Rockruff, #744 – Puppy Pokémon

It's considered to be a good Pokémon for beginners because of its friendliness, but its disposition grows rougher as it grows up. This Pokémon has lived with people since times long ago. It can sense when its Trainer is in the dumps and will stick close by its Trainer's side. Type: Rock Category: Puppy Ability: Keen … Continue reading Rockruff, #744 – Puppy Pokémon


Ribombee, #743 – Bee Fly Pokémon

It rolls up pollen into puffs. It makes many different varieties, some used as food and others used in battle. Some of Ribombee's pollen puffs are highly nutritious. They are sometimes sold as supplements. Type: Bug/Fairy Category: Bee Fly Ability: Shield Dust, which blocks the additional effects of attacks taken. Or Honey Gather, where the Pokémon … Continue reading Ribombee, #743 – Bee Fly Pokémon

Cutiefly, #742 – Bee Fly Pokémon

It feeds on the nectar and pollen of flowers. Because it's able to sense auras, it can identify which flowers are about to bloom. Myriads of Cutiefly flutter above the heads of people who have auras resembling those of flowers. Type: Bug/Fairy Category: Bee Fly Ability: Shield Dust, which blocks the additional effects of attacks taken. … Continue reading Cutiefly, #742 – Bee Fly Pokémon

Oricorio, #741 – Dancing Pokémon

Baile Style It beats its wings together to create fire. As it moves in the steps of its beautiful dance, it bathes opponents in intense flames. This Oricorio has sipped red nectar. Its passionate dance moves cause its enemies to combust in both body and mind. Type: Fire/Flying Category: Dancing Ability: Dancer, where when another Pokémon … Continue reading Oricorio, #741 – Dancing Pokémon

Crabominable, #740 – Woolly Crab Pokémon

It aimed for the top but got lost and ended up on a snowy mountain. Being forced to endure the cold, this Pokémon evolved and grew fur. It just throws punches indiscriminately. In times of desperation, it can lop off its own pincers and fire them like rockets. Type: Fighting/Ice Category: Woolly Crab Ability: Hyper Cutter, which … Continue reading Crabominable, #740 – Woolly Crab Pokémon

Crabrawler, #739 – Boxing Pokémon

While guarding its weak points with its pincers, it looks for an opening and unleashes punches. When it loses, it foams at the mouth and faints. It punches so much, its pincers often come off from overuse, but they grow back quickly. What little meat they contain is rich and delicious. Type: Fighting Category: Boxing Ability: Hyper … Continue reading Crabrawler, #739 – Boxing Pokémon

Vikavolt, #738 – Stag Beetle Pokémon

It zips around, on sharp lookout for an opening. It concentrates electrical energy within its large jaws and uses it to zap its enemies. It produces electricity via an electrical organ in its abdomen. It overwhelms bird Pokémon with shocking beams of electrical energy. Type: Bug/Electric Category: Stag Beetle Ability: Levitate, which gives full immunity to all … Continue reading Vikavolt, #738 – Stag Beetle Pokémon

Charjabug, #737 – Battery Pokémon

Its body is capable of storing electricity. On camping trips, people are grateful to have one around. From the food it digests, it generates electricity, and it stores this energy in its electric sac. Type: Bug/Electric Category: Battery Ability: Battery, which powers up ally Pokémon's special moves. Hidden Ability: None Weaknesses: Fire and Rock Resistances: Electric, Fighting, Grass and Steel … Continue reading Charjabug, #737 – Battery Pokémon

Grubbin, #736 – Larva Pokémon

Its strong jaw enables it to scrape trees and slurp out the sap. It normally lives underground. They often gather near places frequented by electric Pokémon in order to avoid being attacked by bird Pokémon. Type: Bug Category: Larva Ability: Swarm, which powers up Bug-type moves when the Pokémon is in trouble. Hidden Ability: None Weaknesses: Flying, Rock … Continue reading Grubbin, #736 – Larva Pokémon

Gumshoos, #735 – Stakeout Pokémon

When it finds a trace of its prey, it patiently stakes out the location...but it's always snoozing by nightfall. It adores having Rattata and Raticate for dinner, but as it's diurnal, it never encounters them. This Pokémon boasts incredible patience. Type: Normal Category: Stakeout Ability: Strong Jaw, where the Pokémon's strong jaw gives it tremendous biting power. … Continue reading Gumshoos, #735 – Stakeout Pokémon