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Pokedex - ΩRAS

Contents
How to Read
Abilities
Pokedex

4
5
19

Starters--001. BULBASAUR 20
002. IVYSAUR
21
003. VENUSAUR
22
004. CHIKORITA
23
005. BAYLEEF
24
006. MEGANIUM 25
007. TREECKO
26
008. GROVYLE
27
009. SCEPTILE
28
010. TURTWIG
29
011. GROTLE
30
012. TORTERRA
31
013. SNIVY
32
014. SERVINE
33
015. SERPERIOR
34
016. CHESPIN
35
017. QUILLADIN 36
018. CHESNAUGHT 37
019. CHARMANDER 38
020. CHARMELEON 39
021. CHARIZARD 40
022. CYNDAQUIL 41
023. QUILAVA
42
024. TYPHLOSION 43
025. TORCHIC
44
026. COMBUSKEN 45
027. BLAZIKEN
46
028. CHIMCHAR
47
029. MONFERNO 48
030. INFERNAPE
49
031. TEPIG
50
032. PIGNITE
51
033. EMBOAR
52
034. FENNEKIN
53
035. BRAIXEN
54
036. DELPHOX
55
037. SQUIRTLE
56
038. WARTORTLE 57
039. BLASTOISE
58
040. TOTODILE
59
041. CROCONAW 60
042. FERALIGATR 61
043. MUDKIP
62
044. MARSHTOMP 63
045. SWAMPERT
64
046. PIPLUP
65
047. PRINPLUP
66
048. EMPOLEON
67
049. OSHAWOTT 68
050. DEWOTT
69
051. SAMUROTT 70
052. FROAKIE
71
053. FROGADIER 72
054. GRENINJA
73
Three-Stage Families--055. CATERPIE
74
056. METAPOD
75
057. BUTTERFREE 76
058. WEEDLE
77
059. KAKUNA
78
060. BEEDRILL
79
061. SEWADDLE
80
062. SWADLOON 81
063. LEAVANNY
82
064. VENIPEDE
83
065. WHIRLPEDE 84
066. SCOLIPEDE
85
067. SCATTERBUG 86
068. SPEWPA
87
069. VIVILLON
88
070. WURMPLE
89
071. SILCOON
90

072. BEAUTIFLY
073. CASCOON
074. DUSTOX
075. PIDGEY
076. PIDGEOTTO
077. PIDGEOT
078. STARLY
079. STARAVIA
080. STARAPTOR
081. PIDOVE
082. TRANQUILL
083. UNFEZANT
084. FLETCHLING
085. FLETCHLING
086. TALONFLAME
087. NIDORAN (F)
088. NIDORINA
089. NIDOQUEEN
090. NIDORAN (M)
091. NIDORINO
092. NIDOKING
093. ZUBAT
094. GOLBAT
095. CROBAT
096. IGGLYBUFF
097. JIGGLYPUFF
098. WIGGLYTUFF
099. HAPPINY
100. CHANSEY
101. BLISSEY
102. WHISMUR
103. LOUDRED
104. EXPLOUD
105. LILLIPUP
106. HERDIER
107. STOUTLAND
108. PORYGON
109. PORYGON2
110. PORYGON Z
111. SLAKOTH
112. VIGOROTH
113. SLAKING
114. ODDISH
115. GLOOM
116. VILEPLUME
117. BELLOSSOM
118. BELLSPROUT
119. WEEPINBELL
120. VICTREEBEL
121. HOPPIP
122. SKIPLOOM
123. JUMPLUFF
124. LOTAD
125. LOMBRE
126. LUDICOLO
127. SEEDOT
128. NUZLEAF
129. SHIFTRY
130. BUDEW
131. ROSELIA
132. ROSERADE
133. PICHU
134. PIKACHU
135. RAICHU
136. MAGNEMITE
137. MAGNETON
138. MAGNEZONE
139. MAREEP
140. FLAAFFY
141. AMPHAROS
142. SHINX
143. LUXIO
144. LUXRAY
145. TYNAMO
146. EELEKTRIK
147. EELEKTROSS
148. ELEKID
149. ELECTABUZZ
150. ELECTIVIRE
151. MAGBY

91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170

152. MAGMAR
171
153. MAGMORTAR 172
154. POLIWAG
173
155. POLIWHIRL 174
156. POLIWRATH 175
157. POLITOED
176
158. AZURILL
177
159. MARILL
178
160. AZUMARILL 179
161. TYMPOLE
180
162. PALPITOAD
181
163. SEISMITOAD 182
164. HORSEA
183
165. SEADRA
184
166. KINGDRA
185
167. SPHEAL
186
168. SEALEO
187
169. WALREIN
188
170. VANILLITE 189
171. VANILLISH
190
172. VANILLUXE
191
173. RALTS
192
174. KIRLIA
193
175. GARDEVOIR 194
176. GALLADE
195
177. ABRA
196
178. KADABRA
197
179. ALAKAZAM 198
180. GOTHITA
199
181. GOTHORITA 200
182. GOTHITELLE 201
183. SOLOSIS
202
184. DUOSION
203
185. REUNICLUS
204
186. MACHOP
205
187. MACHOKE 206
188. MACHAMP 207
189. TIMBURR
208
190. GURDURR
209
191. CONKELDURR 210
192. GEODUDE
211
193. GRAVELER
212
194. GOLEM
213
195. ROGGENROLA 214
196. BOLDORE
215
197. GIGALITH
216
198. RHYHORN
217
199. RHYDON
218
200. RHYPERIOR 219
201. SWINUB
220
202. PILOSWINE 221
203. MAMOSWINE 222
204. SANDILE
223
205. KROKOROK 224
206. KROOKODILE 225
207. ARON
226
208. LAIRON
227
209. AGGRON
228
210. KLINK
229
211. KLANG
230
212. KLINKLANG 231
213. GASTLY
232
214. HAUNTER
233
215. GENGAR
234
216. DUSKULL
235
217. DUSCLOPS
236
218. DUSKNOIR
237
219. LITWICK
238
220. LAMPENT
239
221. CHANDELURE 240
222. HONEDGE
241
223. DOUBLADE
242
224. AEGISLASH
243
225. TRAPINCH
244
226. VIBRAVA
245
227. FLYGON
246
228. AXEW
247
229. FRAXURE
248
230. HAXORUS
249
231. CLEFFA
250

232. CLEFAIRY
233. CLEFABLE
234. TOGEPI
235. TOGETIC
236. TOGEKISS
237. FLABÉBÉ
238. FLOETTE
239. FLORGES

251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258

Two-Stage Families--240. RATTATA
259
241. RATICATE
260
242. SENTRET
261
243. FURRET
262
244. ZIGZAGOON 263
245. LINOONE
264
246. BIDOOF
265
247. BIBAREL
266
248. PATRAT
267
249. WATCHOG
268
250. BUNNELBY
269
251. DIGGERSBY
270
252. MEOWTH
271
253. PERSIAN
272
254. SKITTY
273
255. DELCATTY
274
256. GLAMEOW
275
257. PURUGLY
276
258. MINCCINO
277
259. CINCCINO
278
260. BUNEARY
279
261. LOPUNNY
280
262. AIPOM
281
263. AMBIPOM
282
264. DEERLING
283
265. SAWSBUCK
284
266. TEDDIURSA 285
267. URSARING
286
268. LICKITUNG 287
269. LICKILICKY 288
270. MUNCHLAX 289
271. SNORLAX
290
272. BURMY
291
273. WORMADAM 292
274. MOTHIM
293
275. NINCADA
294
276. NINJASK
295
277. SHEDINJA
296
278. PARAS
297
279. PARASECT
298
280. VENONAT
299
281. VENOMOTH 300
282. LEDYBA
301
283. LEDIAN
302
284. SPINARAK
303
285. ARIADOS
304
286. YANMA
305
287. YANMEGA
306
288. PINECO
307
289. FORRETRESS 308
290. SURSKIT
309
291. MASQUERAIN 310
292. KRICKETOT 311
293. KRICKETUNE 312
294. COMBEE
313
295. VESPIQUEN 314
296. DWEBBLE
315
297. CRUSTLE
316
298. KARRABLAST 317
299. ESCAVALIER 318
300. SHELMET
319
301. ACCELGOR
320
302. JOLTIK
321
303. GALVANTULA 322
304. SCYTHER
323
305. SCIZOR
324
306. LARVESTA
325
307. VOLCARONA 326
308. SPEAROW
327
309. FEAROW
328

310. DODUO
329
311. DODRIO
330
312. HOOTHOOT 331
313. NOCTOWL
332
314. TAILLOW
333
315. SWELLOW
334
316. RUFFLET
335
317. BRAVIARY
336
318. SWABLU
337
319. ALTARIA
338
320. EKANS
339
321. ARBOK
340
322. STUNKY
341
323. SKUNTANK
342
324. GRIMER
343
325. MUK
344
326. KOFFING
345
327. WEEZING
346
328. GULPIN
347
329. SWALOT
348
330. TRUBBISH
349
331. GARBODOR 350
332. SKORUPI
351
333. DRAPION
352
334. CROAGUNK 353
335. TOXICROAK 354
336. SKRELP
355
337. DRAGALGE
356
338. SANDSHREW 357
339. SANDSLASH 358
340. DIGLETT
359
341. DUGTRIO
360
342. CUBONE
361
343. MAROWAK
362
344. GLIGAR
363
345. GLISCOR
364
346. PHANPY
365
347. DONPHAN
366
348. BALTOY
367
349. CLAYDOL
368
350. HIPPOPOTAS 369
351. HIPPOWDON 370
352. DRILBUR
371
353. EXCADRILL
372
354. GOLETT
373
355. GOLURK
374
356. BONSLY
375
357. SUDOWOODO 376
358. NOSEPASS
377
359. PROBOPASS
378
360. BINACLE
379
361. BARBARACLE 380
362. ONIX
381
363. STEELIX
382
364. BRONZOR
383
365. BRONZONG 384
366. SUNKERN
385
367. SUNFLORA
386
368. TANGELA
387
369. TANGROWTH 388
370. CHERUBI
389
371. CHERRIM
390
372. COTTONEE
391
373. WHIMSICOTT 392
374. PETILIL
393
375. LILLIGANT
394
376. FOONGUS
395
377. AMOONGUSS 396
378. SHROOMISH 397
379. BRELOOM
398
380. FERROSEED 399
381. FERROTHORN 400
382. CACNEA
401
383. CACTURNE
402
384. EXEGGCUTE 403
385. EXEGGUTOR 404
386. SNOVER
405
387. ABOMASNOW 406
388. SKIDDO
407
389. GOGOAT
408

390. VULPIX
409
391. NINETALES
410
392. GROWLITHE 411
393. ARCANINE
412
394. PONYTA
413
395. RAPIDASH
414
396. SLUGMA
415
397. MAGCARGO 416
398. NUMEL
417
399. CAMERUPT
418
400. DARUMAKA 419
401. DARMANITAN 420
402. LITLEO
421
403. PYROAR
422
404. CLAMPERL
423
405. HUNTAIL
424
406. GOREBYSS
425
407. SLOWPOKE 426
408. SLOWBRO
427
409. SLOWKING
428
410. GOLDEEN
429
411. SEAKING
430
412. BARBOACH
431
413. WHISCASH
432
414. FINNEON
433
415. LUMINEON
434
416. CHINCHOU 435
417. LANTURN
436
418. CARVANHA
437
419. SHARPEDO
438
420. WINGULL
439
421. PELIPPER
440
422. DUCKLETT 441
423. SWANNA
442
424. TENTACOOL 443
425. TENTACRUEL 444
426. FRILLISH
445
427. JELLICENT
446
428. SHELLDER
447
429. CLOYSTER
448
430. KRABBY
449
431. KINGLER
450
432. CORPHISH
451
433. CRAWDAUNT 452
434. CLAUNCHER 453
435. CLAWITZER 454
436. STARYU
455
437. STARMIE
456
438. PSYDUCK
457
439. GOLDUCK
458
440. WOOPER
459
441. QUAGSIRE
460
442. SEEL
461
443. DEWGONG
462
444. SHELLOS
463
445. GASTRODON 464
446. BUIZEL
465
447. FLOATZEL
466
448. REMORAID
467
449. OCTILLERY
468
450. MANTYKE
469
451. MANTINE
470
452. MAGIKARP
471
453. GYARADOS
472
454. FEEBAS
473
455. MILOTIC
474
456. WAILMER
475
457. WAILORD
476
458. SNORUNT
477
459. GLALIE
478
460. FROSLASS
479
461. CUBCHOO
480
462. BEARTIC
481
463. BERGMITE
482
464. AVALUGG
483
465. VOLTORB
484
466. ELECTRODE 485
467. ELECTRIKE
486
468. MANECTRIC 487
469. BLITZLE
488

470. ZEBSTRIKA
489
471. HELIOPTILE 490
472. HELIOLISK
491
473. NATU
492
474. XATU
493
475. WOOBAT
494
476. SWOOBAT
495
477. SPOINK
496
478. GRUMPIG
497
479. MUNNA
498
480. MUSHARNA 499
481. ELGYEM
500
482. BEHEEYEM
501
483. DROWZEE
502
484. HYPNO
503
485. ESPURR
504
486. MEOWSTIC
505
487. SMOOCHUM 506
488. JYNX
507
489. MIME JR.
508
490. MR. MIME
509
491. CHINGLING 510
492. CHIMECHO 511
493. WYNAUT
512
494. WOBBUFFET 513
495. TYROGUE
514
496. HITMONLEE 515
497. HITMONCHAN 516
498. HITMONTOP 517
499. MANKEY
518
500. PRIMEAPE
519
501. MIENFOO
520
502. MIENSHAO
521
503. MAKUHITA
522
504. HARIYAMA
523
505. MEDITITE
524
506. MEDICHAM 525
507. RIOLU
526
508. LUCARIO
527
509. PANCHAM
528
510. PANGORO
529
511. MURKROW 530
512. HONCHKROW 531
513. VULLABY
532
514. MANDIBUZZ 533
515. PURRLOIN
534
516. LIEPARD
535
517. HOUNDOUR 536
518. HOUNDOOM 537
519. POOCHYENA 538
520. MIGHTYENA 539
521. SCRAGGY
540
522. SCRAFTY
541
523. SNEASEL
542
524. WEAVILE
543
525. PAWNIARD
544
526. BISHARP
545
527. ZORUA
546
528. ZOROARK
547
529. INKAY
548
530. MALAMAR
549
531. MISDREAVUS 550
532. MISMAGIUS 551
533. SHUPPET
552
534. BANETTE
553
535. DRIFLOON
554
536. DRIFBLIM
555
537. YAMASK
556
538. COFAGRIGUS 557
539. PHANTUMP 558
540. TREVENANT 559
541. PUMPKABOO 560
542. GOURGEIST 561
543. SNUBBULL
562
544. GRANBULL
563
545. SPRITZEE
564
546. AROMATISSE 565
547. SWIRLIX
566
548. SLURPUFF
567
549. NOIBAT
568

550. NOIVERN
551. PANSAGE
552. SIMISAGE
553. PANSEAR
554. SIMISEAR
555. PANPOUR
556. SIMIPOUR

569
570
571
572
573
574
575

Single-Stage Families--557. FARFETCH’D 576
558. CHATOT
577
559. HAWLUCHA 578
560. DUNSPARCE 579
561. MILTANK
580
562. TAUROS
581
563. BOUFFALANT 582
564. STANTLER
583
565. AUDINO
584
566. SPINDA
585
567. FURFROU
586
568. KECLEON
587
569. CASTFORM
588
570. SMEARGLE
589
571. KANGASKHAN 590
572. ZANGOOSE
591
573. SEVIPER
592
574. SHUCKLE
593
575. DURANT
594
576. PINSIR
595
577. HERACROSS 596
578. CARNIVINE 597
579. MARACTUS
598
580. TROPIUS
599
581. TORKOAL
600
582. HEATMOR
601
583. QWILFISH
602
584. BASCULIN
603
585. RELICANTH 604
586. CORSOLA
605
587. LUVDISC
606
588. ALOMOMOLA 607
589. LAPRAS
608
590. DELIBIRD
609
591. CRYOGONAL 610
592. PACHIRISU 611
593. EMOLGA
612
594. DEDENNE
613
595. STUNFISK
614
596. ROTOM
615
597. GIRAFARIG 616
598. SIGILYPH
617
599. MAWILE
618
600. SKARMORY
619
601. ABSOL
620
602. SABLEYE
621
603. SPIRITOMB
622
604. DRUDDIGON 623
605. CARBINK
624
606. KLEFKI
625
607. PLUSLE
626
608. MINUN
627
609. VOLBEAT
628
610. ILLUMISE
629
611. LUNATONE
630
612. SOLROCK
631
613. THROH
632
614. SAWK
633
615. DITTO
634
616. UNOWN
635
617. EEVEE
618. VAPOREON
619. JOLTEON
620. FLAREON
621. ESPEON
622. UMBREON
623. LEAFEON
624. GLACEON
625. SYLVEON

636
637
638
639
640
641
642
643
644

Fossil Pokemon--626. OMANYTE
627. OMASTAR
628. KABUTO
629. KABUTOPS
630. LILEEP
631. CRADILY
632. ANORITH
633. ARMALDO
634. CRANIDOS
635. RAMPARDOS
636. SHIELDON
637. BASTIODON
638. TIRTOUGA
639. CARRACOSTA
640. ARCHEN
641. ARCHEOPS
642. TYRUNT
643. TYRANTRUM
644. AMAURA
645. AURORUS
646. AERODACTYL

645
646
647
648
649
650
651
652
653
654
655
656
657
658
659
660
661
662
663
664
665

Powerful Families--647. DRATINI
648. DRAGONAIR
649. DRAGONITE
650. LARVITAR
651. PUPITAR
652. TYRANITAR
653. BAGON
654. SHELGON
655. SALAMENCE
656. BELDUM
657. METANG
658. METAGROSS
659. GIBLE
660. GABITE
661. GARCHOMP
662. DEINO
663. ZWEILOUS
664. HYDREIGON
665. GOOMY
666. SLIGGOO
667. GOODRA

666
667
668
669
670
671
672
673
674
675
676
677
678
679
680
681
682
683
684
685
686

Legendary Pokedex--L01. MEW
690
L02. MEWTWO
691
L03. GENESECT 692
L04. HEATRAN
693
L05. ARTICUNO
694
L06. ZAPDOS
695
L07. MOLTRES
696
L08. RAIKOU
697
L09. ENTEI
698
L10. SUICUNE
699
L11. REGIROCK
700
L12. REGICE
701
L13. REGISTEEL 702
L14. REGIGIGAS 703
L15. COBALION 704
L16. TERRAKION 705
L17. VIRIZION
706
L18. KELDEO
707
L19. UXIE
708
L20. MESPRIT
709
L21. AZELF
710
L22. TORNADUS 711
L23. THUNDURUS 712
L24. LANDORUS 713
L25. LUGIA
714
L26. HO-OH
715
L27. LATIAS
716
L28. LATIOS
717
L29. PHIONE
718
L30. MANAPHY
719
L31. CELEBI
720
L32. JIRACHI
721
L33. VICTINI
722
L34. SHAYMIN
723
L35. MELOETTA 724
L36. DIANCIE
725
L37. DEOXYS
726
L38. DARKRAI
727
L39. CRESSELIA 728
L40. KYOGRE
729
L41. GROUDON
730
L42. RAYQUAZA
731
L43. RESHIRAM 732
L44. ZEKROM
733
L45. KYUREM
734
L46. XERNEAS
735
L47. YVELTAL
736
L48. ZYGARDE
737
L49. DIALGA
738
L50. PALKIA
739
L51. GIRATINA
740
L52. ARCEUS
741

How to Read:
Pokedex Entries

At the heart of Pokemon: Tabletop Adventures are the monsters that the trainers capture and train.
Their Tabletop Ordering, detailed at the end of this guide, lists the Pokemon entries.
The entries are listed as such:
Tabletop Number. SPECIES NAME
-Picture of Pokemon
Base Stats:
Basic Information
Type(s):

Basic Abilities
High Abilities:
Evolution:

Stages – Species Names
Size Information

Height: Feet' Inches" / Meters (Size)

Weight: Pounds / Kilograms (Weight Class)
Breeding Information

Gender Ratio: % Male % Female

Egg Group(s):

Average Hatch Rate : Hours Days
Diet:
Habitat:
Capability List Move List

Level Up Move List

TM/HM Move List

Egg Move List

Tutor Move List
Misc. Species specific Information
Capture Rate: (for GM use)
Experience Drop per Level: (for GM use)

Tabletop Number

The Tabletop Number is a Pokedex reordering that places evolution lines that spanned different
franchise generations next to each other in a sensible way. Three-stage evolution families are placed in
the front of the Tabletop Pokedex, followed by two-stage families and one-stage families last. After these,
Fossil Pokemon and Pseudo Legendaries are listed. Pokemon with a Tabletop Number that starts with the
letter L are listed in the Legendary Pokedex, separate from the normal pokemon.

Species Name

Each Pokemon is part of a Species grouping. Individual stages of a single Pokemon’s
evolutionary line are not part of the same Species, but are part of the Species’ family. When talking about
a specific evolutionary line, or branched evolutionary tree, it is common to refer to the line or branch by
the Species name of the first Stage of the line. For example to talk about the Pichu, Pikachu and Raichu
evolutionary line, you can call it the Pichu evolutionary line. Likewise, to refer to the Riolu and Lucario
evolutionary line you can call it the Riolu evolutionary line. The refer to the Eevee, Jolteon, Vaporeon,
Flareon, Umbreon, Espeon, Glaceon and Leafeon evolutionary branch you can call it the Eevee
evolutionary line.

Picture of Pokemon

In every Pokemon entry in the Pokedex, a picture is provided to show what the average Species
member looks like. However, various minor differences can be seen between individual members of the
Species. Sometimes, a Pokemon can look drastically different from the norm of its Species in color. These
oddities are known as Shiny Pokemon and are rare treasures sought out by collectors and coordinators
all around the world. If there is another picture, the pokemon either has an alternate form, or forms, and
Mega evolution(s).

Basic Information
Type

There are seventeen different Elemental Types in the world of Pokemon that are commonly
separated into two archtypes; Physical and Special. The Physical Elemental Types are Bug, Fighting,
Flying, Ghost, Ground, Normal, Rock and Steel. The Special Elemental Types are Dark, Dragon,
Electric, Fire, Grass, Ice, Psychic and Water. Each Pokemon belongs to a specific Elemental Type and
some Pokemon belong to two Elemental Types. Types affect how much damage a Pokemon takes when
hit by Attacks and are very important factors to keep track of while battling.


Basic Abilities


Pokemon Abilities are special natural born gifts that a pokemon can utilize. Pokemon have access
to at least one of their abilities from birth. Abilities are detailed in the Player’s Handbook


High Abilities


High Abilities are special natural born gifts that a Pokemon can utilize once matured. At level 40,
a Pokemon may take a different Basic Ability, or their High Ability. The Dream Doctor can mess around
with these mechanics and utilize High Abilities earlier than usual.

Evolution

When Pokemon mature and age, their body drastically changes in mass and shape to reach a new
Stage of their Evolutionary Line. Some Pokemon do not Evolve while others do and other can Evolve
twice in their lifetime. Aside from learning more about the world and physically maturing, Pokemon
need a great deal of emotion to urge their Evolution. Sometimes, confidence and happiness is enough
for a pokemon to evolve and other times, it is a Pokemon’s frustration and hate that pushes it to change.
Not all Pokemon can naturally evolve without foreign aid. Some Pokemon require the radiation found in
Evolutionary Stones to mutate themselves into their next form. There are also Pokemon who require the
attachment of a keepsake to promote their evolution. Next to these various ways to evolve there are even
more ways for a Pokemon to meet their next level of maturity.

Detailed in the Evolution section is the Species Names of the Pokemon that can be attained by the
Species in question as well as the requirements to evolve. Remember, just because a Pokemon has met
their minimum requirements does not mean they will evolve. Sometimes there are personal reasons for a
Pokemon to not want to evolve.

Size Information

Height and Weight

The Height and Weights given for each Pokemon Species are averages determined by Pokemon
Researchers around the world. It is not uncommon to see Pokemon who are up to 10% heavier or larger
then the average or 10% lighter or smaller then the norm. When capturing Pokemon be sure to note their
individual Heights and Weights. Be sure to note their changes if they evolve as well.

Pokemon sizes vary from Small, to Medium, to Large, to Huge and finally, Gigantic. On a grid,
both Small and Medium Pokemon would take up one space, or a 1x1m square. A Small Pokemon may
occupy a space with up to one other Medium or Small Pokemon, or a human who is “Medium” in size.
Large Pokemon occupy 2x2 spaces or a 2x2m square. Huge Pokemon occupy 3x3 spaces or a 3x3m
square. Finally, Gigantic Pokemon occupies 4x4 spaces or a 4x4m square. Huge and Gigantic Pokemon
may also occupy stranger shapes than a square provided your GM gives you some house rulings and lets
you know how many spaces your Huge or Gigantic Pokemon take and How they may be placed on a
board.

Weight Classes are used for several Abilities and Moves. They range from 1 to 6 and are labeled in
the parenthesis after weights.

Breeding Information

When a female Pokemon is mature enough, it can produce eggs and if a male Pokemon is mature
enough, it can fertilize them. When given some time alone, Pokemon of the opposite sex and appropriately matching Egg Groups can produce oval Eggs that are approximately 5.5 pounds or 2.5 kilograms.
The Species of the newborn Pokemon is determined by the mother of the Egg and the Abilities, Moves,
and


Gender Ratio


Not all Species of Pokemon have an equal distribution of male and female children. When finding
a pokemon in the wild, knowing the gender of a particular pokemon may make or break your desire to
capture the target.



Egg Groups


Pokemon are mysterious since they can cross breed between Evolutionary Stages and even
Species, but not any Pokemon can mate with any Pokemon. There are limits and these limits are defined
as Egg Groups. Pokemon can only produce Eggs when mating with a Pokemon that shares an Egg Group.
The Egg Groups are Bug, Dragon, Fairy, Flying, Ground, Humanshape, Indeterminate, Mineral, Monster,
Plant, Water 1, Water 2, Water 3. There is also the Ditto Egg Group, exclusive to the Pokemon Species
Ditto, who can breed with any other Pokemon to produce an Egg while acting as either the male or
female.


Average Hatch Rate


Depending on what Species the mother of the Egg is, the baby will be the lowest form of that
Species’ Evolutionary Line. Each Species takes a different amount of time to hatch so the Average Hatch
Rate covers how quickly the Egg should hatch. The Average Hatch Rate however is only an average.
Sometimes the Egg may take twice the length of time or only half of it, depending how well the Egg is
kept.

Diet

The Diet entry explains what kind of food the Pokemon needs to survive. Carnivores primarily
feed on other Pokemon, Herbivores will usually need leafy food, vegetables, nuts and fruits to survive,
Omnivores can eat plants and other Pokemon, Phototrophs can photosynthesize their own food and
energy. Some of the stranger diets some Pokemon have are that of a Terravore; one who feeds on the
minerals found in rock and dirt around them, or the Nullivore; which does not need to eat anything to
sustain itself for various reasons. Despite any primary feeding behavior any Pokemon can enjoy any
edible Item designed for a Pokemon to consume such as Poffins, Apricorn Shakes or PokeBlocks. By
keeping track of your Pokemon’s needs, you can influence their living conditions in a positive manner
and make their partnership with you as Pokemon and Trainer more cooperative.

Habitat

There are some places that a particular Species of Pokemon will not thrive. For obvious reason,
you’ll only find fish-like Pokemon in the water or rocky Pokemon near rocky places. The Habitat entry
explains what kind of terrain to look for if you intend to hunt for a particular Species of Pokemon. Keep
in mind, just because you may be in the appropriate terrain to find a particular Pokemon, it doesn’t mean
you are in the right region of specific location.

Capability List

Each Species of Pokemon move at different rates in various terrains. They have different capacities
for jumping strength and physical strength. Some Pokemon can fly while others can breath underwater.
Many Species of Pokemon can be trained for being used as a Mount. Others are too small for that but can
be used for infiltration as a result of their size. The Capabilities list all keywords relating to static abilities
the Pokemon has. The Capabilities Keyword list is located on page .

Move List

Each Pokemon can learn Moves. Moves define how a Pokemon can be used in combat and are
separated into various Elemental Types. A Move can be used to damage a foe or to alter variables in battle
to gain an upper hand in battle. There are several ways for a Pokemon to learn a Move but a Pokemon
must be compatible with the Move in order to be able to learn it. A Pokemon can learn a Move while
gaining levels, from a Technical or Hidden Machine, when born they already know a Move or a tutor
can teach the Pokemon a Move. When a Pokemon learns a Move, it is listed in their Natural Move List or
their Technical Move List.


Level Up Move List


Written into each Pokemon from birth is a list of every Move their species can learn while
becoming more experienced in the world. Moves on the Level Up Move List are learned when the
Pokemon reaches the specified level. These Moves are placed in the Pokemon’s Natural Move List.


TM/HM Move List


Technical Machines and Hidden Machines are expensive devices that when injected into a Pokemon, grow an organ within the Pokemon that allows them to perform specific Moves that each TM and
HM teaches. The amount of pain involved with the procedure is unbearable for a Pokemon without
medical attention so it is a Trainer’s best interest to apply TMs and use HMs at Pokemon Centers. Not
every Pokemon is compatible with every TM or HM so this list confirms which TMS and HMs will work
successfully with each Species of Pokemon. These Moves are placed in the Pokemon’s Technical Move
List. If a Pokemon learned a Move through the use of a TM or HM, but the Move is on their Level Up
List, they may place the Move in their Natural Move List.


Egg Move List


When a mature parent Pokemon gains access to a powerful Move, they instill the ability to use
the Move in their child. Cross Species breeding can result in young Pokemon knowing bizarre, out-ofnatural-typing, over powered Moves. The Egg Move List lists what Moves have been known to exist in the
Species on occasion, from birth. These Moves are placed in the Pokemon’s Natural Move List.


Tutor Move List


There are masters in the world who have taken the aspect of a Move and realized how to imprint
the technique in various Pokemon. If you can find one of these Tutors, this list explains which Moves the
Tutors can teach to your Pokemon, if the Tutor knows how to teach that specific Move. Some Tutors even
know how to teach Moves that are not learned naturally anywhere or taught by any TM or HM. These
Moves are placed in the Pokemon’s Technical Move List. If a Pokemon learned a Move through the use of
a Tutor, but the Move is on their Level Up List, they may place the Move in their Natural Move List.
-(Moves listed here with the “‡” symbol indicate that the move is relevant to a specific Breeder Feature.)



Capture Rate/Experience Drop Rate


These two values are for GMs. The Capture Rate is a number you must roll under with 1d100 in
order to Capture the Pokemon. It is modified by the amount of HP a Pokemon has left, any status
afflictions or other conditions. The Experience Drop Rate is the amount of Experience Points your
Pokemon get from defeating that Pokemon, multiplied by the level that Pokemon was when it was
defeated. If the Pokemon was owned by a trainer, it drops twice as much Experience Points. If the
Pokemon was part of a large Wild Group, they also drop an increased amount of Experience Points,
decided by your GM (usually 1.5x the usual amount). As a Player, you should generally ignore these
values as they are only suggestions and the Gm may change it as they see fit for their encounters.

Capabilities
Most Capabilities are very simple to understand. Except for the Basic Capabilities, each
Capability is listed with a paragraph following, that explains exactly how that Capability affects the
pokemon who has it. Other then that, some Capabilities are paired with a Capability Type, which is paired
purely for the ranger class, who draws on specific aspects of nature when looking for specific talents for
their job.
However, Basic Capabilities are slightly more complicated. That is because each pokemon in
the Pokedex has Basic Capabilities. Paired with each Basic Capability in the pokedex entries are values
which can be matched to the Capability listing that follows in order to define the level of aptitude a
pokemon has in a particular field. In the Basic Capabilities, you will see a Capability Type, Speed, that
is defined for various purposes refrenced throughout the game such as Moves that modify a pokemon’s
Speed Stat or an Ability which modifys a Speed Stat. There are several reasons to keep track of the Basic
Capabilities so it is best to make note of the value and meaning of the Basic Capabilities your pokemon
has. Use the pokemon character sheet to do so. Some Features in Coach and Rider can modify Speed
Capabilities; as a short note, there is no limit as to how high Speed Capabilities can be.


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