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Disearus (DIZZ-ee-RUS)

Species: The Virus Pokemon
Type: Poison
Ability: Levitate

HP: 115
Attack: 75
Defense: 75
Special Attack: 119
Special Defense: 90
Speed: 126
Total: 600

Disearus spreads a deadly virus from the stinger on its head, that can be fatal to many Pokemon.

Type: Poison
Power: --
PP: 10
Accuracy: 100%
Category: Status
Effect: Badly Poisons all Fairy and Grass types on the foe's team.
Distribution: Disearus


Gives 'em the slip..
New Item!

Meta Pad
Effect: Raises special defense (1.5x) of Pokémon it's attached to, but limits move selection to only status moves.
Flavor Text: An item to be held by a Pokémon. This ingenious template raises Sp. Def but prevents the use of attacking moves.

OK, so it's just the opposite of the Assault Vest, but who doesn't love a sp. def boost? And how many devoted Pokémon use solely status moves as their main form of support, or even attack? Imagine Baton Pass chains with Scolipede holding one of these, or Venomoth. Neither uses their respective STABs currently in the meta, they instead open the way for other Pokémon to sweep, stall, or prosper. Iron Defense with this item and Speed Boost on Scolipede?! Stop right there! Oh, and Toxic Spikes/Spikes? You're making me moist!


Poison Tail needs to be a critical hit. Keep the 10% chance to poison too, but there's no reason for it not to critical hit, every time. Nothing gets the move, and it's base damage is pathetic. On top of this, everything that gets it either gets Cross Poison, or a far better physical Poison move that deals way more damage. Poison Tail should at least be good for stat wars. An increase to 55, or even 60 damage wouldn't hurt neither.

Moonblast should deal double it's current damage if the move used before is Moonlight. I mean just the turn before though. So if the Pokémon flinches, switches, chooses another move, etc. the damage won't be 190, it'll be the normal 95 (before STAB).


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Sound Type:

SE Against: Fairy, Electric, Sound
NFE against: Ground, Bug, Steel
Resistant to: Fairy, Electric
Weak to: Ground, Bug, Poison

Pokémon that get it: Whismur line (Sound), Chatot (Sound/Flying), Chingling line (Psychic/Sound)

New Pokémon:

Rattlearth (Based on a rattlesnake)
Type: Ground/Sound
Ability: Sand Veil/Keen Eye/HA: Sand Rush
Stats: 65/105/70/60/75/75/BST: 450
Notable Moves: Hyper Voice, Dragon Tail, Sandstorm, Crunch, Iron Tail, Body Slam, Dragon Rush, Aqua Tail, Stone Edge, Earthquake


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Last Summon
Type: Psychic
Power: ---
Accuracy: ---
PP: 10
Effect: The user summon the foe's current last team member. This move fails if the foe has a substitute.

Basically a determined outcome whirlwind where it always brings the last pokemon of foe's team, but it has less pp and like dragon tail it is blocked by Substitute.

Type: Psychic
Power: ---
Accuracy: ---
PP: 5
Effect: If any member of user's team got its item taken away (be it by Knock Off, Thief, Trick or Switcheroo) then the item is returned to their user (for whole team, similar to Aromatherapy and status). This move has no effect on a user if the foe that used trick/switcheroo/thief has fainted (but not knock off).

Crab Stance
Type: Water
Power: ---
Accuracy: 100
PP: 20
Effect: User ups its Atk and Defense one stage in a mystical stance of power. It also lowers foe's attack one stage.
Viable users: All Crabhammer users.

Agony Swap
Type: Psychic
Power: ---
Accuracy: 100
PP: 25
Effect: The user swaps its own status condition with the foe's. This move only works if both user and foe are statused. This doesn't work if the user is asleep, unless this move is chosen by Sleep Talk.

Murder Doll

Button Presser

Fragile Mirror
Effect: Bounces back any none damaging move aimed the the holder, this includes entry hazards. Item "breaks" when holder is hit by an attack.

It's basically a gimp Magic Bounce but in the form of an item.


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Fragile Mirror
Effect: Bounces back any none damaging move aimed the the holder, this includes entry hazards. Item "breaks" when holder is hit by an attack.

It's basically a gimp Magic Bounce but in the form of an item.
So, basically a balloon-like magic bounce item. That's actually a good limit. I still don't think GF would make this, I think "Auto-Taunt" item is more likely.


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Price Drop
Effect: Cuts the HP dropping effects of moves/items by half.
At first glance, Magic Guard may seem superior, aside from the fact that some abiltiies are superior to others (i.e. Tough Claws > Iron Fist), this ability makes Substitute, Curse (ghost) and Belly drum lower half the HP they used to. Don't worry about Substitute becoming weaker; it still functions as it would have normally, the only difference is that it now takes 12% HP loss to make one. This ability also works the same on Life Orb, recoil and Toxic/Flame Orb (but not burn/poison inflicted outside of the orbs).


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Other Norse Pokemon

Norse Pokemon​
Primal Zygarde​
How to obtain-Use if you have the Yggdrasil Pokemon

Vemdril, the World Travel Pokemon​
Based on-Ratatoskr

The Wisdom Trio​
I have yet to decide on a name, but they are based off the Norns, who themselves are inspired by the Greek Fates. Each Norn focuses on a different aspect of time-Past, Present and Future. Past is Psychic/Rock, Present is Psychic/Ground and Future is Psychic/Steel. All of them have No Guard

Wovinash, the Universe Pokemon​
Basis-Yggadrasil and the Primal Cow. Wolvinash is master of the mortality trio
Type-Ice/Fire(The Norse universe was born from ice and fire)
Ability-Aura Boost(All moves are boosted by 33.3%)
Signature move-Yggadrasil. A beefed up tri-attack which has a 10% chance of burn, 10% chance of paralysis, 10% chance of poison, 10% chance of freezing and 10% chance of sleep

Fakemon reborn​
Name-Chromyuu, the Chromosone Pokemon
Ability-Master Power(all moves get STAB)
Description-"Much like Mewtwo, Chromyuu was a genetically enhanced clone of Mew. However it proves to be far more peaceful than Mewtwo." "Chromyuu was created for the purpose of study. It will help humans and Pokemon discover cures for genetic diseases."
Apperance-A smaller, more Mew-like being. It's child-like in appperance, in between the foetal Mew and adult Mewtwo
Moveset-It knows much of the moves of Mew more, but has some unique moves of its own

Mega Nidoking and Mega Nidoqueen​
Basis-Nidogod and Nidogoddess
Type-Poison/Fighting(Nidogod), Poison/Ground(Nidogoddess)

Mega Porygon-Z​
Basis-Porygon 3

Kangaskid and Kangasking​
Basis-The kid Kangaskhan
Type-Normal and Normal/Fighting
Ability-Same as Kangaskhan
How to get-Breed Kangaskhan w/Rare Incense, and evolve with friendship

Cubire, Flambear and Ursinova the Smokey Bear Pokemon​
Ability-Blaze, Flame Body(Hidden)
Apperance-A firey bear

Disputed Pokemon​
Basis-Slowbro's Shellder
Ability-Same as Shellder
How to obtain-Use DNA Splicers on Slowbro or Slowking. In a very rare case, it will de-evolve and you will get Shellbro

Primal Genesect​
Basis-The original creature of which Genesect was based off
BST-Same as Genesect, though speedier and less defensive

Mechamyuu, the Counterractive Pokemon​
BST-Same as Mewtwo

Non Pokemon enemies​
Basic Human​
Basis-Well humans were Pokemon, so what could their abilities be?
Type-Normal/Psychic or Normal/Fighting
Ability-Shadow Tag
Stats-Humans are like Shuckle. We have really low attack, but great defense.

Adam is, legendarily, the first human. Story tells how he managed to separate humanity completely from Pokemon, in hopes of subjugating them. In essence, he is responsible for the differences between the two. Arceus/nature/whatever is said to have "cursed" mankind by making them forever obsessed with Pokemon(that's his story. In reality the two species realized they should work together). He is the leader of Team Eden. He is a ??? type

Basis-Ghetsis absorbing some of the original dragon's power to attack you like a vicious, mad dog

Deific Cyrus​
Basis-Cyrus having spent enough time in the Distortion World, Cyrus has ascended to a somewhat god-like state with the Red Chain. He plans to overthrow Arceus himself
Type-Ghost/Steel(his time in the Distortion World and distaste for emotion)
Ability-Free Charge(now timeless, Cyrus doesn't need to charge attacks)

Note-DNA Splicers are used to activate these fusions. Some are temporary, existing as a sort of power up. Others are permanent.

Temporary fusions​

Clustorm, the Weather Bird Pokemon​
Basis-The bird trio fusion in the manga
Ability-Tri Power(Fire, Electric and Ice moves gain STAB)
How to obtain-Use DNA Splicers to fuse all three bird trio members together

Cosmic Dialga/Cosmic Palkia​
Basis-The hybrid statue
Type-Dragon/Ground(Palkia as dominant fusee), Dragon/Flying(Dialga as dominant fusee)
Ability-Slow Down(Dialga dominant),
How to obtain-Use DNA Splicers to fuse Dialga and Palkia
Note-The respective orbs of Dialga and Palkia act differently when held. Instead of increasing power, they boost the power of Steel moves(Cosmic Dialga) or Water moves(Cosmic Palkia)

Permanent fusions​
Fusion evolution​
Fusion evolution refers to Pokemon that can be evolved earlier with the DNA Splicers and with another of their kind. The nature and ability is one of the fusees, randomized. If one is shiny, the fusion will always be shiny
2 Koffings=1 Weezing
3 Diglett=1 Dugtrio
3 Magnemite=1 Magneton
1 Magneton+fusion=Magnezone
2 Beldum=1 Metang
2 Metang=1 Metagross
2 Fem!Combee=1 Vespiquen
1 Cherubi+Fusion=Cherrim
2 Vanillite=Vanilluxe
2 Klink=Klang
1 Klang + 1 Klink or 2 Klang=Klinklang
2 Honedge=Doublade

Fusion unique evolutions​
Basis-The Original Dragon
Ability-Plasmic Aura(Electric and Fire moves gain a STAB bonus)
How to obtain-Evolve Black or White Kyurem holding the Body Purifier, so long as the other member of the trio is in the party. When you get Tajirem, the fused member is ejected

Hakking, the Toxic Orb Pokemon​
How to obtain-Use DNA Splicers on Weezing

Alien Pokemon​
Alien Pokemon are abominations of nature. Usually a name for adapted Pokemon glitches. They can, for the most part, only breed with other Alien Pokemon. Alien type truly gives the name a meaning-it's basically codename for inverting their other type. Basically a walking Inverse Battle. Not only that, but Alien types have negative Pokedex numbers. Also no normal Pokemon can copy their abilities Let's begin!

Missingno and Mega Missingno, the Shadow Matter Pokemon​
National pokedex number: Negative One
Appearance-Standard Missingno is a shadowy spectre composed out of fossil bones, and Mega Missingno is a total spectre with traditional glitchiness
Ability-Replenish(this Pokemon will never use up its held item)
Description-"Across the cosmos, there are voids in reality. Missingno keeps these voids safe." "When the universe was being made, the raw material was lost. It coalesced into Missingno"

M?rph and Clefkanoste, the Shadow Being Pokemon​
Basis-M Block
National pokedex number: Negative Two and Negative Three
Type-Alien/Normal and then Alien/Fairy
Apperance-A warped hybrid of Kangashkhan and Clefairy lines
Ability-Replenish. Unrelated is its power to produce baby Kangaskhan and Cleffa
Evolution-Evolves with Sun Stone
Description-"M?rph is a strange creature which takes attributes of other beings. It is often mistaken for Missingno." "For reasons yet unknown, Clefkanoste bears a relationship with Clefairy and Kangashkan. It is believed to have been a mutated version of these Pokemon."

Charmangle, Charmeldex and Charominate, the Alien Dragon Pokemon​
Basis-Charizard M
National Pokedex number: Negative Four, Five and Six
Apperance-A creepy and alien looking Charmander line
Evolution-Hatch a Charmander egg with M?rph in the party. It has the same evolutionary path as Charmander

Twistery, the Coding Pokemon​
Basis-Glitch Unown
National Pokedex number: Negative Seven
Ability-Bury(immunity to Flying moves)
Apperance-28 forms of the alphabet, except the opposite case, backwards and upside down

Cursovid, the Bad Egg Pokemon​
Basis-Bad Egg
National Pokedex number: Negative Eight
Ability-Punish(effectively an ability-based Embargo)
Apperance-A creepy looking egg with a malicious shadow emerging from it

The Pokemon Primal Primklaos​
Zero: National Pokedex number
Azathoth, Primordial Chaos-Basis
(Lack of a type)Void-Type
(has a chance of causing confusion at first appearance, kind of like Intimidate)Unfathomable-Ability
" "-Pokedex entry
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Ability: Astral Projection
Effect: When foe is asleep, the user becomes the Ghost-type and becomes in "Astral State". Astral State replaces sleep. In Astral State only special moves will affect the user, the user also can only use special moves. When the user "wakes up" it changes back to normal with its original typing.

Ability: Unprioritize
Effect: When the user is on the field, all moves used by user and foe have the same priority. i.e. no + or - priority moves. All moves will have 0 priority.

Ability: Contraprioritize
Effect: When the the user is on the field, all moves used by user and foe have their priorities reverse. i.e. + priorities such as Quick Attack becomes - ones, and vice versa.

Ability: Zombie
Effect: The same as mummy, with the added affect of boosting the power of draining moves by 30%.


Veteran member
If the Greek gods were Pokemon​

First Generation Olympians​
Zeus: Electric/Flying
Poseidon: Water/Ground(Poseidon was also the god of Earthquakes)
Hades: Ghost/Steel(in charge of all the precious metals)
Hera: Electric/Dark(based off her proclivity to curse people Zeus sleeps with)
Hestia: Fire/Ground(she's the most well grounded of the gods)
Demeter: Grass/Ice(seasonal goddess, causes winter)

Second Generation Olympians​
Ares: Dark/Fighting(god of offensive warfare)
Athena: Psychic/Fighting(goddess of war and wisdom)
Hephaestus: Steel/Fire
Apollo: Fairy/Light
Artemis: Fairy/Grass
Aphrodite: Fairy/Psychic
Hermes: Dark/Flying(a thief)
Dionysus: Fairy/Poison
Persephone: Ghost/Ice(her kidnapping started winter)

The Titans​
Cronus: Grass/Dragon
Mnemsyone: Psychic/Sound
Atlas: Normal/Fighting
Prometheus: Normal/Fire
Hyperion: Light
Oceanus: Water/Dragon
Helios: Light/Fire
Eos: Light/Fairy
Selene: Light/Steel

Chaos: Void
Gaea: Ground/Fairy
Tartarus: Fire/Dark
Typhon: Flying/Dark
Echidna: Fairy/Bug

Other types​
Light type​
Offensive properties
* Super-effective on Dark, Ghost and Bug types. Dark types can't hide their sneaky actions utilizing light, ghost types are the closest thing to vacuum(which light is fastest in) and Bug types are generally nocturnal
* Not very effective on Grass, Electric and Water types. Plants use light as fuel, electricity comes from electromagnetism(of which is based from the photon, aka the light particle) and light is slowed in water
* Cannot affect Rock types. Rock is opaque, after all

Defensive properties
* Immune to Electric attacks. After all, its part of electromagnetism. EM spectrum, photons...
* Resistant to Dark, Sound, Fairy and Dragon attacks. Sneaky attacks are harder when you can be seen, sound is both slower than light and the other two are mythical beings who we have little proof of. Or something. Well, I tried
* Weak to Rock, Grass and Ice moves. Rocks block light, plants absorb light and ice is similar enough to glass(well, enough for it to work here) to refract it

Pokemon given new types:
* Mareep line-Electric/Light(Jasmine used one as part of a lighthouse)
* Sunkern line-Grass/Light
* Stantler-Light(it uses illusions)
* Volbeat and Illumise-Bug/Light(they're fire flies)
* Shinx line-Electric/Light
* Cherubi line-Grass/Light(its super form is generated by sunlight)
* Zorua line-Dark/Light(using light to create illusions)
* Cryogonal-Ice/Light
* Druddigon-Dragon/Light(wings are apparently solar powered)

Sound types​
Offensive properties
* Super-effective against Psychic, Steel and Sound types. Sound would distract Psychics, goes fastest in Steel and disrupts other sounds
* Not very effective against Flying, Fighting and Dark types. It's hard to talk when you're in the air, fighting animes call out their attacks and dark minds can't be convinced with words
* Does nothing against Ghost, as it is the closest to vacuum

Defensive properties
* Resistant to Water, Steel and Psychic
* Weak to Ghost, Dark and Sound

Retyped Pokemon
* Igglybuff line-Sound/Fairy(I think this is obvious)
* Politoed-Water/Sound
* Misdreavus line-Ghost/Sound(its a banshee)
* Whismur line-Sound(obvious)
* Chingling line-Psychic/Sound(based off a windchime)
* Kricketot line-Bug/Sound
* Chatot-Sound/Flying(obvious)
* Tympole-Water/Sound
* Maractus-Grass/Sound
* Meloetta-Sound/Psychic or Sound/Fighting

Megas and Primals​

Gen 1 Megas​
* Mega Venomoth: Bug/Poison, Psycho Aura(Psychic moves are increased)
* Mega Raichu: Electric, De-Ground(Ground moves are vulnerable to Electric type moves)
* Mega Arbok: Poison/Dragon, Intimidate
* Mega Ninetales: Fire/Fairy, Cursed Body(its spooky, odd nature would fit the faerie folk)
* Mega Golduck: Water/Psychic, Inner Focus
* Mega Machamp: Fighting, Iron Fist(look how many arms it has!)
* Mega Golem: Rock/Fire, Pressure
* Mega Electrode: Electric/Fire, Reckless(explosive)
* Mega Marowak: Ground/Ghost, Cursed Body(Ghost Marowak)
* Mega Tauros: Normal/Fighting, Anger Point

Gen 2 Megas​
* Mega Meganium: Grass/Fairy, Natural Cure
* Mega Typhlosion: Fire, Flame Body
* Mega Fearligatr: Water/Dark, Iron Jaws(biting moves are more powerful)
* Mega Noctowl: Psychic/Flying, Compound Eyes
* Mega Sudowoodo: Rock/Grass, Trace
* Mega Magcargo: Fire/Steel, Orify(Rock and Ground moves become Steel type)
* Mega Girafarig: Fairy/Psychic or Dark/Psychic, Mind Change(if special moves are used, Girafarig becomes Fairy and if physical moves are used, Girafarig becomes Dark)
* Mega Sparcagon(evolution of Dunsparce): Fairy/Dragon, Levitate
* Mega Aviklaws(evolution of Delibird): Ice/Fairy, Heal Punish(the opponent's healing items and moves have the reverse effect).
* Mega Qwilfish: Water/Poison, Aftermath
* Mega Stantler: Light, Illusion
* Mega Lugia: Psychic/Dragon, Drizzle
* Mega Ho-oh: Fire/Fairy, Drought

Gen 3 Megas​
* Mega Mightyena-Dark, Friend Guard
* Mega Plusle and Mega Minum-Electric, Super Minus and Super Plus(double power their normal abilities)
* Mega Kecleon-Normal, Protean
* Mega Wailord-Water, Levitate
* Mega Zangoose-Normal/Fighting, Immunity
* Mega Seviper-Poison/Dragon, Shed Skin
* Mega Castform-Flying/Normal, Forecast(this time it changes only the Normal type)
* Mega Tropius-Grass/Fairy, Harvest
* Mega Chimecho-Ghost/Sound, Zombiate(Normal moves become Ghost based)
* Mega Salamence-Dragon/Flying, Rock Head
* Primal Rayquaza-Dragon/Electric, ???
* Primal Deoxys-Psychic/Poison, Poison Body

Gen 4​
Mega Torterra-Grass/Ground, Harvest
Mega Infernape-Fire/Fighting, Flame Body
Mega Empoleon-Water/Steel, Defiant
Mega Luxray-Electric/Light, No Guard
Mega Carnivine-Grass, Insectivore(Bug moves heal this Pokemon)
Mega Porygon-Z-Normal/Electric, Hacker(Electric and Steel Pokemon will be confused in the presence of this Pokemon)
Mega Rotom(note-this form cannot be achieved unless Rotom is in its Natural Form)Electric/Fairy, Prankster
Mega Cresselia-Psychic/Fairy, Sweet Dreams(sleeping Pokemon in your party are immediately healed, like an auto-rest)
Mega Darkrai-Dark/Fairy, Bad Dreams
Mega Arceus-Normal, Protean

Gen 5​
Mega Serperior-Grass, Defiant
Mega Emboar-Fire/Fighting, Reckless
Mega Samurott-Water/Fighting, Justified
Mega Gigalith-Rock, Unbreakable(physical moves do 33.3% less damage)
Mega Cofagrigus-Ghost/Normal, Mummy
Mega Golurk-Ground/Fighting, Weak Armor
Mega Hydreigon-Steel/Dragon, Mega Launcher
Mega Volcarona-Bug/Fire, Flame Body
Primal Genesect-Bug/Rock, Compund Eyes

Gen 6​
Mega Chesnaught-Grass/Fighting, Iron Barbs
Mega Delphox-Fire/Fairy, Pixilate
Mega Goodra-Dragon/Water, Gooey
Mega Avalugg-Ice/Steel, Sturdy

Shiny lock gifts​
* Shiny Mew-An event gift in Pokemon Genesis. You get to unlock the mysterious "blue Mew", an ancient Mew said to be the protector of Kanto. It appears occasionally in-story, but with the item gift "Primal Berry" you can summon it to handheld games. This Mew is Level 100, with the moves Me First, Transform, Sketch and Reflect Type
* Shiny Celebi-A gift as a 10th anniversary of the Mystery Dungeon games
* Shiny Jirachi-That's coming out
* Shiny Arceus-The golden Arceus has OT-Bodhisttava and TN-01000, referring its mythological status. This is given out as a reward for all winners of the World Championships
* Shiny Victini-An always available event, a white Victini is obtainable solely through trading next to the Statue of Liberty. It will have the same moveset as normal
* Shiny Keldeo/Meloetta-A reward event. If you manage to get a Master Rank in all Contests, you will be rewarded with a shiny Keldeo(Sapphire) or Meloetta(Ruby)
* Shiny Xerneas, Yveltal and Zygarde-Pokemon released as a promotional for the new Thor movie. Pokemon X will be given Yveltal, Pokemon Y will be given Xerneas and Pokemon Alpha Ruby/Omega Sapphire will be given Zygarde

In-game shinies​
* Master Contest-A reward for beating the Master Contests. Each one will give you a shiny depending on the contest. They are based off different anime co-ordinators
** Coolness master will give you a shiny Budew(Drew's main Pokemon)
** Beauty master will give you a shiny Skitty
** Cute master will give you a shiny Cacnea(Harley's main Pokemon. Made him cute for the lulz)
** Smart master will give you a shiny Heracross(Conway's main Pokemon that is in the Hoenn Pokedex)
** Tough master will give you a shiny (Solidad's main Pokemon)
** Absolute master will give you a shiny Feebas

Quacklin, the Skilled Duck Pokemon​
Ability-Sharpen(items have a 50% increase in their effects)
Evolves from Farfetch'd with the Super Stone
Apperance-A tougher-looking Farfetch'd with makeshift leaves for battle attire, and two leeks

Hakking, the Poison Mine Pokemon​
Ability-Iron Barbs
Evolves from Weezing while traded with a Metal Coat
Apperance-A metallic Hakking with three body parts, each with spikes where their craters used to be

Mamamba, the Dance Pokemon​
Ability-Samba(essentially a confusion counterpart for Static)
Evolves from Jynx using the Sonic Stone
Apperance-A slender, four-armed figure with hair covering her eyes

Ciphable, the Decoded Pokemon​
Type-Psychic/(depends on Hidden Power)
Ability-Levitate, Forewarn(Mega Ciphable)
Evolves from Unown when levelled up with another Unown
Apperance-An Unown eye embedded into a stone tablet. The tablet's coloration depends on the secondary type
Signature move-Sigma Fury. Sigma Fury is a Special move with 65 Attack and Void type(ala none). When used, it will become the type the opponent is weak against, and stay that way for the rest of the battle

Sparcagon, the Rare Snake Pokemon​
Ability-Same as before
Evolves from Dunsparce using the Super Stone
Apperance-A more traditional snake with a sharper drill. Sparcagon has folded but luxurious wings

Aviklaws, the Gift Giving Pokemon​
Ability-Bounty(your allies' healing moves are increased in strength, and healing items like berries have a second use)
Evolves from Delibird with Super Stone
Apperance-A bigger, fatter bird
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Here is a Pokemon based on a rumor I read before 6th gen came out:

Gigagon -Level up with Minimize -> Megagon -Level with Minimize and Fairy Wind-> Tinygon

Type: Dragon
Ability: Intimidate
Dex: Its huge size intimidates Pokemon and people alike. It's often mistaken as a fully-evolved Pokemon because of its size and ferocious look.
BST: 333
HP: 100
Atk: 50
Def: 40
SpA: 50
SpD: 40
Spe: 53

Level-up movepool:
--- Leer
--- Ember
13 Pound
15 Harden
20 Fire Spin
25 Dragonbreath
31 Minimize
37 Body Slam
41 Torment
45 Dragon Claw
53 Haze
58 Dragon Pulse
66 Refresh
70 Perish Song

Type: Dragon
Ability: Quick Feet
Dex: Evolution lead it to be smaller in size. The size difference gave it speed, however.
BST: 444
HP: 90
Atk: 60
Def: 57
SpA: 60
SpD: 57
Spe: 120

Level up-moves: same as Gigagon, but gets Quick Attack the same level it evolves and Fairy Wind instead of Torment.

Type: Dragon/Fairy
Ability: Pixilate
Dex: Decreased further in size. It is often underestimated because of its size and cute looks.
BST: 555
HP: 70
Atk: 70
Def: 70
SpA: 111
SpD: 101
SpD: 133

Level up moves: Same as Gigagon, except it gets Fairy Wind the same level it evolves and Moonblast replacing Perish Song.

Egg moves:
Silver Wind
Foul Play
Fake Out
Steel Wing
Dragon Rush
Tri Attack


Im Still Here!

Absorbtion: When a Water or Grass type move hits the user it heals Hp (So like Volt Absorb and Water Absorb)

Resistant: Any Super Effective Move used by the opponent does 1/10 of their Hp (So Espeon Used Shadow Ball agaunst a ghost type and Espeon loses 1/10 of its Hp)

Shelter: If there are any weather effects it heals 1/16 (so basically a leftovers) of their Hp


I REALLY wish that we had the option for our Pokemon to not learn any new moves in the daycare. It messes me up when IV breeding.


Ghostly Gamer
Umm, I'd like to give Sunflora an evolution. I know it already evolved via Sunstone but that's canon now and we can't change it,

Sunmaura (Sun + Aura)
evolves from Sunflora after learning Solarbeam
Chlorophyll/Solar Power / Flash Fire

Grass/Fire type

BST - 520

HP - 90
Attack - 85
Defense - 85
SP.Attack - 120
SP.Defense - 100
Speed - 40

Gains notable fire type moves after evolving via level up, Including flamethrower, Heat wave and Incinerate.

If there was one Pokemon I wanted to evolve next generation, it would be Sunflora. Not because I overly like it, but I think it could use a boost to it's stats and thus become more of a reasonable Pokemon.


Veteran member
Name-The Entity
Species-Missingno, the Outer God Pokemon
Pokedex number-Zero
Pokedex entry-It's voice is not its own/The Lost Beast Has Found a Home
Height-Several universes
Weight-Several universes
Level-Theta Prime
Item held-90s Kid
Moveset-Data assimilation, Selfdestruct, Sky Attack, Water Gun

Mega evolutions that will probably happen Part 1: Psuedos​
Mega Dragonite
Type-Dragon/Water(Every single game has Dratini and Dragonair live in water)
Ability-Either Shed Skin or Levitate
Appearance-More majestic and less derpy than Dragonite. It is blue, like its previous evolutions
Item-Lancite(What else are you supposed to call it, Dragoniteite? That's just silly)

Mega Salamence
Ability-Rock Head(consider its pre-evolutions)
Appearance-Salamance is wearing a sort of armor

Mega Hydreigon
Ability-Mega Launcher(Hydreigon was going to be a dragon with canons)
Apperance-Hydreigon's atrophied legs become stronger to support its weight, it slants over to show its canons and the wings become metal. It resembles the original design

Mega Goodra
Type-Dragon/Water(its gooey)

Mega Evolutions that will probably happen part 2-Hoenn Pokedex​
Mega Gallade
Apperance-A more knight like Gallade, or a prince to match Mega Gardevoir's princess

Mega Hariyama
Ability-Thick Fat
Apperance-An even larger Hariyama

Mega Golem
Apperance-A massive Golem with molten lava inside its body and as blood

Mega Machamp
Ability-Iron Fist(look how many arms it has!)
Apperance-Machamp looks like a professional wrestler, and has grown a third set of arms

Mega Electrode
Apperance-A Master Ball

Mega Magcargo
Ability-Eh, not really sure
Apperance-A proud, armored Magcargo with glowing hot flesh and a metallic shell with chimneys

Mega Torkoal
Ability-Carbonize(Normal moves become Rock type)
Apperance-A massive Torkoal with chimneys

Mega Castform
Ability-Forecast(modified to alter the primary type depending on the weather)
Apperance-A misty floating Pokemon with more similarities to what it's based off

Mega Kecleon
Apperance-A more humanoid looking figure

Mega Chimecho

Mega Girafarig
Apperance-The tail has taken over Girafarig's other side

Mega Glalie

Primal Regigigas
Ability-Maximize(Normal moves become Fighting)
How to get-Obtain the three Regis

Shinies normally locked​
Mystery Dungeon Celebi
Time Gear
Level 45
10th anniversary event for the Mystery Dungeon Games
Same moveset as the normal games, and its unique move-Time's Up! Time's Up means that while this move is used, you can use two other moves in one turn. It has 5 PP

Time Gear
Note: Those who hold the Time Gear can learn "Temporal Scream", which essentially gives a Frisk warning to all Pokemon. It is learnt by holding this item and levelling up. The Kanto-Sinnoh starters, Pichu line, Meowth, Skitty and Munchlax lines, Diagla, Darkrai and Celebi can all learn this move

Golden Arceus
Holding Insect Plate
Level 100
Gift for the victors of the World Championship

Shiny Tao Trio
Like the previous generation, upping to Gen VII will involve three shiny Tao legendaries

Shiny Keldeo
Holding Special Mail
Level 50
OT: Alexander
Gift for the anniversary of The Three Musketeers

Legendaries in Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire​
* Volcanion is Pokemon 000, found early around Mt Pyre. Its Pokedex states to be the perfect merger of land and sea
* Latios and Latias-Similar gimmick to the bird trio in X/Y
* Regi quartet-During the game, Pyramid King Brandon will battle you to unlock and help locate the Regis. They will respawn, but you will lose your chance to obtain them if you fail to defeat Pyramid King Brandon. Over the course of locating where they are, he will gives hints as to how to unlock them(Regice's tomb will hint you need a living fossil and whale, Regirock's tomb will hint that you must go to the bottom of the ocean and Registeel will hint its near the land of coral). When you have all four, fight Brandon to unlock Primal Regigigas
** Brandon's first team is Solrock, Ninjask and Dusclops
** Brandon's second team is Solrock, Ninjask, Dusknoir, Wigglytuff, Gengar and Mega Alakazam
** Brandon found his other golems in Kanto. Their caves are now emptied, containing the following Pokemon:
*** The other Regice's cave contains Vanillish, Cryogonal and Glalie along with Regicenite
*** The other Regirock's cave contains Carbink, Boldore and Graveler along with Regirockite
*** The other Registeel's cave contains Klang, Bronzong and Doublade along with Registeelice
** Regigigas can be found underneath the Battle Fronteir, in a region known as "The Lost Kingdom." It is an ancient society researched for archaeological purposes. It has Golurk, Omanyte, Kabuto and Areodactyl
* Rayquaza has a Primal
* Jirachi has an event item. Obtain the Wishtag item, and use on the white stone. This can be done at any point. It is Level 30
* Deoxys has an event item-the Astro Key. Once enough launches have passed, there will be a secret. The secret they're hiding is that the virus they were studying has mutated, and has taken over the Space Station. You get to go up. Deoxys is by far the strongest Pokemon at Level 80, and has infested the area with Riboxys-not catchable or regarded as Pokemon, but like the Pokestar Studios you can fight them. They are all Poison type. After Deoxys is captured, you can return to the space station to fight trainers for the different meteors. In the satellite, there is a zero G mechanic-as such Ground moves cannot do a thing. The trainer to unlock Primal Deoxys? Tate and Liza's father
** Astronaut Jin wants to battle! He will have Solrock, Lunatone, Clefable, Beheeyem, Starmie and his own Deoxys(with a different gem). He will explain that this new Deoxys was artificially created for research purposes, and personally thanks you
* The legendary beasts: in Hoenn, you get to visit Kanto in an after-game like with Gen II. Primarily it's a nod to Hoenn introduced right before the Kanto remakes. It also has a nod to BW2-both have Raikou, Sapphire has Suicune and Ruby has Entei. They are like X/Y's birds, who jump around and settle. However Raikou will stay put. Where they end up:
** Raikou appears in the Pokemon Tower. It is suggested that Raikou is paying its respects
** Entei ends up getting stuck at Cinnabar Island. In rage, it causes activity within the volcano. When someone is complaining about this, its a hint that Entei is there
** Suicune ends up at the Power Plant, causing trouble by screwing with the hydroelectric dam
* Ho-oh: Located in Kanto, in Victory Road. Requires the three legendary beasts
* Lugia: Located east of Mossdeep. Previously you couldn't reach there because of a massive whirlpool blocking the way. However with the three legendary birds, you can cancel out the wave. A number of rare deep Water types are here.
* Mew: When you enter Kanto, you find that the Cerulean Cave has collapsed due to an epic battle. The event item "Mirage Key" helps you try to find it. You will chase Mew across the regions, starting from Cerulean Cave. Often it's in places of genetic experimentation, and a Ditto will appear with Imposter that pretends to be Mew so Mew can troll you. Eventually you find Mew on New Island, which is between Hoenn and Kanto

Blazeing Man

proffesional artist
I would rename Mantyke Mantiny


New Member
Type: Psychic
Power: ---
Accuracy: ---
PP: 5
Effect: The user Enlarges its body to gigantic levels harshly lowering its evasion, but sharply boosting both its Def and SpD.


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Just for fun:

Pokemon: Ghulusk
Type: Ghost/Steel
Ability: Levitate
HP: 90
Atk: 110
SpA: 120
Def: 125
SpDef: 100
SpD: 80
Appearance: Suit of armor/skeleton inhabited by a small ghoul (similar to Gastly).

So, in conclusion, this is a rip-off off of "Summoned Skull" from Yu-Gi-Oh!, and somewhat of a fan interpretation of the actual Pokemon Golurk :p


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Ability: Silver Lining
Effect: The user recovers third of its max HP for ever stat that is lowered (by the foe, not the user). Example: if foe uses Parting Shot, the user gains 2/3 of its HP, while if foe sets up Sticky Web, each time the user switches in, the user recovers third of its HP.

Item: Leg Weight
Effect: Reduces Speed and Evasion by 50%. When the item is lost, the user has its Speed boosted by 50%. The effect lasts even after switching. The Item only boosts when it's lost by Fling/foe's Knock Off or Thief; Trick and Switcheroo will NOT activate the item's positive affect on the user.
When flinging this item it reduces foe's speed by one stage.

New moves for Arceus:

Move: Discernment
Effect: A physical variant of Judgement

Type: ??? (that type should return, exclusive to Arceus' original type, but no plate for it, certain moves will have this type too like Judgement, Discenment and Hidden Power)
Accuracy: 35%
Effect: An OHKO move that blows throw Sturdy (And Endure/Focus Sash). Also bypasses Wonder Guard.