15 Aralık 2016 Perşembe

Possible classifications for unclassified moves:

-Kicking moves:
  1. Trop Kick
  2. Blaze Kick
  3. Mega Kick
  4. Jump Kick
  5. High Jump Kick
  6. Rolling Kick
  7. Triple Kick
  8. Low Kick
  9. Low Sweep
-Cutting moves:
  1. Scratch
  2. Metal Claw
  3. Fury Cutter
  4. Shadow Claw
  5. Slash
  6. X-Scissor
  7. Dragon Claw
  8. Sacred Sword
  9. Secret Sword
  10. Razor Shell
  11. Crush Claw
  12. False Swipe
  13. Psycho Cut
  14. Leaf Blade
Chopping moves:
  1. Cross Chop
  2. Throat Chop
  3. Dual Chop
  4. Karate Chop
Horn moves:
  1. Horn Leech
  2. Horn Attack
  3. Smart Strike
  4. Megahorn
Head moves:
  1. Head Smash
  2. Zen Headbutt
  3. Iron Head
  4. Headbutt
  5. Head Charge
Wind moves:
  1. Icy Wind
  2. Twister
  3. Aeroblast
  4. Fairy Wind
  5. Ominous Wind
  6. Silver Wind
  7. Razor Wind
  8. Tailwind
  9. Whirlwind
  10. Air Slash
  11. Air Cutter
  12. Gust
  13. Hurricane

How to improve: 595-596, Joltik-Galvantula





1.Stats: Should Galvantula get a stat boost, Evolution, Mega Evolution or nothing?

Galvantula has 473 BST, which is close to 470 and 475 BST, and neither BST has ever gained an evolution. But 475 BST gained several stat boosts and a Mega Evolution, the Mega Manectric. e will discuss each potential case on its own, regardless of their likelihood however, as none of them are impossible.

a.Evolution: Galvantula's BST is not likely for an evolution. Its status a spider Pokémon, which are traditionally two staged, makes this also unlikely. Though its BST is low enough to justify one, its stat distribution is already good enough for a fully evolved Pokémon, sort of, with the combination of its moves and typing.

The biggest justification I can give for an evo is the fact that it has six legs, rather than eight.

b.Stat boost: Galvantula is already the strongest spider Pokémon, so a BST increase in that front is not likely. However Galvantula is one of the stronger Bugs, so a small boost around 10-30 might be possible.

c.Mega Evolution: The closest potential Mega Evolution counterpart would be Mega Manectric. Much like M-Manectric, a M-Galvantula would be good enough and probably expected, but it wouldn't be a primary choice for serious competitive use.

2.Should Galvantula get more abilities?

Probably, as the only serious ability it has is Compoundeyes. Given its dex entry, most obvious ones would be Static and Volt Absorb, but other Electric and Bug abilities can work.

Outside of this, Intimidate would be a nice option, so would Galvanize.

3. Should Galvantula get more moves?

Almost certainly. Bulk of the moves Galvantula gets are physically oriented, even though it is not. What Galvantula needs is a movepool that contains some of the Special moves learned by Ariados, like Psychic and Sludge Bomb.

Other moves like Venom Drench, Shadow Ball and Dark Pulse would be very good as well, but most importantly it needs something to boost its Special Attack, like Nasty Plot.

4.What additional typing Galvantula can have?

Galvantula has a strong connection with Poison and Dark. It doesn't have a strong association with anything else, however.

Single Ability Pokémon


So, let's discuss Pokémon Stars, cause why not.


İdeas for Fakemon


Potential plot settings for games and fanfics


14 Aralık 2016 Çarşamba

How to improve: 107-Hitmonchan


1.Stats: Should Hitmonchan get a stat boost, Evolution, Mega Evolution or nothing?

Hitmonchan has 455 BST, which is near-perfect for all three, but we will discuss the issues on the three individually.

a.Evolution: With the possible exception of Wurmple, side-evolutions traditionally do not get third stages. With this in mind, however, Hitmonchan's BST is very ripe for an evolution, as both Dusclops and Golbat who carry it have gotten evos.

But as this is unlikely we won't bother with it. What needs to be mentioned here is that both the two evolutions had near 100 BST updates, with Dusknoir having a 70 BST upgrade and Crobat having a 80 BST upgrade. If put in right places, these can make a serious difference for Hitmonchan, but likely some will be put into Sp. Atk and be misused.

Similarly, Hitmonchan's defensive stats makes the concept of an Eviolite boost ridiculous, as AV Hitmonchan is already one of the most reliable Hitmonchan sets.

b.Stat boost: Hitmonchan is one of the few Gen I Pokémon to have a significantly higher BST than its previous BST, by having a 110 Sp. Defense. This makes a future stat boost unlikely.

Another element is how early it evolves. At Level 20, ignoring Gyarados, Hitmonchan is already one of the strongest Pokémon in the game, with its counterparts coming behind it.

c.Mega Evolution: The only Pokémon with a 455 BST and a Mega is Banette, which makes a decent enough analogue for a Hitmonchan Mega. In short, it would be very useful, but it wouldn't be used over other Megas.

An evolution would be more reliable.

2.Should Hitmonchan get more abilities?

Yes, but it is unlikely, as it already has three abilities and one of them was a former Signature Ability for it(Iron Fist). Some other potential candidates include:

1.Guts: As a defensive Fighting-type, Hitmonchan is heavily crippled with Burn. This would fix its weakness to it.

2.Sheer Force: As a Punching Pokémon, Hitmonchan has access to a lot of moves with secondary abilities, so this would help with it.

3.Scrappy: As its movepool is predominantly Fighting and Normal, this Ability would be beneficial for Hitmonchan.

3. Should Hitmonchan get more moves?

Most useful move for it would be Sucker Punch.

After that, a reliable recovery move, access to some other Punching moves like Ice Hammer and Meteor Mash would be nice. Swords Dance would be cool as well.

4.What additional typing Hitmonchan can have?

The humanoid design of Hitmonchan makes such a question rather absurd, but Hitmon-line has a strong association with Rock and Ground. Hitmonchan himself does not have such an association with another type.

16 Kasım 2016 Çarşamba

Thread: Create/Rename/Change Anything and Everything Post Log

http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18078749&highlight=#post18078749

http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18086972&highlight=#post18086972

http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18092677&highlight=#post18092677

http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18133111&highlight=#post18133111

http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18134258&highlight=#post18134258

http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18268979&highlight=#post18268979

http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18272082&highlight=#post18272082

http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18272937&highlight=#post18272937
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18270779&highlight=#post18270779
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18268979&highlight=#post18268979
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18304702&highlight=#post18304702
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18298710&highlight=#post18298710
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18290203&highlight=#post18290203
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18288036&highlight=#post18288036
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18287345&highlight=#post18287345

http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18285431&highlight=#post18285431
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18278612&highlight=#post18278612
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18272937&highlight=#post18272937
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18272082&highlight=#post18272082
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18306338#post18306338
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18311935#post18311935
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18133111&highlight=sinnoan#post18133111
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?378197-Create-Rename-Change-Anything-and-Everything&p=18315839#post18315839

11 Kasım 2016 Cuma

Pokémon Sun Moon Datamine Commentary Lists:

Tentative Unavailable Pokémon List: http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Sun-amp-Moon-SPOILERS-Thread-Datamine-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18267973&highlight=#post18267973

Island Scan Pokémon:
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Sun-amp-Moon-SPOILERS-Thread-Datamine-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18267851&highlight=#post18267851

Post-Game Kahunas and Captains:
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Sun-amp-Moon-SPOILERS-Thread-Datamine-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18267789&highlight=#post18267789

Egg Move Commentary List:
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Sun-amp-Moon-SPOILERS-Thread-Datamine-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18266601&highlight=#post18266601

Necrozma's Moves:
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Sun-amp-Moon-SPOILERS-Thread-Datamine-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18266502&highlight=#post18266502

BSTs:
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Sun-amp-Moon-SPOILERS-Thread-Datamine-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18265851&highlight=#post18265851

Abilities:
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Sun-amp-Moon-SPOILERS-Thread-Datamine-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18265556&highlight=#post18265556

Types:
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Sun-amp-Moon-SPOILERS-Thread-Datamine-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18265494&highlight=#post18265494

Egg Groups:
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Sun-amp-Moon-SPOILERS-Thread-Datamine-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18265430&highlight=#post18265430

BST changes:
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Sun-amp-Moon-SPOILERS-Thread-Datamine-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18265206&highlight=#post18265206

Available UB count:
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Sun-amp-Moon-SPOILERS-Thread-Datamine-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18268034&highlight=#post18268034

Island Scan mechanics:
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Sun-amp-Moon-SPOILERS-Thread-Datamine-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18267888&highlight=#post18267888

Daycare location:
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Sun-amp-Moon-SPOILERS-Thread-Datamine-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18267719&highlight=#post18267719

Alola Form evolutions:
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Sun-amp-Moon-SPOILERS-Thread-Datamine-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18268522&highlight=#post18268522

BST commentary:
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Sun-amp-Moon-SPOILERS-Thread-Datamine-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18269913#post18269913

Gift Pokémon:
http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Sun-amp-Moon-SPOILERS-Thread-Datamine-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18269978#post18269978

New moves on old Pokémon:
 http://www.serebiiforums.com/showthread.php?654251-Pok%E9mon-Sun-amp-Moon-Discovery-Discussion-Thread-Contains-Story-Spoilers&p=18265305&highlight=#post18265305

Species that didn't get cross generational buffs(type change, stat boost, additional evolutionary line, signature HA, Z-move):



29 Ekim 2016 Cumartesi

Type trios

-Fire/Grass/Water: Conventional starter trio.

-Fire/Ice/Electric: Conventional legendary trio.

-Ground/Water/Flying: Weather Trio

-Ghost/Steel/Water: Creation Trio.

-Dragon/Fairy/Dark: Mortality Trio.

-Flying/Ground/Electric: Kami Trio.

-Fire/Water/Electric: Legendary Beasts, OG Eeveelutions.

-Rock/Steel/Ice: Legendary Golems

-Dark/Psychic/Fighting: Gen VI Starters

-Fighting/Steel/Ground: Gen IV Starters

-Fighting/Dragon/Ground: Gen III Starters

-Dark/Fairy/Ghost: Gen VII Starters

-Steel/Rock/Water: Swords of Justice -Keldeo.

Quartets:

-Grass/Water/Psychic/Electric: Guardian Deities of Alola

-Water/Steel/Grass/Rock: Swords of Justice.

-Rock/Steel/Ice/Normal: Legendary Golems + Regigigas.


Remaining Starter types:

-Water/Fighting

-Grass/Dark

-Fire/Ground

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21 Ağustos 2016 Pazar

Some more shitty ideas

-Alpha and Omega Lati twins: Original Lati twins bear the Delta Symbol, which currently represents Mega Rayquaza. So to expand on that idea, two different Lati variations that are subordinate to Primals can work.

-Theta Pokémon: One of the symbols used for Ancient Trait in Ancient Origins TCG deck is Theta, which has no corresponding Pokémon.  So a species can be introduced for that.

-Fog, Sand and Snow legendaries: The remaining weather effects with no legendaries, they can something that represents them.


Let's discuss coverage moves, p1, Types

As we need to do so.

Unused but implied concepts in Pokémon

Moves:
-Pom Pom Dance: Not only we have three Electric-type species dedicated to pom pom dance, Orocorio Pom Pom, Plusle and Minun, Jumpluff's Stadium 2 onwards 3D model also featured it doing the pom pom dance.

-Bakeneko Dance: We have two Cat species with Own Tempo ability, Glameow and Espurr, which do not get any dance move, we also have Meowth, whose species name is Bakeneko.

Items:
-Ability suppressor: We have an item that suppresses Status moves, Assault Move, and another group that suppresses all moves except the chosen one.

20 Ağustos 2016 Cumartesi

The Next Best Thing, Part II, Reckoning.

Original is here.


Some more ideas for fangames

Pokémon Prime: Based on the TCG card class,, these would be unique variants of existing Pokémon with slightly better stats and movepool. They can serve as mid-bosses or event Pokémon, but they cannot be the default variant.

Team Assisters: Serving as glorified items, these species would give similar boosts to Flower Gift Cherrim, but only by being in the party. This can lead to very interesting team building strategies.

Domestic/Wild variants: Similar to regional variants, these would be largely based on species who are generally wild like Teddiursa and who are generally urban, like Eevee. The "wild" variant can be in two different variants, wild, based off the wild equivalent of the base species, and feral, which is closer to original, but with different types and/or abilities. Domestic variants can be in multiple breeds.

18 Ağustos 2016 Perşembe

Some ideas for fangames

Deoxys Spawn: Smaller variants of Deoxys, these are entirely new species born out of mutation to fit in Earth's atmosphere. They have smaller BST, but their stat distributions are different. These spawn have a unique ability called "Symbofusion", which allows them to temporarily fuse with Pokémon, either giving small stat boosts for some, or causing Mega Evolution-esque alternate forms for others.

The idea for them I had was Deoxys' crystal(aka, its brain) being replaced by a common item, either evolutionary stones, pieces of life force of Pokémon, or Elemental Gems, which allows them to get different body styles and forms.

Legendary Heralds and Guards: Various species of Pokémon serving as servants of legendary Pokémon, these species would be granted the unique moves and abilities of their respective legendary. They would serve as common wild encounter or mid-bosses of their legendaries. Competitively, they would be a way of bypassing Uber species' unique moves to common mons.

This idea developed from an older idea I had, where certain species would act as subordinates to their associated legendary and gain stat boosts when they are used alongside them, which would be disconnected to their ability. However, I expended the idea a bit to make it more sense in Pokémon world, and fit in the lore we have, such as Arcanine being showcased alongside Kanto birds.

Giga Forms: Another Mega Evolution-like gimmick, but the difference would be that instead of reaching their potential, these species would get abnormally larger, giving rise to what we know as "Giant Pokémon". These forms would be usable by all stages of Pokémon, but only few would get proper Mega Evolution-esque form changes.

The downside of this would be the increased Low Kick and Grass Knot damage, as well as decreased evasion and speed, though these would only count for certain species, with few others escaping these downsides.

Mature Forms: Attained after refusing evolution for a while, a Mature Form for a Pokémon would be attained for a Pokémon who has refused to evolve for a long time. These variants would keep the same BST as their final evolved forms, but their stat distributions would be different. Once they attain this form, however, they would lose their ability to evolve and use Eviolite permanently. Effectively, they would become like Eternal Flower Floette.

Mature Forms for Baby Pokémon might be able to breed.

Chibi Forms: Same as Giga Forms, but in reverse. These would be tiny, smaller forms of Pokémon, alluding to shorter variants of their species. Only some species would get true Chibi forms, while others would get just small.

The downside of this would be loss of offensive and defensive power, in favor of increased speed and automatic Minimize.

Living Mega Stones/Form Changers: These species would allow a species to reach to their proper Mega by simply being on the team. These species would have some characteristics of their Mega partners. They would serve as vehicles to have regular Mega Evolution without any item, or nasty backstory of "Key Stones are people!"

These species might have different forms and/or stat boosts while the Mega is activated and in the team. Certain abilities would also work as this, but serving an all purpose for all or some Megas.

Brute Force variants: These variants would belong to species that are known to have unique items and clothes. Instead of these, they would go completely wild, gaining new BSTs and abilities.

For example, Farfetch'd without its Stick would get 450 BST and become Water/Flying, but it would be unable to use its Stick.

Aggressive/Calm variants: These would be behavioural variants of the existing species, acting similar to regional variants. They would change how a Pokémon plays and looks and they would alter the moveset, but typing would remain the same. In rare occasions, such as Slaking, they might change BST altogether.

Other ideas proposed:

Official ideas:

School Forms: Various other species are known to gather in large groups such as Unown and Combee, these species can also benefit from School Forms. And weak initial and second stages can benefit from such a thing.

Zen Mode: Same as above, several species are known for their latent psychic powers and ability to meditate, so these species can also get Zen Modes.

Others:

Interrupted evo: http://icaro382.deviantart.com/gallery/?catpath=%2F&q=interrupted+evo


There are other concepts I have mentioned in the past, but I don't see any point in repeating them here.

15 Ağustos 2016 Pazartesi

The Next Best Thing, Sidequests


Proposed ideas:

Movedex: Suggested by Victreebong of Serebiiforums, this idea would focus on using all the moves in the game and registering them to a movedex.

This idea has potential, as not only there are several moves exclusive to event Pokémon, there are also several moves that are event exclusive period, such as Happy Hour, both of which will increase as the franchise grows.

Pokémon Racer: A perennial idea that became popular with the reveal of Rhyhorn racing in XY, this idea have existed since Gen I, when in OS animé, we saw various species racing.

This idea can work in various ways, either as in horse racing, or in dog racing.

Misc:


Nurses: While I have little idea how such as sidequest will be outside of player taking missions to collect and heal randomly generated Pokémon, there has been an increase about the role of the nurses in the games.

We have several healer Pokémon, such as Audino, Comfey, and Happiny-line.

The player character's mom in B2W2 was a nurse.

And nurses have been a presence in the anime, not just by Nurse Joy, but also in Jessie's backstory.

Item Collector: Serving as an ItemDex for the game, this sidequest would involve completing all possible items in the game.

This idea actually has some potential, as there is an abundance of event only items.

Ruin Maniac: Just a mission sidequest, this idea would focus on player character entering old relics, either to find old items or encounter old Pokémon.

This idea was already with Johto's Unown Dex Arceus Plates and Unova's Relic items, the difference would be that this idea would provide encounter areas ancient artificial Pokémon such as Baltoy and Golett who are generally rare and forgotten.

Botanist: Botany related classes have always existed in Pokémon, and berries are a major feature since Gen II. But there hasn't been any major idea of collecting flowers or other plants.

This idea would also help out to buff up the amount of Grass-types.

Inventor: Another idea that has been since Gen I, so far outside of Shell Bell, berry related items or Apricorn Balls, there hasn't been any major Monster Hunter or even regular JRPG-esque item crafting.

This idea would also help to expand the Electric and Steel-types. 

Chinese Pokémon

For a possible Chinese region:

Known in China:
  1. Paras-Parasect
  2. Growlithe-Arcanine
Taoist Pokémon:
  1. Reshiram
  2. Zekrom
  3. Kyurem
  4. Absol
Has Counterparts in Chinese Mythology:
  1. Ho-Oh
  2. Girafarig
  3. Vulpix-Ninetales
Originated in China:
  1. Pancham-line
  2. Bewear-line
  3. Yungoos-line
  4. Spinda
  5. Zangoose
Can occur in China:
  1. Teddiursa-Ursaring
  2. Cyndaquil-line
  3. Krabby-line
  4. Zigzagoon-line 
  5. Numel-line
  6. Sandshrew-line
  7. Totodile-line
  8. Torchic-line
  9. Various other cosmopolitan species

3 Ağustos 2016 Çarşamba

Alolan Variation Wishlist:

Kanto Species:

Ekans-Arbok: Going by its description, I would like to see a Dark-type, boa constrictor like variation.

Paras-Parasect: Rather than Mushroom taking over, Paras could get into a symbiotic relationship with the Shroom.

Shellder-Cloyster: Despite being an Ice-type, Cloyster has appeared in several tropical climates. Instead, the new Cloyster can be part Rock and have access to Power Gem with its pearl.

Drowzee-Hypno: A two typed variant would be cool, something like Psychic/Ghost or Dark.

Tentacool-Tentacruel: A part Psychic variant would be cool.

Johto Species:

Corsola: A higher BST variant would be cool.

Hoenn Species:

Huntail-Gorebyss: Just give them their Dark and Psychic-type, please. Also give Clamperl Psychic type as well.

Sinnoh Species:

Chatot: A Water/Flying variant with Skill Link(it gets Metronome as a held item) or a Dark/Flying variant that lives in inner jungles would be cool.

Shellos-Gastrodon: A Water/Rock variant or Bug/Rock variant based off its ancestral hard shelled variation would be cool.

Unova Species:

Dweble-Crustle: I would like to see a Bug/Water variant that uses a regular seashell.

Kalos Species:

Inkay-Malamar:  I would like to see a Water/Flying variant that acts like a regular flying squid.

1 Ağustos 2016 Pazartesi

Notes on In-game Trades:

Discussion on spin-off titles for the next generation.

-Next Mystery Dungeon: The previous Mystery Dungeon only covers up to Hoopa, so a next Mystery Dungeon is inevitable. One possibility would be it appearing after the last Pokémon is revealed, but since the generation will likely be short, it is more likely that the next game will be after the second game.

-Next Rumble: It will come in 2017.

-Updates on Go, Comaster and Shuffle: None of these games have introduced every Pokémon, so it is unlikely that they will get new versions, but rather further updates.

-Everything else: There might be new Ranger game for DPPt remakes, and further episodes for Detective Pikachu.

Confirmed Alola Pokédex so far:

New Species:
  1. Rowlet
  2. Dartrix
  3. Rowlet 2
  4. Litten
  5. Torracat
  6. Litten 2
  7. Popplio
  8. Brionne
  9. Popplio 2
  10. Pikipek
  11. Pikipek 1
  12. Pikipek 2
  13. Yungoos
  14. Gumshoos
  15. Rockruff
  16. Lycanroc
  17. Komala
  18. Komala 1
  19. Grubbin
  20. Charjabug
  21. Vikavolt
  22. Drampa
  23. Bruxish
  24. Cutiefly
  25. Ribombee
  26. Togedemaru
  27. Salandit
  28. Salandit 1
  29. Stuffull
  30. Bewear
  31. Mimikyu
  32. Wimpod
  33. Wimpod 1
  34. Bounsweet
  35. Steenee
  36. Tsareena
  37. Comfey
  38. Mudbray
  39. Mudsdale
  40. Minior
  41. Fomantis
  42. Lurantis
  43. Oricorio
  44. Sandygast
  45. Palossand
  46. Wishiwashi
  47. Pyukumuku
  48. Crabrawler
  49. Morelull
  50. Morelull 2 
  51. Turtonator 
  52. Jangmo-o
  53. Hakamo-o
  54. Kommo-o
  55. Type: Null
  56. Silvally
  57. Passimian
  58. Oranguru
  59. Tapu Kako
  60. Solgaleo
  61. Lunala
  62. Magearna
Ultra Beasts:
  1. UB-01 ???
  2. UB-02 Beauty
  3. UB-02 Absorption
Alolan Form:
  1. Exeggcute (Regular)
  2. Exeggutor
  3. Vulpix
  4. Ninetales
  5. Sandshrew
  6. Sandslash
  7. Meowth
  8. (Persian)
  9. Cubone (Regular)
  10. Marowak
  11. Pichu (Regular)
  12. Pikachu (Regular)
  13. Raichu 
  14. Rattata
  15. Raticate
  16. Grimer
  17. Muk
Old Species:
  1. Charmander
  2. Charmeleon
  3. Charizard
  4. Caterpie
  5. Metapod
  6. Butterfree
  7. Furfrou
  8. Squirtle
  9. Wartortle
  10. Blastoise
  11. Machop
  12. Machoke
  13. Machamp
  14. Wingull
  15. Pelipper
  16. Wynaut
  17. Wobbuffet
  18. Horsea
  19. Seadra
  20. Kingdra
  21. Krabby
  22. Kingler
  23. Spheal
  24. Sealeo
  25. Walrein
  26. Chinchou
  27. Lanturn
  28. Magikarp
  29. Gyarados
  30. Slakoth
  31. Vigoroth
  32. Slaking
  33. Meowth
  34. Persian
  35. Gastly
  36. Haunter
  37. Gengar
  38. Bagon
  39. Shelgon
  40. Salamence
  41. Luvdisc
  42. Corsola
  43. Slowpoke
  44. Slowbro
  45. Slowking
  46. Beldum
  47. Metang
  48. Metagross
  49. Gible
  50. Gabite
  51. Garchomp
  52. Sandile
  53. Krokorok
  54. Krookodile
  55. Pancham
  56. Pangoro
  57. Eevee
  58. Leafeon
  59. Jolteon
  60. Glaceon
  61. Sylveon
  62. Flareon
  63. Espeon
  64. Umbreon
  65. Vaporeon
  66. Ledyba
  67. Ledian
  68. Spearow
  69. Fearow
  70. Feebas
  71. Milotic
  72. Trapinch
  73. Vibrava
  74. Flygon
  75. Kangaskhan
  76. Dratini
  77. Dragonair
  78. Dragonite
  79. Emolga
  80. Lillipup
  81. Herdier
  82. Stoutland
  83. Zubat
  84. Golbat
  85. Crobat
  86. Riolu
  87. Lucario
  88. Psyduck
  89. Golduck
  90. Klefki
  91. Growlithe
  92. Arcanine
  93. Elekid
  94. Electabuzz
  95. Electivire
  96. Skarmory
  97. Fletchling
  98. Fletchinder
  99. Talonflame
  100. Poliwag
  101. Poliwhirl
  102. Poliwrath
  103. Politoed
  104. Carvanha
  105. Sharpedo
  106. Lapras
  107. Tauros
  108. Miltank
  109. Murkrow
  110. Honchkrow
  111. Munchlax
  112. Snorlax
  113. Spinarak
  114. Ariados
  115. Surskit
  116. Masquerain
  117. Delibird
  118. Nosepass
  119. Probopass
  120. Phantump
  121. Trevenant
  122. Mankey
  123. Primeape
  124. Roggenrola
  125. Boldore
  126. Gigalith
  127. Bonsly
  128. Sudowoodo
  129. Rufflet
  130. Braviary
  131. Goomy
  132. Sliggoo
  133. Goodra
  134. Archen
  135. Archeops
  136. Carbink
  137. Trubbish
  138. Garbodor
  139.  Magnemite
  140. Magneton
  141. Magnezone
  142. Drowzee
  143. Hypno
  144. Pinsir
  145. Makuhita
  146. Hariyama
  147. Sneasel
  148. Weavile
  149. Aerodactyl 
  150. Torkoal
  151. Tirtouga
  152. Carracosta 
  153. Shellder
  154. Cloyster 
  155. Ditto 
  156. Igglybuff
  157. Jigglypuff
  158. Wigglytuff
  159. Happiny
  160. Chansey
  161. Blissey
  162. Snubbull
  163. Granbull
  164. Shieldon
  165. Bastiodon
  166. Drifloon (Sun)
  167. Drifblim (Sun)
  168. Misdreavus (Moon)
  169. Mismagius (Moon) 
  170. Abra
  171. Kadabra
  172. Alakazam
  173. Magby
  174. Magmar
  175. Magmortar
  176. Paras
  177. Parasect
  178. Scyther
  179. Scizor
  180. Swablu
  181. Swablu
  182. Altaria
  183. Shroomish
  184. Breloom
  185. Goldeen
  186. Seaking
  187. Petilil
  188. Lilligant
  189. Finneon
  190. Lumineon
  191. Cleffa
  192. Clefairy
  193. Clefable
Status unknown but confirmed:
  1. Cubone
  2. Marowak
Miscellaneous:
  1. Dunsparce
  2. Meditite
  3. Medicham
  4. Snivy
  5. Servine
  6. Serperior
  7. Hawlucha
Edit (9.8.2016): Added Corocoro reveals.

Edit (10.8.2016): Added Namakobushi.

Edit (11.08.2016): Added Japanese trailer reveals.

2. Added English trailer reveals.

Edit (18.08.2016): Added Gamescom reveals.

Edit (19.08.2016): Added Worlds reveals. Removed Pyukumuku's second stage, as it seems it is a single stage mon.

Crabrawler's Worlds video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onBpM9QPyyY
Shows Crabrawler using Dynamic Punch, Close Combat, Stone Edge, an unidentified move and Crabhammer.

Kangaskhan, Smeargle, Talonflame, Cresselia, Landorus Therian and Ferrothorn are shown.

Edit(01.09.2016):
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rt-4Hef90VA Ditto is shown in the Japanese trailer.

Edit(06.09.2016):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YR1ssSZfoGY

Edit(20.09.2016):
[url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhNJ7pX12Tw&feature=youtu.be[/url]
Poliwrath, Chansey, Parasect, Scyther, Magmar appears in Japanese trailer.
[url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8lfI66T5II&feature=youtu.be[/url]
Cloyster appears in English trailer.

Edit 2: Added current reveals. Created a separate Ultra Beasts section.

Edit (04.10.2016):
Japanese trailer showcased Swablu, Shroomish, Seaking and Magneton models.

Icons will be discussed below.

[url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9o552CaJV8&feature=youtu.be[/url]

Japanese:

Poké Pelego: Rockruff, Pelipper, Spearow, Lurantis, Butterfree, Salandit, Cutiefly, Pikachu, Orocorio Pom Pom, Bonsly, Caterpie, Machop, Crabrawler, Eevee, Wishiwashi, Pikachu(again), Petilil, Hariyama, Parasect, Rockruff (again), Bonsly (again), Alolan Rattata, Alolan Exeggutor, Golbat, Pichu, Psyduck, Staryu, Butterfree (again), Pikachu(again), Butterfree (again), Metapod, Gastly, Carbink, Finneon, Pikachu, Machop (again), Staryu (again), Charjabug, Eevee (again).

GTS: Cleffa, Pikachu, Pichu, Clefairy, Staryu, Fletchinder, Feebas, Happiny.

[url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciqAkdXQ9dw[/url]

English:

Poké Pelego: Magikarp, Pikipek, Yungoos, Slowpoke, Alolan Meowth, Orocorio Pom Pom, Salandit, Finneon, Staryu, Absol, Pyukumuku, Passimian, Crabrawler, Passimian (again), Togedemaru, Lycanroc Midday, Mudsdale, Fomantis.

Edit (14.10.2016):
All the recent updates have been added.

31 Temmuz 2016 Pazar

Multiple Horde Partner Notes:

http://serebii.net/xy/hordes.shtml

http://serebii.net/omegarubyalphasapphire/hordes.shtml

Contrasting elements:

BST(Post Gen VI stats only): 

ORAS:
  1. Oddish has 320 BST, Zigzagoon has 240 BST.
  2. Gloom has 395 BST, Linoone has 420 BST.
  3. Vileplume/Bellossom have 490 BST, Linoone has 420 BST.
  4. Makuhita has 237 BST, Geodude has 300 BST.
  5. Hariyama has 474 BST, Graveler has 390 BST.
  6. Hariyama has 474 BST, Golem has 495 BST.
XY:
  1. Gigalith has 515 BST, Carbink has 500 BST.
  2. Boldore has 390 BST, Carbink has 500 BST.
  3. Roggenrola has 280 BST, Carbink has 500 BST.
  4. Trevenant has 474 BST, Sudowoodo has 410 BST.
  5. Phantump has 309 BST, Bonsly has 290 BST.
  6. Nidoran Male has 273 BST, Nidoran Female has 275 BST.
Ability Count(Post-Gen VI count only):

ORAS: 
  1. Oddish-line has two abilities, Zigzagoon-line has three.

XY:
N/A

Types, Typings and Type Counts(Post Gen VI typings only):

ORAS:
  1. Makuhita is Fighting-type, Geodude is Rock/Ground.
  2. Oddish-line is Grass/Poison, Bellossom is Grass, Zigzagoon-line is Normal.

XY:
  1. Roggenrola-line is Rock, Carbink is Rock/Fairy.
  2. Phantump-line is Grass/Ghost, Bonsly-line is Rock.
  3. Durant is Bug/Steel-type, Heatmor is Fire-type.
  4. Zangoose is Normal-type, Seviper is Poison-type.

Common elements:

 
BST(Post Gen VI stats only): 

ORAS:
  1. Plusle and Minun have the same 410 BST.
XY:
  1. Tauros and Miltank have the same 490 BST.
  2. Durant and Heatmor have the same 484 BST.
  3. Zangoose and Seviper have the same 458 BST.
  4. Plusle and Minun have the same 410 BST.
 Ability Count(Post-Gen VI count only):

 ORAS:
  1. Makuhita-line and Geodude-line have the same amount of abilities, three.
  2. Plusle and Minun have the same amount of abilities, two.
XY:
  1. Roggenrola-line and Carbink have the same amount of abilities, two.
  2. Phantump-line and Bonsly-line have the same amount of abilities, three.
  3. Tauros and Miltank have the same amount of abilities, three.
  4. Durant and Heatmor have the same amount of abilities, three.
  5. Nidoran Male and Nidoran Female lines have the same amount of abilities, three.
  6. Zangoose and Seviper have the same amount of abilities, two.
  7. Plusle and Minun have the same amount of abilities, two.
 Types, Typings and Type Counts(Post Gen VI typings only):
ORAS:
  1. Plusle and Minun have the same type, Electric.

XY:
  1. Tauros and Miltank have the same type, Normal.
  2. Nidoran Male and Nidoran Female have the same type, Poison.
  3. Plusle and Minun have the same type, Electric.

Note: Lotad and Seedot are version counterparts in ORAS.

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Wild version counterparts with contrasting elements

BST(Post Gen VI stats only): 

OR/AS: 
  1. Koffing has 340 BST, Grimer has 325 BST.
  2. Weezing has 490 BST, Muk has 500 BST.
X/Y:
N/A

B2/W2:
  1. Meditite has 280 BST, Makuhita has 237 BST.
  2. Medicham has 410 BST, Hariyama has 474 BST.
  3. Shelmet has 305 BST, Karrablast has 315 BST.
  4. Trubbish has 329 BST, Minccino has 300 BST.
  5. Garbodor has 474 BST, Cinccino has 470 BST.
B/W:

N/A

D/P:
  1. Beautifly has 395 BST, Dustox has 385 BST. 
  2. Nidoran Male has 273 BST, Nidoran Female has 275 BST.
  3. Mr. Mime has 455 BST, Sudowoodo has 410 BST.
  4. Mime Jr. has 310 BST, Bonsly has 290 BST.
R/S:
  1. Koffing has 340 BST, Grimer has 325 BST.
  2. Weezing has 490 BST, Muk has 500 BST.
HG/SS:
  1. Breloom has 460 BST, Shiftry has 480 BST.
  2. Breloom has 460 BST, Nuzleaf has 340 BST.
  3. Shroomish has 295 BST, Seedot has 220 BST.
  4. Arbok has 438 BST, Sandslash has 450 BST.
  5. Ekans has 288 BST, Sandshrew has 300 BST.
G/S:
  1. Arbok has 438 BST, Sandslash has 450 BST.
  2. Ekans has 288 BST, Sandshrew has 300 BST.
FR/LG:
  1. Koffing has 340 BST, Grimer has 325 BST.
  2. Weezing has 490 BST, Muk has 500 BST.
  3. Nidoran Male has 273 BST, Nidoran Female has 275 BST.
  4. Kingler has 475 BST, Seadra has 440 BST.
  5. Krabby has 325 BST, Horsea has 295 BST.
R/B:
  1. Koffing has 340 BST, Grimer has 325 BST.
  2. Weezing has 490 BST, Muk has 500 BST.
  3. Slowbro has 490 BST, Golduck has 500 BST.
  4. Slowpoke 310 BST, Psyduck has 320 BST.
  5. Kingler has 475 BST, Seadra has 440 BST.
  6. Krabby has 325 BST, Horsea has 295 BST.
  7. Cloyster has 525 BST, Starmie has 520 BST.
  8. Shellder has 305 BST, Staryu has 340 BST.
  9. Nidoran Male has 273 BST, Nidoran Female has 275 BST.

 Ability Count(Post-Gen VI count only):
 OR/AS:
  1.  Koffing has one ability, Grimer has three abilities.
  2. Weezing has one Ability, Muk has three Abilities.
X/Y:
N/A

B2/W2:
  1. Meditite has two Abilities, Makuhita has three Abilities.
  2. Hariyama has two Abilities, Medicham has three Abilities.
B/W:
N/A

D/P:

N/A

R/S:
  1. Banette has three Abilities, Dusclops has two Abilities.
  2. Shuppet has three Abilities, Duskull has one Ability.
  3. Koffing has one ability, Grimer has three abilities.
  4. Weezing has one Ability, Muk has three Abilities.
HG/SS:

N/A

G/S:

N/A

FR/LG:
  1. Koffing has one ability, Grimer has three abilities.
  2. Weezing has one Ability, Muk has three Abilities.
 R/B:
  1. Koffing has one ability, Grimer has three abilities.
  2. Weezing has one Ability, Muk has three Abilities.

Types, Typings and Type Counts(Post Gen VI typings only):

OR/AS:
N/A

X/Y:
  1. Zangoose is Normal-type, Seviper is Poison-type.
  2. Beedrill is Bug/Poison-type, Butterfree is Bug/Flying-type. *
  3. Kakuna is Bug/Poison-type, Metapod is Bug-type.
  4. Weedle is Bug/Poison-type, Caterpie is Bug-type.
 B2/W2:
  1. Hariyama is Fighting-type, Medicham is Fighting/Psychic-type.
  2. Makuhita is Fighting-type, Meditite is Fighting/Psychic-type.
  3. Heracross is Bug/Fighting-type, Pinsir is Bug-type.
  4. Escavalier is Bug/Steel-type, Accelgor is Bug-type.*
  5. Garbodor is Poison-type, Cinccino is Normal-type.
  6. Trubbish is Poison-type, Minccino is Normal-type.
  7. Lilligant is Grass-type, Whimsicott is Grass/Fairy-type.
  8. Petilil is Grass-type, Cottonee is Grass/Fairy-type.
 B/W:
  1. Lilligant is Grass-type, Whimsicott is Grass/Fairy-type.
  2. Petilil is Grass-type, Cottonee is Grass/Fairy-type. 
D/P:
  1. Dustox is Bug/Poison, while Beautifly is Bug/Flying.
  2. Mr. Mime is Psychic/Fairy, while Sudowoodo is Rock.
  3. Mime Jr. is Psychic/Fairy, while Bonsly is Rock.
  4.  
 R/S:
N/A

HG/SS:
  1. Sandshrew-line is Ground, Ekans-line is Poison.
  2. Beedrill is Bug/Poison-type, Butterfree is Bug/Flying-type.
  3. Kakuna is Bug/Poison-type, Metapod is Bug-type.
  4. Weedle is Bug/Poison-type, Caterpie is Bug-type.
 G/S:
  1. Sandshrew-line is Ground, Ekans-line is Poison.
  2. Beedrill is Bug/Poison-type, Butterfree is Bug/Flying-type.
  3. Kakuna is Bug/Poison-type, Metapod is Bug-type.
  4. Weedle is Bug/Poison-type, Caterpie is Bug-type
 FR/LG:
  1. Beedrill is Bug/Poison-type, Butterfree is Bug/Flying-type. *
  2. Kakuna is Bug/Poison-type, Metapod is Bug-type.
 R/B:
  1. Starmie is Water/Psychic, Cloyster is Water/Ice.
  2. Slowpoke-line is Water/Psychic, Psyduck-line is Water.

 *These are not wild version counterparts, but rather evolutions of the wild version counterparts.

 Additional notes:
  1. Kingdra has 540 BST and Water/Dragon-type, while Kingler has 475 BST and Water-type.
  2. Mega Banette has 555 BST, while Dusknoir has 525 BST. Dusknoir has two Abilities, while Mega Banette has one.
Edit(05.12.2016): Arbok's BST has been updated to 448.

Colour categories and their respective types

Brown: Rock, Ground

Gray: Steel

White: Normal, Flying

Blue: Dragon, Ice, Water

Red: Fire, Fighting

Green: Bug, Grass

Black: Dark, Ghost

Purple: Poison

Yellow: Electric

Pink: Psychic, Fairy

27 Temmuz 2016 Çarşamba

Let's talk about fan types. Part 10. Rainbow-type.


1. So, what is this type all about?
The idea behind this type is effectively introducing a type that is all types, or at least, most types, at once. This would allow for a species to get STAB from all types, while having only few resistances.

2.Where does this name come from?
The name comes from Rainbow Energy TCG card, which gives energy of all types. Rainbow Energy originally had its unique type symbol.

3. Does this type have an in-game source?
No, but Aurora Beam is rainbow colored, Fire Pledge and Water Pledge create a rainbow when combined, and Signal Beam is shown to be rainbow colored in the animé.

In addition, Rainbow has been a recurring theme of Pokémon, due the franchise's overall color theme.

Most notably, Ho-Oh and Xerneas are known to create rainbows.  4. What would be the ideas behind such a type?
Predominantly multicolored and reflective Pokémon would be on this type. Outside of that, color prisms and different varieties of rainbow and reflection would work.
 
 5. What would be the type interactions of such a type?
 Effectively, this would be like a Pokémon that has all types simultaneously. Logically, for sake of balancing, immunities would likely be ignored.

In addition, Normal-type might be able to resist and hit super effectively against this type, as they are the basic type.
 6. What would be the distribution of such a type?
 Similar to Fairy, this type would be distributed to variety of Pokémon, but largely fast and offensive Pokémon would be ignored, and weak species would put forward.


 7. Future comments:
 Outside of Ho-Oh and Xerneas, several type changing species can be retconned to this type, such as Kecleon, Castform and maybe Arceus, if a Basic Plate for Normal-type were introduced.

A simple C++ damage calculator.


24 Temmuz 2016 Pazar

Missing Dot Badges from Nintendo Badge Arcade:

Generations:
  1. Gen VII
Pokémon Gen VI:
  1. Done
Pokémon Gen II:
  1. Done
Pokémon Gen III:
  1. Done
Pokémon Gen IV:
  1. Done
Pokémon Gen V:
  1. Fighting
Pokémon Gen VII:
  1. Marshadow
  2. Pikachu in a cap forms

Edit: Added August 18th 2016 additions.

Edit 2: Added September 15th 2016 additions.

Edit 3: Added October 27th 2016 additions.

Edit 4: Added January 12th 2017 additions.

Edit 5: Added February 23rd 2017 additions.

Edit 6: Added March 9th 2017 additions.

Edit 7: Added March 23rd 2017 additions.

Edit 8: Added April 6th 2017 additions.

Edit 9: Added April 20th 2017 additions.

Edit 10: Added May 4th 2017 additions.

Edit 11: Added May 11th 2017 additions.

Edit 12: Added May 25th 2017 additions.

21 Temmuz 2016 Perşembe

A few thoughts on the com mon abilities of the newly introduced Pokémon.

-Mudsdale's Own Tempo: Japanese name of Own Tempo is My Pace, which is why it is commonly given to slow but steady Pokémon, such as Slowpoke-line and Numel. This might suggest that it will get Thrash, similar to Zebstrika, a dancing move, similar to Lombre-line and Spinda, Me First, similar to species like Lickilicky, or completely nothing outside of low speed, like Numel.

Alternatively, Own Tempo might be expanded in this generation. This is unlikely, as the ability has been given in all generations since its introduction.

-Bewear's Klutz: Klutz is useful for a single move, Fling. As Bewear has no claws or fangs, it cannot learn any Dark-type move besides Payback or Foul Play.

However, Klutz has also not been given to any Pokémon in Gen VI. So, it might have new toys to work with in Gen VII.

-Bounsweet's Oblivious: Oblivious has been boosted twice, once in Gen IV to block Captivate, and another time in Gen VI to block Taunt. Another boost might be in the way.

 -Bounsweet's Leaf Guard: Leaf Guard is another move that is not given to any Pokémon in Gen VI. A new buff might be on the way, but mostly it just implies Bounsweet's moveset will include Leaf moves.

A few thoughts on Hyper Training

-Some people suspect that Super Training might be removed. If this is the case, it is possible that EV Vitamins' 10 per stat limit might be removed.

-Heritability and characteristics remain an issue. Auraninja of Serebiiforums suggested the characteristics will be based off original IVs, but it is possible that this might also extend to inherited IVs.

-If Super Training is removed, a new method of item grinding might be introduced in the place of Secret Super Training.

-Minmaxing for Hidden Power will be more easy, which makes me wonder if another variant of the move will be introduced.

19 Temmuz 2016 Salı

Version counterparts with contrasting elements

BST(Post Gen VI stats only):

ORAS:
  1. Dragalge has 494 BST, whereas Clawitzer has 500 BST.
  2. Skrelp has 320 BST, Clauncher has 330 BST.
  3. Carracosta has 495 BST, Archeops has 567 BST.
  4. Tirtouga has 355 BST, Archen has 401 BST.
XY:
  1. Slurpuff has 480 BST, Aromatisse has 462 BST.
  2. Liepard has 446 BST, Mightyena has 420 BST.
  3. Purrloin has 281 BST, Poochyena has 220 BST.
  4. Manectric has 475 BST, Houndoom has 500 BST.
  5. Houndour has 330 BST, Electrike has 295 BST.
  6. Tyranitar has 600 BST, Aggron has 540 BST.
  7. Pupitar has 410 BST, Lairon has 430 BST.
  8. Larvitar has 300 BST, Aron has 330 BST.
  9. Cloyster has 525 BST, Starmie has 520 BST.
  10. Shellder has 305 BST, Staryu has 340 BST.
 B2W2:
  1. Duosion has 370 BST, Gothorita has 390 BST.
  2. Electabuzz has 490 BST, Magmar has 495 BST.
  3. Elekid has 360 BST, Magby has 365 BST.
  4. Purugly has 452 BST, Skuntank has 479 BST.
  5. Glameow has 310 BST, Stunky has 329 BST.
  6. Mr. Mime has 460 BST, Sudowoodo has 410 BST.
  7. Mime Jr. has 310 BST, Bonsly has 290 BST.
  8. Camerupt has 460 BST, Grumpig has 470 BST.
  9. Numel has 305 BST, Spoink has 330 BST.
  10. Delcatty has 380 BST, Lopunny has 480 BST.
  11. Skitty has 260 BST, Buneary has 350 BST.
  12. Spinarak has 250 BST, Ledian has 265 BST.
BW:
  1. Duosion has 370 BST, Gothorita has 390 BST
  2. Mismagius has 495 BST, Honchkrow has 505 BST.
  3. Misdreavus has 435 BST, Murkrow has 405 BST.
  4. Mightyena has 420 BST, Houndoom has 500 BST.
  5. Poochyena has 220 BST, Houndour has 330 BST.
  6. Parasect has 405 BST, Breloom has 460 BST.
  7. Paras has 285 BST, Shroomish has 295 BST.
 HGSS:
  1. Swalot has 467 BST, Claydol has 500 BST.
  2. Gulpin has 302 BST, Baltoy has 300 BST.
  3. Delibird has 330 BST, Gligar has 430 BST.
  4. Ninetales has 500 BST, Arcanine has 555 BST.
  5. Vulpix has 299 BST, Growlithe 350 BST.
  6. Persian has 440 BST, Primeape has 455 BST.
  7. Meowth has 290 BST, Mankey has 305 BST. 
  8. Spinarak has 250 BST, Ledian has 265 BST.
Diamond/Pearl:
  1. Purugly has 452 BST, Skuntank has 479 BST.
  2. Glameow has 310 BST, Stunky has 329 BST.
  3. Mismagius has 495 BST, Honchkrow has 505 BST.
  4. Misdreavus has 435 BST, Murkrow has 405 BST.
  5. Shelgon has  420 BST, Pupitar has 410 BST.
  6. Mightyena has 420 BST, Houndoom has 500 BST.
  7. Poochyena has 220 BST, Houndour has 330 BST.
  8. Walrein has 530 BST, Dewgong has 475 BST.
  9. Sealeo has 410 BST, Dewgong has 475 BST.
  10. Spheal has 290 BST, Seel has 325 BST.
  11. Stantler has 465 BST, Kecleon has 440 BST.
  12. Slowbro has 490 BST, Aggron has 540 BST, Lairon has 430 BST.
  13. Slowking has 490 BST, Aggron has 540 BST, Lairon has 430 BST.
  14. Slowpoke has 310 BST, Aron has 330 BST.
FireRed/LeafGreen:
  1. Octillery has 480 BST, Qwilfish has 430 BST.
  2. Remoraid has 300 BST, Qwilfish 430 BST.
  3. Sneasel has 430 BST, Delibird has 330 BST.
  4. Azumarill has 420 BST, Quagsire 430 BST.
  5. Marill has 250 BST, Wooper has 210 BST.
  6. Azurill has 190 BST, Wooper has 210 BST.
  7. Electabuzz has 490 BST, Magmar has 495 BST.
  8. Elekid has 360 BST, Magby has 365 BST.
  9. Cloyster has 525 BST, Starmie has 520 BST.
  10. Shellder has 305 BST, Staryu has 340 BST.
  11. Slowking has 490 BST, Golduck has 500 BST.
  12. Slowbro has 490 BST, Golduck has 500 BST.
  13. Slowpoke 310 BST, Psyduck has 320 BST.
  14. Weepinbell has 390 BST, Gloom has 395 BST.
  15. Bellsprout has 300 BST, Oddish has 320 BST.
  16. Ninetales has 500 BST, Arcanine has 555 BST.
  17. Vulpix has 299 BST, Growlithe 350 BST.
  18. Arbok has 438 BST, Sandslash has 450 BST.
  19. Ekans has 288 BST, Sandshrew has 300 BST.
Gold/Silver:
  1. Delibird has 330 BST, Gligar has 430 BST.
  2. Ninetales has 500 BST, Arcanine has 555 BST.
  3. Vulpix has 299 BST, Growlithe 350 BST.
  4. Persian has 440 BST, Primeape has 455 BST.
  5. Meowth has 290 BST, Mankey has 305 BST. 
  6. Spinarak has 250 BST, Ledian has 265 BST. 
Red/Blue:
  1. Weepinbell has 390 BST, Gloom has 395 BST.
  2. Bellsprout has 300 BST, Oddish has 320 BST.
  3. Ninetales has 500 BST, Arcanine has 555 BST.
  4. Vulpix has 299 BST, Growlithe 350 BST.
  5. Arbok has 438 BST, Sandslash has 450 BST.
  6. Ekans has 288 BST, Sandshrew has 300 BST.
  7. Persian has 440 BST, Primeape has 455 BST.
  8. Meowth has 290 BST, Mankey has 305 BST. 
  9. Electabuzz has 490 BST, Magmar has 495 BST.
Ability Count(Post-Gen VI count only):

ORAS:
  1. Clauncher and Clawitzer have 1 ability, Skrelp/Dragalge have three.
  2. Archen and Archeops have 1 ability, Tirtouga/Carracosta have three.

XY:
  1. Clauncher and Clawitzer have 1 ability, Skrelp/Dragalge have three.
  2. Aron, Lairon, Aggron have three abilities, Larvitar and Tyranitar have two abilities, Pupitar has one.
  3. Kabuto-line and Omanyte-line have three abilities, Lileep-line and Anorith-line have two abilities. 
B2W2:
N/A

BW:
  1.  Murkrow and Honchkrow have three abilities, Misdreavus and Mismagius have one ability.
HGSS:
  1. Gulpin and Swalot have three abilities, Baltoy and Claydol have one ability.
  2. Phanpy and Donphan have two abilities, Teddiursa and Ursaring have three abilities.
  3. Vulpix and Ninetales have two abilities, Arcanine and Growlithe have three abilities.
Diamond/Pearl:
  1. Pupitar has one ability, Shelgon has two abilities.
  2. Murkrow and Honchkrow have three abilities, Misdreavus and Mismagius have one ability.
  3. Stantler has three abilities, Kecleon has one ability.
FireRed/LeafGreen:
  1. Murkrow has three abilities, Misdreavus has one ability.
  2. Vulpix and Ninetales have two abilities, Arcanine and Growlithe have three abilities.
  3. Sandshrew and Sandslash have two abilities, Arbok and Ekans have three abilities.
Ruby/Sapphire:
N/A

Gold/Silver:
  1.  Vulpix and Ninetales have two abilities, Arcanine and Growlithe have three abilities.
Red/Blue:
  1. Vulpix and Ninetales have two abilities, Arcanine and Growlithe have three abilities.
  2. Sandshrew and Sandslash have two abilities, Arbok and Ekans have three abilities.


Types, Typings and Type Counts(Post Gen VI typings only):

ORAS:
  1. Clauncher and Clawitzer are both Water-type, whereas Skrelp is Poison/Water and Dragalge is Poison/Dragon.
  2. Zekrom is Dragon/Electric, whereas Reshiram is Dragon/Fire.
  3. Thundurus is Electric/Flying, whereas Tornadus is Flying.
  4. Tirtouga/Carracosta are Water/Rock, whereas Archen/Archeops is Rock/Flying.
  5. Dialga is Steel/Dragon, whereas Palkia is Water/Dragon.
  6. Cranidos/Rampardos are Rock-type, whereas Shieldon and Bastiodon are Rock/Steel.
  7. Groudon is Ground-type, Kyogre is Water-type. Primal Kyogre is Water-type, whereas Primal Groudon is Ground/Fire-type.
  8. Zangoose is Normal-type, Seviper is Poison-type.
  9. Sableye is Dark/Ghost, Mawile is Steel/Fairy.
  10. Lotad-line is Water/Grass, Seedot is Grass, Nuzleaf and Shiftry are Grass/Dark.
  11. Lugia is Psychic/Flying, Ho-Oh is Fire/Flying.
XY:
  1. Yveltal is Dark/Flying, whereas Xerneas is Fairy.
  2. Clauncher and Clawitzer are both Water-type, whereas Skrelp is Poison/Water and Dragalge is Poison/Dragon.
  3. Kabuto-line, Omanyte-line are Rock/Water, Anorith-line is Rock/Bug, Lileep-line is Rock/Grass.
  4. Electrike-line is Electric, Houndour-line is Dark/Fire.
  5. Larvitar and Pupitar are Rock/Ground, Tyranitar is Rock/Dark, Aron-line is Steel/Rock.
  6. Heracross is Bug/Fighting, Pinsir is Bug. Mega Heracross is Bug/Fighting, Mega Pinsir is Bug/Flying.
  7. Mega Mewtwo Y is Psychic, Mega Mewtwo X is Psychic/Fighting. 
  8. Cloyster is Water/Ice, Starmie is Water/Psychic.
  9. Mega Charizard Y is Fire/Flying, Mega Charizard X is Fire/Dragon.
B2W2:
  1. Zekrom is Dragon/Electric, whereas Reshiram is Dragon/Fire.
  2. Rufflet-line is Normal/Flying, Vullaby-line is Dark/Flying.
  3. Petilil-line is Grass, Cottonee-line is Grass/Fairy.
  4. Mr. Mime and Mime Jr. are Psychic/Fairy, Bonsly/Sudowoodo are Rock.
  5. Glameow/Purugly are Normal, Stunky/Skuntank are Poison/Dark.
  6. Regice is Ice-type, Registeel is Steel-type.
  7. Numel-line is Fire/Ground, Spoink-line is Psychic.
  8. Ledyba-line is Bug/Flying, Spinarak is Bug/Poison.
  9. Pinsir is Bug, Heracross is Bug/Fighting.
  10. Weedle-line is Bug/Poison, Butterfree is Bug/Flying, Kakuna and Weedle are Bug.
  11. Magby-line is Fire, Elekid-line is Electric.
 BW:
  1. Zekrom is Dragon/Electric, whereas Reshiram is Dragon/Fire.
  2. Thundurus is Electric/Flying, whereas Tornadus is Flying.
  3. Rufflet-line is Normal/Flying, Vullaby-line is Dark/Flying.
  4. Petilil-line is Grass, Cottonee-line is Grass/Fairy.
  5. Misdreavus-line is Ghost, Murkrow-line is Dark/Flying.
  6. Poochyena-line is Dark, Houndour-line is Dark/Fire.
  7. Paras-line is Bug/Grass, Shroomish is Grass, Breloom is Grass/Fighting.
  8. Weedle-line is Bug/Poison, Butterfree is Bug/Flying, Kakuna and Weedle are Bug.
 HGSS:
  1. Groudon is Ground-type, Kyogre is Water-type. 
  2. Gulpin-line is Poison, Baltoy-line is Ground/Psychic.
  3. Sableye is Dark/Ghost, Mawile is Steel/Fairy.
  4. Skarmory is Steel/Flying, Mantine is Water/Flying.
  5. Delibird is Ice/Flying, Gligar is Ground/Flying.
  6. Teddiursa-line is Normal, Phanpy-line is Ground.
  7. Meowth-line is Normal, Mankey-line is Fighting.
  8. Ledyba-line is Bug/Flying, Spinarak-line is Bug/Poison.
 Diamond/Pearl:
  1.  Dialga is Steel/Dragon, whereas Palkia is Water/Dragon.
  2.  Glameow/Purugly are Normal, Stunky/Skuntank are Poison/Dark.
  3.  Misdreavus-line is Ghost, Murkrow-line is Dark/Flying.
  4.  Cranidos/Rampardos are Rock-type, whereas Shieldon and Bastiodon are Rock/Steel.
  5. Bagon/Shelgon are Dragon-type, Salamence is Dragon/Flying, Larvitar and Pupitar are Rock/Ground, Tyranitar is Rock/Dark.
  6. Spheal-line is Ice/Water, Seel is Water, Dewgong is Water/Ice.
  7. Houndour-line is Dark/Fire, Poochyena-line is Dark.
  8. Pinsir is Bug, Scyther is Bug/Flying, Scizor is Bug/Steel. 
  9. Slowpoke-line is Water/Psychic, Aron-line is Steel/Rock.
 FireRed/LeafGreen:
  1. Mantine is Water/Flying, Skarmory is Steel/Flying.
  2. Remoraid/Octillery is Water, Qwilfish is Water/Poison.
  3. Sneasel is Dark/Ice, Delibird Ice/Flying.
  4. Misdreavus is Ghost, Murkrow is Dark/Flying.
  5. Azurill is Normal/Fairy, Marill/Azumarill is Water/Fairy, Wooper-line is Water/Ground.
  6. Pinsir is Bug, Scyther/Scizor is Bug/Flying or Bug/Steel.
  7. Magby-line is Fire, Elekid-line is Electric.
  8. Starmie is Water/Psychic, Cloyster is Water/Ice.
  9. Slowpoke-line is Water/Psychic, Psyduck-line is Water.
  10. Bellsprout-line is Grass/Poison, Oddish-line is Grass/Poison, except Bellossom, which is Grass.
  11. Sandshrew-line is Ground, Ekans-line is Poison.
 Ruby/Sapphire:
  1. Groudon is Ground-type, Kyogre is Water-type.
  2. Zangoose is Normal-type, Seviper is Poison-type.
  3. Sableye is Dark/Ghost, Mawile is Steel/Fairy.
  4. Lotad-line is Water/Grass, Seedot is Grass, Nuzleaf and Shiftry are Grass/Dark.
 Gold/Silver:
  1. Skarmory is Steel/Flying, Mantine is Water/Flying.
  2. Delibird is Ice/Flying, Gligar is Ground/Flying.
  3. Teddiursa-line is Normal, Phanpy-line is Ground.
  4. Meowth-line is Normal, Mankey-line is Fighting.
  5. Ledyba-line is Bug/Flying, Spinarak-line is Bug/Poison.
Red/Blue:
  1. Pinsir is Bug, Scyther/Scizor is Bug/Flying or Bug/Steel.
  2. Magmar is Fire, Electabuzz is Electric.
  3. Meowth-line is Normal, Mankey-line is Fighting.
  4. Sandshrew-line is Ground, Ekans-line is Poison.

Edit(05.12.2016):
  1. Arbok's BST has been updated to 448.
  2. Ariados' BST has been updated to 400, while Ledian remains in 390.
  3. Mantine's BST has been updated to 485, while Skarmory remains in 465.
  4. Delcatty's BST has been updated to 400, while Lopunny remains 480.
  5. Qwilfish's BST has been updated to 440, while Remorad/Octillery remain the same.



15 Temmuz 2016 Cuma

Preliminary thoughts on weight and height of Pokémon(repost from Tumblr)

My current stream consciousness related to the weights and heights of Pokémon:
Overall:
-Very few species do not change their stats upon evolution, and very few of them go backwards.
-Thus, heights and weights reflect the species in-game role, stage and stats.
-Species that are meant to be equivalent of a stage tend to have stats match to that. Tyrantrum, Noivern, Aurorus and Probopass all have stats comparable to a third stage, both in BST, but also in height and weight. Yanma, Munchlax, Tentacool have stats comparable to a second stage, though barely in BST for Tentacool.
-Heights and weights have clearly determined the pre-evolutions and evolutions, as only species that could logically get one of them has gotten them. Porygon-line is an exception, though, since Z is a restated version of 2, and 2 was meant to be a smoother version of OG gon, so its lighter and smaller.
Yes, this also means some of the existing species can totally get evos, prevos etc. but only in theory since post-Eviolite no new stages have been introduced, but new side stages have(Sylveon)
-Similar to above, some species have odd trivia in their height and weight. Honedge’s statistic match real scabbards/executioner swords, and Mega Metagross is roughly heavy as a Metagross with another deformed Metagross strapped on back, which is what Mega Gross essentially is.

Heights:
-Almost all evolutionary lines are the double of their previous stage’s height, give or take 0.2 metres.
-The few that change more drastically also have drastic BST changes. Noibat to Noivern is a good example.
-Height of the Pokémon is dependent on the body style classification it seems. Species that change body styles have odd differences, because their height is calculated differently. Some don’t, however, for example, Lickilicky is tailless in its dex category but its height reflects its tail.
-Similar body types are differentiated if the evolution has horns. Rapidash and Sawsbuck have significant differences due to this.

Weight:
-Weights are completely honorary. They are not meant to be realistic. Instead, they reflect the stats or the value of Pokémon. This is likely because in bug wrestling competitions, Pokémon’s inspiration, heavier bug is almost always objectively better because it cannot be lifted, so their fictional counterparts are also determined by their weight.
-Stone evolutions and Megas do not differentiate from their base forms much.
-Certain generations have odd means of weighing Pokémon, depending on how they consider species. Sinnoh has heaviest base forms for its early game mons, because it is meant to be “the ultimate generation”, so the base forms are the ultimate(read: heaviest) base forms. Kalos and Unova Pokémon are meant to have their bases as mostly infants, so they are light, with Kalosians being lighter than Unovans. Unova and Hoenn have very heavy final species because they were light retcons, which attempted to make their new species significant.
-Third stages change drastically, because they are “the most perfect” forms. Second stages change drastically for Unovan Pokémon because they were meant to be competitively viable with Eviolite, but other generations do not do this, because they were meant to be transitional stages, thus shit. Though Hoenn mid-stages are a bit heavier to reflect the heavier second stages.
-Second stages gain a lot of weight, but not drastically(about double to five times of the original). Most drastic changes occur for odd generation species. Second stage starters have weight equivalent to these species. Pseudos are heavier, mostly(except Sliggoo and Dragonair who are very light to swim on surface of water).
-Later the species obtained the heavier, though mid-game mons tend to be heavier than late-game mons in their base forms for some reason.
-Cute mons are very light. Cinccino and Azumarill are not too different from their pre-evolution, even though Azumarill is a fatass. Cute legends also reflect this.
-Lore matters a lot. Floating and Flying species are very light, with more acrobatic evolutions like Venomoth and Gliscor being lighter than their pre-evolutions. Terrestial species are heavy. Glutton species and defensive species gain a lot of weight in all forms.
-Types matter a lot. Ground, Dragon, Steel, Rock and Ice are the heaviest, Fire, Electric are mediocre, Fairy, Bug and Flying are very light. Skrelp and Seadra gain significant amount of weight after their type change.
-The item hold by the species is reflected. Mega Sableye and Komala get their weight from their items.

2 Temmuz 2016 Cumartesi

Thoughts on Sun and Moon so far, July 2nd


New Pokémon:

Rockruff: The recent blurb definitely makes me think this will be two staged. It will obviously not keep its current abilities, just like how Lillipup doesn't(they share the species category, after all) but it might replace Vital Spirit by Insomnia rather than something completely different.

Its blurb:

"Iwanko looks cute, but is really gutsy: No matter how much it gets beaten it'll keep standing up to its enemies until it beats them."

is the same as Rufflet and Taillow's, confirming that it is physically offensively oriented with decent speed, and will likely have Sheer Force, Guts, Scrappy or Hustle as its HA.

Due to the attention it gets, it will likely be a main Pokémon in the series.

Komala: It's blurb and artwork seems to imply that it will be the Pancham/Teddiursa/Cubchoo of this generation, with its parents being common wild Pokémon in games and animé, and its pre-evolution being heavily marketed.

It will obviously be two staged. It is already 20 kgs, making it very heavy(due to its log).

Pikipek: Its' blurb confirms it will get Bullet Seed, which will likely be its only Grass move.

As it will be three staged, its final evolution will certainly be another predatory bird. Such a shame, because it would make the perfect Sap Sipper abuser.

It will likely get Fury Attack and a multi-hit flying move. It will probably remain UU/RU, however.

It will likely get a new type upon evolution, which should be revealed soon. Its final BST can be anything from 490 to 510.

Yungoos: It will likely not get any fang moves besides Crunch and Bite during the level-up period. Its HA will likely be Gluttony or Anger Point.

Its evolution will likely become part Dark. Its BST will be traditional 420 something. It will likely be a good competitive and in-game Pokémon, but be a terrible HM slave, having access to only Cut, Rock Smash and Strength.

Grubbin-Charjabug-Vikavolt: This will likely be pain to level-up, as its evolutions appear in high levels in the Japanese trailers.

Charjabug looks like it will have competitive stats, that is, around 420 BST, which will be very good with Eviolite. Battery will likely be exclusive to it, as its Japanese name is written the same as its species category.
Battery will likely be a Specially oriented Friend Guard, boosting allies by %25. Charjabug seems to be physically oriented as opposed to special Vikavolt, similar to Larvesta and Zweilous.

Vikavolt will be specially oriented and have a great Special Attack stat. Its stat total will be either 500 or higher, probably around 500-535. Its moves will likely revolve around cannon moves such as Flash Cannon and beam moves such as Signal Beam.

As the line has access to Levitate and a unique ability, they won't have any HA initially. Grubbin will likely have Sticky Web, giving the line the access to all niches Galvantula previously had.

Drampa: It will likely be specially oriented with decent Attack stat. Its special move will likely be Tri Attack, rather than Hyper Voice, or something new entirely.

The line might have some Grass moves like Energy Ball due to its association with Azure Dragon, and moves such as Dragon Dance due its origins from Chinese Dragon Dances. It might get Coil, as it is obviously a serpent.

It will likely be either a single stage Pokémon with 490 BST, a special two stage Pokémon with 550+ BST, or a three stage Pokémon with 530 BST. I thought it might be weaksauce three stager, but since it might have 106 Sp. Attack, that doesn't seem to be the case.

Bruxish: A single stage Pokémon that will likely have the traditional 460 BST, this fish will likely be dual offensive, having good Sp. Attack and Attack. Its HA might be Hydration(Moist Body to match its Vivid Body/Dazzling ability) or Swift Swim(to give it good speed). It might also be Intimidate, considering its blurb.

As its outgrowth is not recognized as a pearl, it will likely not get Power Gem. That's sad.

It will likely some new fang moves alongside Yungoos. Its primary purpose will be to give the Water 2 egg group tons of new toys to enjoy, however.

Cutiefly: It will likely be either late bloomer two stager, or a late bloomer three stager. Its BST will likely be lower than Vikavolt's, and be around 470-490 range or 490-510 range, depending on how much stages it will have.

Its primary ability will not be retained. Its secondary ability Shield Dust implies a moth or butterfly evolution. lemoncatpower from Serebiiforums suggested hummingbird hawk-moth as its final evolution, though it might have cocoon middle stage.

Its moves will likely invoke wind, meaning that it will get at least two of the Air Cutter, Air Slash or Hurricane, and it will likely have access to Quiver Dance. Due its blurb, it might have access to Pulse moves, or get a completely new Pulse move that is Bug or Fairy.

Its HA will likely be something worthless like Swarm.

Togedemaru: This guy will likely be available later on the game, just like all Pikaclones. Its stats will likely be somewhat closer to Emolga's and Pachirisu's, and have a mediocre Special Attack. It will likely be Dedenne and have no special Steel moves, instead relying on Gyro Ball, which will be worthless on its due to its speed and incredibly low attack.

Its additional moves will be Spikes, Pin Missile and Defense Curl. Its HA will likely be another Electric ability or even Battery.

Tapu Kako: Pretty much confirmed to be late-game, this guy will likely have the traditional 580 BST lower legendaries have. Due to its ability, it will not have access to Electric Terrain, much like Weather Trio.

It will likely merge with other guardians to create something that will rival Zygarde. It might get Stance Change as its HA.

Nature's Madness will be available to all guardians.

New Abilities:

All abilities will not be distributed to existing Pokémon, unless secondary HAs are introduced. Since this is an odd generation, there won't be any Ability retcons, besides Zygarde and maybe Ferroseed. This means that all abilities will be wasted on these new Pokémon, until the Mega Evolutions with these abilities are introduced.