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Move: Intercept
Type: Dark
PP: 10
Status Move
Effect: The user puts up a defensive stance with it's arms out front. If the opponent uses a move that makes contact, the user blocks it, then counterattacks. This move fails if used in succession.

Captain Jigglypuff

Leader of Jigglypuff Army
Hopping Ghost
Ability- Draining Touch
Dex Entry: Jiangsect become active once night falls and hops around searching for other Pokémon to steal their strength by simply touching them. During the day, Jiangsect will retreat into dark caves and go to sleep.

Jiangsect has a body structure similar to Kricketune and Lokix only it has a very pale grey color scheme and it’s arms are always stretched outwards in front of its body. It is based on the Jiangshi of Chinese folklore and the energy draining touch and name is a reference to this creature.

Ability Description: Draining Touch takes away a bit of the HP of any Pokémon that comes into direct contact with Jiangsect or whenever Jiangsect uses a Physical contact move and restores Jiangsect’s health.
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Ability- Overgrow
Hidden ability- Tough Claws
Evolves from Servine at level 36 while knowing ancient power.

HP- 80
Special Attack- 65
Special Defence- 90
Speed- 93

1- Tackle
1- Leer
1- Vine Whip
1- Slam
1- Crunch
1- Extreme Speed
1- Primal Sense
4- Glare
7- Vine whip
10- Dragon Breath
13- Growth
16- Leaf Tornado
20- Leech Seed
24- Synthesis
28- Dragon Claw
32- Leaf Blade
38- Coil
44- Wood Hammer
50- Outrage

Dex Entry 1- In ancient times Servine evolved into this much more aggressive form instead of Serperior. It's legs are much less efficient meaning it is much less speedy than it's later relative and has to rely on short bursts of speed and sharp claw attacks.

Dex Entry 2- Servival is a pack hunter that works togther to bring down prey. Some believe the reason this is less common these days is that Servine and its relatives became too contrary to work together. Others beli

Ancient power is now an egg move for Serperior.

Resembles a larger Servine with traits of dinosaurs and limbed reptiles. Unlike Serperior it still has all limbs it had as a Servine.

New move
Primal Sense- Dragon- (status) 16PP- Allows Dragon moves to hit fairy Pokemon. It also enables an evasive target to be hit.


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Boldew, Rosert and Roserstal, the Desert Rock and Desert Crystal Pokemon
Name basis: Budew+Bolder, Roselia+desert, Roserade+crystal
Ability-Inner Focus/Anticipation (normal), Sharpness (Hidden)
Egg group-Undiscovered (Boldew), Mineral (Rosert and Roserstal)
Gender ratio: 50/50
Evolution: Same as the Budew line
Pokedex entry (Boldew)
  • "Superficially Boldew look like Budew, however they are far closer biologically to Geodude or Roggenrola. They can sense the time of the day"
  • "Boldew are curious Pokemon who form in deserts. They shine at nighttime, which is a useful indicator for those lost"
Pokedex entry (Rosert)
  • "Rosert will wilt their petal-like growths on occasion, which are made out of quartz. They are useful for making clocks"
  • "Rosert "flowers" are beautiful, yet sharp. Because they regrow in a short time, they're a cheap source of crystals"
Pokedex entry (Roserstal)
  • "Roserstal have a sense of vanity equal to the similarly-looking Roserade. They love to make light shows by electrifying their quartz "petals""
  • "Roserstal's body possess an internal clock, making them aware of the time down to the millisecond. This makes them highly attune to respond to danger"
Basis: The Boldew line is based off the desert rose, and as it becomes apparent in later stages the rose quartz which acts as its rose equivalent. The Electric typing comes from quartz being used in clocks, so like Hootoot it has a slight clock motif. It is a convergent Pokemon of the Budew line

Rune Knight

Well-Known Member
Hello, I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post this here but I recently made a new set of starter pokémon for a Tohoku inspired region.

Here is a link if you want to watch it:



Veteran member
Fixing Asymmetric Evolutions (plus some other things)

Effect: Same as Thief.
Basis: A Flying type Thief, Swipe can be learned by many bird Pokemon. It reflects how birds seem good at snatching stuff, mainly food

Farsnatch'd, the Robber Pokemon
Name basis: farfetched+snatched
Ability-Pickpocket/Keen Eye (normal), Defiant (Hidden Ability)
Evolution: Kantonian Farfetch'd-Learn Swipe at Lv 35-Farsnatch'd
BST-507 (82 HP, 95 Atk, 95 Def, 48 Sp.Atk, 82 Sp.Def, 105 Speed)
Pokedex entry
  • "Having to deal with hunting and predators have hardened Farsnatch'd. They've become underhanded thieves to survive"
  • "Farsnatch'd will intimidate travelers into giving them food, but they never have any intention of causing harm. They share pilfered treats with young Farfetch'd"
Basis: Farsnatch'd contrasts Sirfetch'd by being a thief, but more on the sympathetic "stealing bread to feed its family" kind

Circus Hat
Held item
Effect: Boosts the duration of screen moves (Reflect, Light Screen) by two turns set up by a Pokemon holding this item. Allows Kantonian Mr Mime to evolve into Mimaster

Mimaster, the Showman Pokemon
Name basis: mime+master (as in, ringmaster, or a general master of entertainment)
Ability-Screen Protector. Screen Protector prevents Reflect and Light Screen from being broken by moves like Brick Break so long as a Pokemon with this ability is on the field. If a Pokemon with Screen Protector is on the field before a Pokemon with Screen Cleaner, Screen Cleaner will be nullified. But if they come out at the same time or a Pokemon with Screen Cleaner was on the field first it gets nullified
Evolution: Kantonian Mr Mime-Trade while holding a Circus Hat-Mimaster
BST-520 (100 HP, 55 Atk, 70 Def, 110 Sp Atk, 70 Sp Def, 105 Speed)
Pokedex entry
  • "Mimaster command a troupe of Mr Mime to perform spectacles to onlookers. Some do it simply for fun, others are thieves that distract their targets"
  • "Mimaster are such convincing mimes people have sworn they can touch their "invisible glass". They're territorial and don't like attention being paid to Mr Rimes"
Basis: Mimaster remains mime-themed, but this time it is a circus ringleader/master of entertainment. Some traits of its ability reflect a rivalry of sorts with the entertainment Mr Rime performs

Float Up
Effect: Same as Magnet Rise-the user becomes immune to Ground type attacks for five turns
Pokemon that can learn this-Many lightweight or low density Pokemon like Wailord, balloon-like Pokemon
Basis: Float Up is meant to be a Magnet Rise for Pokemon that, well, don't make sense having electromagnet powers but do look like they could float. Swolfish learns this move upon evolution

Swolfish, the Poison Balloon Pokemon
Name basis: swollen+fish
Ability-Levitate/Poison Point (normal), Intimidate (Hidden)
Evolution: Johtonian Qwilfish-Use Poison Stone-Swolfish
BST-510 (135 HP, 65 Atk, 95 Def, 95 Sp Atk, 95 Sp Def, 35 Speed)
Pokedex entry
  • "Swolfish have adapted to float above water to avoid Poison type predators that can't be affected by their toxins. If they see tasty prey they deflate above them, raining down poison"
  • "Swolfish may not be as spiny as their old relatives the Overqwil, but they are just as poisonous. Male Swolfish impress mates by swelling their body as big as possible"
Basis: While Overqwil focuses on the spikiness and poison of the pufferfish, Swolfish is based off their ability to inflate their body. This is why it has the power to float. The swollen part of the name is a double meaning, as swelling is often a side-effect of poisoning

Regional variant: Qwilfish and Qwilburst, the Detonation Pokemon
Name basis: Qwil+burst
Ability-Aftermath/Poison Point (normal), Toxic Debris (Hidden)
Evolution: Regional variant Qwilfish-Learn Explosion at Lv 38-Qwilburst
BST(Qwilburst)-510 (85 HP, 65 Atk, 65 Def, 115 Sp Atk, 95 Sp Def, 85 Speed)
Pokedex entry (Regional Qwilfish)
  • "Qwilfish of the TBA region have adapted to underwater vulcanism, but they still have some of their Johtonian cousin's poisons. It's just that their toxin has more sulfur in it"
  • "Environmental pressures lead some Qwilfish to tolerate and process superheated water. When they inflate, they do so rapidly to spread boiling water in all directions
Pokedex entry (Qwilburst)
  • "Qwilburst are temperamental beings that will explode in anger if given a reason. This is only a partial metaphor"
  • "In war, Qwilburst's explosiveness has made them living mines. Velagicano are one of the only Pokemon they're friendly with"
Basis: This version of Qwilfish takes the mine influence. As such, it is similar to Voltorb in being a living bomb and also references animals that live around hydrothermal vents

Wormolt and Velagicano, the Hydrothermal Pokemon
Name basis: molten+worm pelagic+volcano
Ability-Pressure/Poison Heal (normal), Sturdy (Hidden Ability)
Evolution: Wormolt-Lv 30-Velagicano
Gender ratio: 50/50
Egg group: Water 3
Pokedex entry (Wormolt)
  • "Wormolt thrive on the chemical reaction around hydrothermal and volcanic vents. If you asked any biologist a century ago, they'd say Wormolt are too extreme to exist"
  • "Wormolt have a special organ that keeps the water and fire parts of their biology in harmony. This organ had only ever been seen before in a Pokemon previously thought to have been a myth"
Pokedex entry (Velagicano)
  • "Velagicano have been found upwards of 30,000 feet underwater. Somehow they have integrated volcanic vents into their biology"
  • "Velagicano protect themselves by spitting lava at their enemy. They are remarkably adept at tolerating poison"
Basis: are based off tube worms and the hydrothermal vents they live around. They reference how for a while we didn't think life could thrive so deep underwater. There's a nod to Volcanion

Blue Coral
Held item/sellable item
Effect: This item can be sold for a good price. Corsola holding this item when traded evolve
Basis: Blue Coral has the same price as a Nugget. It is a rare item found when swimming where Corsola live or on some Corsola but some NPCs will give you one on the cheap. It is a nod to Corsola's shiny appearance

Rock Scrub
Effect-If used on an ally, instead of causing damage it will heal any status condition they have

Scrub Wash
Effect-If used on an ally, instead of causing damage it will heal any status condition they have

Coralpent, the Coral Pokemon
Name basis: coral+serpent
Ability-Unchanged from pre-evolution
Evolution: Johtonian Corsola-Trade while holding a Blue Coral-Coralpent
BST-510 (60 HP, 145 Atk, 75 Def, 45 Sp Atk, 50 Sp Def, 135 Speed)
Pokedex entry
  • "Rare coral has mutated Corsola into a fast, serpentine body. It is still fundamentally the same organism though, and prefer warm and clean seas"
  • "Coralpent have the ability to cure illnesses by scrubbing their coral on the afflicted. Any shiny Coralpent is instantly regarded as the leader of the local Corsola population"
Basis: Coralpent is a speedster counterpart to Cursola. Its serpentine form is because asides from coral, it takes inspiration from the coral snake (though more so in shape). Along with it can learn Rock Scrub and Scrub Wash. It serves as a rare fast Rock type
Additional note: Like Gyarados, there is a static shiny encounter with a Coralpent, which serves as a monarch of its ilk

Scrubbit, Spongesh and Porifresh, the Scrubber, Sponge and Clean Pokemon
Name basis: scrub+bit, sponge+wash, Porifera+fresh
Ability-Clean Debris/Water Absorb (normal), Fluffy (Hidden), Sharpness (Spongesh stage only). Clean Debris means that Spikes, Toxic Spikes and Stealth Rock are removed when this Pokemon enters the field
Egg group: Water 3/Mineral
Evolution: Scrubbit-Lv 28-Spongesh-Lv 44-Porifresh
Pokedex entry (Scrubbit)
  • "Scrubbit look like porous rocks, but they are actually Pokemon. For most of their life they stay firm to the seabed"
  • "Scrubbit are good at scrubbing away dirt and grime. They're able to stay on land for some time by absorbing water beforehand"
Pokedex entry (Spongesh)
  • "Unlike other members of their evolutionary family Spongesh are frail, sharp and energetic. They know they're vulnerable so they have to act lightning quick"
  • "Spongesh keep sharps of themselves that come off as devastating projectiles, or they fashion them into weapons. They're hypochrondiacs who constantly check themselves for dirt and grime"
Pokedex entry (Porifresh)
  • "Porifresh are a stark contrast to their pre-evolution; slow, bulky, and mellow. They let smaller Water types hide in their pores"
  • "Porifresh are compassionate Pokemon that will help scrub and clean dirty Pokemon. They have an amazing capacity for water absorption"
Basis: Scrubbit is based off a sponge. It goes from a little bit, to a lanky, glassy sponge and then a nice, shonky sponge. Its ability to learn Rock Scrub and Scrub Wash is based off sponges being used to scrub dirt and clean. Like Vigoroth the middle stage is lanky and fast. Also, while the final stage is still stronger than the main one, it's not much of a type difference so Spongesh and Porifresh act like Scyther and Scizor

Rush Crash
Effect: This moves always goes first. It does recoil damage on the same level as Flare Blitz

Maracoon, the Messenger Pokemon
Name basis: marathon+raccoon
Ability-Stamina/Gluttony (normal), Quick Feet (Hidden)
Evolution: Hoennian Zigzagoon-Lv 20-Hoennian Linoone-Learn Rush Crash at Lv 35-Maracoon
BST-520 (83 HP, 100 Atk, 81 Def, 40 Sp Atk, 81 Sp Def, 135 Speed)
Pokedex entry
  • "Long ago, a Linoone sent as a messenger ran so fast it transformed into a new Pokemon. That was the first recorded Maracoon, and they have been patrons of runners and messengers ever since"
  • "Maracoon are bursting with energy and will go on rampages if confined to a small space. Historically they've made excellent couriers
Basis: Reflecting how its prior forms have movement as a factor and Linoone was the Rushing Pokemon, Maracoon references marathons. It has some wing-like fluff on its feet meant to parallel Hermes' shoe wings
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Ghost-Type Master
New Moves!

Knock-Out Punch
Type: Fighting
Category: Physical
Power: 150
Accuracy: 100
PP: 5
Description: The user winds up its arm in the first turn, and lands a mind-splitting blow the second. This move always causes Sleep.
- Additional Info: Knock-Out Punch will fail is used against a Pokémon that is already Asleep. By that regard, the move will always fail against Komala. If Knock-Out Punch hits a target that already has a status infliction, the status will be replaced with Sleep. The move will fail if the target has Insomnia, or if Uproar, Safeguard or Misty Terrain is in effect. Knock-Out Punch always goes last in the second turn, regardless of stats, items or current ongoing effects.

Deep Sleep
Type: Psychic
Category: Status
Power: none
Accuracy: none
PP: 5
Description: The user casts a spell on the target that fully heals it, but also sends it to Sleep.
- Additional Info: Deep Sleep causes the target to Sleep for three turns. Deep Sleep removes all volatile conditions, including Leech Seed, Infestation, Whirlpool, Fire Spin and Curse. However, the move also removes the effects of Aqua Ring, Ingrain and Substitute. Deep Sleep will fail if used on a Pokémon that is already Asleep. However, it will not fail on a Pokémon that has Insomnia.


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Echinoderm Fun

Fluffoid and Feathnoid, the Sky Lily Pokemon
Name basis: fluffer+crinoid, feather+crinoid
Ability-Sweep Up (normal), Suction Cups (Hidden). Sweep Up means that when brought on the field entry hazards are removed. On top of this, a Pokemon with Sweep Up doesn't take damage from entry hazards
Evolution: Fluffoid-33-Feathnoid
Egg group: Water 3
Gender ratio: 12.5% female, 87.5% male
Pokedex entry
  • "Fluffoid's closest relative is Lileep. Somehow they have managed to go airborne, but they still use their stalk to station themselves at rest"
  • "Fluffoid are believed to be descended from what would've been a regional variant of Lileep. Biologists are studying them in order to better understand an extinction event that happened almost 100 million years ago"
  • "So long as a Feathnoid has one of its dozens of appendages, it can regenerate the rest. For millennia these appendages have been used for sweeping and cleaning"
  • "Feathnoid hate dirty and disorganized environments, and obsessively clean anything not up to their standards. They rarely touch the ground because of their high cleanliness standards"
Basis: Fluffoid is based off the feather star, or crinoid. It is meant to be an in-universe relative of Lileep as they are both based on crinoids, however while the Lileep line is the more sessile and ancient variety Fluffoid are free moving crinoids. This close in-universe relationship is also why they have the same egg group and gender ratio. It takes the feather part of feather star to be a pure Flying type. It also takes inspiration from a feather duster

Nonotyen and Defnogold, the Sea Urchin and Fool's Gold Pokemon
Name basis: no+not+yen, definitely+no+gold
Ability-Sand Veil/Pickup (normal), Mimicry (Hidden)
Egg group-Water 3
Gender ratio: 50/50
Evolution: Nonotyen-Lv 30-Defnogold
Pokedex entry
  • "Nonotyen are said to look like coins, but they are no more special than your average beach-dwelling Water type. They prefer to hide under the sand"
  • "Nonotyen used to be quite rare, making them a valuable commodity. But now, centuries later, they're a common sight on the beach"
  • "Defnogold remains were once used as a form of currency due to their past rarity. Nowadays they're almost worthless"
  • "Though they look like they are covered in gold, this is just a coloration of the Defnogold's exterior. However a few actually have gold they found and hoarded
Basis: The Nonotyen line is based off a sand dollar, and the concept of fool's gold. Taking a more literal interpretation of the dollar part, its meant to resemble a big golden coin (and its shiny is platinum colored to further its apparent value) but it is actually a common Pokemon and not even Steel type. There's a nod to inflation

Motelroidea and Symbiofish
Name basis: motel+holothuroidea, symbiosis+fish
Type-Water/Normal (Lonley Symbiofish and Empty Motelroidea), Water/Steel (Occupied Motelroidea), Water/Psychic (Homely Symbiofish
Ability-Fishy Friend (Motelroidea can "merge" with Symbiofish, achieving its Occupied Form, and will gain the same effect as Iron Barbs in this form), Squishy Friend (Symbiofish can "merge" with Motelroidea, achieving its Homely Form, and will gain the same effect as Magic Bounce in this form)
Gender ratio: 50/50
Egg group: Water 3 (Motelroidea), Water 2 (Symbiofish)
BST (Lonely Symbiofish)-410 (100 HP, 50 Atk, 50 Def, 50 Sp Atk, 50 Sp Def, 120 Speed)
BST (Empty Motelroidea)-410 (100 HP, 50 Atk, 120 Def, 50 Sp Atk, 50 Sp Def, 50 Speed)
BST (Occupied Motelroidea)-540 (100 HP, 120 Atk, 120 Def, 30 Sp Atk, 120 Sp Def, 50 Speed)
BST (Homely Symbiofish)-540 (100 HP, 30 Atk, 50 Def, 120 Sp Atk, 120 Sp Def, 120 Speed)
Form change: Motelroidea and Symbiofish have the ability to merge via their ability. Which one is the dominant party determines who you merge.
Pokedex entry (Lonely Symbiofish)
  • "Symbiofish are small and unremarkable Pokemon. They look to protect themselves by hiding in Motelroidea"
  • "Insignificant and easily prayed on Pokemon. You are more likely to find them hiding in a Motelroidea"
Pokedex entry (Empty Motelroidea)
  • "Motelroidea are kind of bulky, but that's about it. They look for Symbiofish as a means of offense"
  • "Something special happens when a Symbiofish lives inside a Motelroidea. Otherwise few people care about them"
Pokedex entry (Occupied Motelroidea)
  • "Having a Symbiofish within a Motelroidea triggered a remarkable transformation. Their externals resemble a thorny metallic shell"
  • "Motelroidea give Symbiofish asylum, and in turn they gain a natural armor. They can endure over 10,000 atmospheres of pressure"
Pokedex entry (Homely Symbiofish)
  • "Somehow living in a Motelroidea has massively increased the Symbiofish's intellect. It possesses psychic abilities"
  • "The slime of a Motelroidea lets Symbiofish bounce off certain attacks. They can read minds from miles away"
Basis: This concept is based off the pearl fish, specifically the silver pearlfish and pineapple sea cucumber. In symbiosis, two mediocore Pokemon become strong when fused

Tube Tickle
Effect-This move always goes first. It has a chance of causing the opponent to flinch
Pokemon that can learn this move: Any and all Pokemon based off echinoderms.
Other notes: While this is a simple move it is mainly used as an excuse to justify new evolutions of prior echinoderm Pokemon and maybe even a new Pokemon

Pyukumacho, the Gutsy Pokemon
Name basis: puke+mucus+cucumber+macho
Ability-Guts (normal), Regenerator (Hidden)
Evolution: Pyukumacho-Learn Tube Tickle at Lv 40-Pyukumacho
BST-510 (55 HP, 130 Atk, 60 Def, 100 Sp Atk, 30 Sp Def, 135 Speed)
Pokedex entry
  • "Pyukumacho can weaponize their own internal organs with shockingly minimal self-harm. They pride themselves on fighting even when criticially injured"
  • "Pyukumacho compete over who can still stand after the most amount of damage given. Scientists still aren't sure how such a tough Pokemon evolved from a Pyukumuku"
Basis: The gutsy part, ability and type are acknowledging the literal guts of a sea cucumber and its ability to, well, self-eviscerate/weaponize its guts. This is reflected in its "macho masochism". It essentially becomes a glass cannon
Other notes: Much like Scizor, Pyukumacho is meant to be more of an alternative to its pre-evolution than an outright replacement. An offensive equivalent. This is also why it doesn't have Innards Out; it is not meant to outright replace Pyukumuku

Pikurchin, the Thunder Pike Pokemon
Name basis: pike+sea urchin
Ability-Lightningrod/Toxic Debris (normal), Electric Surge (Hidden)
Evolution: Pincurchin-learn Tube Tickle at Lv 35-Pikurchin
BST-510 (48 HP, 131 Atk, 115 Def, 111 Sp Atk, 85 Sp Def, 15 Speed)
Pokedex entry
  • "Pikurchin are known as "The Spiny Reaper" since nothing within 20 feet of them comes back. However they still only eat seaweed, and act in self-defense more than often"
  • "Pikurchin were born and raised to surround castles with a powerful electric barrier. Spines that broke off were used for some of the first electrical experiments"
Basis: Pikurchin keeps many of its prior self's traits, however now it reflects things like electric fences and similar constructions. It has pikes are part of its thorny design

Graphichin and Radidrawls, the Sea Urchin and Spike Sketcher Pokemon
Name basis: graphite+urchin, radiols+draw
Type-Water (Graphichin), Water/Rock (Radidrawls)
Ability-Trace (normal), Iron Barbs (Hidden)
Evolution: Graphichin-Learn Tube Tickle at Lv 35-Radidrawls
Gender ratio-50/50
Egg group-Water 3
Forms: The Graphichin line have an aesthetic form where their tips have different colors, which begin to resemble different gemstones when they evolved. As a shiny this part doesn't change, but the main body goes from red to pink.
  • White Graphichin-Chalk Radidrawls
  • Black Graphichin-Charcoal Radidrawls
  • Purple Graphichin-Amethyst Radidrawls
  • Blue Graphichin-Sapphire Radidrawls
  • Cyan Graphichin-Turquoise Radidrawls
  • Green Graphichin-Emerald Radidrawls
  • Yellow Graphichin-Amber Radidrawls
  • Orange Graphichin-Citrine Radidrwls
Pokedex entry
  • "Graphichin are surprisingly intelligent for a sea urchin. They make marks in the ground with their spikes"
  • "Graphichin have shockingly good memory, which they use be ever-vigilant for predators. Broken off spikes have been used as makeshift pencils"
  • "Radidrawls can make impressive sketches and carvings in rock with their own rocky spines. They act like pencils, except they can even work underwater"
  • "Radidrawls are inquisitive and use their spines to get around, defend themselves and draw. Ironically despite their overall red coloration, none of them can draw in red"
Basis: Graphichin is based off the pencil urchin. This of course takes it more literally with its spines being actual pencils. The Rock type is a nod to graphite/pencil "lead" and how its radiols are rocky


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Altered Form
Ability- Dragonproof
Can Transform when holding the Alamos Artefact

HP- 70
Special Attack-135
Defence- 70
Special Defence-80
Speed- 135
Total- 600

New moves
Bloodcurdling Roar - (Dragon)-Special- 95BP- 5PP This move has a 10% chance to lower special defence by 1 stage and a 5% chance to cause flinching. Fails if not used by Darkrai.

Darkrai can also now learn Aura Sphere (though has to be taught)

New ability- Dragonproof- Pokemon with this ability are immune to Dragon type moves.

Dex Entry 1- Using the power of the nightmares of the people who witnesses the conflict between itself and 2 legendary dragons Darkrai was altered and gained the ability to transform into this form should the need ever arise again. The transformation does make it more aggressive however.

Dex Entry 2- When Dakrai takes on it's altered form it abandons defensive fighting and goes on an all out attack to defeat it's enemy and attacks with a terrifying roar or direct combat instead of putting its target to sleep.

Appearance- Takes on a form with similarities to Deinonychus and Dragons. Have areas that look like gems similar to Dialga and Palkia.


Veteran member
I was cursed by this knowledge so now you have to bear it

Maggeese and Casudipterzu, the Dubious and Scandalous Cheese Pokemon
Name basis: maggot+cheese, Casu martzu+Diptera
Ability-Poison Point
Gender ratio: 50/50
Egg group: Undiscovered
Evolution: Maggeese-Royal Jelly-Casudipterzu
Pokedex entry
  • "Maggeese hide within a hunk of cheese. Their presence in the cheese gives it an exquisite texture"
  • "No-one knows how Maggeese come to be; all attempts to breed them in captivity have failed. Given the tastiness of the cheese, not knowing may be for the best"
  • "Casudipterzu cheese had to be outlawed because there was such a high demand, yet it comes with a chance of causing food poison. Criminals will sell it for a high price"
  • "Casudipterzu are weak on its own, so it hides with a thick armor of cheese. It serves as a decoy their predators would love, with a chance of a nasty after-effect"
Basis: The Maggeese line is based off the cheese fly and its associate cheese, Casu martezu. Yeah, believe it or not there's a Sardinian cheese which uses the presence of maggots for texture. It has a chance of a nasty food poisoning and has become illegal. Maggeese is a darker take on the "Fairy type food archetype". This is also why Poison Point is its ability...you are taking a chance with this food. Its inability to be bred references how originally we weren't sure where maggots/flies came from, referencing spontaneous generation
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Ghost-Type Master
So I decided to redo my Terrain/Weather moves to more properly express them:

New Moves!

Lava Terrain
Type: Fire
Category: Status
Power: none
Accuracy: none
PP: 10
Description: The user covers the ground under everyone's feet with lava for five turns. This causes damage to all susceptible Pokémon.
- Additional Info: Lava Terrain boosts the power of Fire-type moves by 50%, while weakening the power of Grass-type moves by 50%. While the terrain is active, all grounded Pokémon take 1/16th damage every turn, excluding Fire-type Pokémon. Surf, Dive, Muddy Water, Grass Pledge and Ingrain will all fail while Lava Terrain is active.

Water Terrain
Type: Water
Category: Status
Power: none
Accuracy: none
PP: 10
Description: The user covers the ground under everyone's feet with water for five turns, boosting the power of Water-type moves.
- Additional Info: Water Terrain boosts of the power of Water-type moves by 50%, while weaking the power of Fire-type and Ground-type moves by 50%. While the terrain is active, the base power of Surf is doubled and Dive will hit in only one turn. If Rain is active while Water Terrain is active, Whirlpool will last for 6 turns instead of 5. Fire Pledge, Fire Spin and Lava Plume will all fail while Water Terrain is active.

Sandy Terrain
Type: Ground
Category: Status
Power: none
Accuracy: none
PP: 10
Description: The user covers the ground under everyone's feet with thick sand for five turns, preventing escape.
- Additional Info: Sandy Terrain boosts the power of Ground-type moves by 50%, while decreasing the power of Electric-type moves by 50%. While Sandy Terrain is active, all grounded Pokémon are unable to escape, except by ability or held item. Also, while the terrain is active, the damage dealt by Sandstorm is doubled and no grounded Pokémon can be Poisoned.

Toxic Terrain
Type: Poison
Category: Status
Power: none
Accuracy: none
PP: 5
Description: The user spills a toxic substance all over the ground, inducing all grounded Pokémon with Poison.
- Additional Info: Toxic Terrain boosts the power of Poison-type moves by 50%, while weaking the power of Grass-type and Psychic-type moves by 50%. While Toxic Terrain is active, grounded Pokémon become Poisoned and the infliction cannot be removed, except by item. Moves and abilities that would remove the Poison status will fail, including Immunity.

Type: Fire
Category: Status
Power: none
Accuracy: none
PP: 10
Description: The user causes volcanic ash to fall from the sky, boosting the power of Fire moves.
- Additional Info: Soot causes the 'Soot' weather effect, which boosts the power of Fire and Poison-type moves by 50%, while weakening the power of Grass and Flying-type moves by 50%. The Accuracy off Pokémon decreases by one stage while Soot is active. However, Poison Power will not fail.

Acid Rain
Type: Poison
Category: Status
Power: none
Accuracy: none
PP: 10
Description: The user creates a highly acidic rain that damages all Pokémon except Poison-types.
- Additional Info: Acid Rain causes the 'Acid Rain' weather effect, which inflicts at least 1/16th damage to all Pokémon except Poison-types for 5 turns. Water and Steel-type Pokémon take 1/8th damage for 5 turns. While Acid Rain is active, Steel-type Pokémon are susceptible to Poison and the Special Defense of Poison-type Pokémon is increased by one stage.

Type: Flying
Category: Status
Power: none
Accuracy: none
PP: 10
Description: The user creates a strong wind that boosts the power of Flying-type moves for 5 turns.
- Additional Info: Gale causes the 'Heavy Wind' weather effect, which boosts the power of Flying-type moves by 50% while weaking the power of Rock-type moves by 50%. While Heavy Wind is active, the effects of Tailwind are doubled during and Hurricane will always hit. The Speed of all Pokémon is lowered by one stage, except Flying-type Pokémon, while Heavy Wind is active.


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Evolutionary Item Buff

Existing item buff
  • Deep Sea Scale: If held by a Water type Pokemon that isn't Clamperl, their Defense is boosted
  • Deep Sea Tooth: If held by a Water type Pokemon that isn't Clamperl, their Attack is boosted
  • Upgrade: Prevents the user's moves from being copied. If the opponent uses Sketch, Mimic, Mirror Move and the like the move will fail
  • Dubious Disc: Prevents the user's abilities from being copied. If the opponent has Trace, Imposter, Power of Alchemy and alike abilities, or uses Transform, the ability will fail
  • Electrizer: Acts like Black Sludge, healing Electric type Pokemon but inflicting paralysis on non-Electric type Pokemon
  • Magmarizer: Acts like Black Sludge, healing Fire type Pokemon but inflicting burn on non-Fire type Pokemon
  • Prism Scale: Same effect as an Amulet Coin
  • Protector: Halves the damage the user suffers from "extremely super-effective moves" (in other words, any 4 x type effectiveness)
  • Reaper Cloth: Acts like Black Sluge, healing Ghost type Pokemon but inflicting the Curse effect on non-Ghost and non-Dark type Pokemon
  • Oval Stone: Doubles the effect of healing moves on allies of Pokemon who hold this item. This effect is nullified if an ally holds an Oval Stone
  • Sachet: Increases the flinch chances of opponents if held by a Fairy type Pokemon
  • Whipped Cream: Decreases the evasion rate of opponents if held by a Fairy type Pokemon

Bonblech, Gumgrosp, Molassion and Vingerbrenom, the Super Sweet, Hyper Sweet, Ultra Sweet and Bitter Sweet Pokemon
Name basis: bon-bon+blech, gumdrop+gross, molasses+poison gingerbread+venom
Type-Fairy (Bonblech), Fairy/Poison (Gumgrosp and Molassion), Fairy/Dark (Vingerbrenom)
Ability-Sweet Veil (all stages)/Runaway (Bonblech, Gumgrosp), Gooey (Molassion), Gluttony (Vingerbrenom). Their shared Hidden Ability is Supersweet Syrup
Evolution: Bonblech-Lv 30-Gumgrosp-Trade with Whipped Cream if male/Trade with Sachet if female-Molassion/Vingerbrenom
Egg group-Undiscovered (Bonblech), Fairy/Mineral (the rest)
Gender ratio-50/50 (Bonblech, Gumgrosp), 100% male (Molassion), 100% female (Vingerbrenom)
Pokedex entry
  • "Bonblech started as a small mass of sugar that came to life. They are skittish and run from predators wanting to eat it"
  • "Bonblech's body is made from an incredibly sweet substance. Their sweat used to be used as a sweetener, until it caused a bunch of cavities"
  • "Gumgrosp are overwhelmingly sweet. Most predators pass out from a sugar crash after just a nibble at them"
  • "Despite being poisonous, heavily diluted Gumgrosp sweat is safe to use as a sweetener. And a very effective one at that"
  • "Studies show Gumgrosp developed the Poison type as a defense mechanism against predators like Slurpuff. Even other Fairy type Pokemon think it's too sweet"
  • "Molassion smothers prey in its syruppy body, so that even if they aren't stuck down they are overwhelmed by sweetness. It resents being a living manifestation of sugar and candy"
  • "Molassion hide their thin, stick-like body under a bulk of ultra-sweet molasses. Even a single drop of this molasses guarantees a trip to the dentist"
  • "Vingerbrenom have grown bitter and hateful due to how they were prayed upon. Now they turn the tables and feed on others"
  • "Old stories say Vingerbrenom would lure naughty children with candy to cook them. One hopes this was only made up to scare kids"
Basis: The Bonblech line is a dark parallel to fairy food Pokemon in that it embodies the unhealthy traits of candy. It starts as rock/sugar candy, with Molassion being syruppy and Vingerbrenom being more solid. Vingerbrenom is a nod to the witch from Hansel and Gretel, hence the more malicious typing

Regional variant: Slowpoke, Slowbrute and Slowdon, the Clam Thug and Despot Pokemon
Name basis: slow+brute, slow+don (as in mafia don)
Type-Water (Slowpoke), Water/Dark (Slowbrute and Slowdon)
Ability-Own Tempo (all)/Intimidate (Slowbrute), Quick Draw (Slowdon), Hidden Ability remains Regenerator
Evolution: Regional Slowpoke-Trade while holding a Deepsea Tooth/Scale-Slowbrute/Slowdon
Pokedex entry
  • "Despite not being a Psychic type, the Slowpoke of the TBA region are actually a little bit smarter than their Kantonian relatives. Unfortunately they're a good bit more irritable"
  • "TBA Slowpoke prefer to fish for Clamperl instead of Shellder. They can change the color of their fishing tail to seem more inconspicious"
  • "Slowbrute think little about the consequence of their actions, making them pliable for more devious masters. They have a tendency to overfish their respective pool"
  • "Slowbrute may be far more aggressive than Slowbro, but they are no less stupid. Slowdon manipulate them to do their dirty work"
  • "Clamperl venom activates both Slowdon's genius intellect, and potential for evil. They manipulate Slowbrute as thugs to maintain power"
  • "Slowdon force other Water types to give them their pearls and other shiny stuff or they will sick their Slowbrute on them. Unlike the calm-minded Slowking, Slowdon are insecure and cowardly"
  • Slowbrute: 490 BST (95 HP, 100 Atk, 110 Def, 80 Sp Atk, 75 Sp Def, 30 Speed)
  • Slowdon: 490 BST (95 HP, 100 Atk, 75 Def, 110 Sp Atk, 80 Sp Def, 30 Speed)
Basis: This Slowpoke line doesn't bond with a Shellder, but instead a Clamperl. They are an evil counterpart of sorts with mafia inspirations, and Slowdon has vibes of a tyrannical monarch

Regional variant: Shellder and Cloyster
Ability-Earth Eater
Evolution: Shellder-Trade while holding a Prism Scale-Cloyster
Pokedex entry
  • "The Shellder of the TBA region are significantly more unpalatable to predators like Slowpoke. This is thanks to an extra protective shell around their soft parts"
  • "TBA Shellder are able to digest sand and dirt in order to convert it into glass and pearls. They're almost as defensive as their evolved form"
  • "TBA Cloyster aren't as defensively sound as their Kantonian cousins, and vanity plays a large part in that. Namely, how bejeweled their body is"
  • "Cloyster of the TBA region are considered living treasures due to the gems and pearls encrusted on their body. They're exceptionally arrogant and notoriously harder to train"
Cloyster BST-525 (50 HP, 125 Atk, 120 Def, 85 Sp Atk, 75 Sp Def, 70 Speed)
Basis: This regional variant of Shellder is meant to be a result of the Slowpoke regional variant. It emphasizes the pearl and jewelry aspect of bivalves

Porygon-V, the Antivirus Pokemon
Ability-Antibody (status conditions will not be nullified when this Pokemon is on the field)
Evolution: Porygon-Trade while holding Upgrade-Porygon2-Use Protector while knowing Conversion-V-Porygon-V
Pokedex entry
  • "A belated and authorized upgrade to the Porygon line. Porygon-V is designed to counter computer viruses, especially the Digivirus line"
  • "Porygon-V was specifically designed with Digivirus data so it can create antibodies for the damage it causes. The original purpose for it to travel across dimensions was deemed secondary"
BST-535 (135 HP, 50 Atk, 70 Def, 115 Sp Atk, 115 Sp Def, 50 Speed)
Basis: Porygon-V is a counter to the Digivirus line in that it tackles computer viruses. Being Normal/Ghost allows it to be super-effective against Digivirus without worrying about its typing. It is a defensive counterpart to Porygon-Z. The V means virus and vector

Effect: The user becomes immune to the last type used on it
Signature move of: Porygon2 (Lv 35)

Digivirus, Biteria and Byterium, the Malware Pokemon
Name basis: virus+digit, bit+bacteria, byte+bacterium
Ability-Cursed Body/Download (normal), Perish Body (Hidden)
Evolution: Digivirus-Trade while holding Upgrade-Biteria-Trade while holding Dubious Disc-Byterium
Gender ratio-Gender unknown
Egg group-Mineral
Pokedex entry
  • "Digivirus is a artificially made, literal ghost in the machine. It's designed to cause problem with other technology"
  • "Digivirus was first found at an abandoned lair by an undisclosed criminal gang. What they intended to use Digivirus for, no-one knows"
  • "Biteria hijacks technology like Upgrade devices to spread its influence among computers. They like to steal and erase valuable data"
  • "Someone made Biteria planned it as a cyber-weapon. Maybe they intended it to have sapience, or maybe it developed beyond their control"
  • "The fact that this Pokemon comes to be via the Dubious Disc makes one wonder if they share the same creator. Byterium try to hide their hostile intentions with a colorful and approachable avatar"
  • "Byterium's ghostly properties are a side effect to their true power; to hijack and ruin even the best supercomputers. What's their motive? No-one knows"
Basis: An "evil counterpart" of sorts to the Porygon line, complete with an opposite typing. This line is based off computer viruses and its horse-like appearance comes from the Trojan Horse virus

Effect-This move inflicts the Poison status on opponents. It affects Poison and Steel type Pokemon
Signature move of: The Digivirus line

Effect-This move inflicts the Burn status on opponents. It affects Fire type Pokemon
Signature move of: The Digivirus line

Effect-This move inflicts the badly poisoned status on opponents. It affects Poison and Steel type Pokemon
Signature move of: Byterium (upon evolution)


Ghost-Type Master
I'm sorry, I just gotta change Tropius' stats. This sucks. lol

Regular Base Stat
HP: 101
Attack: 80
Defense: 99
Sp. Attack: 80
Sp. Defense: 42
Speed: 58
Total: 460

Higher Base Stat
HP: 121
Attack: 80
Defense: 115
Sp. Attack: 80
Sp. Defense: 78
Speed: 51
Total: 525


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More Use For Evolutionary Items

Regional Variant: Togepi, Togetic and Togetsar
Name basis: Togepi+Tsar
Ability-Sharpness/Serene Grace (normal), Sturdy (Hidden)
Evolution: Togepi-Lv up holding Oval Stone-Togetic-Max Friendship-Togetsar
Togetsar BST-545 (115 HP, 95 Atk, 120 Def, 50 Sp Atk, 115 Sp Def, 50 Speed)
Pokedex entry
  • "(TBA) Togepi are notorious for their spoiled and arrogant behavior. This ego is thought to come about from their bejewelled egg shell"
  • "Togepi of the (TBA) region are said to bring about even great fortune than their Johtonian counterparts. Unfortunately they are very stuck up and pompous"
  • "Togetic were popular among the royalty of the (TBA) region before their overthrow. They are now seen as a symbol of decadence"
  • "(TBA) Togetic were once as arrogant as their pre-evolution, until the overthrow of the nobility. Being too heavy to fly, they must make do with humility"
  • "Togetsar are gracious Pokemon who give away pieces of their bejeweled egg shell to those with a kind heart. They show up to help during times of great turmoil and strife"
  • "Once Togetsar were rich in haughtiness, now they are rich in generosity...but still rich in jewels. They curse the avaricious with bad luck, and the generous with good luck"
Basis: A remake of a prior idea. This Togepi variant is based off fabrage eggs and the Russian tsar/royalty, complete with overthrow. They reflect the "royal brat" trope, similar to Tyrunt, but unlike Tyrunt grow out of it. There is a character arc of sorts with this line

Effect: Evolves certain Pokemon. Has the same effect as Black Sludge on Ice types where it feels them, but gives Pokemon the Frostbite condition if they aren't Ice type, Fire type, and/or possess the Thick Fat ability

Valkynrix, the Ice Woman Pokemon
Name basis: valkyrie+jynx
Ability-Oblivious/Thick Fat (normal), Dry Skin (Hidden)
Evolution: Smoochum-Lv 30-Jynx-Trade while holding a Refrigerizer
BST-540 (65 HP, 50 Atk, 55 Def, 135 Sp Atk, 115 Sp Def, 130 Speed)
Pokedex entry
  • "Valkynrix show up to help people lost in the snow...or help them pass on. It depends on who you ask"
  • "Valkynrix lure people with their hypnotic dance. Their singing voice is said to be beautiful"
Basis: This Jynx evolution is meant to match up with the Magby and Elekid lines, who it once formed a sort of trio with. In order to avoid controversy it is influenced more by the Viking/Nordic traits, being a valkyrie, with a benevolent interpretation of the yuki-onna/snow woman.

Mucnet, Slugduct and Cochletrovin, the Elecoil and Superconductor Pokemon
Name basis: mucus+magnet, slug+conduct, cochlea+electro+kelvin
Type-Electric (Mucnet), Electric/Ice (Slugduct)
Ability-Slush Rush/Shell Armor (normal), Motor Drive (Hidden)
Evolution: Mucnet-Lv 33-Slugduct-Trade while holding a Refrigerizer-Cochletrovin
Gender ratio-50/50
Egg group-Amorphous
Pokedex entry
  • "Mucnet generate an electrical pulse across their body. This allows them to be faster than similar Pokemon like Slugma"
  • "Mucnet prefer cold environments as it helps them conduct electricity. Their slime has a numbing sensation"
  • "Slugduct are commonly seen alongside those who live in sub-zero conditions or winter because they give them electricity. They use their rough tongue to dig food out of the snow"
  • "Slugduct can exploit the Earth's magnetic field to levitate and avoid damage. They can only do so when the temperature drops below 0 degrees Farenheit"
  • "The colder it is, the faster Slugduct can slide across the environment. They've been observed completely unaffected from liquid nitrogen"
  • "Cochletrovin are so cold, the air on their body condenses to resemble sweat. Touching the shell causes instant frostbite AND major electrical burns"
  • "Cochletrovin colonies are used to power top of the line supercomputers. The snow covering their shell is solidified oxygen"
Basis: The Mucnet line is based off the idea of tesla coils, and superconductors. This is where the Ice type comes from; it represents superconductors. The Mucnet line tend towards the more elongated curly shells of the Turbinellidae family. It learns Magnet Rise upon becoming Slugduct


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Evolves into Duralodon by levelling up at level 50 or by leveling up while holding a Duraluminum Ingot (rare item)
Ability- Light Metal/Pick up
Hidden ability- Stalwart
Level up group- Slow

Attack- 45
Special Attack- 70
Defence- 70
Special Defence- 50
Speed- 85
Total- 370

- Metal Claw
- Leer
- Recover
- Metal Burst
5- Dragon Retreat
10- Dig
12- Hone Claw
16- Metal Sound
18- Thief
20- Dragon Rage
24- Spark
30- Iron Head

When it evolves if it evolves by Level up it can also learn Outrage if it evolves by Ingot it learns Steal Beam instead. It can however get both moves by TM.

Dex Entry 1- Before becoming the dangerous Duraladon the pre-evolution is known to fight amongst themselves in small groups to achieve dominance. The most intelligent will find special ingots to evolve whereas the strongest tend to fight to prove dominance. The difference is minimal upon evolution.

Dex entry 2- This creature is often timid when not part of a pack or protected by duraladon or Achaludon. It will however take any chance to obtain the item it needs to evolve. Even if this relies on taking it from other Aludon or other predators if it thinks it can escape.

New move- Dragon Retreat-Dragon(status)- (5PP)- The target switches out but lowers the target's evasion.

New Item- Duraluminum Ingot- allows this Pokemon to evolve. Item is found in later points of games.

Name comes from Aluminium (aluminum in North America I believe) and Don for the same reason as it's evolutions.
Appearance- Looks like a small Duraladon but resembles a non-specific smaller building.

Note- This is basically so Achaludon is more in line with the Psuedo legendaries but so it can also be found at lower levels to explain it's previous appearances.


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Abilities, Moves and Other

Cold Burn
Effect: Inflicts the Frostbite status on the opponent

Plasma Blade
Effect-This move has an increased critical hit chance. It is affected by Sharpness.

Flaming Sword
Effect-This move has an increased critical hit chance. It is affected by Sharpness

Electric Fence
Effect-An entry hazard which inflicts damage based on how they take damage from Electric type attacks. The same calculations used for Stealth Rock and Rock type interactions apply for Electric Fence and Electric type interactions, with the caveat that Ground type Pokemon are immune to any damage of Electric Fence unless a Pokemon with the Supercharged ability is on the field (where they will be affected neutrally)

Effect: The user's Electric type attacks now affect Ground type Pokemon for neutral damage. Pokemon with Volt Absorb, Lightningrod and Motor Drive will not be protected from damage but the latter two ability's other effects will remain the same

Effect: The user's Ground type attacks now affect Flying type Pokemon for neutral damage, and Pokemon with Levitate. It ignores abilities that allow the Pokemon to float such as Magnet Rise

Effect: The user's Poison type attacks now affect Steel type Pokemon for neutral damage

Effect: The user's Ghost type attacks now affect Normal type Pokemon for neutral damage

Effect: The user's Dragon type attacks now affect Fairy type Pokemon for neutral damage

Steelworker ability counterparts
  • Stonecutter: The user's Rock type attacks have a 50% attack bonus
  • Electrician: The user's Electric type attacks have a 50% attack bonus
  • Florist: The user's Grass type attacks have a 50% attack bonus
  • Everyman: The user's Normal type attacks have a 50% attack bonus
  • Face: The user's Fighting type attacks have a 50% attack bonus
  • Heel: The user's Dark type attacks have a 50% attack bonus

Buffs and Nerf

Bug type
  • Offensive buff: Fighting and Steel types no longer resist Bug moves. I don't see much logic behind the former and Steel is pretty OP so having an underdog type be able to do neutral damage to them would be a glow-up while also not being too crippling. In-universe it could be read as bugs being small enough to find the crevasses and gaps in metal armor, like how Dark types are now neutral because they're sneaky enough to bypass the defenses
  • Pokemon that would now become weak to Bug type attacks-Meditite, Beldum, Scraggy, Ferrothorn, Pawniard, Bronzor lines, Mega Mewtwo X, Breloom, Jirachi, Gallade, Hisuian Lilligant, Virizion, Chesnaught, Pangoro, Hisuian Deciduye, Solgaleo, Kartana, Single Strike Urshifu, Iron Crown

Ice type
  • Defensive buff: Now resists Grass and Electric types. The latter is to give it more of an identity distinct from Water, and in-universe ice is a poor conductor. The former is because, well, plants do notoriously poor in icy conditions and they are already weak to Ice type attacks
  • Pokemon that lose a Grass and Electric type weakness: Spheal line, Dewgong, Cloyster, Lapras, Arctovish, Iron Bundle
  • Pokemon that would lose a Grass type weakness: Swinub line, Amaura, Hisuian Avalugg
  • Pokemon that would lose an Electric type weakness: Delibird

Quasi-Legendary Hidden Abilities (and other special Pokemon Hidden Abilities)

Giving legendaries Hidden Abilities
  • Galarian Articuno: Frosty (the user has a chance of inflicting frostbite. It and the other Galar bird's HA reflects how according to their dex entry they still have traits of their Kantonian selves)
  • Galarian Zapdos: Static
  • Galarian Moltres: Flame Body
  • Regieleki: Electric Terrain (I mean, just look at it)
  • Regidrago: Intimidate
  • Origin Form Dialga and Palkia: Arch Blessing (the user is immune to a type matching the plate item they are holding. A tie to Arceus, considering that their origin forms are meant to resemble their creator more closely)
  • Lake Trio, Origin Giratina: Rebel Spirit (if a stat of the user is reduced by an opponent, their dominant stat will increase by two stages)
  • Cresselia: Sweet Dreams (if a Pokemon is sleeping or put to sleep when a Pokemon with Sleep Dreams on the field, they will have the Sweet Dream condition where they heal 1/16th max HP while asleep)
  • Swords of Justice: Sharpness (what with the whole sword thing)
  • Therian Tornadus: Wind Rider (I mean, it is a storm kami)
  • Therian Thundurus: Electric Surge (again, it is a lightning kami)
  • Therian Enamorus: Misty Surge
  • Therian Landorus: Landrise (Ground type attacks are now able to hit Flying type attacks for neutral damage. This is to punish its naughty Kami)
  • Kyurem: Snow Warning (due to its ability to spread and cause cold)
  • Reshiram and Zekrom: Dragon Spar (to enforce their rivalry, Dragon Spar increases the damage of moves by 50% if used on another Dragon type. This ability is only possessed by Dragon types and attempts to copy the ability with things like Trace will fail)
  • Eternatus: Unbound Terror (the user ignores type immunities. In effect, it allows Eternatus to hit Steel and Fairy types with Poison and Dragon type moves respectively for neutral damage. However it still cannot poison Steel type moves, unlike Corrosion)

Giving mythicals Hidden Abilities
  • Mew: Protean (to make the best use of its ability to learn so many different moves)
  • Celebi: Grassy Terrain
  • Deoxys: Clear Body (to assist with its stat-based form gimmick)
  • Phione: Water Absorb (given it is mostly water, like Vaporeon)
  • Manaphy: Magic Bounce (as nod to its ability to swap minds, Magic Bounce lets it switch afflictions)
  • Shaymin (Land Form): Purification (the user doesn't get poisoned and prevents allies and enemies alike from suffering the Poison affliction. This ability doesn't work if a user with Corrosion is on the field)
  • Shaymin (Sky Form): Aerliate
  • Meloetta: Singer (effectively the same as Punk Rock)
  • Genesect: Mega Launcher (I mean, look at it)
  • Diancie: Sturdy (to sell it as a mutated Carbink some more)
  • Volcanion: Steam Engine (I mean it is basically a living steam engine)
  • Marshadow: Scrappy (to take advantage of its Fighting type)
  • Meltan line: Amalgamate (Steel type variant on Lightningrod, where Steel type moves are drawn to this Pokemon and they are healed instead of damaged)

Much as how certain Pokemon are called psuedo-legendaries due to their comparable power to legendaries and high level to obtain, I consider Ultra Beasts and Paradox Pokemon quasi-legendaries due to sharing many traits but just not being legendary enough to count.

Ultra Beast (and similarly related beings)
  • Cosmog line and Necrozma: Beast Boost (references their nature as Ultra Beast-esque beings in the lore)
  • Nihilego: Toxic Love (boosts the dominant stat of itself or allies if suffering from a status condition. References its parasitic/symbiotic effect on others)
  • Buzzwole: Big Pecks (self-explanatory)
  • Pheromosa: Overcoat (due to this Pokemon's focus on cleanliness)
  • Xurkitree: Lightningrod (Xurkitree is described as absorbing electricity)
  • Celesteela: Heatproof (based off a rocket, which of course requires resistance to heat so as to not burn up upon re-entry)
  • Kartana: Sharpness (the reason why its got this glass cannon stats is because of how sharp it is)
  • Guzzlord: Gluttony (also self-explanatory)
  • Poipole line: Retoxicate (boosts Poison type attacks in low HP. It is the starter equivalent in its universe, so I gave it a counterpart to the Overgrow, Blaze and Torrent)
  • Stakataka: Sturdy (because frankly, it's gonna need it)
  • Blacephalon: Aftermath (reflecting its status as an explosive firework)

Paradox Pokemon
  • Koraidon and Miraidon: Stamina (due to their role as Ride Pokemon I thought it was an appropriate ability)
  • Great Tusk: Thick Fat (as a reference to prehistoric mammoths living in the Ice Age
  • Iron Treads: Sturdy (asides from a nod to present Donphan, you kind of want this living monocycle to be sturdy)
  • Slither Wing: Swarm (just a general ability I thought would work)
  • Iron Moth: Solar Power (the future Volcarona takes inspiration from solar panels)
  • Scream Tail: Punk Rock (what with the whole screaming)
  • Brute Bonnet: Effect Spore (asides from being its present self's ability, it is still a mushroom)
  • Flutter Mane: Intimidate (like Misdreavus it is a banshee so I thought an ability befitting of its love of spooking with shrieks)
  • Sandy Shocks: Magnet Pull (asides from it being regular Magneton's ability, we outright see its magnetism in effect with the iron shavings that act as its hair)
  • Roaring Moon: Aerilate (a nod to Mega Salamence's ability)
  • Walking Wake: Water Cooler (Water type moves are not affected by sunlight)
  • Gouging Fire: Confused Anger (the user's dominant attack stat increases if it hits itself from confusion) This is to compliment Gouging Fire's signature move)
  • Raging Bolt: Electric Surge (I mean, its neck is a storm cloud)
  • Iron Bundle: Snow Warning (since it's based off Santa and uses a snow globe)
  • Iron Hands: Iron Fist (I mean, look at it)
  • Iron Jugulis: Motor Drive (since it is a robot and it has access to Electric Terrain)
  • Iron Thorns: Iron Barbs (thought I might take advantage of the name)
  • Iron Barbs: Pixilate (like Roaring Moon, a nod to its present selves' Mega ability as Gardevoir)
  • Iron Leaves, Iron Boulder and Iron Crown: Sharpness (reflects its blade abilities)

The Alpha And Omega: Paradox Mascot Legendaries

Paradox Versions of the Aura and Creation trio. The idea is that they aren't just descendants/ancestors, but the actual Pokemon except eons in the past or future. The past versions are the Aura trio on the early Earth when life was developing, while the future versions are the Creation Trio trillions of years later at the end times of the universe. The Creation Trio's future selves are mechanical mixes of their origin and standard forms. The Aura Trio are embodiments of early Earth and the Creation Trio have some reference to eternal return

Archaic Preserver
Ability-Protosynthesis (normal), Fairy Aura (Hidden)
BST-700 (145 HP, 111 Atk, 115 Def, 131 Sp Atk, 117 Sp Def, 77 Speed)
Pokedex entry
  • "It's believed the Archaic Preserver was the form Xerneas took in the earliest stages of life on Earth. It was possibly the first multi-cellular life form to emerge"
  • "The Archaic Preserver initiates the growth of life on Earth thanks to its secretions of primordial ooze. It's assumed to be Xerneas billions of years in the past"
Basis: The past Xerneas takes influence from the primordial ooze, being more tree-like and oozing green goo similar to algae. It represents the early stages of life

Ancient Destroyer
Ability-Protosynthesis (Normal), Drought (Hidden)
BST-700 (105 HP, 141 Atk, 85 Def, 151 Sp Atk, 89 Sp Def, 139 Speed)
Pokedex entry
  • "The Ancient Destroyer was born from the flames of Earth's molten past. Billions of years later, it's thought to have become Yveltal"
  • "The world was scoured by the Ancient Destroyer so that a new, oxygen-utilizing line of life could emerge. Most think it was Yveltal's original form"
Basis: The past Yveltal references the Oxygen Catastrophe, and the Archeaon Eon of Earth's firery, molten past

Primordial Maintainer
Ability-Protosynthesis (normal), Mold Breaker (Hidden)
BST-700 (109 HP, 109 Atk, 121 Def, 111 Sp Atk, 125 Sp Def, 125 Speed)
Pokedex entry
  • "Zygarde is hypothesized as the modern version of Primordial Maintainer. And it is believed to be an embodiment of the Earth, born after the crust solidified"
  • "The Primordial Maintainer saw the potential of microbial life and made sure to watch over it. Keeping balance between life and death, it presumably became Zygarde"
Basis: The past Zygarde is primarily its serpentine 50% form, but with features of both its 10 and 100% form by being a dog-faced, four-legged snake

Iron Eon
Ability-Quark Drive (normal), Terrain Breaker (Hidden-prevents terrains from being set up when on the field, cancels out terrains upon being sent out)
BST-700 (120 HP, 120 Atk, 120 Def, 150 Sp Atk, 120 Sp Def, 70 Speed)
Pokedex entry
  • "Iron Eon rules over an era where all the stars have gone out. Evidence point to it being Dialga, trillions of years from now"
  • "In the present, it was presumably known as Dialga. It waits sturdily in hopes of its creator to return, and start a new universe from the icy old"
Basis: The future form of Dialga represents the concept of deep time, and the heat death/Big Freeze scenario

Iron Void
Ability-Quark Drive (normal), Terrain Breaker (Hidden)
BST-700 (80 HP, 150 Atk, 100 Def, 150 Sp Atk, 100 Sp Def, 150 Speed)
Pokedex entry
  • "Iron Void has expanded the universe so far it's begun to reach its breaking point. It's assumed this being is Palkia, trillions of years hence"
  • "As Palkia expands space, its believed future self tears space itself. Iron Void plans to rip the now vacant cosmos apart so something new can be made in its place"
Basis: The future form of Palkia represents the massive expansion and Big Rip scenario, and thus dark energy

Iron Singularity
Ability-Quark Drive (normal), Terrain Breaker (Hidden)
BST-700 (130 HP, 120 Atk, 120 Def, 120 Sp Atk, 120 Sp Def, 90 Speed)
Pokedex entry
  • "Trillions of years in the future, Giratina is accepted back into reality. At least, that's the theory on what Iron Singularity is"
  • "It's said that Iron Singularity is Giratina in a far distant future, ushering in the collapse of the long sterile cosmos. It will witness a second Big Bang ushered from the collapse"
Basis: The future form of Giratina references dark matter and more specifically the Big Crunch scenario
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Ghost-Type Master

Omni Beam

Type: Stellar
Category: Special
Power: 60
Accuracy: 100
PP: 10
Description: The user blasts a powerful beam of energy. This attack is always super effective.
- Additional Info: 'Omni Beam' always does 2x damage regardless of the foe's typing or ability. Due to its fixed damage calculation, this move does not receive STAB of any kind.


It’s Kalos season!
A completely new and enhanced version of the Pokémon World Tournament complete with all battle mechanics (Single/Double/Triple/Rotation/Inverse/Sky Battles/Dynamax/Z-Moves/Megas/Terastallization)

Team rosters

Brock: Tyrantrum, Aggron, Dusk Form Lycanroc, Gigalith, Garganacl, Mega Aerodactyl

Misty: Lapras, Toxapex, Blastoise, Vaporeon, Ludicolo, Gmax Kingler

Morty: Mismagius, Alolan Marowak, Jellicent, Trevenant, Golurk, Froslass

Wallace: Ludicolo, Milotic, Huntail, Crawdaunt, Whiscash, Wailord

Juan: Ludicolo, Crawdaunt, Swampert, Wailord, Milotic, Walrein

Archie: Walrein, Sharpedo, Mightyena, Crobat, Crawdaunt, Primal Kyogre

Maxie: Camerupt, Torkoal, Talonflame, Mightyena, Magmortar, Primal Groudon,

Volkner: Alolan Raichu, Electivire, Eelektross, Luxray, Jolteon, Pawmot

Flint: Infernape, Magmortar, Houndoom, Talonflame, Camerupt, Gmax Cinderace

Lenora: PorygonZ, Stoutland, Zangoose, Diggersby, Staraptor, Mega Kangaskhan

Korrina: Kommo-o, Hawlucha, Annihilape, Great Tusk, Infernape, Mega Lucario

Nemona: Meowscarada/Skeledirge/Quaquaval, Sandaconda, Hisuian Samurott, Iron Thorns, Haxorus, Galarian Weezing

Lacey: Togekiss, Galarian Rapidash, Azumarill, Sylveon, Clefable, Alolan Ninetales


Well-Known Member
Ability- Primary Combatant
New Mythical

HP- 80
Special Attack-60
Special Defence-105
Total- 600

-Bulk Up
- Ancient Power
- Slack Off
5- Drain Punch
10-Swords Dance
15- Knock Off
20- Thunder Punch
20- Fire Punch
20- Ice Punch
25- Superpower
30- Headbutt
35- Close Combat
40- Protective Guard
45- Giga Impact

Dex Entry 1- This Mysterious creature is said to be found in Area Zero. According to Heath's report this creature is the reason that we are not overwhelmed by the mysterious creatures within. It does not fight humans unless they pose a threat and may even help them.

Dex Entry-2 This mysterious Guardian's origins are unknown. Some claim it existed in Area Zero prior to whatever event transformed area zero to it's current state. It has a unique fighting style that allows it to combat those it should not be able to.

New Ability-
Primary Combatant- When attacking or being attacked only the user's primary type is acknowledged. (e.g Flutter mane is treated as Pure ghost but Gholdengo is treated as Pure Steel). This also ignores any Pokemon's Terastalization and only attacks their primary original type. Any Pokemon with this ability cannot Terastilize.

New Move
Protective Guard-(Fighting) Status- 5PP. Allows you to protect an ally from any damage or status effects. Fails when used repeatedly.

Note- based on the Gorilla like creature seen in the Scarlet/Violet. Takes some inspiration from King Kong.
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Ghost-Type Master
New Pokémon!


Type: Ghost/Spell
Spell Book Pokémon
Height: 1' (0.33 m)
Weight: 0.5 lbs. (0.2 kg)
Gender: Genderless

Dex Entry 1: It can cast multiple spells within seconds, never missing its target. However, casting spells reveals its pages, making it vulnerable.
Dex Entry 2: An old legend says after power sorcerer died, his spirit entered his own spell book so no one could take it. The two combined became Spelloire.

Appearance: It bares the appearance of an old spell book, with a hard brown exterior lined with violet trim. Its pages are beige and slightly torn. On the front of its body (the cover) are a pair of glowing gold eyes The side of its body is lined with glowing golden trim.
Etymology: Spelloire is a combination of 'spell' and grimoire, the common name for a spell book.

Ability: Perfect Memory - The Pokémon's moves cannot be encumbered by other Pokémon's moves.
- Additional Info: Pokémon with this ability are unaffected by Taunt, Torment, Me First, Encore, Disable, Embargo and Instruct, as well as by moves or abilities that would change this ability. Pokémon with Perfect Memory are also immune to Confusion and Sleep. Choice items and Assault Vest do not work on Pokémon with this ability.

Signature Move: Page Flip
Type: Psychic
Category: Status
Power: none
Accuracy: none
PP: 10
Description: The user flips through its pages to find a spell, using one of its remembered moves at random.
- Additional Info: The user uses at random any of the moves within its move pool, other than the moves it currently knows. Status moves have a 30% increased chance of being chosen.

Signature Move: Seal Shut
Type: Ghost
Category: Status
Power: none
Accuracy: none
PP: 5
Description: The user shuts itself and locks its body tightly, protecting itself. Contact with the user during this state causes heavy damage.
- Additional Info: The user protects itself from damage, but also causes 1/4 recoil damage to any Pokémon that comes into contact with it during this state.

Base Stats
HP: 60
Attack: 35
Defense: 60
Sp. Atk: 100
Sp. Def: 160
Speed: 35
Total: 450

- Page Flip
- Seal Shut
- Astonish
- Shadow Sneak
Lv. 5 - Confuse Ray
Lv. 9 - Psybeam
Lv. 12 - Spite
Lv. 16 - Cosmic Power
Lv. 21 - Hex
Lv. 24 - Thunder Wave
Lv. 24 - Will-O-Wisp
Lv. 24 - Freeze Blast
Lv. 30 - Shadow Ball
Lv. 36 - Substitute
Lv. 41 - Psyshock
Lv. 45 - Reflect
Lv. 45 - Light Screen
Lv. 49 - Mystical Fire
Lv. 55 - Psychic Noise
Lv. 62 - Phantom Force
Lv. 70 - Psychic
Lv. 80 - Dark Void
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