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Pokemon Bank Update Dex Entries (3/3)

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  5. A strange seed was planted on its back at birth. The plant sprouts and grows with this Pokémon.
  6. There is a plant bulb on its back. When it absorbs nutrients, the bulb is said to blossom into a large flower.
  7. By spreading the broad petals of its flower and catching the sun’s rays, it fills its body with power.
  8. The flame on its tail indicates Charmander’s life force. If it is healthy, the flame burns brightly.
  9. It lashes about with its tail to knock down its foe. It then tears up the fallen opponent with sharp claws.
  10. When expelling a blast of superhot fire, the red flame at the tip of its tail burns more intensely.
  11. It shelters itself in its shell, then strikes back with spouts of water at every opportunity.
  12. When tapped, this Pokémon will pull in its head, but its tail will still stick out a little bit.
  13. It crushes its foe under its heavy body to cause fainting. In a pinch, it will withdraw inside its shell.
  14. For protection, it releases a horrible stench from the antennae on its head to drive away enemies.
  15. A steel-hard shell protects its tender body. It quietly endures hardships while awaiting evolution.
  16. It loves the honey of flowers and can locate flower patches that have even tiny amounts of pollen.
  17. Often found in forests and grasslands. It has a sharp, toxic barb of around two inches on top of its head.
  18. Almost incapable of moving, this Pokémon can only harden its shell to protect itself when it is in danger.
  19. It has three poisonous stingers on its forelegs and its tail. They are used to jab its enemy repeatedly.
  20. A common sight in forests and woods. It flaps its wings at ground level to kick up blinding sand.
  21. The claws on its feet are well developed. It can carry prey such as an Exeggcute to its nest over 60 miles away.
  22. When hunting, it skims the surface of water at high speed to pick off unwary prey such as Magikarp.
  23. Living wherever there is food available, it ceaselessly scavenges for edibles the entire day.
  24. It whittles its constantly growing fangs by gnawing on hard things. It can chew apart cinder walls.
  25. Very protective of its territory, it flaps its short wings busily to dart around at high speed.
  26. With its huge and magnificent wings, it can keep aloft without ever having to land for rest.
  27. The older it gets, the longer it grows. At night, it wraps its long body around tree branches to rest.
  28. The pattern on its belly appears to be a frightening face. Weak foes will flee just at the sight of the pattern.
  29. It raises its tail to check its surroundings. The tail is sometimes struck by lightning in this pose.
  30. When its electricity builds, its muscles are stimulated, and it becomes more aggressive than usual.
  31. It burrows and lives underground. If threatened, it curls itself up into a ball for protection.
  32. If it digs at an incredible pace, it may snap off its spikes and claws. They grow back in a day.
  33. Although small, its venomous barbs render this Pokémon dangerous. The female has smaller horns.
  34. The female has a gentle temperament. It emits ultrasonic cries that have the power to befuddle foes.
  35. It uses its scaly, rugged body to seal the entrance of its nest and protect its young from predators.
  36. It scans its surroundings by raising its ears out of the grass. Its toxic horn is for protection.
  37. It raises its big ears to check its surroundings. If it senses anything, it attacks immediately.
  38. It is recognized by its rock-hard hide and its extended horn. Be careful with the horn, as it contains venom.
  39. It is said that happiness will come to those who see a gathering of Clefairy dancing under a full moon.
  40. Its hearing is so acute it can hear a pin drop over half a mile away. It lives on quiet mountains.
  41. When it is born, it has just one snow-white tail. The tail splits from its tip as it grows older.
  42. It has nine long tails and fur that gleams gold. It is said to live for 1,000 years.
  43. It captivates foes with its huge, round eyes, then lulls them to sleep by singing a soothing melody.
  44. Their fur feels so good that if two of them snuggle together, they won’t want to be separated.
  45. Even though it has no eyes, it can sense obstacles using ultrasonic waves it emits from its mouth.
  46. Once it bites, it will not stop draining energy from the victim even if it gets too heavy to fly.
  47. During the day, it stays in the cold underground to avoid the sun. It grows by bathing in moonlight.
  48. Smells incredibly foul! However, around one out of a thousand people enjoy sniffing its nose-bending stink.
  49. The larger its petals, the more toxic pollen it contains. Its big head is heavy and hard to hold up.
  50. Growing out of the bug’s back are mushrooms called tochukaso. The mushrooms grow with the bug host.
  51. A mushroom grown larger than the host’s body controls Parasect. It scatters poisonous spores.
  52. Its big eyes are actually clusters of tiny eyes. At night, its kind is drawn by light.
  53. The scales it scatters will paralyze anyone who touches them, making that person unable to stand.
  54. Lives about one yard underground where it feeds on plant roots. It sometimes appears aboveground.
  55. In battle, it digs through the ground and strikes the unsuspecting foe from an unexpected direction.
  56. It is nocturnal in nature. If it spots something shiny, its eyes glitter brightly.
  57. Although its fur has many admirers, it is tough to raise as a pet because of its fickle meanness.
  58. It is constantly wracked by a headache. When the headache turns intense, it begins using mysterious powers.
  59. It appears by waterways at dusk. It may use telekinetic powers if its forehead glows mysteriously.
  60. It’s unsafe to approach if it gets violently enraged for no reason and can’t distinguish friends from foes.
  61. It stops being angry only when nobody else is around. To view this moment is very difficult.
  62. Very friendly and faithful to people. It will try to repel enemies by barking and biting.
  63. A Pokémon that has long been admired for its beauty. It runs agilely as if on wings.
  64. Its slick black skin is thin and damp. A part of its internal organs can be seen through the skin as a spiral pattern.
  65. It can live in or out of water. When out of water, it constantly sweats to keep its body slimy.
  66. With its extremely tough muscles, it can keep swimming in the Pacific Ocean without resting.
  67. It sleeps for 18 hours a day. It uses a variety of extrasensory powers even while asleep.
  68. When it uses its psychic power, it emits strong alpha waves that can ruin precision devices.
  69. Its brain cells multiply continually until it dies. As a result, it remembers everything.
  70. It hefts a Graveler repeatedly to strengthen its entire body. It uses every type of martial arts.
  71. Its muscular body is so powerful, it must wear a power-save belt to be able to regulate its motions.
  72. Its four ruggedly developed arms can launch a flurry of 1,000 punches in just two seconds.
  73. Even though its body is extremely skinny, it is blindingly fast when catching its prey.
  74. The leafy parts act as cutters for slashing foes. It spits a fluid that dissolves everything.
  75. Said to live in huge colonies deep in jungles, although no one has ever returned from there.
  76. Its body is virtually composed of water. It shoots strange beams from its crystal-like eyes.
  77. The tentacles are normally kept short. On hunts, they are extended to ensnare and immobilize prey.
  78. Found in fields and mountains. Mistaking them for boulders, people often step or trip on them.
  79. With a free and uncaring nature, it doesn’t mind if pieces break off while it rolls down mountains.
  80. It tumbles down mountains, leaving grooves from peak to base. Stay clear of these grooves.
  81. As a newborn, it can barely stand. However, through galloping, its legs are made tougher and faster.
  82. Very competitive, this Pokémon will chase anything that moves fast in the hopes of racing it.
  83. It is always vacantly lost in thought, but no one knows what it is thinking about. It is good at fishing with its tail.
  84. An attached Shellder won’t let go because of the tasty flavor that oozes out of its tail.
  85. The units at the sides of its body generate antigravity energy to keep it aloft in the air.
  86. A linked cluster formed of several Magnemite. It discharges powerful magnetic waves at high voltage.
  87. The plant stalk it holds is its weapon. The stalk is used like a sword to cut all sorts of things.
  88. A two-headed Pokémon that was discovered as a sudden mutation. It runs at a pace of over 60 miles per hour.
  89. An enemy that takes its eyes off any of the three heads--even for a second--will get pecked severely.
  90. A Pokémon that lives on icebergs. It swims in the sea using the point on its head to break up ice.
  91. Its body is covered with a pure white fur. The colder the weather, the more active it becomes.
  92. Sludge exposed to X-rays from the moon transformed into Grimer. It loves feeding on filthy things.
  93. They love to gather in smelly areas where sludge accumulates, making the stench around them worse.
  94. Its hard shell repels any kind of attack. It is vulnerable only when its shell is open.
  95. Cloyster that live in seas with harsh tidal currents grow large, sharp spikes on their shells.
  96. Its body is made of gas. Despite lacking substance, it can envelop an opponent of any size and cause suffocation.
  97. If you get the feeling of being watched in darkness when nobody is around, Haunter is there.
  98. It hides in shadows. It is said that if Gengar is hiding, it cools the area by nearly 10 degrees Fahrenheit.
  99. Burrows at high speed in search of food. The tunnels it leaves are used as homes by Diglett.
  100. Puts enemies to sleep, then eats their dreams. Occasionally gets sick from eating only bad dreams.
  101. It carries a pendulum-like device. There once was an incident in which it took away a child it hypnotized.
  102. If it senses danger approaching, it cloaks itself with bubbles from its mouth so it will look bigger.
  103. Its large and hard pincer has 10,000-horsepower strength. However, being so big, it is unwieldy to move.
  104. It was discovered when Poké Balls were introduced. It is said that there is some connection.
  105. It explodes in response to even minor stimuli. It is feared, with the nickname of “The Bomb Ball.”
  106. Its six eggs converse using telepathy. They can quickly gather if they become separated.
  107. Its three heads think independently. However, they are friendly and never appear to squabble.
  108. It wears the skull of its dead mother on its head. When it becomes lonesome, it is said to cry loudly.
  109. It is small and was originally very weak. Its temperament turned ferocious when it began using bones.
  110. The legs freely contract and stretch. The stretchy legs allow it to hit a distant foe with a rising kick.
  111. The arm-twisting punches it throws pulverize even concrete. It rests after three minutes of fighting.
  112. Its long tongue, slathered with a gooey saliva, sticks to anything, so it is very useful.
  113. Its thin, balloon-like body is inflated by horribly toxic gases. It reeks when it is nearby.
  114. If one of the twin Koffing inflates, the other one deflates. It constantly mixes its poisonous gases.
  115. Strong, but not too bright, this Pokémon can shatter even a skyscraper with its charging Tackles.
  116. Protected by an armor-like hide, it is capable of living in molten lava of 3,600 degrees Fahrenheit.
  117. It is said to deliver happiness. Being compassionate, it shares its eggs with injured people.
  118. Many writhing vines cover it, so its true identity remains unknown. The blue vines grow its whole life long.
  119. It raises its offspring in its belly pouch. It lets the baby out to play only when it feels safe.
  120. Known to shoot down flying bugs with precision blasts of ink from the surface of the water.
  121. Its body bristles with sharp spikes. Carelessly trying to touch it could cause fainting from the spikes.
  122. It swims at a steady 5 knots. If it senses danger, it will strike back with its sharp horn.
  123. In the autumn spawning season, they can be seen swimming powerfully up rivers and creeks.
  124. Even if its body is torn, it can regenerate as long as the glowing central core remains intact.
  125. Its central core glows with the seven colors of the rainbow. Some people value the core as a gem.
  126. Emanations from its fingertips solidify the air into invisible walls that repel even harsh attacks.
  127. It tears and shreds prey with its wickedly sharp scythes. It very rarely spreads its wings to fly.
  128. It wiggles its hips as it walks. It can cause people to dance in unison with it.
  129. Electricity runs across the surface of its body. In darkness, its entire body glows a whitish blue.
  130. Found near the mouth of a volcano. This fire-breather’s body temperature is nearly 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit.
  131. It grips prey with its pincers until the prey is torn in half. What it can’t tear, it tosses far.
  132. After heightening its will to fight by whipping itself with its three tails, it charges at full speed.
  133. It is virtually worthless in terms of both power and speed. It is the most weak and pathetic Pokémon in the world.
  134. In ancient literature, there is a record of a Gyarados that razed a village when violence flared.
  135. They have gentle hearts. Because they rarely fight, many have been caught. Their number has dwindled.
  136. It has the ability to reconstitute its entire cellular structure to transform into whatever it sees.
  137. A rare Pokémon that adapts to harsh environments by taking on different evolutionary forms.
  138. It prefers beautiful shores. With cells similar to water molecules, it could melt in water.
  139. Every hair on its body starts to stand sharply on end if it becomes charged with electricity.
  140. It has a flame sac in its body. Its body temperature tops 1,650 degrees Fahrenheit before battle.
  141. A man-made Pokémon that came about as a result of research. It is programmed with only basic motions.
  142. A prehistoric Pokémon that lived in the primordial sea, it swims by twisting its 10 tentacles about.
  143. Its tentacles are highly developed as if they are hands and feet. As soon as it ensnares prey, it bites.
  144. It is thought to have inhabited beaches 300 million years ago. It is protected by a stiff shell.
  145. In the water, it tucks in its limbs to become more compact, then it wiggles its shell to swim fast.
  146. It was regenerated from a dinosaur’s genetic matter that was found in amber. It flies with high-pitched cries.
  147. It is not satisfied unless it eats over 880 pounds of food every day. When it is done eating, it goes promptly to sleep.
  148. A legendary bird Pokémon. It can create blizzards by freezing moisture in the air.
  149. A legendary bird Pokémon that is said to appear from clouds while dropping enormous lightning bolts.
  150. It is said to be the legendary bird Pokémon of fire. Every flap of its wings creates a dazzling flare of flames.
  151. It is called the “Mirage Pokémon” because so few have seen it. Its shed skin has been found.
  152. Its crystalline orbs appear to give this Pokémon the power to freely control the weather.
  153. It can fly in spite of its big and bulky physique. It circles the globe in just 16 hours.
  154. It was created by a scientist after years of horrific gene-splicing and DNA-engineering experiments.
  155. Because it can use all kinds of moves, many scientists believe Mew to be the ancestor of Pokémon.
  156. A sweet aroma gently wafts from the leaf on its head. It is docile and loves to soak up sun rays.
  157. A spicy aroma emanates from around its neck. The aroma acts as a stimulant to restore health.
  158. The aroma that rises from its petals contains a substance that calms aggressive feelings.
  159. It is timid and always curls itself up in a ball. If attacked, it flares up its back for protection.
  160. Before battle, it turns its back on its opponent to demonstrate how ferociously its fire blazes.
  161. If its rage peaks, it becomes so hot that anything that touches it will instantly go up in flames.
  162. It is small but rough and tough. It won’t hesitate to take a bite out of anything that moves.
  163. If it loses a fang, a new one grows back in its place. There are always 48 fangs lining its mouth.
  164. It usually moves slowly, but it goes at blinding speed when it attacks and bites prey.
  165. When acting as a lookout, it warns others of danger by screeching and hitting the ground with its tail.
  166. The mother puts its offspring to sleep by curling up around them. It corners foes with speed.
  167. It has a perfect sense of time. Whatever happens, it keeps rhythm by precisely tilting its head in time.
  168. Its eyes are specially adapted. They concentrate even faint light and enable it to see in the dark.
  169. When the weather turns cold, lots of Ledyba gather from everywhere to cluster and keep each other warm.
  170. When the stars flicker in the night sky, it flutters about, scattering a glowing powder.
  171. It spins a web using fine--but durable--thread. It then waits patiently for prey to be trapped.
  172. It spins string not only from its rear but also from its mouth. It’s hard to tell which end is which.
  173. It flies so silently through the dark on its four wings that it may not be noticed even when nearby.
  174. On the dark ocean floor, its only means of communication is its constantly flashing lights.
  175. Lanturn’s light can shine up from great depths. It is nicknamed “The Deep-Sea Star.”
  176. It plays with others by touching tails and setting off sparks. This appears to be a test of courage.
  177. Because of its unusual, starlike silhouette, people believe that it came here on a meteor.
  178. Instead of walking with its short legs, it moves around by bouncing on its soft, tender body.
  179. The shell seems to be filled with joy. It is said that it will share good luck when treated kindly.
  180. It grows dispirited if it is not with kind people. It can float in midair without moving its wings.
  181. Because its wings aren’t yet fully grown, it has to hop to get around. It is always staring at something.
  182. Once it begins to meditate at sunrise, the entire day will pass before it will move again.
  183. Its fluffy coat swells to double when static electricity builds up. Touching it can be shocking.
  184. Its fluffy fleece easily stores electricity. Its rubbery hide keeps it from being electrocuted.
  185. The tail’s tip shines brightly and can be seen from far away. It acts as a beacon for lost people.
  186. Bellossom gather at times and seem to dance. They say that the dance is a ritual to summon the sun.
  187. The fur on its body naturally repels water. It can stay dry, even when it plays in the water.
  188. Its long ears are superb sensors. It can distinguish the movements of living things on riverbeds.
  189. Although it always pretends to be a tree, its composition appears more similar to rock than to vegetation.
  190. Whenever three or more of these get together, they sing in a loud voice that sounds like bellowing.
  191. Its body is so light, it must grip the ground firmly with its feet to keep from being blown away.
  192. The bloom on top of its head opens and closes as the temperature fluctuates up and down.
  193. Blown by seasonal winds, it circles the globe, scattering cotton spores as it goes.
  194. It lives atop tall trees. When leaping from branch to branch, it deftly uses its tail for balance.
  195. It may plummet from the sky. If attacked by a Spearow, it will violently shake its leaves.
  196. As the hot season approaches, the petals on this Pokémon’s face become more vivid and lively.
  197. Its eyes can see 360 degrees without moving its head. It won’t miss prey--even those behind it.
  198. This Pokémon lives in cold water. It will leave the water to search for food when it gets cold outside.
  199. It has a sluggish nature. It lies at the river’s bottom, waiting for prey to stray into its mouth.
  200. The tip of its forked tail quivers when it is predicting its opponent’s next move.
  201. The light of the moon changed Eevee’s genetic structure. It lurks in darkness for prey.
  202. It hides any shiny object it finds in a secret location. Murkrow and Meowth loot one another’s stashes.
  203. It has incredible intellect and intuition. Whatever the situation, it remains calm and collected.
  204. It gets nourishment from fear that it absorbs into its red orbs. In daytime, it sleeps in darkness.
  205. Its flat, thin body is always stuck on walls. Its shape appears to have some meaning.
  206. It hates light and shock. If attacked, it inflates its body to build up its counterstrike.
  207. While it sleeps, the head on its tail keeps watch. The tail doesn’t need to sleep.
  208. It likes to make its shell thicker by adding layers of tree bark. The additional weight doesn’t bother it.
  209. It is encased in a steel shell. Its peering eyes are all that can be seen of its mysterious innards.
  210. When spotted, this Pokémon escapes backward by furiously boring into the ground with its tail.
  211. It usually clings to cliffs. When it spots its prey, it spreads its wings and glides down to attack.
  212. Tempered underground under high pressure and heat, its body is harder than any metal.
  213. It has an active, playful nature. Many women like to frolic with it because of its affectionate ways.
  214. It is timid in spite of its looks. If it becomes enraged, however, it will strike with its huge fangs.
  215. To fire its poison spikes, it must inflate its body by drinking over 2.6 gallons of water all at once.
  216. This Pokémon’s pincers, which contain steel, can crush any hard object it gets ahold of into bits.
  217. The berries stored in its jar-like shell eventually become a thick, pulpy juice.
  218. This powerful Pokémon thrusts its prized horn under its enemies’ bellies, then lifts and throws them.
  219. It feeds on eggs stolen from nests. Its sharply hooked claws rip vulnerable spots on prey.
  220. If it finds honey, its crescent mark glows. It always licks its paws because they’re soaked with honey.
  221. With its ability to distinguish any aroma, it unfailingly finds all food buried deep underground.
  222. A common sight in volcanic areas, it slowly slithers around in a constant search for warm places.
  223. Its brittle shell occasionally spouts intense flames that circulate throughout its body.
  224. It rubs its snout on the ground to find and dig up food. It sometimes discovers hot springs.
  225. Although its legs are short, its rugged hooves prevent it from slipping, even on icy ground.
  226. It continuously sheds and grows. The tip of its head is prized as a treasure because of its beauty.
  227. It has superb accuracy. The water it shoots out can strike moving prey from more than 300 feet away.
  228. It has a tendency to want to be in holes. It prefers rock crags or pots and sprays ink from them before attacking.
  229. It carries food rolled up in its tail. It has the habit of sharing food with people lost in mountains.
  230. If it builds up enough speed swimming, it can fly over 300 feet out of the water from the surface of the ocean.
  231. After nesting in bramble bushes, the wings of its chicks grow hard from scratches by thorns.
  232. Around dawn, its ominous howl echoes through the area to announce that this is its territory.
  233. Long ago, people imagined its eerie howls to be the call of the grim reaper.
  234. It is said that it usually hides in underwater caves. It can create whirlpools by yawning.
  235. As a sign of affection, it bumps with its snout. However, it is so strong, it may send you flying.
  236. It has sharp, hard tusks and a rugged hide. Its Tackle is strong enough to knock down a house.
  237. Further research enhanced its abilities. Sometimes, it may exhibit motions that were not programmed.
  238. Staring at its antlers creates an odd sensation as if one were being drawn into their centers.
  239. It marks its territory by using its tail like a paintbrush. There are more than 5,000 different marks.
  240. It is always bursting with energy. To make itself stronger, it keeps on fighting even if it loses.
  241. It fights while spinning like a top. The centrifugal force boosts its destructive power by 10.
  242. Its lips are the most sensitive part of its body. It always uses its lips first to examine things.
  243. It generates electricity by whirling its arms. However, it can’t store the energy it makes.
  244. It’s small, but its body temperature is over 1,100 degrees Fahrenheit. Embers escape its mouth and nose when it breathes.
  245. If it is around babies, the milk it produces contains much more nutrition than usual.
  246. The eggs it lays are filled with happiness. Eating even one bite will bring a smile to anyone.
  247. The rain clouds it carries let it fire thunderbolts at will. They say that it descended with lightning.
  248. A Pokémon that races across the land. It is said that one is born every time a new volcano appears.
  249. It races around the world to purify fouled water. It dashes away with the north wind.
  250. It feeds on soil. After it has eaten a large mountain, it falls asleep so it can grow.
  251. Its body is as hard as bedrock. By venting pressurized gas, it can launch itself like a rocket.
  252. In just one of its mighty hands, it has the power to make the ground shake and mountains crumble.
  253. It sleeps in a deep-sea trench. If it flaps its wings, it is said to cause a 40-day storm.
  254. A legend says that its body glows in seven colors. A rainbow is said to form behind it when it flies.
  255. This Pokémon wanders across time. Grass and trees flourish in the forests in which it has appeared.
  256. It quickly scales even vertical walls. It senses humidity with its tail to predict the next day’s weather.
  257. Its strongly developed thigh muscles give it astounding agility and jumping performance.
  258. The leaves that grow on its arms can slice down thick trees. It is without peer in jungle combat.
  259. It has a flame sac inside its belly that perpetually burns. It feels warm if it is hugged.
  260. Its kicking mastery lets it loose 10 kicks per second. It emits sharp cries to intimidate foes.
  261. It can clear a 30-story building in a leap. Its fiery punches scorch its foes.
  262. Its large tail fin propels it through water with powerful acceleration. It is strong in spite of its size.
  263. Its sturdy legs give it sure footing, even in mud. It burrows into dirt to sleep.
  264. Its arms are hard as rock. With one swing, it can break a boulder into pieces.
  265. A Pokémon with a persistent nature, it chases its chosen prey until the prey becomes exhausted.
  266. It will always obey the commands of a skilled Trainer. Its behavior arises from its living in packs in ancient times.
  267. It walks in zigzag fashion. It’s good at finding items in the grass and even in the ground.
  268. When running in a straight line, it can easily top 60 miles an hour. It has a tough time with curved roads.
  269. It loves to eat leaves. If it is attacked by a Starly, it will defend itself with its spiked rear.
  270. It wraps silk around the branches of a tree. It drinks rainwater on its silk while awaiting evolution.
  271. Vibrantly patterned wings are its prominent feature. It sucks sweet flower nectar with its long mouth.
  272. Its body, which is made of soft silk, hardens over time. When cracks appear, evolution is near.
  273. A nocturnal Pokémon. Drawn by streetlights, they messily eat the leaves of trees lining boulevards.
  274. It looks like an aquatic plant and serves as a ferry to Pokémon that can’t swim.
  275. It lives at the water’s edge where it is sunny. It sleeps on a bed of water-grass by day and becomes active at night.
  276. If it hears festive music, all its muscles fill with energy. It can’t help breaking out into a dance.
  277. It attaches itself to a tree branch using the top of its head. Strong winds can sometimes make it fall.
  278. The sound of its grass flute makes its listeners uneasy. It lives deep in forests.
  279. A Pokémon that was feared as a forest guardian. It can read the foe’s mind and take preemptive action.
  280. It has a gutsy spirit that makes it bravely take on tough foes. It flies in search of warm climates.
  281. If its two tail feathers are standing at attention, it is proof of good health. It soars elegantly in the sky.
  282. Catching sea winds with its long wings, it soars as if it were a glider. It folds its wings to rest.
  283. It dips its large bill in the sea, then scoops up numerous prey along with water.
  284. If its horns capture the warm feelings of people or Pokémon, its body warms up slightly.
  285. The cheerful spirit of its Trainer gives it energy for its psychokinetic power. It spins and dances when happy.
  286. To protect its Trainer, it will expend all its psychic power to create a small black hole.
  287. They usually live on ponds, but after an evening shower, they may appear on puddles in towns.
  288. Its antennae have eye patterns on them. Its four wings enable it to hover and fly in any direction.
  289. It prefers damp places. By day it remains still in the forest shade. It releases toxic powder from its head.
  290. Its short arms stretch when it throws punches. Its technique is equal to that of pro boxers.
  291. The way Slakoth lolls around makes anyone who watches it feel like doing the same.
  292. Its heartbeat is fast and its blood so agitated that it can’t sit still for one second.
  293. The world’s laziest Pokémon. It moves to another spot when there’s no food left within its reach.
  294. Because it lived almost entirely underground, it is nearly blind. It uses its antennae instead.
  295. Its cry leaves a lasting headache if heard for too long. It moves so quickly that it is almost invisible.
  296. A discarded bug shell that came to life. Peering into the crack on its back is said to steal one’s spirit.
  297. It usually murmurs but starts crying loudly if it senses danger. It stops when its ear covers are shut.
  298. It shouts loudly by inhaling air, and then uses its well-developed stomach muscles to exhale.
  299. Its howls can be heard over six miles away. It emits all sorts of noises from the ports on its body.
  300. It toughens up by slamming into thick trees over and over. It gains a sturdy body and dauntless spirit.
  301. It stomps on the ground to build power. It can send a 10-ton truck flying with a straight-arm punch.
  302. A Pokémon that lives by water. It moves quickly on land by bouncing on its big tail.
  303. Its magnetic nose always faces north and draws iron objects to its body to protect itself better.
  304. It can’t stop itself from chasing moving things, and it runs in a circle, chasing its own tail.
  305. It dislikes dirty places. It often searches for a comfortable place in which to groom itself.
  306. It hides in the darkness of caves. Its diet of gems has transformed its eyes into gemstones.
  307. It uses its docile-looking face to lull foes into complacency, then bites with its huge, relentless jaws.
  308. It usually lives deep in mountains. However, hunger may drive it to eat railroad tracks and cars.
  309. It loves iron ore. Groups of them fight for territory by bashing one another with their steel bodies.
  310. It claims an entire mountain as its own. The more wounds it has, the more it has battled, so don’t take it lightly.
  311. It always trains deep in mountains. It levitates when it heightens its spiritual power through meditation.
  312. It elegantly avoids attacks with dance-like steps, then launches a devastating blow in the same motion.
  313. Using electricity stored in its fur, it stimulates its muscles to heighten its reaction speed.
  314. It rarely appears before people. It is said to nest where lightning has fallen.
  315. It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.
  316. Exposure to electricity from Minun and Plusle promotes blood circulation and relaxes muscles.
  317. It communicates with others by lighting up its rear at night. It loves Illumise’s sweet aroma.
  318. Its fragrance attracts a swarm of Volbeat, so they draw over 200 patterns in the night sky.
  319. It uses the different poisons in each hand separately when it attacks. The stronger its aroma, the healthier it is.
  320. It has a small heart and brain. Its stomach comprises most of its body, with enzymes to dissolve anything.
  321. It swallows anything whole. It sweats toxic fluids from its follicles to douse foes.
  322. They form packs to attack boats and rip out their hulls to sink them. They live in rivers in the jungle.
  323. Its fangs rip through sheet iron. It swims at 75 mph and is known as “The Bully of the Sea.”
  324. It bounces playfully like a ball. The more seawater it swallows, the higher it bounces.
  325. It can sometimes knock out opponents with the shock created by breaching and crashing its big body onto the water.
  326. Its humped back stores intensely hot magma. In rain, the magma cools, slowing its movement.
  327. The volcanoes on its back have a major eruption every 10 years--or whenever it becomes really angry.
  328. You find abandoned coal mines full of them. They dig tirelessly in search of coal.
  329. It bounces constantly, using its tail like a spring. The shock of bouncing keeps its heart beating.
  330. It uses black pearls to amplify its psychic power. It does a strange dance to control foes’ minds.
  331. No two Spinda have the same pattern of spots. Its tottering step fouls the aim of foes.
  332. It lives in arid deserts. It makes a sloping pit trap in sand where it patiently awaits prey.
  333. The ultrasonic waves it generates by rubbing its two wings together cause severe headaches.
  334. It hides itself by kicking up desert sand with its wings. Red covers shield its eyes from sand.
  335. It lives in arid locations. Its yellow flowers bloom once a year.
  336. It becomes active at night, seeking prey that is exhausted from the day’s desert heat.
  337. For some reason, it likes to land on people’s heads softly and act like it’s a hat.
  338. It flies gracefully through the sky. Its melodic humming makes you feel like you’re in a dream.
  339. It has feuded with Seviper for many generations. Its sharp claws are its biggest weapons.
  340. In battle, it uses its bladed tail to counter any Zangoose. It secretes a deadly venom in its tail.
  341. Because it turns active on nights of the full moon, it is said to have some link to the lunar phases.
  342. Solar energy is the source of its power, so it is strong during the daytime. When it spins, its body shines.
  343. It coats its entire body with a slimy fluid so it can squirm and slip away if grabbed.
  344. It claims a large swamp to itself. If a foe comes near it, it sets off tremors by thrashing around.
  345. No matter how dirty the water in the river, it will adapt and thrive. It has a strong will to survive.
  346. It is a ruffian that uses its pincers to pick up and toss out other Pokémon from its pond.
  347. It moves while spinning around on its single foot. Some Baltoy have been seen spinning on their heads.
  348. An ancient clay figurine that came to life as a Pokémon from exposure to a mysterious ray of light.
  349. It disguises its tentacles as flowers to attract and catch prey. It became extinct in ancient times.
  350. It lives in the shallows of warm seas. When the tide goes out, it digs up prey from beaches.
  351. It is a kind of Pokémon progenitor. It uses its extending claws to catch prey hiding among rocks on the seafloor.
  352. Its enormous, retractable claws can cut through most anything. Its entire body is clad in sturdy plates.
  353. It eats anything, so it can even live in polluted streams and lakes. No one pays any attention to it.
  354. Milotic is breathtakingly beautiful. Those that see it are said to forget their combative spirits.
  355. This Pokémon can change its cells, taking different forms based on the temperature and humidity.
  356. It can freely change its body’s color. The zigzag pattern on its belly doesn’t change, however.
  357. It uses its horn to feed on envy and malice-- or so it’s said. It’s very active at night.
  358. A doll that became a Pokémon over its grudge from being junked. It seeks the child that disowned it.
  359. It doggedly pursues its prey wherever it goes. However, the chase is abandoned at sunrise.
  360. Anyone who dares peer into its body to see its spectral ball of fire will have their spirit stolen away.
  361. It flies by flapping its broad leaves and gives the sweet, delicious fruit around its neck to children.
  362. It uses the sucker on its head to hang from a tree or from eaves. It can produce seven different tones.
  363. It senses coming disasters and appears before people only to warn them of impending danger.
  364. It tends to move in a pack with others. They cluster in a tight group to sleep in a cave.
  365. It is said that several Snorunt gather under giant leaves and live together in harmony.
  366. To protect itself, it clad its body in an armor of ice, made by freezing moisture in the air.
  367. They can’t swim well yet, and they move much faster by rolling. When they’re happy, they clap fins.
  368. It has a very sensitive nose. It touches new things with its nose to examine them.
  369. It shatters ice with its big tusks. Its thick blubber repels not only the cold, but also enemy attacks.
  370. When it evolves, it makes a mysterious pearl that amplifies psychic powers when it’s held.
  371. It lives deep in the sea where no light ever filters down. It lights up its small fishlike tail to attract prey.
  372. It lives at the bottom of the sea. In the springtime, its pink body turns more vivid for some reason.
  373. It has remained unchanged for 100 million years. It was discovered during a deep-sea exploration.
  374. It lives in warm seas. It is said that a couple finding this Pokémon will be blessed with eternal love.
  375. Its well-developed neck muscles and iron-like head can smash boulders into pieces.
  376. Within its rugged shell, its cells have begun changing. The shell peels off the instant it evolves.
  377. It becomes uncontrollable if it is enraged. It destroys everything with shredding claws and fire.
  378. The magnetic force generated by its body repels the ground’s natural magnetism, letting it float.
  379. It is formed by two Beldum joining together. Its steel body won’t be scratched if it collides with a jet.
  380. With four linked brains, it’s more intelligent than a supercomputer, and it uses calculations to analyze foes.
  381. Its entire body is made of rock. If any part chips off in battle, it attaches rocks to repair itself.
  382. It is said to have slept in a glacier for thousands of years. Its body can’t be melted, even by magma.
  383. Tempered by pressure underground over tens of thousands of years, its body cannot be scratched.
  384. It communicates using telepathy. Its body is covered in down that refracts light to make it invisible.
  385. A highly intelligent Pokémon. By folding back its forelegs in flight, it can overtake jet planes.
  386. A mythical Pokémon said to have swelled the seas with rain and tidal waves. It battled with Groudon.
  387. Said to have expanded the lands by evaporating water with raging heat. It battled titanically with Kyogre.
  388. It lives in the ozone layer far above the clouds and cannot be seen from the ground.
  389. Generations have believed that any wish written on a note on its head will come true when it awakens.
  390. An alien virus that fell to earth on a meteor underwent a DNA mutation to become this Pokémon.
  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. This troublemaker sends anything and everything to faraway places using its loop, which can warp space.
  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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  730. For some time after its birth, it grows by gaining nourishment from the seed on its back.
  731. When the bud on its back starts swelling, a sweet aroma wafts to indicate the flower’s coming bloom.
  732. After a rainy day, the flower on its back smells stronger. The scent attracts other Pokémon.
  733. From the time it is born, a flame burns at the tip of its tail. Its life would end if the flame were to go out.
  734. When it swings its burning tail, it elevates the air temperature to unbearably high levels.
  735. Its wings can carry this Pokémon close to an altitude of 4,600 feet. It blows out fire at very high temperatures.
  736. Shoots water at prey while in the water. Withdraws into its shell when in danger.
  737. It is said to live 10,000 years. Its furry tail is popular as a symbol of longevity.
  738. The pressurized water jets on this brutal Pokémon’s shell are used for high-speed tackles.
  739. Its feet have suction cups designed to stick to any surface. It tenaciously climbs trees to forage.
  740. This Pokémon is vulnerable to attack while its shell is soft, exposing its weak and tender body.
  741. The wings are protected by rain-repellent dust. As a result, this Pokémon can fly about even in rain.
  742. Its poison stinger is very powerful. Its bright-colored body is intended to warn off its enemies.
  743. While awaiting evolution, it hides from predators under leaves and in nooks of branches.
  744. May appear in a swarm. Flies at violent speeds, all the while stabbing with the toxic stinger on its rear.
  745. It is docile and prefers to avoid conflict. If disturbed, however, it can ferociously strike back.
  746. Very protective of its sprawling territorial area, this Pokémon will fiercely peck at any intruder.
  747. It spreads its gorgeous wings widely to intimidate enemies. It races through the skies at Mach-2 speed.
  748. Its fangs are long and very sharp. They grow continuously, so it gnaws on hard things to whittle them down.
  749. The webs on its hind legs enable it to cross rivers. It searches wide areas for food.
  750. Eats bugs in grassy areas. It has to flap its short wings at high speed to stay airborne.
  751. It has the stamina to fly all day on its broad wings. It fights by using its sharp beak.
  752. Moving silently and stealthily, it eats the eggs of birds, such as Pidgey and Spearow, whole.
  753. To intimidate foes, it spreads its chest wide and makes eerie sounds by expelling air from its mouth.
  754. It has small electric sacs on both its cheeks. If threatened, it looses electric charges from the sacs.
  755. It can loose 100,000-volt bursts of electricity, instantly downing foes several times its size.
  756. Disliking water, it lives in deep burrows in arid areas. It can roll itself instantly into a ball.
  757. Curls up into a spiny ball when threatened. It can roll while curled up to attack or escape.
  758. Small and very docile, it protects itself with its small, poisonous horn when attacked.
  759. When feeding its young, it first chews the food into a paste, then spits it out for the offspring.
  760. The body is covered by stiff, needlelike scales. If it becomes excited, the needles bristle outwards.
  761. Its large ears are flapped like wings when it is listening to distant sounds. It extends toxic barbs when angered.
  762. An aggressive Pokémon that is quick to attack. The horn on its head secretes a powerful venom.
  763. One swing of its mighty tail can snap a telephone pole as if it were a matchstick.
  764. The moonlight that it stores in the wings on its back apparently gives it the ability to float in midair.
  765. A timid fairy Pokémon that is rarely seen, it will run and hide the moment it senses people.
  766. While young, it has six gorgeous tails. When it grows, several new tails are sprouted.
  767. Very smart and very vengeful. Grabbing one of its many tails could result in a 1,000-year curse.
  768. If it inflates to sing a lullaby, it can perform longer and cause sure drowsiness in its audience.
  769. The body is soft and rubbery. When angered, it will suck in air and inflate itself to an enormous size.
  770. It has no eyes. Instead, it relies on its ultrasonic cries for echolocation to flit about in darkness.
  771. Once it starts sucking blood, it does not stop until it is full. It flies at night in search of prey.
  772. Its scientific name is “Oddium Wanderus.” At night, it is said to walk nearly 1,000 feet on its two roots.
  773. The honey it drools from its mouth smells so atrocious, it can curl noses more than a mile away.
  774. It has the world’s largest petals. With every step, the petals shake out heavy clouds of toxic pollen.
  775. Burrows under the ground to gnaw on tree roots. The mushrooms on its back absorb most of the nutrition.
  776. The larger the mushroom on its back grows, the stronger the mushroom spores it scatters.
  777. Lives in the shadows of tall trees where it eats bugs. It is attracted by light at night.
  778. The wings are covered with dustlike scales. Every time it flaps its wings, it looses highly toxic dust.
  779. Its skin is very thin. If it is exposed to light, its blood heats up, causing it to grow weak.
  780. Extremely powerful, they can dig through even the hardest ground to a depth of over 60 miles.
  781. Adores round objects. It wanders the streets on a nightly basis to look for dropped loose change.
  782. Its lithe muscles allow it to walk without making a sound. It attacks in an instant.
  783. It has mystical powers but doesn’t recall that it has used them. That is why it always looks puzzled.
  784. The forelegs are webbed, helping to make it an adept swimmer. It can be seen swimming elegantly in lakes, etc.
  785. It lives in treetop colonies. If one becomes enraged, the whole colony rampages for no reason.
  786. It is always outrageously furious. If it gives chase, it will tenaciously track the target no matter how far.
  787. It has a brave and trustworthy nature. It fearlessly stands up to bigger and stronger foes.
  788. Its magnificent bark conveys a sense of majesty. Anyone hearing it can’t help but grovel before it.
  789. The direction of the spiral on the belly differs by area. It is more adept at swimming than walking.
  790. Its two legs are well developed. Even though it can live on the ground, it prefers living in water.
  791. A swimmer adept at both the front crawl and breaststroke. Easily overtakes the best human swimmers.
  792. It senses impending attacks and teleports away to safety before the actual attacks can strike.
  793. If it uses its abilities, it emits special alpha waves that cause machines to malfunction.
  794. Its brain can outperform a supercomputer. Its IQ (intelligence quotient) is said to be around 5,000.
  795. Its whole body is composed of muscles. Even though it’s the size of a human child, it can hurl 100 grown-ups.
  796. It can lift a dump truck with one hand. Using that power, it helps people with heavy jobs.
  797. It uses its four powerful arms to pin the limbs of its foe, then throws the victim over the horizon.
  798. Its bud looks like a human face. Because of the bud, it is rumored to be a type of legendary mandrake plant.
  799. It spits out Poison Powder to immobilize the enemy and then finishes it with a spray of Acid.
  800. Once ingested into this Pokémon’s body, even the hardest object will melt into nothing.
  801. Drifts in shallow seas. Anglers who hook them by accident are often punished by their stingers.
  802. It has 80 tentacles that move about freely. They can sting, causing poisoning and sharp, stabbing pain.
  803. It is impossible to distinguish from rocks. It slams against others in contests of hardness.
  804. Rolls down slopes to move. It rolls over any obstacle without slowing or changing its direction.
  805. Even dynamite can’t harm its hard, boulder-like body. It sheds its hide just once a year.
  806. Its legs grow strong while it chases after its parent. It runs in fields and mountains all day.
  807. It gallops at nearly 150 mph. With its mane blazing ferociously, it races as if it were an arrow.
  808. It lazes vacantly near water. If something bites its tail, it won’t even notice for a whole day.
  809. When a Slowpoke went hunting in the sea, its tail was bitten by a Shellder. That made it evolve into Slowbro.
  810. It moves while constantly hovering. It discharges Thunder Wave and so on from the units at its sides.
  811. Generates strange radio signals. It raises the temperature by 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit within 3,300 feet.
  812. It always walks about with a plant stalk clamped in its beak. The stalk is used for building its nest.
  813. The brains in its two heads appear to communicate emotions to each other with a telepathic power.
  814. An odd species that is rarely found. The three heads respectively represent joy, sadness, and anger.
  815. Covered with light blue fur, its hide is thick and tough. It is active in bitter cold of -40 degrees Fahrenheit.
  816. Its streamlined body has little drag in water. The colder the temperature, the friskier it gets.
  817. Appears in filthy areas. It thrives by sucking up polluted sludge that is pumped out of factories.
  818. A toxic fluid seeps from its body. The fluid instantly kills plants and trees on contact.
  819. Clamping on to an opponent reveals its vulnerable parts, so it uses this move only as a last resort.
  820. Its shell is extremely hard. It cannot be shattered, even with a bomb. The shell opens only when it is attacking.
  821. Born from gases, anyone would faint if engulfed by its gaseous body, which contains poison.
  822. It licks with its gaseous tongue to steal the victim’s life force. It lurks in darkness for prey.
  823. Hiding in people’s shadows at night, it absorbs their heat. The chill it causes makes the victims shake.
  824. It usually lives underground. It searches for food while boring its way through the ground at 50 miles per hour.
  825. If you think that you had a good dream but you can’t remember it, a Drowzee has probably eaten it.
  826. Seeing its swinging pendulum can induce sleep in three seconds, even in someone who just woke up.
  827. It can be found near the sea. The large pincers grow back if they are torn out of their sockets.
  828. Its pincers grow peculiarly large. If it lifts the pincers too fast, it loses its balance and staggers.
  829. Usually found in power plants. Easily mistaken for a Poké Ball, it has zapped many people.
  830. It stores an overflowing amount of electric energy inside its body. Even a small shock makes it explode.
  831. Even though it appears to be eggs of some sort, it was discovered to be a life-form more like plant seeds.
  832. It is called “The Walking Jungle.” If a head grows too big, it falls off and becomes an Exeggcute.
  833. It always wears the skull of its dead mother, so no one has any idea what its hidden face looks like.
  834. The bone it holds is its key weapon. It throws the bone skillfully like a boomerang to KO targets.
  835. If it starts kicking repeatedly, both legs will stretch even longer to strike a fleeing foe.
  836. The spirit of a pro boxer has infused this Pokémon. It throws punches that are faster than a bullet train.
  837. Its tongue is twice the length of its body. It can be moved like an arm for grabbing food and attacking.
  838. Lighter-than-air gases in its body keep it aloft. The gases not only smell, they are also explosive.
  839. Very rarely, a sudden mutation can result in two small Koffing twins becoming conjoined as a Weezing.
  840. It is inept at turning because of its four short legs. It can only charge and run in one direction.
  841. It begins walking on its hind legs after evolution. It can punch holes through boulders with its horn.
  842. It lays several eggs a day. The eggs are apparently rich in nutrients and extremely delicious.
  843. It tangles any moving thing with its vines. Their subtle shaking is ticklish if you get ensnared.
  844. If it is safe, the young gets out of the belly pouch to play. The adult keeps a close eye on the youngster.
  845. It makes its nest in the shade of corals. If it senses danger, it spits murky ink and flees.
  846. It is capable of swimming backwards by rapidly flapping its winglike pectoral fins and stout tail.
  847. Its dorsal, pectoral, and tail fins wave elegantly in water. That is why it is known as the water dancer.
  848. It makes its nest by hollowing out boulders in streams with its horn. It defends its eggs with its life.
  849. It appears in large numbers by seashores. At night, its central core flashes with a red light.
  850. At the center of its body is a red core, which sends mysterious radio signals into the night sky.
  851. It is adept at conning people. It is said to be able to create walls out of thin air by miming.
  852. It slashes through grass with its sharp scythes, moving too fast for the human eye to track.
  853. It speaks using a language that sounds human. Research is under way to determine what is being said.
  854. It loves to feed on strong electricity. It occasionally appears around large power plants and so on.
  855. Born in the spout of a volcano, its body is covered by flames that shimmer like the sun.
  856. It swings its long pincer horns wildly to attack. During cold periods, it hides deep in forests.
  857. When it is about to tackle, it whips its body repeatedly with its three long tails.
  858. In the distant past, it was somewhat stronger than the horribly weak descendants that exist today.
  859. Rarely seen in the wild. Huge and vicious, it is capable of destroying entire cities in a rage.
  860. Its high intelligence enables it to understand human speech. It likes to ferry people on its back.
  861. It can freely recombine its own cellular structure to transform into other life-forms.
  862. Thanks to its unstable genetic makeup, this special Pokémon conceals many different possible evolutions.
  863. It has evolved to be suitable for an aquatic life. It can invisibly melt away into water.
  864. It accumulates negative ions in the atmosphere to blast out 10,000-volt lightning bolts.
  865. It has a flame bag inside its body. After inhaling deeply, it blows out flames of nearly 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
  866. A Pokémon that consists entirely of programming code. It is capable of moving freely in cyberspace.
  867. Revived from an ancient fossil, this Pokémon uses air stored in its shell to sink and rise in water.
  868. Once wrapped around its prey, it never lets go. It eats the prey by tearing at it with sharp fangs.
  869. This Pokémon was regenerated from the fossil of an ancient creature. It protects itself with a hard shell.
  870. A slim and fast swimmer. It slices its prey with its sharp sickles and drinks the body fluids.
  871. This vicious Pokémon is said to have flown in ancient skies while shrieking high-pitched cries.
  872. Its stomach can digest any kind of food, even if it happens to be moldy or rotten.
  873. A legendary bird Pokémon that is said to appear to doomed people who are lost in icy mountains.
  874. A legendary Pokémon that is said to live in thunderclouds. It freely controls lightning bolts.
  875. One of the legendary bird Pokémon. It is said that its appearance indicates the coming of spring.
  876. This Pokémon is full of life energy. It continually sheds its skin and grows steadily larger.
  877. A mystical Pokémon that exudes a gentle aura. It is said to have the ability to change the weather.
  878. It is said to make its home somewhere in the sea. It guides crews of shipwrecks to shore.
  879. A Pokémon created by recombining Mew’s genes. It’s said to have the most savage heart among Pokémon.
  880. Its DNA is said to contain the genetic codes of all Pokémon, so it can use all kinds of techniques.
  881. It uses the leaf on its head to determine the temperature and humidity. It loves to sunbathe.
  882. The buds that ring its neck give off a spicy aroma that perks people up.
  883. Meganium’s breath has the power to revive dead grass and plants. It can make them healthy again.
  884. It has a timid nature. If it is startled, the flames on its back burn more vigorously.
  885. Be careful if it turns its back during battle. It means that it will attack with the fire on its back.
  886. It has a secret, devastating move. It rubs its blazing fur together to cause huge explosions.
  887. Its powerful, well-developed jaws are capable of crushing anything. Even its Trainer must be careful.
  888. Once it bites down, it won’t let go until it loses its fangs. New fangs quickly grow into place.
  889. When it bites with its massive and powerful jaws, it shakes its head and savagely tears its victim up.
  890. It stands on its tail so it can see a long way. If it spots an enemy, it cries loudly to warn its kind.
  891. It makes a nest to suit its long and skinny body. The nest is impossible for other Pokémon to enter.
  892. It always stands on one foot. It changes feet so fast, the movement can rarely be seen.
  893. When it needs to think, it rotates its head 180 degrees to sharpen its intellectual power.
  894. It is timid and clusters together with others. The fluid secreted by its feet indicates its location.
  895. The spot patterns on its back grow larger or smaller depending on the number of stars in the night sky.
  896. It lies still in the same pose for days in its web, waiting for its unsuspecting prey to wander close.
  897. It attaches silk to its prey and sets it free. Later, it tracks the silk to the prey and its friends.
  898. Having four wings allows it to fly more quickly and quietly so it can sneak up on prey without its noticing.
  899. It shoots positive and negative electricity between the tips of its two antennae and zaps its enemies.
  900. It blinds prey with an intense burst of light. With the prey incapacitated, the Pokémon swallows it in a single gulp.
  901. It is not yet skilled at storing electricity. It may send out a jolt if amused or startled.
  902. Many appear when the night skies are filled with shooting stars. They disappear with sunrise.
  903. It has a very soft body. If it starts to roll, it will bounce all over and be impossible to stop.
  904. A proverb claims that happiness will come to anyone who can make a sleeping Togepi stand up.
  905. They say that it will appear before kindhearted, caring people and shower them with happiness.
  906. It usually forages for food on the ground but may, on rare occasions, hop onto branches to peck at shoots.
  907. They say that it stays still and quiet because it is seeing both the past and future at the same time.
  908. It stores lots of air in its soft fur, allowing it to stay cool in summer and warm in winter.
  909. If its coat becomes fully charged with electricity, its tail lights up. It fires hair that zaps on impact.
  910. The tail’s tip shines brightly and can be seen from far away. It acts as a beacon for lost people.
  911. When the heavy rainfall season ends, it is drawn out by warm sunlight to dance in the open.
  912. The tip of its tail is filled with oil that is lighter than water, so it acts as a float.
  913. The bubble-like pattern on its stomach helps it camouflage itself when it’s in the water.
  914. It disguises itself as a tree to avoid attack. It hates water, so it will disappear if it starts raining.
  915. If Poliwag and Poliwhirl hear its echoing cry, they respond by gathering from far and wide.
  916. It drifts on winds. It is said that when Hoppip gather in fields and mountains, spring is on the way.
  917. It spreads its petals to absorb sunlight. It also floats in the air to get closer to the sun.
  918. Even in the fiercest wind, it can control its fluff to make its way to any place in the world it wants.
  919. Its tail is so powerful that it can use it to grab a tree branch and hold itself up in the air.
  920. It lives by drinking only dewdrops from under the leaves of plants. It is said that it eats nothing else.
  921. It gets energy from warm sunlight and is known for its habit of moving in pursuit of it.
  922. If it flaps its wings really fast, it can generate shock waves that will shatter windows in the area.
  923. When the temperature cools in the evening, they emerge from water to seek food along the shore.
  924. This carefree Pokémon has an easygoing nature. While swimming, it always bumps into boat hulls.
  925. Its fur is so sensitive, it can feel minute shifts in the air and predict the weather...and its foes’ thoughts.
  926. When exposed to the moon’s aura, the rings on its body glow faintly and it’s filled with a mysterious power.
  927. Feared and loathed by many, it is believed to bring misfortune to all those who see it at night.
  928. When its head was bitten, toxins entered Slowpoke’s head and unlocked an extraordinary power.
  929. It likes playing mischievous tricks, such as screaming and wailing to startle people at night.
  930. Shaped like ancient writing, it is a huge mystery whether language or Unown came first.
  931. To keep its pitch-black tail hidden, it lives quietly in the darkness. It is never first to attack.
  932. Its tail has a small brain of its own. Beware! If you get close, it may react to your scent by biting.
  933. It looks just like a pinecone. Its shell protects it from bird Pokémon that peck it by mistake.
  934. It remains immovably rooted to its tree. It scatters pieces of its hard shell to drive its enemies away.
  935. It digs into the ground with its tail and makes a mazelike nest. It can fly just a little.
  936. It flies straight at its target’s face, then clamps down on the startled victim to inject poison.
  937. It chews its way through boulders with its sturdy jaws. Its eyes can see in the darkness underground.
  938. Small Pokémon flee from its scary face. It is, however, considered by women to be cute.
  939. It can make most any Pokémon run away simply by opening its mouth wide to reveal its big fangs.
  940. The small spikes covering its body developed from scales. They inject a toxin that causes fainting.
  941. It has a steel-hard body. It intimidates foes by upraising its eye-patterned pincers.
  942. It stores berries inside its shell. To avoid attacks, it hides beneath rocks and remains completely still.
  943. With its Herculean powers, it can easily throw around an object that is 100 times its own weight.
  944. Its paws conceal sharp claws. If attacked, it suddenly extends the claws and startles its enemy.
  945. Before food becomes scarce in wintertime, its habit is to hoard food in many hidden locations.
  946. Although it has a large body, it is quite skilled at climbing trees. It eats and sleeps in the treetops.
  947. Its body is made of magma. If it doesn’t keep moving, its body will cool and harden.
  948. Its body is as hot as lava and is always billowing. Flames will occasionally burst from its shell.
  949. If it smells something enticing, it dashes off headlong to find the source of the aroma.
  950. Because the long hair all over its body obscures its sight, it just keeps charging repeatedly.
  951. They prefer unpolluted southern seas. Their coral branches lose their color and deteriorate in dirty water.
  952. Using its dorsal fin as a suction pad, it clings to a Mantine’s underside to scavenge for leftovers.
  953. It traps foes with the suction cups on its tentacles, then smashes them with its rock-hard head.
  954. It carries food all day long. When someone is lost in the mountains, it shares that food.
  955. While elegantly swimming in the sea, it ignores Remoraid that cling to its fins seeking food scraps.
  956. Despite being clad entirely in iron-hard armor, it flies at speeds over 180 mph.
  957. To corner prey, they check each other’s location using barks that only they can understand.
  958. The flames it breathes when angry contain toxins. If they cause a burn, it will hurt forever.
  959. It stores energy by sleeping at underwater depths at which no other life-forms can survive.
  960. It is strong despite its compact size. It can easily pick up and carry an adult human on its back.
  961. The longer and bigger its tusks, the higher its rank in its herd. The tusks take long to grow.
  962. With planetary development software installed, it became capable of working in space.
  963. The curved antlers subtly change the flow of air to create a strange space where reality is distorted.
  964. Once it becomes an adult, it has a tendency to let its comrades plant footprints on its back.
  965. To brush up on its fighting skills, it will challenge anyone. It has a very strong competitive spirit.
  966. If you are enchanted by its smooth, dance-like kicks, you may get a closer experience with one than you’d like.
  967. It tests everything by touching with its lips, which remember what it likes and dislikes.
  968. Spinning its arms around to generate electricity makes the area between its horns shine light blue.
  969. Its magma-like blood circulates throughout its body. Its body’s heat can top 1,100 degrees Fahrenheit.
  970. Its milk is packed with nutrition, making it the ultimate beverage for the sick or weary.
  971. This kindhearted Pokémon nurses sick Pokémon to health. It senses feelings of sadness.
  972. This rough Pokémon stores energy inside its body, then sweeps across the land, shooting off electricity.
  973. It is said that when it roars, a volcano erupts somewhere around the globe.
  974. Said to be the embodiment of north winds, it can instantly purify filthy, murky water.
  975. Born deep underground, it comes aboveground and becomes a pupa once it has finished eating the surrounding soil.
  976. Its shell is as hard as sheet rock, and it is also very strong. Its thrashing can topple a mountain.
  977. If it rampages, it knocks down mountains and buries rivers. Maps must be redrawn afterward.
  978. It is said to be the guardian of the seas. It is rumored to have been seen on the night of a storm.
  979. It will reveal itself before a pure-hearted Trainer by shining its bright, rainbow-colored wings.
  980. It has the power to travel across time, but it is said to appear only in peaceful times.
  981. Small hooks on the bottom of its feet catch on walls and ceilings. That is how it can hang from above.
  982. It lives in dense jungles. While closing in on its prey, it leaps from branch to branch.
  983. It agilely leaps about the jungle and uses the sharp leaves on its arms to strike its prey.
  984. A fire burns inside, so it feels very warm to hug. It launches fireballs of 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit.
  985. During a battle, the hot flame in its body increases. Its kicks have outstanding destructive power.
  986. When facing a tough foe, it looses flames from its wrists. Its powerful legs let it jump clear over buildings.
  987. To alert it, the fin on its head senses the flow of water. It has the strength to heft boulders.
  988. Living on muddy ground that provides poor footing has made its legs sturdy.
  989. It can swim while towing a large ship. It bashes down foes with a swing of its thick arms.
  990. It has a very tenacious nature. Its acute sense of smell lets it chase a chosen prey without ever losing track.
  991. It chases down prey in a pack of around ten. They defeat foes with perfectly coordinated teamwork.
  992. A Pokémon with abundant curiosity. It shows an interest in everything, so it always zigzags.
  993. It charges prey at speeds over 60 mph. However, because it can only run straight, it often fails.
  994. It lives among the tall grass and in forests. It repels attacks by raising up the spikes on its rear.
  995. It drinks dew that collects on its silk and waits for evolution. Its hard cocoon repels attacks.
  996. It has an aggressive nature. It stabs prey with its long, narrow mouth to drain the prey’s fluids.
  997. It never forgets any attack it endured while in the cocoon. After evolution, it seeks payback.
  998. It violently flutters its wings to scatter toxic dust when attacked. It becomes active after sunset.
  999. It searches about for clean water. If it does not drink water for too long, the leaf on its head wilts.
  1000. It has a mischievous spirit. If it spots an angler, it will tug on the fishing line to interfere.
  1001. The rhythm of bright, festive music activates Ludicolo’s cells, making it more powerful.
  1002. When it dangles from a tree branch, it looks just like an acorn. It enjoys scaring other Pokémon.
  1003. It lives deep in forests. With the leaf on its head, it makes a flute whose song makes listeners uneasy.
  1004. By flapping its leafy fan, it can whip up gusts of 100 feet per second that can level houses.
  1005. It dislikes cold seasons. They migrate to other lands in search of warmth, flying over 180 miles a day.
  1006. It dives at a steep angle as soon as it spots its prey. It catches its prey with sharp claws.
  1007. It makes its nest on steep sea cliffs. Riding updrafts, it soars to great heights.
  1008. It is a messenger of the skies, carrying small Pokémon and eggs to safety in its bill.
  1009. It is highly attuned to the emotions of people and Pokémon. It hides if it senses hostility.
  1010. It has a psychic power that enables it to distort the space around it and see into the future.
  1011. It has the power to predict the future. Its power peaks when it is protecting its Trainer.
  1012. It appears as if it is skating on water. It draws prey with a sweet scent from the tip of its head.
  1013. It flaps its four wings to hover and fly freely in any direction--to and fro and sideways.
  1014. It spouts poison spores from the top of its head. These spores cause pain all over if inhaled.
  1015. It scatters poisonous spores and throws powerful punches while its foe is hampered by inhaled spores.
  1016. If it eats just three leaves in a day, it is satisfied. Other than that, it sleeps for 20 hours a day.
  1017. Its stress level rises if it cannot keep moving constantly. Too much stress makes it feel sick.
  1018. It is the world’s most slothful Pokémon. However, it can exert horrifying power by releasing pent-up energy all at once.
  1019. It can sometimes live underground for more than 10 years. It absorbs nutrients from the roots of trees.
  1020. Because it moves so quickly, it sometimes becomes unseeable. It congregates around tree sap.
  1021. A most peculiar Pokémon that somehow appears in a Poké Ball when a Nincada evolves.
  1022. If it senses danger, it scares the foe by crying out with the volume of a jet-plane engine.
  1023. The shock waves from its cries can tip over trucks. It stamps its feet to power up.
  1024. Its roar in battle shakes the ground like a tremor--or like an earthquake has struck.
  1025. It grows stronger by enduring harsh training. It is a gutsy Pokémon that can withstand any attack.
  1026. It loves to match power with big-bodied Pokémon. It can knock a truck flying with its arm thrusts.
  1027. It swings its large, nutrient-filled tail around to fight opponents bigger than itself.
  1028. Its magnetic nose consistently faces north. Travelers check Nosepass to get their bearings.
  1029. It shows its cute side by chasing its own tail until it gets dizzy.
  1030. It is highly popular among female Trainers for its sublime fur. It does not keep a nest.
  1031. It dwells in the darkness of caves. It uses its sharp claws to dig up gems to nourish itself.
  1032. Attached to its head is a huge set of jaws formed by horns. It can chew through iron beams.
  1033. When it evolves, it sheds the steel carapace that covered its whole body and develops a new one.
  1034. It habitually shows off its strength with the size of sparks it creates by ramming its steel body into boulders.
  1035. While seeking iron for food, it digs tunnels by breaking through bedrock with its steel horns.
  1036. It eats just one berry a day. By enduring hunger, its spirit is tempered and made sharper.
  1037. Through yoga training, it gained the psychic power to predict its foe’s next move.
  1038. It stores static electricity in its fur for discharging. It gives off sparks if a storm approaches.
  1039. It discharges electricity from its mane. It creates a thundercloud overhead to drop lightning bolts.
  1040. It absorbs electricity from telephone poles. It shorts out its body to create crackling noises.
  1041. It cheers on friends. If its friends are losing, its body lets off more and more sparks.
  1042. It lives around clean ponds. At night, its rear lights up. It converses with others by flashing its light.
  1043. With its sweet aroma, it guides Volbeat to draw signs with light in the night sky.
  1044. Roselia that drink nutritionally rich springwater are said to reveal rare coloration when they bloom.
  1045. There is nothing its stomach can’t digest. While it is digesting, vile, overpowering gases are expelled.
  1046. It gulps anything that fits in its mouth. Its special enzymes can dissolve anything.
  1047. It lives in massive rivers that course through jungles. It swarms prey that enter its territory.
  1048. It can swim at speeds of 75 mph by jetting seawater through its body. It is the bandit of the sea.
  1049. It eats one ton of food every day. It plays by shooting stored seawater out its blowholes with great force.
  1050. The biggest of all Pokémon. It can dive to a depth of almost 10,000 feet on only one breath.
  1051. The magma in its body reaches 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit. Its hump gets smaller when it uses Fire-type moves.
  1052. If angered, the humps on its back erupt in a shower of molten lava. It lives in the craters of volcanoes.
  1053. It burns coal inside its shell for energy. It blows out black soot if it is endangered.
  1054. It bounces around on its tail to keep its heart pumping. It carries a pearl from Clamperl on its head.
  1055. It uses black pearls to amplify its psychic power. It does an odd dance to gain control over foes.
  1056. The chances of two Spinda having identical spot patterns is less than one in four billion.
  1057. It makes an inescapable conical pit and lies in wait at the bottom for prey to come tumbling down.
  1058. It generates ultrasonic waves by violently flapping its wings. After making its prey faint, it melts the prey with acid.
  1059. Known as “The Desert Spirit,” this Pokémon hides in the sandstorms it causes by beating its wings.
  1060. It prefers harsh environments such as deserts. It can survive for 30 days on water stored in its body.
  1061. Packs of them follow travelers through the desert until the travelers can no longer move.
  1062. It constantly grooms its cotton-like wings. It takes a shower to clean itself if it becomes dirty.
  1063. On sunny days, it flies freely through the sky and blends into the clouds. It sings in a beautiful soprano.
  1064. Its fur would all stand on end if it smelled a Seviper nearby. Its sharp claws tear up its foes.
  1065. Constant polishing makes the edge of the blade on its tail extremely sharp. It’s Zangoose’s archrival.
  1066. It was discovered at the site of a meteor strike 40 years ago. Its stare can lull its foes to sleep.
  1067. It absorbs solar energy during the day. Always expressionless, it can sense what its foe is thinking.
  1068. Its whiskers make a superb radar. They are used to locate prey, even in the murkiest of water.
  1069. It makes its nest at the bottom of swamps. It will eat anything--if it is alive, Whiscash will eat it.
  1070. Its hardy vitality enables it to adapt to any environment. Its pincers will never release prey.
  1071. Loving to battle, this Pokémon pinches all Pokémon that enter its territory with its pincers and throws them out.
  1072. It moves by spinning on its foot. It is a rare Pokémon that was discovered in ancient ruins.
  1073. It is said that it originates from clay dolls made by an ancient civilization.
  1074. It lived on the seafloor 100 million years ago and was reanimated scientifically.
  1075. It ensnares prey with its eight tentacles. It then melts the prey with a strong acid before feeding.
  1076. A Pokémon ancestor that was reanimated from a fossil. It lived in the sea and hunted with claws.
  1077. Protected by a hard shell, its body is very sturdy. It skewers prey with its claws to feed.
  1078. It is the shabbiest Pokémon of all. It forms in schools and lives at the bottom of rivers.
  1079. It is the world’s most beautiful Pokémon. There are many works of art featuring Milotic.
  1080. It has the ability to change its form into the sun, the rain, or a snow cloud, depending on the weather.
  1081. It changes its shading to match its surroundings so it can sneak up on prey. Only its belly patterns stay fixed.
  1082. It loves vengeful emotions and hangs in rows under the eaves of houses where vengeful people live.
  1083. Strong feelings of hatred turned a puppet into a Pokémon. If it opens its mouth, its cursed energy escapes.
  1084. If it finds bad children who won’t listen to their parents, it will spirit them away--or so it’s said.
  1085. Its body is hollow. It is said that those who look into its body are sucked into the void.
  1086. The bunch of fruit around its neck ripens twice a year and is delicious. It’s a highly favored tropical snack.
  1087. Emitting ultrasonic cries, it floats on winds to travel great distances.
  1088. It appears when it senses an impending natural disaster. As a result, it was mistaken as a doom bringer.
  1089. It grows strong by pushing up against others en masse. It loves eating sweet fruit.
  1090. In the snow country, certain folklore says a house will prosper if a Snorunt lives there.
  1091. It can instantly freeze moisture in the atmosphere. It uses this power to freeze its foes.
  1092. Its body is covered in fluffy fur. The fur keeps it from feeling cold while it is rolling on ice.
  1093. Be it Spheal or Poké Ball, it will spin any round object on its nose with the greatest of ease.
  1094. It shatters drift ice with its strong tusks. Its thick layer of blubber repels enemy attacks.
  1095. It is protected by a sturdy shell. Once in a lifetime, it makes a magnificent pearl.
  1096. It lives deep in the sea. With a tail shaped like a small fish, it attracts unsuspecting prey.
  1097. Its swimming form is exquisitely elegant. With its thin mouth, it feeds on seaweed that grows between rocks.
  1098. A rare Pokémon discovered during a deep-sea exploration. It has not changed in over 100 million years.
  1099. During the spawning season, countless Luvdisc congregate at coral reefs, turning the waters pink.
  1100. Dreaming of one day flying, it practices by leaping off cliffs every day.
  1101. Its armored body makes all attacks bounce off. The armor is too tough, however, making it heavy and somewhat sluggish.
  1102. It’s uncontrollable if enraged. It flies around spouting flames and scorching fields and mountains.
  1103. It converses with others by using magnetic pulses. In a swarm, they move in perfect unison.
  1104. It is formed by two Beldum joining together. Its two brains are linked, amplifying its psychic power.
  1105. Metang combined to form it. With four brains, it has the intelligence of a supercomputer.
  1106. The same rocks that form its body have been found in ground layers around the world.
  1107. Its body is made of ice from the ice age. It controls frigid air of -328 degrees Fahrenheit.
  1108. Its body is said to be harder than any kind of metal. A study has revealed that its body is hollow.
  1109. It can telepathically communicate with people. It changes its appearance using its down that refracts light.
  1110. It understands human speech and is highly intelligent. It is a tender Pokémon that dislikes fighting.
  1111. It is said to have widened the seas by causing downpours. It had been asleep in a marine trench.
  1112. This legendary Pokémon is said to represent the land. It went to sleep after dueling Kyogre.
  1113. It flies in the ozone layer, way up high in the sky. Until recently, no one had ever seen it.
  1114. It is said to have the ability to grant any wish for just one week every thousand years.
  1115. DNA from a space virus mutated and became a Pokémon. It appears where auroras are seen.
  1116. It undertakes photosynthesis with its body, making oxygen. The leaf on its head wilts if it is thirsty.
  1117. It knows where pure water wells up. It carries fellow Pokémon there on its back.
  1118. Small Pokémon occasionally gather on its unmoving back to begin building their nests.
  1119. The gas made in its belly burns from its rear end. The fire burns weakly when it feels sick.
  1120. It uses ceilings and walls to launch aerial attacks. Its fiery tail is but one weapon.
  1121. It tosses its enemies around with agility. It uses all its limbs to fight in its own unique style.
  1122. Because it is very proud, it hates accepting food from people. Its thick down guards it from cold.
  1123. It lives a solitary life. Its wings deliver wicked blows that can snap even the thickest of trees.
  1124. The three horns that extend from its beak attest to its power. The leader has the biggest horns.
  1125. They flock around mountains and fields, chasing after bug Pokémon. Their singing is noisy and annoying.
  1126. It lives in forests and fields. Squabbles over territory occur when flocks collide.
  1127. When Staravia evolve into Staraptor, they leave the flock to live alone. They have sturdy wings.
  1128. It constantly gnaws on logs and rocks to whittle down its front teeth. It nests alongside water.
  1129. It makes its nest by damming streams with bark and mud. It is known as an industrious worker.
  1130. When its antennae hit each other, it sounds like the music of a xylophone.
  1131. It signals its emotions with its melodies. Scientists are studying these melodic patterns.
  1132. All of its fur dazzles if danger is sensed. It flees while the foe is momentarily blinded.
  1133. Strong electricity courses through the tips of its sharp claws. A light scratch causes fainting in foes.
  1134. Luxray’s ability to see through objects comes in handy when it’s scouting for danger.
  1135. Over the winter, it closes its bud and endures the cold. In spring, the bud opens and releases pollen.
  1136. With the movements of a dancer, it strikes with whips that are densely lined with poison thorns.
  1137. A lifelong jungle dweller from 100 million years ago, it would snap obstructing trees with headbutts.
  1138. Its skull is as hard as iron. It is a brute that tears down jungle trees while catching prey.
  1139. It was generated from a fossil dug out of a layer of clay that was older than anyone knows. It has a sturdy face.
  1140. Any frontal attack is repulsed. It is a docile Pokémon that feeds on grass and berries.
  1141. If its cloak is broken in battle, it quickly remakes the cloak with materials nearby.
  1142. When Burmy evolved, its cloak became a part of this Pokémon’s body. The cloak is never shed.
  1143. It flutters around at night and steals honey from the Combee hive.
  1144. It collects and delivers honey to its colony. At night, they cluster to form a beehive and sleep.
  1145. Its abdomen is a honeycomb for grubs. It raises its grubs on honey collected by Combee.
  1146. A pair may be seen rubbing their cheek pouches together in an effort to share stored electricity.
  1147. It inflates the flotation sac around its neck and pokes its head out of the water to see what is going on.
  1148. Its flotation sac developed as a result of pursuing aquatic prey. It can double as a rubber raft.
  1149. It evolves by sucking the energy out of the small ball where it had been storing nutrients.
  1150. If it senses strong sunlight, it opens its folded petals to absorb the sun’s rays with its whole body.
  1151. Its shape and coloration vary, depending on its habitat.
  1152. It apparently had a huge shell for protection in ancient times. It lives in shallow tidal pools.
  1153. To eat, it deftly shucks nuts with its two tails. It rarely uses its arms now.
  1154. These Pokémon are called the “Signpost for Wandering Spirits.” Children holding them sometimes vanish.
  1155. It’s drowsy in daytime, but flies off in the evening in big groups. No one knows where they go.
  1156. When it senses danger, it perks up its ears. On cold nights, it sleeps with its head tucked into its fur.
  1157. The ears appear to be delicate. If they are touched roughly, it kicks with its graceful legs.
  1158. Its cries sound like incantations to torment the foe. It appears where you least expect it.
  1159. Becoming active at night, it is known to swarm with numerous Murkrow in tow.
  1160. When it’s happy, Glameow demonstrates beautiful movements of its tail, like a dancing ribbon.
  1161. To make itself appear intimidatingly beefy, it tightly cinches its waist with its twin tails.
  1162. There is an orb inside its mouth. When it hops, the orb bounces all over and makes a ringing sound.
  1163. It protects itself by spraying a noxious fluid from its rear. The stench lingers for 24 hours.
  1164. It sprays a stinky fluid from its tail. The fluid smells worse the longer it is allowed to fester.
  1165. Implements shaped like it were discovered in ancient tombs. It is unknown if they are related.
  1166. Ancient people believed that petitioning Bronzong for rain was the way to make crops grow.
  1167. It prefers an arid atmosphere. It leaks water that looks like tears when adjusting its moisture level.
  1168. It habitually mimics foes. Once mimicked, the foe cannot take its eyes off this Pokémon.
  1169. It carefully carries a round, white rock that it thinks is an egg. It’s bothered by how curly its hair looks.
  1170. It can learn and speak human words. If they gather, they all learn the same saying.
  1171. It was bound to a fissure in an odd keystone as punishment for misdeeds 500 years ago.
  1172. It nests in small, horizontal holes in cave walls. It pounces to catch prey that stray too close.
  1173. As it digs to expand its nest, it habitually digs up gems that it then hoards in its nest.
  1174. It flies at speeds equal to a jet fighter plane. It never allows its prey to escape.
  1175. It conceals food under the long fur on its body. It carts around this food stash and swallows it without chewing.
  1176. The aura that emanates from its body intensifies to alert others if it is afraid or sad.
  1177. By reading the auras of all things, it can tell how others are feeling from over half a mile away.
  1178. It enshrouds itself with sand to protect itself from germs. It does not enjoy getting wet.
  1179. It blasts internally stored sand from ports on its body to create a towering twister for attack.
  1180. It burrows under the sand to lie in wait for prey. Its tail claws can inject its prey with a savage poison.
  1181. It has the power in its clawed arms to make scrap of a car. The tips of its claws release poison.
  1182. Inflating its poison sacs, it fills the area with an odd sound and hits flinching opponents with a poison jab.
  1183. Its knuckle claws secrete a toxin so vile that even a scratch could prove fatal.
  1184. It binds itself to trees in marshes. It attracts prey with its sweet-smelling drool and gulps them down.
  1185. After long exposure to sunlight, the patterns on its tail fins shine vividly when darkness arrives.
  1186. To avoid detection by predators, it crawls along the seafloor using the two fins on its chest.
  1187. When it swims close to the surface of the ocean, people aboard ships are able to observe the pattern on its back.
  1188. In the spring, it grows berries with the texture of frozen treats around its belly.
  1189. It lives a quiet life on mountains that are perpetually covered in snow. It hides itself by whipping up blizzards.
  1190. They live in cold regions, forming groups of four or five that hunt prey with impressive coordination.
  1191. It evolved from exposure to a special magnetic field. Three units generate magnetism.
  1192. Their saliva contains lots of components that can dissolve anything. The numbness caused by their lick does not dissipate.
  1193. It puts rocks in holes in its palms and uses its muscles to shoot them. Geodude are shot at rare times.
  1194. Its vines grow so profusely that, in the warm season, you can’t even see its eyes.
  1195. It pushes the tips of its two tails against the foe, then lets loose with over 20,000 volts of power.
  1196. It blasts fireballs of over 3,600 degrees Fahrenheit out of its arms. Its breath also sears and sizzles.
  1197. It shares many blessings with people who respect one another’s rights and avoid needless strife.
  1198. This six-legged Pokémon is easily capable of transporting an adult in flight. The wings on its tail help it stay balanced.
  1199. Just like a plant, it uses photosynthesis. As a result, it is always enveloped in clear air.
  1200. It lowers its body heat to freeze its fur. The hairs then become like needles it can fire.
  1201. Its flight is soundless. It uses its lengthy tail to carry off its prey... Then its elongated fangs do the rest.
  1202. Its impressive tusks are made of ice. The population thinned when it turned warm after the ice age.
  1203. Its programming was modified to enable it to travel through alien dimensions. Seems there might have been an error...
  1204. A master of courtesy and swordsmanship, it fights using extending swords on its elbows.
  1205. It freely controls three small units called Mini-Noses using magnetic force.
  1206. The antenna on its head captures radio waves from the world of spirits that command it to take people there.
  1207. Legends in snowy regions say that a woman who was lost on an icy mountain was reborn as Froslass.
  1208. Its body is composed of plasma. It is known to infiltrate electronic devices and wreak havoc.
  1209. It is said that its emergence gave humans the intelligence to improve their quality of life.
  1210. It sleeps at the bottom of a lake. Its spirit is said to leave its body to fly on the lake’s surface.
  1211. It is thought that Uxie, Mesprit, and Azelf all came from the same egg.
  1212. It has the power to control time. It appears in Sinnoh-region myths as an ancient deity.
  1213. It has the ability to distort space. It is described as a deity in Sinnoh-region mythology.
  1214. Boiling blood, like magma, circulates through its body. It makes its dwelling place in volcanic caves.
  1215. There is an enduring legend that states this Pokémon towed continents with ropes.
  1216. It was banished for its violence. It silently gazed upon the old world from the Distortion World.
  1217. Those who sleep holding Cresselia’s feather are assured of joyful dreams. It is said to represent the crescent moon.
  1218. It drifts in warm seas. It always returns to where it was born, no matter how far it may have drifted.
  1219. It starts its life with a wondrous power that permits it to bond with any kind of Pokémon.
  1220. It can lull people to sleep and make them dream. It is active during nights of the new moon.
  1221. The blooming of Gracidea flowers confers the power of flight upon it. Feelings of gratitude are the message it delivers.
  1222. It is told in mythology that this Pokémon was born before the universe even existed.
  1223. When it shares the infinite energy it creates, that being’s entire body will be overflowing with power.
  1224. They photosynthesize by bathing their tails in sunlight. When they are not feeling well, their tails droop.
  1225. When it gets dirty, its leaves can’t be used in photosynthesis, so it always keeps itself clean.
  1226. It can stop its opponents’ movements with just a glare. It takes in solar energy and boosts it internally.
  1227. It loves to eat roasted berries, but sometimes it gets too excited and burns them to a crisp.
  1228. When its internal fire flares up, its movements grow sharper and faster. When in trouble, it emits smoke.
  1229. It has mastered fast and powerful fighting moves. It grows a beard of fire.
  1230. It fights using the scalchop on its stomach. In response to an attack, it retaliates immediately by slashing.
  1231. As a result of strict training, each Dewott learns different forms for using the scalchops.
  1232. One swing of the sword incorporated in its armor can fell an opponent. A simple glare from one of them quiets everybody.
  1233. Extremely cautious, one of them will always be on the lookout, but it won’t notice a foe coming from behind.
  1234. When they see an enemy, their tails stand high, and they spit the seeds of berries stored in their cheek pouches.
  1235. Though it is a very brave Pokémon, it’s also smart enough to check its foe’s strength and avoid battle.
  1236. It has black, cape-like fur that is very hard and decreases the amount of damage it receives.
  1237. Being wrapped in its long fur is so comfortable that a person would be fine even overnight on a wintry mountain.
  1238. They steal from people for fun, but their victims can’t help but forgive them. Their deceptively cute act is perfect.
  1239. Stealthily, it sneaks up on its target, striking from behind before its victim has a chance to react.
  1240. It’s good at finding berries and gathers them from all over. It’s kind enough to share them with friends.
  1241. Ill tempered, it fights by swinging its barbed tail around wildly. The leaf growing on its head is very bitter.
  1242. This Pokémon lives in caves in volcanoes. The fire within the tuft on its head can reach 600 degrees Fahrenheit.
  1243. When it gets excited, embers rise from its head and tail and it gets hot. For some reason, it loves sweets.
  1244. The water stored inside the tuft on its head is full of nutrients. Plants that receive its water grow large.
  1245. It prefers places with clean water. When its tuft runs low, it replenishes it by siphoning up water with its tail.
  1246. It eats the dreams of people and Pokémon. When it eats a pleasant dream, it expels pink-colored mist.
  1247. The dream mist coming from its forehead changes into many different colors depending on the dream that was eaten.
  1248. These Pokémon live in cities. They are accustomed to people. Flocks often gather in parks and plazas.
  1249. No matter where in the world it goes, it knows where its nest is, so it never gets separated from its Trainer.
  1250. Males have plumage on their heads. They will never let themselves feel close to anyone other than their Trainers.
  1251. Its mane shines when it discharges electricity. They use the frequency and rhythm of these flashes to communicate.
  1252. They have lightning-like movements. When Zebstrika run at full speed, the sound of thunder reverberates.
  1253. They were discovered a hundred years ago in an earthquake fissure. Inside each one is an energy core.
  1254. When it is healthy, its core sticks out. Always facing the same way, it swiftly moves front to back and left to right.
  1255. Compressing the energy from its internal core lets it fire off an attack capable of blowing away a mountain.
  1256. The heart-shaped mark left on a body after a Woobat has been attached to it is said to bring good fortune.
  1257. Anyone who comes into contact with the ultrasonic waves emitted by a courting male experiences a positive mood shift.
  1258. By spinning its body, it can dig straight through the ground at a speed of 30 mph.
  1259. More than 300 feet below the surface, they build mazelike nests. Their activity can be destructive to subway tunnels.
  1260. It touches others with the feelers on its ears, using the sound of their heartbeats to tell how they are feeling.
  1261. Always carrying squared logs, they help out with construction. As they grow, they carry bigger logs.
  1262. This Pokémon is so muscular and strongly built that even a group of wrestlers could not make it budge an inch.
  1263. Rather than rely on force, they master moves that utilize the centrifugal force of spinning concrete.
  1264. By vibrating its cheeks, it emits sound waves imperceptible to humans. It uses the rhythm of these sounds to talk.
  1265. It lives in the water and on land. It uses its long, sticky tongue to immobilize its opponents.
  1266. They shoot paralyzing liquid from their head bumps. They use vibration to hurt their opponents.
  1267. When it encounters a foe bigger than itself, it wants to throw it. It changes belts as it gets stronger.
  1268. Tying their belts gets them pumped and makes their punches more destructive. Disturbing their training angers them.
  1269. Since this Pokémon makes its own clothes out of leaves, it is a popular mascot for fashion designers.
  1270. It protects itself from the cold by wrapping up in leaves. It stays on the move, eating leaves in forests.
  1271. It keeps its eggs warm with heat from fermenting leaves. It also uses leaves to make warm wrappings for Sewaddle.
  1272. Its bite injects a potent poison, enough to paralyze large bird Pokémon that try to prey on it.
  1273. It is usually motionless, but when attacked, it rotates at high speed and then crashes into its opponent.
  1274. With quick movements, it chases down its foes, attacking relentlessly with its horns until it prevails.
  1275. Perhaps because they feel more at ease in a group, they stick to others they find. They end up looking like a cloud.
  1276. Like the wind, it can slip through any gap, no matter how small. It leaves balls of white fluff behind.
  1277. Since they prefer moist, nutrient-rich soil, the areas where Petilil live are known to be good for growing plants.
  1278. Even veteran Trainers face a challenge in getting its beautiful flower to bloom. This Pokémon is popular with celebrities.
  1279. Red and blue Basculin usually do not get along, but sometimes members of one school mingle with the other’s school.
  1280. They live buried in the sands of the desert. The sun-warmed sands prevent their body temperature from dropping.
  1281. The special membrane covering its eyes can sense the heat of objects, so it can see its surroundings even in darkness.
  1282. They never allow prey to escape. Their jaws are so powerful, they can crush the body of an automobile.
  1283. When it sleeps, it pulls its limbs into its body and its internal fire goes down to 1,100 degrees Fahrenheit.
  1284. Its internal fire burns at 2,500 degrees Fahrenheit, making enough power that it can destroy a dump truck with one punch.
  1285. Arid regions are their habitat. They move rhythmically, making a sound similar to maracas.
  1286. When it finds a stone of a suitable size, it secretes a liquid from its mouth to open up a hole to crawl into.
  1287. Competing for territory, Crustle fight viciously. The one whose boulder is broken is the loser of the battle.
  1288. Proud of its sturdy skull, it suddenly headbutts everything, but its weight makes it unstable, too.
  1289. It can smash concrete blocks with its kicking attacks. The one with the biggest crest is the group leader.
  1290. The guardians of an ancient city, they always fly the same route while keeping watch for invaders.
  1291. Each of them carries a mask that used to be its face when it was human. Sometimes they look at it and cry.
  1292. Grave robbers who mistake them for real coffins and get too close end up trapped inside their bodies.
  1293. Restored from a fossil, this Pokémon can dive to depths beyond half a mile.
  1294. It could knock out a foe with a slap from one of its developed front appendages and chew it up, shell or bones and all.
  1295. Said to be an ancestor of bird Pokémon, they were unable to fly and moved about by hopping from one branch to another.
  1296. It runs better than it flies. It takes off into the sky by running at a speed of 25 mph.
  1297. Inhaling the gas they belch will make you sleep for a week. They prefer unsanitary places.
  1298. Consuming garbage makes new kinds of poison gases and liquids inside their bodies.
  1299. To protect themselves from danger, they hide their true identities by transforming into people and Pokémon.
  1300. Bonds between these Pokémon are very strong. It protects the safety of its pack by tricking its opponents.
  1301. These Pokémon prefer a tidy habitat. They are always sweeping and dusting, using their tails as brooms.
  1302. Cinccino’s body is coated in a special oil that helps it deflect attacks, such as punches.
  1303. They intently observe both Trainers and Pokémon. Apparently, they are looking at something that only Gothita can see.
  1304. According to many old tales, it creates friends for itself by controlling sleeping children on starry nights.
  1305. They can predict the future from the placement and movement of the stars. They can see Trainers’ life spans.
  1306. They drive away attackers by unleashing psychic power. They can use telepathy to talk with others.
  1307. When their two divided brains think the same thoughts, their psychic power is maximized.
  1308. When Reuniclus shake hands, a network forms between their brains, increasing their psychic power.
  1309. They are better at swimming than flying, and they happily eat their favorite food, peat moss, as they dive underwater.
  1310. Swanna start to dance at dusk. The one dancing in the middle is the leader of the flock.
  1311. This Pokémon formed from icicles bathed in energy from the morning sun. It sleeps buried in snow.
  1312. Snowy mountains are this Pokémon’s habitat. During an ancient ice age, they moved to southern areas.
  1313. Swallowing large amounts of water, they make snow clouds inside their bodies and, when angry, cause violent blizzards.
  1314. The turning of the seasons changes the color and scent of this Pokémon’s fur. People use it to mark the seasons.
  1315. They migrate according to the seasons, so some people call Sawsbuck the harbingers of spring.
  1316. The energy made in its cheeks’ electric pouches is stored inside its membrane and released while it is gliding.
  1317. For some reason they evolve when they receive electrical energy while they are attacking Shelmet.
  1318. These Pokémon evolve by wearing the shell covering of a Shelmet. The steel armor protects their whole body.
  1319. It lures Pokémon with its pattern that looks just like a Poké Ball, then releases poison spores.
  1320. It lures prey close by dancing and waving its arm caps, which resemble Poké Balls, in a swaying motion.
  1321. If its veil-like arms stun and wrap a foe, that foe will be dragged miles below the surface, never to return.
  1322. The fate of the ships and crew that wander into Jellicent’s habitat: all sunken, all lost, all vanished.
  1323. It gently holds injured and weak Pokémon in its fins. Its special membrane heals their wounds.
  1324. They attach themselves to large-bodied Pokémon and absorb static electricity, which they store in an electric pouch.
  1325. When attacked, they create an electric barrier by spitting out many electrically charged threads.
  1326. It absorbs the iron it finds in the rock while clinging to the ceiling. It shoots spikes when in danger.
  1327. They attach themselves to cave ceilings, firing steel spikes at targets passing beneath them.
  1328. The two minigears that mesh together are predetermined. Each will rebound from other minigears without meshing.
  1329. A minigear and big gear comprise its body. If the minigear it launches at a foe doesn’t return, it will die.
  1330. Its red core functions as an energy tank. It fires the charged energy through its spikes into an area.
  1331. One alone can emit only a trickle of electricity, so a group of them gathers to unleash a powerful electric shock.
  1332. These Pokémon have a big appetite. When they spot their prey, they attack it and paralyze it with electricity.
  1333. They crawl out of the ocean using their arms. They will attack prey on shore and immediately drag it into the ocean.
  1334. Rumors of its origin are linked to a UFO crash site in the desert 50 years ago.
  1335. It uses psychic power to control an opponent’s brain and tamper with its memories.
  1336. Litwick shines a light that absorbs the life energy of people and Pokémon, which becomes the fuel that it burns.
  1337. It arrives near the moment of death and steals spirit from the body.
  1338. The spirits burned up in its ominous flame lose their way and wander this world forever.
  1339. They mark their territory by leaving gashes in trees with their tusks. If a tusk breaks, a new one grows in quickly.
  1340. A broken tusk will not grow back, so it diligently sharpens its tusks on river rocks after the end of a battle.
  1341. Their sturdy tusks will stay sharp even if used to cut steel beams. These Pokémon are covered in hard armor.
  1342. Their snot is a barometer of health. When healthy, their snot is sticky and the power of their ice moves increases.
  1343. It freezes its breath to create fangs and claws of ice to fight with. Cold northern areas are its habitat.
  1344. They are composed of ice crystals. They capture prey with chains of ice, freezing the prey at -148 degrees Fahrenheit.
  1345. It evolves when bathed in an electric-like energy along with Karrablast. The reason is still unknown.
  1346. When its body dries out, it weakens. So, to prevent dehydration, it wraps itself in many layers of thin membrane.
  1347. It conceals itself in the mud of the seashore. Then it waits. When prey touch it, it delivers a jolt of electricity.
  1348. In fights, they dominate with onslaughts of flowing, continuous attacks. With their sharp claws, they cut enemies.
  1349. Using the long fur on its arms like whips, it launches into combo attacks that, once started, no one can stop.
  1350. It warms its body by absorbing sunlight with its wings. When its body temperature falls, it can no longer move.
  1351. Ancient science fashioned this Pokémon from clay. It’s been active for thousands of years.
  1352. It flies across the sky at Mach speeds. Removing the seal on its chest makes its internal energy go out of control.
  1353. Ignoring their injuries, groups attack by sinking the blades that cover their bodies into their prey.
  1354. Bisharp pursues prey in the company of a large group of Pawniard. Then Bisharp finishes off the prey.
  1355. Their fluffy fur absorbs damage, even if they strike foes with a fierce headbutt.
  1356. They will challenge anything, even strong opponents, without fear. Their frequent fights help them become stronger.
  1357. They fight for their friends without any thought about danger to themselves. One can carry a car while flying.
  1358. Their wings are too tiny to allow them to fly. They guard their posteriors with bones that were gathered by Mandibuzz.
  1359. Watching from the sky, they swoop to strike weakened Pokémon on the ground. They decorate themselves with bones.
  1360. It draws in air through its tail, transforms it into fire, and uses it like a tongue. It melts Durant and eats them.
  1361. They attack in groups, covering themselves in steel armor to protect themselves from Heatmor.
  1362. Lacking sight, it’s unaware of its surroundings, so it bumps into things and eats anything that moves.
  1363. After it has eaten up all the food in its territory, it moves to another area. Its two heads do not get along.
  1364. It responds to movement by attacking. This scary, three-headed Pokémon devours everything in its path!
  1365. The base of volcanoes is where they make their homes. They shoot fire from their five horns to repel attacking enemies.
  1366. When volcanic ash darkened the atmosphere, it is said that Volcarona’s fire provided a replacement for the sun.
  1367. It has a body and heart of steel. It worked with its allies to punish people when they hurt Pokémon.
  1368. Spoken of in legend, this Pokémon used its phenomenal power to destroy a castle in its effort to protect Pokémon.
  1369. Legends say this Pokémon confounded opponents with its swift movements.
  1370. Tornadus expels massive energy from its tail, causing severe storms. Its power is great enough to blow houses away.
  1371. As it flies around, it shoots lightning all over the place and causes forest fires. It is therefore disliked.
  1372. When Reshiram’s tail flares, the heat energy moves the atmosphere and changes the world’s weather.
  1373. Concealing itself in lightning clouds, it flies throughout the Unova region. It creates electricity in its tail.
  1374. From the forces of lightning and wind, it creates energy to give nutrients to the soil and make the land abundant.
  1375. It generates a powerful, freezing energy inside itself, but its body became frozen when the energy leaked out.
  1376. When it is resolute, its body fills with power and it becomes swifter. Its jumps are then too fast to follow.
  1377. Its melodies are sung with a special vocalization method that can control the feelings of those who hear it.
  1378. This Pokémon existed 300 million years ago. Team Plasma altered it and attached a cannon to its back.
  1379. Such a thick shell of wood covers its head and back that even a direct hit from a truck wouldn’t faze it.
  1380. They strengthen their lower bodies by running into one another. They are very kind and won’t start fights.
  1381. When it takes a defensive posture with its fists guarding its face, it could withstand a bomb blast.
  1382. As it walks, it munches on a twig in place of a snack. It intimidates opponents by puffing hot air out of its ears.
  1383. When the twig is plucked from its tail, friction sets the twig alight. The flame is used to send signals to its allies.
  1384. Using psychic power, it generates a fiery vortex of 5,400 degrees Fahrenheit, incinerating foes swept into this whirl of flame.
  1385. It protects its skin by covering its body in delicate bubbles. Beneath its happy-go-lucky air, it keeps a watchful eye on its surroundings.
  1386. Its swiftness is unparalleled. It can scale a tower of more than 2,000 feet in a minute’s time.
  1387. It appears and vanishes with a ninja’s grace. It toys with its enemies using swift movements, while slicing them with throwing stars of sharpest water.
  1388. It has ears like shovels. Digging holes strengthens its ears so much that they can sever thick roots effortlessly.
  1389. As powerful as an excavator, its ears can reduce dense bedrock to rubble. When it’s finished digging, it lounges lazily.
  1390. Despite the beauty of its lilting voice, it’s merciless to intruders that enter its territory.
  1391. The hotter the flame sac on its belly, the faster it can fly, but it takes some time to get the fire going.
  1392. When attacking prey, it can reach speeds of up to 310 mph. It finishes its prey off with a colossal kick.
  1393. The powder that covers its body regulates its temperature, so it can live in any region or climate.
  1394. The beaks of bird Pokémon can’t begin to scratch its stalwart body. To defend itself, it spews powder.
  1395. The patterns on this Pokémon’s wings depend on the climate and topography of its habitat. It scatters colorful scales.
  1396. They set off on their own from their pride and live by themselves to become stronger. These hot-blooded Pokémon are quick to fight.
  1397. With fiery breath of more than 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit, they viciously threaten any challenger. The females protect the pride’s cubs.
  1398. When it finds a flower it likes, it dwells on that flower its whole life long. It floats in the wind’s embrace with an untroubled heart.
  1399. When the flowers of a well-tended flower bed bloom, it appears and celebrates with an elegant dance.
  1400. In times long past, governors of castles would invite Florges to create flower gardens to embellish the castle domains.
  1401. If it has sunshine and water, it doesn’t need to eat, because it can generate energy from the leaves on its back.
  1402. They inhabit mountainous regions. The leader of the herd is decided by a battle of clashing horns.
  1403. It does its level best to glare and pull a scary face, but it can’t help grinning if anyone pats its head.
  1404. It charges ahead and bashes its opponents like a berserker, uncaring about any hits it might take. Its arms are mighty enough to snap a telephone pole.
  1405. Historically, in the Kalos region, these Pokémon were the designated guardians of the king.
  1406. It has enough psychic energy to blast everything within 300 feet of itself, but it has no control over its power.
  1407. The eyeball patterns on the interior of its ears emit psychic energy. It keeps the patterns tightly covered because that power is too immense.
  1408. If anyone dares to grab its hilt, it wraps a blue cloth around that person’s arm and drains that person’s life energy completely.
  1409. The complex attack patterns of its two swords are unstoppable, even for an opponent greatly accomplished at swordplay.
  1410. Apparently, it can detect the innate qualities of leadership. According to legend, whoever it recognizes is destined to become king.
  1411. In the past, rather than using perfume, royal ladies carried a Spritzee that would waft a fragrance they liked.
  1412. Its scent is so overpowering that, unless a Trainer happens to really enjoy the smell, he or she will have a hard time walking alongside it.
  1413. Because it eats nothing but sweets, its fur is as sticky sweet as cotton candy.
  1414. Its sense of smell is 100 million times better than a human’s, so even the faintest scent tells it about everything in the area. It’s like it can see with its nose!
  1415. It flashes the light-emitting spots on its body, which drains its opponent’s will to fight. It takes the opportunity to scuttle away and hide.
  1416. It lures its prey close with hypnotic motions, then wraps its tentacles around it before finishing it off with digestive fluids.
  1417. They stretch and then contract, yanking their rocks along with them in bold hops. They eat seaweed that washes up on the shoreline.
  1418. Barbaracle’s legs and hands have minds of their own, and they will move independently. But they usually follow the head’s orders.
  1419. It looks just like rotten kelp. It hides from foes while storing up power for its evolution.
  1420. Tales are told of ships that wander into seas where Dragalge live, never to return.
  1421. Through controlled explosions of internal gas, it can expel water like a pistol shot. At close distances, it can shatter rock.
  1422. By expelling water from the nozzle in the back of its claw, it can move at a speed of 60 knots.
  1423. The frills on either side of its head have cells that generate electricity when exposed to sunlight.
  1424. It stimulates its muscles with electricity, boosting the strength in its legs and enabling it to run 100 yards in five seconds.
  1425. Its immense jaws have enough destructive force that it can chew up an automobile. It lived 100 million years ago.
  1426. Nothing could stop this Pokémon 100 million years ago, so it behaved like a king.
  1427. This calm Pokémon lived in a cold land where there were no violent predators like Tyrantrum.
  1428. Using its diamond-shaped crystals, it can instantly create a wall of ice to block an opponent’s attack.
  1429. It wraps its ribbonlike feelers around the arm of its beloved Trainer and walks with him or her.
  1430. With its wings, it controls its position in the air. It likes to attack from above, a maneuver that is difficult to defend against.
  1431. It uses its tail to absorb electricity from power plants or from outlets in houses, and then it fires the electricity from its whiskers.
  1432. It has slept underground for hundreds of millions of years since its birth. It’s occasionally found during the excavation of caves.
  1433. It’s covered in a slimy membrane that makes any punches or kicks slide off it harmlessly.
  1434. Its four horns are a high-performance radar system. It uses them to sense sounds and smells, rather than using ears or a nose.
  1435. It attacks with retractable horns. It throws a punch that’s the equivalent of the force of a hundred pro boxers.
  1436. It never lets go of a key that it likes, so people give it the keys to vaults and safes as a way to prevent crime.
  1437. According to old tales, these Pokémon are stumps possessed by the spirits of children who died while lost in the forest.
  1438. Using its roots as a nervous system, it controls the trees in the forest. It’s kind to the Pokémon that reside in its body.
  1439. It is said to carry wandering spirits to the place where they belong so they can move on.
  1440. It enwraps its prey in its hairlike arms. It sings joyfully as it observes the suffering of its prey.
  1441. Using air of -150 degrees Fahrenheit, they freeze opponents solid. They live in herds above the snow line on mountains.
  1442. The way several Bergmite huddle on its back makes it look like an aircraft carrier made of ice.
  1443. Even a robust wrestler will become dizzy and unable to stand when exposed to its 200,000-hertz ultrasonic waves.
  1444. The ultrasonic waves it emits from its ears can reduce a large boulder to pebbles. It swoops out of the dark to attack.
  1445. When the horns on its head shine in seven colors, it is said to be sharing everlasting life.
  1446. When its life comes to an end, it absorbs the life energy of every living thing and turns into a cocoon once more.
  1447. It’s hypothesized that it’s monitoring those who destroy the ecosystem from deep in the cave where it lives.
  1448. It can instantly create many diamonds by compressing the carbon in the air between its hands.
  1449. It gathers things it likes and passes them through its loop to teleport them to a secret place.
  1450. It expels its internal steam from the arms on its back. It has enough power to blow away a mountain.
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