Hey there Ariel! You can have SnoWorries the Snover. SnoWorries has had a really rough life. It isn't very tall and as such is used to other pokémon literally pissing all over it, thinking that it's a shrub. As a result, whenever a pokémon uses any attack that involves liquid against it, including any Water-type attack, and most poison ones, you have to baby it a little, which involves healing it with a Potion, so make sure you stock up. SnoWorries moves as little as possible, and as such can't learn Ice Shard, and must learn Ingrain. It must use Ingrain at the start of any trainer battle, as it's scared that a trained-owned pokémon might uproot it. You can't evolve Snover unless you have no Water-type moves on the rest of your team. When it does eventually evolve, it realises that with its newfound size and power, it has nothing to fear from Water, and that water and piss are actually completely different substances. As a result, it must take on every water type you find, and learn Swagger (over Ingrain if you want). It has to use Swagger against Water-types before defeating them. Abomasnow can use Ice Shard. Clarification on moveset rules: Don't catch Snover on the peak of Mount Coronet, or it won't know Swagger. If you want to get rid of Swagger before you evolve, bear in mind that you'll have to use up a Heart Scale for it to remember it after evolving. The Snovers on the way to Snowpoint City are between level 32 and 35, so will come with Mist, Ingrain, Swagger and Ice Shard. You'll have Ice Shard but you can't use it as a Snover. Keep it if you want to use it later. Note that you won't have any direct attacking moves you can use when you catch Snover and that three out of your four moves are (semi-)fixed and that Mist is the other. It'll learn Wood Hammer at level 36, and Blizzard at 41. You could also teach it a TM move over Mist, and when you evolve you'll be able to get rid of Ingrain.