Water
Trollgrud 118 (1050) Brutish Dark Water
Grufflgote 119 (1051) Strong Spirit Grass Fighting
Chewtle 120 (850) Snapping Water
Drednaw 121 (851) Bite Water Rock
Tortaicate 122 (852) Lockjaw Water Rock
Toxel 123 (966) Baby Electric Poison
Toxtricity 124 (967) Punk Electric Poison
Drampa 125 (786) Placid Normal Dragon
Zhularate 126 (909) Elegance Normal Dragon
Poochyena 127 (261) Bite Dark
Mightyena 128 (262) Bite Dark
Sparkmin 129 (1052) Hatchling Electric Flying
Volairmin 130 (1053) Nimbus Electric Flying
Plasmarax 131 (1054) Plasma Storm Electric Flying
Voltorb 132 (100) Ball Electric
Electrode 133 (101) Ball Electric
Rotom 134 (479) Plasma Electric Ghost
Klink 135 (599) Gear Steel
Klang 136 (600) Gear Steel
Klinklang 137 (601) Gear Steel
Plusle 138 (311) Cheering Electric
Minun 139 (312) Cheering Electric
Mime Jr. 140 (439) Mime Psychic Fairy
Mr. Mime 141 (122) Barrier Psychic Fairy
Teddiursa 142 (216) Little Bear Normal
Ursaring 143 (217) Hibernator Normal
Skitty 144 (300) Kitten Normal
Delcatty 145 (301) Prim Normal
Peroutee 146 (1055) Performance Fairy
Acroutee 147 (1056) Stunt Performer Fairy Fighting
Vivelody 148 (1057) Strings Normal
Cellothyme 149 (1058) Strings Normal
Dublafone 150 (1059) Basso Profundo Normal
Relicanth 151 (369) Longevity Water Rock
Wailmer 152 (320) Ball Whale Water
Wailord 153 (321) Float Whale Water
Carvanha 154 (318) Savage Water Dark
Sharpedo 155 (319) Brutal Water Dark
Popiresh 156 (1060) Bubble Water Flying
Fizzliresh 157 (1061) Propulsion Water Flying
Budew 158 (406) Bud Grass Poison
Roselia 159 (315) Thorn Grass Poison
Roserade 160 (407) Bouquet Grass Poison
Celarosau 161 (845) Metallic Petal Grass Steel
Flabébé 162 (669) Single Bloom Fairy
Floette 163 (670) Single Bloom Fairy
Florges 164 (671) Garden Fairy
Spritzee 165 (682) Aroma Grass
Aromatisse 166 (683) Soothe Grass Fairy
Wurmple 167 (265) Worm Bug
Silcoon 168 (266) Cocoon Bug
Beautifly 169 (267) Butterfly Bug Flying
Cascoon 170 (268) Cocoon Bug
Dustox 171 (269) Poison Moth Bug Poison
Oricorio 172 (741) Dancing Fire Flying
Electric Flying
Psychic Flying
Ghost Flying
Flaroralio 173 (1062) Fiery Duet Fire Flying
Pozzomrio 174 (1063) Cheering Electric Flying
Lualyrio 175 (1064) Graceful Sway Psychic Flying
Mysnurnio 176 (1065) Spirit Call Ghost Flying
Noibat 177 (714) Sound Wave Flying Dragon
Noivern 178 (715) Sound Wave Flying Draogn
Warallore 179 (898) Protector Fairy Steel
Fortiadow 180 (899) Protector Fairy Steel
Dunsparce 181 (206) Land Snake Normal
Chingling 182 (433) Bell Psychic
Chimecho 183 (358) Wind Chim Psychic
Nosepass 184 (299) Compass Rock
Probopass 185 (476) Compass Rock Steel
Diglett 186 (050) Mole Ground Steel
Dugtrio 187 (051) Mole Ground Steel
Silicobra 188 (890) Sand Snake Ground
Sandaconda 189 (891) Sand Snake Ground
Whismur 190 (293) Whisper Normal
Loudred 191 (294) Big Voice Normal
Exploud 192 (295) Loud Noise Normal
Miltank 193 (241) Milk Cow Normal
Tauros 194 (128) Wild Bull Normal
Swinub 195 (220) Pig Ground
Piloswine 196 (221) Swine Ground
Mamoswine 197 (473) Twin Tusk Ground
Hoppip 198 (187) Cottonweed Grass Flying
Skiploom 199 (188) Cottonweed Grass Flying
Jumpluff 200 (189) Cottonweed Grass Flying
Soasol 201 (1066) Solar Power Grass Fire
Solaroot 202 (1067) Solar Power Grass Fire
Combee 203 (415) Tiny Bee Bug Flying
Vespiquen 204 (416) Beehive Bug Flying
Axew 205 (610) Tusk Dragon
Fraxure 206 (611) Axe Jaw Dragon
Haxorus 207 (612) Axe Jaw Dragon
Bunnelby 208 (659) Digging Normal
Diggersby 209 (660) Digging Normal Ground
Dedenne 210 (702) Antenna Electric Fairy
Denkicution 211 (1068) Antenna Electric Fairy
Lumabell 212 (1069) Night Flower Grass Ghost
Lumareap 213 (1070) Night Flower Grass Ghost
Abra 214 (063) Psi Psychic
Kadabra 215 (064) Psi Psychic
Alakazam 216 (065) Psi Psychic
Zangoose 217 (335) Cat Ferret Normal
Seviper 218 (336) Fang Snake Poison
Coppot 219 (1071) Polish Steel
Galvolcu 220 (1072) Galvanized Steel
Snover 221 (459) Frost Tree Grass Ice
Abomasnow 222 (460) Frost Tree Grass Ice
Snom 223 (931) Worm Ice Bug
Frosmoth 224 (932) Frost Moth Ice Bug
Bergtosk 225 (933) Frost Moth Ice Bug
Snorunt 226 (361) Snow Hat Ice
Glalie 227 (362) Face Ice
Froslass 228 (478) Snow Land Ice Ghost
Slakoth 229 (287) Slacker Normal
Vigoroth 230 (288) Wild Monkey Normal
Slaking 231 (289) Lazy Normal
Segmini 232 (1073) Segmented Bug
Migamint 233 (1074) Segmented Bug Grass
Segintresh 234 (1075) Segmented Bug Grass
Pyukumuku 235 (772) Sea Cucumber Water
Owaliwalia 236 (773) Sea Cucumber Water
Pincurchin 237 (944) Sea Urchin Electric
Thundreefle 238 (945) Sea Urchin Electric
Thermoid 239 (946) Sea Entity Fire
Volcazoic 240 (947) Sea Entity Fire
Riolu 241 (447) Emanation Fighting
Lucario 242 (448) Aura Fighting Steel
Meditite 243 (307) Meditate Fighting Psychic
Medicham 244 (308) Meditate Fighting Psychic
Hawlucha 245 (701) Wrestling Fighting Flying
Snubbull 246 (209) Fairy Fairy
Granbull 247 (210) Fairy Fairy
Dargabull 248 (1076) Enraged Fairy Dragon
Plasmiole 249 (1077) Sky Dweller Electric
Munshyll 250 (948) Jellyfish Water Fairy
Jelluna 251 (949) Lunar Water Fairy
Frillish 252 (592) Floating Water Ghost
Jellicent 253 (593) Floating Water Ghost
Tentacool 254 (072) Jellyfish Water Poison
Tentacruel 255 (073) Jellyfish Water Poison
Clamperl 256 (366) Bivalve Water
Huntail 257 (367) Deep Sea Water
Gorebyss 258 (368) South Sea Water
Purayida 259 (1078) Predator Eel Water
Patrat 260 (504) Scout Normal
Watchog 261 (505) Lookout Normal
Yungoos 262 (734) Loitering Normal
Gumshoos 263 (735) Stakeout Normal
Komala 264 (778) Drowsing Normal
Komarawl 265 (779) Drop Bear Normal Fighting
Pikipek 266 (731) Woodpecker Normal Flying
Trumbeak 267 (732) Bugle Beak Normal Flying
Toucannon 268 (733) Cannon Normal Flying
Porygon 269 (137) Virtual Normal
Porygon2 270 (233) Virtual Normal
Porygon-Z 271 (474) Virtual Normal
Porygon-S 272 (1079) Application Normal
Chikorita 273 (152) Leaf Grass
Bayleef 274 (153) Leaf Grass
Meganium 275 (154) Herb Grass
Cyndaquil 276 (155) Fire Mouse Fire
Quilava 277 (156) Volcano Fire
Typhlosion 278 (157) Volcano Fire
Totodile 279 (158) Big Jaw Water
Croconaw 280 (159) Big Jaw Water
Feraligatr 281 (160) Big Jaw Water
Regirock 282 (377) Rock Peak Rock
Regice 283 (378) Iceberg Ice
Registeel 284 (379) Iron Steel
Regivolt 285 (1080) Electron Electric
Regiwyrm 286 (1081) Dragon Ball Dragon
Regigigas 287 (486) Colossal Normal
Raikou 288 (243) Thunder Electric
Entei 289 (244) Volcano Fire
Suicune 290 (245) Aurora Water
Lugia 291 (249) Diving Psychic Flying
Lochesberg 292 (1082) Ancient Wyrm Dragon Ice
Phione 293 (489) Sea Drifter Water
Manaphy 294 (490) Seafaring Water

Etrana Dex

Pokémon Species Type/s
Treecko 001 (252) Wood Gecko Grass
Grovyle 002 (253) Wood Gecko Grass
Sceptile 003 (254) Forest Grass
Torchic 004 (255) Chick Fire
Combusken 005 (256) Young Fowl Fire Fighting
Blaziken 006 (257) Blaze Fire Fighting
Mudkip 007 (258) Mud Fish Water
Marshtomp 008 (259) Mud Fish Water Ground
Swampert 009 (260) Mud Fish Water Ground
Meowth 010 (052) Scratch Cat Normal
Persian 011 (053) Classy Cat Normal
Kecleon 012 (352) Color Swap Normal
Aipom 013 (190) Long Tail Normal
Ambipom 014 (424) Long Tail Normal
Applin 015 (834) Apple Core Grass Dragon
Flapple 016 (835) Apple Wing Grass Dragon
Gildelcid 017 (836) Golden Apple Grass Dragon
Appletun 018 (837) Apple Nectar Grass Dragon
Hokumton 019 (838) Grand Apple Grass Dragon
Packababa 020 (1083) Capybara Normal
Trekafaba 021 (1084) Friendship Normal
Audino 022 (531) Hearing Normal
Bouffalant 023 (626) Bash Buffalo Normal
Tarselgrip 024 (1085) Strong Grip Normal Psychic
Tarselesis 025 (1086) Kinetic Grip Normal Psychic
Yamper 026 (866) Puppy Electric
Boltund 027 (867) Racing Dog Electric
Statheruff 028 (868) Herding Dog Electric Fairy
Mastimesa 029 (869) Powerful Dog Electric Ground
Tadango 030 (1087) Flamingo Fairy Water
Pethyrango 031 (1088) Flamingo Fairy Water
Nidoran F 032 (029) Poison Pin Poison
Nidorina 033 (030) Poison Pin Poison
Nidoqueen 034 (031) Drill Poison Ground
Nidoran M 035 (032) Poison Pin Poison
Nidorino 036 (033) Poison Pin Poison
Nidoking 037 (034) Drill Poison Ground
Pineco 038 (204) Bagworm Bug
Forretress 039 (205) Bagworm Bug Steel
Scatterbug 040 (664) Scatterdust Bug
Spewpa 041 (665) Scatterdust Bug
Vivillon 042 (666) Scale Bug Flying
Impidimp 043 (877) Wily Dark Fairy
Morgrem 044 (878) Devious Dark Fairy
Grimmsnarl 045 (879) Bulk Up Dark Fairy
Grimer 046 (088) Sludge Poison
Muk 047 (089) Sludge Poison
Druddigon 048 (621) Cave Dragon
Stonjourner 049 (910) Big Rock Rock
Aron 050 (304) Iron Armor Steel Rock
Lairon 051 (305) Iron Armor Steel Rock
Aggron 052 (306) Iron Armor Steel Rock
Sludgrog 053 (1089) Colourful Poison Fairy
Corrosorog 054 (1090) Deadly Poison Fairy
Drowzee 055 (096) Hypnosis Psychic
Hypno 056 (097) Hypnosis Psychic
Unown 057 (098) Symbol Psychic
Shuppet 058 (353) Puppet Ghost
Banette 059 (354) Marionette Ghost
Sinistea 060 (900) Black Tea Ghost
Polteageist 061 (901) Black Tea Ghost
Harture 062 (1091) Hearty Psychic
Haturial 063 (1092) Paint Pattern Psychic
Cardiolstace 064 (1093) Heartbreaker Psychic Ghost
Makuhita 065 (296) Guts Fighting
Hariyama 066 (297) Arm Thrust Fighting
Luvdisc 067 (370) Rendezvous Water
Arrokuda 068 (970) Rush Water
Barraskewda 069 (971) Skewer Water
Herkerel 070 (972) Mackerel Water
Crowkerel 071 (973) Mackerel Water
Dagafish 072 (974) Sharp Nose Water
Klahymfish 073 (975) Swordfish Water Steel
Smeargle 074 (235) Painter Normal
Chatot 075 (441) Music Note Normal Flying
Pansage 076 (511) Grass Monkey Grass
Simisage 077 (512) Thorn Monkey Grass
Pansear 078 (513) High Temp Fire
Simisear 079 (514) Ember Fire
Panpour 080 (515) Spray Water
Simipour 081 (516) Geyser Water
Mankey 082 (056) Pig Monkey Fighting
Primeape 083 (057) Pig Monkey Fighting
Venonat 084 (048) Insect Bug Poison
Venomoth 085 (049) Poison Moth Bug Poison
Tangela 086 (114) Vine Grass
Tangrowth 087 (115) Vine Grass
Florius 088 (1094) Ripen Grass
Tropius 089 (357) Fruit Grass Flying
Kipsede 090 (1095) Fern Grass
Elkelefe 091 (1096) Fern Grass
Elkeloom 092 (1097) Protective Bond Grass
Weedle 093 (013) Hairy Bug Bug Poison
Kakuna 094 (014) Cocoon Bug Poison
Beedrill 095 (015) Poison Bee Bug Poison
Spinarak 096 (167) String Spit Bug Poison
Ariados 097 (168) Long Leg Bug Poison
Gulpin 098 (316) Stomach Poison
Swalot 099 (317) Poison Bag Poison
Carnivine 100 (455) Bug Catcher Grass
Stunfisk 101 (618) Trap Ground Electric
Dratini 102 (147) Dragon Dragon
Dragonair 103 (148) Dragon Dragon
Dragonite 104 (149) Dragon Dragon Flying
Ducklett 105 (580) Water Bird Water Flying
Swanna 106 (581) White Bird Water Flying
Ghaeggle 107 (976) Gulp Flying Water
Cramorant 108 (977) Gulp Flying Water
Albagulp 109 (978) Albatross Flying Water
Azurill 110 (298) Polka Dot Normal Fairy
Marill 111 (183) Aqua Mouse Water Fairy
Azumarill 112 (184) Aqua Rabbit Water Fairy
Bellaboa 113 (1098) Surface Tension Ghost Water
Gongaconga 114 (1099) Ouroboros Ghost Water
Exeggcute 115 (102) Egg Grass Psychic
Exeggutor 116 (103) Coconut Grass Psychic
Slowpoke 117 (079) Dopey Water Psychic
Slowbro 118 (080) Hermit Crab Water Psychic
Slowking 119 (199) Royal Water Psychic
Snoreche 120 (925) Penguin Ice
Eiscue 121 (926) Penguin Ice
Celsihopper 122 (927) Penguin Ice water
Clamperl 123 (366) Bivalve Water
Huntail 124 (367) Deep Sea Water
Gorebyss 125 (368) South Sea Water
Purayida 126 (1078) Predator Eel Water
Spearow 127 (021) Tiny Bird Normal Flying
Fearow 128 (022) Beak Normal Flying
Sandshrew 129 (027) Mouse Ground
Sandslash 130 (028) Mouse Ground
Chaini 131 (905) Kinship Fighting
Falinks 132 (906) Formation Fighting
Araclash 133 (907) One-Man Army Fighting Steel
Gladigonix 134 (908) Formation Fighting
Silicobra 135 (890) Sand Snake Ground
Sandaconda 136 (891) Sand Snake Ground
Fuseetle 137 (1100) Powder Shell Fire Bug
Plosiveetle 138 (1101) Explosive Fire Bug
Gatoneetle 139 (1102) Explosive Fire Bug
Koffing 140 (109) Poison Gas Poison
Weezing 141 (110) Poison Gas Poison
Rolycoly 142 (860) Coal Rock
Carkol 143 (861) Coal Rock Fire
Coalossal 144 (862) Coal Rock Fire
Numel 145 (322) Black Smoke Fire Dark
Camerupt 146 (323) Black Smoke Fire Dark
Slugma 147 (218) Lava Fire
Magcargo 148 (219) Lava Fire Rock
Nuhorn 149 (999) One Horn Fairy
Spikyld 150 (1000) Thorn Crown Fairy Fire
Chavenstor 151 (1001) Devilish Fairy Fire
Doduo 152 (084) Twin Bird Normal Flying
Dodrio 153 (085) Triple Bird Normal Flying
Bagon 154 (371) Rock Head Dragon
Shelgon 155 (372) Endurance Dragon
Salamence 156 (373) Dragon Dragon Flying
Cufant 157 (853) Copperderm Steel
Copperajah 158 (854) Copperderm Steel
Absol 159 (359) Balance Fighting Fairy
Moteloth 160 (1103) Slow Moving Ground
Megalaroth 161 (1104) Mega Sloth Ground
Snom 162 (931) Worm Ice Bug
Frosmoth 163 (932) Frost Moth Ice Bug
Bergtosk 164 (933) Frost Moth Ice Bug
Snownee 165 (1105) White Rabbit Ice
Blizzanee 167 (1106) Snowstorm Ice
Cubchoo 168 (613) Chill Ice
Beartic 169 (614) Freezing Ice
Sneasel 170 (215) Sharp Claw Dark Ice
Weavile 171 (461) Sharp Claw Dark Claw
Caliceite 172 (1003) Ice Age Ice
Skulzen 173 (1004) Ice Age Ice
Glaciaurus 174 (1005) Cold-Blood Ice Dragon
Ledyba 175 (165) Five Star Bug Flying
Ledian 176 (166) Five Star Bug Flying
Sunkern 177 (191) Seed Grass
Sunflora 178 (192) Sun Grass
Gossifleur 179 (848) Flowering Grass
Eldegoss 180 (849) Cotton Bloom Grass
Peatella 181 (846) Single Pea Grass
Lathystem 182 (847) Pea Pod Grass
Acubatt 183 (1107) Spark Cub Electric
Jagavolt 184 (1108) Volt Sprint Electric
Ponyta 185 (077) Fire Horse Fire
Rapidash 186 (078) Fire Horse Fire
Morpeko 187 (968) Two-Sided Electric Dark
Thundritohm 188 (969) Thunderstorm Electric Dark
Drifloon 189 (425) Balloon Ghost Flying
Drifblim 190 (426) Blimp Ghost Flying
Deminede 191 (1109) Detritivore Bug
Cenvernede 192 (1110) Detritivore Bug
Millaximede 193 (1111) Forest Cleanser Bug
Seyakik 194 (1112) Stomping Flying
Seyarumble 195 (1113) Beatdown Flying Fighting
Corsola 196 (222) Coral Water Rock
Alomomola 197 (594) Caring Water
Rookidee 198 (825) Tiny Bird Flying
Corvisquire 199 (826) Raven Flying
Corviknight 200 (827) Raven Flying Steel
Bruxish 201 (784) Gnash Teeth Water Psychic
Abytsear 202 (785) Trench Water Psychic
Tokelosaur 203 (1114) Long Neck Dragon Grass
Stembosaur 204 (1115) Lost Fossil Dragon Grass
Rattata 205 (019) Mouse Normal
Raticate 206 (020) Mouse Normal
Girafarig 207 (203) Long Neck Normal Psychic
Skwovet 208 (828) Cheeky Normal
Greedent 209 (829) Greedy Normal
Nickit 210 (843) Fox Dark
Thievul 211 (844) Fox Dark
Petyrak 212 (1116) Petrification Rock
Trundusa 213 (1117) Petrification Rock Grass
Pachirisu 214 (417) EleSquirrel Electric
Indeedee 215 (956) Emotion Psychic Normal
Pichu 216 (172) Tiny Mouse Electric
Pikachu 217 (025) Mouse Electric
Raichu 218 (026) Mouse Electric Psychic
Plusle 219 (311) Cheering Electric
Minun 220 (312) Cheering Electric
Lickitung 221 (108) Licking Normal
Lickilicky 222 (463) Licking Normal
Murkrow 223 (198) Darkness Dark Flying
Honchkrow 224 (430) Big Boss Dark Flying
Mienfoo 225 (619) Martial Arts Fighting
Mienshao 226 (620) Martial Arts Fighting
Shukenji 227 (1118) Shuriken Steel
Sulblust 228 (1119) Vampire Bat Dark
Draiblust 229 (1120) Blood Sucker Dark Poison
Haevilblust 230 (1121) Impaler Dark Poison
Volbeat 231 (313) Firefly Bug
Illumise 232 (314) Firefly Bug
Shinx 233 (403) Flash Electric
Luxio 234 (404) Spark Electric
Luxray 235 (405) Gleam Eyes Electric
Clobbopus 236 (941) Tantrum Fighting
Grapploct 237 (942) Jujitsu Fighting
Lunujudo 238 (943) Jujitsu Fighting Water
Cadroolon 239 (1122) Strange Liquid Psychic
Chaception 240 (1123) Pattern Mimic Psychic
Cuirovei 241 (911) Alloy Steel
Auragvei 242 (912) Alloy Steel
Duraludon 243 (913) Alloy Steel Dragon
Magikarp 244 (129) Fish Water
Gyarados 245 (130) Waterfall Water Electric
Feebas 246 (349) Fish Water
Milotic 247 (350) Tender Water
Chinchou 248 (170) Angler Water Electric
Lanturn 249 (171) Light Water Electric
Cudubo 250 (1124) Competitive Fighting
Grizzerost 251 (1125) Hunter Fighting Ice
Algralar 252 (1125) Hybrid Hunter Fighting Ice
Snivy 253 (495) Grass Snake Grass
Servine 254 (496) Grass Snake Grass
Serperior 255 (497) Regla Grass
Tepig 266 (498) Fire Pig Fire
Pignite 267 (499) Fire Pig Fire Fighting
Emboar 268 (500) Mega Fire Pig Fire Fighting
Oshawott 269 (501) Sea Otter Water
Dewott 270 (502) Discipline Water
Samurott 271 (503) Formidable Water
Scyther 272 (123) Mantis Bug Flying
Ancient Predator Bug Dragon
Scizor 273 (212) Pincer Bug Steel
Ancient Predator Bug Dragon
Taillow 274 (276) Tiny Swallow Normal Flying
Gliding Ground Flying
Swellow 275 (277) Swallow Normal Flying
Sprint Flight Ground Flying
Sewaddle 276 (540) Sewing Bug Grass
Silk Cloak Bug Ghost
Swadloon 277 (541) Leaf-Wrapped Bug Grass
Silk Assassin Bug Ghost
Leavanny 278 (542) Nurturing Bug Grass
Silk Assassin Bug Ghost
Venipede 279 (543) Centipede Bug Poison
Mega Jaw Bug Dark
Whirlipede 280 (544) Curlipede Bug Poison
Thornback Bug Dark
Scolipede 281 (545) Megapede Bug Poison
Hyper Jaw Bug Dark
Pinsir 282 (127) Stag Beetle Bug
Golden Shell Bug Steel
Heracross 283 (214) Single Horn Bug Fighting
Flexible Shell Bug Water
Passimian 284 (767) Teamwork Fighting
Tribalism Fighting Fire
Oranguru 285 (766) Sage Normal Psychic
Discoverer Normal
Yamask 286 (562) Spirit Ghost
Mirage Ghost Ice
Cofagrigus 287 (563) Coffin Ghost
Lake Spirit Ghost Ice
Cleffa 288 (173) Star Shape Fairy
Adaptation Normal Rock
Clefairy 289 (035) Fairy Fairy
Adaptation Normal Rock
Clefable 290 (036) Fairy Fairy
Signaller Normal Rock
Eevee 296 (133) Evolution Normal
Scavenger Normal
Vaporeon 297 (134) Bubble Jet Water
Piscivore Normal Water
Jolteon 298 (135) Lightning Electric
Monsoon Predator Normal Electric
Flareon 299 (136) Flame Fire
Arid Expert Normal Fire
Espeon 300 (196) Sun Psychic
Influenced Normal Psychic
Umbreon 301 (197) Moonlight Dark
Nocturnal Normal Dark
Leafeon 302 (470) Verdant Grass
Camouflage Normal Grass
Glaceon 303 (471) Fresh Snow Ice
Albino Normal Ice
Sylveon 304 (700) Intertwining Fairy
Early Companion Normal Fairy
Thoreon 305 (928) Locust Bug
Grub Bug Normal Bug
Bronzor 306 (436) Bronze Steel Psychic
Harmonic Ore Steel Rock
Bronzong 307 (437) Bronze Bell Steel Psychic
Harmonic Ore Steel Rock
Caimawn 308 (1126) Snaggletooth Water
Young Spawn Water Ground
Caishered 309 (1127) Vicious Water Fighting
Wading Water Ground
Cairvage 310 (1128) Vicious Water Fighting
Methodical Water Ground
Webegre 311 (1129) Web Spinner Bug Dark
Goliath Bug
Araknogre 312 (1130) Web Spinner Bug Dark
Forest Giant Bug
Bublipher 313 (1131) Weak Breath Water Ground
Aquatic Water
Hydripher 314 (1132) Floundering Water Ground
Streamline Water
Tsunapher 315 (1133) Storm Caller Water Ground
Current Rider Water
Omanyte 316 (138) Spiral Rock Water
Omastar 317 (139) Spiral Rock Water
Omalanch 318 (1134) Icy Spiral Ice Water
Kabuto 319 (140) Shellfish Rock Water
Kabutops 320 (141) Shellfish Rock Water
Kabuator 321 (1135) Punish Dark Water
Aerodactyl 322 (142) Fossil Rock Flying
Basiladactyl 323 (1135) Ridge Scale Dragon Flying
Lileep 324 (345) Sea Lily Rock Grass
Cradily 325 (346) Barnacle Rock Grass
Solilorous 326 (1136) Proto-Flower Poison Grass
Anorith 327 (347) Old Shrimp Rock Bug
Armaldo 328 (348) Plate Rock Bug
Anomacean 329 (1137) Deep Ocean Water Bug
Cranidos 330 (408) Head Butt Rock
Rampardos 331 (409) Head Butt Rock
Heralidos 332 (1138) Head Crest Normal
Shieldon 333 (410) Shield Rock Steel
Bastiodon 334 (411) Shield Rock Steel
Castiodon 335 (1139) Castle Ground Steel
Tirtouga 336 (564) Prototurtle Water Rock
Carracosta 337 (565) Prototurtle Water Rock
Carrundaira 338 (1140) Proto-Art Water Fighting
Archen 339 (566) First Bird Rock Flying
Archeops 340 (567) First Bird Rock Flying
Archeopteon 341 (1141) Sky Terror Psychic Flying
Tyrunt 342 (696) Royal Heir Rock Dragon
Tyrantrum 343 (697) Despot Rock Dragon
Tyriballion 344 (1142) Rebel King Dark Dragon
Amaura 345 (698) Tundra Rock Ice
Aurorus 346 (699) Tundra Rock Ice
Aurlaroslma 347 (1143) Polar Magnet Electric Ice
Spiritomb 348 (442) Forbidden Ghost Dark
Mesprit 348 (481) Emotion Psychic
Articuno 349 (144) Cruel Psychic Flying
Zapdos 350 (145) Strong Legs Fighting Flying
Moltres 351 (146) Malevolent Dark Flying
Raikou 352 (243) Lord of Storms Electric Dragon
Entei 353 (244) Volcanic Heart Fire Ground
Suicune 354 (245) Acid Rain Water Poison
Ho-Oh 355 (250) Rainbow Fire Flying
Eternatus 356 (1144) Gigantic Poison Dragon
Calyrex 347 (1145) King Psychic Grass
Celebi 348 (251) Time Travel Psychic Grass

Changes to existing Pokémon

Some Pokémon due to the addition of evolutionary relatives had their stats changed as a result, these are listed below. Stats are listed as such; Hitpoints (HPP), Attack (ATK), Defence (DEF), Special Attack (SAT), Special Defence (SDE) and Speed (SPD), Old Stats are listed first and New Stats are listed after them.

Pokémon Stats
Dubwool 72 80 100 60 90 88
66 73 92 55 83 81
Flapple 70 110 80 95 60 70
64 102 73 87 55 64
Appletun 110 85 80 100 80 30
101 78 73 92 73 28
Drednaw 90 115 90 48 68 74
79 100 79 42 60 65
Falinks 65 100 100 70 60 75
60 92 92 64 55 68
Milcery 45 40 40 50 61 34
38 33 33 42 51 28
Alcremie 65 60 75 110 121 64
60 55 69 101 111 59
Clobbopus 50 68 60 50 50 32
46 63 55 46 46 29
Grapploct 80 118 90 70 80 42
78 116 88 69 78 41
Pincurchin 48 101 95 91 85 15
45 95 90 85 80 15
Morpeko 58 95 48 70 58 97
43 70 43 51 43 71
Cramorant 70 85 55 85 95 85
65 80 55 80 90 80
Zacian 92 130 115 80 115 138
93 132 117 81 117 140
Zamazenta 92 130 115 80 115 138
98 130 124 76 122 130
Eternatus 140 85 95 145 95 130
145 90 107 145 107 76

New Pokémon

As with Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon, Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee and the Pokémon Sword & Shield DLC, new Pokémon were introduced in Pokémon Cross Guard despite being in the same generation as previous games. Pokémon Cross Guard introduces the most new Pokémon within a generation to date.

Dubwool Evolutions

Wuldaram [Normal/Fighting] - Ram Pokémon

  • Ht: 5'07"
  • Wt: 217.9lbs
  • Evo From: Dubwool at Lv40 while holding Black Belt
  • Description: Based on the St. Kilda Sheep, this evolution to Dubwool has a much rougher appearance, its four horns have grown forming a large helmet-like guard and its grey collar of wool now forms a thick sheet of fur around its neck protecting it. The Pokémon's fur is also completely brown now mostly brown with a large white patch on its back. The Pokémon also appears to have a more unkempt appearance with furrowed brows and clumps of wool, it also has long wool covering down to its feet giving it an armoured appearance.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 76
136 - 183 262 - 356
Attack: 113
106 - 181 207 - 357
Defense: 102
96 - 169 188 - 333
Sp.Atk: 60
58 - 123 112 - 240
Sp.Def: 93
88 - 159 171 - 313
Speed: 91
86 - 157 168 - 309
Total: 535   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Nawaillow [Normal/Psychic] - Nurture Pokémon

  • Ht: 4'11"
  • Wt: 174.2lbs
  • Evo From: Dubwool at Lv40 while holding Twisted Spoon
  • Description: Based on the Navajo-Churro, unlike its pre-evolutions, Nawaillow does not have fluffy balled wool but rather long fur-like wool, its wool appears to form stripes along its body which are shaped similarly to its iris. The Pokémon's horns are much more curled than its pre-evolution and when viewed from the front appear as four large eyes looking at the opponent. Its face is also more golden-brown in colour and it has a small silver stripe running down its face which appears metallic.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 86
146 - 193 282 - 376
Attack: 93
88 - 159 171 - 313
Defense: 107
100 - 174 197 - 344
Sp.Atk: 60
58 - 123 112 - 240
Sp.Def: 103
97 - 170 189 - 335
Speed: 86
81 - 151 159 - 298
Total: 535   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Flapple & Appletun Evolutions

Gildelcid [Grass/Dragon] - Golden Apple Pokémon

  • Ht: 7'10"
  • Wt: 95.3lbs
  • Evo From: Flapple via Level Up with the move Acid Rain
  • Description: Gildelcid appears as a long serpentine Pokémon with various draconic features similar to its pre-evolution. The Pokémon is shown to have grown clawed arms which are separate from the arms that form its wings. The Pokémon's body has several small golden plates of armour which when it folds in on itself form the shape of an apple similar to its pre-evolution. Notably the Pokémon appears to have grown three leaves from the horn on its head and the horn has become brown at the top. The Pokémon's eyes are also somewhat more complex having an insectoid shape to them.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 70
130 - 177 250 - 344
Attack: 114
107 - 182 209 - 359
Defense: 80
76 - 145 148 - 284
Sp.Atk: 113
106 - 181 207 - 357
Sp.Def: 72
69 - 136 134 - 267
Speed: 71
68 - 135 132 - 265
Total: 520   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Hokumton [Grass/Dragon] - Grand Apple Pokémon

  • Ht: 4'09"
  • Wt: 753.6lbs
  • Evo From: Appletun via Level Up with the move Tectonic Break
  • Description: Hokumton has a similar body shape to its pre-evolution having a large western dragon style body with a low to the ground head. The Pokémon has much more developed limbs which now jut out to the side and has four front facing toes and one back facing toe to provide balance. The Pokémon's back is armoured with a layer of plates which similar to its helmet appear like the outside of an apple. Its back is covered in a number of small spikes which are curved slightly upwards towards the top of its back which has a more intricately detailed pattern and what appears like a flower on the top of its body.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 126
186 - 233 362 - 456
Attack: 91
86 - 157 168 - 309
Defense: 85
81 - 150 157 - 295
Sp.Atk: 97
91 - 163 179 - 322
Sp.Def: 85
81 - 150 157 - 295
Speed: 36
36 - 96 69 - 188
Total: 520   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Dottler Alternate Evolution

Tristoodle [Bug/Ghost] - Invasive Pokémon

  • Ht: 9'01"
  • Wt: 136.2lbs
  • Evo From: Dottler at Lv30 when HP<50%
  • Description: Tristoodle appears to be based on a combination of insects & arachnids having elements of a ladybug like its counterpart, Orbeetle as well as Mantids, Psuedoscorpions and Weevils. The Pokémon most notably has a long proboscis like mouth, which despite appearances is actually a jaw lined with teeth which it reveals when attack. It also has two long moustache-like antennnae which run around the exterior of its eyes and along its mouth. The Pokémon's forelimbs and secondary limbs are fairly small and amount to little more than small claws and scythes on the underside of its body. Its hindlegs however are extremely long and along with its mouth form a trippodal shape. The Pokémon's back has two large plate-like wings which appear somewhat bulbous rather than the hemispherical shape of Orbeetles and appear like giant eyes. Its body colour is also a dark purple colour with silver trimmings around the various parts of its body.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 57
117 - 164 224 - 318
Attack: 60
58 - 123 112 - 240
Defense: 95
90 - 161 175 - 317
Sp.Atk: 105
99 - 172 193 - 339
Sp.Def: 105
99 - 172 193 - 339
Speed: 83
79 - 148 153 - 291
Total: 505   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Roselia Alternate Evolution

Celarosau [Grass/Steel] - Metallic Petal Pokémon

  • Ht: 2'07"
  • Wt: 75.3lbs
  • Evo From: Roselia while holding the Metal Coat
  • Description: Celarosau appears to be a fairly different evolution from Roserade for Roselia. The Pokémon's prior petal-hands have been replaced with large claw-like fingers which appear to be thorns growing out from the arms of the Pokémon. Parts of Roselia's body also appear to have become more armour like with a proper mouth guard for the Pokémon as well as large plates covering the front and back of the Pokémon, notably on the Females the plates are somewhat longer and curl upwards at the bottom due to the added length. The Pokémon's feet appear to have a three-toed shape with one large front toe similar to Roserade and two smaller back facing toes which bear similarities to the thorns on the Pokémon. The most notable of the changes however is that the head crest of the Celarosau is a vivid bouquet of Gold, Pink and Red flowers which not only cover the top of the Pokémon but also run down the back of the Pokémon's head and wrap around its neck, forming an almost chaimail helmet look.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 60
120 - 167 230 - 324
Attack: 60
58 - 123 112 - 240
Defense: 105
99 - 172 193 - 339
Sp.Atk: 110
103 - 178 202 - 350
Sp.Def: 105
99 - 172 193 - 339
Speed: 65
63 - 128 121 - 251
Total: 505   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Peatella Evolutionary Line

Peatella [Grass] - Single Pea Pokémon

  • Ht: 1'04"
  • Wt: 8.2lbs
  • Evo Into: Lathystem at Lv20
  • Description: Peatella appears to be a single pea, it has a small spherical shape with a simple face on the front, it has a small stem protruding from the top of its head which is a darker shade of green to the rest of its body, its eyes are a cyan colour and it has two short, stubby legs. The Pokémon's most defining feature is a small coat which wraps around the Pokémon which appears similar to the skin of a peapod.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 15
75 - 122 140 - 234
Attack: 73
70 - 137 135 - 269
Defense: 36
36 - 96 69 - 188
Sp.Atk: 50
49 - 112 94 - 218
Sp.Def: 40
40 - 101 76 - 196
Speed: 36
36 - 96 69 - 188
Total: 250   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Lathystem [Grass] - Pea Pod Pokémon

  • Ht: 3'05"
  • Wt: 30.5lbs
  • Evo From: Peatella at Lv20
  • Description: Lathystem is described to occur when many Peatella gather together and as a result the Pokémon appears somewhat like five Peatella stacked atop one another, the coat from its pre-evolution has developed into a longer coat with a long tail which runs along the ground, the coat appears to have buttons which appear like small leaves in betweeen each of the heads of the Pokémon. The top head has a long curled stem which splits in two at the end. The middle three heads appear to have grown arms and have the arms which although small are shown to be able to extend like whips to strike enemies, the lowers of the heads appears to have instead grown larger, having a slightly more yellow colour than the others and has four legs, though stubby like its pre-evolution.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 64
124 - 171 238 - 332
Attack: 105
99 - 172 193 - 339
Defense: 68
65 - 132 126 - 258
Sp.Atk: 85
81 - 150 157 - 295
Sp.Def: 70
67 - 134 130 - 262
Speed: 68
65 - 132 126 - 258
Total: 460   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Drednaw Evolution

Tortaicate [Water/Rock] - Lockjaw Pokémon

  • Ht: 4'01"
  • Wt: 313.7lbs
  • Evo From: Drednaw at Lv42
  • Description: Tortaicate appears as a large tortoise like Pokémon remaining quadrupedal like its pre-evolution the Pokémon has a long neck which it can retract back into its shell giving it resemblance to the Galapagos Tortoise. Its pre-evolution's horn has developed into multiple head crests which form a ridged striped covering from its nose which is more pronounced than its pre-evolution down to the back of its neck. Its shell is also considerably more rounded with the spikes jutting up and backwards more than before, with the first two having the golden colouration of the rim of its shell and having a noticeably more jagged and weathered appearance. Its arms and legs have also become more armoured with large rocky plates growing out from the Pokémon's elbow and knee joints having an appearance similar to that of a castle tower. Its tail also has grown long spines which it can use like a club, striking with remarkable power. The most notable change is the Pokémon's jaw, the jaw is much more detailed and more closely resembles rock, having a jagged appearance with uneven teeth, the jaw is also now conical in shape and has a large downward facing spike on the Pokémon's chin.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 94
154 - 201 298 - 392
Attack: 135
126 - 205 247 - 405
Defense: 83
79 - 148 153 - 291
Sp.Atk: 45
45 - 106 85 - 207
Sp.Def: 83
79 - 148 153 - 291
Speed: 70
67 - 134 130 - 262
Total: 510   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Ocuscular Evolutionary Line

Ocuscular [Water] - Crayfish Pokémon

  • Ht: 1'10"
  • Wt: 13.2lbs
  • Evo Into: Craywave via Level Up with the move Surf
  • Description: Ocuscular appears as a baby crayfish, it has very small pincers but a pair of long antennae from which it can notably blow bubbles from. The Pokémon has large stalk eyes which are mostly orange in colour with a large black pupil. Its body is split into segments with a generally brown colour towards its head which becomes a brighter orange-red colour towards its tail. The Pokémon has several pairs of legs which it uses to walk with although each are fairly short keeping its body low to the ground.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 32
92 - 139 174 - 268
Attack: 38
38 - 99 72 - 192
Defense: 45
45 - 106 85 - 207
Sp.Atk: 66
63 - 129 123 - 254
Sp.Def: 24
26 - 83 47 - 161
Speed: 15
18 - 73 31 - 141
Total: 220   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Craywave [Water] - Crayfish Pokémon

  • Ht: 2'11"
  • Wt: 50.4lbs
  • Evo From: Ocuscular via Level Up with the move Surf
  • Description: Craywave appears as a fully grown Crayfish, with a properly developed set of eight legs, allowing it to walk more easily and upright. Its large pincers have developed having distinct white spots as the base of the hinge for each pincer, it can notably compress water within the pincer through special holes in the claw and then shoot it with high precision. Its long antennae remain and now curl backwards forming a shape similar to the reins on a horse although are banded with white stripes. The Pokémon is more vividly coloured with a black front section and bright orange to bright red segments leading to the Pokémon's tail. Its head also now has a plating covering it which hangs over the Pokémon's eyes which although still stalks are much closer to the rest of its body than its pre-evolution and now have multiple colours which it is shown to be able to oscillate with to confuse enemies.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 70
130 - 177 250 - 344
Attack: 86
81 - 151 159 - 298
Defense: 90
85 - 156 166 - 306
Sp.Atk: 113
106 - 181 207 - 357
Sp.Def: 66
63 - 129 123 - 254
Speed: 60
58 - 123 112 - 240
Total: 485   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Diggtrator Evolutionary Line

Diggrator [Ground] - Digging Pokémon

  • Ht: 1'08"
  • Wt: 16.4lbs
  • Evo Into: Graverbe while holding the Protector
  • Description: Diggrator appears to be a mish-mash of mammalian animals primarily Cats, Dogs and Bears, the Pokémon has a small quadrupedal build with short legs although clearly defined joints in each leg. Its body is mostly a light cream colour although with stripes along its back which run down the sides of its limbs. It has non-retractable claws on each paw which are long like a bear's although are close together forms a digging-scoop like paw allowing the Pokémon to burrow easily. its face is similar to that of a dog's having a longer snout with a small black nose, its ears are pricked upwards like a Doberman's although can fold backwards preventing them from getting dirt. It has a relatively long tail, roughly as long as its torso which has a drill on the tip which it is able to use to attack.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 45
105 - 152 200 - 294
Attack: 44
44 - 105 83 - 205
Defense: 85
81 - 150 157 - 295
Sp.Atk: 34
35 - 94 65 - 183
Sp.Def: 62
60 - 125 116 - 245
Speed: 30
31 - 90 58 - 174
Total: 300   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Graverbe [Ground] - Excavator Pokémon

  • Ht: 4'03"
  • Wt: 107.3lbs
  • Evo From: Diggrator while holding the Protector
  • Description: Appearing as a fully grown quadrupedal, Graverbe has a much more muscular build than its pre-evolution with its forelimbs being slightly longer than its hindlimbs giving it an angled back, its fur is a bit longer than its pre-evolutions having a slightly shaggy appearance particularly around the limbs, with the joints being a bit more concealed than its pre-evolution. The claws are now much larger and wrap around most of the paw forming a large armour-like plate and have generally wider tips giving it an appearance closer to a digger claw. The Pokémon's tail is shorter in relation to the rest of its body although considerably larger with the drill having spikes covering much of it.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 74
134 - 181 258 - 352
Attack: 91
86 - 157 168 - 309
Defense: 120
112 - 189 220 - 372
Sp.Atk: 72
69 - 136 134 - 267
Sp.Def: 88
83 - 154 162 - 302
Speed: 60
58 - 123 112 - 240
Total: 505   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Dacomotor Evolutionary Line

Dacomotor [Electric] - Pokémon

  • Ht: 1'00"
  • Wt: 4.6lbs
  • Evo Into: Synclator at Lv22
  • Description: This Pokémon appears as a small mouse-like Pokémon having large ears and a rounded snout iwth large black eyes which sometimes have a stripe of electricity run over them. The Pokémon has a remarkably long tail which it can coil up and spin to generate electricity, it has a blade-like tuft of fur on the tip which becomes hardened when generating electricity. Its front limbs are very short and so the Pokémon will usually stand bipedally on its larger hindlegs which have long feet with three digits on each foot.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 20
80 - 127 150 - 244
Attack: 36
36 - 96 69 - 188
Defense: 52
51 - 114 98 - 223
Sp.Atk: 50
49 - 112 94 - 218
Sp.Def: 32
33 - 92 62 - 179
Speed: 35
36 - 95 67 - 185
Total: 225   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Synclator [Electric/Rock] - Pokémon

  • Ht: 1'08"
  • Wt: 12.3lbs
  • Evo From: Dacomotor at Lv22
  • Evo Into: Phasivoltor at Lv34
  • Description: As the Pokémon evolves, its whiskers which were previously extremely short become noticeably longer and thicker, forming jagged shaped jutting out from its snouth. Its ears become more sharpened with a pointed tip rather than the rounded tip of its pre-evolution, in addition the Pokéon has small spines growing from its back that appear to be ferrous dust, forming a mixture of dusty red and black spikes on it. The Pokémon's tail also has this dual-colour to it although the tuft of fur on the end remains a distinctive brown colour. Its legs are shown to be more developed, able to jump a considerable distance by generating electricity before jumping.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 44
104 - 151 198 - 292
Attack: 48
47 - 110 90 - 214
Defense: 80
76 - 145 148 - 284
Sp.Atk: 100
94 - 167 184 - 328
Sp.Def: 45
45 - 106 85 - 207
Speed: 58
56 - 121 108 - 236
Total: 375   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Phasivoltor [Electric/Rock] - Pokémon

  • Ht: 2'04"
  • Wt: 35.9lbs
  • Evo From: Synclator at Lv34
  • Description: The Pokémon appears to be considerably larger than its pre-evolutions, having a more bulky appearance with a slightly shorter snout relative to its overall body size, its whiskers have forms into four large jagged whiskers which move backwards along its body, the whiskers remain stationary although periodically whne a jolt of electricity courses through its body they twitch rapidly. The spines on its back are considerably larger and now form stripes similar to that of sedimentary rocks with red, orange, cream and black patterns throughout, the largest spines are located just above its hind legs which have grown a fourth digit which functions similar to a thumb increasing the Pokémon's balance. Its tail also appears to have grown large copper-like rings around it which let out sparks of electricity while the Pokémon is idle.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 64
124 - 171 238 - 332
Attack: 60
58 - 123 112 - 240
Defense: 103
97 - 170 189 - 335
Sp.Atk: 150
139 - 222 274 - 438
Sp.Def: 57
55 - 119 107 - 234
Speed: 60
58 - 123 112 - 240
Total: 494   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Yamper Alternate Evolutions

Statheruff [Electric/Fairy] - Herding Dog Pokémon

  • Ht: 5'07"
  • Wt: 118.3lbs
  • Evo From: Yamper at Lv25 while holding holding the Whipped Dream
  • Description: Statheruff is based on an Old English Sheepdog, the Pokémon has an incredibly thick fur coat that covers malmost its entire body save for the tip of its snout. Its fur is a beautiful golden-pink colour and glistens in sunlight. The Pokémon has a pink button nose and like Yamper before it has a heart shaped patch of fur (in this case white fur) on its rear end. When it attacks the player can see the Statheruff's eyes which are shown to be light green similar to Yamper's but with heart-shaped whites instead of Yamper's diamond-shaped whites.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 154
214 - 261 418 - 512
Attack: 55
54 - 117 103 - 229
Defense: 60
58 - 123 112 - 240
Sp.Atk: 85
81 - 150 157 - 295
Sp.Def: 100
94 - 167 184 - 328
Speed: 36
36 - 96 69 - 188
Total: 490   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Mastimesa [Electric/Ground] - Powerful Dog Pokémon

  • Ht: 5'02"
  • Wt: 492.1lbs
  • Evo From: Yamper at Lv25 while holding the Protector
  • Description: Mastimesa is based on the English Mastiff, the Pokémon has a dark brown coat of fur with a black snout and ears and yellow underbelly, the unberbelly's pattern is in the shape of a lightning bolt. The Pokémon's ears can flick up revealing a light blue interior colour. The Pokémon has a large lightning-bolt shaped tail that is described as being as strong as a club when striking opponents. Its claws are quite large for the Pokémon and appear to generate static electricity.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 69
129 - 176 248 - 342
Attack: 140
130 - 211 256 - 416
Defense: 100
94 - 167 184 - 328
Sp.Atk: 50
49 - 112 94 - 218
Sp.Def: 60
58 - 123 112 - 240
Speed: 71
68 - 135 132 - 265
Total: 490   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Arhrorn Evolutionary Line

Arhrorn [Fighting] - Pokémon

  • Ht: 1'00"
  • Wt: 12.6lbs
  • Evo Into: Huntrabrush by KO'ing 50 Pokémon
  • Description: Arhrorn and its evolution Huntrabrush are based on the mythical spectre known as Herne the Hunter. Arhrorn appears as a humanoid creature, draped in what appears to be leaves and vines forming a sort of cloak, the Pokémon has short but sharp claws and can create a bow out of thin air to strike at enemies. The Pokémon has most of its details concealed by its cloak however it can be seen that the Pokémon has a serpent-like snout that ends in a rounded point and appears to have paint-like markings on its face, it has two large golden eyes with slit pupils similar to that of a cat and it has short and simplistic limbs excluding the claws on its hands.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 59
119 - 166 228 - 322
Attack: 105
99 - 172 193 - 339
Defense: 40
40 - 101 76 - 196
Sp.Atk: 48
47 - 110 90 - 214
Sp.Def: 43
43 - 104 81 - 203
Speed: 75
72 - 139 139 - 273
Total: 370   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Huntrabrush [Fighting/Ghost] - Pokémon

  • Ht: 6'06"
  • Wt: 114.8lbs
  • Evo From: Arhrorn by KO'ing 50 Pokémon
  • Description: Huntrabrush is a much more detailed Pokémon than its pre-evolution, the Pokémon now appears as a centaur and has a much larger framge appearing similar to that of an adult human, the Pokémon has two large antlers which protrude from its cloak which covers the upper half of its body. The lower limbs appear like horse legs however end in points rather than hooves, it is noted however that there are small hooks on the end of each foot. The Pokémon's face is covered by a skull-like mask with the exception of the tip of its snout and its eyes. The Pokémon is shown to carry a horn-like device around itself which billows smoke from within. In addition the Pokémon is shown to have chains wrapped around its lower body.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 73
133 - 180 256 - 350
Attack: 115
108 - 183 211 - 361
Defense: 67
64 - 130 125 - 256
Sp.Atk: 62
60 - 125 116 - 245
Sp.Def: 70
67 - 134 130 - 262
Speed: 93
88 - 159 171 - 313
Total: 480   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Calcelavee Evolutionary Line

Calcelavee [Poison] - Foul Pokémon

  • Ht: 3'03"
  • Wt: 70.4lbs
  • Evo Into: Nuckevile at Lv27
  • Description: Calcelavee and its evolution Nuckevile are based on the mythical creature, the Nuckelavee. The Pokémon appears as a six limbed creature, with four upper limbs and two lower limbs and has a split face with three eyes and two mouths. The heads appear to be a bit of a mix between a human and a horse with a longer jaw but also larger eyes. The Pokémon is a faded magenta colour with black stripes along parts of its body. The Pokémon is able to stand on its legs or can run by using its primary arms similar to a gorilla, despite this the Pokémon is not particularly muscular.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 60
120 - 167 230 - 324
Attack: 52
51 - 114 98 - 223
Defense: 52
51 - 114 98 - 223
Sp.Atk: 56
54 - 118 105 - 232
Sp.Def: 21
23 - 80 42 - 155
Speed: 59
57 - 122 110 - 238
Total: 300   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Nuckevile [Poison] - Vile Pokémon

  • Ht: 5'03"
  • Wt: 156.1lbs
  • Evo From: Calcelavee at Lv27
  • Description: Nuckevile shares many of the design traits of its predecessor, however Nuckevile also has a distinctive amount of black hair along its body, forming a long ponytail from its head and having stripes of long hair on its four arms. The Pokémon also has a tail similar to that of a horse. Its body is more muscular and appears to have grown bony armour on parts of it particularly around the torso, shoulders and arms.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 88
148 - 195 286 - 380
Attack: 71
68 - 135 132 - 265
Defense: 72
69 - 136 134 - 267
Sp.Atk: 103
97 - 170 189 - 335
Sp.Def: 43
43 - 104 81 - 203
Speed: 98
92 - 165 180 - 324
Total: 475   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Pandula Evolutionary Line

Pandula [Grass] - Cub Pokémon

  • Ht: 2'00"
  • Wt: 37.2lbs
  • Evo Into: Lavenbear with the Leaf Stone
  • Description: Pandula appears as a small panda bear-like Pokémon, it has a simplistic design although has identifiable digits on each limb with three rounded fingers and a thumb. The Pokémon has adorned its body in bamboo-like armour which has rooted into the Pokémon as shown by vines extending from the Bamboo which turn into the black and white fur of the Pokémon. These armour plates appear on the Pokémon's arms and legs. Pandula also has a small lilypad located on the top of its head which appears to function as a sort of helmet, it has a small pink and yellow flower that has already bloomed. The Pokémon's fur pattern is shaped similar to the petals of flowers with white spots in the middle of the black petal-like patterns.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 70
130 - 177 250 - 344
Attack: 61
59 - 124 114 - 243
Defense: 30
31 - 90 58 - 174
Sp.Atk: 38
38 - 99 72 - 192
Sp.Def: 64
62 - 127 119 - 249
Speed: 32
33 - 92 62 - 179
Total: 295   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Lavenbear [Grass/Fighting] - Aromatic Pokémon

  • Ht: 5'11"
  • Wt: 351.3lbs
  • Evo From: Pandula with the Leaf Stone
  • Description: Lavenbear appears to be based on an adult Panda, like its pre-evolution it has bamboo-like armour adorning much of its body it is shown to have grown lavender flowers on this armour which forms a thick hair-like armour on top of the bamboo. The Pokémon's black fur has also become more indigo in colour while its white fur has become more cream in colour. The Pokémon's lilypad is retained although now wraps around the head of the Pokémon and has a crown of lavenders with the original flower in the middle. The most notable change is on the Pokémon's back where the fur has elongated turning different shades of green at the tips forming a grassy cloak for the Pokémon.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 132
192 - 239 374 - 468
Attack: 77
73 - 141 143 - 278
Defense: 64
62 - 127 119 - 249
Sp.Atk: 68
65 - 132 126 - 258
Sp.Def: 84
80 - 149 155 - 293
Speed: 65
63 - 128 121 - 251
Total: 490   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Agitacub Evolutionary Line

Agitacub [Dark] - Agitacub Pokémon

  • Ht: 1'11"
  • Wt: 29.2lbs
  • Evo Into: Dagradger at Lv26
  • Description: Agitacub is based on a baby badger, the Pokémon has brown fur which is divided into stripes along its body although the difference between the light and dark sections is not much. The Pokémon's paws are completely devoid of fur and have a bright pink colour to them with small claws protruding from each digit, the underside of its paws are marked with a footprint pattern. It has a dark brown nose at the end of its snout which is relatively short compared to a real badger and it has large rounded ears.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 31
91 - 138 172 - 266
Attack: 56
54 - 118 105 - 232
Defense: 25
27 - 84 49 - 163
Sp.Atk: 48
47 - 110 90 - 214
Sp.Def: 35
36 - 95 67 - 185
Speed: 40
40 - 101 76 - 196
Total: 235   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Dagradger [Dark] - Dagradger Pokémon

  • Ht: 3'07"
  • Wt: 55.6lbs
  • Evo From: Agitacub at Lv26
  • Description: Dagradger appears as an adult Badger, its back is covered in mostly a dark, almost black fur while it has white stripes along its face which are patterned to make it look more aggressive. The Pokémon's limbs are fairly short but very will built, its pawns being considerably larger and black in colour with large, sharp claws on each of its five digits (per limb). The Pokémon's ears are pricked backwards although are still rounded but slightly elongated. The most defining trait of this Pokémon is that on its arms the Pokémon has bright red stripes of fur which seem to be for intimidation.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 68
128 - 175 246 - 340
Attack: 101
95 - 168 186 - 331
Defense: 68
65 - 132 126 - 258
Sp.Atk: 79
75 - 144 146 - 282
Sp.Def: 71
68 - 135 132 - 265
Speed: 73
70 - 137 135 - 269
Total: 460   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Psyoshe Evolutionary Line

Psyoshe [Psychic] - Psyoshe Pokémon

  • Ht: 0'08"
  • Wt: 4.6lbs
  • Evo Into: Pulsavole at Lv26
  • Description: Psyoshe is based on a baby vole, it has a small, mouselike body with very small limbs, the Pokémon is shown to stay on the brink of sleep most of the time keeping its eyes closed. The Pokémon has a generally grey fur although its underbelly as well as its limbs have white fur on them. It also has a somewhat long, hairless tail which has distinctive purple rings that orbit it, these seem to be manifested by the Pokémon itself and allow it to float as when it faints they disappear.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 30
90 - 137 170 - 264
Attack: 36
36 - 96 69 - 188
Defense: 42
42 - 103 80 - 201
Sp.Atk: 50
49 - 112 94 - 218
Sp.Def: 50
49 - 112 94 - 218
Speed: 27
28 - 86 53 - 168
Total: 235   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Pulsavole [Psychic] - Future Sight Pokémon

  • Ht: 2'04"
  • Wt: 21.3lbs
  • Evo From: Psyoshe at Lv26
  • Description: Pulsavole is based on an adult Vole, the Pokémon has a much more brown, almost golden colouration in its fur compared to its pre-evolution and its rear now has white fur on it in addition to its underbelly and limbs. Its are more developed having two long claws which it uses for attacking, the Pokémon is also shown to have golden teeth which have a metallic shine. Its tail has tufts of fur forming rings in between the purple rings of energy which are now accompanied by smaller pink rings. The Pokémon's body is also more stocky being larger in relation to its head.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 63
123 - 170 236 - 330
Attack: 72
69 - 136 134 - 267
Defense: 79
75 - 144 146 - 282
Sp.Atk: 93
88 - 159 171 - 313
Sp.Def: 95
90 - 161 175 - 317
Speed: 58
56 - 121 108 - 236
Total: 460   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Slurpuff Evolution

Macacreme [Fairy] - Macaron Pokémon

  • Ht: 6'03"
  • Wt: 182.6lbs
  • Evo From: Slurpuff at Lv45
  • Description: Macacreme appears similar to its pre-evolution having a vaguely dog-like appearance but being based on sweets. Macacreme is shown to have long hair-like ears which have a cream coloured interior to them. The red sphere from Slurpuff has broken open and spread over much of the Pokémon's head forming a helmet-like piece for the Pokémon, it has also moved down the back of the Pokémon forming two coat tails that wave in the wind. The Pokémon's limbs are more developed with it having distinguishable joints in each limb, and have large club-like hands with claws that seem to be made out of the same hardened material as its helmet. The Pokémon's body is overall much longer, appearing somewhat like stretched dough in a way, the red and white pattern from its pre-evolution now forms swirls on its body and forms a sort of dress for the Pokémon with its feet just slightly visible beneath its torso.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 96
156 - 203 302 - 396
Attack: 81
77 - 146 150 - 287
Defense: 70
67 - 134 130 - 262
Sp.Atk: 121
113 - 190 222 - 375
Sp.Def: 62
60 - 125 116 - 245
Speed: 80
76 - 145 148 - 284
Total: 510   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Thodornli Evolutionary Line

Thodornli [Poison/Ground] - Runic Pokémon

  • Ht: 1'00"
  • Wt: 19.8lbs
  • Evo Into: Terearitt at Lv31
  • Description: Thodornli appears as a small hexapedal creature with short stubby limbs and a predominantly purple and yellow colour scheme, the Pokémon's body is rounded and teardrop shaped with a small tail, its head is shaped similar to that of a dragon having rounded features and a generally flatter face. Its eyes are pricked up and when its sleeping are shown to be able to completely collapse into its head forming two psuedo-eyes on the surface. The most distinguishing feature of this Pokémon is the large earthy slab of rock on its back with a runic symbol engraved into it, when the Pokémon attacks this symbol glows.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 66
126 - 173 242 - 336
Attack: 14
17 - 72 29 - 139
Defense: 54
53 - 116 101 - 227
Sp.Atk: 92
87 - 158 170 - 311
Sp.Def: 49
48 - 111 92 - 216
Speed: 35
36 - 95 67 - 185
Total: 310   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Terearitt [Poison/Ground] - Runic Pokémon

  • Ht: 3'07"
  • Wt: 199.5lbs
  • Evo From: Thodornli at Lv31
  • Description: Like its pre-evolution, Terearitt is a hexapedal creature, although is considerably larger and has more well-developed limbs with a scaled pattern on its underside and the medial facing side of its legs. It also has three toes on each foot which appear as rounded claws. The Pokémon's earthly slab has become a bowl-like shape with its pre-evolution's symbol forming a pattern around the bowl's rim while a new symbol is adorned in the middle of the bowl, it seems to be able to fill this bowl with a poisonous liquid. The Pokémon's tail is also a bit longer having a single spike on the end.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 86
146 - 193 282 - 376
Attack: 27
28 - 86 53 - 168
Defense: 81
77 - 146 150 - 287
Sp.Atk: 134
125 - 204 245 - 403
Sp.Def: 77
73 - 141 143 - 278
Speed: 65
63 - 128 121 - 251
Total: 470   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Cubrass Evolutionary Line

Cubrass [Ground] - Playful Pokémon

  • Ht: 1'00"
  • Wt: 20.3lbs
  • Evo Into: Leostronal at Lv24
  • Description: Cubrass appears as a small Lion Cub Pokémon, it has a black and orange pattern with the orange appearing as large rings and ornate armour on the Pokémon's body that appear to be made of copper. The Pokémon's face would have a somewhat long snout similar to that of a dog's and it would have short round ears with a pink-red interior. The Pokémon's tail would be mostly black with a tuft of fur that's shaped like a boulder on the end that is light brown in colour. The Pokémon would have large forward facing eyes and two small fangs visible protruding from its upper jaw.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 20
80 - 127 150 - 244
Attack: 50
49 - 112 94 - 218
Defense: 44
44 - 105 83 - 205
Sp.Atk: 28
29 - 88 54 - 170
Sp.Def: 32
33 - 92 62 - 179
Speed: 31
32 - 91 60 - 177
Total: 205   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Leostronal [Ground] - Pride Pokémon

  • Ht: 2'11"
  • Wt: 40.4lbs
  • Evo From: Cubrass at Lv24
  • Evo Into: Pagardlion via Level Up with the move King's Shield
  • Description: Lestronal appears as an adolescent lion, the males and females of the species have a partial mane grown, although the males is significantly longer reaching down to the bottom of the Pokémon's chest. Its body colour now has rings of golden fur that have formed giving it an appearance similar to a Leopard. The Pokémon has a much larger build and the armour appears to cover more of the body forming gauntlet-like features around the Pokémon's paws as well as having a stripe of armour running down its back to the start of its tail. The Pokémon's tail is shown to have several tufts of fur increasing in size towards the tip which now has what appears to be a mixture of brown and black fur with the black fur looking like coal jutting out from the end of the tuft.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 41
101 - 148 192 - 286
Attack: 105
99 - 172 193 - 339
Defense: 91
86 - 157 168 - 309
Sp.Atk: 45
45 - 106 85 - 207
Sp.Def: 47
46 - 108 89 - 212
Speed: 61
59 - 124 114 - 243
Total: 390   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Pagardlion [Ground/Psychic] - Pride Pokémon

  • Ht: 8'03"
  • Wt: 299.6lbs
  • Evo From: Leostronal via Level Up with the move King's Shield
  • Description: Pagardlion appears a fully grown lion, sharing many of the features of that animal, likes its pre-evolutions however the Pokémon is shown to have a predominantly black fur pattern with a longer snout similar to that of a dog. The male and female's manes also vary in size with the males being noticeably larger and appearing to have a second mane behind it. The Mane has changed significantly from its pre-evolution however, being golden with pink-purple tips on the end, when it assumes different forms the shape of the man will change. The Pokémon's armour-like coverings also have increased now appearing to form large plate-like structures around the Pokémon's limbs and building on the claws forming large sharp serrated structures. It also has a head dressing similar to that of a Pharaoh's headdress, although without the serpentine head-crest.

Star Mane

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 82
142 - 189 274 - 368
Attack: 130
121 - 200 238 - 394
Defense: 102
96 - 169 188 - 333
Sp.Atk: 66
63 - 129 123 - 254
Sp.Def: 64
62 - 127 119 - 249
Speed: 91
86 - 157 168 - 309
Total: 535   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Whirl Mane

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 82
142 - 189 274 - 368
Attack: 70
67 - 134 130 - 262
Defense: 162
150 - 235 296 - 465
Sp.Atk: 6
9 - 63 15 - 122
Sp.Def: 124
116 - 193 227 - 381
Speed: 91
86 - 157 168 - 309
Total: 535   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Domural Evolutionary Line

Domural [Psychic] - Spirit Needle Pokémon

  • Ht: 1'04"
  • Wt: 0.2lbs
  • Evo Into: Temavillion at Lv38 while holding the Reaper Cloth 
  • Description: Domural appears as a humanoid creature, it has a fairly basic body shape with simple rounded limbs that end in needle-like claws with rings where they intersect with the Pokémon's body, the Pokémon's body is suggested to be only a vessel the real Pokémon inhabits and a seam-line can be seen running up the side of the Pokémon although is mostly obscured by a white cloak made of hair that wraps around its body except for its arms and legs. The Pokémon has large circular eyes with bright pink pupils, the Pokémon's body is mostly a faded indigo in colour although is more blue closer to its torso region.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 55
115 - 162 220 - 314
Attack: 24
26 - 83 47 - 161
Defense: 30
31 - 90 58 - 174
Sp.Atk: 58
56 - 121 108 - 236
Sp.Def: 63
61 - 126 117 - 247
Speed: 20
22 - 79 40 - 152
Total: 250   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Temavillion [Psychic/Ghost] - Spirit Weaver Pokémon

  • Ht: 6'11"
  • Wt: 1.9lbs
  • Evo From: Domural at Lv38 while holding the Reaper Cloth
  • Description: Unlike its pre-evolution, Temavillion appears as a humanoid spectre, having cast off its shell, the Pokémon wears its old body like a cape that hangs from its back with the limbs forming tails wwith a single large needle piercing each one. The Pokémon is shown to retain the hair-cloak from its pre-evolution although is now a mixture of Dark Indigo and White in colouation, the Pokémon's body is more spindly in shape and has four arms which each hold a thread spool, string or needle in them, its face is also more monstrous appearing to have teeth that splay out from its mouth similar to that of an Oni and has more cat-like eyes although retains the bright pink pupils of its pre-evolution.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 91
151 - 198 292 - 386
Attack: 37
37 - 97 71 - 190
Defense: 81
77 - 146 150 - 287
Sp.Atk: 136
126 - 206 249 - 408
Sp.Def: 85
81 - 150 157 - 295
Speed: 55
54 - 117 103 - 229
Total: 485   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Warallore Evolutionary Line

Warallore [Fairy/Steel] - Protector Pokémon

  • Ht: 2'05"
  • Wt: 40.1lbs
  • Evo Into: Fortiadow at Lv33
  • Description: Warallore is a humanoid Pokémon with a fairly slim build, the Pokémon is shown to have long slightly bulbous arms with three clawed digits on the end of each, the Pokémon's body is covered in large plate-like armour that forms a shape when it guards itself similar to a tower, the Pokémon's face has four eyes, two large egg-shaped eyes with large blue pupils and two smaller spherical eyes with a completely blue colour and a dark blue pupil. The Pokémon appears to have a bell-shaped body with short stubby legs protruding from the base, its legs split into two toes that angle out from each leg and lean slightly forward, this allows the Pokémon to bounce in place.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 10
70 - 117 130 - 224
Attack: 55
54 - 117 103 - 229
Defense: 105
99 - 172 193 - 339
Sp.Atk: 20
22 - 79 40 - 152
Sp.Def: 55
54 - 117 103 - 229
Speed: 25
27 - 84 49 - 163
Total: 270   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Fortiadow [Fairy/Steel] - Protector Pokémon

  • Ht: 5'10"
  • Wt: 135.2lbs
  • Evo From: Warallore at Lv33
  • Description: Fortiadow appears much larger than its pre-evolution, the Pokémon has a larger build appearing more well rounded with an upper torso shaped like a spinning top while its lower body is again shaped like a bell. The Pokémon's armour plating when guarding now forms what appears to be a complete castle, the top of its head and shoulers form multiple tower peaks, in addition the back of the Pokémon has four large spikes jutting out that protect the Pokémon from ambush attacks. Its claws are somewhat larger than its pre-evolutions, forming a more angular shape and its torso is more complex in detailing with frills adorning the edges of the torso sections.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 50
110 - 157 210 - 304
Attack: 96
90 - 162 177 - 320
Defense: 121
113 - 190 222 - 375
Sp.Atk: 49
48 - 111 92 - 216
Sp.Def: 94
89 - 160 173 - 315
Speed: 75
72 - 139 139 - 273
Total: 485   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Puffabub Evolutionary Line

Puffabub [Water] - Bubble Coat Pokémon

  • Ht: 1'00"
  • Wt: 9.2lbs
  • Evo Into: Bublsya at Lv21
  • Description: Puffabub and its evolutions are based on the Puffin, in Puffabub's case it is based on the immature Puffin, having scruffy feathers that are a mixture of light beige and dark navy blue in colouration, the Pokémon has large eyes with an almost completely filled pupil and a small light blue iris around the rim forming a distinct ring for the Pokémon. The Pokémon also has the signature multi-coloured beak of its real-life counterpart with a mostly orange colour with a small red line before a black tip. The Pokémon's wings are very underdeveloped having little more than two small stubs with a single flight-feather jutting out from each stub, its legs are also quite small, mostly concealed by its body feathers with two small black webbed feet with four toes on each.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 68
128 - 175 246 - 340
Attack: 32
33 - 92 62 - 179
Defense: 34
35 - 94 65 - 183
Sp.Atk: 34
35 - 94 65 - 183
Sp.Def: 38
38 - 99 72 - 192
Speed: 39
39 - 100 74 - 194
Total: 245   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Bublsya [Water] - Bubble Coat Pokémon

  • Ht: 2'11"
  • Wt: 39.1lbs
  • Evo From: Puffabub at Lv21
  • Evo Into: Hydroffin at Lv40
  • Description: Bublsya is based on a fully grown Puffin in contrast to its pre-evolution, much of its feathers are laid down against its body and it has a much more distinctly blue colouration to its navy blue feathers, the Pokémon has a series of bubbles running down from the back of its beak to its shoulders which form a ring and are light blue in colour although the time of day can make them appear purple or pink. The Pokémon's beak have developed and now has a striped pattern swapping between orange and black twice with red and yellow stripes separating each section. The Pokémon eyes are also smaller in relation to its overall size and its pupils are considerably smaller making the light blue iris the larges part of the eye now.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 92
152 - 199 294 - 388
Attack: 44
44 - 105 83 - 205
Defense: 60
58 - 123 112 - 240
Sp.Atk: 60
58 - 123 112 - 240
Sp.Def: 62
60 - 125 116 - 245
Speed: 67
64 - 130 125 - 256
Total: 385   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Hydroffin [Water] - Ocean Coat Pokémon

  • Ht: 4'03"
  • Wt: 60.5lbs
  • Evo From: Bublsya at Lv40
  • Description: Hydroffin is physically similar to Bublsya in its build, although has more developed wings, which although incapable of flight provide it with significant protection from damage. The bubbles of its pre-evolution had developed more and form a crest around the Pokémon's eyes as well as its beak and neck, in addition the bubbles now cover part of its upper chest and have various sizes with a particularly large bubble located directly below its beak. The Pokémon also now has a single long feather that starts at the top of its head and follows its back all the way to its short tail which is a noticeable azure colour. The Pokémon's beak is longer than its pre-evolutions having a third stripe, in addition its eyes appear more stern with it having a natural confident look compared to the more neutral look of Bublsya. The Pokémon's feet have turned orange in colour and it has large white claws on the end of each toe now as well.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 121
181 - 228 352 - 446
Attack: 56
54 - 118 105 - 232
Defense: 77
73 - 141 143 - 278
Sp.Atk: 80
76 - 145 148 - 284
Sp.Def: 89
84 - 155 164 - 304
Speed: 92
87 - 158 170 - 311
Total: 515   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Falinks Evolutionary Line

Chaini [Fighting] - Kinship Pokémon

  • Ht: 1'04"
  • Wt: 18.3 lbs
  • Evo Into: Falinks via Level Up with the move Helping Hand
  • Description: Chaini appears as a single creature, a small simplistic creature with a mostly gold coloured body with two black circles which form its face and smaller blue-white eyes within. The Pokémon has a small red horn protruding from its head although it is rounded, Chaini also has two small red protrusions from the side of its body which function like extremely simplistic hands. The Pokémon's gold segments appear banded with a stripe along the mid-section of the Pokémon wrapping around its body although the colour of the band is not different. Its stubby feet have no toes but the underside of the foot is white.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 45
105 - 152 200 - 294
Attack: 72
69 - 136 134 - 267
Defense: 32
33 - 92 62 - 179
Sp.Atk: 32
33 - 92 62 - 179
Sp.Def: 15
18 - 73 31 - 141
Speed: 55
54 - 117 103 - 229
Total: 251   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Araclash [Fighting/Steel] - One-Man Army Pokémon

  • Ht: 4'02"
  • Wt: 127.4lbs
  • Evo From: Falinks if Friendship is <128 at Lv42
  • Description: Araclash returns to the single creature, however is much larger than its predecessors, an Araclash has detailed Bronze and Gold armour covering its body forming spikes protrusions along its back and has spiral patterns throughout. The Pokémon appears to have some sort of mouth guard covering the lower-half of its face now which is white in contrast to its armour and swings as the Pokémon is idle. The black hemispheres which make up its face now have two small black slits protruding from the top of each hemisphere giving the Pokémon a scarred appearance, in addition its iris are now a magenta colour instead of light blue. The horn on its head has developed into a large pair of horns which curve upwards and backwards, the two are connected by red plates which run down towards the back of the Pokémon. One of its shields has grown much larger than the other effectively allowing the Pokémon to protect its entire body, this shield also has four additional spikes appearing around the original making it appear like a Targe, it also has additional rings of white and gold along it. The other shield has formed into a blade-like arm having a triangular shape with a rounded top, the shape has lead to v-shaped stripes forming on the arm. The Pokémon's legs are also a bit more developed showing three claw-like toes on each foot which run up to the Pokémon's body.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 66
126 - 173 242 - 336
Attack: 127
118 - 196 233 - 388
Defense: 107
100 - 174 197 - 344
Sp.Atk: 76
72 - 140 141 - 276
Sp.Def: 67
64 - 130 125 - 256
Speed: 78
74 - 143 144 - 280
Total: 521   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Gladigonix [Fighting] - Formation Pokémon

  • Ht: 19'08"
  • Wt: 232.4lbs
  • Evo From: Falinks if Friendship >128 at Lv42
  • Description: Gladigonix appears as twelve creatures aligned in a 3x4 arrangement, similar to Falinks, the leader is denoted by a larger headcrest as well as more intricately detailed armour. The Pokémon's body is covered in brilliant stripes of silver, red and gold with many of the features of its pre-evolution being retained. The headcrest is no longer a spike but rather a mohawk, the leader's mohawk having white stripes along it. The shields have also been reshaped during the evolution resulting in large rectangular shields for the creatures on the side of the formation. The rest of the Pokémon's limbs have formed into long spears with shield-like discs on the end with the red spikes from their prior evolution being retained.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 95
155 - 202 300 - 394
Attack: 104
98 - 171 191 - 337
Defense: 102
96 - 169 188 - 333
Sp.Atk: 76
72 - 140 141 - 276
Sp.Def: 70
67 - 134 130 - 262
Speed: 74
71 - 138 137 - 271
Total: 521   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Drampa Evolution

Zhularate [Normal/Dragon] - Elegance Pokémon

  • Ht: 22'03"
  • Wt: 524.3lbs
  • Evo From: Drampa at Lv45
  • Description: Zhularate continues with its pre-evolution appearing as a somewhat serpentine draconic Pokémon, the Pokémon has a significantly longer body than its pre-evolution and had bulbous sections where its limbs and important organs are located. The Pokémon shares the bluish-green skin tone of its pre-evolution and the light cream coloured fur covering its body. The fur now forms long flowing segments along its body which partially conceal the distinctive parts of its body by being especially thick around the thinner regions of the Pokémon. Its face is more developed and detailed, having long flowing whiskers that run down past the bottom of its face and form into small curls with yellow orbs on the end which can glow. Its eyes are more complex having a serpentine iris with a small pink pupil. The Pokémon has long hair around its head such that when it is standing idly it appears as long flowing hair which wraps around the Pokémon's neck as a sort of cloak. Its arms are again covered in fur although the fur is now finer appearing closer to wings when it is walking or flying. Its two claws also protrude out from its fur now appearing more clearly. Its long brush-like tail is retained and now appears as three bulbous sections each flicking off into tips that are layered on top of one another.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 93
153 - 200 296 - 390
Attack: 60
58 - 123 112 - 240
Defense: 97
91 - 163 179 - 322
Sp.Atk: 150
139 - 222 274 - 438
Sp.Def: 97
91 - 163 179 - 322
Speed: 43
43 - 104 81 - 203
Total: 540   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Fiercline Evolutionary Line

Fiercline [Normal/Fighting] - Feline Pokémon

  • Ht: 1'08"
  • Wt: 22.0lbs
  • Evo Into: Wilazor at Lv33
  • Description: Fiercline appears as a small bipedal feline, its body is covered in a light cream pattern with spotty-stripes along its body which are a dark orange-red in colouration. These spots become bands of long fur around its wrists and ankles. The Pokémon also has a very short tail with a small tuft of the darker fur on the tip. Fiercline's have patches of white fur around their face which extenuate their eyes and ears making them look larger as well as a smaller spot above each eye. The Pokémon's overall physique is fairly well built with muscular arms and upper-legs.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 32
92 - 139 174 - 268
Attack: 75
72 - 139 139 - 273
Defense: 38
38 - 99 72 - 192
Sp.Atk: 35
36 - 95 67 - 185
Sp.Def: 25
27 - 84 49 - 163
Speed: 55
54 - 117 103 - 229
Total: 260   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Wilazor [Normal/Fighting] - Sharp Claw Pokémon

  • Ht: 4'03"
  • Wt: 77.3lbs
  • Evo From: Fiercline at Lv33
  • Description: appearing as a much more developed looking Pokémon, Wilazor alternate between a quadrupedal and bipedal stance, they maintain their bipedal stance when idle or searching whereas will move on all fours when chasing or attacking. Much like their pre-evolution their fur is mostly a mix of light cream and dark orange-red fur with long bands of fur covering parts of its body to look like fighting attire, in addition to the wrist and foot bands which now extend up to the elbow and ankles of the Pokémon respectively it also has a band around its waist that looks like a martial arts belt, in addition the Pokémon has four long bands running down from the top of its back which it uses while moving. Wilazor has also grown a long blade-shaped mane around the sides of its face to intimidate predators, similar to some of the other fur on its face this mane is white. Wilazor's tail is slightly longer than its pre-evolutions and like the Pokémon's lower arms and feet has a band of long fur wrapped around it.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 72
132 - 179 254 - 348
Attack: 109
102 - 177 200 - 348
Defense: 83
79 - 148 153 - 291
Sp.Atk: 72
69 - 136 134 - 267
Sp.Def: 53
52 - 115 99 - 225
Speed: 106
99 - 173 195 - 342
Total: 495   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Chikawyrm Evolutionary Line

Chikawyrm [Dragon] - Feathered Pokémon

  • Ht: 2'04"
  • Wt: 51.6lbs
  • Evo Into: Cluckalisk at Lv37 while holding Dragon Scale
  • Description: Chikawyrm and its evolution are based in the mythological creature known as a Basilisk. The Pokémon has the body of a chicken with an elongated tail which coils around the Pokémon. Its head, legs and tail are all a light turquoise colour with its feathers having a white-cream colouration to them, in addition the Pokémon has a single crimson feather jutting out from its forehead. Each foot has three talons, two forward facing and one backwards facing. Its beak has a slight hook in it and has distinct nostrils from which smoke can billow out from.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 34
94 - 141 178 - 272
Attack: 36
36 - 96 69 - 188
Defense: 16
18 - 74 33 - 144
Sp.Atk: 53
52 - 115 99 - 225
Sp.Def: 41
41 - 102 78 - 199
Speed: 10
13 - 68 22 - 130
Total: 190   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.

Cluckalisk [Dragon] - Basilisk Pokémon

  • Ht: 7'03"
  • Wt: 124.6lbs
  • Evo From: Chikawyrm at Lv37 while holding Dragon Scale
  • Description: Cluckalisk continues the trend of its pre-evolution by being based on the mythological creature, a Basilisk. The Pokémon has slightly more serpentine features than its predecessor such as having a forked tongue which is multi-coloured and changes colour when its about to unleash an attack. In addition its crimson and cream coloured headcrest is shown to have large hardened scales as opposed to the feathers of its body. The Pokémon's tail is considerably longer and bulkier than before with it only tapering off towards the end giving it considerable strength. The Pokémon's wings are much more developed and have shed most of their feathers except for a small stripe of feathers along the main bones of the wings. Its wings along with its head, legs and tail have a dark turquoise colour and it has grown an additional talon from its pre-evolution.

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 72
132 - 179 254 - 348
Attack: 75
72 - 139 139 - 273
Defense: 63
61 - 126 117 - 247
Sp.Atk: 117
109 - 185 215 - 366
Sp.Def: 78
74 - 143 144 - 280
Speed: 85
81 - 150 157 - 295
Total: 490   Other Pokémon with this total