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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.

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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.