EnCAPlopedia: The Complete Reference Index for Create-A-Pokémon

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We have a website that contains all the most up-to-date reference information about the project. The website should be the first place you look for information about the project. Here's a link:

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The following links below should be able to tell you just about anything you need to know about the Create-A-Pokémon project. Every significant CAP reference thread ever made is linked here.

Welcome to Create-A-Pokémon: A Guide for Newcomers

"What is the Create-A-Pokémon Project?": The CAP Mission Statement

CAP Forum Rules

"How To Create-A-Pokémon": The CAP Process Guide
Create-A-Pokémon Articles and Guides

Create-A-Pokémon Artwork and Sprite Gallery


Create-A-Pokémon Chatrooms

Pokemon Showdown! battle simulator

Create-A-Pokémon Battle Server

Create-A-Pokémon Analyses Contributions & Corrections

Create-A-Pokémon Early DP Strategy Pokedex

Pre-EnCAPlopedia: The reference point for Prevos

7th Generation CAP Updates Summary Thread

Create-A-Pokemon Sprite Index

CAP Shoddy Battle Server Usage Statistics

CAP Pokémon Showdown! Server Usage Statistics
 
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CAP Project Leadership Compendium

Generation 4: Pokémon Diamond & Pearl
CAP#: Name
Topic Leader
Concept Submitter
Stats Submitter
Movepool Submitter
:syclant: CAP1: Syclant​
N/A​
:revenankh: CAP2: Revenankh​
Hyra
N/A​
N/A​
:pyroak: CAP3: Pyroak​
N/A​
N/A​
:fidgit: CAP4: Fidgit​
:stratagem: CAP5: Stratagem​
:arghonaut: CAP6: Arghonaut​
Hyra
:kitsunoh: CAP7: Kitsunoh​
beej
:cyclohm: CAP8: Cyclohm​
:colossoil: CAP9: Colossoil​
Plus
moi
:krilowatt: CAP10: Krilowatt​
beej
:voodoom: CAP11: Voodoom​

Generation 5: Pokémon Black & White
CAP#: Name
Topic Leader
Concept Submitter
Stats Submitter
Movepool Submitter
:tomohawk: CAP12: Tomohawk​
:necturna: CAP13: Necturna​
:mollux: CAP14: Mollux​
:aurumoth: CAP15: Aurumoth​
CAP#: Name
Topic Leader
Typing Leader
Ability Leader
Stats Leader
Movepool Leader
Concept Submitter
Stats Submitter
Movepool Submitter
:malaconda: CAP16: Malaconda​
:cawmodore: CAP17: Cawmodore​

Generation 6: Pokémon X & Y
CAP#: Name
Topic Leader
Typing Leader
Ability Leader
Stats Leader
Movepool Leader
Concept Submitter
Stats Submitter
Movepool Submitter
:volkraken: CAP18: Volkraken​
PttP
:plasmanta: CAP19: Plasmanta​
Yilx
:naviathan: CAP20: Naviathan​
trc
:crucibelle: CAP21: Crucibelle​
:kerfluffle: CAP22: Kerfluffle​

Generation 7: Pokémon Sun & Moon
CAP#: Name
Topic Leader
Typing Leader
Ability Leader
Stats Leader
Movepool Leader
Concept Submitter
Stats Submitter
Movepool Submitter
:pajantom: CAP23: Pajantom​
nv
:jumbao: CAP24: Jumbao​
SHSP
Drew
Mx
Drew
:caribolt: CAP25G: Caribolt​
:smokomodo: CAP25F: Smokomodo​
:snaelstrom: CAP25W: Snaelstrom​
:equilibra: CAP26: Equilibra​
SHSP
Jho

Generation 8: Pokémon Sword & Shield
CAP#: Name
Topic Leader
Typing Leader
Ability Leader
Stats Leader
Movepool Leader
Concept Submitter
Stats Submitter
Movepool Submitter
:astrolotl: CAP27: Astrolotl​
Jho
:miasmaw: CAP28: MiasmawMxquziel-Voltage-MrDollSteakLucarioOfLegendsPipotchiAmamamaG-Luke
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CAP29: Chromera
Birkal quziel Tadasuke 2spoopy4u SHSP quziel MrDollSteak Brambane
 
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CAP Winning Artists Compilation
NOTE: Some of the images in the links below are unavailable. Refer to this link for access to all the CAP official art.
Fully Evolved CAPsCAP Pre-Evolutions
:syclant: CyzirVisheen (Final Submission Post):syclar:CyzirVisheen (Original Design Artwork, Final Render)
:revenankh: KoA (Final Submission Post)N/A
:pyroak: Elagune (Final Submission Post):embirch:Elagune (Original Design Artwork), paintseagull (Final Render)
:flarelm:Elagune (Original Design Artwork), ium (Final Render)
:fidgit: Cartoons! (Final Submission Post):breezi:Cartoons! (Original Design Artwork), Kadew (Final Render)
:stratagem: yourDeadGrandad (Final Submission Post):rebble:yourDeadGrandad (Original Design Artwork), Ladish (Final Render)
:tactite:Sunfished (Revamp Artwork) (replaces Bolderdash design by yourDeadGrandad)
:arghonaut: Arkeis (Final Submission Post):privatyke:Cartoons! (Original Design Sprite), Ladish (Final Render)
:kitsunoh: Elegy (Final Submission Post):nohface: Wyverii (Original Design Sprite), Gravity Monkey (Final Render)
:cyclohm: CyzirVisheen (Final Submission Post):monohm: CyzirVisheen (Original Design Artwork), Amamama (Final Render)
:duohm: Keishinkae (Original Design Artwork), Slapperfish (Final Render)
:colossoil: CyzirVisheen (Final Submission Post):dorsoil: Slapperfish (Final Submission Post) (replaces Colosshale design by Cartoons!)
:krilowatt: Arkeis (Final Submission Post):protowatt: ToastTyrant13 (Original Design Sprite), Slapperfish (Final Render)
:voodoom: DougJustDoug (Final Submission Post):voodoll:DougJustDoug (Original Design Artwork, Final Render)
:tomohawk: Cartoons! (Final Submission Post):scratchet: paintseagull (Final Submission Post)
:necturna: Yilx (Final Submission Post):necturine: Mos-Quitoxe (Final Submission Post)
:mollux: Mos-Quitoxe (Final Submission Post)N/A
:aurumoth: KoA (Final Submission Post):cupra::argalis: paintseagull (Final Submission Post)
:malaconda: Brambane (Final Submission Post):brattler: paintseagull (Final Submission Post)
:cawmodore: Magistrum (Final Submission Post):cawdet: Mos-Quitoxe (Final Submission Post)
:volkraken: Golurkyourself (Final Submission Post):volkritter: CBMeadow (Final Submission Post)
:plasmanta: Magistrum (Final Submission Post):snugglow: Sunfished (Final Submission Post)
:naviathan: Mos-Quitoxe (Final Submission Post):floatoy::caimanoe: Quanyails (Final Submission Post)
:crucibelle::crucibelle-mega: Yilx (Final Submission Post)N/A
:kerfluffle: Sunfished (Final Submission Post):pluffle: Quanyails (Final Submission Post)
:pajantom: Reiga (Final Submission Post)N/A
:jumbao: Pipotchi (Final Submission Post):mumbao: Pipotchi (Final Submission Post)
:caribolt: Magistrum (Final Submission Post)
:smokomodo: Yilx (Final Submission Post)
:snaelstrom: Pipotchi (Final Submission Post)
:fawnifer::electrelk: paintseagull (Final Submission Post)
:smogecko::smoguana: Kyrads (Final Submission Post)
:swirlpool::coribalis: Sunfished (Final Submission Post)
:equilibra: StephXPM (Final Submission Post):justyke: StephXPM (Final Submission Post)
:astrolotl: Quanyails (Final Submission Post):solotl: Gravity Monkey (Final Submission Post)
:miasmaw: Golurkyourself (Final Submission Post):miasmite: Sunfished (Final Submission Post)
:chromera: Gravity Monkey (Final Submission Post)N/A
:cap30: Unsee (Final Submission Post)N/A
 
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Pokédex Entries
Dex EntriesWriter(s)
Syclar, the Icicle Pokémon

Diamond: SYCLAR typically live at the feet of tall, snow-capped mountains. From the day they hatch, they aspire to someday scale the tallest of peaks.

Pearl: SYCLAR celebrate the onset of winter by coming out of their summer burrows and using their small, sharp claws to skate on the fresh river ice.

Platinum: Riding the gusts of blizzards, a swarm of SYCLAR is doubly harmful to even the hardiest of crops; they eat whatever plant matter the cold winds and snow leave untouched.
RavensNation (Final Submission)
The icicles on SYCLANT's back grow bigger as it gets older, the older a SYCLANT is the longer the icicles are. The icicles are 100x stronger than any POKEMON's bone and razor sharp.

Wild SYCLANT are very aggressive, so much so that they live alone. They train by breaking apart large glaciers.

Wild SYCLANT are fearsome predators. Even in harsh blizzards they can quickly chase down their prey with stunning agility. Should a DELIBIRD find itself near a colony, it would be swarmed almost immediately.
Derek(PUK) (Entry 1)

Cooper (Entry 2)

Lawman (Entry 3)
It is said that REVENANKH have to train regularly to keep their physical form. Should one ever slack off, it will be reduced to mere bandages.

REVENANKH is known to inhabit tombs or crypts to avoid light and train itself in peace. However, if anyone disturbs it, REVENANKH has been known to chase the intruders for anything from a week to decades.

Though normally solitary, REVENANKH gather on full moon nights in remote desert locations. Contests of strength often follow.
KoA (Entry 1) (Entry 3)

Helios (Entry 2)
Embirch, the Kindling Pokémon

Diamond: EMBIRCH strive to get tougher by charging at stronger foes. Over time, its scales grow to thick layers.

Pearl: It constantly looks for an opponent to fight. It is willing to launch fireballs to provoke them.

Platinum: After a battle, it meditates under the sun to restore its willpower and energy.
Quanyails (Final Submission)
Flarelm, the Torch Pokémon

Diamond: As it grows, the armor it wears grows with it. FLARELM whittles pieces of its armor to keep it lightweight and flexible.

Pearl: Its leaves are not only fireproof, but also release excess heat. Touching a FLARELM's leaf can leave second-degree burns.

Platinum: In battle, it awaits adversaries to attack it first. Then, it fires a powerful counterattack from its arm cannons.
Quanyails (Final Submission)
The smoke from PYROAK's flames is said to have soothing qualities. However, it is also known to induce odd behaviour in Pokémon and humans alike.

All PYROAK keep the same set of armor throughout their entire life. It is said the age of any PYROAK can be estimated by counting the rings in the wood.

PYROAK are known to engage in ceremonial duels banning use of their cannons. Their armour protects them from injuring themselves when charging one another.
X_Presumptuous (Entry 1)

Hazmat (Entry 2)

jagged_angel (Entry 3)
Breezi, the Parachute Pokémon

Diamond: They appear to float with the breeze. Somehow, they manage to avoid landing even when the wind is calm.

Pearl: It is difficult to tell whether a BREEZI is awake or asleep. They often seem to be ignoring the world.

Platinum: They can be found all over the world. Only after strong wind storms can large groups be found together.
paintseagull (Final Submission)
A FIDGIT's brain is capable of focusing on eight different actions perfectly, using each of its hands for a separate action.

The jewels on FIDGIT's hands are capable of sucking poison from the bodies of its afflicted allies. Some are even used in Pokémon Centers during extreme cases of poisoning.

FIDGIT is extremely curious and stubborn. Whenever a FIDGIT sees a human doing any kind of manual work, it immediately begins imitating what it sees until it has bested the human.
Plus (Entry 1)

Lunar Fang (Entry 2)

hellmonkey (Entry 3)
Rebble, the Comet Pokémon

Diamond: REBBLE is born from comets and asteroids flying through space. As soon as they let go of those, they fall down to earth.

Pearl: REBBLE have sharp claws. They use these to cling to rocks. If the rock moves, the REBBLE clings onto it and travels along.

Platinum: Some REBBLE are said to be millions of years old, having existed before our planet. Their eye crystal is made from unknown minerals.
Escavalier_Royale (Final Submission)
Tactite, the Space Gem Pokémon

Diamond: TACTITE takes distance from its opponent as it plans its attack. Its laser beams are hard to dodge for most opponents.

Pearl: Because TACTITE strategically tries to overwhelm its opponents, it has a tough matchup against unpredictable foes with surprise attacks.

Platinum: TACTITE has a large eye that emits light. It uses this to send signals to fellow TACTITE and plan raid attacks.
Escavalier_Royale (Final Submission)
STRATAGEM'S peculiar shape is a result of the wind erosion it constantly experiences moving at high speeds. The older a STRATAGEM gets, the smaller and more streamlined its body will be.

STRATAGEM roam in volcanic regions, thriving on the intense heat. Their spontaneous and destructive nature has prevented much exploration in these areas.

The claws on STRATAGEM'S limbs are actually rather brittle. Instead of using those for stabbing, STRATAGEM'S uses them as a launching-pad for its various energy attacks.
Kamen Rider (Entry 1)

Goodbar (Entry 2)

Leman (Entry 3)
Privatyke, the Cabin Boy Pokémon

Diamond: PRIVATYKE yearn to evolve into ARGHONAUT. They complete orders accurately in a timely fashion, and they do hard labor to receive recognition.

Pearl: One can always find PRIVATYKE surrounding a battle of ARGHONAUT. Each crew of PRIVATYKE stands at attention in hopes to learn.

Platinum: PRIVATYKE value loyalty but follow power. If an ARGHONAUT loses a battle with another, the PRIVATYKE of the losing captain join the other crew.
Snorlax in the way (Final Submission)
Arghonaut, the Pirate Pokémon

Diamond: Hearty and boisterous, ARGHONAUT are known to take over opposing ships and crews for entertainment.

Pearl: ARGHONAUT are very efficient sea captains, commanding crews of both Pokémon and people alike.

Platinum: ARGHONAUT are a bit egotistical due to their success as captains, and from the vast number of PRIVATYKE that aspire to be them.
Snorlax in the way (Final Submission)
Nohface, the Faceless Pokémon

Diamond: Rumored to have stolen the faces of children in ancient times, it was driven deep into the forests.

Pearl: It is impossible to tell what a NOHFACE is thinking, which makes it unpopular as a pet.

Platinum: NOHFACE can remain motionless for hours. Staring directly at it for too long will drive you insane.
MrDollSteak (Final Submission)
Kitsunoh, the Shadow Fox Pokémon

Diamond: When you are alone and feel like you are being watched, it is because there is a KITSUNOH hiding.

Pearl: It is said that it first started to wear masks in order to communicate better with humans.

Platinum: Notoriously shy, it hides on the walls of old theatres by arranging its masks like decorations.
MrDollSteak (Final Submission)
Monohm, the Cumulus Pokémon

Diamond: During humid weather, MONOHM can be found wandering about, absorbing moisture to grow its cloud.

Pearl: The cloud covering its body is very sensitive. When touched, it darkens and releases an electric shock.

Platinum: It is mesmerized by thunderstorms. It will become depressed if it's forced to stay inside during one.
Bice (Final Submission)
Duohm, the Nimbus Pokémon

Diamond: Its heads normally fight with each other, but when they work together, they're a force to be reckoned with.

Pearl: DUOHM has a very stormy temperament. During its rampages, it can create localized-yet-powerful thunderstorms.

Platinum: Its second head was born from excess electricity. Both heads have completely different personalities.
Bice (Final Submission)
Cyclohm, the Cyclone Pokémon

Diamond: CYCLOHM is very temperamental. Its tumultuous roars are often mistaken for torrential thunderstorms.

Pearl: Its heads are at constant war with each other. During fights, they can turn a sunny sky into a surging storm.

Platinum: A single lightning strike from it can level a building. It will often strike the same place thrice.
G-Luke (Final Submission)
Dorsoil, the Sand Whale Pokémon

Diamond: DORSOIL is revered for its digging abilities. Shovels have been modeled after its fins since ancient times.

Pearl: When attacked, it shoots sand from its blowhole at the offender's eyes. It then tunnels away to safety.

Platinum: Minerals accumulate on its snout, which it uses to smash through rocks that get in its way while digging.
Bice (Final Submission)
Colossoil, the Drill Whale Pokémon

Diamond: Its drills are also powerful sensory organs. It can detect its prey from a mile below the surface.

Pearl: COLOSSOIL is notorious for its brutality. What isn't crushed to bits by its drills is torn apart in its jaws.

Platinum: Males engage in fierce battles with each other for territory. The more scars it has, the older it is.
Slapperfish (Final Submission)
Protowatt, the Plankton Pokémon

Diamond: PROTOWATT's shell is translucent so that it can warm its blood with sunlight even in the iciest waters.

Pearl: It is so weak that it can't escape ocean currents. Fishermen and WAILORD use this to their advantage.

Platinum: It has a small charge that makes it magnetic. Scientists believe that this is why it is found in swarms.
MrDollSteak (Final Submission)
Krilowatt, the Current Pokémon

Diamond: Although it looks fragile, a single KRILOWATT can store enough electricity to stun a WAILORD.

Pearl: KRILOWATT live in swarms at the ocean's surface. They use their antennae to coordinate their movements.

Platinum: KRILOWATT generates electricity by moving against the pull of the tides. It has incredible stamina!
MrDollSteak (Final Submission)
Voodoll, the Pain Pokémon

Diamond: This Pokémon feels constant pain and suffering from needles in its body. Screams of pain can be heard from inside it.

Pearl: VOODOLL was created through an ancient black magic. It uses this black magic to defend itself from attackers.

Platinum: It has numerous pins pierced in its body. Each pin is said to contain the combined pain of innocent souls.
LucarioOfLegends (Final Submission)
Voodoom, the Pain Pokémon

"VOODOOM has stuck a pin in its heart to make sure it never feels anything but pain again. It is said that its true potential is only unlocked when it feels loved enough to take the pin out."
FlareBlitz (Final Submission)
Dex EntriesWriter
Scratchet, the Scratch Cat Pokémon

Black: Though playful and restless by nature, they treat Tomohawk with rare respect.

White: They are often seen chasing Sigilyph, and are deeply inspired by Sigilyph's ability to fly.
Ice-cold Claws (Final Submission)
Tomohawk, the Chieftain Pokémon

Black: It is rumored they once used their shamanistic powers to help an ancient civilization cope with life in the desert.

White: Until only a few years ago they were thought to be extinct. Now researchers believe they were merely mourning the loss of an ancient city.
Joeyboy (Final Submission)
Necturine, the Thorn Seed Pokémon

Black: Necturine use trees as conduits to access the spirit world. When they attach, they are often mistaken for berries.

White: Graveyards are often built around trees covered with Necturine. Some believe that they guided spirits to the afterlife.
Kaprikorn (Final Submission)
Necturna, the Essence Pokémon

Black: It's said that this Pokemon is able to communicate with spirits. When in the location of a past tragedy, it weeps.

White: This Pokemon has the ability to speak to spirits. Necturna are said to have a harder time trusting the living than the dead.
Temperantia (Final Submission)
Mollux, the Mantle Pokémon

Black: Its innards glow with a vibrant light, the color being determined by its current mood. Its predators take a red light as a warning to leave.

White: The light it generates helps it traverse the dark depths of the sea. Its soothing glow helps it befriend curious or lost Pokemon.
GRs Cousin (Final Submission)
Cupra, the Copper Specie Pokémon

Black: They are normally withdrawn, but strong trainers are seen to attract curious Cupra from trees.

White: It lives in the hollow of a tree. If disturbed, it vibrates its wings and scatters metal flecks.

BW2: They are customarily awarded to the best of athletes, a tradition carried over from the past.
Quanyails (Final Submission)
Argalis, the Free Silver Pokémon

Black: Despite its hefty appearance, it is dexterous in manipulating its free shells for utility and combat.

White: When it becomes bored, it stimulates its mind by creating puzzles and carving them into bark.

BW2: It is highly intelligent, but it thinks only of itself. Only when it achieves enlightenment does it evolve.
Quanyails (Final Submission)
Aurumoth, the Gold Standard Pokémon

Black: Their wings are made of solid gold. Mysteriously, the gold crumbles into dust when removed.

White: This Pokemon can hibernate for centuries at a time, encased in its golden wings.

BW2: Looking an Aurumoth in the eyes causes temporary memory loss. Most trainers release them out of frustration.
Korski (Final Submission)
Brattler, the Mischief Pokémon

Black: Its body patterns allow it to slither along the forest floor unnoticed. When the fruit on its tail ripens, it is ready for evolution.

White: It dances mesmerizingly to confuse weaker foes, before attacking them for fun. If defeated, the fruit on its tail becomes shriveled.

BW2: When alarmed, the fruit on its tail sways violently. Despite looking harmless and innocent, it likes to bully Pokemon of a lesser size.
scorpdestroyer (Final Submission)
Malaconda, the Temptation Pokémon

Black: The fruit that grows from the end of its tail is the most delicious fruit in existence. It entices both people and Pokémon.

White: It brings out greed and desire in those that it meets. It delights in spreading chaos.

BW2: A forest inhabited by Malaconda is lush and full of fruit. Other Pokémon that live there are hostile and distrusting.
paintseagull (Final Submission)
Cawdet, the Deckhand Pokémon

Black: Instead of swimming for a meal, it waits on the seabed for hours and snatches fish that stray by.

White: It will waddle obliviously through hostile territory, unaware of the attacks that bounce off its metal plates.

BW2: These Pokémon work as a crew, happily doing the grunt work a Cawmodore leader commands.
Quanyails (Final Submission)
Cawmodore, the Naval Pokémon

Black: Cawmodore parry attacks using their protective armor and robust chest muscles. They then retaliate with strong punches.

White: After a shipwreck, Cawmodore bury fallen sailors at sea as a final sign of respect.

BW2: Since they are excellent navigators, Cawmodore make it easy for even the most inexperienced mariner to sail on through heavy storms.
Bughouse (Final Submission)
Dex EntriesWriter
Volkritter, the Littoral Pokémon

X: It floats near the shores of beaches. Swarms of this Pokemon can heat entire coastlines.

Y: As it matures, the luminescent bulbs on its back and tentacles develop and it migrates to deeper and darker waters.
DetroitLolcat (Final Submission)
Volkraken, the Hadal Pokémon

X: It ignites the chemicals it consumes from hydrothermal vents as a means of jet propulsion.

Y: This Pokémon is highly intelligent. It will quickly learn from and solve even human-engineered puzzles.
Quanyails (Final Submission)
Snugglow, the Baby Manta Pokémon

X: Snugglow are known for surprising divers by hiding beneath some sand, and then leaping out of the sand to hug them.

Y: This Pokémon is drawn to sources of stress, and can often be seen migrating towards the location of a natural disaster.
Dogfish44 (Final Submission)
Plasmanta, the Great Manta Pokémon

X: Revered as a god in ancient times due to its sheer size, its venom is known for its conduction properties.

Y: Research has found that Plasmanta venom has a resistance of precisely one Ohm, a godsend for certain technologies.
Crux (Final Submission)
Floatoy, the Preserver Pokémon

X/OR: Floatoy often emerge near beaches during rip currents, catching themselves in the flow to assist swimmers in peril.

Y/AS: The flimsy oars of Floatoy are connected to rather durable bodies. Their friendly demeanor make them popular among children.
Swede (Final Submission)
Caimanoe, the Navigator Pokémon

X/OR: Their brains match the magnetic field of a compass. Travelers have trusted the navigation skills of this Pokémon since the 16th century.

Y/AS: Caimanoe isn't very aggressive, but it will snap if a Trainer or another Pokémon attacks it outside of battle.
Mova (Final Submission)
Naviathan, the Trireme Pokémon

X/OR: In the ancient days, the foghorn cry of the Naviathan often signaled the start of a major battle.

Y/AS: It is an honor to witness a Naviathan bowing its head and raising its oars. This majestic salute is reserved for the courageous and valiant.
Shelmet (Final Submission)
Crucibelle, the Mimic Pokémon

X/OR: They create their own ceramic shell by firing clay in areas with high geothermal activity.

Y/AS: The designs of a Crucibelle's pot reflect the society that it lived in, providing archaeologists with information about ancient civilizations.
Exclaimer (Final Submission)
Pluffle, the Pillow Pokémon

X/OR: While born naturally gentle, Pluffle gradually become more rowdy with age. At its peak, Pluffle will evolve and unleash a hidden, fighting spirit.

Y/AS: A Pluffle's pillow-like body is adored throughout the world. Sleeping on a Pluffle is known to reduce the stress of people and Pokémon.
Sunfished (Final Submission)
Kerfluffle, the Right Stuff Pokémon

X/OR: Kerfluffle can knock out a grown man in one punch - but it always carries the opponent to their bed to recover afterward.

Y/AS: Kerfluffle's stuffing is made of tightly woven muscle fibers that allow it to be as rigid or soft as the moment requires.
Deck Knight (Final Submission)
Dex EntriesWriter
Pajantom, the Big Dreams Pokémon

Sun: Pajantom dreams up simple traps to catch smaller Pokemon and make them be its friends. It then becomes confused when its new friends are scared.

Moon: Asleep or awake, with or without its spectre, Pajantom constantly acts and plays as though it has the form and thought of an innocent child.

Ultra Sun: It is common for people to mistake the draconic spectre this Pokemon sleeps on for the real Pajantom.

Ultra Moon: This Pokemon seems to be aware that its dreams affect reality. Whether Pajantom is aware of the existence of its spectre remains to be seen.
Granny Pie (Final Submission)
Mumbao, the Shrub Pokémon

Sun: Mumbao gain quite a bit of energy while exposed to sunlight. They often dispose of this extra energy in bouts of playful tackling and shoving.

Moon: The branches on a Mumbao's head hold the beginnings of a nutrient-rich sap. As they play, the sap sloshes around, creating a sound similar to maracas.

Ultra Sun: Mumbao gain extra energy when out in the sun, but often tire in the evenings as it sets. This regular daily rhythm makes them ideal for young or inexperienced trainers.

Ultra Moon: Mumbao are often employed in native Alolan healing rituals, in which chants are set to the maraca-like sound of sap sloshing in their branches.
Okamu (Final Submission)
Jumbao, the Giga Tree Pokémon

Sun: Jumbao use their sizable build to attack with sumo-like moves. They usually spar against each other but once in a while train with Hariyama.

Moon: The tighter the grip on its sash, the richer in vitality Jumbao is. When it perishes, the sash loosens away and flies into the wind.

Ultra Sun: From their arms, Jumbao pump out a sweet sap with enough force to dent a cruiser. It's apparently great for curing ailments, though.

Ultra Moon: Jumbao can live for over 1000 years, earning them the title as 'Beings of Life'. Many believe just being around one leaves one feeling revitalized.
Reiga (Final Submission)
Fawnifer, the Baby Deer Pokémon

Sun: Young Fawnifer form a powerful bond with their mothers, staying with them long after they stop being dependent on them for care.

Moon: Even though Fawnifer often put on a smug attitude, they are in fact very cowardly creatures. They are particularly scared of loud noises, like thunder.

Ultra Sun: When its horns feel charged with electricity, it is a sign that Fawnifer is almost ready to evolve.

Ultra Moon: Fawnifer's diet consists of grass and berries. Fawnifer stores the seeds from its meals and uses them as projectiles.
G-Luke (Final Submission)
Electrelk, the Volt Antler Pokémon

Sun: When cornered, it threatens foes by brandishing its antlers. If the situation looks dire, it lets out a blinding flash of light and escapes.

Moon: It practices its precision by firing lightning bolts into tree trunks. It often overexerts itself in order to impress others.

Ultra Sun: By stomping around, it discharges an abundance of bioenergy. Fields that it runs through become rich with plant life.

Ultra Moon: If its antlers become damaged in battle, its self-esteem takes a hit. It prizes its antlers above all else.
StephXPM (Final Submission)
Caribolt, the Railgun Pokémon

Sun: Rivals spar in the mating season by launching prismatic blasts from their antlers. These showy displays avoid unnecessary injury.

Moon: Its thunderous battle charge generates massive kinetic energy that electrifies its hooves and antlers.

Ultra Sun: Basking often during the summer, Caribolt slowly converts sunlight into electromagnetic power. Its antlers can store enough electricity to last through months of darkness in the winter.

Ultra Moon: Caribolt prance splendidly during snowy nights leading up to the winter solstice. The reason for this behavior is unknown.
Roland le preaux (Final Submission)
Smogecko, the Sizzling Pokémon

Sun: Smogecko has a knack of bumping into objects due to its natural clumsiness. These objects also tend to spontaneously burst into flames!

Moon: They are often found sticking out their tongues. They do this not only to help track food, but to also cool themselves down.

Ultra Sun: They gather in large groups to play in hot springs and sulphur baths. If one is not careful, an innocent Smogecko might lead a trainer to a nasty surprise.

Ultra Moon: Its saliva has been recorded to hit temperatures as high as lava. They don't seem to mind however, as they frequently lick each other.
G-Luke (Final Submission)
Smoguana, the Smoldering Pokémon

Sun: Smoguana's mood is as unpredictable as a volcano! If angered, it will rapidly change its colours and quite literally blow its top!

Moon: Its claws are razor-sharp and can be heated to extreme temperatures at will. Once heated, they can cut through rocks like butter.

Ultra Sun: If they feel threatened, Smoguana will expel massive volumes of toxic volcanic gases, then flee in the confusion.

Ultra Moon: The primary use of its vent is to control its body temperature. It often proves inefficient in stressful scenarios though, which leads to overheating.
G-Luke (Final Submission)
Smokomodo, the Pyroclastic Pokémon

Sun: Magma courses through its entire body. It emits smoke from its back to help regulate body temperature.

Moon: Beneath its stubborn facade is a clever and crafty Pokémon. Hiding within a cloud of smog, it adeptly uses its limbs and long tail to subdue prey.

Ultra Sun: It nests in caverns deep within active volcanoes. By using the vents on its back to propel itself, Smokomodo can quickly traverse the craggy terrain to seek out new territory.

Ultra Moon: The veins on its body change color based on its mood. Bright red is a sign of hostility, while a flickering yellow signals trust to its Trainer.
StephXPM (Final Submission)
Swirlpool, the Tide Pool Pokémon

Sun: It filters oxygen from the surrounding air by using the coral on its back. If damaged, it will seek refuge underwater until the coral has grown back.

Moon: It constantly fusses with the spiral organ on its head. It uses sticky mucus to help it maintain its shape.

Ultra Sun: A curious Pokemon that leaves behind sticky mucus trails as it explores. It can easily scale up vertical walls, but will leave a big mess in its wake.

Ultra Moon: Having a deceptively voracious appetite, it feeds upon caustic chemicals deemed too dangerous for humans and other Pokemon.
StephXPM (Final Submission)
Coribalis, the Coral Reef Pokémon

Sun: It is naturally immune to all sorts of toxins. It defends other Pokémon from the attacks of Mareanie and Tentacool.

Moon: Despite their elegance, they are very foul tempered. It is said that when a ship experience rough waters an angry Coribalis is to blame.

Ultra Sun: Coribalis have four sturdy tentacles that keep it anchored to the reef floor. It moves with a swaying motion in time with the tides.

Ultra Moon: Many dances have been inspired by the rhythmic clapping of its shells. Scientists have discovered that this behaviour is actually a warning.
MrDollSteak (Final Submission)
Snaelstrom, the Barrier Reef Pokémon

Sun: They carry entire ecosystems on their back. Even in death, their shells continue to provide shelter for all sorts of aquatic Pokémon.

Moon: Toxapex is its primary prey. Because of this, Corsola have formed a symbiotic relationship with Snaelstrom, maintaining its shell while also avoiding predation.

Ultra Sun: During tropical storms, it digs its feet into the ground. The currents warping its soft body have inspired all sorts of belly dances, though Snaelstrom itself is quite a clumsy dancer.

Ultra Moon: In order to help preserve their integrity, it will carefully rearrange coral reefs as it sees fit. If it becomes too focused, it may accidentally try to move smaller Pokémon around instead.
StephXPM (Final Submission)
Justyke, the Order Pokémon

Sun: Though commonly associated with stoic legal business, Justyke are surprisingly hot-headed. They'll swing their mallet-like bodies at anyone they judge, accurately or not, as evil.

Moon: It strikes its head against anything nearby to calm down tense situations. Many Alolan courtrooms have small wooden blocks built into the bench for Justyke to strike.

Ultra Sun: It swings its body with tremendous force which it uses to bring trials to order and punish evildoers. One famous music group even features a Justyke as percussionist.

Ultra Moon: Alolan ruins feature imagery of Justyke in scenes depicting ancient disputes. It was typically drawn off to the side, indicating it acted as an assistant rather than a judge.
Okamu (Final Submission)
Equilibra, the Balance Pokémon

Sun: Historical records of this Pokemon begin at the dawn of human civilization. It vanquishes those it deems unjust with divine rays of light.

Moon: It pries into the hearts of others with its true eye. Those who it considers righteous are spared from its wrath.

Ultra Sun: In some myths, it guarded the afterlife. It was said to only grant passage to those whose souls maintained balance against a single grain of sand.

Ultra Moon: A Pokemon that maintains order by any means necessary. All who oppose it are punished accordingly.
StephXPM (Final Submission)
Dex EntriesWriter
Solotl, the Shooting Star Pokémon

Sword: Legends say that Solotl first came to Galar after falling from space. They radiate intense heat.

Shield: Solotl are drawn to kindhearted Trainers and can spend a lifetime making sure that their dreams come true.
MrDollSteak (Final Submission)
Astrolotl, the Shooting Star Pokémon

Sword: Astrolotl illuminate the night sky with their flight. Groups of Astrolotl migrating across Galar are frequently mistaken for meteor showers.

Shield: It is a Galar custom to make a wish when Astrolotl are seen flying at night. The Pokemon may curiously descend if the wish is kind.
The Metric System (Final Submission)
Miasmite, the Gas Grub Pokémon

Sword: Miasmite's tail constantly leaks a powerful hallucinogen. Under its influence, Miasmite resembles the face of a fearsome dragon.

Shield: Its tail clamps down reactively on anything that touches its real head. It holds on tightly until its fumes take full effect in order to pacify the threat.
Pipotchi (Final Submission)
Miasmaw, the Gas Beetle Pokémon

Sword: Nerves in its false jaw allow it to act independently from the rest of its body. Scientists once believed Miasmaw's abdomen housed a second brain.

Shield: It developed a false set of jaws to deter predators that could withstand its noxious gas. The weight of its abdomen makes it difficult to fly, however.
Slapperfish (Final Submission)
Chromera, the Master Beast Pokémon

Sword: Its oily coat oozes colors across the entire spectrum. With a swipe from its tail, it paints the world around it as it pleases.

Shield: Toxic fumes overwhelm the air as it paints abstract patterns. A muse long sought after, those who come across Chromera are struck with inspiration.
StephXPM (Final Submission)
 

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CAP Process Schedule

This is the order of events for a standard, non-framework CAP process.

Things to be aware of:
  • The number of days each step is expected to take is not strict. These numbers were generated using the median number of days taken for each step for each non-framework CAP in Sun/Moon + Sword/Shield at this time of writing.
  • Depending on process circumstances, the order of events may change.


(Source code)

Order of events for V1:
  • TL & TLT Submissions
  • Topic Leader Poll(s)
  • Topic Leadership Team Poll(s)
  • Concept Submissions
  • Concept Poll(s)
  • Concept Assessment
  • Typing Discussion
  • Typing Poll(s)
  • Threats Discussion/Art Submissions
  • Primary Ability Discussion
  • Primary Ability Poll(s)
  • (Defining Moves Discussion)
  • (Stat Limits Discussion)
  • Stat Spread Submissions
  • Stat Spread Poll(s)
  • (Counters Discussion)
  • Secondary Ability Discussion
  • Secondary Ability Poll(s)
  • Moveset Discussion/Art Poll(s)
  • Moveset Submissions/Pre-Evo # Discussion/Sprite Submissions
  • Pre-Evo # Poll
  • Name Submissions
  • Movesets Poll(s)
  • Name Poll(s)
Order of events for V2:
  • Movepool Submissions/Playtest
  • Movepool Poll(s)
  • Sprite Poll(s)
  • Flavor Ability Discussion
  • Flavor Ability Poll(s)
  • Pokedex Submissions
  • Pokedex Poll(s)
Notes:
  • Two stages on the same line mean that they occur at the same time.
  • A stage in parentheses means it is optional.

StageDependenciesExplanation
Name submissionsPre-Evo #(source)
Flavor abilityMovepoolAvoids any potentially competitive interactions between moves and ability
Pokedex submissionFlavor abilityAt this point, we have full information about the CAP, so we can make the best judgment about its flavor.


In order to generate the above graph, we used the median start/end times for each CAP stage for every non-framework process in Sun/Moon and Sword/Shield. The script used to scrape this data can be found here.

CAP 23 - TL and TLT Nominations2017-07-182017-07-268 days
CAP 23 - Topic Leader Poll2017-07-272017-07-292 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Topic Leadership Team Poll2017-07-292017-07-312 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 1 - Concept Submissions2017-07-312017-08-077 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 1 - Concept Poll 12017-08-072017-08-081 day
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 1 - Concept Poll 22017-08-082017-08-091 day
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 1 - Concept Assessment2017-08-092017-08-156 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 2 - Typing Discussion2017-08-152017-08-227 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 2 - Typing Poll2017-08-222017-08-231 day
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 2 -Typing Poll 22017-08-232017-08-241 day
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 3 - Threats Discussion2017-08-242017-09-018 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 4 - Primary Ability Discussion2017-09-022017-09-086 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 4 - Primary Ability Poll 12017-09-082017-09-091 day
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 4 - Primary Ability Poll 22017-09-092017-09-101 day
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 5 - Stat Spread Submissions2017-09-132017-09-229 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 5 - Stat Spread Poll 12017-09-222017-09-231 day
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 5 - Stat Spread Poll 22017-09-232017-09-241 day
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 6 - Secondary Ability Discussion2017-09-242017-10-0713 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 6 - Secondary Ability Poll2017-10-072017-10-081 day
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Art Submissions2017-08-252017-10-1046 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 7 - Art Poll 12017-10-102017-10-122 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 7 - Art Poll 22017-10-122017-10-131 day
CAP 23 CAP23 - Part 7 - Art Poll 32017-10-132017-10-141 day
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 7 - Art Poll 42017-10-142017-10-151 day
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 9 - Name Submissions2017-10-162017-10-237 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Name Poll 12017-10-282017-10-291 day
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Name Poll 22017-10-292017-10-301 day
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Name Poll 32017-10-302017-11-012 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 8 - Moveset Discussion2017-10-142017-11-0219 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Full Movepool Submissions2017-11-032017-11-1714 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Movepool Poll 12017-11-172017-11-181 day
CAP 23 CAP23 - Movepool Poll 22017-11-192017-11-201 day
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 10 - Sprite Submissions2017-10-162017-11-2136 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 10 - Sprite Poll2017-11-242017-11-251 day
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 12 - Flavor Ability Discussion2017-11-222017-11-275 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Flavor Ability Poll 12017-11-272017-11-292 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 13 - Pokedex Submissions2017-12-022017-12-1816 days
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 13 - Pokedex Poll 12017-12-312018-01-011 day
CAP 23 CAP 23 - Part 13 - Pokedex Poll 22018-01-012018-01-021 day


CAP 24 CAP 24 - TL & TLT Nominations2018-01-302018-02-023 days
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Topic Leader Poll2018-02-042018-02-051 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Topic Leadership Team Poll2018-02-052018-02-061 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 1 - Concept Submissions2018-02-062018-02-159 days
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 1 - Concept Poll 12018-02-162018-02-171 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 1 - Concept Poll 22018-02-172018-02-181 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 1 - Concept Assessment2018-02-182018-02-257 days
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 2 - Typing Discussion2018-02-252018-03-069 days
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 2 - Typing Poll2018-03-072018-03-081 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 2 - Typing Poll 22018-03-082018-03-091 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 3 - Threats Discussion2018-03-092018-03-156 days
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 4 - Primary Ability Poll2018-03-212018-03-221 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 4 - Primary and Secondary Ability Discussion2018-03-152018-03-2510 days
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 5 - Secondary Ability Poll 12018-03-252018-03-261 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 6 - Counters Discussion2018-03-262018-03-304 days
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 7 - Base Stat Submissions2018-03-302018-04-1314 days
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 7 - Base Stat Poll 12018-04-142018-04-151 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 7 - Base Stat Poll 22018-04-152018-04-161 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Art Submissions2018-03-092018-04-1638 days
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 8 - Art Poll 12018-04-162018-04-182 days
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 8 - Art Poll 22018-04-182018-04-191 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 8 - Art Poll 32018-04-192018-04-201 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 9 - Moveset Discussion2018-04-162018-04-2711 days
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 9 - Moves Poll2018-04-272018-04-281 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 11 - Name Submissions2018-04-202018-04-299 days
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 11 - Name Poll 12018-04-292018-04-301 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 11 - Name Poll 22018-04-302018-05-011 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 11 - Name Poll 32018-05-012018-05-021 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 10 - Sprite Submissions2018-04-202018-05-0717 days
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 9 - Full Movepool Submissions2018-04-282018-05-0810 days
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 10 - Sprite Poll 12018-05-072018-05-081 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 9 - Movepool Poll 12018-05-082018-05-091 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 10 - Sprite Poll 22018-05-082018-05-091 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 9 - Movepool Poll 22018-05-092018-05-101 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 12 - Flavour Ability Discussion2018-05-102018-05-188 days
CAP 24 CaP 24 - Part 12 - Flavour Ability Poll 12018-05-182018-05-191 day
CAP 24 CaP 24 - Part 12 - Flavour Ability Poll 22018-05-192018-05-201 day
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 13 - Pokedex Submissions2018-05-102018-05-2212 days
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 13 - Pokedex Poll 12018-05-222018-05-242 days
CAP 24 CAP 24 - Part 13 - Pokedex Poll 22018-05-242018-05-251 day


CAP 26 - TL & TLT Nominations2019-02-102019-02-144 days
CAP 26 - Topic Leader Poll2019-02-152019-02-172 days
CAP 26 - Topic Leadership Team Poll2019-02-172019-02-203 days
CAP 26 - Part 1 - Concept Submissions2019-02-192019-02-278 days
CAP 26 - Part 1 - Concept Poll 12019-02-272019-02-281 day
CAP 26 - Part 1 - Concept Poll 22019-02-282019-03-011 day
CAP 26 - Part 1 - Concept Assessment2019-03-012019-03-1211 days
CAP 26 - Part 2 - Typing Discussion2019-03-122019-03-197 days
CAP 26 - Part 2 - Typing Poll 12019-03-192019-03-201 day
CAP 26 - Part 2 - Typing Poll 22019-03-202019-03-211 day
CAP 26 - Part 3 - Threats Discussion2019-03-212019-04-0313 days
CAP 26 - Part 4 - Primary Ability Discussion2019-04-032019-04-107 days
CAP 26 - Part 4 - Primary Ability Poll 12019-04-112019-04-121 day
CAP 26 - Part 5 - Stat Limits Discussion2019-04-122019-04-219 days
CAP 26 - Part 6 - Stat Spread Submissions2019-04-212019-05-0413 days
CAP 26 - Part 6 - Stat Spread Poll 12019-05-042019-05-051 day
CAP 26 - Part 6 - Stat Spread Poll 22019-05-052019-05-061 day
CAP 26 - Part 7 - Secondary Ability Discussion2019-05-062019-05-126 days
CAP 26 - Part 7 - Secondary Ability Poll 12019-05-122019-05-131 day
CAP 26 - Art Submissions2019-03-212019-05-1757 days
CAP 26 - Art Poll 12019-05-172019-05-192 days
CAP 26 - Art Poll 22019-05-192019-05-201 day
CAP 26 - Art Poll 32019-05-202019-05-211 day
CAP 26 - Art Poll 42019-05-212019-05-221 day
CAP 26 - Prevo Poll2019-05-222019-05-231 day
CAP 26 - Part 8 - Moveset Discussion2019-05-132019-05-2613 days
CAP 26 - Part 10 - Name Submissions2019-05-232019-06-0513 days
CAP 26 - Part 10 - Name Poll 12019-06-062019-06-071 day
CAP 26 - Part 10 - Name Poll 22019-06-072019-06-081 day
CAP 26 - Part 8 - Full Movepool Submissions2019-05-262019-06-0813 days
CAP 26 - Part 10 - Name Poll 32019-06-082019-06-091 day
CAP 26 - Part 8 - Movepool Poll 12019-06-082019-06-091 day
CAP 26 - Part 9 - Sprite Submissions2019-05-222019-06-1019 days
CAP 26 - Part 8 - Movepool Poll 22019-06-092019-06-101 day
CAP 26 - Part 9 - Sprite Poll2019-06-102019-06-111 day
CAP 26 - Part 11 - Flavor Ability Discussion2019-06-102019-06-166 days
CAP 26 - Part 13 - Shiny Palette Submissions2019-06-112019-06-176 days
CAP 26 - Part 11 - Flavor Ability Poll 12019-06-162019-06-171 day
CAP 26 - Part 13 - Shiny Palette Poll 12019-06-172019-06-181 day
CAP 26 - Part 13 - Shiny Palette Poll 22019-06-182019-06-191 day
CAP 26 - Part 12 - Pokedex Submissions2019-06-112019-06-2817 days
CAP 26 - Part 12 - Pokedex Poll2019-06-282019-06-291 day


CAP 27 - TL & TLT Nominations2020-02-012020-02-087 days
CAP 27 - Topic Leader Poll2020-02-082020-02-113 days
CAP 27 - Topic Leadership Team Poll2020-02-112020-02-121 day
CAP 27 - Part 1 - Concept Submissions2020-02-162020-02-2610 days
CAP27 - Part 1 - Concept Poll 12020-02-262020-02-271 day
CAP27 - Part 1 - Concept Poll 22020-02-272020-02-281 day
CAP 27 - Part 1 - Concept Assessment2020-02-282020-03-078 days
CAP 27 - Part 2 - Typing Discussion2020-03-072020-03-169 days
CAP 27 - Part 2 - Typing Poll 12020-03-162020-03-171 day
CAP 27 - Part 2 - Typing Poll 22020-03-172020-03-181 day
CAP 27 - Part 3 - Threats Discussion2020-03-192020-03-2910 days
CAP 27 - Part 4 - Primary Ability Discussion2020-03-292020-04-079 days
CAP 27 - Part 4 - Primary Ability Poll 12020-04-072020-04-081 day
CAP 27 - Part 4 - Primary Ability Poll 22020-04-082020-04-091 day
CAP 27 - Part 5 - Stat Limits Discussion2020-04-092020-04-156 days
CAP 27 - Part 6 - Stat Spread Submissions2020-04-152020-04-227 days
CAP 27 - Part 6 - Stat Spread Poll 12020-04-222020-04-231 day
CAP 27 - Part 6 - Stat Spread Poll 22020-04-232020-04-241 day
CAP 27 - Part 7 - Secondary Ability Discussion2020-04-242020-05-028 days
CAP27 - Part 7 - Secondary Ability Poll 12020-05-022020-05-031 day
CAP27 - Part 7 - Secondary Ability Poll 22020-05-032020-05-041 day
CAP27 - Art Submissions2020-03-192020-05-0648 days
CAP27 - Art Poll 12020-05-062020-05-082 days
CAP27 - Art Poll 22020-05-082020-05-091 day
CAP27 - Art Poll 32020-05-092020-05-101 day
CAP27 - Art Poll 42020-05-102020-05-111 day
CAP27 - Part 8 - Fire Lash Poll2020-05-102020-05-111 day
CAP 27 - Prevo Poll2020-05-112020-05-121 day
CAP 27 - Part 8 Moveset Discussion2020-05-042020-05-1915 days
CAP 27 - Part 8 - Defog Poll2020-05-192020-05-201 day
CAP 27 - Name Submissions2020-05-122020-05-2513 days
CAP 27 - Part 9 - Name Poll 12020-05-252020-05-261 day
CAP 27 - Part 9 - Name Poll 22020-05-262020-05-271 day
CAP 27 - Part 9 - Name Poll 32020-05-272020-05-281 day
CAP 27 - Part 9 - Sprite Submissions2020-05-122020-05-3018 days
CAP27 - Part 10 - Sprite Poll 12020-05-302020-05-311 day
CAP 27 - Part 10 - Sprite Poll 22020-05-312020-06-011 day
CAP27 - Part 8 - Full Movepool Submissions2020-05-202020-06-0213 days
CAP 27 - Part 8 - Movepool Poll 12020-06-022020-06-031 day
CAP 27 - Part 8 - Movepool Poll 22020-06-032020-06-041 day
CAP 27 - Part 11 - Shiny Palette Submissions2020-06-012020-06-054 days
CAP 27 - Part 11 - Shiny Palette Poll 12020-06-052020-06-061 day
CAP 27 - Part 13 - Flavor Ability Discussion2020-06-032020-06-063 days
CAP 27 - Part 13 - Flavor Ability 1 Poll 12020-06-062020-06-071 day
CAP 27 - Part 11 - Shiny Palette Poll 22020-06-062020-06-071 day
CAP 27 - Part 13 - Flavor Ability 1 Poll 1 [RERUN]2020-06-072020-06-081 day
CAP 27 - Part 13 - Flavor Ability 1 Poll 22020-06-082020-06-091 day
CAP 27 - Part 13 - Flavor Ability 2 Poll 12020-06-092020-06-101 day
CAP 27 - Part 13 - Flavor Ability 2 Poll 22020-06-102020-06-111 day
CAP 27 - Part 12 - Pokedex Submissions2020-06-022020-06-1210 days
CAP 27 - Part 12 - Pokedex Poll 12020-06-122020-06-131 day
CAP 27 - Part 12 - Pokedex Poll 22020-06-132020-06-141 day
CAP 27 - Part 12 - Pokedex Poll 32020-06-142020-06-151 day


CAP 28 - TL & TLT Nominations2020-07-262020-07-293 days
CAP 28 - Topic Leader Poll2020-07-302020-08-012 days
CAP 28 - Topic Leadership Team Poll2020-08-012020-08-021 day
CAP 28 - Part 1 - Concept Submissions2020-08-022020-08-086 days
CAP28 - Part 1 - Concept Poll 12020-08-082020-08-091 day
CAP28 - Part 1 - Concept Poll 22020-08-092020-08-112 days
CAP 28 - Part 1 - Concept Assessment2020-08-112020-08-176 days
CAP 28 - Part 2 - Typing Discussion2020-08-172020-08-247 days
CAP 28 - Part 2 - Typing Poll 12020-08-242020-08-251 day
CAP 28 - Part 2 - Typing Poll 22020-08-252020-08-261 day
CAP 28 - Part 3 - Threats Discussion2020-08-262020-08-315 days
CAP 28 - Part 4 - Primary Ability Discussion2020-08-312020-09-077 days
CAP 28 - Part 4 - Primary Ability Poll 12020-09-072020-09-081 day
CAP 28 - Part 5 - Stat Limits Discussion2020-09-082020-09-124 days
CAP 28 - Part 6 - Stat Spread Submissions2020-09-132020-09-185 days
CAP 28 - Part 6 - Stat Spread Poll 12020-09-182020-09-191 day
CAP 28 - Part 6 - Stat Spread Poll 22020-09-192020-09-201 day
CAP 28 - Part 7 - Secondary Ability Discussion2020-09-202020-09-255 days
CAP 28 - Part 7 - Secondary Ability Poll 12020-09-252020-09-261 day
CAP 28 - Part 7 - Secondary Ability Poll 22020-09-262020-09-271 day
CAP 28 - Art Submissions2020-08-262020-10-0136 days
CAP 28 - Art Poll 12020-10-012020-10-032 days
CAP 28 - Art Poll 22020-10-032020-10-041 day
CAP 28 - Art Poll 32020-10-042020-10-05 (bugged)1 day
CAP 28 - Art Poll 42020-10-052020-10-061 day
CAP 28 - Prevo # Discussion2020-10-062020-10-071 day
CAP 28 - Prevo # Poll2020-10-072020-10-081 day
CAP 28 - Part 8 - Dragon Hammer Poll2020-10-082020-10-091 day
CAP 28 - Part 9 - Sprite Submissions2020-10-062020-10-159 days
CAP 28 - Name Submissions2020-10-082020-10-157 days
CAP 28 - Name Poll 12020-10-152020-10-161 day
CAP 28 - Part 9 - Sprite Poll2020-10-152020-10-161 day
CAP 28 - Part 8 - Moveset Discussion2020-09-272020-10-1619 days
CAP 28 - Name Poll 22020-10-162020-10-171 day
CAP 28 - Name Poll 32020-10-172020-10-181 day
CAP 28 - Part 11 - Shiny Palette Submissions2020-10-162020-10-193 days
CAP 28 - Part 11 - Shiny Palette Poll 12020-10-192020-10-201 day
CAP 28 - Part 11 - Shiny Palette Poll 22020-10-202020-10-211 day
CAP 28 - Part 11 - Shiny Palette Poll 32020-10-212020-10-221 day
CAP 28 - Part 8 - Full Movepool Submissions2020-10-172020-11-0620 days
CAP 28 - Part 8 - Movepool Poll2020-11-062020-11-071 day
CAP 28 - Part 12 - Flavor Ability Discussion2020-11-072020-11-103 days
CAP 28 - Part 12 - Flavor Ability Poll 12020-11-102020-11-111 day
CAP 28 - Part 13 - Pokedex Submissions2020-11-112020-11-209 days
CAP 28 - Part 13 - Pokedex Poll 12020-11-202020-11-211 day
CAP 28 - Part 13 - Pokedex Poll 22020-11-212020-11-221 day
CAP 28 Part 13 - Pokedex Poll 32020-11-222020-11-231 day
CAP 28 Part 14 - Post Play Lookback2020-11-242020-12-1622 days
CAP 28 - Part 14 - Major Changes Poll2020-12-162020-12-171 day
CAP 28 - Part 14 - Minor Changes Poll2020-12-172020-12-181 day


CAP 29 - TL and TLT Applications2021-01-072021-01-114 days
CAP 29 - Topic Leader Poll2021-01-132021-01-141 day
CAP 29 Topic Leadership Team Poll2021-01-142021-01-151 day
CAP 29 - Part 1 - Concept Submissions2021-01-152021-01-205 days
CAP 29 - Concept Chat2021-01-162021-01-215 days
CAP 29 - Part 1 - Concept Poll 12021-01-212021-01-221 day
CAP 29 - Part 1 - Concept Poll 22021-01-222021-01-231 day
CAP 29 - Part 1 - Concept Assessment2021-01-232021-01-263 days
CAP 29 - Part 2 - Primary Ability Discussion2021-01-262021-02-027 days
CAP 29 - Part 2 - Primary Ability Poll 12021-02-022021-02-031 day
CAP 29 - Part 2 - Primary Ability Poll 22021-02-032021-02-041 day
CAP 29 - Part 3 - Concept Assessment 22021-02-042021-02-128 days
CAP 29 - Part 4 - Typing Discussion2021-02-132021-02-207 days
CAP 29 - Part 4 - Typing Poll 12021-02-202021-02-211 day
CAP 29 - Part 5 - Concept Assessment 32021-02-222021-02-231 day
CAP 29 - Part 6 - Defining Moves Poll2021-02-282021-03-011 day
CAP 29 - Part 6 - Defining Moves Discussion2021-02-232021-03-0510 days
CAP 29 - Part 7 - Threats Discussion2021-03-052021-03-138 days
CAP 29 - Part 8 - Stat Limits Discussion2021-03-132021-03-196 days
CAP 29 - Part 9 - Stat Spread Submissions2021-03-192021-03-278 days
CAP 29 - Part 9 - Stat Playtesting Discussion2021-03-282021-03-291 day
CAP 29 - Part 9 - Stat Spread Poll 12021-03-292021-03-301 day
CAP 29 - Part 9 - Stat Spread Poll 22021-03-302021-03-311 day
CAP 29 - Art Submissions2021-02-222021-04-0441 days
CAP 29 - Art Poll 12021-04-042021-04-062 days
CAP 29 - Art Poll 22021-04-062021-04-071 day
CAP 29 - Art Poll 32021-04-072021-04-081 day
CAP 29 - Art Poll 42021-04-082021-04-091 day
CAP 29 - Prevo # Discussion2021-04-092021-04-101 day
CAP 29 - Prevo # Poll2021-04-102021-04-111 day
CAP 29 - Name Submissions2021-04-112021-04-209 days
CAP 29 - Name Poll 12021-04-202021-04-211 day
CAP 29 - Name Poll 22021-04-212021-04-221 day
CAP 29 - Name Poll 32021-04-222021-04-231 day
CAP 29 - Part 10 - Moveset Discussion2021-03-312021-04-2525 days
CAP 29- Part 11 - Sprite Submissions2021-04-092021-04-2516 days
CAP 29 - Part 11 - Sprite Poll 12021-04-262021-04-271 day
CAP 29 - Part 14 - Shiny Palette Submissions2021-04-272021-05-1013 days
CAP 29 - Part 12 - Pokedex Submissions2021-04-232021-05-1017 days
CAP 29 - Part 14 - Shiny Palette Poll 12021-05-102021-05-111 day
CAP 29 - Part 12 - Pokedex Poll 12021-05-102021-05-122 days
CAP 29 - Part 14 - Shiny Palette Poll 22021-05-112021-05-121 day
CAP 29 - Part 12 - Pokedex Poll 22021-05-122021-05-131 day
CAP 29 - Part 14 - Shiny Palette Poll 32021-05-122021-05-131 day
CAP 29 - Part 12 - Pokedex Poll 32021-05-132021-05-141 day
CAP 29 - Part 13 - Full Movepool Submissions2021-04-252021-05-1419 days
CAP 29 - Part 13 - Movepool Poll 12021-05-142021-05-151 day
CAP 29 - Part 13 - Movepool Poll 22021-05-152021-05-161 day
CAP 29 - Part 15 - Post Play Lookback2021-05-162021-06-0318 days
CAP 29 Lookback Poll2021-06-032021-06-041 day


Summary:

ThreadDays TakenShortest Time OpenLongest Time OpenMedian
TL and TLT Nominations8 3 4 7 3 43 days8 days4 days
Concept Submissions7 9 8 10 6 55 days10 days7.5 days
Concept Assessment6 7 11 8 6 17*6 days11 days7 days
Typing Discussion7 9 7 9 7 77 days9 days7 days
Threats + Counters Discussion8 10 13 10 5 85 days13 days9 days
Primary Ability Discussion6 10* 7 9 7 76 days9 days7 days
Defining Moves Discussion0* 0* 0* 0* 0* 1010 days10 days10 days
Stat Limits + Stat Spread Submissions9 14 22 13 9 149 days22 days13.5 days
Secondary Ability Discussion13 0* 6 8 5 0*5 days13 days7 days
Moveset Discussion19 11 13 15 19 2511 days25 days17 days
Full Movepool Submissions14 10 13 13 20 1910 days20 days13.5 days
Flavor Ability Discussion5 8 6 3 3 0*3 days8 days5 days
Pokedex Submissions16 12 17 10 9 179 days17 days14 days

Starred numbers represent special circumstances and are excluded from calculations.
 
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