List of Pokémon (650–721)

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The Pokémon (ポケモン Pokèmon?) franchise has 802 (as of the release of Pokémon Sun and Moon) distinctive fictional species classified as the titular Pokémon. This is a selected listing of 72 of the Pokémon species, originally found in the X and Y versions, arranged as they are in the main game series' National Pokédex.


Number: 650 Type: Grass Evolves from: None Evolves into: Quilladin

Chespin (ハリマロン Harimaron), known as the Spiny Nut Pokémon, is a Grass type and one of the three Pokémon available to players at the start of Pokémon X and Y. Described as having a curious nature, it resembles a rodent that has a chestnut-like shell on its head which protects it in battle.[1][2]

In the Pokémon: XY TV series, Clemont catches a Chespin originally owned by Professor Sycamore. In the anime, Chespin is the only regional Grass-type starter that Ash hasn't obtained/captured.


Number: 651 Type: Grass Evolves from: Chespin Evolves into: Chesnaught

Quilladin (ハリボーグ Haribōgu) is the evolved form of Chespin. Its strong shell repels attacks, but it is often too kindhearted to attack on its own.[2][3]


Number: 652 Type: Grass/Fighting Evolves from: Quilladin Evolves into: None

Chesnaught (ブリガロン Burigaron), known as the Spiny Armor Pokémon, is the final evolved form of Chespin and it evolves from Quilladin. With its new Fighting type, it defends its friends and allies by putting its own life in danger. Its armoring allows it to endure powerful explosions. It can learn Spiky Shield to defend itself and damage opponents who make contact.[2][4]


Number: 653 Type: Fire Evolves from: None Evolves into: Braixen

Fennekin (フォッコ Fokko) is the Fox Pokémon, and it is the Fire-type starter Pokémon in Kalos. It is described as being temperamental and it enjoys eating twigs.[2][5]

In the Pokémon: XY TV series, Serena chooses Fennekin as her first Pokémon.


Number: 654 Type: Fire Evolves from: Fennekin Evolves into: Delphox

Braixen (テールナー Tērunā) is the evolved form of Fennekin. It has ended its younger form's tendency to eat twigs, but it keeps one in its tail to keep itself calm.[2][6] In the TV series, Serena's Fennekin evolved into Braixen. Braixen is a playable character in the Wii U fighting game Pokkén Tournament.It is described as a distance attacker who reels opponents in to deal a combo attack.


Number: 655 Type: Fire/Psychic Evolves from: Braixen Evolves into: None

Delphox (マフォクシー Mafokushī), known as the Fox Pokémon, is the final evolved form of Fennekin. It can now control its powerful flames with its new Psychic abilities, such as through its signature Mystical Fire attack.[2][7]


Number: 656 Type: Water Evolves from: None Evolves into: Frogadier

Froakie (ケロマツ Keromatsu), the Bubble Frog Pokémon, is the Water-type starter Pokémon. The ruff around its neck is actually made of bubbles which it uses to protect itself from attacks.[2][8]

In the Pokémon: XY TV series, Ash Ketchum meets a Froakie when he first arrives in the Kalos Region, later capturing it after befriending it.


Number: 657 Type: Water Evolves from: Froakie Evolves into: Greninja

Frogadier (ゲコガシラ Gekogashira) is the evolved form of Froakie. Frogadier's jumping skill has improved, and it often jumps onto the ceiling or into trees to confuse its opponents.[2][9]

Ash's Froakie evolved into Frogadier.


Number: 658 Type: Water/Dark Evolves from: Frogadier Evolves into: None

Greninja (ゲッコウガ Gekkōga), known as the Ninja Pokémon, is the final evolved form of Froakie. With its new Dark typing it becomes swift and elusive as a ninja. Its signature move is compressing water into a special Water Shuriken, though another Pokémon, Accelgor can learn it and is the only priority move that hits multiple times.[2][10] Greninja is a playable character in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.[11] and also for Pokémon Rumble World for the Nintendo 3DS.

In the anime, Ash's Frogadier evolves into a Greninja and possesses the ability Battle Bond to assume a unique form called "Ash-Greninja", which players of Pokémon Sun and Moon can acquire. At the end of the Pokémon XY anime series, Ash releases Greninja, so that it protects Kalos with help from Squishy and Z2 of the two Zygarde.

Greninja has been crowned as Japan's #1 most popular of the Top 100 Pokémon.[12]


Number: 659 Type: Normal Evolves from: None Evolves into: Diggersby

Bunnelby (ホルビー Horubī), the rabbit-like Digging Pokémon, is stated to have ears strong enough to break through tree roots. It also possesses the new Cheek Pouch ability and it is noted to use the attack Dig.[13][14]

In the Pokémon: XY TV series, Bunnelby is one of Clemont's Pokémon that he uses outside of his position as Lumiose City Gym Leader.


Number: 660 Type: Normal/Ground Evolves from: Bunnelby Evolves into: None

Diggersby (ホルード Horūdo) is the Digging Pokémon and it uses its large ears as shovels to dig through the ground. Its ears are so strong that it can presumably lift heavy stones, and it is often used in construction work.[15][16]


Number: 661 Type: Normal/Flying Evolves from: None Evolves into: Fletchinder

Fletchling (ヤヤコマ Yayakoma), the Tiny Robin Pokémon, is said to be friendly and is popular among many trainers. Despite not being Fire-type, it can learn the attack Flame Charge, hinting at its future evolutionary form.[17][18]

In the Pokémon: XY TV series, Ash's first catch in the Kalos Region is a Fletchling.


Number: 662 Type: Fire/Flying Evolves from: Fletchling Evolves into: Talonflame

Fletchinder (ヒノヤコマ Hinoyakoma) is the Ember Pokémon, the middle evolution between Fletchling and Talonflame when it gains the Fire type. When its internal flame sac heats up, it allows Fletchinder to fly even faster. Fletchender has the longest name out of any Pokémon.[19][20]


Number: 663 Type: Fire/Flying Evolves from: Fletchinder Evolves into: None

Talonflame (ファイアロー Faiarō, Fiarrow), the Scorching Pokémon, is the evolved form of Fletchinder. As a result of its evolution, Talonflame becomes a Fire-type, when it flies it is capable of reaching 310 miles per hour (500 km/h), and will release embers from its wings.[21][22]


Number: 664 Type: Bug Evolves from: None Evolves into: Spewpa

Scatterbug (コフキムシ Kofukimushi), the Scatterdust Pokémon, is a caterpillar Pokémon that hides in the forest from flying Pokémon. The fur around its neck has a dust that it uses to adjust its temperature, allowing Scatterbug to live in any environment.[23][24]


Number: 665 Type: Bug Evolves from: Scatterbug Evolves into: Vivillon

Spewpa (コフーライ Kofūrai), the Scatterdust Pokémon, is the evolved form of Scatterbug that is the middle stage on its evolution into Vivillon. It has grown more hair around its body which is hard enough to repel attacks and can be straightened into sharp spikes to deter attackers.[23][25]


Number: 666 Type: Bug/Flying Evolves from: Spewpa Evolves into: None

Vivillon (ビビヨン Bibiyon), (prononced viv-ee-ohn)the Scale Pokémon, is a butterfly-like Pokémon that has a colorful pattern on its wings that it flaps to release its scales. Depending on the part of the world the player lives in, he or she will encounter Vivillon with a particular pattern in their game, with players living in other parts of the world receiving entirely different patterns.[23][26] There are a total of 20 different patterns of Vivillon in the Pokémon games, 18 of which are region-based, with the other 2 patterns exclusive to official Pokémon distribution events.[27][28][29]

The Fancy Pattern Vivillon is the 19th pattern of the Pokémon, and was distributed to players as a celebration for the Pokémon games reaching 100 million Pokémon being traded over the Global Trade Station, the wireless trade network featured in the Pokémon games.[29]


Number: 667 Type: Fire/Normal Evolves from: None Evolves into: Pyroar

Litleo (シシコ Shishiko), the Lion Cub Pokémon, is hot blooded and always ready to battle. When it fights a strong opponent, Litleo's red mane burns brightly.[30][31]


Number: 668 Type: Fire/Normal Evolves from: Litleo Evolves into: None

Pyroar (カエンジシ Kaenjishi) is the evolved form of Litleo. The male version possesses a large fiery mane around his entire head, while the female version's mane is smaller and only flows from the top of her head. Pyroar possesses moves such as Echoed Voice, Hyper Voice and is signature move Noble Roar, owing to its lion-based nature.[32][33][34]


Number: 669 Type: Fairy Evolves from: None Evolves into: Floette

Flabébé (フラベベ Furabebe), the Single Bloom Pokémon, is one of the new Fairy-type Pokémon. When it is born, it finds a flower that it lives on for the rest of its life and gains power from in battle. This flower is different depending on where any particular Flabébé is found.[35][36]


Number: 670 Type: Fairy Evolves from: Flabébé Evolves into: Florges

Floette (フラエッテ Furaette) is the evolution of Flabébé. It keeps the same color flower as it had when it evolves. Its Flower Veil ability helps friendly Grass-type Pokémon.[37][38]


Number: 671 Type: Fairy Evolves from: Floette Evolves into: None

Florges (フラージェス Furājesu) is the final evolved form of Flabébé. It makes territory by growing flowers and exquisite flower gardens, using these flowers' energy as its own during battles. Because of its ability to create beautiful gardens, rulers of castles would use Florges to make them for their own.[39][40] In the Pokémon X and Y storyline, AZ has an Eternal Flower Floette with a signature move called Light of Ruin which cannot be obtained by the player.


Number: 672 Type: Grass Evolves from: None Evolves into: Gogoat

Skiddo (メェークル Mēkuru), the Mount Pokémon, later evolves into Gogoat. It said that it has lived alongside humans for so long that it does not mind carrying people. Like Gogoat, the player character will be able to ride one at some point in the game.[41][42]


Number: 673 Type: Grass Evolves from: Skiddo Evolves into: None

Gogoat (ゴーゴート Gōgōto), the Mount Pokémon, is a goat-like Pokémon that the player is able to ride like a horse due to its size. It forms a bond with its trainer when its horns are held.[43][44]


Number: 674 Type: Fighting Evolves from: None Evolves into: Pangoro

Pancham (ヤンチャム Yanchamu), the Playful Pokémon, resembles a giant panda. It is always seen with a leaf sticking out of its mouth, and it tries to intimidate opponents by glaring at them, but this does not often work.[45][46]

In the Pokémon: XY TV series, Serena catches a Pancham who has a desire to perform.


Number: 675 Type: Fighting/Dark Evolves from: Pancham Evolves into: None

Pangoro (ゴロンダ Goronda), the Daunting Pokémon, is the evolved form of the panda Pokémon Pancham, gaining a new Dark-type during the evolution. Pangoro seems violent, but it actually believes in fairness in battle, with its leaf able to predict its opponents moves.[47][48]


Number: 676 Type: Normal Does not evolve

Furfrou (トリミアン Torimian) is a poodle Pokémon, and its Fur Coat (ファーコート Fā Kōto) Ability both protects it and can be modified by the trainer by taking it to a groomer.[49][50]


Number: 677 Type: Psychic Evolves from: None Evolves into: Meowstic

Espurr (ニャスパー Nyasupā) is the "Restraint" Pokémon, so named because it keeps its psychic powers under control by holding its ears shut. Espurr prefers to be independent, and moves and acts at its own pace. It evolves into Meowstic.[51][52]


Number: 678 Type: Psychic Evolves from: Espurr Evolves into: None

Meowstic (ニャオニクス Nyaonikusu) is a cat Pokémon that has different male and female forms that not only differ in appearance but also differ in stats, moves, and Abilities.[53][54]


Number: 679 Type: Steel/Ghost Evolves from: None Evolves into: Doublade

Honedge (ヒトツキ Hitotsuki), the Sword Pokémon, is a ghost that has possessed an ancient sword. It uses the blue tassel on its hilt as a hand and holds its own sheath in battle.[55][56] Honedge's Steel/Ghost typing is unique to its evolutionary line.


Number: 680 Type: Steel/Ghost Evolves from: Honedge Evolves into: Aegislash

Doublade (ニダンギル Nidangiru) is the evolved form of Honedge, taking the form of two Honedges crossed to form a coat-of-arms shape. It uses telepathy to coordinate attacks between its two blades.[57][58][59]


Number: 681 Type: Steel/Ghost Evolves from: Doublade Evolves into: None

Aegislash (ギルガルド Girugarudo), the Royal Sword Pokémon, gains a shield when it evolves from Doublade. Its new ability Stance Change changes its forms in battle, switching to the attack-oriented Blade Forme (ブレードフォルム Burēdo Forumu) when an attack is selected, and to defense-oriented Shield Forme (シールドフォルム Shīrudo Forumu) when using its signature move King's Shield.[60][61]


Number: 682 Type: Fairy Evolves from: None Evolves into: Aromatisse

Spritzee (シュシュプ Shushupu), the Perfumed Pokémon, is a Fairy-type Pokémon that can only be caught in the Y version. In the past it was kept by women for its perfume which it uses to entrance its opponents. This fragrance changes depending on what Spritzee has eaten.[62][63]


Number: 683 Type: Fairy Evolves from: Spritzee Evolves into: None

Aromatisse (フレフワン Furefuwan) is the evolved form of Spritzee. It can control the scent of any odor it gives off, ranging from alluringly sweet fragrances to foul and vile stenches.[64][65]


Number: 684 Type: Fairy Evolves from: None Evolves into: Slurpuff

Swirlix (ペロッパフ Peroppafu), the Cotton Candy Pokémon, is a Fairy-type Pokémon that can only be found in the X version. It loves candy and sweets so much that its fur resembles cotton candy in appearance and texture, using its stickiness to its advantage in battles.[66][67]


Number: 685 Type: Fairy Evolves from: Swirlix Evolves into: None

Slurpuff (ペロリーム Perorīmu) is the evolved form of Swirlix. Its incredible sense of smell lets it detect the faintest of odors; it specializes in identifying sweet smells, and pastry chefs use it to improve their baking.[68][69]


Number: 686 Type: Dark/Psychic Evolves from: None Evolves into: Malamar

Inkay (マーイーカ Māīka), the Revolving Pokémon, resembles a squid. It can drain other Pokémon's powers by flashing lights above its eyes, and it uses these to communicate with friends. Inkay has a new move called Topsy-turvy that changes its opponents stats. During battle, Inkay will change its vertical orientation often.[70][71]

In the Pokémon: XY TV series, James captures an Inkay in the XY season.


Number: 687 Type: Dark/Psychic Evolves from: Inkay Evolves into: None

Malamar (カラマネロ Karamanero), the Overturning Pokémon, is the evolved form of Inkay while the previous form is upside down. It is said to be the best hypnotist of all Pokémon, and for this reason many ill-intentioned trainers seek out this Pokémon. An evil Malamar has appeared in the anime twice. It made its debut in "A Conspiracy to Conquer" and reappeared with two other evil Malamar in "Facing the Grand Design".[72][73]


Number: 688 Type: Rock/Water Evolves from: None Evolves into: Barbaracle

Binacle (カメテテ Kametete), the Two-Handed Pokémon, can often be found living on rocks on the sea shore. They are usually found in pairs latched on a rock, one sometimes moving away if they are unable to get along.[74][75]


Number: 689 Type: Rock/Water Evolves from: Binacle Evolves into: None

Barbaracle (ガメノデス Gamenodesu) is the evolved form of Binacle. Its two individuals as Binacle multiply into seven as Barbaracle, all under control of the central head. It can learn the move Cross Chop which goes well with either its Tough Claws or Sniper Abilities.[76][77]


Number: 690 Type: Poison/Water Evolves from: None Evolves into: Dragalge

Skrelp (クズモー Kuzumō), the Mock Kelp Pokémon, is inspired by the weedy seadragons. It hides by resembling a piece of rotting kelp, and uses its poison to ambush prey. Skrelp can only be caught in the Y version of the games.[78][79]


Number: 691 Type: Poison/Dragon Evolves from: Skrelp Evolves into: None

Dragalge (ドラミドロ Doramidoro) is the evolved form of Skrelp, gaining the Dragon Type in the evolution. It guards its home fiercely, and many fear Dragalge for this reason.[80][81]


Number: 692 Type: Water Evolves from: None Evolves into: Clawitzer

Clauncher (ウデッポウ Udeppō), the "Water Gun" Pokémon, resembles a pistol shrimp. Its oversized claw is used to catch prey and shoot out a condensed blast of water. Clauncher can only be caught in the X version.[82][83]


Number: 693 Type: Water Evolves from: Clauncher Evolves into: None

Clawitzer (ブロスター Burosutā), the Howitzer Pokémon, is the evolved form of Clauncher. Its massive claw can produce a high enough water pressure to break through armored hulls, and it uses the claw to propel itself through the water.[84][85]


Number: 694 Type: Electric/Normal Evolves from: None Evolves into: Heliolisk

Helioptile (エリキテル Erikiteru), the Generator Pokémon, is a solar powered and lizard-like Electric Pokémon with a new attack called Parabolic Charge that heals itself.[86][87]


Number: 695 Type: Electric/Normal Evolves from: Helioptile Evolves into: None

Heliolisk (エレザード Erezādo) is the evolved form of Helioptile. A single Heliolisk can generate enough electricity to power a high-rise building as it takes in solar energy with the large frill around its neck.[88][89]


Number: 696 Type: Rock/Dragon Evolves from: None Evolves into: Tyrantrum

Tyrunt (チゴラス Chigorasu) is a fossil Pokémon resembling a Tyrannosaur. It uses its powerful jaws in battle, and its Ability Strong Jaw increases its bite move powers.[90][91]


Number: 697 Type: Rock/Dragon Evolves from: Tyrunt Evolves into: None

Tyrantrum (ガチゴラス Gachigorasu) is the evolved form of Tyrunt. One hundred million years in the past it was invincible, and its powerful jaws could render an iron plate as if it was made out of paper.[92][93][94][95]


Number: 698 Type: Rock/Ice Evolves from: None Evolves into: Aurorus

Amaura (アマルス Amarusu) is another fossil Pokémon, this one resembling a Sauropod. Its icy powers are further improved with its Refrigerate Ability which turns its Normal moves into Ice moves.[96][97]


Number: 699 Type: Rock/Ice Evolves from: Amaura Evolves into: None

Aurorus (アマルルガ Amaruruga) is the evolved form of Amaura. It can use ice as cold as −150 °C (−238 °F) to attack using the new Freeze-Dry move, which is treated as super-effective against Water types, or to defend itself by forming a wall of ice in front of itself.[93][98][99]


Number: 700 Type: Fairy Evolves from: Eevee Evolves into: None

Sylveon (ニンフィア Ninfia, Nymphia), the Intertwining Pokémon, is a Fairy type Pokémon and a brand new evolution of the first-generation Pokémon Eevee. Its type was kept a mystery until the official reveal. Sylveon possesses abilities to move the antenna-like ribbons on its body, which it uses to relieve the feelings of both humans and Pokémon. Also the ribbons act as a leash when it walks with its trainer. Sylveon can learn a new Fairy-type move, Moonblast, that allows it to borrow energy from the moon and attack the opponent with a powerful blast.[100][101]

Sylveon appears in the short feature Pikachu and Eevee Friends that accompanies the film Pokémon the Movie: Genesect and the Legend Awakened in theaters, wherein it is voiced by Shoko Nakagawa.[102]


Number: 701 Type: Fighting/Flying Does not evolve

Hawlucha (ルチャブル Ruchaburu), also known as the Wrestling Pokémon, is a small bird with red cape-like wings, and a green mask-like face. Even considering its small size, Hawlucha is a very proficient fighter with skills that allow it to keep up with big bruisers.[103] It does this by being difficult to defend against, attacking from above. It stays steady in the air using its wings.[104] It learns the unique move Flying Press that combines its Fighting- and Flying-type abilities into a single sky-diving bodyslam.[105][106]

In the Pokémon: XY TV series, Ash catches a Hawlucha that has been trying to perfect its Flying Press on its own.


Number: 702 Type: Electric/Fairy Does not evolve

Dedenne (デデンネ), the hamster-like Antenna Pokémon, is stated to be able to use its whiskers to communicate with far off allies and recharge itself by plugging its tail into electrical outlets. It has a new ability called Cheek Pouch that allows it to benefit in two different ways from Berries and a new attack called Nuzzle.[107][108]

In the Pokémon: XY TV series, Clemont catches a Dedenne for his younger sister Bonnie.

Dedenne is one of the various random Pokémon that appear from within Poké Ball items in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, using the Discharge attack on nearby opponents.[109]


Number: 703 Type: Rock/Fairy Does not evolve

Carbink (メレシー Mereshī), the Jewel Pokémon, lives deep in caves, and has existed unseen by human eyes for millions of years. It is very timid, and prefers to live alone.[110][111]


Number: 704 Type: Dragon Evolves from: None Evolves into: Sliggoo

Goomy (ヌメラ Numera), known as the Soft Tissue Pokémon, is a small slug-like Pokémon said to be the weakest of Dragon-types.[112] However, its slimy mucus coating makes any punches or kicks slide off it harmlessly, making it difficult to fight.[113] To prevent this membrane from drying out, it lives in dark, damp locations. In the episode "A Slippery Encounter" Ash caught a Goomy. His Goomy had a phobia of Bug types because its homeland was attacked by several different Bug types. It also had a fear of Fairy types, most likely due to the fact the Bug types that attacked its home were being led by a Florges. It evolves into a Sliggoo when leveling up in rain and then later into a Goodra.[112][114][115]


Number: 705 Type: Dragon Evolves from: Goomy Evolves into: Goodra

Sliggoo (ヌメイル Numeiru) is the evolved form of Goomy. It secretes a sticky liquid that can dissolve anything, and the four horns on its head act its ears and nose.[116][117]


Number: 706 Type: Dragon Evolves from: Sliggoo Evolves into: None

Goodra (ヌメルゴン Numerugon) is the final evolved form of Goomy, a very powerful Pokémon in comparison to it being called the weakest Dragon Pokémon as Goomy. It is a very friendly Dragon type that loves to hug its beloved trainer, and covers them in its sticky slime.[citation needed] It attacks with the retractable horns on its head, and its punch is as strong as the punches of a hundred pro-boxers.[118][119]


Number: 707 Type: Fairy/Steel Does not evolve

Klefki (クレッフィ Kureffi), also known as the Key Ring Pokémon, is a white key and ring, with various keys it has collected over time. It is a key collector that threatens attackers by fiercely jingling its keys at them.[120] Once attached to a key, it never releases it, so Klefki are frequently used for high-profile security.[121][122][123]

Klefki was designed by Pokémon graphic designer Mana Ibe and inspired by "old mansions and secret keys".[124] Video game journalists regarded its design as among the worst of new Pokémon introduced in X and Y,[125][126] and characterized the design as uninspired, insipid, and strange.[127][128][129] Angela Webber of The Portland Mercury included it in a list of Pokémon meant to demonstrate that the Pokémon designers have "run out of ideas."[130] A short film about Klefki, "Pikachu, What's This Key For?", is slated to premiere as an opener for the 17th Pokémon film.[131]


Number: 708 Type: Ghost/Grass Evolves from: None Evolves into: Trevenant

Phantump (ボクレー Bokurē) is also known as the Stump Pokémon. It is born when a spirit—specifically, one of a child who perished while lost in the forest—possesses a rotten tree stump. It can use the new move Forest's Curse to add the Grass Type to an opposing Pokémon.[132][133]


Number: 709 Type: Ghost/Grass Evolves from: Phantump Evolves into: None

Trevenant (オーロット Ōrotto) is a tree-like Pokémon, the evolved form of Phantump. It was first briefly featured in a commercial for Pokémon X and Y shown at screenings of ExtremeSpeed Genesect: Mewtwo Awakens in Japan, which was later shown on the eShop and uploaded to Pokémon Japan's official YouTube channel.[134] It can control the trees with its will and traps people who harm the forest so they can never leave.[135][136]


Number: 710 Type: Ghost/Grass Evolves from: None Evolves into: Gourgeist

Pumpkaboo (バケッチャ Baketcha), the Pumpkin Pokémon, is born when the souls of the dead cannot pass onto the otherside, and instead inhabit pumpkins. Pumpkaboo can be found in many sizes, with the largest being twice as big as the smallest.[137][138]

In the Pokémon: XY TV series, Jessie catches a Pumpkaboo.


Number: 711 Type: Ghost/Grass Evolves from: Pumpkaboo Evolves into: None

Gourgeist (パンプジン Panpujin) is the evolved form of Pumpkaboo. Like its younger stage, Gourgeist can also be found in many sizes. They sing in eerie voices while wandering through towns on the night of the new moon. It is said that anyone that hears a Gourgeist's song is cursed.[139][140]


Number: 712 Type: Ice Evolves from: None Evolves into: Avalugg

Bergmite (カチコール Kachikōru) is the Ice Chunk Pokémon. It is able to use the ice that shields its body to block incoming attacks and can use cold air to repair it if any chips appear.[141] They can be found either in the snowy mountains or on drift ice at sea. They can freeze their opponents solid with just the moisture in the air.[142][143]


Number: 713 Type: Ice Evolves from: Bergmite Evolves into: None

Avalugg (クレベース Kurebēsu) is the evolved form of Bergmite, made of ice as strong as steel. When Bergmite huddle on its flat back, it appears to be an aircraft carrier made out of ice.[144][145]


Number: 714 Type: Flying/Dragon Evolves from: None Evolves into: Noivern

Noibat (オンバット Onbatto, Onbat) is the child form of Noivern. Its ears produce ultrasonic waves that allow it to communicate with others and hunt its prey. It can even use the waves to determine if fruit is ripe enough to eat.[146][147]


Number: 715 Type: Flying/Dragon Evolves from: Noibat Evolves into: None

Noivern (オンバーン Onbān, Onvern), the Sound Wave Pokémon, is a bat-like Pokémon named after the wyvern that uses sound waves in its attacks strong enough to break boulders into pebbles, represented by the new move Boomburst.[148][149]


Number: 716 Type: Fairy Does not evolve

Xerneas (ゼルネアス Zeruneasu) is the mascot for the X version. Defined as the Life Pokémon, it is a deer-like Fairy-type Pokémon that has X-shaped glints in its eyes and jewels hanging from its antlers. Xerneas's signature move Geomancy summons these gems in its attacks, and its ability Fairy Aura raises the power of other Fairy-type attacks.[150][151]

Series creature designer Ken Sugimori was tasked with the creation of Xerneas and Yveltal, but "ran into a total wall in the process." He gave this task to art designer Yusuke Ohmura, who worked on it until Sugimori took over to finish it.[152] According to GamesRadar, Xerneas is based on the Norse demigod Eikþyrnir.[153] Xerneas was designed with "eternalness" in mind. It took the designers a year and a half to design, contrary to the average design time of six months to a year.[154] It was designed so that its silhouette would resemble the letter X.[155]


Number: 717 Type: Dark/Flying Does not evolve

Yveltal (イベルタル Iberutaru) is the mascot for the Y version and is an avian bird-like dual Dark/Flying type Pokémon designated the Destruction Pokémon and in flight, resembles the letter Y. Yveltal's signature attack is Oblivion Wing, where it flies into the air and releases a blast of deadly energy which takes HP from the Pokémon hit by the attack; its special ability Dark Aura raises the power of Dark-type moves.[151][156]

Series creature designer Ken Sugimori was tasked with the creation of Xerneas and Yveltal, but "ran into a total wall in the process." He gave this task to art designer Yusuke Ohmura, who worked on it until Sugimori took over to finish it.[152] Yveltal was designed with a "destruction" theme in mind. It took the designers a year and a half to design, contrary to the average design time of six months to a year.[154] It was designed so that its silhouette would resemble the letter Y.[155]


Number: 718 Type: Dragon/Ground Does not evolve

Zygarde (ジガルデ Jigarude) is the Order Pokémon, spending its life unmoving within the dark Terminus Cave unless the ecological balance of Kalos is threatened. Its special ability Aura Break reverses the powers of both Xerneas's Fairy Aura and Yveltal's Dark Aura, weakening Fairy- and Dark-type moves, and its signature attack Land's Wrath can damage multiple opponents at once.[151][157] Hackers have found new moves called Thousand Arrows and Thousand Waves that are likely related to Zygarde, in a similar manner to Kyurem's Freeze Shock and Ice Burn, which were originally in Black and White's code but inaccessible until the sequels. In the October issue of CoroCoro it was revealed that Zygarde in Terminus Cave is actually a 50% Forme created by one of two Zygarde Cores absorbing a large amount Zygarde Cells, with the canine 10% Forme a weaker version. When the two Zygarde Cores are together, they absorb all Zygarde Cells to form Zygarde's Complete Forme.

In 2016, it was revealed that the moves Thousand Arrows and Thousand Waves, as well as Zygarde 10% Forme and Complete Forme, would be featured in the 7th generation games, Pokémon Sun and Moon

In the Pokémon XYZ anime, Zygarde serves as a plot device as Team Flare attempts to recapture the Zygarde Core they designated Z-1, which is currently traveling with Ash's group after being named Squishy, while hunting down Zygarde 50% Forme (designated Z-2). After some, time Team flare managed to capture Z-2 and eventually unleashed him in the center of Lumiose City, the capital of the Kalos region. The team's leader Lysandre vows to destroy the current world and restart it, so people and Pokemon can live in harmony. But Ash's group did not accept this plan and ultimately managed to destroy team Flare's mind controlling device, which caused Lysandre to fake his own suicide, but soon after reappearing to take control of megalith Zygarde, A massive rock structure which resembles Zygarde 50% form, but is many times larger. It was created when a Chespin was held to near a massive Megalith crystal, which the Chespin had absorbed a large amount of Zygarde energy in an earlier lab accident. But most characters from the XY and XYZ anime reunited, resulting in team Flare's total defeat and Lysandre's death.


Number: 719 Type: Rock/Fairy Does not evolve

Diancie (ディアンシー Dianshī) is the Jewel Pokémon, and it is able to create diamonds by compressing the carbon in the air between its hands.[158] In the Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire games, Diancie possesses a Mega Evolution.

It appeared as a female in the film Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction where she is the princess of the Diamond Domain and she needs Ash and his friends' help to find Xerneas to give her the power to create a Heart Diamond that powers the Diamond Domain. Diancie was also thought to evolve from Carbink. While Diancie does originate from Carbink, it is not through evolution, rather mutation.[159][160]


Number: 720 Type: Psychic/Ghost Does not evolve

Hoopa (フーパ Fūpa) is the Mischief Pokémon, possessing rings that it uses to bend dimensions and travel across great distances. Using the Prison Bottle will transform it into its alternate appearance. Hoopa's alternate appearance is called "Hoopa Unbound", which becomes Psychic/Dark type.[161] It was announced on January 15, 2015.[162]

Hoopa featured in the 2015 Pokémon anime movie, The Great Djinni of the Rings: Hoopa (光輪(リング)の超魔神 フーパ Ringu no Chōmajin Fūpa), which was released in theaters in Japan and America on July 18, 2015 under the title Hoopa and the Clash of Ages.[163]


Number: 721 Type: Fire/Water Does not evolve

Volcanion (ボルケニオン Borukenion) is the Steam Pokémon. It has the ability to expel super-hot steam through its "cannons" on its back. The pressure from the steam can blow away mountains.[164] Volcanion was officially revealed on December 12, 2015 in the CoroCoro issue.[165]


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