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* The Aotokeloa region is composed of two large main islands and some smaller surrounding islands. The southern island features craggy coastal cliffs with hidden coves, idyllic farmlands can be found further inland and are punctuated by estuaries and areas of hilly wilderness, with a narrow alpine region running along the left side of the island's lower half. The northern island is home to several dormant and active volcanoes surrounded by lush rainforest, secluded marshes and tropical beaches, extensive caverns run throughout both islands with the depths of many remaining unexplored.
 
* The Aotokeloa region is composed of two large main islands and some smaller surrounding islands. The southern island features craggy coastal cliffs with hidden coves, idyllic farmlands can be found further inland and are punctuated by estuaries and areas of hilly wilderness, with a narrow alpine region running along the left side of the island's lower half. The northern island is home to several dormant and active volcanoes surrounded by lush rainforest, secluded marshes and tropical beaches, extensive caverns run throughout both islands with the depths of many remaining unexplored.
 
** Other islands:
 
** Other islands:
*** Olde Kalodon is found to the northwest of the Aotokeloan mainland, based on New Caledonia it is a colony of the Kalos region and is the largest of the smaller islands, it is home to Kalos species as well as a few new species not found on the Aotokeloan mainland
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*** Olde Kalodon is found to the northwest of the Aotokeloan mainland, based on New Caledonia it is a colony of the Kalos region and is the largest of the smaller islands, it is home to Kalos species as well as a few new species not found on the Aotokeloan mainland.
* The three starter Pokémon are Badpole; the Grass/Dark-type tadpole Pokémon, Cinderbat; the Fire/Flying-type bat Pokémon and Wavyper; the Water/Poison-type sea snake Pokémon
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* The three starter Pokémon are Badpole; the Grass/Dark-type tadpole Pokémon, Cinderbat; the Fire/Flying-type bat Pokémon and Wavyper; the Water/Poison-type sea snake Pokémon.
* The region's Pokémon professor is professor Beech, a rural-styled professor and a colleague of the Sinnoh region's professor Rowan
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* The region's Pokémon professor is professor Beech, a rural-styled professor and a colleague of the Sinnoh region's professor Rowan.
 
* The antagonist teams are Team Mask and Team Cloak, who have a rivalry similar to that of Team Magma and Team Aqua from ''Pokémon Ruby Version'' and ''Pokémon Sapphire Version''.
 
* The antagonist teams are Team Mask and Team Cloak, who have a rivalry similar to that of Team Magma and Team Aqua from ''Pokémon Ruby Version'' and ''Pokémon Sapphire Version''.
 
** Team Mask:
 
** Team Mask:
*** Antics include the player encountering the team impersonating Pokémon scientists, with the grunts disguising themselves professor Beech's lab researchers, the lieutenants as his aides, and the leader as professor Beech herself
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*** Antics include the player encountering the team impersonating Pokémon scientists, with the grunts disguising themselves professor Beech's lab researchers, the lieutenants as his aides, and the leader as professor Beech herself.
 
** Team Cloak:
 
** Team Cloak:
 
*** Antics include include the player encountering the team blending in with a flock of sheep Pokémon, with the grunts camouflaging themselves as Faewe, the lieutenants as Solaries and the leader as an Allama
 
*** Antics include include the player encountering the team blending in with a flock of sheep Pokémon, with the grunts camouflaging themselves as Faewe, the lieutenants as Solaries and the leader as an Allama
* The eight Gym Leaders use Grass, Normal, Flying, Fairy, Bug, Fighting, Water and Rock types
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* The eight Gym Leaders use Grass, Normal, Flying, Fairy, Bug, Fighting, Water and Rock types.
* The Elite Four use Flying, Dark, Poison and Fire types
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* The Elite Four use Flying, Dark, Poison and Fire types.
* The grouping arrangement of this region's Pokédex is designed to be somewhat comparable to generation I's Kanto Pokédex
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* The grouping arrangement of this region's Pokédex is designed to be somewhat comparable to generation I's Kanto Pokédex.
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* One developmental focus here, is to create a Pokémon battle system where the overly straightforward and uncreative numbers game of the metagame, will be corrected and in it's place a battle system more true to what is seen in the anime will be implemented, this is so that a person's Pokémon team will reflect their own personal preferences, and will require genuine creativity and interest to be a valid choice. For example, in the anime you very rarely see the trainers with kind of overpowered teams of the same few heavy hitters or legendary Pokémon, making it much more interesting and individualistic, and this has been an unaddressed issue since the first Pokémon games were released. People can access sites like Smogon, which have all of the most comprehensive and up to date info regarding which Pokémon perform best in the metagame and how to breed/train them, it basically puts a meta-competitive Pokémon team together for you with very little input from a trainer, so clearly the Pokémon battle system is already way too simple as it is, this problem cannot be solved by simply adding new Pokémon and new techniques etc. wiuth every successive generation, that does not solve the fundamental problems, avoiding the problem like that and just building more of the what is basically just the same stuff on top of it, just creates more data to alter when improvements ''are'' actually made to create a battle system with proper dynamics, though fortunately people such as myself are already developing Pokémon battle dynamics more in line with what is seen in the anime, and even improving on that, this also goes beyond just the battle dynamics, but also things such as encounter and capture dynamics.
   
 
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* [https://ficreation.miraheze.org/wiki/User:Fomantisboy35 Fomantisboy35]
 
* [https://ficreation.miraheze.org/wiki/User:Fomantisboy35 Fomantisboy35]
 
** '''[https://ficreation.miraheze.org/wiki/Blog:Pokemon_Gingo_crossover%3F Initial concept draft]'''
 
** '''[https://ficreation.miraheze.org/wiki/Blog:Pokemon_Gingo_crossover%3F Initial concept draft]'''
** Original creature concepts #016, #017, #027, #028, #029, #040, #041, #042, #048, #071, #072, #081 and #083
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** Original creature concepts #016, #017, #026, #027, #028, #042, #043, #044, #048, #049, #079, #080, #088 and #090
 
** Original version names and initial stylistic material
 
** Original version names and initial stylistic material
 
* [https://ficreation.miraheze.org/wiki/User:Freighttrain Freighttrain]
 
* [https://ficreation.miraheze.org/wiki/User:Freighttrain Freighttrain]
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** Development of version concepts and alterations to original version names
 
** Development of version concepts and alterations to original version names
 
** All creature concepts with the exception of those listed as Fomantisboy35's
 
** All creature concepts with the exception of those listed as Fomantisboy35's
*** Alterations to Fomantisboy35's original creature concepts (#016, #017, #027, #028, #029, #040, #041, #042, #048, #071, #072, #081 and #083) and their names
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*** Alterations to Fomantisboy35's original creature concepts (#016, #017, #026, #027, #028, #042, #043, #044, #048, #049, #079, #080, #088 and #090) and their names
   
 
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|align=center| Tadpole
 
|align=center| Tadpole
 
| align="center"| <b>Thiefrog</b>
 
| align="center"| <b>Thiefrog</b>
| The Grass-type starter in the game. An antisocial Pokémon, it will hide at the water's edge among the vegetation, waiting to ambush small bug Pokémon for food while it waits to eovlve.
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| The Grass-type starter in the game. An antisocial Pokémon, it will hide at the water's edge among the vegetation, waiting to ambush small bug Pokémon for food while it bides its time to store energy for evolution.
 
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|-
 
!scope="row"| Thiefrog
 
!scope="row"| Thiefrog
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|align=center| Tree frog
 
|align=center| Tree frog
 
| align="center"| <b>Toadsteal</b>
 
| align="center"| <b>Toadsteal</b>
| The evolved form of Badpole. It is fond of stealing things and then hiding them in its throat pouch.
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| The evolved form of Badpole. It is fond of stealing things with its long tongue and then hiding them in its throat pouch, before depositing them in tree hollows and burrows dug at the water's edge.
 
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!scope="row"| Toadsteal
 
!scope="row"| Toadsteal
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|align=center| Caterpillar
 
|align=center| Caterpillar
 
| align="center"| <b>Pupillon</b>
 
| align="center"| <b>Pupillon</b>
|A snooty caterpillar Pokémon. It can produce colourful patterns on its body to appear poisonous to predators. It is common in ''Pokémon Masque Version'', but rare in ''Pokémon Cloque Version''.
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|A snooty caterpillar Pokémon. It can produce colourful patterns on its body to appear poisonous to predators. It is common in <b>''Pokémon Masque Version''</b>, but rare in <b>''Pokémon Cloque Version''</b>.
 
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!scope="row"| Pupillon
 
!scope="row"| Pupillon
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|align=center| Pupa
 
|align=center| Pupa
 
| align="center"| <b>Transchromarch</b>
 
| align="center"| <b>Transchromarch</b>
|The evolved form of Cratopillar. ?. It is common in ''Pokémon Masque Version'', but rare in ''Pokémon Cloque Version''.
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|The evolved form of Cratopillar. ?. It is common in <b>''Pokémon Masque Version''</b>, but rare in <b>''Pokémon Cloque Version''</b>.
 
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|-
 
!scope="row"| Transchromarch
 
!scope="row"| Transchromarch
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|align=center| Caterpillar
 
|align=center| Caterpillar
 
| align="center"| <b>Cloakoon</b>
 
| align="center"| <b>Cloakoon</b>
|A caterpillar Pokémon. ?. It is common in ''Pokémon Cloque Version'', but rare in ''Pokémon Masque Version''.
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|A caterpillar Pokémon. ?. It is common in <b>''Pokémon Cloque Version''</b>, but rare in <b>''Pokémon Masque Version''</b>.
 
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!scope="row"| Cloakoon
 
!scope="row"| Cloakoon
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|align=center| Cocoon
 
|align=center| Cocoon
 
| align="center"| <b>Camothrag</b>
 
| align="center"| <b>Camothrag</b>
|The evolved form of Cloakrawly. ?. It is common in ''Pokémon Cloque Version'', but rare in ''Pokémon Masque Version''.
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|The evolved form of Cloakrawly. ?. It is common in <b>''Pokémon Cloque Version''</b>, but rare in <b>''Pokémon Masque Version''</b>.
 
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!scope="row"| Camothrag
 
!scope="row"| Camothrag
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|align=center| Lamb
 
|align=center| Lamb
 
| align="center"| <b>Eweicked</b> <small>(female)</small> or <b>Angram</b> <small>(male)</small>
 
| align="center"| <b>Eweicked</b> <small>(female)</small> or <b>Angram</b> <small>(male)</small>
|An troublesome lamb Pokémon. It enjoys ruining people's flower gardens and is the archenemy of Huntawag. There is a 50% chance of obtaining a Sablamb egg when breeding a Faewe holding the Black Fleece item.
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|An troublesome lamb Pokémon. It enjoys ruining people's flower gardens and likes to chase Oinklet with Caprikid. There is a 50% chance of obtaining a Sablamb egg when breeding a Faewe holding the Black Fleece item.
 
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!scope="row"| Eweicked
 
!scope="row"| Eweicked
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| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
 
|The evolved form of a male Sablamb. Like Eweicked, They occupy the narrow strips of bushland in between the farms and the denser vegetation of the hilly wilderness areas. It forms gangs with Hogstile to bully other Pokémon.
 
|The evolved form of a male Sablamb. Like Eweicked, They occupy the narrow strips of bushland in between the farms and the denser vegetation of the hilly wilderness areas. It forms gangs with Hogstile to bully other Pokémon.
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!scope="row"| Coconade
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(coconut + grenade)
 
|align=center| #029
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#78C850"| Grass
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#F08030"| Fire
 
|align=center| Coconut bunch
 
| align="center"| <b>Dynapalm</b>
 
|A cocunut Pokémon. Believed to be related to Exeggcute, ?. It is found on the tropical beaches of the northern island, and is exclusive to <b>''Pokémon Masque Version''</b>.
 
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!scope="row"| Dynapalm
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(dynamite + napalm + palm (tree))
 
|align=center| #030
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#78C850"| Grass
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#F08030"| Fire
 
|align=center| Coconut tree
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
 
| A coconut tree Pokémon. Believed to be related to Exeggutor, ?. It is found on the tropical beaches of the northern island, and is exclusive to <b>''Pokémon Masque Version''</b>.
 
 
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!scope="row"| Wetacket
 
!scope="row"| Wetacket
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(weta + cricket)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(weta + cricket)
|align=center| #031
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|align=center| #029
 
|align=center bgcolor=#A8B820 colspan="2"| Bug
 
|align=center bgcolor=#A8B820 colspan="2"| Bug
 
|align=center| Wētā
 
|align=center| Wētā
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|A large cricket-like Pokémon, it will moult and change its appearance, elemental type and capabilities to adapt to its environment.
 
|A large cricket-like Pokémon, it will moult and change its appearance, elemental type and capabilities to adapt to its environment.
 
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!scope="row"| Wetacket - Tree Forme
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!scope="row"| Wetacket - Tree Form
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(weta + cricket)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(weta + cricket)
|align=center| #031 - A
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|align=center| #029 - A
 
|align=center bgcolor=#A8B820| Bug
 
|align=center bgcolor=#A8B820| Bug
 
|align=center bgcolor=#78C850| Grass
 
|align=center bgcolor=#78C850| Grass
 
|align=center| Tree wētā
 
|align=center| Tree wētā
 
| align="center"| —
 
| align="center"| —
|A large cricket-like Pokémon, this agile forme of Wetacket has moulted to adapt to the forest, it is often jumping from canopy to canopy along the treetops.
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|A large cricket-like Pokémon, this agile form of Wetacket has moulted to adapt to the forest, it is often jumping from canopy to canopy along the treetops.
 
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!scope="row"| Wetacket - Burrow Forme
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!scope="row"| Wetacket - Burrow Form
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(weta + cricket)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(weta + cricket)
|align=center| #031 - B
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|align=center| #029 - B
 
|align=center bgcolor=#A8B820| Bug
 
|align=center bgcolor=#A8B820| Bug
 
|align=center bgcolor=#E0C068| Ground
 
|align=center bgcolor=#E0C068| Ground
 
|align=center| Ground wētā
 
|align=center| Ground wētā
 
| align="center"| —
 
| align="center"| —
|A large cricket-like Pokémon, this hardy forme of Wetacket has moulted to adapt to burrowing underground.
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|A large cricket-like Pokémon, this hardy form of Wetacket has moulted to adapt to burrowing underground.
 
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!scope="row"| Wetacket - Cave Forme
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!scope="row"| Wetacket - Cave Form
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(weta + cricket)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(weta + cricket)
|align=center| #031 - C
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|align=center| #029 - C
 
|align=center bgcolor=#A8B820| Bug
 
|align=center bgcolor=#A8B820| Bug
 
|align=center bgcolor=#B8A038| Rock
 
|align=center bgcolor=#B8A038| Rock
 
|align=center| Cave wētā
 
|align=center| Cave wētā
 
| align="center"| —
 
| align="center"| —
|A large cricket-like Pokémon, this sensitive forme of Wetacket has moulted to adapt to living inside of caves, it has strong night vision and stridulation sonar.
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|A large cricket-like Pokémon, this sensitive form of Wetacket has moulted to adapt to living inside of caves, it has strong night vision and stridulation sonar.
 
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!scope="row"| Wetacket - Belligerent Forme
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!scope="row"| Wetacket - Belligerent Form
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(weta + cricket)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(weta + cricket)
|align=center| #031 - D
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|align=center| #029 - D
 
|align=center bgcolor=#A8B820| Bug
 
|align=center bgcolor=#A8B820| Bug
 
|align=center bgcolor=#C03028| Fighting
 
|align=center bgcolor=#C03028| Fighting
 
|align=center| Tusked wētā
 
|align=center| Tusked wētā
 
| align="center"| —
 
| align="center"| —
|A large cricket-like Pokémon, this aggressive forme of Wetacket has moulted to adapt to defending territory, it has large tusks for fighting other Bug-type Pokémon.
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|A large cricket-like Pokémon, this aggressive form of Wetacket has moulted to adapt to defending territory, it has large tusks for fighting other Bug-type Pokémon.
 
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!scope="row"| Arboreptile
 
!scope="row"| Arboreptile
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(arboreal + reptile)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(arboreal + reptile)
|align=center| #032
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|align=center| #030
 
|bgcolor="#78C850" align=center colspan=2| Grass
 
|bgcolor="#78C850" align=center colspan=2| Grass
 
|align=center| Tree gecko
 
|align=center| Tree gecko
 
| align="center"| —
 
| align="center"| —
 
|A tree gecko Pokémon. Related to Aqualotl, Gechove and Newtoxic, it resides in trees where its camouflage makes it nearly indistinguishable from its surroundings. It captures prey with it's long frog-like tongue.
 
|A tree gecko Pokémon. Related to Aqualotl, Gechove and Newtoxic, it resides in trees where its camouflage makes it nearly indistinguishable from its surroundings. It captures prey with it's long frog-like tongue.
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!scope="row"| Shrapling
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!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(shrapnel + sapling)
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|align=center| #031
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| align="center" bgcolor="#78C850" colspan=2| Grass
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|align=center| Sapling
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| align="center"| <b>Dynapalm</b> or <b>Coniferno</b>
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|A small tree Pokémon. It lives in the hilly wilderness areas of the southern island, the rainforests of the northern island and the forests of Olde Kalodon. Its seed cones can fire their woody seed scales like shrapnel.
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!scope="row"| Dynapalm
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!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(dynamite + napalm + palm (tree))
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|align=center| #032
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|align=center bgcolor="#78C850"| Grass
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|align=center bgcolor="#B8A038"| Rock
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|align=center| Coconut tree
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|align=center| <small>(Final stage)</small>
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|Found on or near the tropical beaches of the northern island and superficially similar to Exeggutor, its coconuts are explosive and those it drops are collected by Psygre for use in its pranks. This evolution is exclusive to <b>''Pokémon Masque Version''</b>.
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!scope="row"| Coniferno
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!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(pinecone + conifer + fern + inferno)
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|align=center| #033
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|align=center bgcolor="#78C850"| Grass
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|align=center bgcolor="#F08030"| Fire
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|align=center| Conifer
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|align=center| <small>(Final stage)</small>
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|Found in the hilly wilderness of the southern island, the rainforests of the northern island and in the forests of Olde Kalodon, it is often followed by Slimoeba who feed on the incendiary pinecones it drops, and who will then evolve into Thermoeba once they have ingested enough of the flammable chemicals they contain. This evolution is exclusive to <b>''Pokémon Cloque Version''</b>.
 
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!scope="row"| Nymphampire
 
!scope="row"| Nymphampire
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(nymph (insect) + vampire)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(nymph (insect) + vampire)
|align=center| #033
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|align=center| #034
 
| align=center bgcolor="#A8B820"| Bug
 
| align=center bgcolor="#A8B820"| Bug
 
| align=center bgcolor="#6890F0"| Water
 
| align=center bgcolor="#6890F0"| Water
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!scope="row"| Tranquito
 
!scope="row"| Tranquito
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(tranquiliser + mosquito)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(tranquiliser + mosquito)
|align=center| #034
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|align=center| #035
 
| align=center bgcolor="#A8B820"| Bug
 
| align=center bgcolor="#A8B820"| Bug
 
| align=center bgcolor="#A890F0"| Flying
 
| align=center bgcolor="#A890F0"| Flying
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| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
 
|The evolved form of Nymphampire. ?.
 
|The evolved form of Nymphampire. ?.
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!scope="row"| Aqualotl
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!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(aqua + axolotl)
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|align=center| #036
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|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center colspan=2| Water
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|align=center| Axalotl
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| align="center"| —
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|An axolotl Pokémon. Related to Arboreptile, Gechove and Newtoxic, it is found in estuaries and ponds, it captures prey with it's long frog-like tongue.
 
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!scope="row"| Caprikid
 
!scope="row"| Caprikid
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(Capricorn + kid)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(Capricorn + kid)
|align=center| #035
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|align=center| #037
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#A8A878" colspan=2| Normal
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#A8A878" colspan=2| Normal
 
|align=center| Goat kid
 
|align=center| Goat kid
 
| align="center"| <b>Goatree</b> or <b>Goagrip</b>
 
| align="center"| <b>Goatree</b> or <b>Goagrip</b>
|A baby goat Pokémon. It lives in the scrubland between farms and the hilly wilderness areas and enjoys chasing Oinklet.
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|A baby goat Pokémon. It lives in the scrubland between farms and the hilly wilderness areas and enjoys chasing Oinklet with Sablamb.
 
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!scope="row"| Goatree
 
!scope="row"| Goatree
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(goat + tree + goatee)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(goat + tree + goatee)
|align=center| #036
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|align=center| #038
 
|align=center bgcolor="#A8A878"| Normal
 
|align=center bgcolor="#A8A878"| Normal
 
|align=center bgcolor="#78C850"| Grass
 
|align=center bgcolor="#78C850"| Grass
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!scope="row"| Goagrip
 
!scope="row"| Goagrip
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(goat + grip)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(goat + grip)
|align=center| #037
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|align=center| #039
 
|align=center bgcolor="#A8A878"| Normal
 
|align=center bgcolor="#A8A878"| Normal
 
|align=center bgcolor="#B8A038"| Rock
 
|align=center bgcolor="#B8A038"| Rock
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!scope="row"| Mousea
 
!scope="row"| Mousea
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(mouse + sea)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(mouse + sea)
|align=center| #038
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|align=center| #040
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center colspan=2| Water
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center colspan=2| Water
 
|align=center| Water rat
 
|align=center| Water rat
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!scope="row"| Reefrat
 
!scope="row"| Reefrat
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(reef + rat)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(reef + rat)
|align=center| #039
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|align=center| #041
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center colspan=2| Water
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center colspan=2| Water
 
|align=center| Water rat
 
|align=center| Water rat
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!scope="row"| Oinklet
 
!scope="row"| Oinklet
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(oink + piglet)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(oink + piglet)
|align=center| #040
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|align=center| #042
 
|bgcolor="#A8A878" align=center| Normal
 
|bgcolor="#A8A878" align=center| Normal
 
|bgcolor="#E0C068" align=center| Ground
 
|bgcolor="#E0C068" align=center| Ground
|align=center| Piglet
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|align=center| Feral piglet
 
| align="center"| <b>Hogruff</b>
 
| align="center"| <b>Hogruff</b>
 
|A timid piglet Pokémon, Oinklet are afraid of other Pokémon and reside in the bushlands between farms and the hilly wilderness areas, digging burrows to hide in.
 
|A timid piglet Pokémon, Oinklet are afraid of other Pokémon and reside in the bushlands between farms and the hilly wilderness areas, digging burrows to hide in.
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!scope="row"| Hogruff
 
!scope="row"| Hogruff
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(hog + gruff + rough)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(hog + gruff + rough)
|align=center| #041
+
|align=center| #043
 
|bgcolor="#A8A878" align=center| Normal
 
|bgcolor="#A8A878" align=center| Normal
 
|bgcolor="#C03028" align=center| Fighting
 
|bgcolor="#C03028" align=center| Fighting
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!scope="row"| Hogstile
 
!scope="row"| Hogstile
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(hog + hostile)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(hog + hostile)
|align=center| #042
+
|align=center| #044
 
|bgcolor="#A8A878" align=center| Normal
 
|bgcolor="#A8A878" align=center| Normal
 
|bgcolor="#705848" align=center| Dark
 
|bgcolor="#705848" align=center| Dark
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!scope="row"| Huntawag
 
!scope="row"| Huntawag
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(Huntaway + wag)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(Huntaway + wag)
|align=center| #043
+
|align=center| #045
 
| align=center bgcolor="#A8A878"| Normal
 
| align=center bgcolor="#A8A878"| Normal
 
| align=center bgcolor="#F8D030"| Electric
 
| align=center bgcolor="#F8D030"| Electric
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!scope="row"| Huntahowl
 
!scope="row"| Huntahowl
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(Huntaway + howl)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(Huntaway + howl)
|align=center| #044
+
|align=center| #046
 
| align=center bgcolor="#A8A878"| Normal
 
| align=center bgcolor="#A8A878"| Normal
 
| align=center bgcolor="#F8D030"| Electric
 
| align=center bgcolor="#F8D030"| Electric
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| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
 
|A large sheep dog Pokémon, it will remain nearby flocks of Lullamb and Faewe to protect them, while Allama watch from afar to alert Huntahowl of Moawi packs on the prowl, against which its Electric-type attacks make it highly effective.
 
|A large sheep dog Pokémon, it will remain nearby flocks of Lullamb and Faewe to protect them, while Allama watch from afar to alert Huntahowl of Moawi packs on the prowl, against which its Electric-type attacks make it highly effective.
|-
 
!scope="row"| Aqualotl
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(aqua + axolotl)
 
|align=center| #045
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center colspan=2| Water
 
|align=center| Axalotl
 
| align="center"| —
 
|An axolotl Pokémon. Related to Arboreptile, Gechove and Newtoxic, it is found in estuaries and ponds, it captures prey with it's long frog-like tongue.
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Calflex
 
!scope="row"| Calflex
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(calf + flex)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(calf + flex)
|align=center| #046
+
|align=center| #047
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#A8A878" | Normal
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#A8A878" | Normal
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#C03028" | Fighting
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#C03028" | Fighting
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!scope="row"| Pugbull
 
!scope="row"| Pugbull
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(pugilist + bull)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(pugilist + bull)
|align=center| #047
+
|align=center| #048
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#A8A878" | Normal
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#A8A878" | Normal
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#C03028" | Fighting
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#C03028" | Fighting
 
|align=center| Minotaur
 
|align=center| Minotaur
 
| align="center"| <b>Territaur</b>
 
| align="center"| <b>Territaur</b>
|An anthropomorphic bull Pokémon. Like its friend Machoke who it wrestles with, it wears a power-save belt to manage its great strength, it uses its horns and fists in combat.
+
|An anthropomorphic bull Pokémon. Like its friend Machoke who it wrestles with, it wears a power-save belt to manage its great strength, it uses its horns and tough hoof-like fists in combat.
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Territaur
 
!scope="row"| Territaur
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(territory + minotaur)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(territory + minotaur)
|align=center| #048
+
|align=center| #049
 
|align=center bgcolor=#B8A038| Rock
 
|align=center bgcolor=#B8A038| Rock
 
|align=center bgcolor=#C03028| Fighting
 
|align=center bgcolor=#C03028| Fighting
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|A minotaur Pokémon. Fiercly territorial, it no longer wears a power-save belt, and will create complex tunnel systems with its ruggedly brutal strength. Occasionally while tunneling, it will encounter a Trogloranea or Tuatantrum and fight over territory.
 
|A minotaur Pokémon. Fiercly territorial, it no longer wears a power-save belt, and will create complex tunnel systems with its ruggedly brutal strength. Occasionally while tunneling, it will encounter a Trogloranea or Tuatantrum and fight over territory.
 
|-
 
|-
!scope="row"| Pyrocone
+
!scope="row"| Gechove
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(pyro + pinecone)
+
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(gecko + echo + cove)
|align=center| #049
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#78C850"| Grass
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#F08030"| Fire
 
|align=center| Pinecone
 
| align="center"| <b>Coniferno</b>
 
|A pinecone Pokémon. ?. It is found in the rainforest marshes of the northern island, and is exclusive to <b>''Pokémon Cloque Version''</b>.
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Coniferno
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(pinecone + conifer + fern + inferno)
 
 
|align=center| #050
 
|align=center| #050
| align="center" bgcolor="#78C850"| Grass
+
|align=center bgcolor=#B8A038 colspan="2"| Rock
| align="center" bgcolor="#F08030"| Fire
+
|align=center| Cave gecko
|align=center| Conifer
+
| align="center"|
  +
|A reclusive cave gecko Pokémon. Related to Arboreptile, Aqualotl and Newtoxic, it is found only inside of caves, they have adapted strong night vision and echcolocation sensory abilities, they mainly feed on Zubat which it captures with it's long frog-like tongue.
  +
|-
  +
!scope="row"| Fendrily
  +
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(fen + tendril + lily)
  +
|align=center| #051
  +
|align=center bgcolor="#78C850"| Grass
  +
|align=center bgcolor="#6890F0"| Water
  +
|align=center| Water lily
  +
| align="center"| <b>Zymesmer</b> or <b>Flaptrap</b>
  +
|A water lily Pokémon. Found in the rainforest marshes of the northern island, its mellow appearance hides two tentacle-like vines which extend below the surface to capture prey.
  +
|-
  +
!scope="row"| Zymesmer
  +
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">((digestive) enzyme + mesmerise)
  +
|align=center| #052
  +
|align=center bgcolor="#78C850"| Grass
  +
|align=center bgcolor="#F85888"| Psychic
  +
|align=center| Pitcher plant
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
|A conifer Pokémon. ?. It is found near the rainforest marshes of the northern island, its pinecones are fed on by Slimoeba who will evolve into Thermoeba once they have ingested enough of the flammable chemicals they contain. It is exclusive to <b>''Pokémon Cloque Version''</b>.
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|A pitcher plant Pokémon. It is found near the rainforest marshes of the northern island, it has a hypnotic ability which it uses to lure prey onto the trap door above its pitcher. This evolution is exclusive to <b>''Pokémon Masque Version''</b>.
  +
|-
  +
!scope="row"| Flaptrap
  +
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(flap + trap)
  +
|align=center| #053
  +
|align=center bgcolor="#78C850"| Grass
  +
|align=center bgcolor="#A890F0"| Flying
  +
|align=center| Venus flytrap
  +
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
  +
|A Venus flytrap Pokémon. It is found near the rainforest marshes of the northern island, similar in appearance to Carnivine, it is much more agile and can flap its leaf-jaws like wings to fly high and position itself in the canopy, before waiting for birds or other arboreal Pokémon to wander within range, in this fashion it behaves similar to a spider and can even pursue prey through the air. This evolution is exclusive to <b>''Pokémon Cloque Version''</b>.
  +
|-
  +
!scope="row"| Newtoxic
  +
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(newt + toxic)
  +
|align=center| #054
  +
|bgcolor="#A040A0" align=center colspan=2| Poison
  +
|align=center| Newt
  +
| align="center"| —
  +
|A poisonous newt Pokémon. Related to Aqualotl, Arboreptile, and Gechove, it is found only on the northern island in the rainforest marshes by active volcanoes. It feeds mainly on Nymphampire which it captures prey with it's long frog-like tongue.
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Skipider
 
!scope="row"| Skipider
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(skip + spider)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(skip + spider)
|align=center| #051
+
|align=center| #055
 
|align=center bgcolor="#A8B820"| Bug
 
|align=center bgcolor="#A8B820"| Bug
 
|align=center bgcolor="#6890F0"| Water
 
|align=center bgcolor="#6890F0"| Water
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!scope="row"| Anglerachnid
 
!scope="row"| Anglerachnid
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(angler + arachnid)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(angler + arachnid)
|align=center| #052
+
|align=center| #056
 
|align=center bgcolor="#A8B820"| Bug
 
|align=center bgcolor="#A8B820"| Bug
 
|align=center bgcolor="#6890F0"| Water
 
|align=center bgcolor="#6890F0"| Water
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|The evolved form of Skipider. While still agile for its size, it became more patient and focused when it evolved. Found mainly on the sides of seaside cliffs, though it is also known to go diving in coral reefs. It uses nets spun from its web to capture aquatic prey.
 
|The evolved form of Skipider. While still agile for its size, it became more patient and focused when it evolved. Found mainly on the sides of seaside cliffs, though it is also known to go diving in coral reefs. It uses nets spun from its web to capture aquatic prey.
 
|-
 
|-
!scope="row"| Gechove
+
!scope="row"| Electrozoan
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(gecko + echo + cove)
+
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(electric + hydrozoan)
|align=center| #053
+
|align=center| #057
|align=center bgcolor=#B8A038 colspan="2"| Rock
+
|align=center bgcolor="#6890F0"| Water
|align=center| Cave gecko
+
|align=center bgcolor="#F8D030"| Electric
  +
|align=center| Portuguese man o' war
 
| align="center"| —
 
| align="center"| —
  +
|A jellyfish-like Pokémon. Though it is a surface aquatic species, it is able to levitate or dive by inflating or deflating its gas-filled bladder, in this way it can use its paralysis-inducing electric tentacles, to prey on both aquatic Pokémon and those living near the shore, as well as flying Pokémon.
|A reclusive cave gecko Pokémon. Related to Arboreptile, Aqualotl and Newtoxic, it is found only inside of caves, they have adapted strong night vision and echcolocation sensory abilities, they mainly feed on Zubat which it captures with it's long frog-like tongue.
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Psycrow
 
!scope="row"| Psycrow
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(psychic + crow)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(psychic + crow)
|align=center| #054
+
|align=center| #058
 
| align=center bgcolor="#A890F0"| Flying
 
| align=center bgcolor="#A890F0"| Flying
 
| align=center bgcolor="#F85888"| Psychic
 
| align=center bgcolor="#F85888"| Psychic
 
|align=center| New Caledonian crow
 
|align=center| New Caledonian crow
 
| align="center"| —
 
| align="center"| —
|A highly intelligent crow Pokémon. It has great dexterity with its wings, and is able to wield all manner of tools or weapons like a Farfetch'd, and like Alakazam, it can also use its telekinetic powers to bend small metal objects such as spoons. It is only found in Olde Kalodon.
+
|A highly intelligent crow Pokémon. It has great dexterity with its wings, and is able to wield all manner of tools or weapons like a Farfetch'd, though it prefers crowbars, and like Alakazam, it can also use its telekinetic powers to bend small metal objects such as spoons. It is only found in Olde Kalodon.
 
|-
 
|-
!scope="row"| Pyrrot
+
!scope="row"| Volkaka
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(pyro + parrot)
+
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(volcano + kaka)
|align=center| #055
+
|align=center| #059
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#A890F0"| Flying
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#A890F0"| Flying
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#F08030"| Fire
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#F08030"| Fire
  +
|align=center| Kaka
  +
| align="center"| —
  +
|This parrot Pokémon can blow fireballs from its mouth, mostly solitary it circles above active volcanoes, using its keen eyesight to watch for prey at the edge of the lush rainforests leading on to its volcanic habitat.
  +
|-
  +
!scope="row"| Cryokea
  +
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(cryo- + kea)
  +
|align=center| #060
  +
| align="center" bgcolor="#A890F0"| Flying
  +
| align="center" bgcolor="#98D8D8"| Ice
 
|align=center| Kea
 
|align=center| Kea
 
| align="center"| —
 
| align="center"| —
|This parrot Pokémon can emit fireballs from its mouth, mostly solitary it circles above active volcanoes, using its keen eyesight to watch for prey at the edge of the lush rainforests leading on to its volcanic habitat.
+
|This parrot Pokémon can exhale powerful freezing breath, it is related to Volkaka and is also solitary, though in its alpine habitat it prefers to feed on berries rather than smaller Pokémon.
  +
|-
  +
!scope="row"| Fawnippy
  +
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(fawn + nippy)
  +
|align=center| #061
  +
|align=center bgcolor="#98D8D8" colspan=2| Ice
  +
|align=center| Fawn
  +
|align=center| Snelk
  +
|A baby deer Pokémon, ?.
  +
|-
  +
!scope="row"| Frostag
  +
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(frost + stag)
  +
|align=center| #062
  +
|align=center bgcolor="#98D8D8" colspan=2| Ice
  +
|align=center| Stag
  +
|align=center| Brroose
  +
|A stag Pokémon, ?.
  +
|-
  +
!scope="row"| Mooselanche
  +
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(moose + avalanche)
  +
|align=center| #063
  +
|align=center bgcolor="#98D8D8" colspan=2| Ice
  +
|align=center| Moose
  +
|align=center| <small>(Final stage)</small>
  +
|A large moose Pokémon, ?.
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Grimer (Aotokeloan)
 
!scope="row"| Grimer (Aotokeloan)
 
!scope="row"| —
 
!scope="row"| —
|align=center| #056
+
|align=center| #064
 
|bgcolor="#A040A0" align=center| Poison
 
|bgcolor="#A040A0" align=center| Poison
 
|bgcolor="#F08030" align=center| Fire
 
|bgcolor="#F08030" align=center| Fire
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!scope="row"| Muk (Aotokeloan)
 
!scope="row"| Muk (Aotokeloan)
 
!scope="row"| —
 
!scope="row"| —
|align=center| #057
+
|align=center| #065
 
|bgcolor="#A040A0" align=center| Poison
 
|bgcolor="#A040A0" align=center| Poison
 
|bgcolor="#F08030" align=center| Fire
 
|bgcolor="#F08030" align=center| Fire
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!scope="row"| Oystearl
 
!scope="row"| Oystearl
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(oyster + pearl + earl)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(oyster + pearl + earl)
|align=center| #058
+
|align=center| #066
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#6890F0" colspan=2| Water
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#6890F0" colspan=2| Water
 
|align=center| Oyster
 
|align=center| Oyster
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!scope="row"| Musselith
 
!scope="row"| Musselith
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(mussel + -lith)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(mussel + -lith)
|align=center| #059
+
|align=center| #067
 
| align=center bgcolor="#6890F0"| Water
 
| align=center bgcolor="#6890F0"| Water
 
| align=center bgcolor="#B8A038"| Rock
 
| align=center bgcolor="#B8A038"| Rock
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!scope="row"| Maeroghast
 
!scope="row"| Maeroghast
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(Maero + ghast)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(Maero + ghast)
|align=center| #060
+
|align=center| #068
 
|bgcolor="#705848" align=center| Dark
 
|bgcolor="#705848" align=center| Dark
 
|bgcolor="#705898" align=center| Ghost
 
|bgcolor="#705898" align=center| Ghost
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!scope="row"| Predapede
 
!scope="row"| Predapede
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(predator + centipede)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(predator + centipede)
|align=center| #061
+
|align=center| #069
 
|bgcolor="#A8B820" align=center| Bug
 
|bgcolor="#A8B820" align=center| Bug
 
|bgcolor="#78C850" align=center| Grass
 
|bgcolor="#78C850" align=center| Grass
 
|align=center| Centipede (<i>Cormocephalus rubriceps</i>)
 
|align=center| Centipede (<i>Cormocephalus rubriceps</i>)
 
| align="center"| —
 
| align="center"| —
|A large centipede Pokémon. Found only on the northern island, it lives in the rainforest marshes by active volcanoes, it is the apex predator of its environment.
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|A large centipede Pokémon. Found only on the northern island, it lives in the rainforest marshes on the outskirts of volcanoes, it is the apex predator of its environment.
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Tidling
 
!scope="row"| Tidling
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(tide + -ling)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(tide + -ling)
|align=center| #062
+
|align=center| #070
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center colspan="2"| Water
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center colspan="2"| Water
 
|align=center| Crab
 
|align=center| Crab
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!scope="row"| Coralord
 
!scope="row"| Coralord
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(coral + lord)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(coral + lord)
|align=center| #063
+
|align=center| #071
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center colspan="2"| Water
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center colspan="2"| Water
 
|align=center| Reef crab
 
|align=center| Reef crab
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!scope="row"| Charybastion
 
!scope="row"| Charybastion
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(charybdis + bastion)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(charybdis + bastion)
|align=center| #064
+
|align=center| #072
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center| Water
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center| Water
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
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| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
 
|The final form of Tidling. A huge crab Pokémon, its armoured body is now completely covered in coral and tough spines, it can create whirlpools to draw in Pokémon from the surface of the water. Fiercly territorial of its reef, no aquatic Pokémon dare fight it. When stationary it is nearly indistuinguishable from a coral reef.
 
|The final form of Tidling. A huge crab Pokémon, its armoured body is now completely covered in coral and tough spines, it can create whirlpools to draw in Pokémon from the surface of the water. Fiercly territorial of its reef, no aquatic Pokémon dare fight it. When stationary it is nearly indistuinguishable from a coral reef.
|-
 
!scope="row"| Newtoxic
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(newt + toxic)
 
|align=center| #065
 
|bgcolor="#A040A0" align=center colspan=2| Poison
 
|align=center| Newt
 
| align="center"| —
 
|A poisonous newt Pokémon. Related to Aqualotl, Arboreptile, and Gechove, it is found only on the northern island in the rainforest marshes by active volcanoes. It feeds mainly on Nymphampire which it captures prey with it's long frog-like tongue.
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Rockodile
 
!scope="row"| Rockodile
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(rock + crocodile)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(rock + crocodile)
|align=center| #066
+
|align=center| #073
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center colspan=2| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center colspan=2| Rock
 
|align=center| Crocodile
 
|align=center| Crocodile
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!scope="row"| Ignigator
 
!scope="row"| Ignigator
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(igneous + alligator)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(igneous + alligator)
|align=center| #067
+
|align=center| #074
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#F08030" align=center| Fire
 
|bgcolor="#F08030" align=center| Fire
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!scope="row"| Allama
 
!scope="row"| Allama
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(alarm + llama)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(alarm + llama)
|align=center| #068
+
|align=center| #075
 
|bgcolor="#A8A878" colspan=2 align=center| Normal
 
|bgcolor="#A8A878" colspan=2 align=center| Normal
 
|align=center| Guard llama
 
|align=center| Guard llama
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!scope="row"| Pupoise
 
!scope="row"| Pupoise
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(pup + porpoise)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(pup + porpoise)
|align=center| #069
+
|align=center| #076
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center colspan="2"| Water
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center colspan="2"| Water
 
|align=center| Dolphin pup
 
|align=center| Dolphin pup
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!scope="row"| Delphae
 
!scope="row"| Delphae
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(delphine + fae)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(delphine + fae)
|align=center| #070
+
|align=center| #077
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center| Water
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center| Water
 
|bgcolor="#EE99AC" align=center| Fairy
 
|bgcolor="#EE99AC" align=center| Fairy
 
|align=center| Hector's dolphin
 
|align=center| Hector's dolphin
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
|The evolved form of Pupoise. What it lacks in size it makes up for in intelligence, speed and teamwork, they can also create magical illusions to disorientate predators.
+
|The evolved form of Pupoise. What it lacks in size it makes up for in intelligence, speed and teamwork, they can also create magical illusions to obscure themselves and confuse predators.
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Trogloranea
 
!scope="row"| Trogloranea
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(troglodyte + araneae)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(troglodyte + araneae)
|align=center| #071
+
|align=center| #078
  +
|bgcolor="#A8B820" align=center| Bug
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
|bgcolor="#A040A0" align=center| Poison
 
 
|align=center| Cave spider
 
|align=center| Cave spider
 
| align="center"| —
 
| align="center"| —
|A large cave spider Pokémon. Rarely seen and highly territorial, it is agile for its size and has large claws on its feet, and potent venom to incapacitate prey before cocooning them with its web. Feeding mainly on Wetacket, Gechove and Zubat, It spins tripwire web strands throughout expansive cavern networks to detect the location of prey. It is exclusive to <b>''Pokémon Masque Version''</b>.
+
|A large cave spider Pokémon. Rarely seen and highly territorial, it is agile for its size and has large claws on its feet, and is adept at using its silk to grapple with prey. Feeding mainly on Wetacket, Gechove and Zubat, It spins tripwire web strands throughout expansive cavern networks to detect the location of prey. It is exclusive to <b>''Pokémon Masque Version''</b>.
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Giggoblin
 
!scope="row"| Giggoblin
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(giggle + goblin)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(giggle + goblin)
|align=center| #072
+
|align=center| #079
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#78C850" | Grass
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#78C850" | Grass
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#F85888" | Psychic
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#F85888" | Psychic
 
|align=center| Goblin
 
|align=center| Goblin
 
| align="center"| <b>Psygre</b>
 
| align="center"| <b>Psygre</b>
|A small goblin Pokémon. Native to the rainforests of the northern island, the toadstool cap on its head provides a mental connection to the fungus networks in its environment, allowing it to navigate and sense activity in any part of the forest, It also likes to play pranks and giggles when it is successful.
+
|A small goblin Pokémon. A male-only species found in the rainforests of the northern island, the toadstool cap on its head provides a mental connection to the fungus networks in its environment, allowing it to navigate and sense activity in any part of the rainforest, It also likes to play pranks and giggles when it is successful.
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Psygre
 
!scope="row"| Psygre
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(psych out + ogre)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(psych out + ogre)
|align=center| #073
+
|align=center| #080
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#78C850" | Grass
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#78C850" | Grass
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#F85888" | Psychic
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#F85888" | Psychic
 
|align=center| Ogre
 
|align=center| Ogre
 
| align="center"| <b>Trollichen</b>
 
| align="center"| <b>Trollichen</b>
|An ogre Pokémon. The toadstool cap on its head has grown wider and provides shade for its face, it uses its innate connection to the forest to set up more elaborate pranks, cackling at its victims. On its belt it carries the explosive pinecones that Coniferno drop on the forest floor.
+
|An ogre Pokémon. The toadstool cap on its head has grown wider and shades its face, it uses its innate connection to the rainforest to set up more elaborate pranks, cackling at its victims. On its belt it carries the explosive coconuts that Dynapalm drop on the ground, which it uses to startle and intimidate.
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Trollichen
 
!scope="row"| Trollichen
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(troll + lichen)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(troll + lichen)
|align=center| #074
+
|align=center| #081
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#78C850" | Grass
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#78C850" | Grass
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#705848" | Dark
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#705848" | Dark
 
|align=center| Troll
 
|align=center| Troll
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
|A large troll Pokémon. It is often hiding under the large toadstool cap on its back, waiting for prey at the entrance to narrow valleys and bridges. Its innate connection to the forest has coalesced into an aura of terror. It wields a large bone club like Marowak.
+
|A large troll Pokémon. It is often hiding under the large toadstool cap on its back, waiting for prey at the entrance to narrow valleys and bridges. Its innate connection to the rainforest has coalesced into an aura of terror. It wields a large bone club like Marowak.
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Jynx (Aotokeloan)
 
!scope="row"| Jynx (Aotokeloan)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal"> —
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal"> —
|align=center| #075
+
|align=center| #082
| align="center" bgcolor="#F85888" | Psychic
 
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#78C850" | Grass
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#78C850" | Grass
  +
| align="center" bgcolor="#F85888" | Psychic
 
|align=center| Grass skirt
 
|align=center| Grass skirt
 
| align="center"| —
 
| align="center"| —
|This rare Pokémon is only found in the lush rain forests of the north island, it wears coconuts and a grass skirt.
+
|This rare Pokémon is found near the tropical beaches of the north island, it wears coconuts and a grass skirt.
 
|-
 
|-
!scope="row"| Noctelson
+
!scope="row"| Telsonyx
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(noncturnal + telson)
+
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(telson + Nyx)
|align=center| #076
+
|align=center| #083
|align=center bgcolor="#E0C068"| Ground
+
|align=center bgcolor="#A8B820"| Bug
 
|align=center bgcolor="#A040A0"| Poison
 
|align=center bgcolor="#A040A0"| Poison
 
|align=center| Scorpion
 
|align=center| Scorpion
 
| align="center"| —
 
| align="center"| —
|A large scorpion Pokémon. A cave-dwelling species, it is the same size as Trogloranea and is well armoured. It is exclusive to <b>''Pokémon Cloque Version''</b>.
+
|A large, nocturnal, forest-dwelling scorpion Pokémon. Found only on the island of Olde Kalodon, it buries itself beneath the earth during the day and hunts for prey at night. It is exclusive to <b>''Pokémon Cloque Version''</b>.
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Stalland
 
!scope="row"| Stalland
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(stallion + land)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(stallion + land)
|align=center| #077
+
|align=center| #084
 
|align=center bgcolor="#A8A878"| Normal
 
|align=center bgcolor="#A8A878"| Normal
 
|align=center bgcolor="#E0C068"| Ground
 
|align=center bgcolor="#E0C068"| Ground
 
|align=center| Stallion
 
|align=center| Stallion
 
| align="center"| —
 
| align="center"| —
|A stallion Pokémon. This is a male-only species like Tauros, it is favoured by farmers due to its speed, stamina and sure-footing over rough terrain.
+
|A stallion Pokémon. A male-only species like Tauros, it is favoured by farmers and outdoorsmen for its speed, stamina and sure-footing over rough terrain.
|-
 
!scope="row"| Megamaw
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(mega + maw)
 
|align=center| #078
 
| align=center bgcolor="#6890F0"| Water
 
| align=center bgcolor="#B8B8D0"| Steel
 
|align=center| Great white shark
 
| align="center"| —
 
|A large great white shark Pokémon. It has metal teeth and metal-tipped fins, and is fierce rivals with Terrorteuthis, equalling each other in agility and aggression. It is exclusive to <b>''Pokémon Masque Version''</b>.
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Terrorteuthis
 
!scope="row"| Terrorteuthis
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(terror + teuthid)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(terror + teuthid)
|align=center| #079
+
|align=center| #085
 
| align=center bgcolor="#6890F0"| Water
 
| align=center bgcolor="#6890F0"| Water
 
| align=center bgcolor="#705848"| Dark
 
| align=center bgcolor="#705848"| Dark
 
|align=center| Giant squid
 
|align=center| Giant squid
 
| align="center"| —
 
| align="center"| —
|A giant squid Pokémon. It has a robust hammerhead-shaped mantle and can squirt dark ink to obscure its escape or disorientate prey. Fierce rivals with Megamaw, they match each other for speed and ferocity. Its eight arms are lined with hooks, while its two tentacles are tipped with large claws. It is exclusive to <b>''Pokémon Cloque Version''</b>.
+
|A giant squid Pokémon. It has a robust hammerhead-shaped mantle and can squirt dark ink to obscure its escape or disorientate prey. Fierce rivals with Megamaw, they match each other for speed and ferocity. Its eight arms are lined with hooks, while its two tentacles are tipped with large claws. It is exclusive to <b>''Pokémon Masque Version''</b>.
  +
|-
  +
!scope="row"| Megamaw
  +
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(mega + maw)
  +
|align=center| #086
  +
| align=center bgcolor="#6890F0"| Water
  +
| align=center bgcolor="#B8B8D0"| Steel
  +
|align=center| Great white shark
  +
| align="center"| —
  +
|A large great white shark Pokémon. This countershaded species is camouflaged to blend in with the sky when looking at it from below, and the water when looking at it from above. It has metal teeth and metal-tipped fins, and is fierce rivals with Terrorteuthis, equalling each other in agility and aggression. It is exclusive to <b>''Pokémon Cloque Version''</b>.
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Laviathon
 
!scope="row"| Laviathon
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(lava + leviathan)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(lava + leviathan)
|align=center| #080
+
|align=center| #087
 
|align=center bgcolor="#F08030"| Fire
 
|align=center bgcolor="#F08030"| Fire
 
|align=center bgcolor="#7038F8"| Dragon
 
|align=center bgcolor="#7038F8"| Dragon
 
|align=center| Magma serpent
 
|align=center| Magma serpent
 
| align="center"| —
 
| align="center"| —
|A huge magma serpent Pokémon. It lives inside of magma chambers deep beneath the surface, it has occasionally been sighted rearing its head out of active volcanoes, and even in the lava flows leading into the surrounding area.
+
|A huge magma-serpent Pokémon. It lives inside of magma chambers deep beneath the surface, it has occasionally been sighted rearing its head out of active volcanoes, and even in the lava flows leading into the surrounding area.
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Slimoeba
 
!scope="row"| Slimoeba
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(slime + amoeba)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(slime + amoeba)
|align=center| #081
+
|align=center| #088
 
|bgcolor="#A040A0" align=center| Poison
 
|bgcolor="#A040A0" align=center| Poison
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center| Water
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center| Water
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!scope="row"| Thermoeba
 
!scope="row"| Thermoeba
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(thermal + amoeba)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(thermal + amoeba)
|align=center| #082
+
|align=center| #089
 
|bgcolor="#A040A0" align=center| Poison
 
|bgcolor="#A040A0" align=center| Poison
 
|bgcolor="#F08030" align=center| Fire
 
|bgcolor="#F08030" align=center| Fire
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!scope="row"| Magmoeba
 
!scope="row"| Magmoeba
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(magma + amoeba)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(magma + amoeba)
|align=center| #083
+
|align=center| #090
 
|align=center bgcolor=#E0C068| Ground
 
|align=center bgcolor=#E0C068| Ground
 
|align=center bgcolor=#F08030| Fire
 
|align=center bgcolor=#F08030| Fire
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!scope="row"| Pugleon
 
!scope="row"| Pugleon
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(pugnacious + ugly + -eon)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(pugnacious + ugly + -eon)
|align=center| #084
+
|align=center| #091
 
|bgcolor="#C03028" align=center colspan="2"| Fighting
 
|bgcolor="#C03028" align=center colspan="2"| Fighting
 
|align=center| Rabbit-dog
 
|align=center| Rabbit-dog
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
  +
|The Fighting-type evolution of Eevee, this Pokémon has a bobtail and is slightly bulkier than other evolutions of Eevee, it has short ears, a square jaw and red feet which look like boxing gloves.
|The Fighting-type evolution of Eevee.
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Petreon
 
!scope="row"| Petreon
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(petra + -eon)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(petra + -eon)
|align=center| #085
+
|align=center| #092
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center colspan="2"| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center colspan="2"| Rock
 
|align=center| Rabbit-dog
 
|align=center| Rabbit-dog
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
  +
|The Rock-type evolution of Eevee, its spine and the outer edges of its joints are covered in tough plate-like scales like that of a pangolin, to assist with climbing it has hooked claws and a long tail that ends in a grapppling hook-like feature.
|The Rock-type evolution of Eevee.
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Aereon
 
!scope="row"| Aereon
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(aerial + -eon)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(aerial + -eon)
|align=center| #086
+
|align=center| #093
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#A890F0" colspan="2"| Flying
 
| align="center" bgcolor="#A890F0" colspan="2"| Flying
 
|align=center| Rabbit-dog
 
|align=center| Rabbit-dog
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
 
| align="center"| <small>(Final stage)</small>
  +
|The Flying-type evolution of Eevee, it has patagia like a sugar glider and tail feathers like a bird, it steers while gliding using its feather-tipped feet and its ears which are shaped like bird wings.
|The Flying-type evolution of Eevee.
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
!scope="row"| Totemech
 
!scope="row"| Totemech
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(totem + mech)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(totem + mech)
|align=center| #087
+
|align=center| #094
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#B8B8D0" align=center| Steel
 
|bgcolor="#B8B8D0" align=center| Steel
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!scope="row"| Arbortoise
 
!scope="row"| Arbortoise
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(arboreal + tortoise)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(arboreal + tortoise)
|align=center| #088
+
|align=center| #095
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#78C850" align=center| Grass
 
|bgcolor="#78C850" align=center| Grass
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!scope="row"| Mascheloneon
 
!scope="row"| Mascheloneon
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(mask + chelonid + chameleon)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(mask + chelonid + chameleon)
|align=center| #089
+
|align=center| #096
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#E0C068" align=center| Ground
 
|bgcolor="#E0C068" align=center| Ground
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!scope="row"| Suchoraptor
 
!scope="row"| Suchoraptor
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(sucho- + raptor)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(sucho- + raptor)
|align=center| #090
+
|align=center| #097
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#78C850" align=center| Grass
 
|bgcolor="#78C850" align=center| Grass
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!scope="row"| Thalassuchus
 
!scope="row"| Thalassuchus
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(thalassa + -suchus)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(thalassa + -suchus)
|align=center| #091
+
|align=center| #098
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center| Water
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center| Water
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!scope="row"| Gaiawha
 
!scope="row"| Gaiawha
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(Gaia + taniwha)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(Gaia + taniwha)
|align=center| #092
+
|align=center| #099
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center| Water
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center| Water
 
|bgcolor="#EE99AC" align=center| Fairy
 
|bgcolor="#EE99AC" align=center| Fairy
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!scope="row"| Deimowha
 
!scope="row"| Deimowha
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(Deimos + taniwha)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(Deimos + taniwha)
|align=center| #093
+
|align=center| #100
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center| Water
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center| Water
 
|bgcolor="#705848" align=center| Dark
 
|bgcolor="#705848" align=center| Dark
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!scope="row"| Soteriwha
 
!scope="row"| Soteriwha
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(Soteria + taniwha)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(Soteria + taniwha)
|align=center| #094
+
|align=center| #101
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center| Water
 
|bgcolor="#6890F0" align=center| Water
 
|bgcolor="#F85888" align=center| Psychic
 
|bgcolor="#F85888" align=center| Psychic
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!scope="row"| Tuatrekker
 
!scope="row"| Tuatrekker
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(tuatara + trekker)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(tuatara + trekker)
|align=center| #095
+
|align=center| #102
 
|bgcolor="#E0C068" align=center| Ground
 
|bgcolor="#E0C068" align=center| Ground
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
 
|bgcolor="#B8A038" align=center| Rock
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!scope="row"| Tuatantrum
 
!scope="row"| Tuatantrum
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(tuatara + tantrum)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(tuatara + tantrum)
|align=center| #096
+
|align=center| #103
 
|bgcolor="#E0C068" align=center| Ground
 
|bgcolor="#E0C068" align=center| Ground
 
|bgcolor="#F08030" align=center| Fire
 
|bgcolor="#F08030" align=center| Fire
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!scope="row"| Tuatyrant
 
!scope="row"| Tuatyrant
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(tuatara + tyrant)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(tuatara + tyrant)
|align=center| #097
+
|align=center| #104
 
|bgcolor="#E0C068" align=center| Ground
 
|bgcolor="#E0C068" align=center| Ground
 
|bgcolor="#7038F8" align=center| Dragon
 
|bgcolor="#7038F8" align=center| Dragon
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!scope="row"| Chimantleon
 
!scope="row"| Chimantleon
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(chimera + antlion + chameleon)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(chimera + antlion + chameleon)
|align=center| #098
+
|align=center| #105
 
|bgcolor="#E0C068" align=center| Ground
 
|bgcolor="#E0C068" align=center| Ground
 
|bgcolor="#EE99AC" align=center| Fairy
 
|bgcolor="#EE99AC" align=center| Fairy
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!scope="row"| Panflorama
 
!scope="row"| Panflorama
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(pan- + flora + panorama)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(pan- + flora + panorama)
|align=center| #099
+
|align=center| #106
 
|bgcolor="#78C850" align=center| Grass
 
|bgcolor="#78C850" align=center| Grass
 
|bgcolor="#705848" align=center| Dark
 
|bgcolor="#705848" align=center| Dark
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!scope="row"| Camantisguise
 
!scope="row"| Camantisguise
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(camouflage + mantis + disguise)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(camouflage + mantis + disguise)
|align=center| #100
+
|align=center| #107
 
|bgcolor="#A8B820" align=center| Bug
 
|bgcolor="#A8B820" align=center| Bug
 
|bgcolor="#F85888" align=center| Psychic
 
|bgcolor="#F85888" align=center| Psychic
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!scope="row"| Mimikapo
 
!scope="row"| Mimikapo
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(mimic + kakapo)
 
!scope="row"| <span style="font-weight:normal">(mimic + kakapo)
|align=center| #101
+
|align=center| #108
 
|bgcolor="#78C850" align=center| Grass
 
|bgcolor="#78C850" align=center| Grass
 
|bgcolor="#A890F0" align=center| Flying
 
|bgcolor="#A890F0" align=center| Flying

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These Pokémon games take place in the Aotokeloa region, which is based on New Zealand and surrounding islands, it is considered to be a sister region to Alola. The games are Pokémon Masque Version and Pokémon Cloque Version:

  • The Aotokeloa region is composed of two large main islands and some smaller surrounding islands. The southern island features craggy coastal cliffs with hidden coves, idyllic farmlands can be found further inland and are punctuated by estuaries and areas of hilly wilderness, with a narrow alpine region running along the left side of the island's lower half. The northern island is home to several dormant and active volcanoes surrounded by lush rainforest, secluded marshes and tropical beaches, extensive caverns run throughout both islands with the depths of many remaining unexplored.
    • Other islands:
      • Olde Kalodon is found to the northwest of the Aotokeloan mainland, based on New Caledonia it is a colony of the Kalos region and is the largest of the smaller islands, it is home to Kalos species as well as a few new species not found on the Aotokeloan mainland.
  • The three starter Pokémon are Badpole; the Grass/Dark-type tadpole Pokémon, Cinderbat; the Fire/Flying-type bat Pokémon and Wavyper; the Water/Poison-type sea snake Pokémon.
  • The region's Pokémon professor is professor Beech, a rural-styled professor and a colleague of the Sinnoh region's professor Rowan.
  • The antagonist teams are Team Mask and Team Cloak, who have a rivalry similar to that of Team Magma and Team Aqua from Pokémon Ruby Version and Pokémon Sapphire Version.
    • Team Mask:
      • Antics include the player encountering the team impersonating Pokémon scientists, with the grunts disguising themselves professor Beech's lab researchers, the lieutenants as his aides, and the leader as professor Beech herself.
    • Team Cloak:
      • Antics include include the player encountering the team blending in with a flock of sheep Pokémon, with the grunts camouflaging themselves as Faewe, the lieutenants as Solaries and the leader as an Allama
  • The eight Gym Leaders use Grass, Normal, Flying, Fairy, Bug, Fighting, Water and Rock types.
  • The Elite Four use Flying, Dark, Poison and Fire types.
  • The grouping arrangement of this region's Pokédex is designed to be somewhat comparable to generation I's Kanto Pokédex.
  • One developmental focus here, is to create a Pokémon battle system where the overly straightforward and uncreative numbers game of the metagame, will be corrected and in it's place a battle system more true to what is seen in the anime will be implemented, this is so that a person's Pokémon team will reflect their own personal preferences, and will require genuine creativity and interest to be a valid choice. For example, in the anime you very rarely see the trainers with kind of overpowered teams of the same few heavy hitters or legendary Pokémon, making it much more interesting and individualistic, and this has been an unaddressed issue since the first Pokémon games were released. People can access sites like Smogon, which have all of the most comprehensive and up to date info regarding which Pokémon perform best in the metagame and how to breed/train them, it basically puts a meta-competitive Pokémon team together for you with very little input from a trainer, so clearly the Pokémon battle system is already way too simple as it is, this problem cannot be solved by simply adding new Pokémon and new techniques etc. wiuth every successive generation, that does not solve the fundamental problems, avoiding the problem like that and just building more of the what is basically just the same stuff on top of it, just creates more data to alter when improvements are actually made to create a battle system with proper dynamics, though fortunately people such as myself are already developing Pokémon battle dynamics more in line with what is seen in the anime, and even improving on that, this also goes beyond just the battle dynamics, but also things such as encounter and capture dynamics.



Meaning of version names:

Pokémon Masque Version — This version is based around the aspect of disguising oneself using a mask, you can see here that the design example is a colourful butterfly mask, and 'masque' is just an archaic form of the word 'mask'
Pokémon Cloque Version — This version is based around the aspect of hiding and camouflaging oneself into their environemnt by using a hooded cloak, you can see here in this example that the cloak has an earthy moth-like design, and as the word 'cloque' means an embossed fabric, it is applicable here as a stylisation of the word 'cloak'





































Credits:

  • Fomantisboy35
    • Initial concept draft
    • Original creature concepts #016, #017, #026, #027, #028, #042, #043, #044, #048, #049, #079, #080, #088 and #090
    • Original version names and initial stylistic material
  • Freighttrain
    • Region name and concepts
    • Development of version concepts and alterations to original version names
    • All creature concepts with the exception of those listed as Fomantisboy35's
      • Alterations to Fomantisboy35's original creature concepts (#016, #017, #026, #027, #028, #042, #043, #044, #048, #049, #079, #080, #088 and #090) and their names



Aotokeloan Pokédex

List of Pokémon species introduced in Generation #
Name No. Type(s) Classification Evolves into Description
English Meaning Primary Secondary
Badpole (bad+ tadpole) #001 Grass Dark Tadpole Thiefrog The Grass-type starter in the game. An antisocial Pokémon, it will hide at the water's edge among the vegetation, waiting to ambush small bug Pokémon for food while it bides its time to store energy for evolution.
Thiefrog (thief + frog) #002 Grass Dark Tree frog Toadsteal The evolved form of Badpole. It is fond of stealing things with its long tongue and then hiding them in its throat pouch, before depositing them in tree hollows and burrows dug at the water's edge.
Toadsteal (toad + steal + toadstool) #003 Grass Dark Toad (Final stage) The final form of Badpole. It steals things with its long tongue, and hides them underneath the cap of the large toadstool on its back.
Cinderbat (cinder + bat) #004 Fire Flying Bat Bombat The Fire-type starter in the game. ?.
Bombat (bomb + bat) #005 Fire Flying Bat Pyrodactyl The evolved form of Cinderbat. ?.
Pyrodactyl (pyro + dactyl) #006 Fire Flying Giant bat (Final stage) The final form of Cinderbat. ?.
Wavyper (wave + wavy + viper) #007 Water Poison Sea snake Diviper The Water-type starter in the game. Mildly venomous, it is able to paralyze prey with its bite, it spends most of its time on the beach and enjoys surfing waves in the shallows.
Diviper (dive + viper) #008 Water Poison Sea snake Hydrophidian The evolved form of Wavyper. Now highly venemous, it has taken to diving beneath the surface in search of larger prey.
Hydrophidian (hydro- + ophidian) #009 Water Poison Sea serpent (Final stage) The final form of Wavyper. Now very large and with highly potent venom, it is capable of seeking out large bottom dwelling prey at greater depths. Evidence has been found of it coming into territorial conflict with Gyarados over feeding grounds.
Cratopillar (aristocrat + caterpillar) #010 Bug Fairy Caterpillar Pupillon A snooty caterpillar Pokémon. It can produce colourful patterns on its body to appear poisonous to predators. It is common in Pokémon Masque Version, but rare in Pokémon Cloque Version.
Pupillon (pupa + papillon (French)) #011 Bug Fairy Pupa Transchromarch The evolved form of Cratopillar. ?. It is common in Pokémon Masque Version, but rare in Pokémon Cloque Version.
Transchromarch (transform + chroma + monarch (butterfly)) #012 Bug Fairy Monarch butterfly (Final stage) The final form of Cratopillar. ?.
Cloakrawly (cloak + creepy-crawly) #013 Bug Dark Caterpillar Cloakoon A caterpillar Pokémon. ?. It is common in Pokémon Cloque Version, but rare in Pokémon Masque Version.
Cloakoon (cloak + cocoon) #014 Bug Dark Cocoon Camothrag The evolved form of Cloakrawly. ?. It is common in Pokémon Cloque Version, but rare in Pokémon Masque Version.
Camothrag (camouflage + moth + rag) #015 Bug Dark Hercules moth (Final stage) The final form of Cloakrawly. ?.
Weewi (wee + kiwi (bird)) #016 Normal Flying Kiwi bird Peewi The regional bird. It is flightless and is related to Doduo, though are more docile. Usually a solitary species, they are capable of running at high speeds.
Peewi (peewee + kiwi (bird)) #017 Normal Flying Kiwi bird Moawi The evolved form of Weewi. It is larger and has also become more aggressive, usually associating with five or eight other individuals.
Moawi (moa + kiwi (bird)) #018 Normal Flying Moa (Final stage) The final form of Weewi. It is a Peewi that has developed atavistic traits, becoming larger and more robust, though not as quick as its previous evolutions. They hunt in packs of three and have large talons that can stomp and tear at prey, they are a constant threat to flocks of Lullamb and Faewe.
Skipling (skip + -ling) #019 Normal Joey Wallabounce A joey Pokémon. ?.
Wallabounce (wallaby + bounce) #020 Normal Wallaby (Final stage) The evolved form of Skipling. ?.
Aquilite (aquila + lite + -ite) #021 Rock Flying Eaglet Aquilith An eaglet Pokémon. They are found on the seaside cliffs and alpine terrain where Aquilith make their nests, they have an inquisitive yet aggressive temperament.
Aquilith (aquila + -lith) #022 Rock Flying Haast's eagle (Final stage) A large eagle Pokémon. A rarely seen species, Aquilith are rugged like the seaside cliffs and alpine terrain they nest in. They prey mainly on flocks of Faewe, but will also go after most Pokémon found in the surrounding bushland, including solitary Moawi.
Lullamb (lullaby + lamb) #023 Normal Fairy Lamb Faewe (female) or Solaries (male) A merry lamb Pokémon. It enjoys frollicking in meadows and is good friends with Huntawag.
Faewe (fae + wicked) #024 Normal Fairy Ewe (Final stage) The evolved form of a female Lullamb. Docile and friendly, its fleece has a passive magical ability that produces a pleasant air of serenity around itself.
Solaries (solar + aries) #025 Normal Fairy Ram (Final stage) The evolved form of a male Lullamb. Its fleece draws power from the light of the sun, and can project blinding light from its magical horns to disorientate foes, it engages in friendly matches of horn-clashing with other Solaries.
Sablamb (sable + lamb) #026 Normal Dark Lamb Eweicked (female) or Angram (male) An troublesome lamb Pokémon. It enjoys ruining people's flower gardens and likes to chase Oinklet with Caprikid. There is a 50% chance of obtaining a Sablamb egg when breeding a Faewe holding the Black Fleece item.
Eweicked (ewe + wicked) #027 Normal Dark Ewe (Final stage) The evolved form of a female Sablamb. It has been known to kidnap Lullamb from farms, so that it can try to raise them in the bush as Sablamb.
Angram (angry + ram) #028 Normal Dark Ram (Final stage) The evolved form of a male Sablamb. Like Eweicked, They occupy the narrow strips of bushland in between the farms and the denser vegetation of the hilly wilderness areas. It forms gangs with Hogstile to bully other Pokémon.
Wetacket (weta + cricket) #029 Bug Wētā A large cricket-like Pokémon, it will moult and change its appearance, elemental type and capabilities to adapt to its environment.
Wetacket - Tree Form (weta + cricket) #029 - A Bug Grass Tree wētā A large cricket-like Pokémon, this agile form of Wetacket has moulted to adapt to the forest, it is often jumping from canopy to canopy along the treetops.
Wetacket - Burrow Form (weta + cricket) #029 - B Bug Ground Ground wētā A large cricket-like Pokémon, this hardy form of Wetacket has moulted to adapt to burrowing underground.
Wetacket - Cave Form (weta + cricket) #029 - C Bug Rock Cave wētā A large cricket-like Pokémon, this sensitive form of Wetacket has moulted to adapt to living inside of caves, it has strong night vision and stridulation sonar.
Wetacket - Belligerent Form (weta + cricket) #029 - D Bug Fighting Tusked wētā A large cricket-like Pokémon, this aggressive form of Wetacket has moulted to adapt to defending territory, it has large tusks for fighting other Bug-type Pokémon.
Arboreptile (arboreal + reptile) #030 Grass Tree gecko A tree gecko Pokémon. Related to Aqualotl, Gechove and Newtoxic, it resides in trees where its camouflage makes it nearly indistinguishable from its surroundings. It captures prey with it's long frog-like tongue.
Shrapling (shrapnel + sapling) #031 Grass Sapling Dynapalm or Coniferno A small tree Pokémon. It lives in the hilly wilderness areas of the southern island, the rainforests of the northern island and the forests of Olde Kalodon. Its seed cones can fire their woody seed scales like shrapnel.
Dynapalm (dynamite + napalm + palm (tree)) #032 Grass Rock Coconut tree (Final stage) Found on or near the tropical beaches of the northern island and superficially similar to Exeggutor, its coconuts are explosive and those it drops are collected by Psygre for use in its pranks. This evolution is exclusive to Pokémon Masque Version.
Coniferno (pinecone + conifer + fern + inferno) #033 Grass Fire Conifer (Final stage) Found in the hilly wilderness of the southern island, the rainforests of the northern island and in the forests of Olde Kalodon, it is often followed by Slimoeba who feed on the incendiary pinecones it drops, and who will then evolve into Thermoeba once they have ingested enough of the flammable chemicals they contain. This evolution is exclusive to Pokémon Cloque Version.
Nymphampire (nymph (insect) + vampire) #034 Bug Water Mosquito larva Tranquito A small mosquito larva Pokémon. ?.
Tranquito (tranquiliser + mosquito) #035 Bug Flying Mosquito (Final stage) The evolved form of Nymphampire. ?.
Aqualotl (aqua + axolotl) #036 Water Axalotl An axolotl Pokémon. Related to Arboreptile, Gechove and Newtoxic, it is found in estuaries and ponds, it captures prey with it's long frog-like tongue.
Caprikid (Capricorn + kid) #037 Normal Goat kid Goatree or Goagrip A baby goat Pokémon. It lives in the scrubland between farms and the hilly wilderness areas and enjoys chasing Oinklet with Sablamb.
Goatree (goat + tree + goatee) #038 Normal Grass Goat (Final stage) A tree-climbing goat Pokémon. It is found inland climbing trees in the hilly wilderness areas of the southern island.
Goagrip (goat + grip) #039 Normal Rock Mountain goat (Final stage) A mountain-climbing goat Pokémon. It is found scaling the mountainous seaside cliffs in the north of the southern island.
Mousea (mouse + sea) #040 Water Water rat Reefrat A small aquatic mouse Pokémon. It is timid and can usually be found near the entrance of seaside coves.
Reefrat (reef + rat) #041 Water Water rat An aquatic rat Pokémon. It hunts for prey in coral reefs and can hold its breath for a long time.
Oinklet (oink + piglet) #042 Normal Ground Feral piglet Hogruff A timid piglet Pokémon, Oinklet are afraid of other Pokémon and reside in the bushlands between farms and the hilly wilderness areas, digging burrows to hide in.
Hogruff (hog + gruff + rough) #043 Normal Fighting Hog Hogstile A hog Pokémon. It now has tusks and jaws for wrestling other Pokémon, and has a lot of internal anger from when it lived in fear as an Oinklet. When it's about to evolve it will find a cave to unleash its rage inside of.
Hogstile (hog + hostile) #044 Normal Dark Wild boar (Final stage) The final form of Oinklet, residing in the narrow stips of bushland, it is passionately hostile and will often team up with Angram to bully other Pokémon.
Huntawag (Huntaway + wag) #045 Normal Electric Huntaway sheep dog pup Huntahowl A sheep dog pup Pokémon, it is very playful with Lullamb, whose fleece it likes to poof up with its electrical abilities.
Huntahowl (Huntaway + howl) #046 Normal Electric Huntaway sheep dog (Final stage) A large sheep dog Pokémon, it will remain nearby flocks of Lullamb and Faewe to protect them, while Allama watch from afar to alert Huntahowl of Moawi packs on the prowl, against which its Electric-type attacks make it highly effective.
Calflex (calf + flex) #047 Normal Fighting Minotaur calf Pugbull An anthropomorphic calf Pokémon. Energetic and playful, it is good friends with Machop who it spars with.
Pugbull (pugilist + bull) #048 Normal Fighting Minotaur Territaur An anthropomorphic bull Pokémon. Like its friend Machoke who it wrestles with, it wears a power-save belt to manage its great strength, it uses its horns and tough hoof-like fists in combat.
Territaur (territory + minotaur) #049 Rock Fighting Minotaur A minotaur Pokémon. Fiercly territorial, it no longer wears a power-save belt, and will create complex tunnel systems with its ruggedly brutal strength. Occasionally while tunneling, it will encounter a Trogloranea or Tuatantrum and fight over territory.
Gechove (gecko + echo + cove) #050 Rock Cave gecko A reclusive cave gecko Pokémon. Related to Arboreptile, Aqualotl and Newtoxic, it is found only inside of caves, they have adapted strong night vision and echcolocation sensory abilities, they mainly feed on Zubat which it captures with it's long frog-like tongue.
Fendrily (fen + tendril + lily) #051 Grass Water Water lily Zymesmer or Flaptrap A water lily Pokémon. Found in the rainforest marshes of the northern island, its mellow appearance hides two tentacle-like vines which extend below the surface to capture prey.
Zymesmer ((digestive) enzyme + mesmerise) #052 Grass Psychic Pitcher plant (Final stage) A pitcher plant Pokémon. It is found near the rainforest marshes of the northern island, it has a hypnotic ability which it uses to lure prey onto the trap door above its pitcher. This evolution is exclusive to Pokémon Masque Version.
Flaptrap (flap + trap) #053 Grass Flying Venus flytrap (Final stage) A Venus flytrap Pokémon. It is found near the rainforest marshes of the northern island, similar in appearance to Carnivine, it is much more agile and can flap its leaf-jaws like wings to fly high and position itself in the canopy, before waiting for birds or other arboreal Pokémon to wander within range, in this fashion it behaves similar to a spider and can even pursue prey through the air. This evolution is exclusive to Pokémon Cloque Version.
Newtoxic (newt + toxic) #054 Poison Newt A poisonous newt Pokémon. Related to Aqualotl, Arboreptile, and Gechove, it is found only on the northern island in the rainforest marshes by active volcanoes. It feeds mainly on Nymphampire which it captures prey with it's long frog-like tongue.
Skipider (skip + spider) #055 Bug Water Fishing spider Anglerachnid A small aquatic spider Pokémon. A friendly and energetic species, it enjoys dashing across the surface of ponds and rivers.
Anglerachnid (angler + arachnid) #056 Bug Water Fishing spider (Final stage) The evolved form of Skipider. While still agile for its size, it became more patient and focused when it evolved. Found mainly on the sides of seaside cliffs, though it is also known to go diving in coral reefs. It uses nets spun from its web to capture aquatic prey.
Electrozoan (electric + hydrozoan) #057 Water Electric Portuguese man o' war A jellyfish-like Pokémon. Though it is a surface aquatic species, it is able to levitate or dive by inflating or deflating its gas-filled bladder, in this way it can use its paralysis-inducing electric tentacles, to prey on both aquatic Pokémon and those living near the shore, as well as flying Pokémon.
Psycrow (psychic + crow) #058 Flying Psychic New Caledonian crow A highly intelligent crow Pokémon. It has great dexterity with its wings, and is able to wield all manner of tools or weapons like a Farfetch'd, though it prefers crowbars, and like Alakazam, it can also use its telekinetic powers to bend small metal objects such as spoons. It is only found in Olde Kalodon.
Volkaka (volcano + kaka) #059 Flying Fire Kaka This parrot Pokémon can blow fireballs from its mouth, mostly solitary it circles above active volcanoes, using its keen eyesight to watch for prey at the edge of the lush rainforests leading on to its volcanic habitat.
Cryokea (cryo- + kea) #060 Flying Ice Kea This parrot Pokémon can exhale powerful freezing breath, it is related to Volkaka and is also solitary, though in its alpine habitat it prefers to feed on berries rather than smaller Pokémon.
Fawnippy (fawn + nippy) #061 Ice Fawn Snelk A baby deer Pokémon, ?.
Frostag (frost + stag) #062 Ice Stag Brroose A stag Pokémon, ?.
Mooselanche (moose + avalanche) #063 Ice Moose (Final stage) A large moose Pokémon, ?.
Grimer (Aotokeloan) #064 Poison Fire Sludge Muk (Aotokeloan) ?.
Muk (Aotokeloan) #065 Poison Fire Sludge (Final stage) ?. It competes with Magmoeba for the hottest lava. It leaves burning hot trails that give off toxic smoke.
Oystearl (oyster + pearl + earl) #066 Water Oyster An oyster Pokémon. ?. Found only in Olde Kalodon, it is exclusive to Pokémon Masque Version.
Musselith (mussel + -lith) #067 Water Rock Mussel A mussel Pokémon. ?. Found only in Olde Kalodon, it is exclusive to Pokémon Cloque Version.
Maeroghast (Maero + ghast) #068 Dark Ghost Maero A large ghast Pokémon. Believed by many to be a myth or a mistaken sighting of a Trollichen that has wandered from the north. It is said to inhabit the hilly wilderness forests of the southern island.
Predapede (predator + centipede) #069 Bug Grass Centipede (Cormocephalus rubriceps) A large centipede Pokémon. Found only on the northern island, it lives in the rainforest marshes on the outskirts of volcanoes, it is the apex predator of its environment.
Tidling (tide + -ling) #070 Water Crab Coralord A small crab Pokémon. It is a common sight at the beach, scuttling back and forth with the tide.
Coralord (coral + lord) #071 Water Reef crab Charybastion The evolved from of Tidling. It now spends all its time in reefs, and coral has begun to grow on its back.
Charybastion (charybdis + bastion) #072 Water Rock King crab (Final stage) The final form of Tidling. A huge crab Pokémon, its armoured body is now completely covered in coral and tough spines, it can create whirlpools to draw in Pokémon from the surface of the water. Fiercly territorial of its reef, no aquatic Pokémon dare fight it. When stationary it is nearly indistuinguishable from a coral reef.
Rockodile (rock + crocodile) #073 Rock Crocodile Ignigator A crocodile Pokémon. It lives inside of caves and occasionally ventures onto the volcanic slopes, tentatively dipping its tail into the lave flows.
Ignigator (igneous + alligator) #074 Rock Fire Crocodile (Final stage) A large lava crocodile Pokémon. It swims up and down lava flows, patrolling its territory and looking for prey, though it seems to ignore Magmoeba and Aotokeloan who it might just regard as lava. The black scutes on ts back blend in with the crust formed at the top of the lava flows, making it indistinguishable from its surroundings and allowing it ambush prey by the lava's edge.
Allama (alarm + llama) #075 Normal Guard llama They work with Huntahowl, its long neck allowing it to watch over flocks of Lullamb and Faewe at a distance, while Huntahowl protect them up close, it is always on the lookout for Moawi packs and Aquilith hunting for prey.
Pupoise (pup + porpoise) #076 Water Dolphin pup Delphae A dolphin pup Pokémon. It is very intelligent and playful, possessing great agility in the water.
Delphae (delphine + fae) #077 Water Fairy Hector's dolphin (Final stage) The evolved form of Pupoise. What it lacks in size it makes up for in intelligence, speed and teamwork, they can also create magical illusions to obscure themselves and confuse predators.
Trogloranea (troglodyte + araneae) #078 Bug Rock Cave spider A large cave spider Pokémon. Rarely seen and highly territorial, it is agile for its size and has large claws on its feet, and is adept at using its silk to grapple with prey. Feeding mainly on Wetacket, Gechove and Zubat, It spins tripwire web strands throughout expansive cavern networks to detect the location of prey. It is exclusive to Pokémon Masque Version.
Giggoblin (giggle + goblin) #079 Grass Psychic Goblin Psygre A small goblin Pokémon. A male-only species found in the rainforests of the northern island, the toadstool cap on its head provides a mental connection to the fungus networks in its environment, allowing it to navigate and sense activity in any part of the rainforest, It also likes to play pranks and giggles when it is successful.
Psygre (psych out + ogre) #080 Grass Psychic Ogre Trollichen An ogre Pokémon. The toadstool cap on its head has grown wider and shades its face, it uses its innate connection to the rainforest to set up more elaborate pranks, cackling at its victims. On its belt it carries the explosive coconuts that Dynapalm drop on the ground, which it uses to startle and intimidate.
Trollichen (troll + lichen) #081 Grass Dark Troll (Final stage) A large troll Pokémon. It is often hiding under the large toadstool cap on its back, waiting for prey at the entrance to narrow valleys and bridges. Its innate connection to the rainforest has coalesced into an aura of terror. It wields a large bone club like Marowak.
Jynx (Aotokeloan) #082 Grass Psychic Grass skirt This rare Pokémon is found near the tropical beaches of the north island, it wears coconuts and a grass skirt.
Telsonyx (telson + Nyx) #083 Bug Poison Scorpion A large, nocturnal, forest-dwelling scorpion Pokémon. Found only on the island of Olde Kalodon, it buries itself beneath the earth during the day and hunts for prey at night. It is exclusive to Pokémon Cloque Version.
Stalland (stallion + land) #084 Normal Ground Stallion A stallion Pokémon. A male-only species like Tauros, it is favoured by farmers and outdoorsmen for its speed, stamina and sure-footing over rough terrain.
Terrorteuthis (terror + teuthid) #085 Water Dark Giant squid A giant squid Pokémon. It has a robust hammerhead-shaped mantle and can squirt dark ink to obscure its escape or disorientate prey. Fierce rivals with Megamaw, they match each other for speed and ferocity. Its eight arms are lined with hooks, while its two tentacles are tipped with large claws. It is exclusive to Pokémon Masque Version.
Megamaw (mega + maw) #086 Water Steel Great white shark A large great white shark Pokémon. This countershaded species is camouflaged to blend in with the sky when looking at it from below, and the water when looking at it from above. It has metal teeth and metal-tipped fins, and is fierce rivals with Terrorteuthis, equalling each other in agility and aggression. It is exclusive to Pokémon Cloque Version.
Laviathon (lava + leviathan) #087 Fire Dragon Magma serpent A huge magma-serpent Pokémon. It lives inside of magma chambers deep beneath the surface, it has occasionally been sighted rearing its head out of active volcanoes, and even in the lava flows leading into the surrounding area.
Slimoeba (slime + amoeba) #088 Poison Water Slime Thermoeba A toxic slime Pokémon. Toxic and highly agile, this species is very difficult to capture, it lives in the marshes by active volcanoes.
Thermoeba (thermal + amoeba) #089 Poison Fire Flammable slime Magmoeba A flaming slime Pokémon. Slimoeba evolved into Thermoeba by ingesting the flammable chemicals of Coninferno's pinecones. Its agile slimy body produces toxic flammable compounds which it coats itself with. it lives nearby active volcanoes, and can mix hypergolic chemicals on its skin to set itself ablaze at will.
Magmoeba (magma + amoeba) #090 Ground Fire Lava slime (Final stage) A large lava slime Pokémon. It is made of molten earth mixed with whatever it absorbs, and can grow to enormous sizes while retaining its agility. it lives in the lava flows at the base of volcanoes where it competes with Aotokeloan Muk for the hottest lava.
Pugleon (pugnacious + ugly + -eon) #091 Fighting Rabbit-dog (Final stage) The Fighting-type evolution of Eevee, this Pokémon has a bobtail and is slightly bulkier than other evolutions of Eevee, it has short ears, a square jaw and red feet which look like boxing gloves.
Petreon (petra + -eon) #092 Rock Rabbit-dog (Final stage) The Rock-type evolution of Eevee, its spine and the outer edges of its joints are covered in tough plate-like scales like that of a pangolin, to assist with climbing it has hooked claws and a long tail that ends in a grapppling hook-like feature.
Aereon (aerial + -eon) #093 Flying Rabbit-dog (Final stage) The Flying-type evolution of Eevee, it has patagia like a sugar glider and tail feathers like a bird, it steers while gliding using its feather-tipped feet and its ears which are shaped like bird wings.
Totemech (totem + mech) #094 Rock Steel Totem A mysterious totem Pokémon, it was crafted from ore-bearing stone by a primitive tribe, and enchanted to life by magic.
Arbortoise (arboreal + tortoise) #095 Rock Grass Tortoise Mascheloneon A small arboreal fossil Pokémon. An agile tree-climber, it has dextrous claws on its four feet and a spiky prehensile for climbing trees and evading larger ground-dwelling predators. its shell can change its colour and pattern to blend in with the tree it is hiding on, or display a terrifying face to scare off competitors. Its fossil is exclusive to Pokémon Masque Version.
Mascheloneon (mask + chelonid + chameleon) #096 Rock Ground Meiolaniid turtle (Final stage) A large tortoise-like fossil Pokémon. Once an adept tree-climber prior to evolution, its deft claws and prehensile tail developed into sturdy feet and a broad armoured tail, which left it as a purely ground-dwelling species. It spent most of its time basking in the sun atop rocks by the water's edge, absorbing sunlight with Its large shell which converts photons using photosynthesis. Like its previous evolution, it is also able to use its shell to display various colours and patterns to hide by blending in with its rock, or to disguise itself with a frightening visage to scare off foes. Its spiky armoured tail has a powerful club at its end used to combat large predators. It went extinct when it became overreliant on its camouflage, and grew too large and slow to find new feeding grounds.
Suchoraptor (sucho- + raptor) #097 Rock Grass Protosuchian Thalassuchus A small crocodile-like fossil Pokémon. It has long hind limbs which allowed it to run fast through the dense jungle to catch agile prey, though it would often also chase after fish in the shallows. Its fossil is exclusive to Pokémon Cloque Version.
Thalassuchus (thalassa + -suchus) #098 Rock Water Mosasaur (Final stage) A large mosasaur-like fossil Pokémon. When it evolved, its limbs shortened and its feet developed into large paddles, while its tail grew fins, which allowed it to powerfully propel itself through the water. It was the apex predator of its coastal and estuarine habitat. Its crocodile-like skin and colouration, helped it to blend in with the brackish water and dense foliage of jungle riverbanks, and ambush prey drinking at the shore. It went extinct when it was outcompeted by more verstaile crocodilian Pokémon that could hunt on both land and in the water.
Gaiawha (Gaia + taniwha) #099 Water Fairy Nature taniwha The mythical sea serpent Pokémon of nature, it creates coves and other natural features while increasing the land's fertility, beautifying coastal and estuarine environments. It is a part of the region's lesser legendary trio.
Deimowha (Deimos + taniwha) #100 Water Dark Vengeful taniwha The mythical sea serpent Pokémon of vengeance, seeing it said to be a bad omen, it will also seek out and punish evil-doers who venture too close to its coastal or inland estuarine dwellings. It is a part of the region's lesser legendary trio.
Soteriwha (Soteria + taniwha) #101 Water Psychic Guardian taniwha The mythical sea serpent Pokémon of sacred places, with powerful mystical abilities, it is the guardian of sacred places where the sea meets the land, and can call forth dense fog to obscure an area. It is a part of the region's lesser legendary trio.
Tuatrekker (tuatara + trekker) #102 Ground Rock Tuatara Tuatatantrum A rare adventurous tuatara-like Pokémon. Fond of scaling the jagged cliffs in the north of the southern island, its rugged body is covered in tough scutes, which also allow it to blend in with its rocky habitat.
Tuatantrum (tuatara + tantrum) #103 Ground Fire Wyrm Tuatyrant A reclusive cave-dwelling tuatara-like Pokémon. One too many falls while climbing have turned this Pokémon into an aggressive monster. It no longer ventures far as it has become extremely territorial, it will rabidly breathe flame at any who near its cave.
Tuatyrant (tuatara + tyrant) #104 Ground Dragon Wyrm (Final stage) A large wingless dragon-like Pokémon. An individual rules over a vast subterranean domain, few have ever seen one, and it is rumoured to battle with monstrous creatures in magma chambers deep beneath the Earth.
Chimantleon (chimera + antlion + chameleon) #105 Ground Fairy Chimera A large hibernatory chimera Pokémon with the head of a lion, the body of a camel, the wings of an eagle with its talons as forelegs, and the scales, tail and hind legs of a chameleon, it remains motionless at the base of large sand dunes where junctions form between them, or in the ravines created by desolate alpine terrain. Sustained for long periods of time by the two camel-like humps on its back, it adopts a sprawling posture and uses its chameleonic scales and variety of unusual body features, to disguise itself as a small oasis, before emitting a magical paralysing roar at any who venture near enough to disturb its slumber. It is exclusive to Pokémon Masque Version and is the version mascot legendary Pokémon, a part of the region's legendary trio.
Panflorama (pan- + flora + panorama) #106 Grass Dark Venus flytrap and pitcher plant A large predatory plant with a highly flexible structure, and several large flytrap leaves, acidic pitfall traps, poison-tipped thorny branches, prehensile vines and spore-emitting flowers. Able to change its colour at will, it can also alter the shape of and rearrange its various parts, in order to blend in with and set a trap in almost any environment. It is exclusive to Pokémon Cloque Version and is the version mascot legendary Pokémon, a part of the region's legendary trio.
Camantisguise (camouflage + mantis + disguise) #107 Bug Psychic Mantis A mystical mantis Pokémon, Camantisguise is capable of altering it's posture, limb arrangement and colour, in order to either disguise itself as a humanoid or some other creature, or to blend in with nearly any kind of terrain. It has a powerful hypnotic ability which assists it with disguising or hiding itself. It is the region's trio master legendary Pokémon.
Mimikapo (mimic + kakapo) #108 Grass Flying Kakapo An extremely rare mythical Pokémon. Though small and flightless, Mimikapo is to be able to perfectly mimic any kind of noise at any volume, scaring away poential predators with the cry of a much larger and more frightening Pokémon. It can instantly revitalise the spirit of an area by emitting a magical symphony of nature sounds.


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