Pignite, #499 – Fire Pig Pokémon

The more it eats, the more fuel it has to make the fire in its stomach stronger. This fills it with even more power. When its internal fire flares up, its movements grow sharper and faster. When in trouble, it emits smoke. Type: Fire/Fighting Category: Fire Pig Ability: Blaze, which powers up Fire-type moves when the Pokemon … Continue reading Pignite, #499 – Fire Pig Pokémon

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Tepig, #498 – Fire Pig Pokémon

It can deftly dodge its foe's attacks while shooting fireballs from its nose. It roasts berries before it eats them. It loves to eat roasted berries, but sometimes it gets too excited and burns them to a crisp. Type: Fire Category: Fire Pig Ability: Blaze, which powers up Fire-type moves when the Pokemon is in trouble. Hidden … Continue reading Tepig, #498 – Fire Pig Pokémon

Mamoswine, #473 – Twin Tusk Pokémon

A frozen Mamoswine was dug from ice dating back 10,000 years. This Pokémon has been around a long, long, long time. Its impressive tusks are made of ice. The population thinned when it turned warm after the ice age. Type: Ice/Ground Category: Twin Tusk Ability: Oblivious, which keeps the Pokemon from being infatuated or falling for taunts. … Continue reading Mamoswine, #473 – Twin Tusk Pokémon

Munchlax, #446 – Big Eater Pokémon

It hides food under its long body hair. However, it forgets it has hidden the food. It conceals food under the long fur on its body. It carts around this food stash and swallows it without chewing. Type: Normal Category: Big Eater Ability: Pickup, where the Pokemon may pick up items. Or Thick Fat, which boosts … Continue reading Munchlax, #446 – Big Eater Pokémon

Purugly, #432 – Tiger Cat Pokémon

It would claim another Pokémon's nest as its own if it finds a nest sufficiently comfortable. To make itself appear intimidatingly beefy, it tightly cinches its waist with its twin tails. Type: Normal Category: Tiger Cat Ability: Thick Fat, which boosts resistance to Fire and Ice-type moves. Or Own Tempo, which prevents the Pokemon from becoming … Continue reading Purugly, #432 – Tiger Cat Pokémon

Walrein, #365 – Ice Break Pokémon

Walrein's two massively developed tusks can totally shatter blocks of ice weighing 10 tons with one blow. This Pokémon's thick coat of blubber insulates it from subzero temperatures. Walrein swims all over in frigid seawater while crushing icebergs with its grand, imposing tusks. Its thick layer of blubber makes enemy attacks bounce off harmlessly. Type: … Continue reading Walrein, #365 – Ice Break Pokémon

Sealeo, #364 – Ball Roll Pokémon

Sealeo has the habit of always juggling on the tip of its nose anything it sees for the first time. This Pokémon occasionally entertains itself by balancing and rolling a Spheal on its nose. Sealeo often balances and rolls things on the tip of its nose. While the Pokémon is rolling something, it checks the … Continue reading Sealeo, #364 – Ball Roll Pokémon

Spheal, #363 – Clap Pokémon

Spheal is much faster rolling than walking to get around. When groups of this Pokémon eat, they all clap at once to show their pleasure. Because of this, their mealtimes are noisy. Spheal always travels by rolling around on its ball-like body. When the season for ice floes arrives, this Pokémon can be seen rolling … Continue reading Spheal, #363 – Clap Pokémon

Grumpig, #326 – Manipulate Pokémon

Grumpig uses the black pearls on its body to amplify its psychic power waves for gaining total control over its foe. When this Pokémon uses its special power, its snorting breath grows labored. Grumpig uses the black pearls on its body to wield its fantastic powers. When it is doing so, it dances bizarrely. This … Continue reading Grumpig, #326 – Manipulate Pokémon

Spoink, #325 – Bounce Pokémon

Spoink bounces around on its tail. The shock of its bouncing makes its heart pump. As a result, this Pokémon cannot afford to stop bouncing—if it stops, its heart will stop. Spoink keeps a pearl on top of its head. The pearl functions to amplify this Pokémon's psychokinetic powers. It is therefore on a constant … Continue reading Spoink, #325 – Bounce Pokémon