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Victini 494: Il porduit une énergie en quantité infinie à l’intérieur de son corps. Quand il touche un allié, il la partage.
Tsutarja 495: It bathes its tail in sunlight and undergoes photosynthesis. If it runs out of energy, its tail droops.
Janoby 496: It slips through the shadows of overgrown plants to avoid attacks. It skillfully whips the enemy to counterattack.
Jaroda 497: It raises its head high to intimidate opponents. In only becomes serious when fighting a strong enemy.
Pokabu 498: It snorts flames from its nostrils. When it has a cold, this becomes black smoke instead of flames.
Chaobuu 499: A flame burns in its stomach, fueled by the food it eats. When it’s angry, its fire power increases.
Enbuoh 500: It has a beard of flames. It possesses both power and speed and has learned grappling techniques.
Mijumaru 501: The shell on its stomach is made from the same material as claws. It detaches it from its stomach and uses it as a small sword.
Futachimaru 502: The attacks it performs with the shells attached to its body differ from one Futachimaru to antoher. It never fails to maintain its shells.
Daikenki 503: A portion of the armor on its forelegs becomes a large sword. It only needs to roar to pacify its enemies.
Minezumi 504: They’re very wary and take shifts to keep a continuous watch over the area around their nest. If a guard isn’t present, they get nervous.
Meerhog 505: The pattern on its body shines and intimidates its enemies. It has eyes that can see its surroundings even in the dark.
Yorterrie 506: The long hair that covers its face is an excellent radar. It adeptly senses what’s happening in its surroundings.
Harderia 507: It’s obedient to its Trainer’s orders. It’s been an assistant to Trainers who raise Pokemon since long ago.
Muurando 508: Its specialty is rescuing people who are in accidents at sea or in the mountains. A very smart Pokemon.
Choroneko 509: It enchants people with cute behavior, then uses the opportunity to steal their belongings. When angered, it unsheathes its claws and strikes back.
Leopardas 510: It sneaks up without any indication. Before the opponent notices, it stealthily takes them down from behind.
Yanappu 511: It shares the leaves on its head with exhausted Pokemon. They have the effect of curing fatigue.
Yanakey 512: It attacks by slamming the opponent with its spiked tail. A Pokemon with a violent temperament.
Baoppu 513: It lives in volcanic caves. The inside of its head tassel burns at a temperature of 300 degrees.
Baokey 514: A flame burns inside its body, and it scorches enemies by scattering sparks from its head and tail.
Hiyappu 515: It’s weak in dry environments. It moistens the tassel on its heads with water stored in its tail.
Hiyakey 516: It fires high-pressure water from its tail with the force to destroy a concrete wall.
Munna 517: It eats the dreams of humans and Pokemon. When it eats a fun dream, it spits out pink smoke.
Musharna 518: It makes the dreams it ate materialize. The smoke that leaks out of its forehead changes the form of the things materialized from dreams.
Mamepato 519: A Pokemon that lives in towns. Since they’re social, they gather in large groups in parks and plazas.
Hatohpoh 520: It’s said that the forests where Hatohboh lives are peaceful regions free of strife.
Kenhorou 521: The male has adornments on its head. It never grows attacked to any human other than its trainer.
Shimama 522: It appears when thunderclouds cover the sky. It catches thunder and stores the electricity in its mane.
Zebraika 523: It has a violent nature. When angered, it shoots electricity from its mane in all directions, so be careful.
Dangoro 524: It was discovered inside a fissure following a great earthquake 100 years ago. It has an energy core inside its body.
Gantoru 525: Energy that seeps out of its body clumps up and turns into orange crystals.
Gigaiasu 526: The orange crystals that grow from its body absorb sunlight. The energy is amplified inside its body and expelled through the mouth.
Koromori 527: It adheres to cavern walls with suction from its nostrils and sleeps there. A heart imprint is left in the places where it adhered.
Kokoromori 528: Anyone who bathes in the ultrasonic waves it emits during courtship is put into a very happy mood.
Moguryuu 529: It puts its claws together, spins its body at high speed, and drills through the earth at dizzying speeds.
Doryuuzu 530: It makes its labyrinth-like den 100 meters below the surface. The dens were exposed by subway tunnels.
Tabunne 531: It has extraordinary hearing. It catches information about its surroundings from faint noises, just like a radar.
Dokkorar 532: It always carries a plank of wood. This Pokemon appears at construction sites to help with building.
Dotetsukotsu 533: It tones its body by shouldering steel beams. It shows its toned muscles off to its friends.
Rohpushin 534: It freely wields the concrete beams that it uses as walking sticks, without tapping all of its strength.
Otamaro 535: It vibrates its cheeks and emits sound waves that are inaudible to humans. It communicates with the sound waves’ rhythm.
Gamagaru 536: It lives in the water and on land. It catches prey by entangling it in its long, sticky tongue.
Gamageroge 537: It makes the lumps on its fists vibrate to double the power of its punches. It can pulverize a boulder in one strike.
Nageki 538: It can throw opponents that are larger than itself. It always makes packs with 5 members.
Dageki 539: The destructive power of its punch grows when it puts on its belt and lets out a battle cry. It gets angry if you interrupt its training.
Kurumiru 540: It cuts up leaves and sews them together with sticky thread from its mouth. A Pokemon that makes its own clothes.
Kurumayu 541: It wraps its body in a leaf to ward off the cold. It moves through the forest eating nearby fallen leaves.
Hahakomori 542: It warms its eggs with the heat of fermenting fallen leaves. It makes blankets for Kurumiru out of leaves.
Fushide 543: It feels out its surroundings with the antennae on its head and tail. It has an extrermely brutal nature.
Hoiiga 544: It usually doesn’t move, but if it’s attacked, it rolls around at high speeds and rams the enemy to fight back.
Pendora 545: It thrusts the claws on its head into its opponents’ bodies and poisons them. It has a very aggressive nature.
Monmen 546: It goes wherever the wind takes it. Since its body grows heavy in the rain, it waits out the storm under the roots of trees.
Erufuun 547: It appears riding a whirlwind. It’s a Pokemon that enters houses through cracks and causes mischief.
Churine 548: Since it prefers soil with an abundance of moisture and nutrients, fields where Churine lives produce excellent crops.
Doredia 549: The aroma of the flowers on its head has a relaxing effect. If you neglect to trim them, they wither.
Basurao 550: Red and blue Basurao don’t get along, but somehow a different colored individual got mixed into the school.
Meguroco 551: It moves by burrowing through the sand with only its eyes and nose above the surface. A black membrane protects its eyes.
Warubiru 552: Since the special membrane around its eyeballs perceives body heat, it can see its surroundings even in the dark.
Warubiaru 553: It has eyes that can magnify things that are far away, just like a pair of binoculars.
Darumakka 554: Since Darumakka’s droppings are hot, ancient people put them in their pockets to warm their bodies.
Hihidaruma 555: When it’s weakened in battle, it becomes motionless like a rock. It’s honed its mind and battles with force of will.
Marakachi 556: It lives in arid lands. When it moves its body rhythmically, it plays a sound similar to maracas.
Ishizumai 557: It makes a hole in any rock that’s handy and nests there. If the rock is destroyed, it won’t rest until it finds a replacement.
Iwaparesu 558: It has the stamina to walk across arid land for many days with a heavy rock on its back.
Zuruggu 559: It immediately launches a Headbutt attack at any enemy who locks eyes with it. It has a very hard skull.
Zuruzukin 560: The one with the biggest crest is chosen as the group’s leader. Its kicking attacks demolish concrete blocks.
Shinporah 561: The guardian deity of an ancient city. It attacked invaders with psychic powers.
Deathmas 562: It was born from the soul of a human buried in an ancient tomb. It still has its memories from long ago.
Deathkan 563: It pretends to be an elegant casket, then punishes grave robbers. Its body has a solid gold coating.
Purotoga 564: It swam the oceans roughly 100,000,000 years ago. It also came up on land to capture prey.
Abagohra 565: The power of its jaws is incomparable. It chomps down on steel beams and rocks and devours them along with its prey.
Achen 566: A Pokemon that was revived from a fossil. It is thought to be the ancestor of all bird Pokemon.
Archaeos 567: It excels at both running and flying. It catches prey running at speeds that could outpace a car.
Yabukuron 568: When a garbage bag was exposed to industrial waste, a chemical change occurred and it became a Pokemon.
Dasutodasu 569: It inhales garbage and makes it part of its body. It sprays venom from the fingertips of its right hand.
Zorua 570: It disguises itself as humans and other Pokemon. By hiding its body, it protects itself from danger.
Zoroark 571: It has the power to bewitch many people at once. It protects its habitat by displaying illusory scenery.
Chillarmy 572: A Pokemon obsessed with cleanliness. It uses its tail as a broom to sweep the dust from its habitat.
Chillachino 573: Its white fur feels luxurious. It never attracts dust or static.
Gothemme 574: It patiently observes Pokemon and Trainers. It appears to be looking at something that only Gotheem can see.
Gothimelle 575: Starlight is the source of its power. At night, it levitates rocks with psychic power and maps the position of the stars.
Gothilselle 576: It has the ability to predict future events based on the movement of the stars. It can also see its Trainer’s lifespan.
Uniran 577: Its body is enveloped in a special liquid, which enables it to live in any environment.
Doubran 578: Its brain is split into two sections. It displays its full power when both brains are thinking the same thing.
Ranculus 579: It fights by manipulating arms that have a grip that can crush a boulder. A Pokemon with a high IQ.
Koaruhii 580: When it’s attacked by an enemy, it emits mist from its plumage. It uses the mist as a diversion and escapes.
Swanna 581: The attacks it performs with its beak are strong. It draws its long neck back and unleashes a volley of strikes.
Vanipucchi 582: Icicles that were bathed in the energy of the morning sun became a Pokemon. It covers itself in snow when it sleeps.
Vaniricchi 583: It uses numerous small shard of ice to hide its body from enemy eyes.
Vaivanilla 584: When both heads are simultaneously angered, it blasts out a blizzard. It buries everything around it in heavy snow.
Shikijika 585: When the seasons turn, its scent and fur change. This Pokemon is used as a barometer of the seasons.
Mebukijika 586: The flowering plant that grows from its horns changes with the seasons. The one with the most splendid horns leads the herd.
Emonga 587: It lives on treetops in forests. It discharges electricity from its cloak-like membrane as it glides.
Kaburumo 588: When it senses danger it shoots acidic liquid from its mouth to repel the enemy. It pursues Chobomaki.
Shubarugo 589: A Pokemon that evolved by wearing Chobomaki’s shell. Steel armor protects its entire body.
Tamagetake 590: A Pokemon that resembles a Pokeball for some reason. It spews poisonous spores to repel enemies that try to catch it.
Morobareru 591: It uses its Pokeball mushrooms as a lure for prey, but few Pokemon are deceived.
Pururiru 592: It paralyzes its prey with poison, then drags it to its den in the ocean’s depths, 8000 meters below the surface.
Burunkeru 593: It expels water that it absorbs into its body with great force to propel itself. Life energy is its favorite food.
Mamanboh 594: It drifts about in the ocean. If it spots a wounded Pokemon, it gathers it in its arms and carries it to shore.
Batula 595: It clings to larger Pokemon, absorbs their static electricity, and stores it in its electric sacs.
Dentula 596: It builds traps from threads charged with electricity. It slowly devours the electrically stunned prey.
Tesshiido 597: It thrusts its spikes into cave walls and affixes itself. It absorbs minerals from the rocks.
Nuttre 598: It attaches itself to cave ceilings. When prey passes beneath, it assaults them with a barrage of iron spikes.
Gearl 599: The rotation of the two engaged bodies is what produces its life energy.
Gigearl 600: It launches an attack by spinning the small gear at high speeds, then shooting it. There’s a risk that the small gear won’t be retrievable.
Gigigearl 601: It rapidly spins the red gear at its core to quickly charge energy.
Shibishirasu 602: A Pokemon that lives in a group. It has organs that produce electricity, which it discharges in a pinch.
Shibibiiru 603: A Pokemon with a vigorous appetite. Once it spots its prey, it chases it down, stuns it with electricity, and eats it.
Shibirudon 604: It sucks on its prey with its sucker-mouth, and shocks it with the electricity that flows from its teeth.
Rigray 605: It suddenly happened, 50 years ago, across the desert. No one has seen this Pokemon since then.
Oobemu 606: It manipulates its opponents’ brains and overwrites their memories with different ones.
Hitomoshi 607: While appearing to shed light and serve as a guidepost, it sucks out creatures’ lifeforce.
Lamplar 608: It appears before those on their deathbeds, severs the soul from the body, and immediately sucks it up.
Chandelar 609: If something is wrapped in Chandela’s flame, its souls is sucked out and immolated. Only the cast off body remains.
Kibago 610: It marks its territory by scarring trees with its fangs. Even if the fangs break, they immediately grow back.
Onondo 611: It has fangs that can smash boulders. The fights of Onondo over territory are extremely violent.
Ononokusu 612: It has sturdy, blade-like fangs that can even cut through an iron frame. It is covered with hard armor.
Kumashun 613: Mucus is always hanging from its nose. It sucks the mucus back up and launches an attack. The mucus is the source of the attack.
Tsunbear 614: It freezes its breath to make fangs and claws of ice. It lives in the cold lands of the north.
Freezio 615: It was born inside a snow cloud. It catches prey with the chains coming out of its ice crystals.
Chobomaki 616: It evolves when it and Kaburumo are bathed in Electric Energy. The reason for this is unknown.
Agirudar 617: If it removes its heavy shell, it becomes nimble. It fights with the agility of a ninja.
Maggyo 618: It burries itself in mud on the beach and lies in wait for prey. When it feels prey, it discharges electricity and paralyzes it.
Kojofuu 619: It uses pretty, continuous attacks. If its body and soul are unified, the techniques’ speed and sharpness increases.
Kojondo 620: It fights by slamming the enemy with the long hair on its arms. It shakes its arms like whips.
Crimgan 621: It catches the prey running around its narrow den with its sharp claws. The skin on its face is as hard as stone.
Gobit 622: It’s thought that this Pokemon was born of the science of a mythical ancient civilization.
Gorog 623: It’s said that Goruugu was ordered by the ancient people who used it to protect humans and Pokemon alike.
Komatana 624: It fights at Kirikizan’s command. It clings to its prey and ebbs away at it with its blades.
Kirikizan 625: It hunts prey as a swarm, accompanied by large numbers of Komatana. Kirikizan lands the finishing blow.
Buffalon 626: It charges indiscriminately and lands headbutts. It has the destructive power to derail a train.
Washibon 627: It indiscriminately challenges even strong opponents to battle. It battles repeatedly to become strong.
Wargle 628: A fearless warrior of the sky. It’s said that the more wounds it has on its body, the more respect it gets from its comrades.
Vulchai 629: If it finds a handy skeleton, it has the habit of using it to protect its bottom. It chases after weak Pokemon.
Vuljina 630: It surveys the ground from the sky, then swoops down on weak prey. It has the habit of wearing bones.
Kuitaran 631: It melts Iront’s steel body with its fiery tongue, which burns at high temperatures, and eats what’s inside.
Iront 632: It burrows into mountains to make its nests. The complex tunnels are an Iront made labrynth.
Monose 633: Since it can’t see, it finds its way by tackling and biting its surroundings. It’s always covered in fresh bruises.
Jihead 634: Since the 2 heads fight so viciously over food, it always eats more than it has to.
Sazando 635: The heads on its arms lack brains. It destroys and devours everything with its 3 heads.
Meraruda 636: It lives at the bottom of a volcano. It spews flames from its 5 horns to repel anyone who comes to attack it.
Urgamoth 637: In battle it scatters smoldering scales from its 6 wings, turning the area around it into a sea of flames.
Cobalon 638: It has a body and heart of steel. All it has to do is look, and even brutal Pokemon defer to it.
Terrakion 639: It has the charging power to penetrate thick castle walls in a single shot. A Pokemon that’s mentioned in legends.
Viridion 640: The horn on its head is a sharp sword. It tosses its enemy with whirlwind like movements, then cuts it apart.
Torneros 641: The energy that flows from Torunerosu’s tail awakens huge storms. It has the power to blow away a house.
Voltros 642: It launches electric attacks from the spike on its tail. It flies around in the skies of the Isshu Region dropping thunderbolts.
Reshiram 643: When Reshiram’s tail burns, the atmosphere is affected by the thermal energy and the Earth’s weather changes.
Zekrom 644: A Pokemon that appears in myths. Inside of its tail is an enormous generator that produces electricity.
Landros 645: The energy that flows from its tail nourishes the soil, causing the crops to grow larger.
Kyurem 646: It has the power to create sub-zero weather conditions, but it freezes its own body as well.
Kerudio 647: It races around the globe, running on the surface of oceans and rivers. It appears by beautiful waterfronts.
Meloetta 648: The melodies it plays on its meroetta provided the inspiration for many famous works of music.
Genosect 649: An ancient Bug Pokemon that was altered by Team Plasma. The canons on its back were made more powerful.