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Pokemon Bank Update Dex Entries (2/3)

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  5. Bulbasaur can be seen napping in bright sunlight. There is a seed on its back. By soaking up the sun’s rays, the seed grows progressively larger.
  6. There is a bud on this Pokémon’s back. To support its weight, Ivysaur’s legs and trunk grow thick and strong. If it starts spending more time lying in the sunlight, it’s a sign that the bud will bloom into a large flower soon.
  7. There is a large flower on Venusaur’s back. The flower is said to take on vivid colors if it gets plenty of nutrition and sunlight. The flower’s aroma soothes the emotions of people.
  8. The flame that burns at the tip of its tail is an indication of its emotions. The flame wavers when Charmander is enjoying itself. If the Pokémon becomes enraged, the flame burns fiercely.
  9. Charmeleon mercilessly destroys its foes using its sharp claws. If it encounters a strong foe, it turns aggressive. In this excited state, the flame at the tip of its tail flares with a bluish white color.
  10. Charizard flies around the sky in search of powerful opponents. It breathes fire of such great heat that it melts anything. However, it never turns its fiery breath on any opponent weaker than itself.
  11. Squirtle’s shell is not merely used for protection. The shell’s rounded shape and the grooves on its surface help minimize resistance in water, enabling this Pokémon to swim at high speeds.
  12. Its tail is large and covered with a rich, thick fur. The tail becomes increasingly deeper in color as Wartortle ages. The scratches on its shell are evidence of this Pokémon’s toughness as a battler.
  13. Blastoise has water spouts that protrude from its shell. The water spouts are very accurate. They can shoot bullets of water with enough accuracy to strike empty cans from a distance of over 160 feet.
  14. Caterpie has a voracious appetite. It can devour leaves bigger than its body right before your eyes. From its antenna, this Pokémon releases a terrifically strong odor.
  15. The shell covering this Pokémon’s body is as hard as an iron slab. Metapod does not move very much. It stays still because it is preparing its soft innards for evolution inside the hard shell.
  16. Butterfree has a superior ability to search for delicious honey from flowers. It can even search out, extract, and carry honey from flowers that are blooming over six miles from its nest.
  17. Weedle has an extremely acute sense of smell. It is capable of distinguishing its favorite kinds of leaves from those it dislikes just by sniffing with its big red proboscis (nose).
  18. Kakuna remains virtually immobile as it clings to a tree. However, on the inside, it is extremely busy as it prepares for its coming evolution. This is evident from how hot the shell becomes to the touch.
  19. Beedrill is extremely territorial. No one should ever approach its nest—this is for their own safety. If angered, they will attack in a furious swarm.
  20. Pidgey has an extremely sharp sense of direction. It is capable of unerringly returning home to its nest, however far it may be removed from its familiar surroundings.
  21. Pidgeotto claims a large area as its own territory. This Pokémon flies around, patrolling its living space. If its territory is violated, it shows no mercy in thoroughly punishing the foe with its sharp claws.
  22. This Pokémon has a dazzling plumage of beautifully glossy feathers. Many Trainers are captivated by the striking beauty of the feathers on its head, compelling them to choose Pidgeot as their Pokémon.
  23. Rattata is cautious in the extreme. Even while it is asleep, it constantly listens by moving its ears around. It is not picky about where it lives—it will make its nest anywhere.
  24. Raticate’s sturdy fangs grow steadily. To keep them ground down, it gnaws on rocks and logs. It may even chew on the walls of houses.
  25. Spearow has a very loud cry that can be heard over half a mile away. If its high, keening cry is heard echoing all around, it is a sign that they are warning each other of danger.
  26. Fearow is recognized by its long neck and elongated beak. They are conveniently shaped for catching prey in soil or water. It deftly moves its long and skinny beak to pluck prey.
  27. Ekans curls itself up in a spiral while it rests. Assuming this position allows it to quickly respond to a threat from any direction with a glare from its upraised head.
  28. This Pokémon is terrifically strong in order to constrict things with its body. It can even flatten steel oil drums. Once Arbok wraps its body around its foe, escaping its crunching embrace is impossible.
  29. Whenever Pikachu comes across something new, it blasts it with a jolt of electricity. If you come across a blackened berry, it’s evidence that this Pokémon mistook the intensity of its charge.
  30. If the electrical sacs become excessively charged, Raichu plants its tail in the ground and discharges. Scorched patches of ground will be found near this Pokémon’s nest.
  31. Sandshrew’s body is configured to absorb water without waste, enabling it to survive in an arid desert. This Pokémon curls up to protect itself from its enemies.
  32. Sandslash’s body is covered by tough spikes, which are hardened sections of its hide. Once a year, the old spikes fall out, to be replaced with new spikes that grow out from beneath the old ones.
  33. Nidoran♀ has barbs that secrete a powerful poison. They are thought to have developed as protection for this small-bodied Pokémon. When enraged, it releases a horrible toxin from its horn.
  34. When Nidorina are with their friends or family, they keep their barbs tucked away to prevent hurting each other. This Pokémon appears to become nervous if separated from the others.
  35. Nidoqueen’s body is encased in extremely hard scales. It is adept at sending foes flying with harsh tackles. This Pokémon is at its strongest when it is defending its young.
  36. Nidoran♂ has developed muscles for moving its ears. Thanks to them, the ears can be freely moved in any direction. Even the slightest sound does not escape this Pokémon’s notice.
  37. Nidorino has a horn that is harder than a diamond. If it senses a hostile presence, all the barbs on its back bristle up at once, and it challenges the foe with all its might.
  38. Nidoking’s thick tail packs enormously destructive power. With one swing, it can topple a metal transmission tower. Once this Pokémon goes on a rampage, there is no stopping it.
  39. On every night of a full moon, groups of this Pokémon come out to play. When dawn arrives, the tired Clefairy return to their quiet mountain retreats and go to sleep nestled up against each other.
  40. Clefable moves by skipping lightly as if it were flying using its wings. Its bouncy step lets it even walk on water. It is known to take strolls on lakes on quiet, moonlit nights.
  41. At the time of its birth, Vulpix has one white tail. The tail separates into six if this Pokémon receives plenty of love from its Trainer. The six tails become magnificently curled.
  42. Ninetales casts a sinister light from its bright red eyes to gain total control over its foe’s mind. This Pokémon is said to live for a thousand years.
  43. Jigglypuff’s vocal cords can freely adjust the wavelength of its voice. This Pokémon uses this ability to sing at precisely the right wavelength to make its foes most drowsy.
  44. Wigglytuff has large, saucerlike eyes. The surfaces of its eyes are always covered with a thin layer of tears. If any dust gets in this Pokémon’s eyes, it is quickly washed away.
  45. Zubat remains quietly unmoving in a dark spot during the bright daylight hours. It does so because prolonged exposure to the sun causes its body to become slightly burned.
  46. Golbat loves to drink the blood of living things. It is particularly active in the pitch black of night. This Pokémon flits around in the night skies, seeking fresh blood.
  47. During the daytime, Oddish buries itself in soil to absorb nutrients from the ground using its entire body. The more fertile the soil, the glossier its leaves become.
  48. Gloom releases a foul fragrance from the pistil of its flower. When faced with danger, the stench worsens. If this Pokémon is feeling calm and secure, it does not release its usual stinky aroma.
  49. Vileplume’s toxic pollen triggers atrocious allergy attacks. That’s why it is advisable never to approach any attractive flowers in a jungle, however pretty they may be.
  50. Paras has parasitic mushrooms growing on its back called tochukaso. They grow large by drawing nutrients from this Bug Pokémon host. They are highly valued as a medicine for extending life.
  51. Parasect is known to infest large trees en masse and drain nutrients from the lower trunk and roots. When an infested tree dies, they move onto another tree all at once.
  52. Venonat is said to have evolved with a coat of thin, stiff hair that covers its entire body for protection. It possesses large eyes that never fail to spot even minuscule prey.
  53. Venomoth is nocturnal—it is a Pokémon that only becomes active at night. Its favorite prey are small insects that gather around streetlights, attracted by the light in the darkness.
  54. Diglett are raised in most farms. The reason is simple— wherever this Pokémon burrows, the soil is left perfectly tilled for planting crops. This soil is made ideal for growing delicious vegetables.
  55. Dugtrio are actually triplets that emerged from one body. As a result, each triplet thinks exactly like the other two triplets. They work cooperatively to burrow endlessly.
  56. Meowth withdraws its sharp claws into its paws to slinkily sneak about without making any incriminating footsteps. For some reason, this Pokémon loves shiny coins that glitter with light.
  57. Persian has six bold whiskers that give it a look of toughness. The whiskers sense air movements to determine what is in the Pokémon’s surrounding vicinity. It becomes docile if grabbed by the whiskers.
  58. Psyduck uses a mysterious power. When it does so, this Pokémon generates brain waves that are supposedly only seen in sleepers. This discovery spurred controversy among scholars.
  59. The webbed flippers on its forelegs and hind legs and the streamlined body of Golduck give it frightening speed. This Pokémon is definitely much faster than even the most athletic swimmer.
  60. When Mankey starts shaking and its nasal breathing turns rough, it’s a sure sign that it is becoming angry. However, because it goes into a towering rage almost instantly, it is impossible for anyone to flee its wrath.
  61. When Primeape becomes furious, its blood circulation is boosted. In turn, its muscles are made even stronger. However, it also becomes much less intelligent at the same time.
  62. Growlithe has a superb sense of smell. Once it smells anything, this Pokémon won’t forget the scent, no matter what. It uses its advanced olfactory sense to determine the emotions of other living things.
  63. Arcanine is known for its high speed. It is said to be capable of running over 6,200 miles in a single day and night. The fire that blazes wildly within this Pokémon’s body is its source of power.
  64. Poliwag has a very thin skin. It is possible to see the Pokémon’s spiral innards right through the skin. Despite its thinness, however, the skin is also very flexible. Even sharp fangs bounce right off it.
  65. The surface of Poliwhirl’s body is always wet and slick with a slimy fluid. Because of this slippery covering, it can easily slip and slide out of the clutches of any enemy in battle.
  66. Poliwrath’s highly developed, brawny muscles never grow fatigued, however much it exercises. It is so tirelessly strong, this Pokémon can swim back and forth across the ocean without effort.
  67. Abra sleeps for eighteen hours a day. However, it can sense the presence of foes even while it is sleeping. In such a situation, this Pokémon immediately teleports to safety.
  68. Kadabra emits a peculiar alpha wave if it develops a headache. Only those people with a particularly strong psyche can hope to become a Trainer of this Pokémon.
  69. Alakazam’s brain continually grows, making its head far too heavy to support with its neck. This Pokémon holds its head up using its psychokinetic power instead.
  70. Machop’s muscles are special—they never get sore no matter how much they are used in exercise. This Pokémon has sufficient power to hurl a hundred adult humans.
  71. Machoke’s thoroughly toned muscles possess the hardness of steel. This Pokémon has so much strength, it can easily hold aloft a sumo wrestler on just one finger.
  72. Machamp has the power to hurl anything aside. However, trying to do any work requiring care and dexterity causes its arms to get tangled. This Pokémon tends to leap into action before it thinks.
  73. Bellsprout’s thin and flexible body lets it bend and sway to avoid any attack, however strong it may be. From its mouth, this Pokémon spits a corrosive fluid that melts even iron.
  74. Weepinbell has a large hook on its rear end. At night, the Pokémon hooks on to a tree branch and goes to sleep. If it moves around in its sleep, it may wake up to find itself on the ground.
  75. Victreebel has a long vine that extends from its head. This vine is waved and flicked about as if it were an animal to attract prey. When an unsuspecting prey draws near, this Pokémon swallows it whole.
  76. Tentacool’s body is largely composed of water. If it is removed from the sea, it dries up like parchment. If this Pokémon happens to become dehydrated, put it back into the sea.
  77. Tentacruel has large red orbs on its head. The orbs glow before lashing the vicinity with a harsh ultrasonic blast. This Pokémon’s outburst creates rough waves around it.
  78. The longer a Geodude lives, the more its edges are chipped and worn away, making it more rounded in appearance. However, this Pokémon’s heart will remain hard, craggy, and rough always.
  79. Graveler grows by feeding on rocks. Apparently, it prefers to eat rocks that are covered in moss. This Pokémon eats its way through a ton of rocks on a daily basis.
  80. Golem live up on mountains. If there is a large earthquake, these Pokémon will come rolling down off the mountains en masse to the foothills below.
  81. Ponyta is very weak at birth. It can barely stand up. This Pokémon becomes stronger by stumbling and falling to keep up with its parent.
  82. Rapidash usually can be seen casually cantering in the fields and plains. However, when this Pokémon turns serious, its fiery manes flare and blaze as it gallops its way up to 150 mph.
  83. Slowpoke uses its tail to catch prey by dipping it in water at the side of a river. However, this Pokémon often forgets what it’s doing and often spends entire days just loafing at water’s edge.
  84. Slowbro’s tail has a Shellder firmly attached with a bite. As a result, the tail can’t be used for fishing anymore. This causes Slowbro to grudgingly swim and catch prey instead.
  85. Magnemite attaches itself to power lines to feed on electricity. If your house has a power outage, check your circuit breakers. You may find a large number of this Pokémon clinging to the breaker box.
  86. Magneton emits a powerful magnetic force that is fatal to mechanical devices. As a result, large cities sound sirens to warn citizens of large-scale outbreaks of this Pokémon.
  87. Farfetch’d is always seen with a stalk from a plant of some sort. Apparently, there are good stalks and bad stalks. This Pokémon has been known to fight with others over stalks.
  88. Doduo’s two heads never sleep at the same time. Its two heads take turns sleeping, so one head can always keep watch for enemies while the other one sleeps.
  89. Watch out if Dodrio’s three heads are looking in three separate directions. It’s a sure sign that it is on its guard. Don’t go near this Pokémon if it’s being wary—it may decide to peck you.
  90. Seel hunts for prey in the frigid sea underneath sheets of ice. When it needs to breathe, it punches a hole through the ice with the sharply protruding section of its head.
  91. Dewgong loves to snooze on bitterly cold ice. The sight of this Pokémon sleeping on a glacier was mistakenly thought to be a mermaid by a mariner long ago.
  92. Grimer’s sludgy and rubbery body can be forced through any opening, however small it may be. This Pokémon enters sewer pipes to drink filthy wastewater.
  93. From Muk’s body seeps a foul fluid that gives off a nose-bendingly horrible stench. Just one drop of this Pokémon’s body fluid can turn a pool stagnant and rancid.
  94. At night, this Pokémon uses its broad tongue to burrow a hole in the seafloor sand and then sleep in it. While it is sleeping, Shellder closes its shell, but leaves its tongue hanging out.
  95. Cloyster is capable of swimming in the sea. It does so by swallowing water, then jetting it out toward the rear. This Pokémon shoots spikes from its shell using the same system.
  96. Gastly is largely composed of gaseous matter. When exposed to a strong wind, the gaseous body quickly dwindles away. Groups of this Pokémon cluster under the eaves of houses to escape the ravages of wind.
  97. Haunter is a dangerous Pokémon. If one beckons you while floating in darkness, you must never approach it. This Pokémon will try to lick you with its tongue and steal your life away.
  98. Sometimes, on a dark night, your shadow thrown by a streetlight will suddenly and startlingly overtake you. It is actually a Gengar running past you, pretending to be your shadow.
  99. Onix has a magnet in its brain. It acts as a compass so that this Pokémon does not lose direction while it is tunneling. As it grows older, its body becomes increasingly rounder and smoother.
  100. If your nose becomes itchy while you are sleeping, it’s a sure sign that one of these Pokémon is standing above your pillow and trying to eat your dream through your nostrils.
  101. Hypno holds a pendulum in its hand. The arcing movement and glitter of the pendulum lull the foe into a deep state of hypnosis. While this Pokémon searches for prey, it polishes the pendulum.
  102. Krabby live on beaches, burrowed inside holes dug into the sand. On sandy beaches with little in the way of food, these Pokémon can be seen squabbling with each other over territory.
  103. Kingler has an enormous, oversized claw. It waves this huge claw in the air to communicate with others. However, because the claw is so heavy, the Pokémon quickly tires.
  104. Voltorb was first sighted at a company that manufactures Poké Balls. The link between that sighting and the fact that this Pokémon looks very similar to a Poké Ball remains a mystery.
  105. Electrode eats electricity in the atmosphere. On days when lightning strikes, you can see this Pokémon exploding all over the place from eating too much electricity.
  106. This Pokémon consists of six eggs that form a closely knit cluster. The six eggs attract each other and spin around. When cracks increasingly appear on the eggs, Exeggcute is close to evolution.
  107. Exeggutor originally came from the tropics. Its heads steadily grow larger from exposure to strong sunlight. It is said that when the heads fall off, they group together to form Exeggcute.
  108. Cubone pines for the mother it will never see again. Seeing a likeness of its mother in the full moon, it cries. The stains on the skull the Pokémon wears are made by the tears it sheds.
  109. Marowak is the evolved form of a Cubone that has overcome its sadness at the loss of its mother and grown tough. This Pokémon’s tempered and hardened spirit is not easily broken.
  110. Hitmonlee’s legs freely contract and stretch. Using these springlike legs, it bowls over foes with devastating kicks. After battle, it rubs down its legs and loosens the muscles to overcome fatigue.
  111. Hitmonchan is said to possess the spirit of a boxer who had been working toward a world championship. This Pokémon has an indomitable spirit and will never give up in the face of adversity.
  112. Whenever Lickitung comes across something new, it will unfailingly give it a lick. It does so because it memorizes things by texture and by taste. It is somewhat put off by sour things.
  113. If Koffing becomes agitated, it raises the toxicity of its internal gases and jets them out from all over its body. This Pokémon may also overinflate its round body, then explode.
  114. Weezing loves the gases given off by rotted kitchen garbage. This Pokémon will find a dirty, unkempt house and make it its home. At night, when the people in the house are asleep, it will go through the trash.
  115. Rhyhorn runs in a straight line, smashing everything in its path. It is not bothered even if it rushes headlong into a block of steel. This Pokémon may feel some pain from the collision the next day, however.
  116. Rhydon’s horn can crush even uncut diamonds. One sweeping blow of its tail can topple a building. This Pokémon’s hide is extremely tough. Even direct cannon hits don’t leave a scratch.
  117. Chansey lays nutritionally excellent eggs on an everyday basis. The eggs are so delicious, they are easily and eagerly devoured by even those people who have lost their appetite.
  118. Tangela’s vines snap off easily if they are grabbed. This happens without pain, allowing it to make a quick getaway. The lost vines are replaced by newly grown vines the very next day.
  119. If you come across a young Kangaskhan playing by itself, you must never disturb it or attempt to catch it. The baby Pokémon’s parent is sure to be in the area, and it will become violently enraged at you.
  120. Horsea eats small insects and moss off of rocks. If the ocean current turns fast, this Pokémon anchors itself by wrapping its tail around rocks or coral to prevent being washed away.
  121. Seadra sleeps after wriggling itself between the branches of coral. Those trying to harvest coral are occasionally stung by this Pokémon’s poison barbs if they fail to notice it.
  122. Goldeen is a very beautiful Pokémon with fins that billow elegantly in water. However, don’t let your guard down around this Pokémon—it could ram you powerfully with its horn.
  123. In the autumn, Seaking males can be seen performing courtship dances in riverbeds to woo females. During this season, this Pokémon’s body coloration is at its most beautiful.
  124. Staryu’s center section has an organ called the core that shines bright red. If you go to a beach toward the end of summer, the glowing cores of these Pokémon look like the stars in the sky.
  125. Starmie’s center section—the core—glows brightly in seven colors. Because of its luminous nature, this Pokémon has been given the nickname “the gem of the sea.”
  126. Mr. Mime is a master of pantomime. Its gestures and motions convince watchers that something unseeable actually exists. Once the watchers are convinced, the unseeable thing exists as if it were real.
  127. Scyther is blindingly fast. Its blazing speed enhances the effectiveness of the twin scythes on its forearms. This Pokémon’s scythes are so effective, they can slice through thick logs in one wicked stroke.
  128. Jynx walks rhythmically, swaying and shaking its hips as if it were dancing. Its motions are so bouncingly alluring, people seeing it are compelled to shake their hips without giving any thought to what they are doing.
  129. When a storm arrives, gangs of this Pokémon compete with each other to scale heights that are likely to be stricken by lightning bolts. Some towns use Electabuzz in place of lightning rods.
  130. In battle, Magmar blows out intensely hot flames from all over its body to intimidate its opponent. This Pokémon’s fiery bursts create heat waves that ignite grass and trees in its surroundings.
  131. Pinsir is astoundingly strong. It can grip a foe weighing twice its weight in its horns and easily lift it. This Pokémon’s movements turn sluggish in cold places.
  132. This Pokémon is not satisfied unless it is rampaging at all times. If there is no opponent for Tauros to battle, it will charge at thick trees and knock them down to calm itself.
  133. Magikarp is a pathetic excuse for a Pokémon that is only capable of flopping and splashing. This behavior prompted scientists to undertake research into it.
  134. When Magikarp evolves into Gyarados, its brain cells undergo a structural transformation. It is said that this transformation is to blame for this Pokémon’s wildly violent nature.
  135. People have driven Lapras almost to the point of extinction. In the evenings, this Pokémon is said to sing plaintively as it seeks what few others of its kind still remain.
  136. Ditto rearranges its cell structure to transform itself into other shapes. However, if it tries to transform itself into something by relying on its memory, this Pokémon manages to get details wrong.
  137. Eevee has an unstable genetic makeup that suddenly mutates due to the environment in which it lives. Radiation from various stones causes this Pokémon to evolve.
  138. Vaporeon underwent a spontaneous mutation and grew fins and gills that allow it to live underwater. This Pokémon has the ability to freely control water.
  139. Jolteon’s cells generate a low level of electricity. This power is amplified by the static electricity of its fur, enabling the Pokémon to drop thunderbolts. The bristling fur is made of electrically charged needles.
  140. Flareon’s fluffy fur has a functional purpose—it releases heat into the air so that its body does not get excessively hot. This Pokémon’s body temperature can rise to a maximum of 1,650 degrees Fahrenheit.
  141. Porygon is capable of reverting itself entirely back to program data and entering cyberspace. This Pokémon is copy protected so it cannot be duplicated by copying.
  142. Omanyte is one of the ancient and long-since-extinct Pokémon that have been regenerated from fossils by people. If attacked by an enemy, it withdraws itself inside its hard shell.
  143. Omastar uses its tentacles to capture its prey. It is believed to have become extinct because its shell grew too large and heavy, causing its movements to become too slow and ponderous.
  144. Kabuto is a Pokémon that has been regenerated from a fossil. However, in extremely rare cases, living examples have been discovered. The Pokémon has not changed at all for 300 million years.
  145. Kabutops swam underwater to hunt for its prey in ancient times. The Pokémon was apparently evolving from being a water dweller to living on land as evident from the beginnings of change in its gills and legs.
  146. Aerodactyl is a Pokémon from the age of dinosaurs. It was regenerated from genetic material extracted from amber. It is imagined to have been the king of the skies in ancient times.
  147. Snorlax’s typical day consists of nothing more than eating and sleeping. It is such a docile Pokémon that there are children who use its expansive belly as a place to play.
  148. Articuno is a legendary bird Pokémon that can control ice. The flapping of its wings chills the air. As a result, it is said that when this Pokémon flies, snow will fall.
  149. Zapdos is a legendary bird Pokémon that has the ability to control electricity. It usually lives in thunderclouds. The Pokémon gains power if it is stricken by lightning bolts.
  150. Moltres is a legendary bird Pokémon that has the ability to control fire. If this Pokémon is injured, it is said to dip its body in the molten magma of a volcano to burn and heal itself.
  151. Dratini continually molts and sloughs off its old skin. It does so because the life energy within its body steadily builds to reach uncontrollable levels.
  152. Dragonair stores an enormous amount of energy inside its body. It is said to alter weather conditions in its vicinity by discharging energy from the crystals on its neck and tail.
  153. Dragonite is capable of circling the globe in just 16 hours. It is a kindhearted Pokémon that leads lost and foundering ships in a storm to the safety of land.
  154. Mewtwo is a Pokémon that was created by genetic manipulation. However, even though the scientific power of humans created this Pokémon’s body, they failed to endow Mewtwo with a compassionate heart.
  155. Mew is said to possess the genetic composition of all Pokémon. It is capable of making itself invisible at will, so it entirely avoids notice even if it approaches people.
  156. In battle, Chikorita waves its leaf around to keep the foe at bay. However, a sweet fragrance also wafts from the leaf, becalming the battling Pokémon and creating a cozy, friendly atmosphere all around.
  157. Bayleef’s neck is ringed by curled-up leaves. Inside each tubular leaf is a small shoot of a tree. The fragrance of this shoot makes people peppy.
  158. The fragrance of Meganium’s flower soothes and calms emotions. In battle, this Pokémon gives off more of its becalming scent to blunt the foe’s fighting spirit.
  159. Cyndaquil protects itself by flaring up the flames on its back. The flames are vigorous if the Pokémon is angry. However, if it is tired, the flames splutter fitfully with incomplete combustion.
  160. Quilava keeps its foes at bay with the intensity of its flames and gusts of superheated air. This Pokémon applies its outstanding nimbleness to dodge attacks even while scorching the foe with flames.
  161. Typhlosion obscures itself behind a shimmering heat haze that it creates using its intensely hot flames. This Pokémon creates blazing explosive blasts that burn everything to cinders.
  162. Despite the smallness of its body, Totodile’s jaws are very powerful. While the Pokémon may think it is just playfully nipping, its bite has enough power to cause serious injury.
  163. Once Croconaw has clamped its jaws on its foe, it will absolutely not let go. Because the tips of its fangs are forked back like barbed fishhooks, they become impossible to remove when they have sunk in.
  164. Feraligatr intimidates its foes by opening its huge mouth. In battle, it will kick the ground hard with its thick and powerful hind legs to charge at the foe at an incredible speed.
  165. When Sentret sleeps, it does so while another stands guard. The sentry wakes the others at the first sign of danger. When this Pokémon becomes separated from its pack, it becomes incapable of sleep due to fear.
  166. Furret has a very slim build. When under attack, it can slickly squirm through narrow spaces and get away. In spite of its short limbs, this Pokémon is very nimble and fleet.
  167. Hoothoot has an internal organ that senses and tracks the earth’s rotation. Using this special organ, this Pokémon begins hooting at precisely the same time every day.
  168. Noctowl never fails at catching prey in darkness. This Pokémon owes its success to its superior vision that allows it to see in minimal light, and to its soft, supple wings that make no sound in flight.
  169. Ledyba secretes an aromatic fluid from where its legs join its body. This fluid is used for communicating with others. This Pokémon conveys its feelings to others by altering the fluid’s scent.
  170. It is said that in lands with clean air, where the stars fill the sky, there live Ledian in countless numbers. There is a good reason for this—the Pokémon uses the light of the stars as its energy.
  171. The web spun by Spinarak can be considered its second nervous system. It is said that this Pokémon can determine what kind of prey is touching its web just by the tiny vibrations it feels through the web’s strands.
  172. Ariados’s feet are tipped with tiny hooked claws that enable it to scuttle on ceilings and vertical walls. This Pokémon constricts the foe with thin and strong silk webbing.
  173. If this Pokémon is flying by fluttering only a pair of wings on either the forelegs or hind legs, it’s proof that Crobat has been flying a long distance. It switches the wings it uses if it is tired.
  174. Chinchou lets loose positive and negative electrical charges from its two antennas to make its prey faint. This Pokémon flashes its electric lights to exchange signals with others.
  175. Lanturn is nicknamed “the deep-sea star” for its illuminated antenna. This Pokémon produces light by causing a chemical reaction between bacteria and its bodily fluids inside the antenna.
  176. Pichu charges itself with electricity more easily on days with thunderclouds or when the air is very dry. You can hear the crackling of static electricity coming off this Pokémon.
  177. On nights with many shooting stars, Cleffa can be seen dancing in a ring. They dance through the night and stop only at the break of day, when these Pokémon quench their thirst with the morning dew.
  178. Igglybuff’s vocal cords are not sufficiently developed. It would hurt its throat if it were to sing too much. This Pokémon gargles with freshwater from a clean stream.
  179. As its energy, Togepi uses the positive emotions of compassion and pleasure exuded by people and Pokémon. This Pokémon stores up feelings of happiness inside its shell, then shares them with others.
  180. Togetic is said to be a Pokémon that brings good fortune. When the Pokémon spots someone who is pure of heart, it is said to appear and share its happiness with that person.
  181. Natu cannot fly because its wings are not yet fully grown. If your eyes meet with this Pokémon’s eyes, it will stare back intently at you. But if you move even slightly, it will hop away to safety.
  182. Xatu stands rooted and still in one spot all day long. People believe that this Pokémon does so out of fear of the terrible things it has foreseen in the future.
  183. Mareep’s fluffy coat of wool rubs together and builds a static charge. The more static electricity is charged, the more brightly the lightbulb at the tip of its tail glows.
  184. Flaaffy’s wool quality changes so that it can generate a high amount of static electricity with a small amount of wool. The bare and slick parts of its hide are shielded against electricity.
  185. Ampharos gives off so much light that it can be seen even from space. People in the old days used the light of this Pokémon to send signals back and forth with others far away.
  186. When Bellossom gets exposed to plenty of sunlight, the leaves ringing its body begin to spin around. This Pokémon’s dancing is renowned in the southern lands.
  187. Marill’s oil-filled tail acts much like a life preserver. If you see just its tail bobbing on the water’s surface, it’s a sure indication that this Pokémon is diving beneath the water to feed on aquatic plants.
  188. Azumarill’s long ears are indispensable sensors. By focusing its hearing, this Pokémon can identify what kinds of prey are around, even in rough and fast-running rivers.
  189. Sudowoodo camouflages itself as a tree to avoid being attacked by enemies. However, because its hands remain green throughout the year, the Pokémon is easily identified as a fake during the winter.
  190. The curled hair on Politoed’s head is proof of its status as a king. It is said that the longer and more curled the hair, the more respect this Pokémon earns from its peers.
  191. This Pokémon drifts and floats with the wind. If it senses the approach of strong winds, Hoppip links its leaves with other Hoppip to prepare against being blown away.
  192. Skiploom’s flower blossoms when the temperature rises above 64 degrees Fahrenheit. How much the flower opens depends on the temperature. For that reason, this Pokémon is sometimes used as a thermometer.
  193. Jumpluff rides warm southern winds to cross the sea and fly to foreign lands. The Pokémon descends to the ground when it encounters cold air while it is floating.
  194. Aipom’s tail ends in a hand-like appendage that can be cleverly manipulated. However, because the Pokémon uses its tail so much, its real hands have become rather clumsy.
  195. Sunkern tries to move as little as it possibly can. It does so because it tries to conserve all the nutrients it has stored in its body for its evolution. It will not eat a thing, subsisting only on morning dew.
  196. Sunflora converts solar energy into nutrition. It moves around actively in the daytime when it is warm. It stops moving as soon as the sun goes down for the night.
  197. Yanma is capable of seeing 360 degrees without having to move its eyes. It is a great flier that is adept at making sudden stops and turning midair. This Pokémon uses its flying ability to quickly chase down targeted prey.
  198. Wooper usually lives in water. However, it occasionally comes out onto land in search of food. On land, it coats its body with a gooey, toxic film.
  199. Quagsire hunts for food by leaving its mouth wide open in water and waiting for its prey to blunder in unaware. Because the Pokémon does not move, it does not get very hungry.
  200. Espeon is extremely loyal to any Trainer it considers to be worthy. It is said that this Pokémon developed its precognitive powers to protect its Trainer from harm.
  201. Umbreon evolved as a result of exposure to the moon’s waves. It hides silently in darkness and waits for its foes to make a move. The rings on its body glow when it leaps to attack.
  202. Murkrow was feared and loathed as the alleged bearer of ill fortune. This Pokémon shows strong interest in anything that sparkles or glitters. It will even try to steal rings from women.
  203. Slowking undertakes research every day in an effort to solve the mysteries of the world. However, this Pokémon apparently forgets everything it has learned if the Shellder on its head comes off.
  204. Misdreavus frightens people with a creepy, sobbing cry. The Pokémon apparently uses its red spheres to absorb the fearful feelings of foes and turn them into nutrition.
  205. This Pokémon is shaped like ancient writing. It is a mystery as to which came first, the ancient writings or the various Unown. Research into this topic is ongoing but nothing is known.
  206. If two or more Wobbuffet meet, they will turn competitive and try to outdo each other’s endurance. However, they may try to see which one can endure the longest without food. Trainers need to beware of this habit.
  207. Girafarig’s rear head also has a brain, but it is small. The rear head attacks in response to smells and sounds. Approaching this Pokémon from behind can cause the rear head to suddenly lash out and bite.
  208. Pineco hangs from a tree branch and patiently waits for prey to come along. If the Pokémon is disturbed while eating by someone shaking its tree, it drops down to the ground and explodes with no warning.
  209. Forretress conceals itself inside its hardened steel shell. The shell is opened when the Pokémon is catching prey, but it does so at such a quick pace that the shell’s inside cannot be seen.
  210. Dunsparce has a drill for its tail. It uses this tail to burrow into the ground backward. This Pokémon is known to make its nest in complex shapes deep under the ground.
  211. Gligar glides through the air without a sound as if it were sliding. This Pokémon hangs on to the face of its foe using its clawed hind legs and the large pincers on its forelegs, then injects the prey with its poison barb.
  212. Steelix lives even further underground than Onix. This Pokémon is known to dig toward the earth’s core. There are records of this Pokémon reaching a depth of over six-tenths of a mile underground.
  213. By baring its fangs and making a scary face, Snubbull sends smaller Pokémon scurrying away in terror. However, this Pokémon seems a little sad at making its foes flee.
  214. Granbull has a particularly well-developed lower jaw. The enormous fangs are heavy, causing the Pokémon to tip its head back for balance. Unless it is startled, it will not try to bite indiscriminately.
  215. Qwilfish sucks in water, inflating itself. This Pokémon uses the pressure of the water it swallowed to shoot toxic quills all at once from all over its body. It finds swimming somewhat challenging.
  216. Scizor has a body with the hardness of steel. It is not easily fazed by ordinary sorts of attacks. This Pokémon flaps its wings to regulate its body temperature.
  217. Shuckle quietly hides itself under rocks, keeping its body concealed inside its hard shell while eating berries it has stored away. The berries mix with its body fluids to become a juice.
  218. Heracross charges in a straight line at its foe, slips beneath the foe’s grasp, and then scoops up and hurls the opponent with its mighty horn. This Pokémon even has enough power to topple a massive tree.
  219. Sneasel scales trees by punching its hooked claws into the bark. This Pokémon seeks out unguarded nests and steals eggs for food while the parents are away.
  220. This Pokémon likes to lick its palms that are sweetened by being soaked in honey. Teddiursa concocts its own honey by blending fruits and pollen collected by Beedrill.
  221. In the forests inhabited by Ursaring, it is said that there are many streams and towering trees where they gather food. This Pokémon walks through its forest gathering food every day.
  222. Molten magma courses throughout Slugma’s circulatory system. If this Pokémon is chilled, the magma cools and hardens. Its body turns brittle and chunks fall off, reducing its size.
  223. Magcargo’s shell is actually its skin that hardened as a result of cooling. Its shell is very brittle and fragile—just touching it causes it to crumble apart. This Pokémon returns to its original size by dipping itself in magma.
  224. Swinub roots for food by rubbing its snout against the ground. Its favorite food is a mushroom that grows under the cover of dead grass. This Pokémon occasionally roots out hot springs.
  225. Piloswine is covered by a thick coat of long hair that enables it to endure the freezing cold. This Pokémon uses its tusks to dig up food that has been buried under ice.
  226. Corsola’s branches glitter very beautifully in seven colors when they catch sunlight. If any branch breaks off, this Pokémon grows it back in just one night.
  227. Remoraid sucks in water, then expels it at high velocity using its abdominal muscles to shoot down flying prey. When evolution draws near, this Pokémon travels downstream from rivers.
  228. Octillery grabs onto its foe using its tentacles. This Pokémon tries to immobilize it before delivering the finishing blow. If the foe turns out to be too strong, Octillery spews ink to escape.
  229. Delibird carries its food bundled up in its tail. There once was a famous explorer who managed to reach the peak of the world’s highest mountain, thanks to one of these Pokémon sharing its food.
  230. On sunny days, schools of Mantine can be seen elegantly leaping over the sea’s waves. This Pokémon is not bothered by the Remoraid that hitches rides.
  231. Skarmory is entirely encased in hard, protective armor. This Pokémon flies at close to 190 mph. It slashes foes with its wings that possess swordlike cutting edges.
  232. Houndour hunt as a coordinated pack. They communicate with each other using a variety of cries to corner their prey. This Pokémon’s remarkable teamwork is unparalleled.
  233. In a Houndoom pack, the one with its horns raked sharply toward the back serves a leadership role. These Pokémon choose their leader by fighting among themselves.
  234. Kingdra lives at extreme ocean depths that are otherwise uninhabited. It has long been believed that the yawning of this Pokémon creates spiraling ocean currents.
  235. For its nest, Phanpy digs a vertical pit in the ground at the edge of a river. It marks the area around its nest with its trunk to let the others know that the area has been claimed.
  236. Donphan’s favorite attack is curling its body into a ball, then charging at its foe while rolling at high speed. Once it starts rolling, this Pokémon can’t stop very easily.
  237. Porygon2 was created by humans using the power of science. The man-made Pokémon has been endowed with artificial intelligence that enables it to learn new gestures and emotions on its own.
  238. Stantler’s magnificent antlers were traded at high prices as works of art. As a result, this Pokémon was hunted close to extinction by those who were after the priceless antlers.
  239. Smeargle marks the boundaries of its territory using a body fluid that leaks out from the tip of its tail. Over 5,000 different marks left by this Pokémon have been found.
  240. Tyrogue becomes stressed out if it does not get to train every day. When raising this Pokémon, the Trainer must establish and uphold various training methods.
  241. Hitmontop spins on its head at high speed, all the while delivering kicks. This technique is a remarkable mix of both offense and defense at the same time. The Pokémon travels faster spinning than it does walking.
  242. Smoochum actively runs about, but also falls quite often. Whenever the chance arrives, it will look for its reflection to make sure its face hasn’t become dirty.
  243. Elekid stores electricity in its body. If it touches metal and accidentally discharges all its built-up electricity, this Pokémon begins swinging its arms in circles to recharge itself.
  244. Magby’s state of health is determined by observing the fire it breathes. If the Pokémon is spouting yellow flames from its mouth, it is in good health. When it is fatigued, black smoke will be mixed in with the flames.
  245. Miltank gives over five gallons of milk on a daily basis. Its sweet milk is enjoyed by children and grown-ups alike. People who can’t drink milk turn it into yogurt and eat it instead.
  246. Blissey senses sadness with its fluffy coat of fur. If it does so, this Pokémon will rush over to a sad person, no matter how far away, to share a Lucky Egg that brings a smile to any face.
  247. Raikou embodies the speed of lightning. The roars of this Pokémon send shock waves shuddering through the air and shake the ground as if lightning bolts had come crashing down.
  248. Entei embodies the passion of magma. This Pokémon is thought to have been born in the eruption of a volcano. It sends up massive bursts of fire that utterly consume all that they touch.
  249. Suicune embodies the compassion of a pure spring of water. It runs across the land with gracefulness. This Pokémon has the power to purify dirty water.
  250. Larvitar is born deep under the ground. To come up to the surface, this Pokémon must eat its way through the soil above. Until it does so, Larvitar cannot see its parents.
  251. Pupitar creates a gas inside its body that it compresses and forcefully ejects to propel itself like a jet. The body is very durable—it avoids damage even if it hits solid steel.
  252. Tyranitar is so overwhelmingly powerful, it can bring down a whole mountain to make its nest. This Pokémon wanders about in mountains seeking new opponents to fight.
  253. Lugia’s wings pack devastating power—a light fluttering of its wings can blow apart regular houses. As a result, this Pokémon chooses to live out of sight deep under the sea.
  254. Ho-Oh’s feathers glow in seven colors depending on the angle at which they are struck by light. These feathers are said to bring happiness to the bearers. This Pokémon is said to live at the foot of a rainbow.
  255. This Pokémon came from the future by crossing over time. It is thought that so long as Celebi appears, a bright and shining future awaits us.
  256. Treecko has small hooks on the bottom of its feet that enable it to scale vertical walls. This Pokémon attacks by slamming foes with its thick tail.
  257. The leaves growing out of Grovyle’s body are convenient for camouflaging it from enemies in the forest. This Pokémon is a master at climbing trees in jungles.
  258. The leaves growing on Sceptile’s body are very sharp edged. This Pokémon is very agile—it leaps all over the branches of trees and jumps on its foe from above or behind.
  259. Torchic sticks with its Trainer, following behind with unsteady steps. This Pokémon breathes fire of over 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit, including fireballs that leave the foe scorched black.
  260. Combusken toughens up its legs and thighs by running through fields and mountains. This Pokémon’s legs possess both speed and power, enabling it to dole out 10 kicks in one second.
  261. In battle, Blaziken blows out intense flames from its wrists and attacks foes courageously. The stronger the foe, the more intensely this Pokémon’s wrists burn.
  262. The fin on Mudkip’s head acts as highly sensitive radar. Using this fin to sense movements of water and air, this Pokémon can determine what is taking place around it without using its eyes.
  263. The surface of Marshtomp’s body is enveloped by a thin, sticky film that enables it to live on land. This Pokémon plays in mud on beaches when the ocean tide is low.
  264. Swampert is very strong. It has enough power to easily drag a boulder weighing more than a ton. This Pokémon also has powerful vision that lets it see even in murky water.
  265. At first sight, Poochyena takes a bite at anything that moves. This Pokémon chases after prey until the victim becomes exhausted. However, it may turn tail if the prey strikes back.
  266. Mightyena gives obvious signals when it is preparing to attack. It starts to growl deeply and then flattens its body. This Pokémon will bite savagely with its sharply pointed fangs.
  267. Zigzagoon restlessly wanders everywhere at all times. This Pokémon does so because it is very curious. It becomes interested in anything that it happens to see.
  268. Linoone always runs full speed and only in straight lines. If facing an obstacle, it makes a right-angle turn to evade it. This Pokémon is very challenged by gently curving roads.
  269. Using the spikes on its rear end, Wurmple peels the bark off trees and feeds on the sap that oozes out. This Pokémon’s feet are tipped with suction pads that allow it to cling to glass without slipping.
  270. Silcoon tethers itself to a tree branch using silk to keep from falling. There, this Pokémon hangs quietly while it awaits evolution. It peers out of the silk cocoon through a small hole.
  271. Beautifly’s favorite food is the sweet pollen of flowers. If you want to see this Pokémon, just leave a potted flower by an open window. Beautifly is sure to come looking for pollen.
  272. Cascoon makes its protective cocoon by wrapping its body entirely with a fine silk from its mouth. Once the silk goes around its body, it hardens. This Pokémon prepares for its evolution inside the cocoon.
  273. Dustox is instinctively drawn to light. Swarms of this Pokémon are attracted by the bright lights of cities, where they wreak havoc by stripping the leaves off roadside trees for food.
  274. Lotad live in ponds and lakes, where they float on the surface. It grows weak if its broad leaf dies. On rare occasions, this Pokémon travels on land in search of clean water.
  275. Lombre is nocturnal—it will get active after dusk. It is also a mischief maker. When this Pokémon spots anglers, it tugs on their fishing lines from beneath the surface and enjoys their consternation.
  276. Ludicolo begins dancing as soon as it hears cheerful, festive music. This Pokémon is said to appear when it hears the singing of children on hiking outings.
  277. Seedot attaches itself to a tree branch using the top of its head. It sucks moisture from the tree while hanging off the branch. The more water it drinks, the glossier this Pokémon’s body becomes.
  278. Nuzleaf live in densely overgrown forests. They occasionally venture out of the forest to startle people. This Pokémon dislikes having its long nose pinched.
  279. Shiftry is a mysterious Pokémon that is said to live atop towering trees dating back over a thousand years. It creates terrific windstorms with the fans it holds.
  280. Taillow courageously stands its ground against foes, however strong they may be. This gutsy Pokémon will remain defiant even after a loss. On the other hand, it cries loudly if it becomes hungry.
  281. Swellow flies high above our heads, making graceful arcs in the sky. This Pokémon dives at a steep angle as soon as it spots its prey. The hapless prey is tightly grasped by Swellow’s clawed feet, preventing escape.
  282. Wingull has the habit of carrying prey and valuables in its beak and hiding them in all sorts of locations. This Pokémon rides the winds and flies as if it were skating across the sky.
  283. Pelipper is a flying transporter that carries small Pokémon and eggs inside its massive bill. This Pokémon builds its nest on steep cliffs facing the sea.
  284. Ralts senses the emotions of people using the horns on its head. This Pokémon rarely appears before people. But when it does, it draws closer if it senses that the person has a positive disposition.
  285. It is said that a Kirlia that is exposed to the positive emotions of its Trainer grows beautiful. This Pokémon controls psychokinetic powers with its highly developed brain.
  286. Gardevoir has the ability to read the future. If it senses impending danger to its Trainer, this Pokémon is said to unleash its psychokinetic energy at full power.
  287. From the tips of its feet, Surskit secretes an oil that enables it to walk on water as if it were skating. This Pokémon feeds on microscopic organisms in ponds and lakes.
  288. Masquerain intimidates enemies with the eyelike patterns on its antennas. This Pokémon flaps its four wings to freely fly in any direction—even sideways and backwards—as if it were a helicopter.
  289. Shroomish live in damp soil in the dark depths of forests. They are often found keeping still under fallen leaves. This Pokémon feeds on compost that is made up of fallen, rotted leaves.
  290. Breloom closes in on its foe with light and sprightly footwork, then throws punches with its stretchy arms. This Pokémon’s fighting technique puts boxers to shame.
  291. Slakoth lolls around for over 20 hours every day. Because it moves so little, it does not need much food. This Pokémon’s sole daily meal consists of just three leaves.
  292. Vigoroth is always itching and agitated to go on a wild rampage. It simply can’t tolerate sitting still for even a minute. This Pokémon’s stress level rises if it can’t be moving constantly.
  293. Slaking spends all day lying down and lolling about. It eats grass growing within its reach. If it eats all the grass it can reach, this Pokémon reluctantly moves to another spot.
  294. Nincada lives underground for many years in complete darkness. This Pokémon absorbs nutrients from the roots of trees. It stays motionless as it waits for evolution.
  295. Ninjask moves around at such a high speed that it cannot be seen, even while its crying can be clearly heard. For that reason, this Pokémon was long believed to be invisible.
  296. Shedinja’s hard body doesn’t move—not even a twitch. In fact, its body appears to be merely a hollow shell. It is believed that this Pokémon will steal the spirit of anyone peering into its hollow body from its back.
  297. Normally, Whismur’s voice is very quiet—it is barely audible even if one is paying close attention. However, if this Pokémon senses danger, it starts crying at an earsplitting volume.
  298. Loudred’s bellowing can completely decimate a wood-frame house. It uses its voice to punish its foes. This Pokémon’s round ears serve as loudspeakers.
  299. Exploud triggers earthquakes with the tremors it creates by bellowing. If this Pokémon violently inhales from the ports on its body, it’s a sign that it is preparing to let loose a huge bellow.
  300. Makuhita is tenacious—it will keep getting up and attacking its foe however many times it is knocked down. Every time it gets back up, this Pokémon stores more energy in its body for evolving.
  301. Hariyama practices its straight-arm slaps in any number of locations. One hit of this Pokémon’s powerful, openhanded, straight-arm punches could snap a telephone pole in two.
  302. Azurill spins its tail as if it were a lasso, then hurls it far. The momentum of the throw sends its body flying, too. Using this unique action, one of these Pokémon managed to hurl itself a record 33 feet.
  303. Nosepass’s magnetic nose is always pointed to the north. If two of these Pokémon meet, they cannot turn their faces to each other when they are close because their magnetic noses repel one another.
  304. Skitty has the habit of becoming fascinated by moving objects and chasing them around. This Pokémon is known to chase after its own tail and become dizzy.
  305. Delcatty prefers to live an unfettered existence in which it can do as it pleases at its own pace. Because this Pokémon eats and sleeps whenever it decides, its daily routines are completely random.
  306. Sableye lead quiet lives deep inside caverns. They are feared, however, because these Pokémon are thought to steal the spirits of people when their eyes burn with a sinister glow in the darkness.
  307. Mawile’s huge jaws are actually steel horns that have been transformed. Its docile-looking face serves to lull its foe into letting down its guard. When the foe least expects it, Mawile chomps it with its gaping jaws.
  308. This Pokémon has a body of steel. To make its body, Aron feeds on iron ore that it digs from mountains. Occasionally, it causes major trouble by eating bridges and rails.
  309. Lairon tempers its steel body by drinking highly nutritious mineral springwater until it is bloated. This Pokémon makes its nest close to springs of delicious water.
  310. Aggron claims an entire mountain as its own territory. It mercilessly beats up anything that violates its environment. This Pokémon vigilantly patrols its territory at all times.
  311. Meditite undertakes rigorous mental training deep in the mountains. However, whenever it meditates, this Pokémon always loses its concentration and focus. As a result, its training never ends.
  312. It is said that through meditation, Medicham heightens energy inside its body and sharpens its sixth sense. This Pokémon hides its presence by merging itself with fields and mountains.
  313. Electrike stores electricity in its long body hair. This Pokémon stimulates its leg muscles with electric charges. These jolts of power give its legs explosive acceleration performance.
  314. Manectric is constantly discharging electricity from its mane. The sparks sometimes ignite forest fires. When it enters a battle, this Pokémon creates thunderclouds.
  315. Plusle always acts as a cheerleader for its partners. Whenever a teammate puts out a good effort in battle, this Pokémon shorts out its body to create the crackling noises of sparks to show its joy.
  316. Minun is more concerned about cheering on its partners than its own safety. It shorts out the electricity in its body to create brilliant showers of sparks to cheer on its teammates.
  317. With the arrival of night, Volbeat emits light from its tail. It communicates with others by adjusting the intensity and flashing of its light. This Pokémon is attracted by the sweet aroma of Illumise.
  318. Illumise attracts a swarm of Volbeat using a sweet fragrance. Once the Volbeat have gathered, this Pokémon leads the lit-up swarm in drawing geometric designs on the canvas of the night sky.
  319. Roselia shoots sharp thorns as projectiles at any opponent that tries to steal the flowers on its arms. The aroma of this Pokémon brings serenity to living things.
  320. Virtually all of Gulpin’s body is its stomach. As a result, it can swallow something its own size. This Pokémon’s stomach contains a special fluid that digests anything.
  321. When Swalot spots prey, it spurts out a hideously toxic fluid from its pores and sprays the target. Once the prey has weakened, this Pokémon gulps it down whole with its cavernous mouth.
  322. Carvanha’s strongly developed jaws and its sharply pointed fangs pack the destructive power to rip out boat hulls. Many boats have been attacked and sunk by this Pokémon.
  323. Nicknamed “the bully of the sea,” Sharpedo is widely feared. Its cruel fangs grow back immediately if they snap off. Just one of these Pokémon can thoroughly tear apart a supertanker.
  324. Wailmer’s nostrils are located above its eyes. This playful Pokémon loves to startle people by forcefully snorting out seawater it stores inside its body out of its nostrils.
  325. Wailord is the largest of all identified Pokémon up to now. This giant Pokémon swims languorously in the vast open sea, eating massive amounts of food at once with its enormous mouth.
  326. Numel is extremely dull witted—it doesn’t notice being hit. However, it can’t stand hunger for even a second. This Pokémon’s body is a seething cauldron of boiling magma.
  327. Camerupt has a volcano inside its body. Magma of 18,000 degrees Fahrenheit courses through its body. Occasionally, the humps on this Pokémon’s back erupt, spewing the superheated magma.
  328. Torkoal digs through mountains in search of coal. If it finds some, it fills hollow spaces on its shell with the coal and burns it. If it is attacked, this Pokémon spouts thick black smoke to beat a retreat.
  329. Spoink bounces around on its tail. The shock of its bouncing makes its heart pump. As a result, this Pokémon cannot afford to stop bouncing—if it stops, its heart will stop.
  330. Grumpig uses the black pearls on its body to amplify its psychic power waves for gaining total control over its foe. When this Pokémon uses its special power, its snorting breath grows labored.
  331. All the Spinda that exist in the world are said to have utterly unique spot patterns. The shaky, tottering steps of this Pokémon give it the appearance of dancing.
  332. Trapinch’s nest is a sloped, bowl-like pit dug in sand. This Pokémon patiently waits for prey to tumble down the pit. Its giant jaws have enough strength to crush even boulders.
  333. To make prey faint, Vibrava generates ultrasonic waves by vigorously making its two wings vibrate. This Pokémon’s ultrasonic waves are so powerful, they can bring on headaches in people.
  334. Flygon is nicknamed “the elemental spirit of the desert.” Because its flapping wings whip up a cloud of sand, this Pokémon is always enveloped in a sandstorm while flying.
  335. Cacnea lives in arid locations such as deserts. It releases a strong aroma from its flower to attract prey. When prey comes near, this Pokémon shoots sharp thorns from its body to bring the victim down.
  336. During the daytime, Cacturne remains unmoving so that it does not lose any moisture to the harsh desert sun. This Pokémon becomes active at night when the temperature drops.
  337. Swablu has light and fluffy wings that are like cottony clouds. This Pokémon is not frightened of people. It lands on the heads of people and sits there like a cotton-fluff hat.
  338. Altaria dances and wheels through the sky among billowing, cotton-like clouds. By singing melodies in its crystal-clear voice, this Pokémon makes its listeners experience dreamy wonderment.
  339. Memories of battling its archrival Seviper are etched into every cell of Zangoose’s body. This Pokémon adroitly dodges attacks with incredible agility.
  340. Seviper shares a generations-long feud with Zangoose. The scars on its body are evidence of vicious battles. This Pokémon attacks using its sword-edged tail.
  341. Lunatone was discovered at a location where a meteoroid fell. As a result, some people theorize that this Pokémon came from space. However, no one has been able to prove this theory so far.
  342. Solrock is a new species of Pokémon that is said to have fallen from space. It floats in air and moves silently. In battle, this Pokémon releases intensely bright light.
  343. Barboach’s sensitive whiskers serve as a superb radar system. This Pokémon hides in mud, leaving only its two whiskers exposed while it waits for prey to come along.
  344. Whiscash is extremely territorial. Just one of these Pokémon will claim a large pond as its exclusive territory. If a foe approaches it, it thrashes about and triggers a massive earthquake.
  345. Corphish were originally foreign Pokémon that were imported as pets. They eventually turned up in the wild. This Pokémon is very hardy and has greatly increased its population.
  346. Crawdaunt has an extremely violent nature that compels it to challenge other living things to battle. Other life-forms refuse to live in ponds inhabited by this Pokémon, making them desolate places.
  347. Baltoy moves while spinning around on its one foot. Primitive wall paintings depicting this Pokémon living among people were discovered in some ancient ruins.
  348. Claydol are said to be dolls of mud made by primitive humans and brought to life by exposure to a mysterious ray. This Pokémon moves about while levitating.
  349. Lileep became extinct approximately a hundred million years ago. This ancient Pokémon attaches itself to a rock on the seafloor and catches approaching prey using tentacles shaped like flower petals.
  350. Cradily roams around the ocean floor in search of food. This Pokémon freely extends its tree trunk-like neck and captures unwary prey using its eight tentacles.
  351. Anorith was regenerated from a prehistoric fossil. This primitive Pokémon once lived in warm seas. It grips its prey firmly between its two large claws.
  352. Armaldo’s tough armor makes all attacks bounce off. This Pokémon’s two enormous claws can be freely extended or contracted. They have the power to punch right through a steel slab.
  353. Feebas’s fins are ragged and tattered from the start of its life. Because of its shoddy appearance, this Pokémon is largely ignored. It is capable of living in both the sea and in rivers.
  354. Milotic is said to be the most beautiful of all the Pokémon. It has the power to becalm such emotions as anger and hostility to quell bitter feuding.
  355. Castform’s appearance changes with the weather. This Pokémon gained the ability to use the vast power of nature to protect its tiny body.
  356. Kecleon is capable of changing its body colors at will to blend in with its surroundings. There is one exception—this Pokémon can’t change the zigzag pattern on its belly.
  357. Shuppet is attracted by feelings of jealousy and vindictiveness. If someone develops strong feelings of vengeance, this Pokémon will appear in a swarm and line up beneath the eaves of that person’s home.
  358. Banette generates energy for laying strong curses by sticking pins into its own body. This Pokémon was originally a pitiful plush doll that was thrown away.
  359. Duskull can pass through any wall no matter how thick it may be. Once this Pokémon chooses a target, it will doggedly pursue the intended victim until the break of dawn.
  360. Dusclops’s body is completely hollow—there is nothing at all inside. It is said that its body is like a black hole. This Pokémon will absorb anything into its body, but nothing will ever come back out.
  361. The bunches of fruit around Tropius’s neck are very popular with children. This Pokémon loves fruit, and eats it continuously. Apparently, its love for fruit resulted in its own outgrowth of fruit.
  362. Chimecho makes its cries echo inside its hollow body. When this Pokémon becomes enraged, its cries result in ultrasonic waves that have the power to knock foes flying.
  363. Every time Absol appears before people, it is followed by a disaster such as an earthquake or a tidal wave. As a result, it came to be known as the disaster Pokémon.
  364. Wynaut can always be seen with a big, happy smile on its face. Look at its tail to determine if it is angry. When angered, this Pokémon will be slapping the ground with its tail.
  365. Snorunt live in regions with heavy snowfall. In seasons without snow, such as spring and summer, this Pokémon steals away to live quietly among stalactites and stalagmites deep in caverns.
  366. Glalie has a body made of rock, which it hardens with an armor of ice. This Pokémon has the ability to freeze moisture in the atmosphere into any shape it desires.
  367. Spheal is much faster rolling than walking to get around. When groups of this Pokémon eat, they all clap at once to show their pleasure. Because of this, their mealtimes are noisy.
  368. Sealeo has the habit of always juggling on the tip of its nose anything it sees for the first time. This Pokémon occasionally entertains itself by balancing and rolling a Spheal on its nose.
  369. Walrein’s two massively developed tusks can totally shatter blocks of ice weighing 10 tons with one blow. This Pokémon’s thick coat of blubber insulates it from subzero temperatures.
  370. Clamperl’s sturdy shell is not only good for protection—it is also used for clamping and catching prey. A fully grown Clamperl’s shell will be scored with nicks and scratches all over.
  371. Huntail’s presence went unnoticed by people for a long time because it lives at extreme depths in the sea. This Pokémon’s eyes can see clearly even in the murky dark depths of the ocean.
  372. Gorebyss lives in the southern seas at extreme depths. Its body is built to withstand the enormous pressure of water at incredible depths. Because of this, this Pokémon’s body is unharmed by ordinary attacks.
  373. Relicanth is a Pokémon species that existed for a hundred million years without ever changing its form. This ancient Pokémon feeds on microscopic organisms with its toothless mouth.
  374. Luvdisc live in shallow seas in the tropics. This heart-shaped Pokémon earned its name by swimming after loving couples it spotted in the ocean’s waves.
  375. Bagon has a dream of one day soaring in the sky. In doomed efforts to fly, this Pokémon hurls itself off cliffs. As a result of its dives, its head has grown tough and as hard as tempered steel.
  376. Inside Shelgon’s armor-like shell, cells are in the midst of transformation to create an entirely new body. This Pokémon’s shell is extremely heavy, making its movements sluggish.
  377. Salamence came about as a result of a strong, long-held dream of growing wings. It is said that this powerful desire triggered a sudden mutation in this Pokémon’s cells, causing it to sprout its magnificent wings.
  378. Instead of blood, a powerful magnetic force courses throughout Beldum’s body. This Pokémon communicates with others by sending controlled pulses of magnetism.
  379. When two Beldum fuse together, Metang is formed. The brains of the Beldum are joined by a magnetic nervous system. By linking its brains magnetically, this Pokémon generates strong psychokinetic power.
  380. Metagross has four brains in total. Combined, the four brains can breeze through difficult calculations faster than a supercomputer. This Pokémon can float in the air by tucking in its four legs.
  381. Regirock was sealed away by people long ago. If this Pokémon’s body is damaged in battle, it is said to seek out suitable rocks on its own to repair itself.
  382. Regice’s body was made during an ice age. The deep-frozen body can’t be melted, even by fire. This Pokémon controls frigid air of -328 degrees Fahrenheit.
  383. Registeel has a body that is harder than any kind of metal. Its body is apparently hollow. No one has any idea what this Pokémon eats.
  384. Latias is highly sensitive to the emotions of people. If it senses any hostility, this Pokémon ruffles the feathers all over its body and cries shrilly to intimidate the foe.
  385. Latios has the ability to make others see an image of what it has seen or imagines in its head. This Pokémon is intelligent and understands human speech.
  386. Through Primal Reversion and with nature’s full power, it will take back its true form. It can summon storms that cause the sea levels to rise.
  387. Groudon is said to be the personification of the land itself. Legends tell of its many clashes against Kyogre, as each sought to gain the power of nature.
  388. Rayquaza is said to have lived for hundreds of millions of years. Legends remain of how it put to rest the clash between Kyogre and Groudon.
  389. A legend states that Jirachi will make true any wish that is written on notes attached to its head when it awakens. If this Pokémon senses danger, it will fight without awakening.
  390. The DNA of a space virus underwent a sudden mutation upon exposure to a laser beam and resulted in Deoxys. The crystalline organ on this Pokémon’s chest appears to be its brain.
  391. Photosynthesis occurs across its body under the sun. The shell on its back is actually hardened soil.
  392. It lives along water in forests. In the daytime, it leaves the forest to sunbathe its treed shell.
  393. Ancient people imagined that beneath the ground, a gigantic Torterra dwelled.
  394. Its fiery rear end is fueled by gas made in its belly. Even rain can’t extinguish the fire.
  395. It skillfully controls the intensity of the fire on its tail to keep its foes at an ideal distance.
  396. Its crown of fire is indicative of its fiery nature. It is beaten by none in terms of quickness.
  397. It doesn’t like to be taken care of. It’s difficult to bond with since it won’t listen to its Trainer.
  398. It lives alone, away from others. Apparently, every one of them believes it is the most important.
  399. It swims as fast as a jet boat. The edges of its wings are sharp and can slice apart drifting ice.
  400. They flock in great numbers. Though small, they flap their wings with great power.
  401. They maintain huge flocks, although fierce scuffles break out between various flocks.
  402. The muscles in its wings and legs are strong. It can easily fly while gripping a small Pokémon.
  403. With nerves of steel, nothing can perturb it. It is more agile and active than it appears.
  404. It busily makes its nest with stacks of branches and roots it has cut up with its sharp incisors.
  405. It chats with others using the sounds of its colliding antennae. These sounds are fall hallmarks.
  406. It crosses its knifelike arms in front of its chest when it cries. It can compose melodies ad lib.
  407. The extension and contraction of its muscles generates electricity. It glows when in trouble.
  408. Its claws loose electricity with enough amperage to cause fainting. They live in small groups.
  409. When its eyes gleam gold, it can spot hiding prey—even those taking shelter behind a wall.
  410. When it feels the sun’s warm touch, it opens its bud to release pollen. It lives alongside clear pools.
  411. Luring prey with a sweet scent, it uses poison whips on its arms to poison, bind, and finish off the prey.
  412. It was resurrected from an iron ball-like fossil. It downs prey with its headbutts.
  413. Its skull withstands impacts of any magnitude. As a result, its brain never gets the chance to grow.
  414. It habitually polishes its face by rubbing it against tree trunks. It is weak to attacks from behind.
  415. When they lined up side by side, no foe could break through. They shielded their young in that way.
  416. To shelter itself from cold, wintry winds, it covers itself with a cloak made of twigs and leaves.
  417. Its appearance changes depending on where it evolved. The materials on hand become a part of its body.
  418. It loves the honey of flowers and steals honey collected by Combee.
  419. The trio is together from birth. It constantly gathers honey from flowers to please Vespiquen.
  420. It houses its colony in cells in its body and releases various pheromones to make those grubs do its bidding.
  421. It makes fur balls that crackle with static electricity. It stores them with berries in tree holes.
  422. It swims by rotating its two tails like a screw. When it dives, its flotation sac collapses.
  423. It floats using its well-developed flotation sac. It assists in the rescues of drowning people.
  424. Sunlight colors it red. When the small ball is drained of nutrients, it shrivels to herald evolution.
  425. During times of strong sunlight, its bud blooms, its petals open fully, and it becomes very active.
  426. Beware of pushing strongly on its squishy body, as it makes a mysterious purple fluid ooze out.
  427. When its natural enemy attacks, it oozes purple fluid and escapes.
  428. They work in large colonies and make rings by linking their tails, apparently in friendship.
  429. A Pokémon formed by the spirits of people and Pokémon. It loves damp, humid seasons.
  430. It carries people and Pokémon when it flies. But since it only drifts, it can end up anywhere.
  431. Its ears are always rolled up. They can be forcefully extended to shatter even a large boulder.
  432. Extremely cautious, it quickly bounds off when it senses danger.
  433. It chants incantations. While they usually torment targets, some chants bring happiness.
  434. If one utters a deep cry, many Murkrow gather quickly. For this, it is called “Summoner of Night.”
  435. It claws if displeased and purrs when affectionate. Its fickleness is very popular among some.
  436. It would claim another Pokémon’s nest as its own if it finds a nest sufficiently comfortable.
  437. Each time it hops, it makes a ringing sound. It deafens foes by emitting high-frequency cries.
  438. It sprays a foul fluid from its rear. Its stench spreads over a mile radius, driving Pokémon away.
  439. It sprays a vile-smelling fluid from the tip of its tail to attack. Its range is over 160 feet.
  440. Ancient people believed that the pattern on Bronzor’s back contained a mysterious power.
  441. In ages past, this Pokémon was revered as a bringer of rain. It was found buried in the ground.
  442. It prefers arid environments. It leaks water from its eyes to adjust its body’s fluid levels.
  443. In an attempt to confuse its enemy, it mimics the enemy’s movements. Then it wastes no time in making itself scarce!
  444. It carries a round, egg-shaped rock in its belly pouch and gives the rock to its friends.
  445. It mimics the cries of other Pokémon to trick them into thinking it’s one of them. This way they won’t attack it.
  446. A Pokémon that was formed by 108 spirits. It is bound to a fissure in an odd keystone.
  447. It nests in horizontal holes warmed by geothermal heat. Foes who get too close can expect to be pounced on and bitten.
  448. It loves sparkly things. It seeks treasures in caves and hoards the loot in its nest.
  449. When it folds up its body and extends its wings, it looks like a jet plane. It flies at sonic speed.
  450. It hides food under its long body hair. However, it forgets it has hidden the food.
  451. It uses the shapes of auras, which change according to emotion, to communicate with others.
  452. By catching the aura emanating from others, it can read their thoughts and movements.
  453. It lives in arid places. Instead of perspiration, it expels grainy sand from its body.
  454. It brandishes its gaping mouth in a display of fearsome strength. It raises vast quantities of sand while attacking.
  455. It grips prey with its tail claws and injects poison. It tenaciously hangs on until the poison takes.
  456. It takes pride in its strength. Even though it can tear foes apart, it finishes them off with powerful poison.
  457. Its cheeks hold poison sacs. It tries to catch foes off guard to jab them with toxic fingers.
  458. It has a poison sac at its throat. When it croaks, the stored poison is churned for greater potency.
  459. It attracts prey with its sweet-smelling saliva, then chomps down. It takes a whole day to eat prey.
  460. The line running down its side can store sunlight. It shines vividly at night.
  461. It lives on the deep-sea floor. It attracts prey by flashing the patterns on its four tail fins.
  462. The pattern on its back varies by region. It often swims in a school of Remoraid.
  463. During cold seasons, it migrates to the mountain’s lower reaches. It returns to the snow-covered summit in the spring.
  464. It blankets wide areas in snow by whipping up blizzards. It is also known as “The Ice Monster.”
  465. It lives in snowy regions. It carves patterns in trees with its claws as a signal to others.
  466. Sometimes the magnetism emitted by Magnezone is too strong, making them attract each other so they cannot move.
  467. It wraps things with its extensible tongue. Getting too close to it will leave you soaked with drool.
  468. From holes in its palms, it fires out Geodude. Its carapace can withstand volcanic eruptions.
  469. It ensnares prey by extending arms made of vines. Losing arms to predators does not trouble it.
  470. As its electric charge amplifies, blue sparks begin to crackle between its horns.
  471. It blasts fireballs of over 3,600 degrees Fahrenheit from the ends of its arms. It lives in volcanic craters.
  472. As everyone knows, it visits peaceful regions, bringing them gifts of kindness and sweet blessings.
  473. It prefers to battle by biting apart foes’ heads instantly while flying by at high speed.
  474. When you see Leafeon asleep in a patch of sunshine, you’ll know it is using photosynthesis to produce clean air.
  475. By controlling its body heat, it can freeze the atmosphere around it to make a diamond-dust flurry.
  476. It observes prey while hanging inverted from branches. When the chance presents itself, it swoops!
  477. A frozen Mamoswine was dug from ice dating back 10,000 years. This Pokémon has been around a long, long, long time.
  478. Additional software was installed to make it a better Pokémon. It began acting oddly, however.
  479. Because it can sense what its foe is thinking, its attacks burst out first, fast, and fierce.
  480. It exudes strong magnetism from all over. It controls three small units called Mini-Noses.
  481. It is said to take lost spirits into its pliant body and guide them home.
  482. It freezes foes with an icy breath nearly -60 degrees Fahrenheit. What seems to be its body is actually hollow.
  483. Research continues on this Pokémon, which could be the power source of a unique motor.
  484. Known as “The Being of Knowledge.” It is said that it can wipe out the memory of those who see its eyes.
  485. Known as “The Being of Emotion.” It taught humans the nobility of sorrow, pain, and joy.
  486. Known as “The Being of Willpower.” It sleeps at the bottom of a lake to keep the world in balance.
  487. A Pokémon spoken of in legend. It is said that time began moving when Dialga was born.
  488. It is said to live in a gap in the spatial dimension parallel to ours. It appears in mythology.
  489. It dwells in volcanic caves. It digs in with its cross-shaped feet to crawl on ceilings and walls.
  490. It is said to have made Pokémon that look like itself from a special ice mountain, rocks, and magma.
  491. This Pokémon is said to live in a world on the reverse side of ours, where common knowledge is distorted and strange.
  492. Shiny particles are released from its wings like a veil. It is said to represent the crescent moon.
  493. When the water warms, they inflate the flotation sac on their heads and drift languidly on the sea in packs.
  494. It is born with a wondrous power that lets it bond with any kind of Pokémon.
  495. It chases people and Pokémon from its territory by causing them to experience deep, nightmarish slumbers.
  496. It can dissolve toxins in the air to instantly transform ruined land into a lush field of flowers.
  497. According to the legends of Sinnoh, this Pokémon emerged from an egg and shaped all there is in this world.
  498. This Pokémon brings victory. It is said that Trainers with Victini always win, regardless of the type of encounter.
  499. Being exposed to sunlight makes its movements swifter. It uses vines more adeptly than its hands.
  500. It moves along the ground as if sliding. Its swift movements befuddle its foes, and it then attacks with a vine whip.
  501. It only gives its all against strong opponents who are not fazed by the glare from Serperior’s noble eyes.
  502. It can deftly dodge its foe’s attacks while shooting fireballs from its nose. It roasts berries before it eats them.
  503. The more it eats, the more fuel it has to make the fire in its stomach stronger. This fills it with even more power.
  504. It can throw a fire punch by setting its fists on fire with its fiery chin. It cares deeply about its friends.
  505. The scalchop on its stomach isn’t just used for battle—it can be used to break open hard berries as well.
  506. Strict training is how it learns its flowing double-scalchop technique.
  507. In the time it takes a foe to blink, it can draw and sheathe the seamitars attached to its front legs.
  508. Using food stored in cheek pouches, they can keep watch for days. They use their tails to communicate with others.
  509. Using luminescent matter, it makes its eyes and body glow and stuns attacking opponents.
  510. The long hair around its face provides an amazing radar that lets it sense subtle changes in its surroundings.
  511. This very loyal Pokémon helps Trainers, and it also takes care of other Pokémon.
  512. It rescues people stranded by blizzards in the mountains. Its shaggy fur shields it from the cold.
  513. Its cute act is a ruse. When victims let down their guard, they find their items taken. It attacks with sharp claws.
  514. Their beautiful form comes from the muscles they have developed. They run silently in the night.
  515. It shares the leaf on its head with weary-looking Pokémon. These leaves are known to relieve stress.
  516. It attacks enemies with strikes of its thorn-covered tail. This Pokémon is wild tempered.
  517. Very intelligent, it roasts berries before eating them. It likes to help people.
  518. A flame burns inside its body. It scatters embers from its head and tail to sear its opponents.
  519. The water stored inside the tuft on its head is full of nutrients. It waters plants with it using its tail.
  520. The high-pressure water expelled from its tail is so powerful, it can destroy a concrete wall.
  521. This Pokémon appears before people and Pokémon who are having nightmares and eats those dreams.
  522. The mist emanating from their foreheads is packed with the dreams of people and Pokémon.
  523. This very forgetful Pokémon will wait for a new order from its Trainer even though it already has one.
  524. Many people believe that, deep in the forest where Tranquill live, there is a peaceful place where there is no war.
  525. Males swing their head plumage to threaten opponents. The females’ flying abilities surpass those of the males.
  526. When thunderclouds cover the sky, it will appear. It can catch lightning with its mane and store the electricity.
  527. When this ill-tempered Pokémon runs wild, it shoots lightning from its mane in all directions.
  528. Its ear is hexagonal in shape. Compressed underground, its body is as hard as steel.
  529. Because its energy was too great to be contained, the energy leaked and formed orange crystals.
  530. The solar rays it absorbs are processed in its energy core and fired as a ball of light.
  531. Its habitat is dark forests and caves. It emits ultrasonic waves from its nose to learn about its surroundings.
  532. It shakes its tail vigorously when it emits ultrasonic waves strong enough to reduce concrete to rubble.
  533. It makes its way swiftly through the soil by putting both claws together and rotating at high speed.
  534. It can help in tunnel construction. Its drill has evolved into steel strong enough to bore through iron plates.
  535. Using the feelers on its ears, it can tell how someone is feeling or when an egg might hatch.
  536. These Pokémon appear at building sites and help out with construction. They always carry squared logs.
  537. With strengthened bodies, they skillfully wield steel beams to take down buildings.
  538. It is thought that Conkeldurr taught humans how to make concrete more than 2,000 years ago.
  539. By vibrating its cheeks, it emits sound waves imperceptible to humans and warns others of danger.
  540. When they vibrate the bumps on their heads, they can make waves in water or earthquake-like vibrations on land.
  541. It increases the power of its punches by vibrating the bumps on its fists. It can turn a boulder to rubble with one punch.
  542. When it tightens its belt, it becomes stronger. Wild Throh use vines to weave their own belts.
  543. Desiring the strongest karate chop, they seclude themselves in mountains and train without sleeping.
  544. This Pokémon makes clothes for itself. It chews up leaves and sews them with sticky thread extruded from its mouth.
  545. Forests where Swadloon live have superb foliage because the nutrients they make from fallen leaves nourish the plant life.
  546. Upon finding a small Pokémon, it weaves clothing for it from leaves by using the sticky silk secreted from its mouth.
  547. It discovers what is going on around it by using the feelers on its head and tail. It is brutally aggressive.
  548. Protected by a hard shell, it spins its body like a wheel and crashes furiously into its enemies.
  549. It clasps its prey with the claws on its neck until it stops moving. Then it finishes it off with deadly poison.
  550. When attacked, it escapes by shooting cotton from its body. The cotton serves as a decoy to distract the attacker.
  551. They appear along with whirlwinds. They pull pranks, such as moving furniture and leaving balls of cotton in homes.
  552. The leaves on its head are very bitter. Eating one of these leaves is known to refresh a tired body.
  553. The fragrance of the garland on its head has a relaxing effect. It withers if a Trainer does not take good care of it.
  554. Red- and blue-striped Basculin are very violent and always fighting. They are also remarkably tasty.
  555. It moves along below the sand’s surface, except for its nose and eyes. A dark membrane shields its eyes from the sun.
  556. They live in groups of a few individuals. Protective membranes shield their eyes from sandstorms.
  557. Very violent Pokémon, they try to clamp down on anything that moves in front of their eyes.
  558. Darumaka’s droppings are hot, so people used to put them in their clothes to keep themselves warm.
  559. When one is injured in a fierce battle, it hardens into a stone-like form. Then it meditates and sharpens its mind.
  560. It uses an up-tempo song and dance to drive away the bird Pokémon that prey on its flower seeds.
  561. It makes a hole in a suitable rock. If that rock breaks, the Pokémon remains agitated until it locates a replacement.
  562. It possesses legs of enormous strength, enabling it to carry heavy slabs for many days, even when crossing arid land.
  563. Its skin has a rubbery elasticity, so it can reduce damage by defensively pulling its skin up to its neck.
  564. It pulls up its shed skin to protect itself while it kicks. The bigger the crest, the more respected it is.
  565. The guardians of an ancient city, they use their psychic power to attack enemies that invade their territory.
  566. These Pokémon arose from the spirits of people interred in graves. Each retains memories of its former life.
  567. It has been said that they swallow those who get too close and turn them into mummies. They like to eat gold nuggets.
  568. About 100 million years ago, these Pokémon swam in oceans. It is thought they also went on land to attack prey.
  569. They can live both in the ocean and on land. A slap from one of them is enough to open a hole in the bottom of a tanker.
  570. Revived from a fossil, this Pokémon is thought to be the ancestor of all bird Pokémon.
  571. They are intelligent and will cooperate to catch prey. From the ground, they use a running start to take flight.
  572. The combination of garbage bags and industrial waste caused the chemical reaction that created this Pokémon.
  573. It clenches opponents with its left arm and finishes them off with foul-smelling poison gas belched from its mouth.
  574. It changes so it looks just like its foe, tricks it, and then uses that opportunity to flee.
  575. Each has the ability to fool a large group of people simultaneously. They protect their lair with illusory scenery.
  576. Minccino greet each other by grooming one another thoroughly with their tails.
  577. Their white fur feels amazing to touch. Their fur repels dust and prevents static electricity from building up.
  578. Their ribbonlike feelers increase their psychic power. They are always staring at something.
  579. Starlight is the source of their power. At night, they mark star positions by using psychic power to float stones.
  580. Starry skies thousands of light-years away are visible in the space distorted by their intense psychic power.
  581. Because their bodies are enveloped in a special liquid, they are fine in any environment, no matter how severe.
  582. Since they have two divided brains, at times they suddenly try to take two different actions at once.
  583. They use psychic power to control their arms, which are made of a special liquid. They can crush boulders psychically.
  584. When attacked, it uses its feathers to splash water, escaping under cover of the spray.
  585. Despite their elegant appearance, they can flap their wings strongly and fly for thousands of miles.
  586. The temperature of their breath is -58 degrees Fahrenheit. They create snow crystals and make snow fall in the areas around them.
  587. They cool down the surrounding air and create ice particles, which they use to freeze their foes.
  588. If both heads get angry simultaneously, this Pokémon expels a blizzard, burying everything in snow.
  589. Their coloring changes according to the seasons and can be slightly affected by the temperature and humidity as well.
  590. They migrate according to the seasons. People can tell the season by looking at Sawsbuck’s horns.
  591. They live on treetops and glide using the inside of a cape-like membrane while discharging electricity.
  592. These mysterious Pokémon evolve when they receive electrical stimulation while they are in the same place as Shelmet.
  593. Wearing the shell covering they stole from Shelmet, they defend themselves and attack with two lances.
  594. It lures people in with its Poké Ball pattern, then releases poison spores. Why it resembles a Poké Ball is unknown.
  595. They show off their Poké Ball caps to lure prey, but very few Pokémon are fooled by this.
  596. They paralyze prey with poison, then drag them down to their lairs, five miles below the surface.
  597. Its body is mostly seawater. It’s said there’s a castle of ships Jellicent have sunk on the seafloor.
  598. Floating in the open sea is how they live. When they find a wounded Pokémon, they embrace it and bring it to shore.
  599. Since it can’t generate its own electricity, it sticks onto large-bodied Pokémon and absorbs static electricity.
  600. They employ an electrically charged web to trap their prey. While it is immobilized by shock, they leisurely consume it.
  601. When threatened, it attacks by shooting a barrage of spikes, which gives it a chance to escape by rolling away.
  602. By swinging around its three spiky feelers and shooting spikes, it can obliterate an opponent.
  603. Interlocking two bodies and spinning around generates the energy they need to live.
  604. By changing the direction in which it rotates, it communicates its feelings to others. When angry, it rotates faster.
  605. The gear with the red core is rotated at high speed for a rapid energy charge.
  606. While one alone doesn’t have much power, a chain of many Tynamo can be as powerful as lightning.
  607. It wraps itself around its prey and paralyzes it with electricity from the round spots on its sides. Then it chomps.
  608. With their sucker mouths, they suck in prey. Then they use their fangs to shock the prey with electricity.
  609. It uses its strong psychic power to squeeze its opponent’s brain, causing unendurable headaches.
  610. Apparently, it communicates by flashing its three fingers, but those patterns haven’t been decoded.
  611. While shining a light and pretending to be a guide, it leeches off the life force of any who follow it.
  612. The spirits it absorbs fuel its baleful fire. It hangs around hospitals waiting for people to pass on.
  613. Being consumed in Chandelure’s flame burns up the spirit, leaving the body behind.
  614. They use their tusks to crush the berries they eat. Repeated regrowth makes their tusks strong and sharp.
  615. Their tusks can shatter rocks. Territory battles between Fraxure can be intensely violent.
  616. They are kind but can be relentless when defending territory. They challenge foes with tusks that can cut steel.
  617. Its nose is always running. It sniffs the snot back up because the mucus provides the raw material for its moves.
  618. They love the cold seas of the north. They create pathways across the ocean waters by freezing their own breath.
  619. They are born in snow clouds. They use chains made of ice crystals to capture prey.
  620. When it and Karrablast are together, and both receive electrical stimulation, they both evolve.
  621. Having removed its heavy shell, it becomes very light and can fight with ninja-like movements.
  622. Its skin is very hard, so it is unhurt even if stepped on by sumo wrestlers. It smiles when transmitting electricity.
  623. It takes pride in the speed at which it can use moves. What it loses in power, it makes up for in quantity.
  624. It wields the fur on its arms like a whip. Its arm attacks come with such rapidity that they cannot even be seen.
  625. It races through narrow caves, using its sharp claws to catch prey. The skin on its face is harder than a rock.
  626. The energy that burns inside it enables it to move, but no one has yet been able to identify this energy.
  627. It is said that Golurk were ordered to protect people and Pokémon by the ancient people who made them.
  628. Blades comprise this Pokémon’s entire body. If battling dulls the blades, it sharpens them on stones by the river.
  629. This pitiless Pokémon commands a group of Pawniard to hound prey into immobility. It then moves in to finish the prey off.
  630. They charge wildly and headbutt everything. Their headbutts have enough destructive force to derail a train.
  631. They crush berries with their talons. They bravely stand up to any opponent, no matter how strong it is.
  632. For the sake of its friends, this brave warrior of the sky will not stop battling, even if injured.
  633. Its wings are too tiny to allow it to fly. As the time approaches for it to evolve, it discards the bones it was wearing.
  634. They fly in circles around the sky. When they spot prey, they attack and carry it back to their nest with ease.
  635. Using their very hot, flame-covered tongues, they burn through Durant’s steel bodies and consume their insides.
  636. Individuals each play different roles in driving Heatmor, their natural predator, away from their colony.
  637. They cannot see, so they tackle and bite to learn about their surroundings. Their bodies are covered in wounds.
  638. The two heads do not get along. Whichever head eats more than the other gets to be the leader.
  639. The heads on their arms do not have brains. They use all three heads to consume and destroy everything.
  640. Said to have been born from the sun, it spews fire from its horns and encases itself in a cocoon of fire when it evolves.
  641. A sea of fire engulfs the surroundings of their battles, since they use their six wings to scatter their ember scales.
  642. It has a body and heart of steel. Its glare is sufficient to make even an unruly Pokémon obey it.
  643. Its charge is strong enough to break through a giant castle wall in one blow. This Pokémon is spoken of in legends.
  644. Its head sprouts horns as sharp as blades. Using whirlwind-like movements, it confounds and swiftly cuts opponents.
  645. The lower half of its body is wrapped in a cloud of energy. It zooms through the sky at 200 mph.
  646. The spikes on its tail discharge immense bolts of lightning. It flies around the Unova region firing off lightning bolts.
  647. This legendary Pokémon can scorch the world with fire. It helps those who want to build a world of truth.
  648. This legendary Pokémon can scorch the world with lightning. It assists those who want to build an ideal world.
  649. Lands visited by Landorus grant such bountiful crops that it has been hailed as “The Guardian of the Fields.”
  650. This legendary ice Pokémon waits for a hero to fill in the missing parts of its body with truth or ideals.
  651. It crosses the world, running over the surfaces of oceans and rivers. It appears at scenic waterfronts.
  652. The melodies sung by Meloetta have the power to make Pokémon that hear them happy or sad.
  653. This ancient bug Pokémon was altered by Team Plasma. They upgraded the cannon on its back.
  654. The quills on its head are usually soft. When it flexes them, the points become so hard and sharp that they can pierce rock.
  655. It relies on its sturdy shell to deflect predators’ attacks. It counterattacks with its sharp quills.
  656. Its Tackle is forceful enough to flip a 50-ton tank. It shields its allies from danger with its own body.
  657. Eating a twig fills it with energy, and its roomy ears give vent to air hotter than 390 degrees Fahrenheit.
  658. It has a twig stuck in its tail. With friction from its tail fur, it sets the twig on fire and launches into battle.
  659. It gazes into the flame at the tip of its branch to achieve a focused state, which allows it to see into the future.
  660. It secretes flexible bubbles from its chest and back. The bubbles reduce the damage it would otherwise take when attacked.
  661. It can throw bubble-covered pebbles with precise control, hitting empty cans up to a hundred feet away.
  662. It creates throwing stars out of compressed water. When it spins them and throws them at high speed, these stars can split metal in two.
  663. They use their large ears to dig burrows. They will dig the whole night through.
  664. With their powerful ears, they can heft boulders of a ton or more with ease. They can be a big help at construction sites.
  665. These friendly Pokémon send signals to one another with beautiful chirps and tail-feather movements.
  666. From its beak, it expels embers that set the tall grass on fire. Then it pounces on the bewildered prey that pop out of the grass.
  667. In the fever of an exciting battle, it showers embers from the gaps between its feathers and takes to the air.
  668. When under attack from bird Pokémon, it spews a poisonous black powder that causes paralysis on contact.
  669. It lives hidden within thicket shadows. When predators attack, it quickly bristles the fur covering its body in an effort to threaten them.
  670. Vivillon with many different patterns are found all over the world. These patterns are affected by the climate of their habitat.
  671. The stronger the opponent it faces, the more heat surges from its mane and the more power flows through its body.
  672. The male with the largest mane of fire is the leader of the pride.
  673. It draws out and controls the hidden power of flowers. The flower Flabébé holds is most likely part of its body.
  674. It flutters around fields of flowers and cares for flowers that are starting to wilt. It draws out the hidden power of flowers to battle.
  675. It claims exquisite flower gardens as its territory, and it obtains power from basking in the energy emitted by flowering plants.
  676. Thought to be one of the first Pokémon to live in harmony with humans, it has a placid disposition.
  677. It can tell how its Trainer is feeling by subtle shifts in the grip on its horns. This empathic sense lets them run as if one being.
  678. It does its best to be taken seriously by its enemies, but its glare is not sufficiently intimidating. Chewing on a leaf is its trademark.
  679. Although it possesses a violent temperament, it won’t put up with bullying. It uses the leaf in its mouth to sense the movements of its enemies.
  680. Trimming its fluffy fur not only makes it more elegant but also increases the swiftness of its movements.
  681. The organ that emits its intense psychic power is sheltered by its ears to keep power from leaking out.
  682. When in danger, it raises its ears and releases enough psychic power to grind a 10-ton truck into dust.
  683. Apparently this Pokémon is born when a departed spirit inhabits a sword. It attaches itself to people and drinks their life force.
  684. When Honedge evolves, it divides into two swords, which cooperate via telepathy to coordinate attacks and slash their enemies to ribbons.
  685. Generations of kings were attended by these Pokémon, which used their spectral power to manipulate and control people and Pokémon.
  686. It emits a scent that enraptures those who smell it. This fragrance changes depending on what it has eaten.
  687. It devises various scents, pleasant and unpleasant, and emits scents that its enemies dislike in order to gain an edge in battle.
  688. To entangle its opponents in battle, it extrudes white threads as sweet and sticky as cotton candy.
  689. It can distinguish the faintest of scents. It puts its sensitive sense of smell to use by helping pastry chefs in their work.
  690. Opponents who stare at the flashing of the light-emitting spots on its body become dazed and lose their will to fight.
  691. It wields the most compelling hypnotic powers of any Pokémon, and it forces others to do whatever it wants.
  692. Two Binacle live together on one rock. When they fight, one of them will move to a different rock.
  693. When they evolve, two Binacle multiply into seven. They fight with the power of seven Binacle.
  694. Camouflaged as rotten kelp, they spray liquid poison on prey that approaches unawares and then finish it off.
  695. Their poison is strong enough to eat through the hull of a tanker, and they spit it indiscriminately at anything that enters their territory.
  696. They knock down flying prey by firing compressed water from their massive claws like shooting a pistol.
  697. Their enormous claws launch cannonballs of water powerful enough to pierce tanker hulls.
  698. They make their home in deserts. They can generate their energy from basking in the sun, so eating food is not a requirement.
  699. They flare their frills and generate energy. A single Heliolisk can generate sufficient electricity to power a skyscraper.
  700. This Pokémon was restored from a fossil. If something happens that it doesn’t like, it throws a tantrum and runs wild.
  701. Thanks to its gargantuan jaws, which could shred thick metal plates as if they were paper, it was invincible in the ancient world it once inhabited.
  702. This ancient Pokémon was restored from part of its body that had been frozen in ice for over 100 million years.
  703. The diamond-shaped crystals on its body expel air as cold as -240 degrees Fahrenheit, surrounding its enemies and encasing them in ice.
  704. It sends a soothing aura from its ribbonlike feelers to calm fights.
  705. Although its body is small, its proficient fighting skills enable it to keep up with big bruisers like Machamp and Hariyama.
  706. Its whiskers serve as antennas. By sending and receiving electrical waves, it can communicate with others over vast distances.
  707. Born from the temperatures and pressures deep underground, it fires beams from the stone in its head.
  708. The weakest Dragon-type Pokémon, it lives in damp, shady places, so its body doesn’t dry out.
  709. It drives away opponents by excreting a sticky liquid that can dissolve anything. Its eyes devolved, so it can’t see anything.
  710. This very friendly Dragon-type Pokémon will hug its beloved Trainer, leaving that Trainer covered in sticky slime.
  711. These key collectors threaten any attackers by fiercely jingling their keys at them.
  712. These Pokémon are created when spirits possess rotten tree stumps. They prefer to live in abandoned forests.
  713. It can control trees at will. It will trap people who harm the forest, so they can never leave.
  714. The pumpkin body is inhabited by a spirit trapped in this world. As the sun sets, it becomes restless and active.
  715. Singing in eerie voices, they wander town streets on the night of the new moon. Anyone who hears their song is cursed.
  716. It blocks opponents’ attacks with the ice that shields its body. It uses cold air to repair any cracks with new ice.
  717. Its ice-covered body is as hard as steel. Its cumbersome frame crushes anything that stands in its way.
  718. They live in pitch-black caves. Their enormous ears can emit ultrasonic waves of 200,000 hertz.
  719. They fly around on moonless nights and attack careless prey. Nothing can beat them in a battle in the dark.
  720. Legends say it can share eternal life. It slept for a thousand years in the form of a tree before its revival.
  721. When this legendary Pokémon’s wings and tail feathers spread wide and glow red, it absorbs the life force of living creatures.
  722. When the Kalos region’s ecosystem falls into disarray, it appears and reveals its secret power.
  723. A sudden transformation of Carbink, its pink, glimmering body is said to be the loveliest sight in the whole world.
  724. In its true form, it possesses a huge amount of power. Legends of its avarice tell how it once carried off an entire castle to gain the treasure hidden within.
  725. It lets out billows of steam and disappears into the dense fog. It’s said to live in mountains where humans do not tread.
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  739. When attacked by bird Pokémon, it resists by releasing a terrifically strong odor from its antennae, but it often becomes their prey.
  740. Its shell is filled with its soft innards. It doesn’t move much because of the risk it might carelessly spill its innards out.
  741. Close examination of its large eyes reveals that each eye is composed of a myriad of tiny eyes.
  742.  
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  748. Its incisors continue growing until its death. If its Trainer doesn’t offer it a file to gnaw on, it will gnaw on door frames, table legs, and so on.
  749. Its hind feet are webbed, so it’s a strong swimmer. It can cross rivers and sometimes even oceans.
  750. Its short wings make it inept at flying. It moves about hurriedly and pecks at Bug-type Pokémon in the tall grass.
  751. It’s tough and has excellent stamina. It has no problem flying continuously for a whole day carrying a heavy load.
  752.  
  753.  
  754. A plan was recently announced to gather many Pikachu and make an electric power plant.
  755. It unleashes electric shocks that can reach 100,000 volts. When agitated, it can knock out even an Indian elephant.
  756. It can roll its body into a ball. It moves through the desert by rolling at high speeds.
  757. Although they are sharp, its claws and spikes often break off. They grow back the next day, so it is not bothered by the temporary loss.
  758.  
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  763.  
  764. Its adorable behavior and appearance make it popular with men and women, young and old. Its numbers are few, however.
  765. They don’t like to reveal themselves in front of people. They live quietly in packs deep in the mountains.
  766. Its beautiful fur and tails have made it very popular. As it grows, its tails split to form more tails.
  767. Legend has it that this mystical Pokémon was formed when nine saints coalesced into one.
  768. It hugely inflates its stomach and sings a mysterious melody. If you hear this melody, you’ll become sleepy right away.
  769. It sheds its fine fur when the seasons change. The fur is gathered and spun into a luxurious yarn.
  770. It sleeps in caves during the day. It has no eyes, so to check its surroundings while flying, it emits ultrasonic waves.
  771. Its thick fangs are hollow like straws, making them unexpectedly fragile. These fangs are specialized for sucking blood.
  772.  
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  774.  
  775. No matter how much it eats, the mushrooms growing on its back steal away most of the nutrients it consumes.
  776. The large mushroom on its back controls it. It often fights over territory with Shiinotic.
  777.  
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  779. It chews on plant roots underground. Farmers whose vegetables are vulnerable find it can be quite a pest.
  780. This set of triplets moves cooperatively. It’s the power of teamwork that enables this Pokémon to dig to a depth of 60 miles.
  781. It lies around all day, becoming active near dusk. At night, it wanders the city in search of loose change.
  782. It has a violent temperament. It will attack anything that looks it in the eye. Its sharp claws inflict deep wounds.
  783. As a result of headaches so fierce they cause it to cry, it sometimes uses psychokinesis without meaning to.
  784. It is said that the red part of its forehead grants supernatural powers to those who possess one, so it was over-hunted in the past.
  785. It can spontaneously become enraged. Everyone near it clears out as it rampages, and the resulting loneliness makes it angrier still.
  786. It has been known to become so angry that it dies as a result. Its face looks peaceful in death, however.
  787. It’s both clever and loyal, but if a stranger tries to invade its territory, it barks threateningly.
  788. Overflowing with beauty and majesty, this strong Pokémon appears in ancient Eastern folklore.
  789. The swirl on its belly is its internal organs showing through. If the swirl is tinged white, that means it’s affected by some disease.
  790. Although it can live on land, it prefers to stay in the water, where it has fewer natural enemies.
  791. Poliwrath in the Alola region are strong swimmers that use the breaststroke. Many children learn to swim by imitating Poliwrath.
  792. It sleeps 18 hours a day. Even while sleeping, it will teleport itself to treetops and pick and eat berries there.
  793. A theory exists that this Pokémon was a young boy who couldn’t control his psychic powers and ended up transformed into this Pokémon.
  794. It is said to have an IQ of approximately 5,000. Its overflowing psychokinetic powers cause headaches to anyone nearby.
  795. It loves working out. As it gazes at its muscles, which continue to swell day by day, it becomes more and more dedicated to its training.
  796. As a result of its continual workouts, it has developed tremendous power. It uses that power to help people with their work.
  797. It unleashes megaton-level punches that send opponents flying clear over the horizon.
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  801. They can be found lying dehydrated on beaches, but they are often still alive. When soaked in water, they will revive.
  802. Normally, it has 80 poisonous tentacles. The longer one has been alive, the fewer tentacles it will have.
  803. Its round body makes it easy to pick up, but it is hard and heavy. It’s dangerous to play with them as if they were snowballs.
  804. Mossy rocks are its favorite food. It can devour a ton a day while crunching loudly.
  805. Its body can survive dynamite blasts without a single scratch, but it hates rain and humidity.
  806.  
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  808. Its long tail often breaks off. It doesn’t really feel any pain, though, and the tail grows back, so Slowpoke isn’t particularly bothered.
  809. It spaces out while gazing at the sea. With Shellder’s poison flowing through its body, it becomes even spacier.
  810. They gather in places where electricity is available. They can be found clinging to the steel towers used to support power lines.
  811. When three Magnemite link together, their brains also become one. They do not become three times more intelligent.
  812.  
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  816.  
  817. Its main source of food is the slimy industrial waste of factories. This Pokémon’s numbers have been decreasing in recent years.
  818. The stench it gives off will make your nose scrunch up. Still, there are Muk fans who think that’s a good thing.
  819. The hardness of its shell surpasses the hardness of a diamond. In days gone by, people used the shells to make shields.
  820. Its hard shell cannot be shattered—not even by a bomb. The contents of the shell remain unknown.
  821. Should a strange light be seen flickering in an abandoned building, Gastly is lurking there.
  822. It strikes at humans from total darkness. Those licked by its cold tongue grow weaker with each passing day until they die.
  823. Should you feel yourself attacked by a sudden chill, it is evidence of an approaching Gengar. There is no escaping it. Give up.
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  825. A Pokémon that nourishes itself by eating dreams, it is thought to share common ancestry with Munna and Musharna.
  826. While it is an extremely dangerous Pokémon, people who are in need of a good, sound sleep call it their savior.
  827.  
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  830.  
  831. Its six eggs use telepathy to communicate among themselves. It is believed to carry plant genes and the genes of other species.
  832. Each of its heads has its own will. They use telepathy to discuss their plans before coming to a joint decision.
  833. When it thinks of its deceased mother, it weeps loudly. Mandibuzz that hear its cries will attack it from the air.
  834. Originally, it was weak and timid. After evolution, its temperament becomes violent, and it begins to wield bones as weapons.
  835.  
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  840.  
  841.  
  842. The eggs laid by Chansey are rich in nutrients and a favorite food of many Pokémon.
  843.  
  844. Kangaskhan’s maternal love is so deep that it will brave death to protect its offspring.
  845.  
  846.  
  847. When the weather grows warm, they form groups and swim upriver. This sight serves as a poetic reminder that spring has arrived.
  848. When the weather grows cold, its whole body flushes a deep red. This sight serves as a poetic reminder that autumn has arrived.
  849. Large numbers of these Pokémon make their home at the seaside. At night, a strange red glow radiates from the center of their bodies.
  850. Its shining core is thought to receive and transmit enigmatic signals. It has been known to cause headaches in those who approach it.
  851.  
  852. It confuses its prey with its quick, ninja-like movements. Then, in an instant, it cleaves them with its scythes.
  853.  
  854. Half of all sudden blackouts are caused by Electabuzz gathering at electric power plants and gobbling up electricity.
  855. When it’s tired, it leaps into the mouth of a volcano and soaks its body in magma to ease its weariness. Its body burns at 2,192 degrees F.
  856. It grips its prey in its pincers and splits them apart. Although it is a powerful Pokémon, it can’t deal with the cold.
  857. Historically, people in areas all over the world have ridden Tauros, but the practice is said to have started in Alola.
  858. Although weak and helpless, this Pokémon is incredibly fertile. They exist in such multitudes, you’ll soon grow tired of seeing them.
  859. A tale is told of a town that angered Gyarados. Before the sun rose the next day, flames utterly consumed the town, leaving not a trace behind.
  860. Its high intelligence enables it to comprehend human speech. When it’s in a good mood, it sings in its beautiful voice.
  861. It can reorganize its cells to make itself into a duplicate of anything it sees. The quality of the duplicate depends on the individual.
  862. Possessing an unbalanced and unstable genetic makeup, it conceals many possible evolutions.
  863. Its cells are composed of units much like water molecules. It lives close to water and is often mistaken for a mermaid.
  864. They send out electrical charges of about 10,000 volts. Because they are high-strung, it can be difficult to grow close to them.
  865. When it catches prey or finds berries, it breathes fire on them until they’re well done, and then it gobbles them up.
  866. Roughly 20 years ago, it was artificially created, utilizing the latest technology of the time.
  867.  
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  870.  
  871. A Pokémon from the age of the dinosaurs. It used its sawlike fangs to shred its prey before eating them.
  872. Its stomach is said to be incomparably strong. Even Muk’s poison is nothing more than a hint of spice on Snorlax’s tongue.
  873.  
  874.  
  875.  
  876. It grows by molting repeatedly. Boots made from the tanned cast-off skin are a super luxury item.
  877. It has long been thought that its crystalline orbs are imbued with the power to control the weather.
  878. This Pokémon saved a shipwrecked man, taking him to a remote island—a paradise occupied solely by Dragonite.
  879.  
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  894. They are timid and grow uneasy when not in a swarm with others of their kind. The pattern on their backs differs slightly from one to another.
  895. While it’s believed that starlight provides it with energy, this Pokémon also loves to eat berries. In the daytime, it curls up in the grass to sleep.
  896. It waits intently until its preferred prey, Cutiefly, gets caught in its web. In fact, it’s quite a patient Pokémon.
  897. There are some areas where people use the string Ariados spins for their own weaving. The resulting cloth is popular for its strength.
  898. Both its legs became wings, and as a result, it can’t move well on the ground. All it can do is crawl around.
  899. Its two antennae were originally fins. It discharges electricity to stun its prey before attacking.
  900. Should you peer into the ocean at night and see a light shining like the stars, that is Lanturn.
  901. It is not yet skilled at controlling electricity. If you take your eyes off it, it may shock itself.
  902. On late nights illuminated by shooting stars, it gazes intently skyward, as if thinking of its home.
  903. It likes to sing but is not yet good at it. With praise and encouragement, it will get better little by little.
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  914. To avoid attack, it mimics a tree. It will run off if splashed with water, which it hates.
  915. They gather on moonlit nights to form a large chorus. Their cries sound angry and not at all pleasant, but they are certainly distinctive.
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  925. It can instantaneously sense its opponent’s movements by feeling air currents with its fine fur.
  926. When this Pokémon becomes angry, its pores secrete a poisonous sweat, which it sprays at its opponent’s eyes.
  927. They awaken at dusk and take wing in the twilight, leading to the expression, “Get home before the Murkrow fly.”
  928. A poisonous bite reacted with its system, blessing it with the enhanced intellect of a genius. It has full control of its psychic powers.
  929. It will use any means necessary to frighten people and absorb their life energy. It practices constantly to hone its skill in causing fear.
  930.  
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  938. Despite its intimidating face, it’s quite cowardly. Its desperate attempts to appear threatening make it popular with people.
  939. Its well-developed lower jaw and heavy fangs are its weapons. As long as it’s not provoked, it rarely bites.
  940.  
  941. It uses its wings to adjust its body temperature. Otherwise, its metal body would become too hot and melt in the heat of battle.
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  944. It has a cunning yet savage disposition. It waits for parents to leave their nests, and then it sneaks in to steal their eggs.
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  951. Coral branches grow from its head. They break off quite easily, but they grow back in about three days.
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  954. Although it naturally prefers colder locales, Delibird in Alola seem able to withstand the heat to a certain extent.
  955.  
  956. Its feathers, which fall off as it grows, are thin and sharp. In times long past, warriors used them as swords.
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  962. For the purposes of planetary development, Porygon was updated with the most cutting-edge technology available.
  963.  
  964. The unique creations produced by each Smeargle are painted using the fluid that oozes from its tail. This is how it marks its territory.
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  967.  
  968. When it’s in a house, electrical outlets serve as its baby bottles. It sucks down electricity.
  969. Many of these Pokémon can be seen in areas with volcanic activity. Feeding can get them so excited, they exhale flames of 1,100 degrees F.
  970. Its milk is high in calories and packed with nutrients. Therefore, if you drink too much of it, you may wind up with a body like Miltank’s.
  971. Even the most ferocious Pokémon become calm when they eat Blissey’s egg, which is said to be filled with happiness.
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  1007. Its hollow bones enhance its lightness. It spreads its wings to the wind and soars away into the sky.
  1008. Its spacious beak is large enough for a small child to fit right inside.
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  1012. It moves as if skating on the surface of the water. It often fights with Dewpider over food.
  1013. It intimidates enemies with the eye-like patterns on its antennae. Its four wings allow it to fly in any direction.
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  1025. It was originally brought in from another region, but now Makuhita from Alola are more famous.
  1026. It is known for its fantastic strength, but as it grows older, it focuses more on training Makuhita.
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  1028. The magnet in Nosepass’s nose provides an unerring compass, making it an excellent partner for Trainers going on a journey.
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  1031. It’s a fiend for gemstones, so it stalks Carbink. Unfortunately, Gabite almost always grabs them first.
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  1047. Each school has its own territory. Any intruders are mercilessly attacked with fangs bared.
  1048. It pursues its prey at speeds of 75 mph and finishes them off with fangs that can crush iron. It is known as the bully of the sea.
  1049. It loves to startle people. It fills itself up with seawater and plays by bouncing around like a ball.
  1050. Wailord pursue their prey in pods. With their large mouths, they can swallow entire schools of Wishiwashi whole.
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  1053. Coal is the source of Torkoal’s energy. Large amounts of coal can be found in the mountains where they live.
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  1056. Its steps are staggering and unsteady, but Spinda thinks it’s walking in a straight line.
  1057. It can live for a week without eating a thing. It waits patiently at the bottom of its nest for prey to appear.
  1058. Rather than using its underdeveloped wings for flight, it rubs them together, producing ultrasonic waves to attack its enemies.
  1059. The flapping of its wings sounds something like singing. Those lured by the sound are enveloped in a sandstorm, becoming Flygon’s prey.
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  1067.  
  1068. Its two whiskers provide a sensitive radar. Even in muddy waters, it can detect its prey’s location.
  1069. A glutton that devours anything that moves, it quietly lurks at the bottom of swamps, lying in wait for prey.
  1070.  
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  1078. A tough Pokémon that is perfectly fine even in dirty water. However, due to its ragged, shabby appearance, it isn’t popular.
  1079. Milotic has provided inspiration to many artists. It has even been referred to as the most beautiful Pokémon of all.
  1080. It changes its form depending on the weather. Changes in the temperature or humidity appear to affect its cellular structure.
  1081.  
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  1087.  
  1088. Long ago, superstitions were spread about it, saying it brought disaster. This fed a hatred of it, and it was driven deep into the mountains.
  1089.  
  1090. Their numbers seem to have rapidly increased in Alola. Custom has it that houses where Snorunt live will be prosperous for generations to come.
  1091. Legend says a boulder on an icy mountain absorbed the distress and regrets of a stranded mountaineer, giving rise to Glalie.
  1092.  
  1093.  
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  1097.  
  1098. Its form has remained the same for one hundred million years. Its body is filled with fat, so it can withstand the water pressure of the deep sea.
  1099. If a Luvdisc is left on its own, it becomes despondent, leaving itself open to attack. That is when Pelipper snatch them up.
  1100. Its belief that it will be able to fly one day is apparently the influence of information carried in its genes.
  1101. The cells within its shell transform with explosive speed, preparing it for evolution.
  1102. When angered, it loses all sense of itself and destroys everything around it. The destruction will continue until Salamence has tired itself out.
  1103. Its cells are all magnets. It uses magnetism to communicate with others of its kind.
  1104. When two Beldum link together, their psychic power is doubled. Their intelligence, however, remains unchanged.
  1105. It firmly pins its prey using its four claws and large body. Then the teeth in the mouth on its stomach chew the prey to bits.
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  1136.  
  1137. It lived in jungles around a hundred million years ago. It used its skillful headbutts to combat Aerodactyl.
  1138. The result of repeated headbutts is a skull grown thick and hard. However, its brain has shrunk in size compared with Cranidos’s.
  1139. Many fossils of this Pokémon have been found, but almost none have shown signs of damage to the face.
  1140. While it can guard against any sort of attack from the front, it is left without recourse when attacked from behind.
  1141.  
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  1150.  
  1151. For the most part, it makes its home along the seashore. Its color and form differ according to its habitat and the quality of its food.
  1152. It has strong regenerative capabilities. Even if parts of it are bitten off by fish Pokémon, it will return to normal within a few hours.
  1153.  
  1154. Stories go that it grabs the hands of small children and drags them away to the afterlife. It dislikes heavy children.
  1155. There was once an incident in which a man took a trip riding a Drifblim, only to go missing.
  1156.  
  1157.  
  1158. It appears as if from nowhere—muttering incantations, placing curses, and giving people terrifying visions.
  1159. A single cry from this nocturnal Pokémon, and more than a hundred of its Murkrow cronies will assemble.
  1160.  
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  1163.  
  1164.  
  1165.  
  1166.  
  1167. It does not deal well with water, so it lives in dry locales. Since its surroundings tend to lack greenery, it stands out noticeably.
  1168.  
  1169. It carries a round white rock in its belly pouch. If it gets along well with someone, it will sometimes give that person the rock.
  1170.  
  1171.  
  1172. It lives in caves warmed by geothermal heat. Even so, when the weather gets cold, it will huddle close with others of its kind.
  1173. In rare cases, it molts and sheds its scales. Medicine containing its scales as an ingredient will make a weary body feel invigorated.
  1174. It can fly at speeds rivaling jet planes. It dives into flocks of bird Pokémon and gulps the entire flock down whole.
  1175. It needs to consume its own weight in food every day. As far as flavor is concerned, it’s indifferent.
  1176. It can discern the physical and emotional states of people, Pokémon, and other natural things from the shape of their aura waves.
  1177. Not only does it perceive auras, but it has also gained the power to control them. It employs them in battle.
  1178.  
  1179.  
  1180.  
  1181.  
  1182.  
  1183.  
  1184.  
  1185. It absorbs sunlight with the pink areas of its skin, which then shine. This appears to be a form of camouflage.
  1186. With its shining light, it lures its prey close. However, the light also happens to attract ferocious fish Pokémon—its natural predators.
  1187.  
  1188.  
  1189.  
  1190. They travel in groups of four or five, leaving signs for one another on trees and rocks. They bring down their prey with coordinated attacks.
  1191. Three units generate magnetism. There have been many mistaken reports of UFO sightings when Magnezone flies through the night sky.
  1192.  
  1193.  
  1194.  
  1195. It pushes the tips of its tails against its foes and then lets loose a high-voltage current. Its foes are burned to a crisp in an instant.
  1196. They dwell in volcanic craters. According to what is known, a single pair of male and female Magmortar lives in one volcano.
  1197.  
  1198.  
  1199. Its cellular composition is closer to that of a plant than an animal. It uses photosynthesis to produce its energy supply without eating food.
  1200. It can control its body temperature at will. This enables it to freeze the moisture in the atmosphere, creating flurries of diamond dust.
  1201.  
  1202.  
  1203. In order to create a more advanced Pokémon, an additional program was installed, but apparently it contained a defect that makes it move oddly.
  1204.  
  1205. It radiates such a powerful magnetic field that nearby electrical appliances become unusable.
  1206.  
  1207. When it finds humans or Pokémon it likes, it freezes them and takes them to its chilly den, where they become decorations.
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  1234.  
  1235. Because it doesn’t yelp, it’s extremely popular with Trainers who live in apartment buildings.
  1236. Its dense black fur grows continuously. The high cost of keeping its hard fur properly groomed makes this a troublesome Pokémon to train.
  1237. Intelligent, good-natured, and valiant, it’s a trustworthy partner on rescue teams.
  1238.  
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  1252.  
  1253. Born deep within the ground, it compares itself with similar species, such as Geodude and Carbink, to settle which has the hardest body.
  1254. Its orange crystal is a mass of energy. Just one crystal fragment would provide enough fuel for a hundred dump trucks.
  1255. The blasts of energy it makes from sunbeams have terrifying power. However, it’s not able to fire its blasts at night or on rainy days.
  1256.  
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  1274.  
  1275. When it finds others of its kind, they all stick together. When enough of them have collected, the mass resembles a cumulonimbus cloud.
  1276. It rides on the wind and slips into people’s homes. After it has turned a room into a cotton- filled mess, it giggles to itself and takes off.
  1277. Although the leaves on its head are bitter enough to cause dizziness, they provide relief from weariness—even more so when boiled.
  1278. No matter how much time and money is spent raising it, its flowers are the most beautiful when they bloom in the wild.
  1279.  
  1280. It submerges itself in sand and moves as if swimming. This wise behavior keeps its enemies from finding it and maintains its temperature.
  1281. They move in groups of a few individuals. A female is often the leader of the group, and the males will gather food.
  1282. Its unique faculty of sight can detect small prey more than 30 miles away, even in the midst of a sandstorm.
  1283.  
  1284.  
  1285.  
  1286.  
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  1289.  
  1290.  
  1291.  
  1292.  
  1293. Based on studies of its skeletal structure, it can apparently dive to ocean depths of over half a mile.
  1294. It constructed its sturdy shell by crunching and swallowing the hard shells or bones of its prey.
  1295. It is the ancestor of all bird Pokémon. Archen itself could not actually fly but moved by hopping from treetop to treetop.
  1296. Although apparently able to fly, they tended to run along the ground, averaging speeds of roughly 25 mph.
  1297. Unsanitary places are what they like best. They can be spotted in Alola, often with Grimer in hot pursuit.
  1298. Beware the poisonous liquid it shoots from its right arm. If even a little of it gets on you, you’ll experience the effects of the unidentified toxin.
  1299.  
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  1309.  
  1310.  
  1311. Born of an icicle, this Pokémon uses its frosty breath to make ice crystals, causing snow to fall.
  1312. Hot days cause its body to melt. It can be restored by refreezing it, but the process leaves its body slightly warped.
  1313. Each of its two heads has a brain, and when they are in agreement, it attacks its enemies by exhaling a violent blizzard.
  1314.  
  1315.  
  1316. It glides using its cape-like membrane. Electrical energy scatters from it, shocking its friends and foes alike.
  1317.  
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  1319.  
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  1321.  
  1322.  
  1323. It uses its special mucus to close the wounds of injured Pokémon. The reason for this behavior remains unknown.
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  1355.  
  1356. They pick fights indiscriminately. They grow stronger and more powerful each time they faint or are injured.
  1357. With its brave disposition, it fears nothing—not even death. Ancient Alolan people respected it, referring to it as “the hero of the sky.”
  1358. It protects its plump posterior with the bones of prey it has consumed. As it grows, it replaces the bones.
  1359. They adorn themselves beautifully with bones. This is supposedly an effort to attract males, but no male Mandibuzz have ever been found.
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  1389.  
  1390. This amiable Pokémon is easy to train. But when battle is joined, it shows its ferocious side.
  1391. From its beak, it fires embers at its prey. Once it has caught them, it grills them at high heat before feasting upon them.
  1392. Its favorite foods are Wingull and Pikipek. It attacks with a powerful kick and grasps them firmly in its talons.
  1393.  
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  1402.  
  1403. It grows up imitating the behavior of Pangoro, which it looks up to as a leader.
  1404. It boasts superb physical strength. Those who wish to become Pangoro’s Trainer have no choice but to converse with their fists.
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  1428.  
  1429. Its ribbonlike feelers give off an aura that weakens hostility in its prey, causing them to let down their guard. Then it attacks.
  1430.  
  1431.  
  1432. Born from the high temperatures and pressures deep underground, it defends itself by firing beams from the jewel part of its body.
  1433. The weakest of all Dragon-type Pokémon, it’s unable to breathe if its skin dries out, so it sticks to shady places.
  1434. It has trouble drawing a line between friends and food. It will calmly try to melt and eat even those it gets along well with.
  1435. An amazingly friendly Pokémon, but if left to itself, loneliness overcomes it, and it oozes gooey tears.
  1436. This even-tempered Pokémon has a habit of collecting keys. It will sneak into people’s homes to steal their keys.
  1437. These Pokémon are stumps possessed by the spirits of children who died in the forest. Their cries sound like eerie screams.
  1438. This Pokémon is said to devour anyone daring to ravage the forest. To the creatures dwelling in the forest, it offers great kindness.
  1439.  
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  1446.  
  1447. This is Zygarde’s form when it has gathered 50% of its cells. It wipes out all those who oppose it, showing not a shred of mercy.
  1448.  
  1449.  
  1450.  
  1451. This wary Pokémon uses photosynthesis to store up energy during the day, while becoming active at night.
  1452. A bit of a dandy, it spends its free time preening its wings. Its preoccupation with any dirt on its plumage can leave it unable to battle.
  1453. It fires arrow quills from its wings with such precision, they can pierce a pebble at distances over a hundred yards.
  1454. While grooming itself, it builds up fur inside its stomach. It sets the fur alight and spews fiery attacks, which change based on how it coughs.
  1455. At its throat, it bears a bell of fire. The bell rings brightly whenever this Pokémon spits fire.
  1456. This Pokémon has a violent, selfish disposition. If it’s not in the mood to listen, it will ignore its Trainer’s orders with complete nonchalance.
  1457. This Pokémon snorts body fluids from its nose, blowing balloons to smash into its foes. It’s famous for being a hard worker.
  1458. A skillful dancer, it creates a sequence of water balloons as it dances, and briskly bombards its enemies.
  1459. It controls its water balloons with song. The melody is learned from others of its kind and is passed down from one generation to the next.
  1460. It can peck at a rate of 16 times a second to drill holes in trees. It uses the holes for food storage and for nesting.
  1461. It eats berries and stores their seeds in its beak. When it encounters enemies or prey, it fires off all the seeds in a burst.
  1462. When it battles, its beak heats up. The temperature can easily exceed 212 degrees Fahrenheit, causing severe burns when it hits.
  1463. With its sharp fangs, it will bite anything. It did not originally live in Alola but was imported from another region.
  1464. When it finds a trace of its prey, it patiently stakes out the location...but it’s always snoozing by nightfall.
  1465. Its strong jaw enables it to scrape trees and slurp out the sap. It normally lives underground.
  1466. Its body is capable of storing electricity. On camping trips, people are grateful to have one around.
  1467. It zips around, on sharp lookout for an opening. It concentrates electrical energy within its large jaws and uses it to zap its enemies.
  1468. While guarding its weak points with its pincers, it looks for an opening and unleashes punches. When it loses, it foams at the mouth and faints.
  1469. It aimed for the top but got lost and ended up on a snowy mountain. Being forced to endure the cold, this Pokémon evolved and grew fur.
  1470. It beats its wings together to create fire. As it moves in the steps of its beautiful dance, it bathes opponents in intense flames.
  1471. It feeds on the nectar and pollen of flowers. Because it’s able to sense auras, it can identify which flowers are about to bloom.
  1472. It rolls up pollen into puffs. It makes many different varieties, some used as food and others used in battle.
  1473. It’s considered to be a good Pokémon for beginners because of its friendliness, but its disposition grows rougher as it grows up.
  1474. Its quick movements confuse its enemies. Well equipped with claws and fangs, it also uses the sharp rocks in its mane as weapons.
  1475. When it’s in trouble, its eyes moisten and begin to shine. The shining light attracts its comrades, and they stand together against their enemies.
  1476. It plunges the poison spike on its head into its prey. When the prey has weakened, Mareanie deals the finishing blow with its 10 tentacles.
  1477. Toxapex crawls along the ocean floor on its 12 legs. It leaves a trail of Corsola bits scattered in its wake.
  1478. The mud stuck to Mudbray’s hooves enhances its grip and its powerful running gait.
  1479. It spits a mud that provides resistance to both wind and rain, so the walls of old houses were often coated with it.
  1480. It crawls onto the land in search of food. Its water bubble allows it to breathe and protects its soft head.
  1481. It delivers headbutts with the water bubble on its head. Small Pokémon get sucked into the bubble, where they drown.
  1482. During the day, it sleeps and soaks up light. When night falls, it walks around looking for a safer place to sleep.
  1483. It requires a lot of effort to maintain Lurantis’s vivid coloring, but some collectors enjoy this work and treat it as their hobby.
  1484. It scatters spores that flicker and glow. Anyone seeing these lights falls into a deep slumber.
  1485. Forests where Shiinotic live are treacherous to enter at night. People confused by its strange lights can never find their way home again.
  1486. It burns its bodily fluids to create a poisonous gas. When its enemies become disoriented from inhaling the gas, it attacks them.
  1487. For some reason, only females have been found. It creates a reverse harem of male Salandit that it lives with.
  1488. Despite its adorable appearance, when it gets angry and flails about, its arms and legs could knock a pro wrestler sprawling.
  1489. This immensely dangerous Pokémon possesses overwhelming physical strength. Its habitat is generally off-limits.
  1490. A delectable aroma pours from its body. They are often swallowed whole by Toucannon lured by that wafting deliciousness.
  1491. The sepals on its head developed to protect its body. These are quite hard, so even if pecked by bird Pokémon, this Pokémon is totally fine.
  1492. Its long, striking legs aren’t just for show but to be used to kick with skill. In victory, it shows off by kicking the defeated, laughing boisterously.
  1493. It attaches flowers to its highly nutritious vine. This revitalizes the flowers, and they give off an aromatic scent.
  1494. Known for its extreme intelligence, this Pokémon will look down on inexperienced Trainers, so it’s best suited to veteran Trainers.
  1495. They form groups of roughly 20 individuals. Their mutual bond is remarkable—they will never let down a comrade.
  1496. This Pokémon is a coward. As it desperately dashes off, the flailing of its many legs leaves a sparkling clean path in its wake.
  1497. With a flashing slash of its giant sharp claws, it cleaves seawater—or even air—right in two.
  1498. Born from a sand mound playfully built by a child, this Pokémon embodies the grudges of the departed.
  1499. Possessed people controlled by this Pokémon transformed its sand mound into a castle. As it evolved, its power to curse grew ever stronger.
  1500. It lives in shallow seas, such as areas near a beach. It can eject its internal organs, which it uses to engulf its prey or battle enemies.
  1501. The heavy control mask it wears suppresses its intrinsic capabilities. This Pokémon has some hidden special power.
  1502. Its trust in its partner is what awakens it. This Pokémon is capable of changing its type, a flexibility that is well displayed in battle.
  1503. Originally making its home in the ozone layer, it hurtles to the ground when the shell enclosing its body grows too heavy.
  1504. It is born asleep, and it dies asleep. All its movements are apparently no more than the results of it tossing and turning in its dreams.
  1505. The shell on its back is chemically unstable and explodes violently if struck. The hole in its stomach is its weak point.
  1506. The spiny fur on its back is normally at rest. When this Pokémon becomes agitated, its fur stands on end and stabs into its attackers.
  1507. Its actual appearance is unknown. A scholar who saw what was under its rag was overwhelmed by terror and died from the shock.
  1508. When it unleashes its psychic power from the protuberance on its head, the grating sound of grinding teeth echoes through the area.
  1509. It has a compassionate personality, but if it is angered, it completely destroys its surroundings with its intense breath.
  1510. Swinging its massive anchor, it can KO Wailord in a single blow. What appears to be green seaweed is actually its body.
  1511. It expresses its feelings by smacking its scales. Metallic sounds echo through the tall mountains where Jangmo-o lives.
  1512. It leaps at its prey with a courageous shout. Its scaly punches tear its opponents to shreds.
  1513. When it spots enemies, it threatens them by jingling the scales on its tail. Weak opponents will crack and flee in panic.
  1514. This guardian deity of Melemele is brimming with curiosity. It summons thunderclouds and stores their lightning inside its body.
  1515. This guardian deity of Akala is guilelessly cruel. The fragrant aroma of flowers is the source of its energy.
  1516. It pulls large trees up by the roots and swings them around. It causes vegetation to grow, and then it absorbs energy from the growth.
  1517. The dense fog it creates brings the downfall and destruction of its confused enemies. Ocean currents are the source of its energy.
  1518. Its body is gaseous and frail. It slowly grows as it collects dust from the atmosphere.
  1519. Motionless as if dead, its body is faintly warm to the touch. In the distant past, it was called the cocoon of the stars.
  1520. It is said to live in another world. The intense light it radiates from the surface of its body can make the darkest of nights light up like midday.
  1521. It is said to be a female evolution of Cosmog. When its third eye activates, away it flies to another world.
  1522. One of several mysterious Ultra Beasts. People on the street report observing those infested by it suddenly becoming violent.
  1523. This Ultra Beast appeared from another world. It shows off its body, but whether that display is a boast or a threat remains unclear.
  1524. One of the dangerous Ultra Beasts, it has been spotted running across the land at terrific speeds.
  1525. One of the mysterious life-forms known as Ultra Beasts. Astonishing electric shocks emanate from its entire body, according to witnesses.
  1526. It appeared from the Ultra Wormhole. Witnesses observed it flying across the sky at high speed.
  1527. This Ultra Beast came from the Ultra Wormhole. It seems not to attack enemies on its own, but its sharp body is a dangerous weapon in itself.
  1528. It has gobbled mountains and swallowed whole buildings, according to reports. It’s one of the Ultra Beasts.
  1529. Reminiscent of the Ultra Beasts, this life-form, apparently asleep underground, is thought to have come from another world in ancient times.
  1530. This artificial Pokémon, constructed more than 500 years ago, can understand human speech but cannot itself speak.
  1531. Able to conceal itself in shadows, it never appears before humans, so its very existence was the stuff of myth.
  1532.  
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  1538.  
  1539. With its incisors, it gnaws through doors and infiltrates people’s homes. Then, with a twitch of its whiskers, it steals whatever food it finds.
  1540. It forms a group of Rattata, which it assumes command of. Each group has its own territory, and disputes over food happen often.
  1541.  
  1542. This form of Pikachu is somewhat rare. It wears the hat of its Trainer, who is also its partner.
  1543. This form of Pikachu is somewhat rare. It wears the hat of its Trainer, who is also its partner.
  1544. This form of Pikachu is somewhat rare. It wears the hat of its Trainer, who is also its partner.
  1545. This form of Pikachu is somewhat rare. It wears the hat of its Trainer, who is also its partner.
  1546. This form of Pikachu is somewhat rare. It wears the hat of its Trainer, who is also its partner.
  1547. This form of Pikachu is somewhat rare. It wears the hat of its Trainer, who is also its partner.
  1548. It only evolves to this form in the Alola region. According to researchers, its diet is one of the causes of this change.
  1549. It lives on snowy mountains. Its steel shell is very hard—so much so, it can’t roll its body up into a ball.
  1550. Fleeing a volcanic eruption, it settled on a snowy mountain. As it races through the snowfields, it sends up a spray of snow.
  1551. It exhales air colder than -58 degrees Fahrenheit. Elderly people in Alola call this Pokémon by an older name—Keokeo.
  1552. It creates drops of ice in its coat and showers them over its enemies. Anyone who angers it will be frozen stiff in an instant.
  1553. Its head sports an altered form of whiskers made of metal. When in communication with its comrades, its whiskers wobble to and fro.
  1554. Its shining gold hair provides it with protection. It’s reputed that keeping any of its fallen hairs will bring bad luck.
  1555. This Pokémon was not originally found in Alola. Human actions caused a surge in their numbers, and they went feral. They’re prideful and crafty.
  1556. Its round face and smooth coat—softer than the most high-class velvet—have made this a very popular Pokémon in Alola.
  1557. As a result of Mega Evolution, its power has been entirely converted into psychic energy, and it has lost all strength in its muscles.
  1558. Its body is a magnetic stone. Iron sand attaches firmly to the portions of its body that are particularly magnetic.
  1559. Its preferred food is dravite. After it has eaten this mineral, crystals form inside the Pokémon, rising to the surface of part of its body.
  1560. It fires rocks charged with electricity. Even if the rock isn’t fired that accurately, just grazing an opponent will cause numbness and fainting.
  1561. All the energy from Mega Evolution poured into the Shellder on its tail, leaving Slowpoke to be swallowed whole.
  1562. A Grimer, which had been brought in to solve a problem with garbage, developed over time into this form.
  1563. The garbage it eats causes continuous chemical changes in its body, which produce its exceedingly vivid coloration.
  1564. Gengar’s relationships are warped. It has no interest in opponents unless it perceives them as prey.
  1565. Alola is the best environment for this Pokémon. Local people take pride in its appearance, saying this is how Exeggutor ought to look.
  1566. The bones it possesses were once its mother’s. Its mother’s regrets have become like a vengeful spirit protecting this Pokémon.
  1567. Mega Kangaskhan’s strength derives from the mother’s happiness about her child’s growth. Watching it grow up keeps her spirits high.
  1568. The influence of Mega Evolution leaves it in a state of constant excitement. It pierces enemies with its two large horns before shredding them.
  1569. Mega Evolution also affects its brain, leaving no other function except its destructive instinct to burn everything to cinders.
  1570. Part of its body has become stone. Some scholars claim that this is Aerodactyl’s true appearance.
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  1602. The excess energy that bathes this Pokémon keeps it in constant danger of overflow. It can’t sustain a battle over long periods of time.
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  1610. The jewel from its chest, which has grown gigantic due to the effects of Mega Evolution, can turn back any attack.
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  1615. The spines sprouting from its head are transformed fangs. If they’re injured or broken off, the spines will regenerate countless times.
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  1618. This is the form Castform takes on the brightest of days. Its skin is unexpectedly hot to the touch, so approach with care.
  1619. This is the form Castform takes when soaked with rain. When its body is compressed, water will seep out as if from a sponge.
  1620. This is the form Castform takes when covered in snow. Its body becomes an ice-like material, with a temperature near 23 degrees Fahrenheit.
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  1622. When this Pokémon whips the winglike fur on its back as though beating its wings, it sends an intimidating aura flying at its opponents.
  1623. The excess energy from Mega Evolution spilled over from its mouth, breaking its jaw. It spews endless blizzards.
  1624. Anyone standing in its path gets sliced right in two, while this Pokémon continues its flight without interruption.
  1625. This form results from one Metagross, one Metang, and two Beldum linking up.
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  1639. Shellos lives in the sea and feasts on plankton. The lovelier the ocean where Shellos resides, the more vibrant its color becomes.
  1640. A team of researchers is scouring the oceans of the world in search of a Gastrodon in a color never seen before.
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  1642. Excess energy melted its arms and wings, transforming them into giant scythes.
  1643. Black streaks all over its body show where its auras and the energy of Mega Evolution intermingled and raced through it.
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  1742. Its sharp fangs make short work of finishing off its enemies, but it’s unable to maintain this body indefinitely. After a period of time, it falls apart.
  1743. Its sharp fangs make short work of finishing off its enemies, but it’s unable to maintain this body indefinitely. After a period of time, it falls apart.
  1744. This is Zygarde’s form when it has gathered 50% of its cells. It wipes out all those who oppose it, showing not a shred of mercy.
  1745. This is Zygarde’s form at times when it uses its overwhelming power to suppress those who endanger the ecosystem.
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  1750. This Oricorio has sipped bright yellow nectar. Its bright, cheerful dance melts the hearts of its enemies.
  1751. This Oricorio relaxes by swaying gently. This increases its psychic energy, which it then fires at its enemies.
  1752. This Oricorio has sipped purple nectar. Its elegant, attractive dance will send the minds and hearts of its enemies to another world.
  1753. The more intimidating the opponent it faces, the more this Pokémon’s blood boils. It will attack with no regard for its own safety.
  1754. Weak Wishiwashi school together to concentrate their power. Their united force makes them the demon of the sea, feared near and far.
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  1757. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  1758. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  1759. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  1760. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  1761. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  1762. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  1763. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  1764. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  1765. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  1766. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  1767. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  1768. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  1769. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  1770. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  1771. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  1772. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  1773. It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
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  1780. It eats dust in the atmosphere. The composition of the dust determines the color of its core.
  1781. It eats dust in the atmosphere. The composition of the dust determines the color of its core.
  1782. It eats dust in the atmosphere. The composition of the dust determines the color of its core.
  1783. It eats dust in the atmosphere. The composition of the dust determines the color of its core.
  1784. It eats dust in the atmosphere. The composition of the dust determines the color of its core.
  1785. It eats dust in the atmosphere. The composition of the dust determines the color of its core.
  1786. It eats dust in the atmosphere. The composition of the dust determines the color of its core.
  1787. After going to all the effort of disguising itself, its neck was broken. Whatever is inside is probably unharmed, but it’s still feeling sad.
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  1791. This beautiful form reflects Magearna’s appearance when first presented to a king’s daughter 500 years ago.
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