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Form differences

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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.

Starting in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, every official different form has a name given by the Pokédex; however, Arceus, Genesect and Furfrou's alternate forms were not registered in the Pokédex prior to Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. From Generation II to IV, whichever sprite is seen first will be the one displayed in the Pokédex by default; e.g., if West Sea Shellos was encountered first its sprite will appear in the Pokédex by default, whereas if East Sea Shellos was encountered first its sprite will. 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. In Generation VI, the sprite can be changed as long as the player has owned the Pokémon.

At times, these differences are purely cosmetic and have no bearing on the difference in the Pokémon's stats from another; however, several Pokémon differ in stats (other than HP), type, and Ability 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 (Japanese: フォルム form).

Pokémon with multiple forms

Pikachu

Main article: Cosplay Pikachu

Cosplay Pikachu is a unique female Pikachu who has a black heart-shaped mark near the end of its tail. This unique Pikachu is able to be dressed up into five different costumes corresponding to each kind of Contest category (Coolness, Beauty, Cuteness, Cleverness, and Toughness) and learn an exclusive move associated with that Contest category. Cosplay Pikachu can switch costumes anytime. It will lose the move it had with the last costume (if it still knows it), and gain the move from the new costume. Unlike other Pikachu, it cannot evolve or breed.

If Cosplay Pikachu removes its costume while the only move it knows is the move tied to its costume, it learns Thunder Shock.

In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire (the only games it appears in), after the player takes part in their first Pokémon Contest, a Breeder will give the player Cosplay Pikachu. Unlike regular Pikachu, Cosplay Pikachu cannot be deposited into Pokémon Bank; however, they can be traded between copies of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

Pikachu
025Pikachu.png
 Electric 
Cosplay Pikachu
Spr 6o 025 C.png
 Electric 
Pikachu Rock Star
025Pikachu-Rock Star.png
 Electric 
Meteor Mash
Pikachu Belle
025Pikachu-Belle.png
 Electric 
Icicle Crash
Pikachu Pop Star
025Pikachu-Pop Star.png
 Electric 
Draining Kiss
Pikachu, Ph. D
025Pikachu-PhD.png
 Electric 
Electric Terrain
Pikachu Libre
025Pikachu-Libre.png
 Electric 
Flying Press

In other languages

Cosplay Pikachu

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese おきがえ・ピカチュウ Cosplay Pikachu
France Flag.png French Pikachu Cosplayeur
Germany Flag.png German Cosplay-Pikachu
Italy Flag.png Italian Pikachu Cosplay
South Korea Flag.png Korean 옷갈아입기 피카츄 Cosplay Pikachu
Spain Flag.png Spanish Pikachu Coqueta

Pikachu Rock Star

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ハードロック・ピカチュウ Hard Rock Pikachu
France Flag.png French Pikachu Rockeur
Germany Flag.png German Rocker-Pikachu
Italy Flag.png Italian Pikachu rockstar
South Korea Flag.png Korean 하드록 피카츄 Hard Rock Pikachu
Spain Flag.png Spanish Pikachu Roquera

Pikachu Belle

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese マダム・ピカチュウ Madame Pikachu
France Flag.png French Pikachu Lady
Germany Flag.png German Damen-Pikachu
Italy Flag.png Italian Pikachu damigella
South Korea Flag.png Korean 마담 피카츄 Madame Pikachu
Spain Flag.png Spanish Pikachu Aristócrata

Pikachu Pop Star

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese アイドル・ピカチュウ Idol Pikachu
France Flag.png French Pikachu Star
Germany Flag.png German Star-Pikachu
Italy Flag.png Italian Pikachu confetto
South Korea Flag.png Korean 아이돌 피카츄 Idol Pikachu
Spain Flag.png Spanish Pikachu Superstar

Pikachu, Ph. D

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ドクター・ピカチュウ Doctor Pikachu
France Flag.png French Pikachu Docteur
Germany Flag.png German Professoren-Pikachu
Italy Flag.png Italian Pikachu scienziata
South Korea Flag.png Korean 닥터 피카츄 Doctor Pikachu
Spain Flag.png Spanish Pikachu Erudita

Pikachu Libre

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese マスクド・ピカチュウ Masked Pikachu
France Flag.png French Pikachu Catcheur
Germany Flag.png German Wrestler-Pikachu
Italy Flag.png Italian Pikachu wrestler
South Korea Flag.png Korean 마스크드 피카츄 Masked Pikachu
Spain Flag.png Spanish Pikachu Enmascarada


Pichu

Main article: Spiky-eared Pichu

Spiky-eared Pichu is a unique female Pichu who has a tuft of hair on the end of its left ear. Spiky-eared Pichu's Pokéathlon performance stats are different than a normal Pichu's. She cannot evolve or be traded, and she cannot be transferred to the Generation V games.

In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver (the only games it appears in), if the player takes a Pikachu-colored Pichu to the Ilex Forest, Spiky-eared Pichu will join the player.

Pichu
172Pichu Dream.png
 Electric 
Spiky-eared
Notchie-art.png
 Electric 

In other languages

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


Unown

Unown has many forms, each corresponding to a typographical character. It was the first Pokémon to have multiple forms in the games. From its debut in Generation II, there are 26 forms of Unown, each corresponding to each of the twenty-six letters of the Latin alphabet. Starting in the Generation III games, Unown has two additional forms, corresponding to the question mark and exclamation mark. These forms are not interchangeable.

In Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal, there is 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, which is available after the player had caught several Unown. In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, there is the Unown Report, which is obtainable after the player completes the first tile puzzle in the Ruins of Alph.

In the Generation II games, Unown's form is determined by its IVs, which results in some strange phenomena; for example, in Generation II, only Unown I and V can be Shiny due to Shiniess also being determined by IVs in these games. In the Generation III games, Unown's form is determined by its personality value. From the Generation IV games onward, an independent value determines the Pokémon form.

Though the form has no bearing on base stats, punctuation Unown have different performance stats to alphabetical Unown.

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

Castform

Castform has four different forms, which its Ability Forecast causes it to change between in different weather conditions. It is the first Pokémon to have interchangeable forms in battle in the games.

Normally, Castform is Normal-type and has a plain appearance with a gray body. It takes on this form in clear weather, in any weather without a specific form, and if the weather has its effects negated by Cloud Nine or Air Lock.

In intense sunlight, Forecast changes Castform to its Sunny Form, which is Fire-type and resembles the sun. In rain, Forecast changes Castform to its Rainy Form, which is Water-type and resembles a raindrop. In hail, Forecast changes Castform to its Snowy Form, which is Ice-type and resembles a snowy cloud. Castform reverts to its normal form when withdrawn from battle.

In Generation III and IV, if Castform's Ability Forecast is suppressed or replaced, Castform will remain in its current form (regardless of the weather). In Generation V onward, if Castform's Ability Forecast is suppressed or replaced, Castform will revert to its normal form (regardless of the weather).

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

Normal
351Castform Normal Dream.png
 Normal 
Sunny Form
351Castform Sunny Form Dream.png
 Fire 
Rainy Form
351Castform Rainy Form Dream.png
 Water 
Snowy Form
351Castform Snowy Form Dream.png
 Ice 

In other languages

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

Deoxys has four different forms which it can switch between. It was the first Pokémon whose base stats and move compatibility differed depending on its form.

In the Generation III games, Deoxys's forms are game-specific, such that it will always be in one particular form while in the player's possession (although it will be in Normal Forme in the wild).

From Generation IV onward, the player can switch between its forms using meteorites found in the game.

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.

Deoxys's Attack Forme has higher Attack and Special Attack than its other forms (being the non-Mega Evolved Pokémon with the highest Attack and Special Attack) and learns more offensive moves. Its Defense and Special Defense are abysmal, much lower than its Normal Form. Its Speed remains the same as its Normal Forme. This is the form Deoxys appears in in the player's possession in Pokémon FireRed

Deoxys's Defense Forme has much higher Defense and Special Defense than its other forms and learns more defensive moves. Its Attack and Special Attack are much lower than its Normal Forme, and its Speed is also significantly lower than its Normal Form.

Deoxys's Speed Forme has much higher Speed than its other forms (being the Pokémon with the highest Speed) and learns many increased priority moves.

Deoxys has the same HP stat in all of its forms.

386Deoxys.png
Deoxys
Normal Forme
 Psychic 
Pressure
Ruby and Sapphire
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 150 50 150 50 150
386Deoxys-Attack.png
Deoxys
Attack Forme
 Psychic 
Pressure
FireRed
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 180 20 180 20 150
386Deoxys-Defense.png
Deoxys
Defense Forme
 Psychic 
Pressure
LeafGreen
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 70 160 70 160 90
386Deoxys-Speed.png
Deoxys
Speed Forme
 Psychic 
Pressure
Emerald
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 95 90 95 90 180
Lv. 386Deoxys.png
Normal Forme
 Psychic 
386Deoxys-Attack.png
Attack Forme
 Psychic 
386Deoxys-Defense.png
Defense Forme
 Psychic 
386Deoxys-Speed.png
Speed Forme
 Psychic 
Start Leer
Wrap
7 Night Shade
13 Teleport Double Team
19 Knock Off Taunt Knock Off
25 Pursuit Spikes Pursuit
31 Psychic
37 Snatch Superpower Snatch Swift
43 Psycho Shift
49 Zen Headbutt
55 Cosmic Power Iron Defense Agility
Amnesia
61 Recover Zap Cannon Recover
67 Psycho Boost
73 Hyper Beam Counter Extreme Speed
Mirror Coat
Moves in bold are STAB. Moves in italics do no damage.

In other languages

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
Finland Flag.png Finnish Normaalimuoto
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
Finland Flag.png Finnish Hyökkäysmuoto
France Flag.png French Forme Attaque
Germany Flag.png German Offensivform
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
Finland Flag.png Finnish Puolustusmuoto
France Flag.png French Forme Défense
Germany Flag.png German Defensivform
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
Finland Flag.png Finnish Vauhtimuoto
France Flag.png French Forme Vitesse
Germany Flag.png German Initiativform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Velocità
South Korea Flag.png Korean 스피드폼 Speed Forme
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Velocidad


Burmy and Wormadam

Both Burmy and its female evolution, Wormadam, have three separate forms. Burmy can change form freely, changing its cloak depending on the environment in which it last participated in a battle (so Exp. Share alone will not change its form). Wormadam cannot change form; when a Burmy evolves into Wormadam, it retains its cloak.

Apart from breeding and evolution, Burmy's cloak is purely cosmetic; conversely, different cloaks of Wormadam have different types, stats and learnsets. Bred Burmy will have the same cloak as the mother, will be in the same cloak as a Burmy or Wormadam bred with Ditto, or will be in Plant Cloak if bred from a Mothim and a Ditto.

If a Burmy last battled in a grassy area or water, it changes into its Plant Cloak. If female, Plant Cloak Burmy will evolve into Plant Cloak Wormadam, which is a Bug/Grass Pokémon. This cloak is composed of leaves and twigs.

If a Burmy last battled in a sandy or rocky area, it changes into its Sandy Cloak. If female, Sandy Cloak Burmy will evolve into Sandy Cloak Wormadam, which is a Bug/Ground Pokémon. This cloak is composed of sand and rocks.

If a Burmy last battled in a building or urban area, it changes into its Trash Cloak. If female, Trash Cloak Burmy will evolve into Trash Cloak Wormadam, which is a Bug/Steel Pokémon. This cloak is composed of pink insulation

Plant Cloak
412Burmy-Plant.png
 Bug 
Sandy Cloak
412Burmy-Sandy.png
 Bug 
Trash Cloak
412Burmy-Trash.png
 Bug 
413Wormadam-Plant.png
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
413Wormadam-Sandy.png
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
413Wormadam-Trash.png
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
Lv. 413Wormadam-Plant.png
Plant Cloak
 Bug  Grass 
413Wormadam-Sandy.png
Sandy Cloak
 Bug  Ground 
413Wormadam-Trash.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.

In other languages

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

Cherrim changes form depending on the weather. During intense sunlight, it changes into Sunshine Form; otherwise, it is in its Overcast Form. Due to its Ability Flower Gift, its Attack and Special Defense will also increase in its Sunshine Form.

In Generation IV, Cherrim changes form independently of its Ability. Starting in Generation V, it is Cherrim's Ability that changes its form.

In Japanese, the names of Cherrim's forms use 「フォルム」 form, the term otherwise only used in the names of forms localized as Forme in English.

Overcast Form
421Cherrim-Overcast.png
 Grass 
Sunshine Form
421Cherrim-Sunny.png
 Grass 

In other languages

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

Shellos and Gastrodon differ in appearance depending on where it was caught. This is purely a cosmetic change, and these Pokémon cannot change between forms.

In Sinnoh, West Sea Shellos and Gastrodon are encountered west of Mt. Coronet, and are pink in color; East Sea Shellos and Gastrodon are encountered east of Mt. Coronet, and blue in color. There is also a slight difference in bodily appearance depending on the form.

Bred Shellos are the same form as their mother, or as the same form as the Shellos or Gastrodon parent if bred with Ditto.

West Sea
422Shellos-West.png
 Water 
423Gastrodon-West.png
 Water  Ground 
East Sea
422Shellos-East.png
 Water 
423Gastrodon-East.png
 Water  Ground 

In other languages

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

Rotom and the appliances

Rotom has five alternate forms it can change between, in addition to its normal form. To take on these alternate forms, Rotom possesses a different household appliance, and each has its own special move. These alternate forms were introduced in Pokémon Platinum.

In Generation IV, all forms of Rotom are Electric/Ghost-type; from Generation V onward, the appliance forms replace the Ghost type with the type of their associated move. All appliance forms have the same base stat total, which is higher than that of normal Rotom; the only base stat of normal Rotom that is higher than its appliance forms is its Speed.

In Pokémon Platinum, the appliances are located in Rotom's Room in the Team Galactic Eterna Building, which can only be accessed by using the Secret Key. In Pokémon 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, the appliances are located in boxes in the basement of Shopping Mall Nine. In Pokémon X and Y, the appliances are located in boxes on the second floor of the Sycamore Pokémon Lab in Lumiose City. In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the appliances are located in boxes in Professor Birch's lab in Littleroot Town. Using these locations, Rotom can also return the appliance to change back to normal form.

Upon changing from an appliance form, it will forget the special move associated with that appliance form. Upon changing into an appliance form, it will learn the special move associated with the form. When changing form, if Rotom knows four moves but not the special move of its previous form, the player will be prompted to replace a move with the new exclusive move (Rotom cannot change to an appliance form unless it does). If Rotom's only known move is its special move and it changes to its normal form, then the Rotom will learn Thunder Shock. In Generation IV and V, if Rotom forgets the move that is tied to its appliance form, it changes back into its normal form; in Generation VI, Rotom can remain in an appliance form even if it forgets the associated special move.

Bred Rotom are always in normal form.

In Generation IV, Rotom changes back to its normal form when taken into the Union Room or Wi-Fi Club, or when deposited in the Day Care.

Rotom's appliance forms first appeared as silhouettes in August 2008, shortly before the Japanese release of Pokémon Platinum, 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 the alternate forms of Rotom. These new forms made their debut in Pokémon Platinum, and have been included in every core series game since.

479Rotom.png
Rotom
Normal Rotom
 Electric  Ghost 
Levitate
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 50 77 95 77 91
479Rotom-Heat.png
Rotom
Heat Rotom
 Electric  Fire 
Levitate
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 65 107 105 107 86
479Rotom-Wash.png
Rotom
Wash Rotom
 Electric  Water 
Levitate
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 65 107 105 107 86
479Rotom-Frost.png
Rotom
Frost Rotom
 Electric  Ice 
Levitate
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 65 107 105 107 86
479Rotom-Fan.png
Rotom
Fan Rotom
 Electric  Flying 
Levitate
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 65 107 105 107 86
479Rotom-Mow.png
Rotom
Mow Rotom
 Electric  Grass 
Levitate
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
50 65 107 105 107 86

In other languages

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
Finland Flag.png Finnish Lämpö-Rotom
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
Finland Flag.png Finnish Pesu-Rotom
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
Finland Flag.png Finnish Huurre-Rotom
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
Finland Flag.png Finnish Tuuletin-Rotom
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
Finland Flag.png Finnish Leikkuri-Rotom
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

Giratina has two forms it can change between.

In the Pokémon world, it is normally in its Altered Forme, which is a winged hexapod; in the Distortion World or while holding a Griseous Orb, it is in its Origin Forme, which is serpentine with six appendages. The Origin Forme was introduced in Pokémon Platinum.

The two forms have different stats and Abilities; the Origin Forme is more offense-oriented, while the Altered Forme is more defense-oriented.

487Giratina-Altered.png
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
487Giratina-Origin.png
Giratina
Origin Forme
 Ghost  Dragon 
Levitate
Distortion World or
Pokémon world
with Griseous Orb
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
150 120 100 120 100 90

In other languages

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

Shaymin has two forms it can change between.

Normally, Shaymin is in its Land Forme, which is Grass-type and resembles a hedgehog. When exposed to a Gracidea, Shaymin transforms into its Sky Forme, which is Grass/Flying-type and white in color; however, Shaymin cannot remain in Sky Forme at night, while frozen, or when deposited into the PC. The Sky Forme was introduced in Pokémon Platinum.

The two forms have different stats, Abilities, types, learnsets, and cries.

492Shaymin-Land.png
Shaymin
Land Forme
 Grass 
Natural Cure
Nighttime or frozen
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
100 100 100 100 100 100
492Shaymin-Sky.png
Shaymin
Sky Forme
 Grass  Flying 
Serene Grace
Gracidea
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
100 103 75 120 75 127
Lv. 492Shaymin-Land.png
Land Forme
 Grass 
492Shaymin-Sky.png
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.

In other languages

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


Arceus

Arceus has eighteen different type form variations, which correspond to the eighteen different types.

Arceus's type depends on its held Plate, becoming the same type as the type that Plate enhances, remaining Normal-type when not holding a Plate.

While its base stats remain constant despite its changing type, its Pokéathlon performance differs. Additionally, it can learn Draco Meteor only while holding the Draco Plate.

In the Generation IV games, there is dummy data and a sprite programmed for a ???-type Arceus, but it cannot be obtained as there is no ???-type Plate. This data no longer exists in Generation V due to the removal of the ??? type.

Prior to Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Arceus's alternate forms are not registered in the Pokédex.

 Normal 
493Arceus Normal Dream.png
 Fire 
493Arceus Fire Dream.png
 Water 
493Arceus Water Dream.png
 Electric 
493Arceus Electric Dream.png
 Grass 
493Arceus Grass Dream.png
 Ice 
493Arceus Ice Dream.png
 Fighting 
493Arceus Fighting Dream.png
 Poison 
493Arceus Poison Dream.png
 Ground 
493Arceus Ground Dream.png
 Flying 
493Arceus Flying Dream.png
 Psychic 
493Arceus Psychic Dream.png
 Bug 
493Arceus Bug Dream.png
 Rock 
493Arceus Rock Dream.png
 Ghost 
493Arceus Ghost Dream.png
 Dragon 
493Arceus Dragon Dream.png
 Dark 
493Arceus Dark Dream.png
 Steel 
493Arceus Steel Dream.png
 Fairy 
493Arceus Fairy Dream.png

Basculin

Basculin has two different forms, the Red-Striped Form and the Blue-Striped Form. The Red-Striped Form has a red stripe with wide eyes and spiky fins; the Blue-Striped Form has a blue stripe with squinted eyes and smooth fins. These forms are non-interchangable.

  • In Pokémon Black and Black 2, Red-Striped Basculin can be encountered normally, while Blue-Striped Basculin can only be encountered by surfing on or fishing in swirling water.
  • In Pokémon White and White 2, Blue-Striped Basculin can be encountered normally, while Red-Striped Basculin can only be encountered by surfing on or fishing in swirling water.

Bred Basculin are the same form as their mother, or as the same form as the Basculin parent if bred with Ditto.

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.

In Pokémon Black and White, Blue-Striped Basculin have the same two standard possible Abilities as Red-Striped Basculin—Reckless and Adaptability (and is listed as such in Pokédex 3D); however, the Blue-Striped Basculin that can be obtained via in-game trade in White has the Ability Rock Head. In Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, wild Blue-Striped Basculin's two standard possible Abilities are Rock Head and Adaptability, while Red-Striped Basculin's stay the same (and are listed as such in Pokédex 3D Pro). However, Blue-Striped Basculin bred in Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 have Reckless and Adaptability as their two standard Abilities. When a Blue-Striped Basculin with Reckless is transferred from Generation V to Generation VI, its Ability is changed to Rock Head.

550Basculin-Red.png
Basculin
Red-Striped Form
 Water 
Reckless or
Adaptability
Hidden: Mold Breaker
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
70 92 65 80 55 98
550Basculin-Blue.png
Basculin
Blue-Striped Form
 Water 
Rock Head or
Adaptability
Hidden: Mold Breaker
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
70 92 65 80 55 98

In other languages

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

If Darmanitan has Zen Mode as its Ability, it changes from Standard Mode into Zen Mode when its HP drops to below half in battle. It can only remain in Zen Mode in battle.

Standard Mode Darmanitan is Fire-type and red in color. Zen Mode Darmanitan is Fire/Psychic-type and blue in color.

The two forms have different stats, such that Zen Mode Darmanitan swaps the Attack and Special Attack of Standard Mode, and has higher defenses but lower Speed.

555Darmanitan Dream.png
Darmanitan
Standard Mode
 Fire 
Zen Mode
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
105 140 55 30 55 95
555Darmanitan Zen Mode Dream.png
Darmanitan
Zen Mode
 Fire  Psychic 
Zen Mode
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
105 30 105 140 105 55

In other languages

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
Finland Flag.png Finnish Perustila
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
Finland Flag.png Finnish Zen-tila
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

Deerling and Sawsbuck have four different interchangeable forms, each corresponding to a season. These forms are purely cosmetic.

In the Generation V games, if the player steps outside from a cave or building such that the season changes, any Deerling and Sawsbuck in their party will change form. All wild and NPC Trainer-owned Deerling and Sawsbuck will match the current season, with the exception of Trainers in the Battle Subway and the Pokémon World Tournament where these Pokémon are always in Spring Form.

In Generation VI, all wild and NPC Trainer-owned Deerling and Sawsbuck appear in Spring Form. Because seasons have been abandoned as a mechanic, Deerling and Sawsbuck do not change appearance, and their Summer, Autumn, and Winter forms must be transferred from a Generation V game.

Bred Deerling are the same form as their mother, or as the same form as the Deerling or Sawsbuck parent if bred with Ditto.

Deerling's different forms differ only in their coat.

  • Spring Form Deerling have a pink coat
  • Summer Form Deerling have a green coat
  • Autumn Form Deerling have an orange coat
  • Winter Form Deerling have a brown coat

Sawsbuck's different forms differ in significant ways, particularly their antlers.

  • Spring Form Sawsbuck have flowers in their antlers
  • Summer Form Sawsbuck have leaves in their antlers, a lack of fur at their neck and legs, a mane, and upright tail
  • Autumn Form Sawsbuck have wilting brown leaves in their antlers
  • Winter Form Sawsbuck have white antlers and sections of thicker white fur
Spring Form
585Deerling-Spring.png
 Normal  Grass 
586Sawsbuck-Spring.png
 Normal  Grass 
Summer Form
585Deerling-Summer.png
 Normal  Grass 
586Sawsbuck-Summer.png
 Normal  Grass 
Autumn Form
585Deerling-Autumn.png
 Normal  Grass 
586Sawsbuck-Autumn.png
 Normal  Grass 
Winter Form
585Deerling-Winter.png
 Normal  Grass 
586Sawsbuck-Winter.png
 Normal  Grass 

In other languages

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


Forces of Nature

The Forces of NatureTornadus, Thundurus, and Landorus—have two interchangeable forms each.

Normally, they are in their Incarnate Forme. When exposed to a Reveal Glass, they change into their Therian Forme. Their Therian Formes were introduced in Pokémon Black 2 and White 2.

The two forms have different stats, Abilities, and cries. Even if they have their Hidden Ability, in Therian Forme each Pokémon only has one possible Ability.

In the Generation V games, they cannot be traded while in their Therian Forme.

641Tornadus.png
Tornadus
Incarnate Forme
 Flying 
Prankster
Hidden: Defiant
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
79 115 70 125 80 111
642Thundurus.png
Thundurus
Incarnate Forme
 Electric  Flying 
Prankster
Hidden: Defiant
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
79 115 70 125 80 111
645Landorus.png
Landorus
Incarnate Forme
 Ground  Flying 
Sand Force
Hidden: Sheer Force
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
89 125 90 115 80 101
641Tornadus-Therian.png
Tornadus
Therian Forme
 Flying 
Regenerator
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
79 100 80 110 90 121
642Thundurus-Therian.png
Thundurus
Therian Forme
 Electric  Flying 
Volt Absorb
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
79 105 70 145 80 101
645Landorus-Therian.png
Landorus
Therian Forme
 Ground  Flying 
Intimidate
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
89 145 90 105 80 91

In other languages

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
South Korea Flag.png Korean 화신 폼 Incarnation Forme
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
South Korea Flag.png Korean 영물 폼 Sacred Beast Forme
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Tótem


Kyurem

Kyurem, in addition to its normal form, has two other forms: White Kyurem and Black Kyurem. They are the version mascots of Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, which they were introduced in.

In the games, Kyurem changes its form through the use of the DNA Splicers, which fuses it with Reshiram or Zekrom. The combination retains Kyurem's Poké Ball and held item. This fusion is reversible, with Reshiram or Zekrom remaining unaltered from before being fused, including whatever item it may have been holding. The DNA Splicers can only fuse one Kyurem at a time. White Kyurem and Black Kyurem cannot be deposited into Pokémon Bank.

White Kyurem has the Ability Turboblaze, learns the moves Fusion Flare and Ice Burn, and its cry is a combination of normal Kyurem and Reshiram's cries.

Black Kyurem has the Ability Teravolt, learns the moves Fusion Bolt and Freeze Shock, and its cry is a combination of normal Kyurem and Zekrom's cries.

646Kyurem.png
Kyurem
 Dragon  Ice 
Pressure
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
125 130 90 130 90 95
646Kyurem-White.png
Kyurem
White Kyurem
 Dragon  Ice 
Turboblaze
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
125 120 90 170 100 95
646Kyurem-Black.png
Kyurem
Black Kyurem
 Dragon  Ice 
Teravolt
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
125 170 100 120 90 95
Lv. 646Kyurem.png
Kyurem
 Dragon  Ice 
646Kyurem-White.png
White Kyurem
 Dragon  Ice 
646Kyurem-Black.png
Black Kyurem
 Dragon  Ice 
Start Icy Wind
Dragon Rage
8 Imprison
15 Ancient Power
22 Ice Beam
29 Dragon Breath
36 Slash
43 Scary Face Fusion Flare Fusion Bolt
50 Glaciate Ice Burn Freeze Shock
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.

In other languages

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
Poland Flag.png Polish Biały Kyurem
Spain Flag.png Spanish Kyurem Blanco

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
Poland Flag.png Polish Czarny Kyurem
Spain Flag.png Spanish Kyurem Negro


Keldeo

Keldeo has two interchangeable forms: Ordinary Form and Resolute Form. These forms are mostly cosmetic. The Resolute Form was introduced in Pokémon Black 2 and White 2.

If Keldeo is taught Secret Sword in Pokémon Black 2 or White 2 or a Generation VI game, it will change into Resolute Form. If it forgets Secret Sword, it returns to Ordinary Form. Keldeo taught Secret Sword in Pokémon Black and White remain in Ordinary Form in other games.

Ordinary Form
647Keldeo.png
 Water  Fighting 
Resolute Form
647Keldeo-Resolute.png
 Water  Fighting 

In other languages

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 Ordinaria
South Korea Flag.png Korean 평소의 모습 Usual Form
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
South Korea Flag.png Korean 각오의 모습 Resolution Form
Poland Flag.png Polish Rezolutna Forma
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Brío


Meloetta

Meloetta has two interchangeable forms: Aria Forme and Pirouette Forme. Aria Forme is Normal/Psychic. Pirouette Forme is Normal/Fighting.

Normally, it is in Aria Forme, which is the only form it can take outside of battle. If Meloetta uses the move Relic Song in battle, it changes between the two forms.

648Meloetta.png
Meloetta
Aria Forme
 Normal  Psychic 
Serene Grace
Use Relic Song
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
100 77 77 128 128 90
648Meloetta-Pirouette.png
Meloetta
Pirouette Forme
 Normal  Fighting 
Serene Grace
Use Relic Song
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
100 128 90 77 77 128

In other languages

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


Genesect

In the games, Genesect changes forms when a Drive is attached to its back. These forms have no direct effect, although they do change the type of Genesect's signature move Techno Blast.

  • If no Drive is held, Techno Blast will be Normal-type and Genesect will appear to have a dark yellow Drive.
  • If a Shock Drive is held, Techno Blast will be Electric-type and Genesect will appear to have a light yellow Drive.
  • If a Burn Drive is held, Techno Blast will be Fire-type and Genesect will appear to have a red Drive.
  • If a Chill Drive is held, Techno Blast will be Ice-type and Genesect will appear to have an ice blue Drive.
  • If a Douse Drive is held, Techno Blast will be Water-type and Genesect will appear to have a blue Drive.

Prior to Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Genesect's alternate appearances are not registered in the Pokédex.

Normal Genesect
649Genesect Dream.png
 Bug  Steel 
Shock Drive Genesect
649Genesect S Dream.png
 Bug  Steel 
Burn Drive Genesect
649Genesect B Dream.png
 Bug  Steel 
Chill Drive Genesect
649Genesect C Dream.png
 Bug  Steel 
Douse Drive Genesect
649Genesect D Dream.png
 Bug  Steel 

Vivillon

Vivillon has 18 different distinct patterns depending on the set geographic location of its original Trainer's Nintendo 3DS. This form cannot be changed. The pattern of Vivillon encountered within a game is set when the save file is created.

Bred Scatterbug will evolve into Vivillon with the same pattern as that of the breeding player's game, regardless of its parents.

Archipelago
666Vivillon-Archipelago.png
 Bug  Flying 
Continental
666Vivillon-Continental.png
 Bug  Flying 
Elegant
666Vivillon-Elegant.png
 Bug  Flying 
Garden
666Vivillon-Garden.png
 Bug  Flying 
High Plains
666Vivillon-High Plains.png
 Bug  Flying 
Icy Snow
666Vivillon-Icy Snow.png
 Bug  Flying 
Jungle
666Vivillon-Jungle.png
 Bug  Flying 
Marine
666Vivillon-Marine.png
 Bug  Flying 
Meadow
666Vivillon-Meadow.png
 Bug  Flying 
Modern
666Vivillon-Modern.png
 Bug  Flying 
Monsoon
666Vivillon-Monsoon.png
 Bug  Flying 
Ocean
666Vivillon-Ocean.png
 Bug  Flying 
Polar
666Vivillon-Polar.png
 Bug  Flying 
River
666Vivillon-River.png
 Bug  Flying 
Sandstorm
666Vivillon-Sandstorm.png
 Bug  Flying 
Savanna
666Vivillon-Savanna.png
 Bug  Flying 
Sun
666Vivillon-Sun.png
 Bug  Flying 
Tundra
666Vivillon-Tundra.png
 Bug  Flying 

There are also two event-exclusive patterns, the Poké Ball Pattern and the Fancy Pattern. The Poké Ball Pattern resembles a standard Poké Ball, and was first distributed in Paris, France to promote the temporary Pokémon Center store. The Fancy Pattern was distributed via the Nintendo Network from July 8 to 31, 2014 to celebrate the GTS's 100 millionth Pokémon trade.

Poké Ball
666Vivillon-Poké Ball.png
 Bug  Flying 
Fancy
666Vivillon-Fancy.png
 Bug  Flying 

In other languages

Party English Japanese French German Italian Spanish Korean
666Arc Archipelago Pattern ぐんとうのもよう Archipelago Pattern Motif Archipel Archipelmuster Motivo Arcipelago Motivo Isleño 군도의 모양 Archipelago Pattern
666Con Continental Pattern たいりくのもよう Continental Pattern Motif Continent Kontinentalmuster Motivo Continentale Motivo Continental 대륙의 모양 Continental Pattern
666Ele Elegant Pattern みやびなもよう Elegant Pattern Motif Monarchie Prunkmuster Motivo Eleganza Motivo Oriental 우아한 모양 Elegant Pattern
666Fan Fancy Pattern ファンシーなもよう Fancy Pattern Motif Fantaisie Fantasiemuster Motivo Sbarazzino Motivo Fantasía 팬시한 모양 Fancy Pattern
666Gar Garden Pattern ていえんのもよう Garden Pattern Motif Verdure Ziergartenmuster Motivo Prato Motivo Vergel 정원의 모양 Garden Pattern
666Hig High Plains Pattern こうやのもよう Plains Pattern Motif Sécheresse Dürremuster Motivo Deserto Motivo Estepa 황야의 모양 Plains Pattern
666Icy Icy Snow Pattern ひょうせつのもよう Ice and Snow Pattern Motif Blizzard Frostmuster Motivo Nevi Perenni Motivo Polar 빙설의 모양 Ice and Snow Pattern
666Jun Jungle Pattern ジャングルのもよう Jungle Pattern Motif Jungle Dschungelmuster Motivo Giungla Motivo Jungla 정글의 모양 Jungle Pattern
666Mar Marine Pattern マリンのもよう Marine Pattern Motif Rivage Aquamarinmuster Motivo Marino Motivo Marino 마린의 모양 Marine Pattern
666 Meadow Pattern はなぞののもよう Flower Garden Pattern Motif Floraison Blumenmeermuster Motivo Giardinfiore Motivo Floral 화원의 모양 Flower Garden Pattern
666Mod Modern Pattern モダンなもよう Modern Pattern Motif Métropole Innovationsmuster Motivo Trendy Motivo Moderno 모던한 모양 Modern Pattern
666Mon Monsoon Pattern スコールのもよう Squall Pattern Motif Cyclone Monsunmuster Motivo Pluviale Motivo Monsón 스콜의 모양 Squall Pattern
666Oce Ocean Pattern オーシャンのもよう Ocean Pattern Motif Soleil Levant Ozeanmuster Motivo Oceanico Motivo Océano 오션의 모양 Ocean Pattern
666Pok Poké Ball Pattern ボールのもよう Ball Pattern Motif Poké Ball Pokéball-Muster Motivo Poké Ball Motivo Poké Ball 볼의 모양 Ball Pattern
666Pol Polar Pattern ゆきぐにのもよう Snowy Country Pattern Motif Banquise Schneefeldmuster Motivo Nordico Motivo Taiga 설국의 모양 Snowy Country Pattern
666Riv River Pattern たいがのもよう Large River Pattern Motif Delta Flussdeltamuster Motivo Fluviale Motivo Oasis 대하의 모양 Large River Pattern
666San Sandstorm Pattern さじんのもよう Sandcloud Pattern Motif Sable Sandmuster Motivo Sabbia Motivo Desierto 사진의 모양 Sandcloud Pattern
666Sav Savanna Pattern サバンナのもよう Savanna Pattern Motif Mangrove Savannenmuster Motivo Savana Motivo Pantano 사바나의 모양 Savanna Pattern
666Sun Sun Pattern たいようのもよう Sun Pattern Motif Zénith Sonnenmuster Motivo Solare Motivo Solar 태양의 모양 Sun Pattern
666Tun Tundra Pattern せつげんのもよう Snow Field Pattern Motif Glace Flockenmuster Motivo Manto di Neve Motivo Tundra 설원의 모양 Snow Field Pattern

Flabébé, Floette, and Florges

Flabébé and Floette can hold five different-colored flowers based on the color of the flower bed they were caught in: red, yellow, orange, blue, and white. When Floette evolves into Florges, it maintains that color flower. The color of the flower cannot be changed.

Bred Flabébé have the same color flower as their mother.

Since only Blue Flower, Red Flower, and Yellow Flower Floette can appear in the Friend Safari, only these forms of Flabébé, Floette and Florges can have their Hidden Ability Symbiosis.

Red Flower
669Flabébé Red Flower Dream.png
 Fairy 
670Floette Red Flower Dream.png
 Fairy 
671Florges Red Flower Dream.png
 Fairy 
Yellow Flower
669Flabébé Yellow Flower Dream.png
 Fairy 
670Floette Yellow Flower Dream.png
 Fairy 
671Florges Yellow Flower Dream.png
 Fairy 
Orange Flower
669Flabébé Orange Flower Dream.png
 Fairy 
670Floette Orange Flower Dream.png
 Fairy 
671Florges Orange Flower Dream.png
 Fairy 
Blue Flower
669Flabébé Blue Flower Dream.png
 Fairy 
670Floette Blue Flower Dream.png
 Fairy 
671Florges Blue Flower Dream.png
 Fairy 
White Flower
669Flabébé White Flower Dream.png
 Fairy 
670Floette White Flower Dream.png
 Fairy 
671Florges White Flower Dream.png
 Fairy 
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AZ's unique Floette

In the storyline of X and Y, there is also a unique Floette who AZ befriended in ages past. The flower it wields has a different design than normal; it also has a blue, red, and white color instead of green, yellow, and white, reflecting the colors of the French national flag.

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In other languages

Red Flower

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese あかいはな Red Flower
France Flag.png French Fleur Rouge
Germany Flag.png German Rotblütler
Italy Flag.png Italian Fiore Rosso
South Korea Flag.png Korean 빨간 꽃 Red Flower
Spain Flag.png Spanish Flor Roja

Yellow Flower

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese きいろのはな Yellow Flower
France Flag.png French Fleur Jaune
Germany Flag.png German Gelbblütler
Italy Flag.png Italian Fiore Giallo
South Korea Flag.png Korean 노란 꽃 Yellow Flower
Spain Flag.png Spanish Flor Amarilla

Orange Flower

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese オレンジいろのはな Orange Flower
France Flag.png French Fleur Orange
Germany Flag.png German Orangeblütler
Italy Flag.png Italian Fiore Arancione
South Korea Flag.png Korean 오렌지색 꽃 Orange Flower
Spain Flag.png Spanish Flor Naranja

Blue Flower

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese あおいはな Blue Flower
France Flag.png French Fleur Bleue
Germany Flag.png German Blaublütler
Italy Flag.png Italian Fiore Blu
South Korea Flag.png Korean 파란 꽃 Blue Flower
Spain Flag.png Spanish Flor Azul

White Flower

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese しろいはな White Flower
France Flag.png French Fleur Blanche
Germany Flag.png German Weißblütler
Italy Flag.png Italian Fiore Bianco
South Korea Flag.png Korean 하얀 꽃 White Flower
Spain Flag.png Spanish Flor Blanca

Eternal Flower (Floette)

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese えいえんのはな Eternal Flower
France Flag.png French Fleur Éternelle
Germany Flag.png German Ewigblütler
Italy Flag.png Italian Fiore Eterno
South Korea Flag.png Korean 영원의 꽃 Eternal Flower
Spain Flag.png Spanish Flor Eterna


Furfrou

Furfrou can be groomed into one of ten different trims. These trims will only last five days after the player has groomed the Pokémon, or until the player deposits it in the PC.

Furfrou can be groomed at Friseur Furfrou in Lumiose City or at the Pokémon Fan Club in Slateport City. At both locations, grooming costs PokémonDollar.png500. At Friseur Furfrou, the player cannot initially select from all of the trims, with trims being unlocked gradually as the player becomes more stylish.

Prior to Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Furfrou's trims are not registered in the Pokédex.

Natural Form
676Furfrou Dream.png
 Normal 
Heart Trim
676Furfrou Heart Dream.png
 Normal 
Star Trim
676Furfrou Star Dream.png
 Normal 
Diamond Trim
676Furfrou Diamond Dream.png
 Normal 
Debutante Trim
676Furfrou Debutante Dream.png
 Normal 
Matron Trim
676Furfrou Matron Dream.png
 Normal 
Dandy Trim
676Furfrou Dandy Dream.png
 Normal 
La Reine Trim
676Furfrou La Reine Dream.png
 Normal 
Kabuki Trim
676Furfrou Kabuki Dream.png
 Normal 
Pharaoh Trim
676Furfrou Pharaoh Dream.png
 Normal 

In other languages

Natural Form

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese やせいのすがた Wild Form
France Flag.png French Forme Sauvage
Germany Flag.png German Zottelform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Selvatica
South Korea Flag.png Korean 야생의 모습
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Salvaje

Heart Trim

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ハートカット Heart Cut
France Flag.png French Coupe Cœur
Germany Flag.png German Herzchenschnitt
Italy Flag.png Italian Taglio Cuore
South Korea Flag.png Korean 하트컷 Heart Cut
Spain Flag.png Spanish Corte Corazón

Star Trim

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese スターカット Star Cut
France Flag.png French Coupe Étoile
Germany Flag.png German Sternchenschnitt
Italy Flag.png Italian Taglio Stella
South Korea Flag.png Korean 스타컷 Star Cut
Spain Flag.png Spanish Corte Estrella

Diamond Trim

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ダイヤカット Diamond Cut
France Flag.png French Coupe Diamant
Germany Flag.png German Diamantenschnitt
Italy Flag.png Italian Taglio Diamante
South Korea Flag.png Korean 다이아컷 Diamond Cut
Spain Flag.png Spanish Corte Rombo

Debutante Trim

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese レディカット Lady Cut
France Flag.png French Coupe Demoiselle
Germany Flag.png German Fräuleinschnitt
Italy Flag.png Italian Taglio Signorina
South Korea Flag.png Korean 레이디컷 Lady Cut
Spain Flag.png Spanish Corte Señorita

Matron Trim

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese マダムカット Madame Cut
France Flag.png French Coupe Madame
Germany Flag.png German Damenschnitt
Italy Flag.png Italian Taglio Gentildonna
South Korea Flag.png Korean 마담컷 Madame Cut
Spain Flag.png Spanish Corte Dama

Dandy Trim

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ジェントルカット Gentleman Cut
France Flag.png French Coupe Monsieur
Germany Flag.png German Kavalierschnitt
Italy Flag.png Italian Taglio Gentiluomo
South Korea Flag.png Korean 젠틀컷 Gentleman Cut
Spain Flag.png Spanish Corte Caballero

La Reine Trim

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese クイーンカット Queen Cut
France Flag.png French Coupe Reine
Germany Flag.png German Königinnenschnitt
Italy Flag.png Italian Taglio Regina
South Korea Flag.png Korean 퀀컷 Queen Cut
Spain Flag.png Spanish Corte Aristocrático

Kabuki Trim

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese カブキカット Kabuki Cut
France Flag.png French Coupe Kabuki
Germany Flag.png German Kabuki-Schnitt
Italy Flag.png Italian Taglio Kabuki
South Korea Flag.png Korean 가부키컷 Kabuki Cut
Spain Flag.png Spanish Corte Kabuki

Pharaoh Trim

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese キングダムカット Kingdom Cut
France Flag.png French Coupe Pharaon
Germany Flag.png German Herrscherschnitt
Italy Flag.png Italian Taglio Faraone
South Korea Flag.png Korean 킹덤컷 Kingdom Cut
Spain Flag.png Spanish Corte Faraónico


Aegislash

Aegislash, due to its Ability Stance Change, can change forms in battle depending on the move it uses. Initially in Shield Forme, using a damaging move will change it to Blade Forme, while using King's Shield will change it back into Shield Forme. Outside of battle it is always in Shield Forme.

Shield Forme Aegislash has high Defense and Special Defense, while Blade Forme Aegislash has high Attack and Special Attack.

681Aegislash-Blade.png
Aegislash
Blade Forme
 Steel  Ghost 
Stance Change
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
60 150 50 150 50 60
681Aegislash-Shield.png
Aegislash
Shield Forme
 Steel  Ghost 
Stance Change
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
60 50 150 50 150 60

In other languages

Shield Forme

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese シールドフォルム Shield Forme
France Flag.png French Forme Parade
Germany Flag.png German Schildform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Scudo
South Korea Flag.png Korean 실드폼 Shield Forme
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Escudo

Blade Forme

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ブレードフォルム Blade Forme
France Flag.png French Forme Assaut
Germany Flag.png German Klingenform
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Spada
South Korea Flag.png Korean 블레이드폼 Blade Forme
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Filo


Pumpkaboo and Gourgeist

Pumpkaboo and Gourgeist can be of Small, Average, Large and Super Size. Larger sizes of Pumpkaboo are more rare to encounter in the wild.

Different sizes have different base stats. For Pumpkaboo, with each increase in size, its base HP stat increases by 5 points while its base Speed stat decreases by 5 points. For Gourgeist, with each increase in size, its base HP stat increases by 10 points and its base Attack stat increases by 5 points while its base Speed stat decreases by 15 points. Consequently, the base stat total of a Pumpkaboo or Gourgeist does not vary with size.

Bred Pumpkaboo are the same size as their mother, or as the same form as the Pumpkaboo or Gourgeist parent if bred with Ditto.

Wild Super Size Pumpkaboo will always hold a Miracle Seed, whereas other sizes will never hold an item in the wild. Super Size variants have different, lower pitched cries than the other forms.

Only Average Size and Super Size Pumpkaboo and Gourgeist can have their Hidden Ability Insomnia. Average Size can be obtained with its Hidden Ability from the Friend Safari; Super Size can be obtained with its Hidden Ability as the Spooky 2014 Super Size Pumpkaboo.

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Pumpkaboo
Small Size
 Ghost  Grass 
Pickup or
Frisk
Hidden: Insomnia
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
44 66 70 44 55 56
710Pumpkaboo.png
Pumpkaboo
Average Size
 Ghost  Grass 
Pickup or
Frisk
Hidden: Insomnia
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
49 66 70 44 55 51
710Pumpkaboo.png
Pumpkaboo
Large Size
 Ghost  Grass 
Pickup or
Frisk
Hidden: Insomnia
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
54 66 70 44 55 46
710Pumpkaboo.png
Pumpkaboo
Super Size
 Ghost  Grass 
Pickup or
Frisk
Hidden: Insomnia
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
59 66 70 44 55 41
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Gourgeist
Small Size
 Ghost  Grass 
Pickup or
Frisk
Hidden: Insomnia
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
55 85 122 58 75 99
711Gourgeist.png
Gourgeist
Average Size
 Ghost  Grass 
Pickup or
Frisk
Hidden: Insomnia
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
65 90 122 58 75 84
711Gourgeist.png
Gourgeist
Large Size
 Ghost  Grass 
Pickup or
Frisk
Hidden: Insomnia
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
75 95 122 58 75 69
711Gourgeist.png
Gourgeist
Super Size
 Ghost  Grass 
Pickup or
Frisk
Hidden: Insomnia
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
85 100 122 58 75 54

In other languages

Small Size

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ちいさいサイズ Small Size
Mandarin Chinese 小體型 Xiǎo Tǐxíng
France Flag.png French Taille Mini
Germany Flag.png German Größe S
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Mini
South Korea Flag.png Korean 작은사이즈 Small Size
Spain Flag.png Spanish Tamaño Pequeño

Average Size

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ふつうのサイズ Average Size
Mandarin Chinese 普通體型 Pǔtōng Tǐxíng
France Flag.png French Taille Normale
Germany Flag.png German Größe M
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Normale
South Korea Flag.png Korean 보통사이즈 Normal Size
Spain Flag.png Spanish Tamaño Moderado

Large Size

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese おおきいサイズ Large Size
Mandarin Chinese 大體型 Dà Tǐxíng
France Flag.png French Taille Maxi
Germany Flag.png German Größe L
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Grande
South Korea Flag.png Korean 큰사이즈 Large Size
Spain Flag.png Spanish Tamaño Grande

Super Size

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese とくだいサイズ Extra Large Size
Mandarin Chinese 特大體型 Tèdà Tǐxíng
France Flag.png French Taille Ultra
Germany Flag.png German Größe XL
Italy Flag.png Italian Forma Maxi
South Korea Flag.png Korean 특대사이즈 Extra Large Size
Spain Flag.png Spanish Tamaño Extra


Xerneas

Xerneas has two forms: Neutral Mode and Active Mode. There is no gameplay difference between them; Xerneas appears in Active Mode in battle, and appears in Neutral Mode in situations outside of battle, such as cutscenes, the Pokédex, the Pokémon screen, and Pokémon-Amie. According to the Pokédex, Xerneas shares everlasting life while it is in Active Mode.

Xerneas's horns and some highlights in its fur are light blue in Neutral Mode and light gold in Active Mode. In Active Mode, the protrusions on its horns also light up in several colors.

Neutral Mode
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 Fairy 
Active Mode
Spr 6x 716.png
 Fairy 

In other languages

Neutral Mode

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese リラックスモード Relax Mode
France Flag.png French Mode Paisible
Germany Flag.png German Neutrale Form
Italy Flag.png Italian Modo Relax
South Korea Flag.png Korean 릴랙스모드 Relax Mode
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Relajada

Active Mode

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese アクティブモード Active Mode
France Flag.png French Mode Déchaîné
Germany Flag.png German Aktive Form
Italy Flag.png Italian Modo Attivo
South Korea Flag.png Korean 액티브모드 Active Mode
Spain Flag.png Spanish Forma Activa


Hoopa

Hoopa has two forms it can change between using the Prison Bottle.

Normally, Hoopa Confined is the form taken by Hoopa, which is Psychic/Ghost. When exposed to a Prison Bottle, Hoopa transforms into Hoopa Unbound, which is Psychic/Dark; however, Hoopa Unbound will change back into Hoopa Confined after three days or when deposited in the PC. Hoopa Unbound was introduced in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

Currently, the Prison Bottle as well as Hoopa Unbound has not been officially revealed nor obtainable in-game yet.

The two forms have different stats, types, learnsets, and cries.

720Hoopa.png
Hoopa
Hoopa Confined
 Psychic  Ghost 
Magician
Prison Bottle, wait three days, or deposit in PC
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
80 100 60 150 130 70
Spr 6o 720U.png
Hoopa
Hoopa Unbound
 Psychic  Dark 
Magician
Prison Bottle
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spd
80 160 60 170 130 80
Lv. 720Hoopa.png
Hoopa Confined
 Psychic  Ghost 
Spr 6o 720U.png
Hoopa Unbound
 Psychic  Dark 
Start Hyperspace Hole Hyperspace Fury
Start Trick
Start Destiny Bond
Start Ally Switch
Start Confusion
6 Astonish*
10 Magic Coat
15 Light Screen
19 Psybeam
25 Skill Swap
29 Power Split
29 Guard Split
35 Phantom Force
46 Zen Headbutt Knock Off
50 Wonder Room
50 Trick Room
55 Shadow Ball Dark Pulse
68 Nasty Plot
75 Psychic
85 Hyperspace Hole Hyperspace Fury
Moves in bold are STAB. Moves in italics do no damage.

In other languages

Hoopa Confined

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese いましめられしフーパ Bound Hoopa
France Flag.png French Hoopa Enchaîné
Germany Flag.png German Gebanntes Hoopa
Italy Flag.png Italian Hoopa Vincolato
South Korea Flag.png Korean 굴레에 빠진 후파 Gulle-e Bbajin Hoopa
Spain Flag.png Spanish Hoopa Contenido

Hoopa Unbound

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese ときはなたれしフーパ Released Hoopa
France Flag.png French Hoopa Déchaîné
Germany Flag.png German Entfesseltes Hoopa
Italy Flag.png Italian Hoopa Libero
South Korea Flag.png Korean 굴레를 벗어난 후파 Gulle-reul Beos-eonan Hoopa
Spain Flag.png Spanish Hoopa Desatado


See also