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  1. Caterpie: When attacked by bird Pokémon, it resists by releasing a terrifically strong odor from its antennae, but it often becomes their prey.
  2. Metapod: Its shell is filled with its soft innards. It doesn’t move much because of the risk it might carelessly spill its innards out.
  3. Butterfree: Close examination of its large eyes reveals that each eye is composed of a myriad of tiny eyes.
  4. Rattata: 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.
  5. Rattata(Alolan): 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.
  6. Raticate: Its hind feet are webbed, so it’s a strong swimmer. It can cross rivers and sometimes even oceans.
  7. Raticate(Alolan): It forms a group of Rattata, which it assumes command of. Each group has its own territory, and disputes over food happen often.
  8. Spearow: Its short wings make it inept at flying. It moves about hurriedly and pecks at Bug-type Pokémon in the tall grass.
  9. Fearow: It’s tough and has excellent stamina. It has no problem flying continuously for a whole day carrying a heavy load.
  10. Pikachu: A plan was recently announced to gather many Pikachu and make an electric power plant.
  11. Pikachu(OS Hat): This form of Pikachu is somewhat rare. It wears the hat of its Trainer, who is also its partner.
  12. Pikachu(AG Hat): This form of Pikachu is somewhat rare. It wears the hat of its Trainer, who is also its partner.
  13. Pikachu(DP Hat): This form of Pikachu is somewhat rare. It wears the hat of its Trainer, who is also its partner.
  14. Pikachu(BW Hat): This form of Pikachu is somewhat rare. It wears the hat of its Trainer, who is also its partner.
  15. Pikachu(XY Hat): This form of Pikachu is somewhat rare. It wears the hat of its Trainer, who is also its partner.
  16. Pikachu(SM Hat): This form of Pikachu is somewhat rare. It wears the hat of its Trainer, who is also its partner.
  17. Raichu: It unleashes electric shocks that can reach 100,000 volts. When agitated, it can knock out even an Indian elephant.
  18. Raichu(Alolan): It only evolves to this form in the Alola region. According to researchers, its diet is one of the causes of this change.
  19. Sandshrew: It can roll its body into a ball. It moves through the desert by rolling at high speeds.
  20. Sandshrew(Alolan): It lives on snowy mountains. Its steel shell is very hard—so much so, it can’t roll its body up into a ball.
  21. Sandslash: 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.
  22. Sandslash(Alolan): Fleeing a volcanic eruption, it settled on a snowy mountain. As it races through the snowfields, it sends up a spray of snow.
  23. Clefairy: Its adorable behavior and appearance make it popular with men and women, young and old. Its numbers are few, however.
  24. Clefable: They don’t like to reveal themselves in front of people. They live quietly in packs deep in the mountains.
  25. Vulpix: Its beautiful fur and tails have made it very popular. As it grows, its tails split to form more tails.
  26. Vulpix(Alolan): It exhales air colder than -58 degrees Fahrenheit. Elderly people in Alola call this Pokémon by an older name—Keokeo.
  27. Ninetales: Legend has it that this mystical Pokémon was formed when nine saints coalesced into one.
  28. Ninetales(Alolan): 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.
  29. Jigglypuff: It hugely inflates its stomach and sings a mysterious melody. If you hear this melody, you’ll become sleepy right away.
  30. Wigglytuff: It sheds its fine fur when the seasons change. The fur is gathered and spun into a luxurious yarn.
  31. Zubat: It sleeps in caves during the day. It has no eyes, so to check its surroundings while flying, it emits ultrasonic waves.
  32. Golbat: Its thick fangs are hollow like straws, making them unexpectedly fragile. These fangs are specialized for sucking blood.
  33. Paras: No matter how much it eats, the mushrooms growing on its back steal away most of the nutrients it consumes.
  34. Parasect: The large mushroom on its back controls it. It often fights over territory with Shiinotic.
  35. Diglett: It chews on plant roots underground. Farmers whose vegetables are vulnerable find it can be quite a pest.
  36. Diglett(Alolan): Its head sports an altered form of whiskers made of metal. When in communication with its comrades, its whiskers wobble to and fro.
  37. Dugtrio: This set of triplets moves cooperatively. It’s the power of teamwork that enables this Pokémon to dig to a depth of 60 miles.
  38. Dugtrio(Alolan): Its shining gold hair provides it with protection. It’s reputed that keeping any of its fallen hairs will bring bad luck.
  39. Meowth: It lies around all day, becoming active near dusk. At night, it wanders the city in search of loose change.
  40. Meowth(Alolan): 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.
  41. Persian: It has a violent temperament. It will attack anything that looks it in the eye. Its sharp claws inflict deep wounds.
  42. Persian(Alolan): Its round face and smooth coat—softer than the most high-class velvet—have made this a very popular Pokémon in Alola.
  43. Psyduck: As a result of headaches so fierce they cause it to cry, it sometimes uses psychokinesis without meaning to.
  44. Golduck: 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.
  45. Mankey: It can spontaneously become enraged. Everyone near it clears out as it rampages, and the resulting loneliness makes it angrier still.
  46. Primeape: It has been known to become so angry that it dies as a result. Its face looks peaceful in death, however.
  47. Growlithe: It’s both clever and loyal, but if a stranger tries to invade its territory, it barks threateningly.
  48. Arcanine: Overflowing with beauty and majesty, this strong Pokémon appears in ancient Eastern folklore.
  49. Poliwag: 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.
  50. Poliwhirl: Although it can live on land, it prefers to stay in the water, where it has fewer natural enemies.
  51. Poliwrath: Poliwrath in the Alola region are strong swimmers that use the breaststroke. Many children learn to swim by imitating Poliwrath.
  52. Abra: It sleeps 18 hours a day. Even while sleeping, it will teleport itself to treetops and pick and eat berries there.
  53. Kadabra: A theory exists that this Pokémon was a young boy who couldn’t control his psychic powers and ended up transformed into this Pokémon.
  54. Alakazam: It is said to have an IQ of approximately 5,000. Its overflowing psychokinetic powers cause headaches to anyone nearby.
  55. Alakazam(Mega): As a result of Mega Evolution, its power has been entirely converted into psychic energy, and it has lost all strength in its muscles.
  56. Machop: 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.
  57. Machoke: As a result of its continual workouts, it has developed tremendous power. It uses that power to help people with their work.
  58. Machamp: It unleashes megaton-level punches that send opponents flying clear over the horizon.
  59. Tentacool: They can be found lying dehydrated on beaches, but they are often still alive. When soaked in water, they will revive.
  60. Tentacruel: Normally, it has 80 poisonous tentacles. The longer one has been alive, the fewer tentacles it will have.
  61. Geodude: 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.
  62. Geodude(Alolan): Its body is a magnetic stone. Iron sand attaches firmly to the portions of its body that are particularly magnetic.
  63. Graveler: Mossy rocks are its favorite food. It can devour a ton a day while crunching loudly.
  64. Graveler(Alolan): 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.
  65. Golem: Its body can survive dynamite blasts without a single scratch, but it hates rain and humidity.
  66. Golem(Alolan): It fires rocks charged with electricity. Even if the rock isn’t fired that accurately, just grazing an opponent will cause numbness and fainting.
  67. Slowpoke: 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.
  68. Slowbro: It spaces out while gazing at the sea. With Shellder’s poison flowing through its body, it becomes even spacier.
  69. Slowbro(Mega): All the energy from Mega Evolution poured into the Shellder on its tail, leaving Slowpoke to be swallowed whole.
  70. Magnemite: They gather in places where electricity is available. They can be found clinging to the steel towers used to support power lines.
  71. Magneton: When three Magnemite link together, their brains also become one. They do not become three times more intelligent.
  72. Grimer: Its main source of food is the slimy industrial waste of factories. This Pokémon’s numbers have been decreasing in recent years.
  73. Grimer(Alolan): A Grimer, which had been brought in to solve a problem with garbage, developed over time into this form.
  74. Muk: The stench it gives off will make your nose scrunch up. Still, there are Muk fans who think that’s a good thing.
  75. Muk(Alolan): The garbage it eats causes continuous chemical changes in its body, which produce its exceedingly vivid coloration.
  76. Shellder: The hardness of its shell surpasses the hardness of a diamond. In days gone by, people used the shells to make shields.
  77. Cloyster: Its hard shell cannot be shattered—not even by a bomb. The contents of the shell remain unknown.
  78. Gastly: Should a strange light be seen flickering in an abandoned building, Gastly is lurking there.
  79. Haunter: It strikes at humans from total darkness. Those licked by its cold tongue grow weaker with each passing day until they die.
  80. Gengar: Should you feel yourself attacked by a sudden chill, it is evidence of an approaching Gengar. There is no escaping it. Give up.
  81. Gengar(Mega): Gengar’s relationships are warped. It has no interest in opponents unless it perceives them as prey.
  82. Drowzee: A Pokémon that nourishes itself by eating dreams, it is thought to share common ancestry with Munna and Musharna.
  83. Hypno: While it is an extremely dangerous Pokémon, people who are in need of a good, sound sleep call it their savior.
  84. Exeggcute: Its six eggs use telepathy to communicate among themselves. It is believed to carry plant genes and the genes of other species.
  85. Exeggutor: Each of its heads has its own will. They use telepathy to discuss their plans before coming to a joint decision.
  86. Exeggutor(Alolan): Alola is the best environment for this Pokémon. Local people take pride in its appearance, saying this is how Exeggutor ought to look.
  87. Cubone: When it thinks of its deceased mother, it weeps loudly. Mandibuzz that hear its cries will attack it from the air.
  88. Marowak: Originally, it was weak and timid. After evolution, its temperament becomes violent, and it begins to wield bones as weapons.
  89. Marowak(Alolan): The bones it possesses were once its mother’s. Its mother’s regrets have become like a vengeful spirit protecting this Pokémon.
  90. Chansey: The eggs laid by Chansey are rich in nutrients and a favorite food of many Pokémon.
  91. Kangaskhan: Kangaskhan’s maternal love is so deep that it will brave death to protect its offspring.
  92. Kangaskhan(Mega): Mega Kangaskhan’s strength derives from the mother’s happiness about her child’s growth. Watching it grow up keeps her spirits high.
  93. Goldeen: When the weather grows warm, they form groups and swim upriver. This sight serves as a poetic reminder that spring has arrived.
  94. Seaking: When the weather grows cold, its whole body flushes a deep red. This sight serves as a poetic reminder that autumn has arrived.
  95. Staryu: Large numbers of these Pokémon make their home at the seaside. At night, a strange red glow radiates from the center of their bodies.
  96. Starmie: Its shining core is thought to receive and transmit enigmatic signals. It has been known to cause headaches in those who approach it.
  97. Scyther: It confuses its prey with its quick, ninja-like movements. Then, in an instant, it cleaves them with its scythes.
  98. Electabuzz: Half of all sudden blackouts are caused by Electabuzz gathering at electric power plants and gobbling up electricity.
  99. Magmar: 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.
  100. Pinsir: It grips its prey in its pincers and splits them apart. Although it is a powerful Pokémon, it can’t deal with the cold.
  101. Pinsir(Mega): The influence of Mega Evolution leaves it in a state of constant excitement. It pierces enemies with its two large horns before shredding them.
  102. Tauros: Historically, people in areas all over the world have ridden Tauros, but the practice is said to have started in Alola.
  103. Magikarp: Although weak and helpless, this Pokémon is incredibly fertile. They exist in such multitudes, you’ll soon grow tired of seeing them.
  104. Gyarados: 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.
  105. Gyarados(Mega): Mega Evolution also affects its brain, leaving no other function except its destructive instinct to burn everything to cinders.
  106. Lapras: Its high intelligence enables it to comprehend human speech. When it’s in a good mood, it sings in its beautiful voice.
  107. Ditto: It can reorganize its cells to make itself into a duplicate of anything it sees. The quality of the duplicate depends on the individual.
  108. Eevee: Possessing an unbalanced and unstable genetic makeup, it conceals many possible evolutions.
  109. Vaporeon: Its cells are composed of units much like water molecules. It lives close to water and is often mistaken for a mermaid.
  110. Jolteon: They send out electrical charges of about 10,000 volts. Because they are high-strung, it can be difficult to grow close to them.
  111. Flareon: When it catches prey or finds berries, it breathes fire on them until they’re well done, and then it gobbles them up.
  112. Porygon: Roughly 20 years ago, it was artificially created, utilizing the latest technology of the time.
  113. Aerodactyl: A Pokémon from the age of the dinosaurs. It used its sawlike fangs to shred its prey before eating them.
  114. Aerodactyl(Mega): Part of its body has become stone. Some scholars claim that this is Aerodactyl’s true appearance.
  115. Snorlax: Its stomach is said to be incomparably strong. Even Muk’s poison is nothing more than a hint of spice on Snorlax’s tongue.
  116. Dratini: It grows by molting repeatedly. Boots made from the tanned cast-off skin are a super luxury item.
  117. Dragonair: It has long been thought that its crystalline orbs are imbued with the power to control the weather.
  118. Dragonite: This Pokémon saved a shipwrecked man, taking him to a remote island—a paradise occupied solely by Dragonite.
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  120. Ledyba: 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.
  121. Ledian: 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.
  122. Spinarak: It waits intently until its preferred prey, Cutiefly, gets caught in its web. In fact, it’s quite a patient Pokémon.
  123. Ariados: There are some areas where people use the string Ariados spins for their own weaving. The resulting cloth is popular for its strength.
  124. Crobat: Both its legs became wings, and as a result, it can’t move well on the ground. All it can do is crawl around.
  125. Chinchou: Its two antennae were originally fins. It discharges electricity to stun its prey before attacking.
  126. Lanturn: Should you peer into the ocean at night and see a light shining like the stars, that is Lanturn.
  127. Pichu: It is not yet skilled at controlling electricity. If you take your eyes off it, it may shock itself.
  128. Cleffa: On late nights illuminated by shooting stars, it gazes intently skyward, as if thinking of its home.
  129. Igglybuff: It likes to sing but is not yet good at it. With praise and encouragement, it will get better little by little.
  130. Sudowoodo: To avoid attack, it mimics a tree. It will run off if splashed with water, which it hates.
  131. Politoed: They gather on moonlit nights to form a large chorus. Their cries sound angry and not at all pleasant, but they are certainly distinctive.
  132. Espeon: It can instantaneously sense its opponent’s movements by feeling air currents with its fine fur.
  133. Umbreon: When this Pokémon becomes angry, its pores secrete a poisonous sweat, which it sprays at its opponent’s eyes.
  134. Murkrow: They awaken at dusk and take wing in the twilight, leading to the expression, “Get home before the Murkrow fly.”
  135. Slowking: A poisonous bite reacted with its system, blessing it with the enhanced intellect of a genius. It has full control of its psychic powers.
  136. Misdreavus: It will use any means necessary to frighten people and absorb their life energy. It practices constantly to hone its skill in causing fear.
  137. Snubbull: Despite its intimidating face, it’s quite cowardly. Its desperate attempts to appear threatening make it popular with people.
  138. Granbull: Its well-developed lower jaw and heavy fangs are its weapons. As long as it’s not provoked, it rarely bites.
  139. Scizor: It uses its wings to adjust its body temperature. Otherwise, its metal body would become too hot and melt in the heat of battle.
  140. Scizor(Mega): 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.
  141. Sneasel: It has a cunning yet savage disposition. It waits for parents to leave their nests, and then it sneaks in to steal their eggs.
  142. Corsola: Coral branches grow from its head. They break off quite easily, but they grow back in about three days.
  143. Delibird: Although it naturally prefers colder locales, Delibird in Alola seem able to withstand the heat to a certain extent.
  144. Skarmory: Its feathers, which fall off as it grows, are thin and sharp. In times long past, warriors used them as swords.
  145. Porygon2: For the purposes of planetary development, Porygon was updated with the most cutting-edge technology available.
  146. Smeargle: The unique creations produced by each Smeargle are painted using the fluid that oozes from its tail. This is how it marks its territory.
  147. Elekid: When it’s in a house, electrical outlets serve as its baby bottles. It sucks down electricity.
  148. Magby: 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.
  149. Miltank: 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.
  150. Blissey: 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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  152. Wingull: Its hollow bones enhance its lightness. It spreads its wings to the wind and soars away into the sky.
  153. Pelipper: Its spacious beak is large enough for a small child to fit right inside.
  154. Surskit: It moves as if skating on the surface of the water. It often fights with Dewpider over food.
  155. Masquerain: It intimidates enemies with the eye-like patterns on its antennae. Its four wings allow it to fly in any direction.
  156. Makuhita: It was originally brought in from another region, but now Makuhita from Alola are more famous.
  157. Hariyama: It is known for its fantastic strength, but as it grows older, it focuses more on training Makuhita.
  158. Nosepass: The magnet in Nosepass’s nose provides an unerring compass, making it an excellent partner for Trainers going on a journey.
  159. Sableye: It’s a fiend for gemstones, so it stalks Carbink. Unfortunately, Gabite almost always grabs them first.
  160. Sableye(Mega): The jewel from its chest, which has grown gigantic due to the effects of Mega Evolution, can turn back any attack.
  161. Carvanha: Each school has its own territory. Any intruders are mercilessly attacked with fangs bared.
  162. Sharpedo: 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.
  163. Sharpedo(Mega): The spines sprouting from its head are transformed fangs. If they’re injured or broken off, the spines will regenerate countless times.
  164. Wailmer: It loves to startle people. It fills itself up with seawater and plays by bouncing around like a ball.
  165. Wailord: Wailord pursue their prey in pods. With their large mouths, they can swallow entire schools of Wishiwashi whole.
  166. Torkoal: Coal is the source of Torkoal’s energy. Large amounts of coal can be found in the mountains where they live.
  167. Spinda: Its steps are staggering and unsteady, but Spinda thinks it’s walking in a straight line.
  168. Trapinch: It can live for a week without eating a thing. It waits patiently at the bottom of its nest for prey to appear.
  169. Vibrava: Rather than using its underdeveloped wings for flight, it rubs them together, producing ultrasonic waves to attack its enemies.
  170. Flygon: The flapping of its wings sounds something like singing. Those lured by the sound are enveloped in a sandstorm, becoming Flygon’s prey.
  171. Barboach: Its two whiskers provide a sensitive radar. Even in muddy waters, it can detect its prey’s location.
  172. Whiscash: A glutton that devours anything that moves, it quietly lurks at the bottom of swamps, lying in wait for prey.
  173. Feebas: A tough Pokémon that is perfectly fine even in dirty water. However, due to its ragged, shabby appearance, it isn’t popular.
  174. Milotic: Milotic has provided inspiration to many artists. It has even been referred to as the most beautiful Pokémon of all.
  175. Castform: It changes its form depending on the weather. Changes in the temperature or humidity appear to affect its cellular structure.
  176. Castform(Sun): This is the form Castform takes on the brightest of days. Its skin is unexpectedly hot to the touch, so approach with care.
  177. Castform(Rain): This is the form Castform takes when soaked with rain. When its body is compressed, water will seep out as if from a sponge.
  178. Castform(Hail): This is the form Castform takes when covered in snow. Its body becomes an ice-like material, with a temperature near 23 degrees Fahrenheit.
  179. Absol: 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.
  180. Absol(Mega): When this Pokémon whips the winglike fur on its back as though beating its wings, it sends an intimidating aura flying at its opponents.
  181. Snorunt: Their numbers seem to have rapidly increased in Alola. Custom has it that houses where Snorunt live will be prosperous for generations to come.
  182. Glalie: Legend says a boulder on an icy mountain absorbed the distress and regrets of a stranded mountaineer, giving rise to Glalie.
  183. Glalie(Mega): The excess energy from Mega Evolution spilled over from its mouth, breaking its jaw. It spews endless blizzards.
  184. Relicanth: 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.
  185. Luvdisc: If a Luvdisc is left on its own, it becomes despondent, leaving itself open to attack. That is when Pelipper snatch them up.
  186. Bagon: Its belief that it will be able to fly one day is apparently the influence of information carried in its genes.
  187. Shelgon: The cells within its shell transform with explosive speed, preparing it for evolution.
  188. Salamence: When angered, it loses all sense of itself and destroys everything around it. The destruction will continue until Salamence has tired itself out.
  189. Salamence(Mega): Anyone standing in its path gets sliced right in two, while this Pokémon continues its flight without interruption.
  190. Beldum: Its cells are all magnets. It uses magnetism to communicate with others of its kind.
  191. Metang: When two Beldum link together, their psychic power is doubled. Their intelligence, however, remains unchanged.
  192. Metagross: 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.
  193. Metagross(Mega): This form results from one Metagross, one Metang, and two Beldum linking up.
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  195. Cranidos: It lived in jungles around a hundred million years ago. It used its skillful headbutts to combat Aerodactyl.
  196. Rampardos: The result of repeated headbutts is a skull grown thick and hard. However, its brain has shrunk in size compared with Cranidos’s.
  197. Shieldon: Many fossils of this Pokémon have been found, but almost none have shown signs of damage to the face.
  198. Bastiodon: While it can guard against any sort of attack from the front, it is left without recourse when attacked from behind.
  199. Shellos: 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.
  200. Shellow(East): Shellos lives in the sea and feasts on plankton. The lovelier the ocean where Shellos resides, the more vibrant its color becomes.
  201. Gastrodon: 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.
  202. Gastrodon(East): A team of researchers is scouring the oceans of the world in search of a Gastrodon in a color never seen before.
  203. Drifloon: Stories go that it grabs the hands of small children and drags them away to the afterlife. It dislikes heavy children.
  204. Drifblim: There was once an incident in which a man took a trip riding a Drifblim, only to go missing.
  205. Mismagius: It appears as if from nowhere—muttering incantations, placing curses, and giving people terrifying visions.
  206. Honchkrow: A single cry from this nocturnal Pokémon, and more than a hundred of its Murkrow cronies will assemble.
  207. Bonsly: It does not deal well with water, so it lives in dry locales. Since its surroundings tend to lack greenery, it stands out noticeably.
  208. Happiny: 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.
  209. Gible: It lives in caves warmed by geothermal heat. Even so, when the weather gets cold, it will huddle close with others of its kind.
  210. Gabite: In rare cases, it molts and sheds its scales. Medicine containing its scales as an ingredient will make a weary body feel invigorated.
  211. Garchomp: It can fly at speeds rivaling jet planes. It dives into flocks of bird Pokémon and gulps the entire flock down whole.
  212. Garchomp(Mega): Excess energy melted its arms and wings, transforming them into giant scythes.
  213. Munchlax: It needs to consume its own weight in food every day. As far as flavor is concerned, it’s indifferent.
  214. Riolu: It can discern the physical and emotional states of people, Pokémon, and other natural things from the shape of their aura waves.
  215. Lucario: Not only does it perceive auras, but it has also gained the power to control them. It employs them in battle.
  216. Lucario(Mega): Black streaks all over its body show where its auras and the energy of Mega Evolution intermingled and raced through it.
  217. Finneon: It absorbs sunlight with the pink areas of its skin, which then shine. This appears to be a form of camouflage.
  218. Lumineon: With its shining light, it lures its prey close. However, the light also happens to attract ferocious fish Pokémon—its natural predators.
  219. Weavile: 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.
  220. Magnezone: Three units generate magnetism. There have been many mistaken reports of UFO sightings when Magnezone flies through the night sky.
  221. Electivire: 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.
  222. Magmortar: They dwell in volcanic craters. According to what is known, a single pair of male and female Magmortar lives in one volcano.
  223. Leafeon: Its cellular composition is closer to that of a plant than an animal. It uses photosynthesis to produce its energy supply without eating food.
  224. Glaceon: It can control its body temperature at will. This enables it to freeze the moisture in the atmosphere, creating flurries of diamond dust.
  225. Porygon-Z: In order to create a more advanced Pokémon, an additional program was installed, but apparently it contained a defect that makes it move oddly.
  226. Probopass: It radiates such a powerful magnetic field that nearby electrical appliances become unusable.
  227. Froslass: 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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  229. Lillipup: Because it doesn’t yelp, it’s extremely popular with Trainers who live in apartment buildings.
  230. Herdier: Its dense black fur grows continuously. The high cost of keeping its hard fur properly groomed makes this a troublesome Pokémon to train.
  231. Stoutland: Intelligent, good-natured, and valiant, it’s a trustworthy partner on rescue teams.
  232. Roggenrola: Born deep within the ground, it compares itself with similar species, such as Geodude and Carbink, to settle which has the hardest body.
  233. Boldore: Its orange crystal is a mass of energy. Just one crystal fragment would provide enough fuel for a hundred dump trucks.
  234. Gigalith: 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.
  235. Cottonee: When it finds others of its kind, they all stick together. When enough of them have collected, the mass resembles a cumulonimbus cloud.
  236. Whimsicott: 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.
  237. Petilil: Although the leaves on its head are bitter enough to cause dizziness, they provide relief from weariness—even more so when boiled.
  238. Lilligant: No matter how much time and money is spent raising it, its flowers are the most beautiful when they bloom in the wild.
  239. Sandile: It submerges itself in sand and moves as if swimming. This wise behavior keeps its enemies from finding it and maintains its temperature.
  240. Krokorok: They move in groups of a few individuals. A female is often the leader of the group, and the males will gather food.
  241. Krookodile: Its unique faculty of sight can detect small prey more than 30 miles away, even in the midst of a sandstorm.
  242. Tirtouga: Based on studies of its skeletal structure, it can apparently dive to ocean depths of over half a mile.
  243. Carracosta: It constructed its sturdy shell by crunching and swallowing the hard shells or bones of its prey.
  244. Archen: It is the ancestor of all bird Pokémon. Archen itself could not actually fly but moved by hopping from treetop to treetop.
  245. Archeops: Although apparently able to fly, they tended to run along the ground, averaging speeds of roughly 25 mph.
  246. Trubbish: Unsanitary places are what they like best. They can be spotted in Alola, often with Grimer in hot pursuit.
  247. Garbador: 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.
  248. Vanillite: Born of an icicle, this Pokémon uses its frosty breath to make ice crystals, causing snow to fall.
  249. Vanillish: Hot days cause its body to melt. It can be restored by refreezing it, but the process leaves its body slightly warped.
  250. Vanilluxe: Each of its two heads has a brain, and when they are in agreement, it attacks its enemies by exhaling a violent blizzard.
  251. Emolga: It glides using its cape-like membrane. Electrical energy scatters from it, shocking its friends and foes alike.
  252. Alomomola: It uses its special mucus to close the wounds of injured Pokémon. The reason for this behavior remains unknown.
  253. Rufflet: They pick fights indiscriminately. They grow stronger and more powerful each time they faint or are injured.
  254. Braviary: With its brave disposition, it fears nothing—not even death. Ancient Alolan people respected it, referring to it as “the hero of the sky.”
  255. Vullaby: It protects its plump posterior with the bones of prey it has consumed. As it grows, it  replaces the bones.
  256. Mandibuzz: 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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  258. Fletchling: This amiable Pokémon is easy to train. But when battle is joined, it shows its ferocious side.
  259. Fletchinder: From its beak, it fires embers at its prey. Once it has caught them, it grills them at high heat before feasting upon them.
  260. Talonflame: Its favorite foods are Wingull and Pikipek. It attacks with a powerful kick and grasps them firmly in its talons.
  261. Pancham: It grows up imitating the behavior of Pangoro, which it looks up to as a leader.
  262. Pangoro: It boasts superb physical strength. Those who wish to become Pangoro’s Trainer have no choice but to converse with their fists.
  263. Sylveon: Its ribbonlike feelers give off an aura that weakens hostility in its prey, causing them to let down their guard. Then it attacks.
  264. Carbink: Born from the high temperatures and pressures deep underground, it defends itself by firing beams from the jewel part of its body.
  265. Goomy: The weakest of all Dragon-type Pokémon, it’s unable to breathe if its skin dries out, so it sticks to shady places.
  266. Sliggoo: 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.
  267. Goodra: An amazingly friendly Pokémon, but if left to itself, loneliness overcomes it, and it oozes gooey tears.
  268. Klefki: This even-tempered Pokémon has a habit of collecting keys. It will sneak into people’s homes to steal their keys.
  269. Phantump: These Pokémon are stumps possessed by the spirits of children who died in the forest. Their cries sound like eerie screams.
  270. Trevenant: This Pokémon is said to devour anyone daring to ravage the forest. To the creatures dwelling in the forest, it offers great kindness.
  271. 2x Zygarde: 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.
  272. 2x Zygarde(10%): 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.
  273. Zygarde(Complete): This is Zygarde’s form at times when it uses its overwhelming power to suppress those who endanger the ecosystem.
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  276. Rowlet: This wary Pokémon uses photosynthesis to store up energy during the day, while becoming active at night.
  277. Dartrix: 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.
  278. Decidueye: It fires arrow quills from its wings with such precision, they can pierce a pebble at distances over a hundred yards.
  279. Litten: 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.
  280. Torracat: At its throat, it bears a bell of fire. The bell rings brightly whenever this Pokémon spits fire.
  281. Incineroar: 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.
  282. Popplio: This Pokémon snorts body fluids from its nose, blowing balloons to smash into its foes. It’s famous for being a hard worker.
  283. Brionne: A skillful dancer, it creates a sequence of water balloons as it dances, and briskly bombards its enemies.
  284. Primarina: 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.
  285. Pikipek: 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.
  286. Trumbeak:It eats berries and stores their seeds in its beak. When it encounters enemies or prey, it fires off all the seeds in a burst.
  287. Toucannon: When it battles, its beak heats up. The temperature can easily exceed 212 degrees Fahrenheit, causing severe burns when it hits.
  288. Yungoos: With its sharp fangs, it will bite anything. It did not originally live in Alola but was imported from another region.
  289. Gumshoos: When it finds a trace of its prey, it patiently stakes out the location...but it’s always snoozing by nightfall.
  290. Grubbin: Its strong jaw enables it to scrape trees and slurp out the sap. It normally lives underground.
  291. Charjabug: Its body is capable of storing electricity. On camping trips, people are grateful to have one around.
  292. Vikavolt: It zips around, on sharp lookout for an opening. It concentrates electrical energy within its large jaws and uses it to zap its enemies.
  293. Crabrawler: 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.
  294. Crabominable: It aimed for the top but got lost and ended up on a snowy mountain. Being forced to endure the cold, this Pokémon evolved and grew fur.
  295. Oricorio: It beats its wings together to create fire. As it moves in the steps of its beautiful dance, it bathes opponents in intense flames.
  296. Oricorio(Pom-Pom): This Oricorio has sipped bright yellow nectar. Its bright, cheerful dance melts the hearts of its enemies.
  297. Oricorio(Pa'u): This Oricorio relaxes by swaying gently. This increases its psychic energy, which it then fires at its enemies.
  298. Oricorio(Sensu): This Oricorio has sipped purple nectar. Its elegant, attractive dance will send the minds and hearts of its enemies to another world.
  299. Cutiefly: 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.
  300. Ribombee: It rolls up pollen into puffs. It makes many different varieties, some used as food and others used in battle.
  301. Rockruff: It’s considered to be a good Pokémon for beginners because of its friendliness, but its disposition grows rougher as it grows up.
  302. Lycanroc: Its quick movements confuse its enemies. Well equipped with claws and fangs, it also uses the sharp rocks in its mane as weapons.
  303. Lycanroc(Midnight): The more intimidating the opponent it faces, the more this Pokémon’s blood boils. It will attack with no regard for its own safety.
  304. Wishiwashi: 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.
  305. Wishiwashi(School): Weak Wishiwashi school together to concentrate their power. Their united force makes them the demon of the sea, feared near and far.
  306. Mareanie: It plunges the poison spike on its head into its prey. When the prey has weakened, Mareanie deals the finishing blow with its 10 tentacles.
  307. Toxapex: Toxapex crawls along the ocean floor on its 12 legs. It leaves a trail of Corsola bits scattered in its wake.
  308. Mudbray: The mud stuck to Mudbray’s hooves enhances its grip and its powerful running gait.
  309. Mudsdale: It spits a mud that provides resistance to both wind and rain, so the walls of old houses were often coated with it.
  310. Dewpider: It crawls onto the land in search of food. Its water bubble allows it to breathe and protects its soft head.
  311. Araquanid: It delivers headbutts with the water bubble on its head. Small Pokémon get sucked into the bubble, where they drown.
  312. Fomantis: During the day, it sleeps and soaks up light. When night falls, it walks around looking for a safer place to sleep.
  313. Lurantis: It requires a lot of effort to maintain Lurantis’s vivid coloring, but some collectors enjoy this work and treat it as their hobby.
  314. Morelull: It scatters spores that flicker and glow. Anyone seeing these lights falls into a deep slumber.
  315. Shiinotic: Forests where Shiinotic live are treacherous to enter at night. People confused by its strange lights can never find their way home again.
  316. Salandit: It burns its bodily fluids to create a poisonous gas. When its enemies become disoriented from inhaling the gas, it attacks them.
  317. Salazzle: For some reason, only females have been found. It creates a reverse harem of male Salandit that it lives with.
  318. Stufful: Despite its adorable appearance, when it gets angry and flails about, its arms and legs could knock a pro wrestler sprawling.
  319. Bewear: This immensely dangerous Pokémon possesses overwhelming physical strength. Its habitat is generally off-limits.
  320. Bounsweet: A delectable aroma pours from its body. They are often swallowed whole by Toucannon lured by that wafting deliciousness.
  321. Steenee: 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.
  322. Tsareena: 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.
  323. Comfey: It attaches flowers to its highly nutritious vine. This revitalizes the flowers, and they give off an aromatic scent.
  324. Oranguru: Known for its extreme intelligence, this Pokémon will look down on inexperienced Trainers, so it’s best suited to veteran Trainers.
  325. Passimian: They form groups of roughly 20 individuals. Their mutual bond is remarkable—they will never let down a comrade.
  326. Wimpod: This Pokémon is a coward. As it desperately dashes off, the flailing of its many legs leaves a sparkling clean path in its wake.
  327. Golisopod: With a flashing slash of its giant sharp claws, it cleaves seawater—or even air—right in two.
  328. Sandygast: Born from a sand mound playfully built by a child, this Pokémon embodies the grudges of the departed.
  329. Palossand: Possessed people controlled by this Pokémon transformed its sand mound into a castle. As it evolved, its power to curse grew ever stronger.
  330. Pyukumuku: 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.
  331. Type: Null: The heavy control mask it wears suppresses its intrinsic capabilities. This Pokémon has some hidden special power.
  332. Silvally: 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.
  333. 17x Silvally([Respective Memory]): It destroyed its own control mask. It has become capable of changing its type by equipping special memories.
  334. Minior: Originally making its home in the ozone layer, it hurtles to the ground when the shell enclosing its body grows too heavy.
  335. 7x Minior([Respective Core]): It eats dust in the atmosphere. The composition of the dust determines the color of its core.
  336. Komala: 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.
  337. Turtonator: The shell on its back is chemically unstable and explodes violently if struck. The hole in its stomach is its weak point.
  338. Togedemaru: 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.
  339. Mimikyu: Its actual appearance is unknown. A scholar who saw what was under its rag was overwhelmed by terror and died from the shock.
  340. Mimikyu(Broken): 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.
  341. Bruxish: When it unleashes its psychic power from the protuberance on its head, the grating sound of grinding teeth echoes through the area.
  342. Drampa: It has a compassionate personality, but if it is angered, it completely destroys its surroundings with its intense breath.
  343. Dhelmise: Swinging its massive anchor, it can KO Wailord in a single blow. What appears to be green seaweed is actually its body.
  344. Jangmo-o: It expresses its feelings by smacking its scales. Metallic sounds echo through the tall mountains where Jangmo-o lives.
  345. Hakamo-o: It leaps at its prey with a courageous shout. Its scaly punches tear its opponents to shreds.
  346. Kommo-o: When it spots enemies, it threatens them by jingling the scales on its tail. Weak opponents will crack and flee in panic.
  347. Tapu Koko: This guardian deity of Melemele is brimming with curiosity. It summons thunderclouds and stores their lightning inside its body.
  348. Tapu Lele: This guardian deity of Akala is guilelessly cruel. The fragrant aroma of flowers is the source of its energy.
  349. Tapu Bulu: 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.
  350. Tapu Fini: The dense fog it creates brings the downfall and destruction of its confused enemies. Ocean currents are the source of its energy.
  351. Cosmog: Its body is gaseous and frail. It slowly grows as it collects dust from the atmosphere.
  352. Cosmoem: Motionless as if dead, its body is faintly warm to the touch. In the distant past, it was called the cocoon of the stars.
  353. Solgaleo: 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.
  354. Lunala: It is said to be a female evolution of Cosmog. When its third eye activates, away it flies to another world.
  355. Nihilego: One of several mysterious Ultra Beasts. People on the street report observing those infested by it suddenly becoming violent.
  356. Buzzwole: This Ultra Beast appeared from another world. It shows off its body, but whether that display is a boast or a threat remains unclear.
  357. Pheromosa: One of the dangerous Ultra Beasts, it has been spotted running across the land at terrific speeds.
  358. Xurkitree: One of the mysterious life-forms known as Ultra Beasts. Astonishing electric shocks emanate from its entire body, according to witnesses.
  359. Celesteela: It appeared from the Ultra Wormhole. Witnesses observed it flying across the sky at high speed.
  360. Kortana: 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.
  361. Guzzlord: It has gobbled mountains and swallowed whole buildings, according to reports. It’s one of the Ultra Beasts.
  362. Necrozma: Reminiscent of the Ultra Beasts, this life-form, apparently asleep underground, is thought to have come from another world in ancient times.
  363. Magearna: This artificial Pokémon, constructed more than 500 years ago, can understand human speech but cannot itself speak.
  364. Magearna(Painted): This beautiful form reflects Magearna’s appearance when first presented to a king’s daughter 500 years ago.
  365. Marshadow: Able to conceal itself in shadows, it never appears before humans, so its very existence was the stuff of myth.
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