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(In other languages: using Pokedex 3D Pro to check all form names (I love being able to switch languages). The error rate of this page was surprisingly high though... (I'd like to see some others checked))
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|ja=たいようのすがた ''Sun Form''
 
|ja=たいようのすがた ''Sun Form''
 
|zh_cmn=太陽的樣子 ''{{tt|Tàiyáng-de Yàngzi|Sun Form}}
 
|zh_cmn=太陽的樣子 ''{{tt|Tàiyáng-de Yàngzi|Sun Form}}
|fr=Forme Soleil
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|fr=Forme Solaire
|de=Sonne-Form
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|de=Sonnenform
|it=Sole
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|it=Forma Sole
 
|ko=태양의 모습 ''Sun Form''
 
|ko=태양의 모습 ''Sun Form''
 
|es=Forma Sol}}
 
|es=Forma Sol}}
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|ja=あまみずのすがた ''Rainwater Form''
 
|ja=あまみずのすがた ''Rainwater Form''
 
|zh_cmn=雨水的樣子 ''{{tt|Yǔshuǐ-de Yàngzi|Rainwater Form}}
 
|zh_cmn=雨水的樣子 ''{{tt|Yǔshuǐ-de Yàngzi|Rainwater Form}}
|fr=Forme Pluie
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|fr=Forme Eau de Pluie
|de=Regen-Form
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|de=Regenform
|it=Pioggia
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|it=Forma Pioggia
 
|ko=빗방울의 모습 ''Raindrop Form''
 
|ko=빗방울의 모습 ''Raindrop Form''
 
|es=Forma Lluvia}}
 
|es=Forma Lluvia}}
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|ja=ゆきぐものすがた ''Snow Cloud Form''
 
|ja=ゆきぐものすがた ''Snow Cloud Form''
 
|zh_cmn=雪雲的樣子 ''{{tt|Xuěyún-de Yàngzi|Snow Cloud Form}}
 
|zh_cmn=雪雲的樣子 ''{{tt|Xuěyún-de Yàngzi|Snow Cloud Form}}
|fr=Forme Neige
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|fr=Forme Blizzard
|de=Hagel-Form
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|de=Schneeform
|it=Nuvola di Neve
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|it=Forma Nuvola di Neve
 
|ko=설운의 모습 ''Snow Cloud Form''
 
|ko=설운의 모습 ''Snow Cloud Form''
 
|es=Forma Nieve}}
 
|es=Forma Nieve}}
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|ja=ノーマルフォルム ''Normal Forme''
 
|ja=ノーマルフォルム ''Normal Forme''
 
|zh_cmn=一般型態{{tt|*|Taiwan}} ''{{tt|Yībān Xíngtài|Normal Forme}}''<br>全方位形态{{tt|*|Mainland China}} ''{{tt|Quánfāngwèi Xíngtài|Comprehensive Forme}}''
 
|zh_cmn=一般型態{{tt|*|Taiwan}} ''{{tt|Yībān Xíngtài|Normal Forme}}''<br>全方位形态{{tt|*|Mainland China}} ''{{tt|Quánfāngwèi Xíngtài|Comprehensive Forme}}''
|fr=Normale
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|fr=Forme Normale
 
|de=Normalform
 
|de=Normalform
 
|it=Forma Normale
 
|it=Forma Normale
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|ja=アタックフォルム ''Attack Forme''
 
|ja=アタックフォルム ''Attack Forme''
 
|zh_cmn=攻擊型態 ''{{tt|Gōngjí Xíngtài|Attack Forme}}
 
|zh_cmn=攻擊型態 ''{{tt|Gōngjí Xíngtài|Attack Forme}}
|fr=Attaque
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|fr=Forme Attaque
 
|de=Angriffsfom
 
|de=Angriffsfom
 
|it=Forma Attacco
 
|it=Forma Attacco
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|ja=ディフェンスフォルム ''Defense Forme''
 
|ja=ディフェンスフォルム ''Defense Forme''
 
|zh_cmn=防禦型態 ''{{tt|Fángyù Xíngtài|Defense Forme}}
 
|zh_cmn=防禦型態 ''{{tt|Fángyù Xíngtài|Defense Forme}}
|fr=Défense
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|fr=Forme Défense
 
|de=Verteidigungsform
 
|de=Verteidigungsform
 
|it=Forma Difesa
 
|it=Forma Difesa
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|ja=スピードフォルム ''Speed Forme''
 
|ja=スピードフォルム ''Speed Forme''
 
|zh_cmn=速度型態 ''{{tt|Sùdù Xíngtài|Speed Forme}}
 
|zh_cmn=速度型態 ''{{tt|Sùdù Xíngtài|Speed Forme}}
|fr=Vitesse
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|fr=Forme Vitesse
 
|de=Initiativeform
 
|de=Initiativeform
 
|it=Forma Velocità
 
|it=Forma Velocità
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|ja=くさきのミノ ''Plant Coat''
 
|ja=くさきのミノ ''Plant Coat''
 
|zh_cmn=草木蓑衣 ''{{tt|Cǎomù Suōyī|Plant Coat}}''
 
|zh_cmn=草木蓑衣 ''{{tt|Cǎomù Suōyī|Plant Coat}}''
|fr=Cape Plante<br>Forme Plante
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|fr=Cape Plante
|de=Blatt-Form
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|de=Pflanzenumhang
 
|it=Manto Pianta
 
|it=Manto Pianta
 
|ko=초목도롱 ''Plant Coat''
 
|ko=초목도롱 ''Plant Coat''
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|ja=すなちのミノ ''Sand Coat''
 
|ja=すなちのミノ ''Sand Coat''
 
|zh_cmn=沙土蓑衣 ''{{tt|Shātǔ Suōyī|Sand Coat}}
 
|zh_cmn=沙土蓑衣 ''{{tt|Shātǔ Suōyī|Sand Coat}}
|fr=Cape Sable<br>Forme Sable
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|fr=Cape Sable
|de=Sand-Form
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|de=Sandumhang
 
|it=Manto Sabbia
 
|it=Manto Sabbia
 
|ko=모래땅도롱 ''Sand Coat''
 
|ko=모래땅도롱 ''Sand Coat''
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|ja=ゴミのミノ ''Trash Coat''
 
|ja=ゴミのミノ ''Trash Coat''
 
|zh_cmn=垃圾蓑衣 ''{{tt|Lèsè Suōyī|Trash Coat}}
 
|zh_cmn=垃圾蓑衣 ''{{tt|Lèsè Suōyī|Trash Coat}}
|fr=Cape Déchet<br>Forme Déchet
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|fr=Cape Déchet
|de=Lumpen-Form
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|de=Lumpenumhang
 
|it=Manto Scarti
 
|it=Manto Scarti
 
|ko=슈레도롱 ''Trash Coat''
 
|ko=슈레도롱 ''Trash Coat''
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|ja=ネガフォルム ''Nega-Forme''
 
|ja=ネガフォルム ''Nega-Forme''
 
|zh_cmn=陰天型態 ''{{tt|Yīntiān Xíngtài|Overcast Form}}''
 
|zh_cmn=陰天型態 ''{{tt|Yīntiān Xíngtài|Overcast Form}}''
|de=Normalform
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|de=Wolkenform
|fr=Fermée
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|fr=Temps Couvert
 
|it=Forma Nuvola
 
|it=Forma Nuvola
 
|ko=네거폼 ''Negative Form''
 
|ko=네거폼 ''Negative Form''
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|ja=ポジフォルム ''Posi-Forme''
 
|ja=ポジフォルム ''Posi-Forme''
 
|zh_cmn=晴天型態 ''{{tt|Qíngtiān Xíngtài|Sunny Form}}''
 
|zh_cmn=晴天型態 ''{{tt|Qíngtiān Xíngtài|Sunny Form}}''
|de=Sonnentagform
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|de=Sonnenform
|fr=Ouverte
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|fr=Temps Ensoleillé
 
|it=Forma Splendore
 
|it=Forma Splendore
 
|ko=포지폼 ''Positive Form''
 
|ko=포지폼 ''Positive Form''
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|fr=Mer Occident
 
|fr=Mer Occident
 
|de=Westliches Meer
 
|de=Westliches Meer
|it=Mare Occidentale
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|it=Mare Ovest
 
|ko=서쪽바다 ''West Sea''
 
|ko=서쪽바다 ''West Sea''
 
|es=Mar Oeste}}
 
|es=Mar Oeste}}
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|fr=Mer Orient
 
|fr=Mer Orient
 
|de=Östliches Meer
 
|de=Östliches Meer
|it=Mare Orientale
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|it=Mare Est
 
|ko=동쪽바다 ''East Sea''
 
|ko=동쪽바다 ''East Sea''
 
|es=Mar Este}}
 
|es=Mar Este}}
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|ja=ノーマルモード ''Normal Mode''
 
|ja=ノーマルモード ''Normal Mode''
 
|zh_cmn=一般模式 ''{{tt|Yībān Móshì|Normal Mode}}''
 
|zh_cmn=一般模式 ''{{tt|Yībān Móshì|Normal Mode}}''
|fr=Forme régulière
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|fr=Mode Normal
 
|de=Normalmodus
 
|de=Normalmodus
 
|it=Forma Normalità
 
|it=Forma Normalità
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|zh_cmn=不倒翁模式 ''{{tt|Bùdǎowēng Móshì|Tumbler Mode}}''
 
|zh_cmn=不倒翁模式 ''{{tt|Bùdǎowēng Móshì|Tumbler Mode}}''
 
|fr=Mode Transe
 
|fr=Mode Transe
|de=Trance-Form
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|de=Trance-Modus
|it=Stato Zen
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|it=Forma Zen
 
|ko=달마모드 ''Daruma Mode''
 
|ko=달마모드 ''Daruma Mode''
 
|es=Modo Daruma}}
 
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|de=Standardform
 
|de=Standardform
 
|es=Forma Habitual
 
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| style="vertical-align:top;" |
 
| style="vertical-align:top;" |
 
''Resolute Form''
 
''Resolute Form''
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|de=Resolutform
 
|de=Resolutform
 
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Revision as of 13:05, 19 April 2013

Cherrim changing between forms in the anime

Pokémon with official major variations between individuals are known as alternate forms. These variations all have differing sprites in the games and are recognized by the "forms" section of the Pokédex.

Every official different form has a name given by the Pokédex, starting in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver. In Generations II-IV, whichever sprite is seen first will be the one displayed in the Pokédex by default; i.e., a player who encountered a West Sea Shellos would have its sprite appear in the Pokédex by default, while one who encountered an East Sea Shellos first would have its sprite appear. In Generation V, the sprite displayed in the Pokédex can be changed upon reaching Mistralton City, even to a Shiny sprite, if it has been encountered.

At times, these differences are purely cosmetic, and have no bearing on the difference in the Pokémon's stats from another; however, several Pokémon not only differ in stats, but also type, depending on their form. Among these are several legendary Pokémon, whose unique forms can be changed between at will, and are usually spelled as Formes.

Pokémon with multiple forms

Pichu

Main article: Spiky-eared Pichu

In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, an alternate form of Pichu will appear at Ilex Forest (but only if the player has a Pikachu-colored Pichu in their party). This Pichu has a tuft of hair on the end of its left ear, and is known as the Spiky-eared Pichu. Spiky-eared Pichu's Pokéathlon performance stats are different than a normal Pichu's. She cannot evolve or be traded and cannot be transferred to the Generation V games using the Poké Transfer.

Pichu
Spr 4h 172.png
 Electric 
Spiky-eared
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 Electric 

Unown

Unown was the first known Pokémon to have multiple forms in the games. From the species' debut in Generation II, each Unown would have an appearance similar to that of one of the twenty-six letters of the Latin alphabet. In Generation III, two more forms were added, corresponding to the question mark and exclamation point.

A special Unown Dex, an upgrade to the Pokédex that was developed by the researchers at the Ruins of Alph to record the different forms of Unown, was available in Generation II after the player had caught several Unown. This was superseded in HeartGold and SoulSilver by the Unown Report, obtainable after the player completes the first tile puzzle in the Ruins of Alph.

Unown's form is determined in Generation III based on its personality value. Though the form has no bearing on base stats, ! and ? Unown have different performance stats than their alphabetical brethren.

A
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B
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C
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D
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E
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F
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G
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H
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I
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J
201J.png
K
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L
201L.png
M
201M.png
N
201N.png
O
201O.png
P
201P.png
Q
201Q.png
R
201R.png
S
201S.png
T
201T.png
U
201U.png
V
201V.png
W
201W.png
X
201X.png
Y
201Y.png
Z
201Z.png
 !
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 ?
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Castform

Castform's first appearance at Hoenn's Weather Institute in Generation III brought about the concept of interchangeable forms. Unlike other Pokémon, an individual Castform's form is not static, and will change, due to its Ability, with the weather.

Normally, Castform takes on a rather plain appearance, with a gray body. In this form, it is of the Normal-type; as could be expected, it is in this form that it is at its least effective.

When Castform is exposed to bright rays of sunlight, it changes its form to a more sunny appearance, and becomes a Fire-type (Sunny Form). In rain, Castform becomes more like a raindrop, and becomes a Water-type (Rainy Form). Finally, in hail, Castform takes the form of a snowy cloud, and becomes an Ice-type (Snowy Form). It will not transform in any other weather conditions.

If Castform has its Ability Forecast negated, it will be locked in its current form and type, rather than reverting to its Normal form.

Castform's stats do not change between any of these forms.

Normal
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 Normal 
Sunny Form
351S.png
 Fire 
Rainy Form
351R.png
 Water 
Snowy Form
351H.png
 Ice 

Deoxys

Deoxys, the final Pokémon in the National Pokédex as of Generation III, was the first known Pokémon whose base stats and move compatibility differed, as well as its appearance, depending on its form. First introduced in Destiny Deoxys, Deoxys was revealed to have three alternating forms, while a fourth was added later, with the release of Pokémon Emerald. Like its base stats, its Pokéathlon performance varies depending on its form.

Deoxys's forms are game-specific in Generation III, but can be changed at will in later generations by inspecting the meteorites in Veilstone City in Sinnoh, Route 3 in Kanto, and Nacrene Museum in Unova.

Deoxys's Normal Forme is the default form it takes, as well as the form it appears in in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire. In this form, its stats are more balanced, though it is notably far more offensive than it is defensive.

It is in this form that Deoxys will be found in the wild on Birth Island, though it will transform after it has been captured, depending on its Generation III game version.

The Attack Forme is the appearance that Deoxys takes on in Pokémon FireRed, and it learns noticeably more powerful moves while in this form. Its Attack and Special Attack stats have been maxed out, making it the most powerful of all Pokémon in both aspects, while its Speed remains the same as its default form. Its defensive stats, however, take a harsh blow, lowering so much that it is only more powerful in Defense than seven Pokémon (tied with three others), and is tied for last place in Special Defense with five others, including Magikarp.

In Pokémon LeafGreen, the counterpart version to FireRed, Deoxys takes on a counterpart form to the Attack Forme, the Defense Forme. Whereas the Attack Forme had incredible offensive power (and incredibly weak defensive capabilities), Defense Forme inverts this somewhat, having mediocre offensive power (and a lower Speed stat) and heightened Defense and Special Defense. This form of Deoxys learns moves more attuned to attrition than to elimination, raising its already high defenses to protect against opponents' moves rather than attack them before they can attack.

By far the quickest of all Pokémon, Deoxys in its Speed Forme learns many moves that can guarantee that it will strike before any other Pokémon can. Though it can still be outsped by a Pokémon with Speed Boost, Speed Forme Deoxys takes the uneven nature of the stats of Deoxys's other forms and balances them out, keeping it from hitting too hard, but at the same time, preventing it from being hit too hard itself.

The HP stat remains the same with each of the four formes.

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Deoxys
Normal Forme
 Psychic 
Pressure
Ruby and Sapphire
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 150 50 150 50 150
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Deoxys
Attack Forme
 Psychic 
Pressure
FireRed
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 180 20 180 20 150
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Deoxys
Defense Forme
 Psychic 
Pressure
LeafGreen
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 70 160 70 160 90
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Deoxys
Speed Forme
 Psychic 
Pressure
Emerald
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 95 90 95 90 180
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Normal Forme
 Psychic 
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Attack Forme
 Psychic 
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Defense Forme
 Psychic 
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Speed Forme
 Psychic 
Start Leer
Wrap
9 Night Shade
17 Teleport Double Team
25 Knock Off Taunt Knock Off
33 Pursuit Spikes Pursuit
41 Psychic
49 Snatch Superpower Snatch Swift
57 Psycho Shift
65 Zen Headbutt
73 Cosmic Power Iron Defense Agility
Amnesia
81 Recover Zap Cannon Recover
89 Psycho Boost
97 Hyper Beam Counter ExtremeSpeed
Mirror Coat
Moves in bold are STAB. Moves in italics do no damage.

Burmy and Wormadam

Both Burmy and its female evolution, Wormadam, have three separate forms, being the first Pokémon whose evolution depends on a specific form. Like others, Burmy can change form freely, depending on where it last participated in a battle actively (Exp. Share maintains a Burmy's form if it does not leave the Poké Ball); however, Wormadam's form is permanent.

If a Burmy last battled in a grassy outside area, hatched from an Egg whose Wormadam parent was in the Plant Cloak, or hatched from an Egg that had Mothim and Ditto as parents, it will be in its basic state, the Plant Cloak. This form of Burmy is covered in leaves and twigs. If a female, it will evolve into Wormadam in its Plant Cloak, which is a Bug/Grass Pokémon.

If a Burmy last battled on a beach or in a cave, or hatched from an Egg whose Wormadam parent was in the Sandy Cloak, it will be in the Sandy Cloak. This form of Burmy is covered in sand and rocks. If a female, it will evolve into Wormadam in its Sandy Cloak, which is a Bug/Ground Pokémon.

If a Burmy last battled inside of a building, or hatched from an Egg whose Wormadam parent was in the Trash Cloak, it will be in the Trash Cloak. This form of Burmy is covered in pink insulation. If a female, it will evolve into Wormadam in its Trash Cloak, which is a Bug/Steel Pokémon.

A Wormadam's stats and move compatibility vary with her form, in addition to type and appearance. The cloak a male Burmy takes on before evolution makes no difference, as it sheds it upon evolution into Mothim.

Plant Cloak
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 Bug 
Sandy Cloak
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 Bug 
Trash Cloak
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 Bug 
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Wormadam
Plant Cloak
 Bug  Grass 
Anticipation
Hidden: Overcoat
Evolve after battle
on grassy terrain
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
60 59 85 79 105 36
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Wormadam
Sandy Cloak
 Bug  Ground 
Anticipation
Hidden: Overcoat
Evolve after battle
on rocky terrain
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
60 79 105 59 85 36
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Wormadam
Trash Cloak
 Bug  Steel 
Anticipation
Hidden: Overcoat
Evolve after battle
inside a building
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
60 69 95 69 95 36
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Plant Cloak
 Bug  Grass 
413G.png
Sandy Cloak
 Bug  Ground 
413S.png
Trash Cloak
 Bug  Steel 
Start Tackle
10 Protect
15 Bug Bite
20 Hidden Power
23 Confusion
26 Razor Leaf Rock Blast Mirror Shot
29 Growth Harden Metal Sound
32 Psybeam
35 Captivate
38 Flail
41 Attract
44 Psychic
47 Leaf Storm Fissure Iron Head
Moves in bold are STAB. Moves in italics do no damage.

Cherrim

Like Castform, Cherrim changes its appearance depending on the weather, though not with all kinds. It will be in its Sunshine Form in intense sunlight and its Overcast Form in any other weather. Due to its Ability, its Attack and Special Defense will also increase in its Sunshine Form. Unlike Castform, its type does not change.

Overcast Form
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 Grass 
Sunshine Form
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 Grass 

Shellos and Gastrodon

Another Sinnoh-native evolution family, Shellos and Gastrodon also have a difference, depending on, this time, whether the Pokémon in question was caught east or west of Mt. Coronet. Like others before, neither form can change to the other, but unlike other multiple-form Pokémon, the appearance of the mother is the determinant to the appearance of the hatched Pokémon.

Both West Sea Shellos and Gastrodon take on a pink appearance, while their East Sea cousins take on a blue hue. There is also a slight difference in bodily appearance depending on the form.

West Sea
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 Water 
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 Water  Ground 
East Sea
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 Water 
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 Water  Ground 

Rotom

Heat redirects here. For the Badge given by Flannery, see Badge → Heat Badge.

In August 2008, shortly before the Japanese release of Pokémon Platinum, five silhouetted Pokémon were shown, with a statement that indicated that these Pokémon would be in the game. Days before the game's release, it was revealed that these Pokémon were alternate forms of Rotom. These new forms made their debut in Pokémon Platinum, and have been included in every main series game since.

In each of these forms, Rotom has possessed a different household appliance, and each has its own special move. Heat Rotom, which has possessed a microwave oven, knows Overheat and is Electric/Fire; Wash Rotom, which has possessed a washing machine, knows Hydro Pump and is Electric/Water; Frost Rotom, which has possessed a refrigerator, knows Blizzard and is Electric/Ice; Fan Rotom, which has possessed a electric fan, knows Air Slash and is Electric/Flying; and Mow Rotom, which has possessed a lawnmower, knows Leaf Storm and is Electric/Grass.

In Platinum, the appliances are located in Rotom's Room in Galactic Eterna Building via the use of the Secret Key. In HeartGold and SoulSilver, the appliances are located in Rotom's Room in Silph Co. which can be accessed when entering the broken elevator with Rotom as the walking Pokémon. In Black, White, Black 2, and White 2, they can be found in the basement of Shopping Mall Nine.

Until Generation V, all forms of Rotom were Electric/Ghost-type. All alternate forms have the same base stat total, which is higher than that of normal Rotom (except normal Rotom has a higher base stat in speed).

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Rotom
Normal Rotom
 Electric  Ghost 
Levitate
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 50 77 95 77 91
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Rotom
Heat Rotom
 Electric  Fire 
Levitate
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 65 107 105 107 86
96px
Rotom
Wash Rotom
 Electric  Water 
Levitate
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 65 107 105 107 86
96px
Rotom
Frost Rotom
 Electric  Ice 
Levitate
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 65 107 105 107 86
96px
Rotom
Fan Rotom
 Electric  Flying 
Levitate
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 65 107 105 107 86
96px
Rotom
Mow Rotom
 Electric  Grass 
Levitate
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 65 107 105 107 86

Giratina

Giratina, much like Deoxys had been earlier, was announced to have an alternate form in the then-upcoming Giratina and the Sky Warrior in February, 2008. One of the two forms is the familiar form to players of Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, designated as Altered Forme Giratina, while the other is a more serpentine form that was not previously known, the Origin Forme, which debuted in Pokémon Platinum, and has been included in every main series game since.

The Origin Forme is known as Giratina's natural form, which it appears in in its home of the Reverse World (in the anime) and Distortion World (in the games). If it travels to the Pokémon world, it assumes its Altered Forme. Both Formes appear in Pokémon Platinum, where Giratina is captured in the Distortion World in its more offense-oriented Origin Forme, and will revert to the defensive Altered Forme outside of this area unless it holds the Griseous Orb.

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Giratina
Altered Forme
 Ghost  Dragon 
Pressure
Hidden: Telepathy
Pokémon world
no Griseous Orb
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
150 100 120 100 120 90
96px
Giratina
Origin Forme
 Ghost  Dragon 
Levitate
Distortion World
or with Griseous Orb
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
150 120 100 120 100 90

Shaymin

As with Giratina, an alternate form of the event Pokémon Shaymin was announced to appear in Giratina and the Sky Warrior, and is, in fact, the titular sky warrior. This new Sky Forme of Shaymin, with the previously-known form now called the Land Forme, has a completely altered appearance and, rather than being a pure-Grass-type, is now Grass/Flying. The Sky Forme made its debut in Pokémon Platinum, and has been included in every main series game since.

Like Giratina and Deoxys's transformations are activated by an external source, Shaymin's is activated by contact with a Gracidea, whose bouquets look almost like a sleeping Shaymin. Upon changing forms, Shaymin also changes its cry.

A Shaymin in its Sky Forme will revert to its Land Forme if frozen or during night.

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Shaymin
Land Forme
 Grass 
Natural Cure
Nighttime or frozen
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
100 100 100 100 100 100
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Shaymin
Sky Forme
 Grass  Flying 
Serene Grace
Gracidea
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
100 103 75 120 75 127
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Land Forme
 Grass 
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Sky Forme
 Grass  Flying 
Start Growth
10 Magical Leaf
19 Leech Seed
28 Synthesis Quick Attack
37 Sweet Scent
46 Natural Gift
55 Worry Seed
64 Aromatherapy Air Slash
73 Energy Ball
82 Sweet Kiss
91 Healing Wish Leaf Storm
100 Seed Flare
Moves in bold are STAB. Moves in italics do no damage.

Basculin

Similar to Shellos and Gastrodon, Basculin can appear in two different forms—the Red-Striped Form and the Blue-Striped Form. The Red Stripe form sports a red stripe, with wide eyes and spiky fins, while the other has a blue stripe, with squinted eyes and smooth fins. Its color depends on the version it is found in, with the Red-Striped Form appearing in Black and the Blue-Striped Form appearing in White. However, rare instances of the other color can be found in the game by surfing on or fishing in swirling water.

Wild Red-Striped Basculin have a 5% chance of holding a DeepSeaTooth while wild Blue-Striped Basculin have a 5% chance of holding a DeepSeaScale.

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Basculin
Red-Striped
 Water 
Reckless or
Adaptability
Hidden: Mold Breaker
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
70 92 65 80 55 98
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Basculin
Blue-Striped
 Water 
Rock Head or
Adaptability
Hidden: Mold Breaker
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
70 92 65 80 55 98

Darmanitan

If Darmanitan has Zen Mode as its Ability, it changes into Zen Mode when its HP drops to below half. Darmanitan in Zen Mode is blue in color, has Psychic as a secondary type, inverts its Attack and Special Attack from Standard Mode Darmanitan, and has boosted defenses and lowered Speed.

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Darmanitan
Standard Mode
 Fire 
Zen Mode
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
105 140 55 30 55 95
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Darmanitan
Zen Mode
 Fire  Psychic 
Zen Mode
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
105 30 105 140 105 55

Deerling and Sawsbuck

Deerling changes its appearance depending on the season, each of which lasts a month in real time. During spring, its coat will be pink; during summer, green; during autumn, orange; and during winter, brown.

Sawsbuck, Deerling's evolved form, also differs with the season. It has flowers in its antlers during spring; a full set of leaves in its antlers, a lack of fur at its neck and legs, and the addition of a mane and upright tail during summer; brown and wilting leaves during autumn; and white antlers along with sections of thicker, white fur during winter.

In both instances, the Pokémon will change forms when the season changes (when the players exits a cave or building) while it is in the party.

Deerling and Sawsbuck belonging to NPCs will match the season the NPC is battled in, with the exception of the Battle Subway and the Pokémon World Tournament, where they are always in Spring Form.

Spring Form
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 Normal  Grass 
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 Normal  Grass 
Summer Form
585S.png
 Normal  Grass 
586S.png
 Normal  Grass 
Autumn Form
585A.png
 Normal  Grass 
586A.png
 Normal  Grass 
Winter Form
585W.png
 Normal  Grass 
586W.png
 Normal  Grass 

Kami trio

The kami trio, Tornadus, Thundurus, and Landorus, have alternate forms known as their Therian Formes, which are obtainable in the Pokémon Dream Radar and transferable to Pokémon Black and White 2. Their original forms are known as their Incarnate Formes. If the Therian Formes are captured through the Pokémon Dream Radar and changed to their Incarnate Formes using the Reveal Glass, they will have their Hidden Abilities: Defiant instead of Prankster for Tornadus and Thundurus, and Sheer Force instead of Sand Force for Landorus. In their Therian Formes, they will always have the same Abilities regardless of how they were obtained; Tornadus will have the Ability Regenerator, Thundurus will have the Ability Volt Absorb, and Landorus will have the Ability Intimidate. The kami trio change their cries upon changing forms. The Therian Formes of the kami trio are not included in the original Pokémon Black and White. While in their Therian Formes, they cannot be traded.

The kami trio change forms by using the Reveal Glass, which is only obtainable by capturing the Landorus in the Pokémon Dream Radar and taking it to the Abundant Shrine in Pokémon Black and White 2.

In the anime, the kami trio's Therian Formes were featured in Unova's Survival Crisis!.


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Tornadus
Incarnate Forme
 Flying 
Prankster
Hidden: Defiant
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
79 115 70 125 80 111
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Thundurus
Incarnate Forme
 Electric  Flying 
Prankster
Hidden: Defiant
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
79 115 70 125 80 111
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Landorus
Incarnate Forme
 Ground  Flying 
Sand Force
Hidden: Sheer Force
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
89 125 90 115 80 101
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Tornadus
Therian Forme
 Flying 
Regenerator
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
79 100 80 110 90 121
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Thundurus
Therian Forme
 Electric  Flying 
Volt Absorb
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
79 105 70 145 80 101
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Landorus
Therian Forme
 Ground  Flying 
Intimidate
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
89 145 90 105 80 91

Kyurem

Kyurem, in addition to its normal form, has two other forms: Black Kyurem and White Kyurem. They are the version mascots of Pokémon Black and White 2, and are not available in the original Pokémon Black and White.

In the games, Kyurem changes its form through the use of the DNA Splicers, which fuses it with Zekrom or Reshiram. The combination retains Kyurem's Poké Ball and held item, but assigns Zekrom's Fusion Bolt and Teravolt to Black Kyurem, or Reshiram's Fusion Flare and Turboblaze to White Kyurem. This fusion is reversible, with Zekrom or Reshiram still having the item they were holding before being fused, if any. Kyurem has a different cry in each of its forms, with Black Kyurem's cry being an alteration of Zekrom's cry and White Kyurem's cry being an alteration of Reshiram's cry. Both cries have Kyurem's cry in them as well.

In the anime, these forms are featured in the fifteenth Pokémon movie, in which Kyurem is said to change forms when lent the power of Reshiram or Zekrom.

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Kyurem
 Dragon  Ice 
Pressure
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
125 130 90 130 90 95
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Kyurem
Black Kyurem
 Dragon  Ice 
Teravolt
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
125 170 100 120 90 95
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Kyurem
White Kyurem
 Dragon  Ice 
Turboblaze
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
125 120 90 170 100 95
Lv. 646.png
Kyurem
 Dragon  Ice 
646B.png
Black Kyurem
 Dragon  Ice 
646W.png
White Kyurem
 Dragon  Ice 
Start Icy Wind
Dragon Rage
8 Imprison
15 AncientPower
22 Ice Beam
29 DragonBreath
36 Slash
43 Scary Face Fusion Bolt Fusion Flare
50 Glaciate Freeze Shock Ice Burn
57 Dragon Pulse
64 Imprison
71 Endeavor
78 Blizzard
85 Outrage
92 Hyper Voice
Moves in bold are STAB. Moves in italics do no damage.

Keldeo

Keldeo has a new form in Pokémon Black and White 2, the Resolute Form; its original form is called the Ordinary Form. Keldeo changes forms in an event in the Pledge Grove. To remain in its Resolute Form, it must have Secret Sword as one of its moves. To revert back to its Ordinary Form, Secret Sword must be forgotten.

This form was revealed in the June 2012 CoroCoro comics. The Resolute Form of Keldeo is not included in the original Pokémon Black and White.

Ordinary Form
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 Water  Fighting 
Resolute Form
647R.png
 Water  Fighting 

Meloetta

If Meloetta uses the move Relic Song (which it can learn from a man in Castelia City) in battle, it changes between its Aria and Pirouette Formes, changing its typing between Normal/Psychic and Normal/Fighting. Meloetta reverts to Aria Forme when it is no longer in battle.

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Meloetta
Aria Forme
 Normal  Psychic 
Serene Grace
Use Relic Song
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
100 77 77 128 128 90
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Meloetta
Pirouette Forme
 Normal  Fighting 
Serene Grace
Use Relic Song
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
100 128 90 77 77 128

Trivia

  • Deerling's forms are the only ones that differ solely by color. However, they are directly related to Sawsbuck's forms, which differ by shape, too.
  • Spiky-eared Pichu is the only alternate form that does not have a unique menu sprite.

In other languages

Pichu

Spiky-eared

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ギザみみ Jagged-ear
Mandarin Chinese 刺刺耳 Cìcì'ěr
France Flag.png French Troizépi
Germany Flag.png German Strubbelohr
Italy Flag.png Italian Spunzorek
South Korea Flag.png Korean 삐쭉귀 Sharp-ear
Spain Flag.png Spanish Picoreja


Castform

Normal

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ポワルンのすがた Powalen Form
France Flag.png French Forme Normale
Germany Flag.png German Normalform
Italy Flag.png Italian Normale
South Korea Flag.png Korean 캐스퐁의 모습 Caspong Form
Spain Flag.png Spanish Normal

Sunny Form

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese たいようのすがた Sun Form
Mandarin Chinese 太陽的樣子 Tàiyáng-de Yàngzi
France Flag.png French Forme Solaire
Germany Flag.png German Sonnenform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Sole
South Korea Flag.png Korean 태양의 모습 Sun Form
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Sol

Rainy Form

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese あまみずのすがた Rainwater Form
Mandarin Chinese 雨水的樣子 Yǔshuǐ-de Yàngzi
France Flag.png French Forme Eau de Pluie
Germany Flag.png German Regenform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Pioggia
South Korea Flag.png Korean 빗방울의 모습 Raindrop Form
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Lluvia

Snowy Form

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ゆきぐものすがた Snow Cloud Form
Mandarin Chinese 雪雲的樣子 Xuěyún-de Yàngzi
France Flag.png French Forme Blizzard
Germany Flag.png German Schneeform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Nuvola di Neve
South Korea Flag.png Korean 설운의 모습 Snow Cloud Form
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Nieve


Deoxys

Normal Forme

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ノーマルフォルム Normal Forme
Mandarin Chinese 一般型態* Yībān Xíngtài
全方位形态* Quánfāngwèi Xíngtài
France Flag.png French Forme Normale
Germany Flag.png German Normalform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Normale
South Korea Flag.png Korean 노말폼 Normal Forme
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Normal

Attack Forme

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese アタックフォルム Attack Forme
Mandarin Chinese 攻擊型態 Gōngjí Xíngtài
France Flag.png French Forme Attaque
Germany Flag.png German Angriffsfom
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Attacco
South Korea Flag.png Korean 어택폼 Attack Forme
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Ataque

Defense Forme

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ディフェンスフォルム Defense Forme
Mandarin Chinese 防禦型態 Fángyù Xíngtài
France Flag.png French Forme Défense
Germany Flag.png German Verteidigungsform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Difesa
South Korea Flag.png Korean 디펜스폼 Defense Forme
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Defensa

Speed Forme

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese スピードフォルム Speed Forme
Mandarin Chinese 速度型態 Sùdù Xíngtài
France Flag.png French Forme Vitesse
Germany Flag.png German Initiativeform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Velocità
South Korea Flag.png Korean 스피드폼 Speed Forme
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Velocidad


Burmy and Wormadam

Plant Cloak

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese くさきのミノ Plant Coat
Mandarin Chinese 草木蓑衣 Cǎomù Suōyī
France Flag.png French Cape Plante
Germany Flag.png German Pflanzenumhang
Italy Flag.png Italian Manto Pianta
South Korea Flag.png Korean 초목도롱 Plant Coat
Spain Flag.png Spanish Tronco Planta

Sandy Cloak

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese すなちのミノ Sand Coat
Mandarin Chinese 沙土蓑衣 Shātǔ Suōyī
France Flag.png French Cape Sable
Germany Flag.png German Sandumhang
Italy Flag.png Italian Manto Sabbia
South Korea Flag.png Korean 모래땅도롱 Sand Coat
Spain Flag.png Spanish Tronco Arena

Trash Cloak

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ゴミのミノ Trash Coat
Mandarin Chinese 垃圾蓑衣 Lèsè Suōyī
France Flag.png French Cape Déchet
Germany Flag.png German Lumpenumhang
Italy Flag.png Italian Manto Scarti
South Korea Flag.png Korean 슈레도롱 Trash Coat
Spain Flag.png Spanish Tronco Basura


Cherrim

Overcast Form

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ネガフォルム Nega-Forme
Mandarin Chinese 陰天型態 Yīntiān Xíngtài
France Flag.png French Temps Couvert
Germany Flag.png German Wolkenform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Nuvola
South Korea Flag.png Korean 네거폼 Negative Form
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Encapotado

Sunshine Form

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ポジフォルム Posi-Forme
Mandarin Chinese 晴天型態 Qíngtiān Xíngtài
France Flag.png French Temps Ensoleillé
Germany Flag.png German Sonnenform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Splendore
South Korea Flag.png Korean 포지폼 Positive Form
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Soleado


Shellos and Gastrodon

West Sea

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese にしのうみ West Sea
Mandarin Chinese 西海 Xihǎi
France Flag.png French Mer Occident
Germany Flag.png German Westliches Meer
Italy Flag.png Italian Mare Ovest
South Korea Flag.png Korean 서쪽바다 West Sea
Spain Flag.png Spanish Mar Oeste

East Sea

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ひがしのうみ East Sea
Mandarin Chinese 東海 Dōnghǎi
France Flag.png French Mer Orient
Germany Flag.png German Östliches Meer
Italy Flag.png Italian Mare Est
South Korea Flag.png Korean 동쪽바다 East Sea
Spain Flag.png Spanish Mar Este


Rotom

Heat Rotom

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ヒートロトム Heat Rotom
Mandarin Chinese 加熱洛托姆 Jiārè Luòtuōmǔ
France Flag.png French Motisma Chaleur
Germany Flag.png German Hitze-Rotom
Italy Flag.png Italian Rotom Calore
South Korea Flag.png Korean 히트로토무 Heat Rotom
Spain Flag.png Spanish Rotom Calor

Wash Rotom

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ウォッシュロトム Wash Rotom
Mandarin Chinese 沖洗洛托姆 Chōngxǐ Luòtuōmǔ
France Flag.png French Motisma Lavage
Germany Flag.png German Wasch-Rotom
Italy Flag.png Italian Rotom Lavaggio
South Korea Flag.png Korean 워시로토무 Wash Rotom
Spain Flag.png Spanish Rotom Lavado

Frost Rotom

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese フロストロトム Frost Rotom
Mandarin Chinese 結霜洛托姆 Jiéshuāng Luòtuōmǔ
France Flag.png French Motisma Froid
Germany Flag.png German Frost-Rotom
Italy Flag.png Italian Rotom Gelo
South Korea Flag.png Korean 프로스트로토무 Frost Rotom
Spain Flag.png Spanish Rotom Frío

Fan Rotom

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese スピンロトム Spin Rotom
Mandarin Chinese 旋轉洛托姆 Xuánzhuǎn Luòtuōmǔ
France Flag.png French Motisma Hélice
Germany Flag.png German Wirbel-Rotom
Italy Flag.png Italian Rotom Vortice
South Korea Flag.png Korean 스핀로토무 Spin Rotom
Spain Flag.png Spanish Rotom Ventilador

Mow Rotom

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese カットロトム Cut Rotom
Mandarin Chinese 切割洛托姆 Qiēgē Luòtuōmǔ
France Flag.png French Motisma Tonte
Germany Flag.png German Schneid-Rotom
Italy Flag.png Italian Rotom Taglio
South Korea Flag.png Korean 커트로토무 Cut Rotom
Spain Flag.png Spanish Rotom Corte


Giratina

Altered Forme

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese アナザーフォルム Another Forme
Mandarin Chinese 另類型態 Lìnglèi Xíngtài
France Flag.png French Forme Alternative
Germany Flag.png German Wandelform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Alterata
South Korea Flag.png Korean 어나더폼 Another Forme
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Modificada

Origin Forme

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese オリジンフォルム Origin Forme
Mandarin Chinese 起源型態 Qǐyuán Xíngtài
France Flag.png French Forme Originelle
Germany Flag.png German Urform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Originale
South Korea Flag.png Korean 오리진폼 Origin Forme
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Origen


Shaymin

Land Forme

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ランドフォルム Land Forme
Mandarin Chinese 陸地型態 Lùdì Xíngtài
France Flag.png French Forme Terrestre
Germany Flag.png German Landform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Terra
South Korea Flag.png Korean 랜드폼 Land Forme
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Tierra

Sky Forme

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese スカイフォルム Sky Forme
Mandarin Chinese 天空型態 Tiānkōng Xíngtài
France Flag.png French Forme Céleste
Germany Flag.png German Zenitform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Cielo
South Korea Flag.png Korean 스카이폼 Sky Forme
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Cielo


Basculin

Red-Striped Form

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese あかすじのすがた Red-Striped Form
Mandarin Chinese 紅線 Hóngxiàn
France Flag.png French Motif Rouge
Germany Flag.png German Rotlinige Form
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Linearossa
South Korea Flag.png Korean 적색근의 모습 Red-Striped Form
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Raya Roja

Blue-Striped Form

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese あおすじのすがた Blue-Striped Form
Mandarin Chinese 藍線 Lánxiàn
France Flag.png French Motif Bleu
Germany Flag.png German Blaulinige Form
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Lineablu
South Korea Flag.png Korean 청색근의 모습 Blue-Striped Form
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Raya Azul


Darmanitan

Standard Mode

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ノーマルモード Normal Mode
Mandarin Chinese 一般模式 Yībān Móshì
France Flag.png French Mode Normal
Germany Flag.png German Normalmodus
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Normalità
South Korea Flag.png Korean 노말모드 Normal Mode
Spain Flag.png Spanish Modo Normal

Zen Mode

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ダルマモード Daruma Mode
Mandarin Chinese 不倒翁模式 Bùdǎowēng Móshì
France Flag.png French Mode Transe
Germany Flag.png German Trance-Modus
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Zen
South Korea Flag.png Korean 달마모드 Daruma Mode
Spain Flag.png Spanish Modo Daruma


Deerling and Sawsbuck

Spring Form

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese はるのすがた Spring Form
France Flag.png French Forme Printemps
Germany Flag.png German Frühlingsform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Primavera
South Korea Flag.png Korean 봄의 모습 Spring Form
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Primavera

Summer Form

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese なつのすがた Summer Form
France Flag.png French Forme Été
Germany Flag.png German Sommerform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Estate
South Korea Flag.png Korean 여름의 모습 Summer Form
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Verano

Autumn Form

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese あきのすがた Autumn Form
France Flag.png French Forme Automne
Germany Flag.png German Herbstform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Autunno
South Korea Flag.png Korean 가을의 모습 Autumn Form
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Otoño

Winter Form

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ふゆのすがた Winter Form
France Flag.png French Forme Hiver
Germany Flag.png German Winterform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Inverno
South Korea Flag.png Korean 겨울의 모습 Winter Form
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Invierno


Kami trio

Incarnate Forme

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese けしんフォルム Incarnation Forme
France Flag.png French Forme Avatar
Germany Flag.png German Inkarnationsform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Incarnazione
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Avatar

Therian Forme

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese れいじゅうフォルム Sacred Beast Forme
Mandarin Chinese 靈獸型態 Língshòu Xíngtài
France Flag.png French Forme Totémique
Germany Flag.png German Tiergeistform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Totem
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Tótem


Kyurem

Black Kyurem

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ブラックキュレム Black Kyurem
Mandarin Chinese 闇黑酋雷姆 Ànhēi Qiúléimǔ
France Flag.png French Kyurem Noir
Germany Flag.png German Schwarzes Kyurem
Italy Flag.png Italian Kyurem Nero
South Korea Flag.png Korean 블랙 큐레무 Black Kyurem
Spain Flag.png Spanish Kyurem Negro

White Kyurem

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ホワイトキュレム White Kyurem
Mandarin Chinese 焰白酋雷姆 Yànbái Qiúléimǔ
France Flag.png French Kyurem Blanc
Germany Flag.png German Weißes Kyurem
Italy Flag.png Italian Kyurem Bianco
South Korea Flag.png Korean 화이트 큐레무 White Kyurem
Spain Flag.png Spanish Kyurem Blanco


Keldeo

Ordinary Form

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese いつものすがた Usual Form
Mandarin Chinese 普通的樣子 Pǔtōng-de Yàngzi
France Flag.png French Aspect Normal
Germany Flag.png German Standardform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Normale
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Habitual

Resolute Form

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese かくごのすがた Resolution Form
Mandarin Chinese 覺悟的樣子 Juéwù-de Yàngzi
France Flag.png French Aspect Décidé
Germany Flag.png German Resolutform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Risoluta
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Brío


Meloetta

Aria Forme

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ボイスフォルム Voice Forme
Mandarin Chinese 歌聲型態 Gēshēng Xíngtài*
歌聲姿態 Gēshēng Zītài*
France Flag.png French Forme Chant
Germany Flag.png German Gesangsform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Canto
South Korea Flag.png Korean 보이스폼 Voice Forme
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Lírica

Pirouette Forme

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ステップフォルム Step Forme
Mandarin Chinese 舞步型態 Wǔbù Xíngtài*
舞步姿態 Wǔbù Zītài*
France Flag.png French Forme Danse
Germany Flag.png German Tanzform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Danza
South Korea Flag.png Korean 스텝폼 Step Forme
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Danza


See also