“Scarlet & Violet” New Pokemon List, Stats, Version Exclusives, and More! (SPOILERS)

We now have information on all the new Pokemon available in Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet! This news post does not contain any blatant story spoilers.

The games began to release in countries like New Zealand and Australia this morning. They will continue to release in regions throughout the world at midnight local time.g

The information below is from a live document being compiled by RoiDadadou and other players. You can check out the document for additional details as they’re added.

You can purchase Scarlet & Violet from Amazon here.

Scarlet & Violet Pokemon List

There are 103 new Pokemon in Scarlet & Violet. This means we’re officially at over 1,000 Pokemon!

Oinkologne, Gimmighoul, Maushold, Tatsugiri, Squawkabilly, and Paldean Tauros have additional forms.

The only new Paldean Pokemon are Paldean Wooper and Paldean Tauros, the latter of which has three forms.

When Finizen evolves into Palafin, the only visual difference is an additional heart on its chest. This makes its Evolution almost identical to its pre-Evolution. However, Palafin has the “Zero to Hero” Ability, which changes its form entirely.

There are placeholder slots for two Pokemon that seem to be future DLCs. They seem to be related to Suicune and Virizion in the same way Pokemon like “Iron Treads” seems to be related to Donphan.

The ID numbers used in this post are placeholders. They probably won’t be the final National Dex numbers. For example, Pokemon #1000 is listed as Tinkatink, but it seems like Gholdengo was designed to be #1000 since its body is made up of 1,000 coins. This is just speculation, though.


#906 Sprigatito
Grass

#907 Floragato
Grass

#908 Meowscarada
Grass / Dark

#909 Fuecoco
Fire

#910 Crocalor
Fire

#911 Skeledirge
Fire / Ghost

#912 Quaxly
Water

#913 Quaxwell
Water

#914 Quaquaval
Water / Fighting

#915 Lechonk
Normal

#916 Oinkologne
Normal

#916 Oinkologne-F
Normal

#917 Dudunsparce
Normal

#918 Tarountula
Bug

#919 Spidops
Bug

#920 Nymble
Bug

#921 Lokix
Bug / Dark

#922 Rellor
Bug

#923 Rabsca
Bug / Psychic

#924 Greavard
Ghost

#925 Houndstone
Ghost

#926 Flittle
Psychic

#927 Espathra
Psychic

#928 Farigiraf
Normal / Psychic

#929 Wiglett
Water

#930 Wugtrio
Water

#931 Dondozo
Water

#932 Veluza
Water / Psychic

#933 Finizen
Water

#934 Palafin
Water

#934 Palafin Hero
Water

#935 Smoliv
Grass / Normal

#936 Dolliv
Grass / Normal

#937 Arboliva
Grass / Normal

#938 Capsakid
Grass / Fire

#939 Scovillain
Grass / Fire

#940 Tadbulb
Electric

#941 Bellibolt
Electric

#942 Varoom
Poison / Steel

#943 Revavroom
Poison / Steel

#944 Orthworm
Steel

#945 Tandemaus
Normal

#946 Maushold
Normal

#947 Cetoddle
Ice

#948 Cetitan
Ice

#949 Frigibax
Dragon / Ice

#950 Arctibax
Dragon / Ice

#951 Baxcalibur
Dragon / Ice
#952 Tatsugiri
Dragon / Water

#953 Cyclizar
Dragon / Normal

#954 Pawmi
Electric

#955 Pawmo
Electric / Fighting

#956 Pawmot
Electric / Fighting

#957 Wattrel
Flying / Electric

#958 Kilowattrel
Flying / Electric

#959 Bombirdier
Flying / Dark
#960 Squawkabilly
Normal / Flying

#961 Flamigo
Flying / Fighting

#962 Klawf
Rock

#963 Nacli
Rock

#964 Naclstack
Rock

#965 Garganacl
Rock

#966 Glimmet
Poison / Rock

#967 Glimmora
Poison / Rock

#968 Shroodle
Poison / Normal

#969 Grafaiai
Poison / Normal

#970 Fidough
Fairy

#971 Dachsbun
Fairy

#972 Maschiff
Dark

#973 Mabosstiff
Dark

#974 Bramblin
Grass / Ghost

#975 Brambleghast
Grass / Ghost

#976 Gimmighoul (Chest Form)
Ghost

#976 Gimmighoul (Roaming Form)
Ghost

#977 Gholdengo
Ghost / Steel

#978 Great Tusk
Ground / Fighting

#979 Brute Bonnet
Grass / Dark
???
#980 Ancient-Suicune

#981 Sandy Shocks
Electric / Ground

#982 Scream Tail
Fairy / Psychic

#983 Flutter Mane
Ghost / Fairy

#984 Slither Wing
Bug / Fighting

#985 Roaring Moon
Dragon / Dark
???
#987 Future-Virizion

#986 Iron Treads
Ground / Steel

#988 Iron Moth
Fire / Poison

#989 Iron Hands
Fighting / Electric

#990 Iron Jugulis
Dark / Flying

#991 Iron Thorns
Rock / Electric

#992 Iron Bundle
Ice / Water

#993 Iron Valiant
Fighting / Fairy

#994 Ting-Lu
Dark / Ground

#995 Chien-Pao
Dark / Ice

#996 Wo-Chien
Dark / Grass

#997 Chi-Yu
Dark / Fire

#998 Koraidon
Fighting / Dragon

#999 Miraidon
Electric / Dragon

#1000 Tinkatink
Fairy / Steel

#1001 Tinkatuff
Fairy / Steel

#1002 Tinkaton
Fairy / Steel

#1003 Charcadet
Fire

#1004 Armarouge
Fire / Psychic

#1005 Ceruledge
Fire / Ghost

#1006 Toedscool
Grass / Ground

#1007 Toedscruel
Grass / Ground

#1008 Kingambit
Dark / Steel

#194 Wooper-Paldea
Poison / Ground

#1009 Clodsire
Poison / Ground

#1010 Annihilape
Fighting / Ghost

#128 Tauros-Paldea-1
Fighting

#128 Tauros-Paldea-2
Fighting / Fire

#128 Tauros-Paldea-3
Fighting / Water

Scarlet & Violet Pokemon Stats

This table lists all the new Pokemon, their forms, their Evolutions, and Pokemon that may be related to them (for comparison purposes). The Pokedex entries are currently from Pokemon Scarlet.

# Sprite Pokemon Type 1 Type 2 Abilities HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spe BST Evolution Method
906 Sprigatito Grass Overgrow // Protean 40 61 54 45 45 65 310
Its fluffy fur is similar in composition to plants. This Pokémon frequently washes its face to keep it from drying out.
907 Floragato Grass Overgrow // Protean 61 80 63 60 63 83 410 Level 16
Floragato deftly wields the vine hidden beneath its long fur, slamming the hard flower bud against its opponents.
908 Meowscarada Grass Dark Overgrow // Protean 76 110 70 81 70 123 530 Level 36
This Pokémon uses the reflective fur lining its cape to camouflage the stem of its flower, creating the illusion that the flower is floating.
909 Fuecoco Fire Blaze // Unaware 67 45 59 63 43 36 313
It lies on warm rocks and uses the heat absorbed by its square-shaped scales to create fire energy.
910 Crocalor Fire Blaze // Unaware 81 55 78 90 58 49 411 Level 16
The combination of Crocalor’s fire energy and overflowing vitality has caused an egg-shaped fireball to appear on the Pokémon’s head.
911 Skeledirge Fire Ghost Blaze // Unaware 104 75 100 110 76 66 531 Level 36
The fiery bird changes shape when Skeledirge sings. Rumor has it that the bird was born when the fireball on Skeledirge’s head gained a soul.
912 Quaxly Water Torrent // Moxie 55 65 45 50 45 50 310
This Pokémon migrated to Paldea from distant lands long ago. The gel secreted by its feathers repels water and grime.
913 Quaxwell Water Torrent // Moxie 70 85 65 65 60 65 410 Level 16
These Pokémon constantly run through shallow waters to train their legs, then compete with each other to see which of them kicks most gracefully.
914 Quaquaval Water Fighting Torrent // Moxie 85 120 80 85 75 85 530 Level 36
A single kick from a Quaquaval can send a truck rolling. This Pokémon uses its powerful legs to perform striking dances from far-off lands.
915 Lechonk Normal Aroma Veil / Gluttony // Thick Fat 54 45 40 35 45 35 254
It searches for food all day. It possesses a keen sense of smell but doesn’t use it for anything other than foraging.
916 Oinkologne Normal Lingering Aroma / Gluttony // Thick Fat 110 100 75 59 80 65 489 Level 18 + Male
916 Oinkologne-F Normal Aroma Veil / Gluttony // Thick Fat 115 90 70 59 90 65 489 Level 18 + Female
Oinkologne is proud of its fine, glossy skin. It emits a concentrated scent from the tip of its tail.
206 Dunsparce Normal Serene Grace / Run Away // Rattled 100 70 70 65 65 45 415
917 Dudunsparce Normal Serene Grace / Run Away // Rattled 125 100 80 85 75 55 520 Knowing Hyper Drill + Leveling Up
This Pokémon uses its hard tail to make its nest by boring holes into bedrock deep underground. The nest can reach lengths of over six miles.
918 Tarountula Bug Insomnia // Stakeout 35 41 45 29 40 20 210
The ball of threads wrapped around its body is elastic enough to deflect the scythes of Scyther, this Pokémon’s natural enemy.
919 Spidops Bug Insomnia // Stakeout 60 79 92 52 86 35 404 Level 15
It clings to branches and ceilings using its threads and moves without a sound. It takes out its prey before the prey even notices it.
920 Nymble Bug Swarm // Tinted Lens 33 46 40 21 25 45 210
It has its third set of legs folded up. When it’s in a tough spot, this Pokémon jumps over 30 feet using the strength of its legs.
921 Lokix Bug Dark Swarm // Tinted Lens 71 102 78 52 55 92 450 Level 24
When it decides to fight all out, it stands on its previously folded legs to enter Showdown Mode. It neutralizes its enemies in short order.
922 Rellor Bug Compound Eyes // Shed Skin 41 50 60 31 58 30 270
This Pokémon creates a mud ball by mixing sand and dirt with psychic energy. It treasures its mud ball more than its own life.
923 Rabsca Bug Psychic Synchronize // Telepathy 75 50 85 115 100 45 470 Walk 1000 steps in Let’s Go in a muddy area (a marsh for example), then level up
The body that supports the ball barely moves. Therefore, it is thought that the true body of this Pokémon is actually inside the ball.
924 Greavard Ghost Pickup // Fluffy 50 61 60 30 55 34 290
It is said that a dog Pokémon that died in the wild without ever interacting with a human was reborn as this Pokémon.
925 Houndstone Ghost Sand Rush // Fluffy 72 101 100 50 97 68 488 Level 30 at night
Houndstone spends most of its time sleeping in graveyards. Among all the dog Pokémon, this one is most loyal to its master.
926 Flittle Psychic Anticipation / Frisk // Speed Boost 30 35 30 55 30 75 255
Flittle’s toes levitate about half an inch above the ground because of the psychic power emitted from the frills on the Pokémon’s belly.
927 Espathra Psychic Opportunist / Frisk // Speed Boost 95 60 60 101 60 105 481 Level 35
It immobilizes opponents by bathing them in psychic power from its large eyes. Despite its appearance, it has a vicious temperament.
203 Girafarig Normal Psychic Inner Focus / Early Bird // Sap Sipper 70 80 65 90 65 85 455
928 Farigiraf Normal Psychic Cud Chew / Armor Tail // Sap Sipper 120 90 70 110 70 60 520 Level Up with Twin Beam in the moveset
Now that the brain waves from the head and tail are synced up, the psychic power of this Pokémon is 10 times stronger than Girafarig’s.
50 Diglett Ground Sand Veil / Arena Trap // Sand Force 10 55 25 35 45 95 265
929 Wiglett Water Gooey / Rattled // Sand Veil 10 55 25 35 25 95 245
This Pokémon can pick up the scent of a Veluza just over 65 feet away and will hide itself in the sand.
51 Dugtrio Ground Sand Veil / Arena Trap // Sand Force 35 100 50 50 70 120 425
930 Wugtrio Water Gooey / Rattled // Sand Veil 35 100 50 50 70 120 425 Level 26
It has a vicious temperament, contrary to what its appearance may suggest. It wraps its long bodies around prey, then drags the prey into its den.
931 Dondozo Water Unaware / Oblivious // Water Veil 150 100 115 65 65 35 530
This Pokémon is a glutton, but it’s bad at getting food. It teams up with a Tatsugiri to catch prey.
932 Veluza Water Psychic Mold Breaker // Sharpness 90 102 73 78 65 70 478
When Veluza discards unnecessary flesh, its mind becomes honed and its psychic power increases. The spare flesh has a mild but delicious flavor.
933 Finizen Water Water Veil 70 45 40 45 40 75 315
It likes playing with others of its kind using the water ring on its tail. It uses ultrasonic waves to sense the emotions of other living creatures.
934 Palafin Water Zero to Hero 100 70 72 53 62 100 457 Co-op only. You need to play with someone and then level up to 38+
934 Palafin Hero Water Zero to Hero 100 160 97 106 87 100 650
This Pokémon changes its appearance if it hears its allies calling for help. Palafin will never show anybody its moment of transformation.
935 Smoliv Grass Normal Early Bird // Harvest 41 35 45 58 51 30 260
It protects itself from enemies by emitting oil from the fruit on its head. This oil is bitter and astringent enough to make someone flinch.
936 Dolliv Grass Normal Early Bird // Harvest 52 53 60 78 78 33 354 Level 25
Dolliv shares its tasty, fresh-scented oil with others. This species has coexisted with humans since times long gone.
937 Arboliva Grass Normal Seed Sower // Harvest 78 69 90 125 109 39 510 Level 35
This calm Pokémon is very compassionate. It will share its delicious, nutrient-rich oil with weakened Pokémon.
938 Capsakid Grass Fire Chlorophyll / Insomnia // Klutz 50 62 40 62 40 50 304
The more sunlight this Pokémon bathes in, the more spicy chemicals are produced by its body, and thus the spicier its moves become.
939 Scovillain Grass Fire Chlorophyll / Insomnia // Moody 65 108 65 108 65 75 486 Fire Stone
The red head converts spicy chemicals into fire energy and blasts the surrounding area with a super spicy stream of flame.
940 Tadbulb Electric Own Tempo / Static // Damp 61 31 41 59 35 45 272
Tadbulb shakes its tail to generate electricity. If it senses danger, it will make its head blink on and off to alert its allies.
941 Bellibolt Electric Electromorphosis / Static // Damp 109 64 91 103 83 45 495 Thunder Stone
When this Pokémon expands and contracts its wobbly body, the belly-button dynamo in its stomach produces a huge amount of electricity.
942 Varoom Poison Steel Overcoat // Slow Start 45 70 63 30 45 47 300
It is said that this Pokémon was born when an unknown poison Pokémon entered and inspirited an engine left at a scrap-processing factory.
943 Revavroom Poison Steel Overcoat // Filter 80 119 90 54 67 90 500 Level 40
It creates a gas out of poison and minerals from rocks. It then detonates the gas in its cylinders— now numbering eight—to generate energy.
944 Orthworm Steel Earth Eater // Sand Veil 70 85 145 60 55 65 480
When attacked, this Pokémon will wield the tendrils on its body like fists and pelt the opponent with a storm of punches.
945 Tandemaus Normal Run Away / Pickup // Own Tempo 50 50 45 40 45 75 305
Exhibiting great teamwork, they use their incisors to cut pieces out of any material that might be useful for a nest, then make off with them.
946
Maushold Normal Friend Guard / Cheek Pouch // Technician 74 75 70 65 75 111 470 Beat a Pokémon with Tandemaus and reach Level 25+
They build huge nests with many rooms that are used for different purposes, such as eating and sleeping.
947 Cetoddle Ice Thick Fat / Snow Cloak // Sheer Force 108 68 45 30 40 43 334
This species left the ocean and began living on land a very long time ago. It seems to be closely related to Wailmer.
948 Cetitan Ice Thick Fat / Slush Rush // Sheer Force 170 113 65 45 55 73 521 Ice Stone
This Pokémon wanders around snowy, icy areas. It protects its body with powerful muscles and a thick layer of fat under its skin.
949 Frigibax Dragon Ice Thermal Exchange // Ice Body 65 75 45 35 45 55 320
Frigibax absorbs heat through its dorsal fin and converts the heat into ice energy. The higher the temperature, the more energy Frigibax stores.
950 Arctibax Dragon Ice Thermal Exchange // Ice Body 90 95 66 45 65 62 423 Level 35
Arctibax freezes the air around it, protecting its face with an ice mask and turning its dorsal fin into a blade of ice.
951 Baxcalibur Dragon Ice Thermal Exchange // Ice Body 115 145 92 75 86 87 600 Level 54
This Pokémon blasts cryogenic air out from its mouth. This air can instantly freeze even liquid-hot lava.
952 Tatsugiri Dragon Water Commander // Storm Drain 68 50 60 120 95 82 475
This is a small dragon Pokémon. It lives inside the mouth of Dondozo to protect itself from enemies on the outside.
953 Cyclizar Dragon Normal Shed Skin // Regenerator 70 95 65 85 65 121 501
Apparently Cyclizar has been allowing people to ride on its back since ancient times. Depictions of this have been found in 10,000-year-old murals.
954 Pawmi Electric Static / Natural Cure // Iron Fist 45 50 20 40 25 60 240
It has underdeveloped electric sacs on its cheeks. These sacs can produce electricity only if Pawmi rubs them furiously with the pads on its forepaws.
955 Pawmo Electric Fighting Volt Absorb / Natural Cure // Iron Fist 60 75 40 50 40 85 350 Level 18
When its group is attacked, Pawmo is the first to leap into battle, defeating enemies with a fighting technique that utilizes electric shocks.
956 Pawmot Electric Fighting Volt Absorb / Natural Cure // Iron Fist 70 115 70 70 60 105 490 Walk 1000 steps in Let’s Go, then level up
This Pokémon normally is slow to react, but once it enters battle, it will strike down its enemies with lightning-fast movements.
957 Wattrel Flying Electric Wind Power / Volt Absorb // Competitive 40 40 35 55 40 70 280
When its wings catch the wind, the bones within produce electricity. This Pokémon dives into the ocean, catching prey by electrocuting them.
958 Kilowattrel Flying Electric Wind Power / Volt Absorb // Competitive 70 70 60 105 60 125 490 Level 25
Kilowattrel inflates its throat sac to amplify its electricity. By riding the wind, this Pokémon can fly over 430 miles in a day.
959 Bombirdier Flying Dark Big Pecks / Keen Eye / Rocky Payload 70 103 85 60 85 82 485
It gathers things up in an apron made from shed feathers added to the Pokémon’s chest feathers, then drops those things from high places for fun.
960 Squawkabilly Normal Flying Intimidate / Hustle // Guts
Intimidate / Hustle // Sheer Force
(Depending on forms)
82 96 51 45 51 92 417
These Pokémon prefer to live in cities. They form flocks based on the color of their feathers, and they fight over territory.
961 Flamigo Flying Fighting Scrappy / Tangled Feet // Costar 82 115 74 75 64 90 500
This Pokémon apparently ties the base of its neck into a knot so that energy stored in its belly does not escape from its beak.
962 Klawf Rock Anger Shell / Shell Armor // Regenerator 70 100 115 35 55 75 450
Klawf hangs upside-down from cliffs, waiting for prey. But Klawf can’t remain in this position for long because its blood rushes to its head.
963 Nacli Rock Purifying Salt / Sturdy // Clear Body 55 55 75 35 35 25 280
It was born in a layer of rock salt deep under the earth. This species was particularly treasured in the old days, as they would share precious salt.
964 Naclstack Rock Purifying Salt / Sturdy // Clear Body 60 60 100 35 65 35 355 Level 24
This Pokémon dry cures its prey by spraying salt over them. The curing process steals away the water in the prey’s body.
965 Garganacl Rock Purifying Salt / Sturdy // Clear Body 100 100 130 45 90 35 500 Level 38
Garganacl will rub its fingertips together and sprinkle injured Pokémon with salt. Even severe wounds will promptly heal afterward.
966 Glimmet Poison Rock Toxic Debris // Corrosion 48 35 42 105 60 60 350
It absorbs nutrients from cave walls. The petals it wears are made of crystallized poison.
967 Glimmora Poison Rock Toxic Debris // Corrosion 83 55 90 130 81 86 525 Level 35
When this Pokémon detects danger, it will open up its crystalline petals and fire beams from its conical body.
968 Shroodle Poison Normal Unburden / Pickpocket // Prankster 40 65 35 40 35 75 290
Though usually a mellow Pokémon, it will sink its sharp, poison-soaked front teeth into any that anger it, causing paralysis in the object of its ire.
969 Grafaiai Poison Normal Unburden / Poison Touch // Prankster 63 95 65 80 72 110 485 Level 28
The color of the poisonous saliva depends on what the Pokémon eats. Grafaiai covers its fingers in its saliva and draws patterns on trees in forests.
970 Fidough Fairy Own Tempo // Klutz 37 55 70 30 55 65 312
This Pokémon is smooth and moist to the touch. Yeast in Fidough’s breath induces fermentation in the Pokémon’s vicinity.
971 Dachsbun Fairy Well-Baked Body // Aroma Veil 57 80 115 50 80 95 477 Level 26
The pleasant aroma that emanates from this Pokémon’s body helps wheat grow, so Dachsbun has been treasured by farming villages.
972 Maschiff Dark Intimidate / Run Away // Stakeout 60 78 60 40 51 51 340
It always scowls in an attempt to make opponents take it seriously, but even crying children will burst into laughter when they see Maschiff’s face.
973 Mabosstiff Dark Intimidate / Guard Dog // Stakeout 80 120 90 60 70 85 505 Level 30
This Pokémon can store energy in its large dewlap. Mabosstiff unleashes this energy all at once to blow away enemies.
974 Bramblin Grass Ghost Wind Rider // Infiltrator 40 65 30 45 35 60 275
A soul unable to move on to the afterlife was blown around by the wind until it got tangled up with dried grass and became a Pokémon.
975 Brambleghast Grass Ghost Wind Rider // Infiltrator 55 115 70 80 70 90 480 Walk 1000 steps in Let’s Go, then level up
It will open the branches of its head to envelop its prey. Once it absorbs all the life energy it needs, it expels the prey and discards it.
976 Gimmighoul (Chest Form) Ghost Rattled 45 30 70 75 70 10 300
976 Gimmighoul (Roaming Form) Ghost Run Away 45 30 25 75 45 80 300
This Pokémon was born inside a treasure chest about 1,500 years ago. It sucks the life-force out of scoundrels who try to steal the treasure.
977 Gholdengo Ghost Steel Good as Gold 87 60 95 133 91 84 550 999 coins
Its body seems to be made up of 1,000 coins. This Pokémon gets along well with others and is quick to make friends with anybody.
232 Donphan Ground Sturdy // Sand Veil 90 120 120 60 60 50 500
978 Great Tusk Ground Fighting Protosynthesis 115 131 131 53 53 87 570
Sightings of this Pokémon have occurred in recent years. The name Great Tusk was taken from a creature listed in a certain book.
591 Amoonguss Grass Poison Effect Spore // Regenerator 114 85 70 85 80 30 464
979 Brute Bonnet Grass Dark Protosynthesis 111 127 99 79 99 55 570
It is possible that the creature listed as Brute Bonnet in a certain book could actually be this Pokémon.
245 Suicune Water Pressure // Inner Focus 100 75 115 90 115 85 580
980 (Future DLC Pokemon) Ancient-Suicune ?? ?? Protosynthesis 0
82 Magneton Electric Steel Magnet Pull / Sturdy // Analytic 50 60 95 120 70 70 465
981 Sandy Shocks Electric Ground Protosynthesis 85 81 97 121 85 101 570
No records exist of this Pokémon being caught. Data is lacking, but the Pokémon’s traits match up with a creature shown in an expedition journal.
462 Magnezone Electric Steel Magnet Pull / Sturdy // Analytic 70 70 115 130 90 60 535
39 Jigglypuff Normal Fairy Cute Charm / Competitive // Friend Guard 115 45 20 45 25 20 270
982 Scream Tail Fairy Psychic Protosynthesis 115 65 99 65 115 111 570
There has been only one reported sighting of this Pokémon. It resembles a mysterious creature depicted in an old expedition journal.
40 Wigglytuff Normal Fairy Cute Charm / Competitive // Frisk 140 70 45 85 50 45 435
200 Misdreavus Ghost Levitate 60 60 60 85 85 85 435
983 Flutter Mane Ghost Fairy Protosynthesis 55 55 55 135 135 135 570
This Pokémon has characteristics similar to those of Flutter Mane, a creature mentioned in a certain book.
429 Mismagius Ghost Levitate 60 60 60 105 105 105 495
637 Volcarona Bug Fire Flame Body // Swarm 85 60 65 135 105 100 550
984 Slither Wing Bug Fighting Protosynthesis 85 135 79 85 105 81 570
This mysterious Pokémon has some similarities to a creature that an old book introduced as Slither Wing.
373 Salamence Dragon Flying Intimidate // Moxie 95 135 80 110 80 100 600
985 Roaring Moon Dragon Dark Protosynthesis 105 139 71 55 101 119 590
It is possible that this is the creature listed as Roaring Moon in an expedition journal that still holds many mysteries.
640 Virizion Grass Fighting Justified 91 90 72 90 129 108 580
987 (Future DLC Pokemon) Future-Virizion ?? ?? Quark Drive 0
232 Donphan Ground Sturdy // Sand Veil 90 120 120 60 60 50 500
986 Iron Treads Ground Steel Quark Drive 90 112 120 72 70 106 570
This Pokémon closely resembles a scientific weapon that a paranormal magazine claimed was sent to this planet by aliens.
637 Volcarona Bug Fire Flame Body // Swarm 85 60 65 135 105 100 550
988 Iron Moth Fire Poison Quark Drive 80 70 60 140 110 110 570
This Pokémon resembles an unknown object described in a paranormal magazine as a UFO sent to observe humanity.
297 Hariyama Fighting Thick Fat / Guts // Sheer Force 144 120 60 40 60 50 474
989 Iron Hands Fighting Electric Quark Drive 154 140 108 50 68 50 570
It is very similar to a cyborg covered exclusively by a paranormal magazine. The cyborg was said to be the modified form of a certain athlete.
635 Hydreigon Dark Dragon Levitate 92 105 90 125 90 98 600
990 Iron Jugulis Dark Flying Quark Drive 94 80 86 122 80 108 570
It resembles a certain Pokémon introduced in a paranormal magazine, described as the offspring of a Hydreigon that fell in love with a robot.
248 Tyranitar Rock Dark Sand Stream // Unnerve 100 134 110 95 100 61 600
991 Iron Thorns Rock Electric Quark Drive 100 134 110 70 84 72 570
It has some similarities to a Pokémon introduced in a dubious magazine as a Tyranitar from one billion years into the future.
225 Delibird Ice Flying Vital Spirit / Hustle // Insomnia 45 55 45 65 45 75 330
992 Iron Bundle Ice Water Quark Drive 56 80 114 124 60 136 570
Its shape is similar to a robot featured in a paranormal magazine article. The robot was said to have been created by an ancient civilization.
282 Gardevoir Psychic Fairy Synchronize / Trace // Telepathy 68 65 65 125 115 80 518
475 Gallade Psychic Fighting Steadfast // Justified 68 125 65 65 115 80 518
993 Iron Valiant Fighting Fairy Quark Drive 74 130 90 120 60 116 590
It has some similarities to a mad scientist’s invention covered in a paranormal magazine.
994 Ting-Lu Dark Ground Vessel of Ruin 155 110 125 55 80 45 570
The fear poured into an ancient ritual vessel has clad itself in rocks and dirt to become a Pokémon.
995 Chien-Pao Dark Ice Sword of Ruin 80 120 80 90 65 135 570
This Pokémon can control 100 tons of fallen snow. It plays around innocently by leaping in and out of avalanches it has caused.
996 Wo-Chien Dark Grass Tablets of Ruin 85 85 100 95 135 70 570
The grudge of a person punished for writing the king’s evil deeds upon wooden tablets has clad itself in dead leaves to become a Pokémon.
997 Chi-Yu Dark Fire Beads of Ruin 55 80 80 135 120 100 570
It controls flames burning at over 5,400 degrees Fahrenheit. It casually swims through the sea of lava it creates by melting rock and sand.
998 Koraidon Fighting Dragon Orichalcum Pulse 100 135 115 85 100 135 670
This seems to be the Winged King mentioned in an old expedition journal. It was said to have split the land with its bare fists.
999 Miraidon Electric Dragon Hadron Engine 100 85 100 135 115 135 670
Much remains unknown about this creature. It resembles Cyclizar, but it is far more ruthless and powerful.
1000 Tinkatink Fairy Steel Mold Breaker / Own Tempo // Pickpocket 50 45 45 35 64 58 297
It swings its handmade hammer around to protect itself, but the hammer is often stolen by Pokémon that eat metal.
1001 Tinkatuff Fairy Steel Mold Breaker / Own Tempo // Pickpocket 65 55 55 45 82 78 380 Level 24
This Pokémon will attack groups of Pawniard and Bisharp, gathering metal from them in order to create a large and sturdy hammer.
1002 Tinkaton Fairy Steel Mold Breaker / Own Tempo // Pickpocket 85 75 77 70 105 94 506 Level 38
This intelligent Pokémon has a very daring disposition. It knocks rocks into the sky with its hammer, aiming for flying Corviknight.
1003 Charcadet Fire Flash Fire // Flame Body 40 50 40 50 40 35 255
Burnt charcoal came to life and became a Pokémon. Possessing a fiery fighting spirit, Charcadet will battle even tough opponents.
1004 Armarouge Fire Psychic Flash Fire // Weak Armor 85 60 100 125 80 75 525 Auspicious Armor in Zapapico, near the Poison Team Star Base, talk to a man while having 10 Bronzor fragments. It will give you the item to evolve. Scarlet only.
Armarouge evolved through the use of a set of armor that belonged to a distinguished warrior. This Pokémon is incredibly loyal.
1005 Ceruledge Fire Ghost Flash Fire // Weak Armor 75 125 80 60 100 85 525 Auspicious Armor in Zapapico, near the Poison Team Star Base, talk to a man while having 10 Sinistea fragments. It will give you the item to evolve. Violet only.
The fiery blades on its arms burn fiercely with the lingering resentment of a sword wielder who fell before accomplishing their goal.
72 Tentacool Water Poison Clear Body / Liquid Ooze // Rain Dish 40 40 35 50 100 70 335
1006 Toedscool Grass Ground Mycelium Might 40 40 35 50 100 70 335
Toedscool lives in muggy forests. The flaps that fall from its body are chewy and very delicious.
73 Tentacruel Water Poison Clear Body / Liquid Ooze // Rain Dish 80 70 65 80 120 100 515
1007 Toedscruel Grass Ground Mycelium Might 80 70 65 80 120 100 515 Level 30
These Pokémon gather into groups and form colonies deep within forests. They absolutely hate it when strangers approach.
625 Bisharp Dark Steel Defiant / Inner Focus // Pressure 65 125 100 60 70 70 490
1008 Kingambit Dark Steel Defiant / Supreme Overlord // Pressure 100 135 120 60 85 50 550 Defeat 3 Bisharp using you own, while holding the Leader’s Crest item.
Only a Bisharp that stands above all others in its vast army can evolve into Kingambit.
194 Wooper Water Damp / Water Absorb // Unaware 55 45 45 25 25 15 210
194 Wooper-Paldea Poison Ground Poison Point / Water Absorb // Unaware 55 45 45 25 25 15 210
195 Quagsire Water Ground Damp / Water Absorb // Unaware 95 85 85 65 65 35 430
1009 Clodsire Poison Ground Poison Point / Water Absorb // Unaware 130 75 60 45 100 20 430 Level 20
When attacked, this Pokémon will retaliate by sticking thick spines out from its body. It’s a risky move that puts everything on the line.
57 Primeape Fighting Vital Spirit / Anger Point // Defiant 65 105 60 60 70 95 455
1010 Annihilape Fighting Ghost Vital Spirit / Inner Focus // Defiant 110 115 80 50 90 90 535 Use Rage Fist 20 times
When its anger rose beyond a critical point, this Pokémon gained power that is unfettered by the limits of its physical body.
128 Tauros Normal Intimidate / Anger Point // Sheer Force 75 100 95 40 70 110 490
128 Tauros-Paldea-1 Fighting Intimidate / Anger Point // Cud Chew 75 110 105 30 70 100 490
128 Tauros-Paldea-2 Fighting Fire Intimidate / Anger Point // Cud Chew 75 110 105 30 70 100 490
128 Tauros-Paldea-3 Fighting Water Intimidate / Anger Point // Cud Chew 75 110 105 30 70 100 490

Version Exclusives

Scarlet

  • #128: Paldean Tauros (Fire)
  • #248: Tyranitar
  • #426: Drifblim
  • #435: Skuntank
  • #635: Hydreigon
  • #691: Dragalge
  • #765: Oranguru
  • #874: Stonjourner
  • #978: Great Tusk
  • #979: Brute Bonnet
  • #981: Sandy Shocks
  • #982: Scream Tail
  • #983: Flutter Mane
  • #984: Slither Wing
  • #985: Roaring Moon
  • #998: Koraidon
  • #1004: Armarouge

Violet

  • #128: Paldean Tauros (Water)
  • #317: Swalot
  • #373: Salamence
  • #429: Mismagius
  • #693: Clawitzer
  • #766: Passimian
  • #875: Eiscue
  • #887: Dragapult
  • #986: Iron Treads
  • #988: Iron Moth
  • #989: Iron Hands
  • #990: Iron Jugulis
  • #991: Iron Thorns
  • #992: Iron Bundle
  • #993: Iron Valiant
  • #999: Miraidon
  • #1005: Ceruledge

New Abilities

  • Lingering Aroma: Contact with the Pokémon change the attacker’s ability to Lingering Aroma.
  • Seed Sower: Turns the ground into Grassy Terrain when the Pokémon is hit by an attack.
  • Thermal Exchange: Boosts the Attack stat when the Pokémon is hit by a Fire-type move. The Pokémon also cannot be burned.
  • Anger Shell: When the user’s HP drops to half or less, the Pokémon gets angry. This lowers its Defense and Sp. Def stats but boosts its Attack, Sp. Atk, and Speed stats.
  • Purifying Salt: The Pokémon’s pure salt protects it from status conditions and halves the damage taken from Ghost-type moves.
  • Well-Baked Body: This Pokémon takes no damage when hit by Fire-type moves. Instead, its Defense stat is sharply boosted.
  • Wind Rider: Boosts the Pokémon’s Attack stat if Tailwind takes effect or if the Pokémon is hit by a wind move. The Pokémon also takes no damage from wind moves.
  • Guard Dog: Boosts the Pokémon’s Attack stat if intimidated. Moves and items that would force the Pokémon to switch out also fail to work.
  • Rocky Payload: Powers up Rock-type moves.
  • Wind Power: The Pokémon becomes charged when it is hit by a wind move, boosting the power of the next Electric-type move the Pokémon uses.
  • Zero to Hero: The Pokémon transform into its Hero Form when it switches out.
  • Commander: When the Pokémon enters a battle, it goes inside the mouth of an ally Dondozo if one is on the field. The Pokémon then issues commandsfrom there.
  • Electromorphosis: The user becomes charged when hit by an attack, boosting the power of the next Electric-type move it uses.
  • Protosynthesis: Boosts the Pokémon’s most proficient stat in harsh sunlight, or if the Pokémon is holding Booster Energy.
  • Quark Drive: Boosts the Pokémon’s most proficient stat on Electric Terrain, or if the Pokémon is holding Booster Energy.
  • Good as Gold: A body of pure, solid gold gives the Pokémon full immunity to other Pokémon’s status moves
  • Vessel of Ruin: The Power of the Pokémon’s ruinous vessels lowers the Sp. Atk of all Pokémon except itself.
  • Sword of Ruin: The power of the Pokémon’s ruinous sword lowers the Defense stat of all Pokémon except itself.
  • Tablets of Ruin: The Power of the Pokémon’s ruinous wooden tablets lowers the Attack of all Pokémon except itself.
  • Beads of Ruin: The Power of the Pokémon’s ruinous beads lowers the Sp. Def of all Pokémon except itself.
  • Orichalcum Pulse: Turns the sunlight harsh when the Pokémon enters a battle. The ancient pulse thrumming through the Pokémon also boosts its Attack stat in harsh sunlight.
  • Hadron Engine: Turns the ground into Electric terrain when the Pokémon enters the battle. The futuristic engine within the Pokémon also boosts its Sp. Atk stat on Electric terrain.
  • Opportunist: If an opponent’s stat is boosted, the Pokémon seizes the opportunity to boost the same stat for itself.
  • Cud Chew: When a Pokémon with this Ability eats a Berry, it will eat it one more time at the end of the next turn.
  • Sharpness: Powers up slicing moves.
  • Supreme Overlord: When the Pokémon enters a battle, its Attack and Sp. Atk are slightly boosted for each of the allies in its party that have already been defeated.
  • Costar: When the Pokémon enters a battle, it copies an ally’s stat changes.
  • Toxic Debris: Scatters poison spikes at the feetof the opposing team when the Pokémon takes damage from physical moves.
  • Armor Tail: It makes opposing Pokémon unable to use priority moves.
  • Earth Eater: If hit by a Ground-type move, the Pokémon has its HP restored instead of taking damage.
  • Mycelium Might: The Pokémon will always act more slowly when using status moves, but these moves will be unimpeded by the Ability of the target.

New Attacks

Name Desc Owners Effect Type Spectrum Power Accuracy PP Prio Crit Rate Target
Dire Claw The user lashes out at the target with ruinous claws, aiming to land a critical hit. This may also leave the target poisoned, paralyzed, or asleep. Sneasler 50% poisoning, pararalysing or putting asleep Poison Physical 80 100 15 Single
Psyshield Bash Cloaking itself in psychic energy, the user slams into the target. This also boosts the user’s Defense stat. Wyrdeer +1 Defense (100%) Psychic Physical 70 90 10 Single
Power Shift The user swaps its Attack and Defense stats. Normal Status 10 Self
Stone Axe The user swings its stone axes at the target, aiming to land a critical hit. Stone splinters left behind by this attack float around the target. Kleavor Rock Physical 65 90 15 Single
Springtide Storm The user attacks by wrapping opposing Pokémon in fierce winds brimming with love and hate. This may also lower their Attack stats. Enamorus -1 Attack (30%) Fairy Special 100 80 5 Adjacent
Mystical Power The user attacks by emitting a mysterious power. This also boosts the user’s Sp. Atk stat. Azelf +1 Special Attack (100%) Psychic Special 70 90 10 Single
Mesprit
Uxie
Raging Fury The user rampages around spewing flames for two to three turns. The user then becomes confused. Arcanine-Hisui Fire Physical 120 100 10 Random
Wave Crash The user shrouds itself in water and slams into the target with its whole body to inflict damage. This also damages the user quite a lot. Tauros-Paldea-Water [1/3 recoil] Water Physical 120 100 10 Single
Floatzel line
Basculin line
Bruxish
Quaquaval
Dondozo
Palafin
Chloroblast The user launches its amassed chlorophyll to inflict damage on the target. This also damages the user. Electrode-Hisui [50% recoil (fixed)] Grass Special 150 95 5 Single
Mountain Gale The user hurls giant chunks of ice at the target to inflict damage. This may also make the target flinch. Avalugg-Hisui [30% flinching] Ice Physical 100 85 10 Single
Victory Dance The user performs an intense dance to usher in victory, boosting its Attack, Defense, and Speed stats. Lilligant-Hisui +1 Attack (100%) Fighting Status 10 Self
+1 Defense (100%)
+1 Speed (100%)
Headlong Rush The user smashes into the target in a full-body tackle. This also lowers the user’s Defense and Sp. Def stats. Hariyama -1 Defense (100%) Ground Physical 120 100 5 Single
Ursaluna -1 Special Defense (100%)
Fist move. Great Tusk
Barb Barrage The user launches countless toxic barbs to inflict damage. This may also poison the target. This move’s power is doubled if the target is already poisoned. Qwilfish-Hisui line [50% poison] Poison Physical 60 100 10 Single
Esper Wing The user slashes the target with aura-enriched wings. This also boosts the user’s Speed stat. This move has a heightened chance of landing a critical hit. Braviary-Hisui +1 Speed (100%) Psychic Special 80 100 10 1 Single
Bitter Malice The user attacks the target with spine-chilling resentment. This also lowers the target’s Attack stat. Zorua-Hisui line -1 Attack (100%) Ghost Special 75 100 10 Single
Shelter The user makes its skin as hard as an iron shield, sharply boosting its Defense stat. Sliggoo-Hisui +2 Defense (100%) Steel Status 10 Self
Triple Arrows The user kicks, then fires three arrows. This move has a heightened chance of landing a critical hit and may also lower the target’s Defense stat or make it flinch. Decidueye-Hisui -1 Defense (50%) Fighting Physical 90 100 10 1 Single
30% flinch
Infernal Parade The user attacks with myriad fireballs. This may also leave the target with a burn. This move’s power is doubled if the target has a status condition. Typhlosion-Hisui [30% burn] Ghost Special 60 100 15 Single
Ceaseless Edge The user slashes its shell blade at the target, aiming to land a critical hit. Shell splinters left behind by this attack remain scattered under the target as spikes. Samurott-Hisui Dark Physical 65 90 15 ?? Single
Bleakwind Storm The user attacks with savagely cold winds that cause both body and spirit to tremble. This may also lower the Speed stats of opposing Pokémon. Tornadus -1 Speed (30%) Flying Special 100 80 10 Adjacent
Wildbolt Storm The user summons a thunderous tempest and savagely attacks with lightning and wind. This may also leave opposing Pokémon with paralysis. Thundurus 20% paralysis Electric Special 100 80 10 Adjacent
Sandsear Storm The user attacks by wrapping opposing Pokémon in fierce winds and searingly hot sand. This may also leave them with a burn. Landorus 20% burn Ground Special 100 80 10 Adjacent
Lunar Blessing The user receives a blessing from the crescent moon, restoring HP and curing status conditions for itself and its ally Pokémon currently in the battle. Cresselia [25% recovery] Psychic Status 5 User and allies
Take Heart The user lifts its spirits, curing its own status conditions and boosting its Sp. Atk and Sp. Def stats.
Tera Blast If the user has Terastallized, it unleashes energy of its Tera Type. This move inflicts damage using the Attack or Sp. Atk stat—whichever is higher for the user. Everyone Tera Blast is a special Normal-type move before you Tera. Normal Special 80 100 10 Single
If you Tera, it becomes the “higher Attack stat to calculate its damage” thing.
Silk Trap The user spins a silken trap, protecting itself from damage while lowering the Speed stat of any attacker that makes direct contact. Spidops Bug Status 10 4 Self
Axe Kick The user attacks by kicking up into the air and slamming its heel down upon the target. This may also confuse the target. If it misses, the user takes damage instead. Medicham 30% confusion Fighting Physical 120 90 10 Single
Lilligant-Hisui
Lokix
Last Respects The user attacks to avenge its allies. The more defeated allies there are in the user’s party, the greater the move’s power. Houndstone +50 BP for each ally fainted Ghost Physical 50 100 10 Single
Basculegion
Lumina Crash The user attacks by unleashing a peculiar light that even affects the mind. This also harshly lowers the target’s Sp. Def stat. Espathra -2 Special Defense (100%) Psychic Special 80 100 10 Single
Order Up The user attacks with elegant poise. If the user has a Tatsugiri in its mouth, this move boosts one of the user’s stats based on the Tatsugiri’s form. Dondozo Dragon Physical 80 100 10 Single
Yellow Tatsugiri makes Order Up Boost Speed.
Orange Tatsugiri makes Order Up Boost Attack
Red Tatsugiri makes Order Up Boost Defense
Jet Punch The user summons a torrent around its fist and punches at blinding speed. This move always goes first. Palafin Water Physical 60 100 15 1 Single
Spicy Extract The user emits an incredibly spicy extract, sharply boosting the target’s Attack stat, and harshly lowering the target’s Defense stat. Scovillain +2 Attack (100%) Grass Status 15 Single
-2 Defense (100%)
Spin Out The user spins furiously by straining its legs, inflicting damage on the target. This also harshly lowers the user’s Speed stat. Varoom line -2 Speed (100%) Steel Physical 100 100 5 Single
Population Bomb The user’s fellows gather in droves to perform a combo attack that hits the target one to ten times in a row. Tandemaus line Can hit up to 10 times Normal Physical 20 90 10 Single
Should be like Triple Axel, where each hit has an accuracy check, but it’s hitting ten times if no misses.
Ice Spinner The user covers its feet in thin ice and twirls around, slamming into the target. This move’s spinning motion also destroys the terrain. Cetoddle line Ice Physical 80 100 15 Single
Other multiple lines, check in TM Moves.
Glaive Rush The user throws its entire body into a reckless charge. Attacks from opposing Pokémon during the next turn cannot miss and will inflict double damage. Baxcalibur Dragon Physical 120 100 5 Single
Revival Blessing The user bestows a loving blessing, reviving a party Pokémon that has fainted and restoring half that Pokémon’s max HP. Rabsca Leppa Berry woks on it. Normal Status 1 Self
Pawmot Doesn’t restore PPs.
You select just like a Revive, after using the move.
Salt Cure The user salt cures the target, inflicting damages every turn. Steel and Water type are more strongly affected by this move. Naclstack line 100% Salt Cure Rock Physical 40 100 15 Single
Salt Cure deals 12% passive damage, 25% rounded down when used against Steel- and Water-types.
Triple Dive The user performs a perfectly timed triple dive, hitting the target with splashes of water three times in a row. Wugtrio Hits 3 times Water Physical 30 95 10 Single
Mortal Spin The user performs a spin attack that can also eliminate the effects of such moves as Bind, Wrap, and Leech Seed. This also poisons opposing Pokémon. Glimmora 100% poison Poison Physical 30 100 15 Adjacent
Basically Spin.
Doodle The user captures the very essence of the target in a sketch. This changes the Abilities of the user and its ally Pokémon to that of the target. Grafaiai Normal Status 100 10 Unknown
Fillet Away The user sharply boosts its Attack, Sp. Atk, and Speed stats by using its own HP. Veluza Halves the user’s health. Normal Status 10 Self
+2 Attack (100%)
+2 Special Attack (100%)
+2 Speed (100%)
Kowtow Cleave The user slashes at the target after kowtowing to make the target let down its guard. This attack never misses. Kingambit Dark Physical 85 10 Single
Flower Trick The user throws a rigged bouquet of flowers at the target. This attack never misses and always lands a critical hit. Meowscarada Grass Physical 70 10 100% Single
Torch Song The user blows out raging flames as if singing a song, scorching the target. This also boosts the user’s Sp. Atk stat. Skeledirge +1 Special Attack (100%) Fire Special 80 100 10 Single
Aqua Step The user toys with the target and attacks it using light and fluid dance steps. This also boosts the user’s Speed stat. Quaquaval +1 Speed (100%) Water Physical 80 100 10 Single
Raging Bull The user performs a tackle like a raging bull. This move’s type depends on the user’s form. It can also break barriers, such as Light Screen and Reflect. Tauros Normal Physical 90 100 10 Single
Tauros-Paldea
Tauros-Paldea-Fire
Tauros-Paldea-Water
Make It Rain The user attacks by throwing out a mass of coins. This also lowers the user’s Sp. Atk stat. Money is earned after the battle. Gholdengo -1 Special Attack (100%) Steel Special 120 100 5 Adjacent
Ruination The user summons a ruinous disaster. This cuts the target’s HP in half. Ting-Lu Dark Special 90 10 Single
Chien-Pao
Wo-Chien
Chi-Yu
Collision Course The user transforms and crashes to the ground, causing a massive prehistoric explosion. This move’s power is boosted more than usual if it’s a super-effective hit. Koraidon Fighting Physical 100 100 5 Single
Electro Drift The user races forward at ultrafast speeds, piercing its target with futuristic electricity. This move’s power is boosted more than usual if it’s a supereffective hit. Miraidon Electric Special 100 100 5 Single
Shed Tail The user creates a substitute for itself using its own HP before switching places with a party Pokémon in waiting. Orthworm Normal Status 10 Self
The substitue costs half ot the user’s life. Cyclizard
Chilly Reception The user tells a chillingly bad joke before switching places with a party Pokémon in waiting. This summons a snowstorm lasting five turns. Slowking Ice Status 10 Field
Slowking-Galar
Tidy Up The user tidies up and removes the effects of Spikes, Stealth Rock, Sticky Web, Toxic Spikes, and Substitute. This also boosts the user’s Attack and Speed stats. Maushold Normal Status 10 Self
Snowscape The user summons a snowstorm lasting five turns. This boosts the Defense stats of Ice types. Every Pokémon with Hail before. Ice Status 10 Field
Basculegion
Cetoddle line
Veluza
Arctibax line
Scream Tail
Iron Bundle
Chien-Pao
Pounce The user attacks by pouncing on the target. This also lowers the target’s Speed stat. Scyther line -1 Speed (100%) Bug Physical 50 100 20 Single
Dunsparce line
Heracross
A lot of others, wouln’t fit here.
Trailblaze The user attacks suddenly as if leaping out from tall grass. The user’s nimble footwork boosts its Speed stat. Sudowoodo +1 Speed (100%) Grass Physical 50 100 20 Single
Scovillain
A lot of others, wouln’t fit here.
Some are in Pokémon Ch.
Chilling Water The user attacks the target by showering it with water thats power. This also lowers the target’s Attack stat. A lot of Pokemon. -1 Attack (100%) Water Special 50 100 20 Single
Hyper Drill The user spins the pointed part of its body at high speed to pierce the target. This attack can hit a target using a move such as Protect or Detect. Dunsparce line Breaks protections Normal Physical 100 100 5 Single
Twin Beam The user shoots mystical beams from its eyes to inflict damage. The target is hit twice in a row. Girafarig line Hits 2 times Psychic Special 40 100 10 Single
Rage Fist The user converts its rage into energy to attack. The Primeape Rage Fist boost power by 50 BP per hit received. Ghost Physical 50 100 10 Single
more times the user has been hit by attacks, the greater Annihilape
the move’s power. Each multi-hit move triggers it (5 hits=300 BP).
Stacks over turns.
Confusion self-damage also seems to count as a hit.
Switching out and fainting does not reset the boost.
Armor Cannon The user shoots its own armor out as blazing projectiles. This also lowers the user’s Defense and Sp. Def stats. Armarouge -1 Defense (100%) Fire Special 120 100 5 Single
-1 Special Defense (100%)
Bitter Blade The user focuses its bitter feelings toward the world of the living into a slashing attack. The user’s HP is restored by up to half the damage taken by the target. Ceruledge 50% drain Fire Physical 90 100 10 Single
Double Shock The user discharges all the electricity from its body to perform a high-damage attack. After using this move, the user will no longer be Electric type. Pawmot Electric Physical 120 100 5 Single
Gigaton Hammer The user swing its whole body around to attack with its huge hammer. This move can’t be used twice in a row. Tinkaton Steel Physical 160 100 5 Single
Comeuppance The user retaliates with much greater force against the opponent that last inflicted damage on it. Houndour line Metal Burst but Dark. Dark Physical 100 10 Self
Honchkrow
Zorua-Hisui line
Mabosstiff
Aqua Cutter The user expels pressurized water to cut at the target like a blade. This move has a heigtened chance of landing a critical hit. Gallade Water Physical 70 100 20 1 Single
Quaxly
Veluza
Blazing Torque [30% burn] Fire Physical 80 100 10 Single
Wicked Torque [10% sleep] Dark Physical 80 100 10 Single
Noxious Torque [30% poison] Poison Physical 100 100 10 Single
Combat Torque [30% paralysis] Fighting Physical 100 100 10 Single
Magical Torque [30% confusion] Fairy Physical 100 100 10 Single

Paldea Regional Pokedex List

  • #1: Sprigatito
  • #2: Floragato
  • #3: Meowscarada
  • #4: Fuecoco
  • #5: Crocalor
  • #6: Skeledirge
  • #7: Quaxly
  • #8: Quaxwell
  • #9: Quaquaval
  • #10: Lechonk
  • #11: Oinkologne
  • #12: Tarountula
  • #13: Spidops
  • #14: Nymble
  • #15: Lokix
  • #16: Hoppip
  • #17: Skiploom
  • #18: Jumpluff
  • #19: Fletchling
  • #20: Fletchinder
  • #21: Talonflame
  • #22: Pawmi
  • #23: Pawmo
  • #24: Pawmot
  • #25: Houndour
  • #26: Houndoom
  • #27: Yungoos
  • #28: Gumshoos
  • #29: Skwovet
  • #30: Greedent
  • #31: Sunkern
  • #32: Sunflora
  • #33: Kricketot
  • #34: Kricketune
  • #35: Scatterbug
  • #36: Spewpa
  • #37: Vivillon
  • #38: Combee
  • #39: Vespiquen
  • #40: Rookidee
  • #41: Corvisquire
  • #42: Corviknight
  • #43: Happiny
  • #44: Chansey
  • #45: Blissey
  • #46: Azurill
  • #47: Marill
  • #48: Azumarill
  • #49: Surskit
  • #50: Masquerain
  • #51: Buizel
  • #52: Floatzel
  • #53: Wooper
  • #54: Clodsire
  • #55: Psyduck
  • #56: Golduck
  • #57: Chewtle
  • #58: Drednaw
  • #59: Igglybuff
  • #60: Jigglypuff
  • #61: Wigglytuff
  • #62: Ralts
  • #63: Kirlia
  • #64: Gardevoir
  • #65: Gallade
  • #66: Drowzee
  • #67: Hypno
  • #68: Gastly
  • #69: Haunter
  • #70: Gengar
  • #71: Tandemaus
  • #72: Maushold
  • #73: Pichu
  • #74: Pikachu
  • #75: Raichu
  • #76: Fidough
  • #77: Dachsbun
  • #78: Slakoth
  • #79: Vigoroth
  • #80: Slaking
  • #81: Bounsweet
  • #82: Steenee
  • #83: Tsareena
  • #84: Smoliv
  • #85: Dolliv
  • #86: Arboliva
  • #87: Bonsly
  • #88: Sudowoodo
  • #89: Rockruff
  • #90: Lycanroc
  • #91: Rolycoly
  • #92: Carkol
  • #93: Coalossal
  • #94: Shinx
  • #95: Luxio
  • #96: Luxray
  • #97: Starly
  • #98: Staravia
  • #99: Staraptor
  • #100: Oricorio
  • #101: Mareep
  • #102: Flaaffy
  • #103: Ampharos
  • #104: Petilil
  • #105: Lilligant
  • #106: Shroomish
  • #107: Breloom
  • #108: Applin
  • #109: Flapple
  • #110: Appletun
  • #111: Spoink
  • #112: Grumpig
  • #113: Squawkabilly
  • #114: Misdreavus
  • #115: Mismagius
  • #116: Makuhita
  • #117: Hariyama
  • #118: Crabrawler
  • #119: Crabominable
  • #120: Salandit
  • #121: Salazzle
  • #122: Phanpy
  • #123: Donphan
  • #124: Cufant
  • #125: Copperajah
  • #126: Gible
  • #127: Gabite
  • #128: Garchomp
  • #129: Nacli
  • #130: Naclstack
  • #131: Garganacl
  • #132: Wingull
  • #133: Pelipper
  • #134: Magikarp
  • #135: Gyarados
  • #136: Arrokuda
  • #137: Barraskewda
  • #138: Basculin
  • #139: Gulpin
  • #140: Swalot
  • #141: Meowth
  • #142: Persian
  • #143: Drifloon
  • #144: Drifblim
  • #145: Flabébé
  • #146: Floette
  • #147: Florges
  • #148: Diglett
  • #149: Dugtrio
  • #150: Torkoal
  • #151: Numel
  • #152: Camerupt
  • #153: Bronzor
  • #154: Bronzong
  • #155: Axew
  • #156: Fraxure
  • #157: Haxorus
  • #158: Mankey
  • #159: Primeape
  • #160: Annihilape
  • #161: Meditite
  • #162: Medicham
  • #163: Riolu
  • #164: Lucario
  • #165: Charcadet
  • #166: Armarouge
  • #167: Ceruledge
  • #168: Barboach
  • #169: Whiscash
  • #170: Tadbulb
  • #171: Bellibolt
  • #172: Goomy
  • #173: Sliggoo
  • #174: Goodra
  • #175: Croagunk
  • #176: Toxicroak
  • #177: Wattrel
  • #178: Kilowattrel
  • #179: Eevee
  • #180: Vaporeon
  • #181: Jolteon
  • #182: Flareon
  • #183: Espeon
  • #184: Umbreon
  • #185: Leafeon
  • #186: Glaceon
  • #187: Sylveon
  • #188: Dunsparce
  • #189: Dudunsparce
  • #190: Deerling
  • #191: Sawsbuck
  • #192: Girafarig
  • #193: Farigiraf
  • #194: Grimer
  • #195: Muk
  • #196: Maschiff
  • #197: Mabosstiff
  • #198: Toxel
  • #199: Toxtricity
  • #200: Dedenne
  • #201: Pachirisu
  • #202: Shroodle
  • #203: Grafaiai
  • #204: Stantler
  • #205: Foongus
  • #206: Amoonguss
  • #207: Voltorb
  • #208: Electrode
  • #209: Magnemite
  • #210: Magneton
  • #211: Magnezone
  • #212: Ditto
  • #213: Growlithe
  • #214: Arcanine
  • #215: Teddiursa
  • #216: Ursaring
  • #217: Zangoose
  • #218: Seviper
  • #219: Swablu
  • #220: Altaria
  • #221: Skiddo
  • #222: Gogoat
  • #223: Tauros
  • #224: Litleo
  • #225: Pyroar
  • #226: Stunky
  • #227: Skuntank
  • #228: Zorua
  • #229: Zoroark
  • #230: Sneasel
  • #231: Weavile
  • #232: Murkrow
  • #233: Honchkrow
  • #234: Gothita
  • #235: Gothorita
  • #236: Gothitelle
  • #237: Sinistea
  • #238: Polteageist
  • #239: Mimikyu
  • #240: Klefki
  • #241: Indeedee
  • #242: Bramblin
  • #243: Brambleghast
  • #244: Toedscool
  • #245: Toedscruel
  • #246: Tropius
  • #247: Fomantis
  • #248: Lurantis
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PartTimeTCGCollector

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Looks like Pokemon is running out of idea, hahahahahahahaha. The evolved form is just literally a larger version of its predecessor form. Wugtrio? 3 different Tauros burned? AAAAA-HAHAHAHAHAHHAHA!
 

dineinunes

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Skeledirge W
Quaquaval and Meowscarada L

though it's cool to see a pokémon referencing Brazil (Quaquaval dances samba when is waiting to attack and its name resembles Carnaval, a popular brazilian festivity that is also related to samba).
 

DMYSYS

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The first block of any new era of the TCG focuses on the new Pokémon, and it's usually the second block / second half that shifts back to focusing on all Pokémon. For my Gen 8 TCG collection, I did not include any Gen 8 Pokémon in my binder, and as a percentage the number of cards I leave inside an ETB because they're Gen 8 Pokémon is higher for cards at the start of the era than the end. In terms of separating wheat from chaff, I don't feel like going through the low ROI of the first few sets of SWSH again, so I'll wait until the focus shifts.

Okay why? What's wrong with the TCG which had had minimal information revealed
I am a collector and do not want to collect cards of Pokémon I do not like / do not consider Pokémon.
 

dineinunes

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Safe to say that koraidon and miraidon ex will be support cards for the paradox pokemon right???
Maybe their second ex cards? Because those that were previewed don't seem to be made to support them. I'd say the Paradox will be kinda like the Ultra Beasts and then we get new Koraidon/Miraidon that interact with the gimmick. The previewed exs are likely going to either be Fighting/Lightining or both Dragon and not every Paradox benefits from those types.
 

Nirvanna21

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I am a collector and do not want to collect cards of Pokémon I do not like / do not consider Pokémon.

Fair enough too, I started collecting again when Chilling Reign was introduced, and while I went back to SWSH Base for main sets (even then I only collect up to basic trainers), I did my research on the past sets and upcoming ones and only got cards that I liked. With this new generation, I will be waiting to see what the first set looks like before I decide on how to proceed, whether it be a fun round of opening boxes and getting singles to get what I couldn't pull, or just focus on singles instead. But hey, at least as a fellow collector, we get Crown Zenith which should keep us happy while those first few sets are out.