Pet Mod Generation X

No one of the Starter Movepools submissions included an exclusive move. Do we want them?

  • Make the submitters of the winning movepools suggest the exclusive moves (they won't be voted)

    Votes: 15 42.9%
  • Make a slate overlapped with the next one to decide them

    Votes: 15 42.9%
  • We don't need exclusive moves, not all starters had them

    Votes: 5 14.3%

  • Total voters
    35

DuoM2

Funky Kong for Smash
is a Pre-Contributor
48 hour warning! I may edit this post later with my subs but today has been busy so I haven't been able to do them just yet.
 
Base Species: Brazadan Sudowoodo
Typing: Ghost
Ability: Cursed Body / Weak Armor | Rattled
Base Stats: 70 / 110 / 85 (-30) / 30 / 95 (+30) / 30 (410 BST)
New Moves: Astonish, Shadow Punch, Poltergeist, Strength Sap, Night Shade, Grudge, Destiny Bond
Removed Moves: Rock Throw, Rock Slide, Stone Edge, Head Smash, Rock Blast, Meteor Beam, Stealth Rock
Flavour/Design: Sudowoodo went to Brazada to find some interesting trees to imitate, but most of the trees were gone. It's now doing its best to represent a dead tree, but it fits with how Sudowoodo is because it's still not a real tree. (Based on Amazon deforestation)
Potential Competitive Role: Okay Eviolite user that has enough attack to not be passive.

Base Species: Petriwoodo (petrified wood)
Typing: Ghost
Ability: Cursed Body / Weak Armor | Rattled
Base Stats: 70 / 130 / 65 / 60 / 65 / 110 (500 BST)
New Moves: Perish Song, Horn Leech, Forest's Curse
Flavour/Design: Resembling an old, dying tree, Petriwoodo is a vengeful Pokemon that curses those who harm the trees in its forest.
Potential Competitive Role: Fast physical Ghost is kind of niche. It gets some fun coverage moves like the elemental punches and Earthquake.
 

DuoM2

Funky Kong for Smash
is a Pre-Contributor
Voting has begun and will likely last 4 days! Here's a sub compilation...

Name: Levipilosa (Levitate + Pilosa (Order that anteaters and sloths belong to))
Counterpart(s): N/A
Typing:

Ability: Tree-Topper / Telepathy (HA)
Base Stats: 120 / 55 / 80 / 90 / 80 / 20 (BST: 445)
Notable Moves: Telekinesis, Gravity, Calm Mind, Slack Off, Psychic, Psyshock, Hypnosis, Shadow Ball, Thunder, Focus Blast, Rest, Sleep Talk, Thunderbolt, Charge Beam, Helping Hand, Trick Room, Yawn, Dark Pulse, Thunder Wave
New Features: Tree-Topper - When this Pokémon is on the field, all Pokémon on the field are under the effect , of Telekinesis. This can be overwritten by moves or items that cause Pokémon to be grounded
Flavor/Design: Based on a tree sloth. Levipilosas are extremely smart, but also extremely lazy. Thus, they use their power and laziness to achieve all of their day-to-day tasks, from levitating up to the tops of trees to eat leaves and telepathically floating away Pokemon that bother them, Levipilosas do anything they can to do as little as they can
Potential Competitive Role: If you didn't know, the Telekinesis effect is basically Levitate + No Guard, giving Levipilosa some very interesting qualities. It has the coveted 100% accurate sleep move in perfect accuracy Hypnosis and some good powerful low accuracy moves in Focus Blast and Thunder. This also gives Levipilosa an effective Ground-immunity without giving it a Stealth Rock weakness or vulnerability to Mold Breaker, which is very nice. Levipilosa does come with a lot of weaknesses, with Psychic not being that good of a defensive typing, its pretty weak 90 Special Attack, and its abysmal Speed that guarantees that it'll take a hit first, but it should still be an interesting Pokemon to use.
Name: Ampeck (Ampere + Peck)
Counterpart(s): N/A
Typing:

Ability: Big Pecks / Lightning Rod / Serene Grace (HA)
Base Stats: 60 / 45 / 70 / 75 / 65 / 40 (355 BST)
Notable Moves: Air Slash, Discharge, Defog, Roost, Thunderbolt, Rain Dance, U-Turn, Volt Switch, Heat Wave, Tailwind, Thunder Wave, Feather Dance, Dual Wingbeat, Rising Voltage, Taunt, Eerie Impulse, Parabolic Charge, Thunder, Hurricane
New Features: N/A
Flavor/Design: WIP (Based on a quetzal)
Potential Competitive Role: It has a pretty high Special Attack stat by LC standards, so that combined with very good bulk and a pretty good offensive typing can make it a pretty good tank

Name: Electzal (Electric + Quetzal)
Counterpart(s): N/A
Typing:

Ability: Big Pecks / Lightning Rod / Serene Grace (HA)
Base Stats: 80 / 50 / 125 / 105 / 95 / 50 (505 BST)
Notable Moves: Air Slash, Discharge, Defog, Roost, Thunderbolt, Rain Dance, U-Turn, Volt Switch, Heat Wave, Tailwind, Thunder Wave, Feather Dance, Dual Wingbeat, Rising Voltage, Taunt, Eerie Impulse, Parabolic Charge, Thunder, Hurricane
New Features: N/A
Flavor/Design: WIP (Based on a quetzal)
Potential Competitive Role: Electzal basically has all the best qualities of defensive Zapdos but replace Static with two great ability choices in Lightning Rod to give it another immunity or Serene Grace to get 60% paras with Discharge or 20% burns with Heat Wave.
Name: Napi (Nap + Capybara)
Counterpart(s): N/A
Typing:

Ability: Truant
Base Stats: 60 / 50 / 50 / 50 / 50 / 20 (280 BST)
Notable Moves: Adaptable Attack, Yawn, Entrainment, Super Fang, Body Press, Charm, Rest, Sleep Talk, Work Up
Name: Adaptable Attack
Type:

Base Points: 80
Power Points: 16
Category: Physical
Accuracy: 100%
Miscellaneous: N/A
Effect: If the user's Attack is higher, this move is physical and has a 20% chance to lower the target's Defense by 1. If the user's Special Attack is higher, the move is Special and has a 20% chance to lower the target's Special Defense by 1
Distribution: Napi line, Pidgey line, Beedrill, Pichu line, Nidoran-M line, Nidoran-F line, Igglybuff line, Meowth line, Drowzee line, Lickitung line, Kingdra, Eevee line, Porygon line, Azurill line, Girafarig, Stantler, Lotad line, Seedot line, Skitty line, Meditite line, Gulpin line, Spinda, Corphish line, Castform, Bidoof line, Burmy line, Lucario, Rotom, Regigigas, Pansage line, Pansear line, Panpour line, Pidove line, Audino, Braviary, Meloetta, Litleo line, Furfrou, Aegislash, Skrelp line, Helioptile line, Amaura line, Pikipek line, Silvally, Boltund, Sinistea line, Indeedee

Flavor/Design: Based on a capybara. While a trainer has to go pretty out of their way to find one, Napis are one of the most sought after pets in Brazdo due to their high level of cuteness, ease of caring for due to them not being very active, and they can even help their owner fall asleep. In the wild, they are basically always tired, but their cuteness can keep them from being eaten by predators most of the time.
Potential Competitive Role: It has Truant, moving on...

Name: Napikara (Nap + Capybara + Care)
Counterpart(s): Napiscara
Typing:

Ability: Sweet Dreams
Base Stats: 110 / 60 / 100 / 100 / 70 / 70 (510 BST)
Notable Moves: Adaptable Attack, Yawn, Entrainment, Super Fang, Body Press, Charm, Rest, Sleep Talk, Work Up, Moonblast, Dazzling Gleam, Calm Mind, Hypnosis, Psychic, Heal Pulse, Heal Bell
Name: Adaptable Attack
Type:

Base Points: 80
Power Points: 16
Category: Physical
Accuracy: 100%
Miscellaneous: N/A
Effect: If the user's Attack is higher, this move is physical and has a 20% chance to lower the target's Defense by 1. If the user's Special Attack is higher, the move is Special and has a 20% chance to lower the target's Special Defense by 1
Distribution: Napi line, Pidgey line, Beedrill, Pichu line, Nidoran-M line, Nidoran-F line, Igglybuff line, Meowth line, Drowzee line, Lickitung line, Kingdra, Eevee line, Porygon line, Azurill line, Girafarig, Stantler, Lotad line, Seedot line, Skitty line, Meditite line, Gulpin line, Spinda, Corphish line, Castform, Bidoof line, Burmy line, Lucario, Rotom, Regigigas, Pansage line, Pansear line, Panpour line, Pidove line, Audino, Braviary, Meloetta, Litleo line, Furfrou, Aegislash, Skrelp line, Helioptile line, Amaura line, Pikipek line, Silvally, Boltund, Sinistea line, Indeedee

Name: Sweet Dreams
Effect: If any Pokemon on the field is asleep at the end of the turn, including this Pokemon, this Pokemon gains 12.5% of its max HP. This effect is only applied once
Distribution: Napicara, Cresselia (HA)

Flavor/Design: WIP (Capybara that protects Napis and other sleeping Pokemon by constantly healing them and making sure they have a good night's sleep)
Potential Competitive Role: WIP (Calm Mind + RestTalk - The Pokemon)

Name: Napiscara (Nap + Capybara + Scary)
Counterpart(s): Napikara
Typing:

Ability: Bad Dreams
Base Stats: 70 / 100 / 100 / 60 / 70 / 110 (510 BST)
Notable Moves: Adaptable Attack, Yawn, Entrainment, Super Fang, Body Press, Charm, Rest, Sleep Talk, Work Up, Knock Off, Fire Fang, Ice Fang, Thunder Fang, U-Turn, Taunt, Torment, Swords Dance, Stomping Tantrum, Wake-Up Slap
Name: Adaptable Attack
Type:

Base Points: 80
Power Points: 16
Category: Physical
Accuracy: 100%
Miscellaneous: N/A
Effect: If the user's Attack is higher, this move is physical and has a 20% chance to lower the target's Defense by 1. If the user's Special Attack is higher, the move is Special and has a 20% chance to lower the target's Special Defense by 1
Distribution: Napi line, Pidgey line, Beedrill, Pichu line, Nidoran-M line, Nidoran-F line, Igglybuff line, Meowth line, Drowzee line, Lickitung line, Kingdra, Eevee line, Porygon line, Azurill line, Girafarig, Stantler, Lotad line, Seedot line, Skitty line, Meditite line, Gulpin line, Spinda, Corphish line, Castform, Bidoof line, Burmy line, Lucario, Rotom, Regigigas, Pansage line, Pansear line, Panpour line, Pidove line, Audino, Braviary, Meloetta, Litleo line, Furfrou, Aegislash, Skrelp line, Helioptile line, Amaura line, Pikipek line, Silvally, Boltund, Sinistea line, Indeedee

Flavor/Design: WIP (Capybara that torments competitors in the wild while they're sleeping in order to drive them away from their Napi offspring.)
Potential Competitive Role: WIP (Hit a Hypnosis, Swords Dance up while Bad Dreams breaks a Focus Sash, then sweep)

Napi evolves into Napikara when exposed to a Shiny Stone, and into Napiscara when exposed to a Dusk Stone
Name: Monscreech (monkey + screech)
Counterpart(s): N/A
Type: Normal
Ability: Rattled / Soundproof (HA)
Base Stats: 50 / 45 / 45 / 70 / 45 / 65 (BST: 320)

Flavor/Design: Monscreech is a small blue monkey with completely pitch-black eyes. Monscreech are born with very malformed eyeballs, so they have to rely on sound to make their way around the treetops of Brazdo. They make vocalizations to communicate with others of their species. They're still young, though, so they don't realize how loud they're actually being.

Monscreech evolves into Aloudent starting at Level 26.

Name: Aloudent (Alouatta, the genus that howler monkeys belong to, + dent)
Counterpart(s): N/A
Type: Normal/Psychic

Abilities: Punk Rock / Soundproof (HA)
Base Stats: 70 / 65 / 65 / 105 / 65 / 105 (BST: 485)
Notable Moves: Boomburst, Hyper Voice, Psychic, Psyshock, Focus Blast, Shadow Ball, Dark Pulse, Headsplitter
New Features: Headsplitter: 130 BP, Normal type, Special, Sound move, lowers user's Defense and Special Defense
Flavor/Design: Aloudent is a medium-size baby blue howler monkey with completely pitch-black eyes. The top of its head looks narrower than the lower part, almost as if someone squished it. Evolution caused Aloudent's malformed eyes to press into the sides of its skull, making it appear as if it has two dents on the sides of its skull. These dents give Aloudent nearly constant migraines, which in turn causes it to be constantly howling out in pain. Weirdly, though, Aloudent's howls actually sound quite melodic and soothing. One composer even sampled Aloudent's howling for a film soundtrack. The migraines also give Aloudent psychic powers, including the ability to see into the future. It's in so much pain, however, that its visions of the future are very blurry. It can see a bit better than its pre-evolution, but its eyesight is still pretty poor.
Origin: This line is based off of howler monkeys, one of the largest species of New World monkeys, which are native to the Amazon Rainforest. It also takes inspiration from 2D of Gorillaz. It's silly, I know, but I couldn't pass up the opportunity to make a reference to my favorite band.
Competitive: STAB Punk Rock boosted Boombursts coming from this thing hurt like a buttcheek on a stick. However, it's also frailer than a rotten piece of wood, it has to rely on Focus Miss to hit Steels, and its Speed tier makes it prone to getting revenge killed. UU at the absolute best.

Name: Peccarious (peccary + precarious)
Counterpart(s): N/A
Type: Ground/Grass
Abilities: Reckless / Vigilante / Grass Pelt (HA)
Base Stats: 80 / 135 / 94 / 50 / 86 / 40 (BST: 485)
Notable Moves: Earthquake, High Horsepower, Seed Bomb, Wood Hammer, Close Combat, Superpower, Double-Edge, Wild Charge, Zen Headbutt, Iron Head, Outrage, Stone Edge, Rock Slide, Head Smash, Terra Charge

New Features: Vigilante: Increases the power of Fighting-type moves used by this Pokémon by 50% (Fighting-type version of Steelworker)
Terra Charge: 120 BP, Ground type, Physical, contact move, does 1/3rd of damage dealt as recoil, 10% chance to lower target's Speed (Also learned by the Rhyhorn, Mudkip, Numel, Swinub, and Mudbray lines)
Flavor/Design: Peccarious is a small brown pig-like Pokémon that is covered in sharp, green bristles, similar to the needles of a pine tree. Its hooves and the sides of its snout are covered in mud, and it has a small scar over its right eye. Despite its small size, Peccarious is very adventurous and brave, and fancies itself as "the superhero of the jungle". They will charge headfirst into any situation that has the slightest hint of danger. More often than not, however, these attempts at saving the day only result in Peccarious getting injured. It's very optimistic, though; no matter how many times it gets beaten up, it never loses its courage and its love for saving people and Pokémon alike.
Origin: Peccarious is based on peccaries, which are these tiny animals that closely resemble pigs and they're so cute omg I want thirty of them. It is specifically based on the white-lipped peccary, which can be found in rainforests all over South America, including Brazil. They can be pretty aggressive, which influences part of their personality, but I also thought it would be really funny to see a tiny pig acting like Batman. Also I got the idea for the name at like 12AM and I'm super proud of it
Competitive: Peccarious is essentially the physical-attacker version of Drampa; a sky-high Attack stat and amazing coverage, but poor defenses and very, very low Speed. Peccarious's 4x weakness to one of the most common moves in the game (Ice Beam) doesn't help it either. Ground/Grass/Fighting STAB (thanks to Vigilante) is still pretty good, or you could run Reckless to fire off incredibly powerful Wood Hammers and Terra Charges. Still probably an NU mon at best.

Name: Joltik-Brazdo
Counterpart(s): Joltik-Unova
Type: Bug/Dark
Abilities: Birdeater / Unnerve / Swarm (HA)
Base Stats: 50 / 57 / 50 / 47 / 50 / 65 (BST: 319)
Moves: Joltik-Unova's moveset, -all Electric moves, +Throat Chop, Crunch, Knock Off, Dark Pulse, Night Slash, Taunt, Lash Out

New Features: Birdeater: The damage this Pokémon does if doubled if the opponent is a Flying-type.
Flavor/Design: Brazdian Joltik is similar to its Unovan counterpart, but its fur is now a light tan color, its eyes are bright red, and it is much, much larger. Joltik was introduced to Brazdo as part of an initiative to increase the amount of Bug-type Pokémon in the Brazdian forests. Unfortunately, Joltik quickly became the favorite food of the bird Pokémon in Brazdo, and it was thought that the introduction would be a failure. The few remaining Joltik quickly began to adapt, however. They began to specialize in hunting bird Pokémon themselves, and soon the tides were turned.

Brazdian Joltik evolves into Taranliath when it defeats ten Flying-type Pokemon in a row.

Name: Taranliath (tarantula + goliath)
Counterpart(s): Galvantula
Type: Bug/Dark

Abilities: Birdeater / Intimidate / Swarm (HA)
Base Stats: 70 / 127 / 60 / 47 / 60 / 128 (BST: 472)
Notable Moves: Joltik-Brazdo's moveset + First Impression, Rock Slide
New Features: Birdeater: The damage this Pokémon does if doubled if the opponent is a Flying-type.
Flavor/Design: Taranliath is a gigantic light brown spider Pokémon. Its eyes are a deep crimson and it has two small yet sharp fangs protruding from its mouth. Taranliath is the culmination of Brazdian Joltik's desire to take revenge on the bird Pokémon that nearly hunted its species to extinction. It lives in the treetops of Brazdo and hides in the nests of bird Pokémon, its light brown coloration matching perfectly with the sticks these nests are made out of. When the bird Pokémon returns to its nest, it makes it move, jumping out from the sticks and sinking its fangs into the bird Pokémon's chest. Taranliath's hatred of Flying-type Pokémon is so strong that if it is on the same team as a Flying-type Pokémon, it will completely ignore its opponents and try to attack its teammate instead.
Origin: This line is based on the Goliath bird-eating spider, a member of the tarantula family that is native to South American rainforests and is the largest spider in the world. Contrary to its name, the Goliath bird-eating spider only preys on birds occasionally, so I thought it would be fun to base this Pokémon on the question "What if this urban myth was true?".
Competitive: Taranliath has excellent Attack and Speed, two powerful STAB priority moves in First Impression and Sucker Punch, and access to Intimidate to improve its otherwise awful physical bulk. Birdeater seems like a great ability at first glance, but Taranliath is still weak to Flying, meaning that it's a double-edged sword at best. This combined with its bad special bulk and inability to hit Steel-types keeps it in UU at best.
GET STICK BUGGED LOL
Name: Stickler
Typing:

Ability: Tinted Lens / Grassy Cloak / Swarm
Base Stats: 35 / 50 / 70 / 30 / 30 / 60 (BST 245)
Notable Moves: U-Turn, Wood Hammer, Branch Poke, Bug Bite, Iron Defense, Camouflage, Grassy Glide, Swords Dance
New Features: Grassy Cloak is x1.25 Evasion in Grassy Terrain, kinda like Snow Cloak and Sand Veil, but obviously is gonna be banned. Foongus line also gets it.
Flavour/Design: It's basically reminiscent of a stick but with six legs and two antennae. There's also two spikes on its back, but they aren't sharp at all and seem to have no use as of current...

Name: Woodensect
Typing:

Ability: Tinted Lens / Grassy Cloak / Chlorophyll
Base Stats: 75 / 90 / 110 / 65 / 65 / 100 (BST 505)
Notable Moves: Same as Stickler, plus Dual Wingbeat
New Features: Grassy Cloak is x1.25 Evasion in Grassy Terrain, kinda like Snow Cloak and Sand Veil, but obviously is gonna be banned. Foongus line also gets it.
Flavour/Design: Now a bigger stick bug, the appendages on its back have each developed a leaf that can shroud its entire body. Of course, it still can't fly. The line's preferred habitat is in normal forests. Scientists are still to this day trying to figure out whether Woodensect was originally a Grass-type that imitated Bug-types like Lurantis and adopted the type or a Bug-type that merged with the foliage like Sewaddle.
Potential Competitive Role: Tinted Lens Wood Hammer is... honest to god scary.
Name: Carvanha-Brazdian
Egg Group: Water 2
Level Up:
1 Aqua Jet
1 Leer
4 Ember
8 Focus Energy
12 Flame Charge
16 Bite
20 Fire Fang
24 Thunder Fang
28 Screech
32 Crunch
36 Agility
40 Liquidation
44 Flare Blitz

Egg Moves:
Ice Fang (Sharpedo)
Poison Fang (Sharpedo)
Psychic Fangs (Sharpedo)
Destiny Bond (Qwilfish)
Thrash (Gyarados)
Flip Turn (Sharpedo)
Aqua Tail (Seaking)

TM List:
TM07 Hail
TM10 Hidden Power
TM11 Sunny Day
TM12 Taunt
TM13 Ice Beam
TM14 Blizzard
TM17 Protect
TM18 Rain Dance
TM21 Frustration
TM22 Solar Beam
TM27 Return
TM35 Flamethrower
TM38 Fire Blast
TM42 Facade
TM43 Flame Charge
TM44 Rest
TM45 Attract
TM50 Overheat
TM55 Scald
TM61 Will-O-Wisp
TM69 Zen Headbutt
TM78 Bulldoze
TM79 Retaliate
TM87 Swagger
TM88 Sleep Talk
TM90 Substitute
TM94 Surf
TM97 Dark Pulse
TM98 Waterfall
TM100 Confide

Tutor List:
Tutor Assurance
Tutor Bounce
Tutor Double-Edge
Tutor Heat Wave
Tutor Hydro Pump
Tutor Icy Wind
Tutor Snore
Tutor Water Pulse
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Name: Vampayrha
Level Up:
Evolve Drain Fang*
1 Drain Fang*
1 Jaw Lock
1 Aqua Jet
1 Leer
1 Ember
1 Focus Energy
12 Flame Charge
16 Bite
20 Fire Fang
24 Thunder Fang
28 Screech
34 Crunch
40 Agility
46 Liquidation
52 Flare Blitz

Egg Moves:
Ice Fang (Sharpedo)
Poison Fang (Sharpedo)
Psychic Fangs (Sharpedo)
Destiny Bond (Qwilfish)
Thrash (Gyarados)
Flip Turn (Sharpedo)
Aqua Tail (Seaking)

TM List:
TM07 Hail
TM10 Hidden Power
TM11 Sunny Day
TM12 Taunt
TM13 Ice Beam
TM14 Blizzard
TM15 Hyper Beam
TM17 Protect
TM18 Rain Dance
TM21 Frustration
TM22 Solar Beam
TM26 Earthquake
TM27 Return
TM28 Leech Life
TM35 Flamethrower
TM38 Fire Blast
TM39 Rock Tomb
TM42 Facade
TM43 Flame Charge
TM44 Rest
TM45 Attract
TM50 Overheat
TM55 Scald
TM61 Will-O-Wisp
TM68 Giga Impact
TM69 Zen Headbutt
TM78 Bulldoze
TM79 Retaliate
TM84 Poison Jab
TM87 Swagger
TM88 Sleep Talk
TM90 Substitute
TM94 Surf
TM97 Dark Pulse
TM98 Waterfall
TM100 Confide

Tutor List:
Tutor Assurance
Tutor Bounce
Tutor Double-Edge
Tutor Heat Wave
Tutor Hydro Pump
Tutor Icy Wind
Tutor Snore
Tutor Water Pulse

Name: Sasguari (sasquatch + mapinguari, Brazilian Bigfoot)
Typing:

Abilities: Tangling Hair / Stench / Unnerve (HA)
Base Stats: 100 / 101 / 123 / 68 / 78 / 60 (530)
Notable Moves: Darkest Lariat, Knock Off, Double-Edge, Slack Off, Zen Headbutt, Earthquake, Stone Edge, Superpower, Seed Bomb, Fire Punch, Thunder Punch, Ice Punch, Drain Punch, Body Press, Bulk Up, Memento
Height/Weight: 2 m / 100 kg
Flavour/Design: Sasquari is a large, bipedal creature like a sasquatch with the coloring of a gorilla, but with long and shaggy black hair. Sasguari's shyness and rarity has made it the focal point of many mysteries.
Competitive: Sasguari is a physically tanky attacker with moves like Knock Off, Slack Off, Body Press, and Bulk Up, along with many coverage moves.
Name: Yummee (yummy)
Typing:

Abilities: Sweet Veil / Weak Armor / Aroma Veil (HA)
Base Stats: 51 / 44 / 63 / 40 / 67 / 50 (315)
Height/Weight: 0.4 m / 5 kg
Flavour/Design: Yummee looks like a square of chocolate partially wrapped in hard foil, which also forms two stubby legs. Yummee can be found in the jungle, hiding in groups among flowers or under berry trees. It emits a pleasant, sweet odor that often attracts bug or bird Pokemon as well as people. When under attack, it pulls more foil over its chocolatey body to protect itself while trying to roll away. If that doesn't work, Yummee can launch pieces of its foil at attackers. Evolves into Chocaolee at level 33.

Name: Chocaolee (chocolatey + cacao)
Typing:

Abilities: Sweet Veil / Iron Fist / Aroma Veil (HA)
Base Stats: 77 / 79 / 108 / 54 / 112 / 65 (495)
Notable Moves: Play Rough, Iron Head, Meteor Mash, Aromatherapy, Recover, Autotomize, Bullet Punch, Metal Burst, Fire Punch, Thunder Punch, Ice Punch, Drain Punch, Encore, Bulk Up
Height/Weight: 0.8 m / 12 kg
Flavour/Design: Chocaolee is a larger square of chocolate that has grown strong foil arms, though its legs are still short and stubby. It still attracts Pokemon with its sweet smell, but it can now defend itself better with its arms, punching much harder than its size would suggest. Chocaolee can also be seen protecting groups of Yummee or other small Pokemon from predatory Pokemon.
Competitive: Chocaolee has solid bulk with a good defensive typing with reliable recovery and support options in Aromatherapy and Encore. Its base offenses are weak but it can likely find set up opportunities to use Bulk Up, and it has strong offensive moves in STAB Play Rough and Meteor Mash with priority Bullet Punch or punching coverage moves.
Name: Ocalittle
Typing: Normal/Ghost
Ability: Strong Jaw/Super Luck (Rattled)
Stat: 45/75/45/33/57/70 (325)
Notable Moves: Hyper Fang, Shadow Claw, Slash, Quick Attack, Shadow Sneak, Sword Dance, Ice Fang, Fire Fang, Thunderfang, Seed Bomb, U-Turn
Evolution: Oceleer at level 29
Breeding Group: Field/Amorphous
Flavor: This Ocelot's spots are ethereal ectoplasmic haunting things. The rest is a normal creature.

Name: Oceleer
Typing: Normal/Ghost
Ability: Strong Jaw/Super Luck (Rattled)
Stat: 75/105/75/53/87/110 (505)
Notable Moves: Much the Same
Breeding Group: Field/Amorphous
Flavor: This Ocelot's spots are ethereal ectoplasmic haunting things. The rest is a normal creature. It hunts from shadows.
Competitive: As a Ghost/Normal it will never be relegated to Untiered even if its stats aren't at Salamence levels. The Ghost/Fight immunity is humongous. Otherwise it hurt things hard but wishes it had Close Combat or just a fight type move to begin with.


Name: Ekans-B
Typing: Grass/Water
Ability: Intimidate/Shed Skin (Envenom)
Stat: Same as Ekans
Notable Moves: Same as Ekans minus Sludge Bomb, Haze, Sucker Punch, Stone Edge. Add Power Whip, Aqua Tail, Liquidation, Scald, Leech Seeds, Seed Bomb, Giga Drain, Surf, Waterfall
Breeding Group: Field/Dragon
Flavor: A Coral snake so coral it becomes like the water and so like the trees it blends within
Envenom: Poison Type Steelworker

Name: Arbok-B
Typing: Grass/Water
Ability: Intimidate/Shed Skin (Envenom)
Stat: Same as Arbok
Notable Moves: Much same as Arbok with same issues.
Breeding Group: Field/Dragon
Flavor: A Coral snake so coral it becomes like the water and so like the trees it blends within
Competitive: A Water/Grass with Intimidate and physical strike? Not shabby. But wait, this can evolve...

Name: Lorakens (backwards portmanteu of Coral and snake.
Typing: Grass/Water
Ability: Intimidate/Shed Skin (Envenom)
Stats: 90/115/84/74/89/90 (542)
Notable Moves: Like before but add Flip Turn, Sap Strength
Breeding Group: Field/Dragon
Flavor: A biggerest Coral snake so coral it becomes like the water and so like the trees it blends within
Competitive: 90/84/89 with Scald and Intimidate/Coil/Leech Seeds? Can you say annoying!? I can, let it do its annoying thing with Sap Strength too.
Base Species: Brazadan Sudowoodo
Typing: Ghost
Ability: Cursed Body / Weak Armor | Rattled
Base Stats: 70 / 110 / 85 (-30) / 30 / 95 (+30) / 30 (410 BST)
New Moves: Astonish, Shadow Punch, Poltergeist, Strength Sap, Night Shade, Grudge, Destiny Bond
Removed Moves: Rock Throw, Rock Slide, Stone Edge, Head Smash, Rock Blast, Meteor Beam, Stealth Rock
Flavour/Design: Sudowoodo went to Brazada to find some interesting trees to imitate, but most of the trees were gone. It's now doing its best to represent a dead tree, but it fits with how Sudowoodo is because it's still not a real tree. (Based on Amazon deforestation)
Potential Competitive Role: Okay Eviolite user that has enough attack to not be passive.

Base Species: Petriwoodo (petrified wood)
Typing: Ghost
Ability: Cursed Body / Weak Armor | Rattled
Base Stats: 70 / 130 / 65 / 60 / 65 / 110 (500 BST)
New Moves: Perish Song, Horn Leech, Forest's Curse
Flavour/Design: Resembling an old, dying tree, Petriwoodo is a vengeful Pokemon that curses those who harm the trees in its forest.
Potential Competitive Role: Fast physical Ghost is kind of niche. It gets some fun coverage moves like the elemental punches and Earthquake.
 
Yoshiblaze’s Levipilosa
Yoshiblaze’s Napi line
StarFalcon555’s Peccarious
KirbyRider1337’s Stickler and Woodensect
Emergence’s Sasguari
Emergence’s Yummee line
Ema Skye’s Brazdian Sudowoodo line
 
Yoshiblaze's Levipliosa
Yoshiblaze's Napi line
KirbyRider1337's Stickler line
StarFalcon555's Peccarious
StarFalcon555's Brazdan Joltik line
Dilasc's Ocelittle line
 
StarFalcon555's Peccarious
Yoshiblaze's Ampeck line
KirbyRider1337's Stickler line
StarFalcon555's Brazdian Joltik line
StarFalcon555's Monscreech line
Dilasc's Brazdian Ekans line
 

DuoM2

Funky Kong for Smash
is a Pre-Contributor
Alright, voting is over! There are two clear winners, plus an additional one I added to the two as a sort of tiebreaker. I think only two is a bit too few for this.

For the two with the most votes, we have StarFalcon555's Peccarious and KirbyRider1337's Stickler line...

Name: Peccarious (peccary + precarious)
Counterpart(s): N/A
Type: Ground/Grass
Abilities: Reckless / Vigilante / Grass Pelt (HA)
Base Stats: 80 / 135 / 94 / 50 / 86 / 40 (BST: 485)
Notable Moves: Earthquake, High Horsepower, Seed Bomb, Wood Hammer, Close Combat, Superpower, Double-Edge, Wild Charge, Zen Headbutt, Iron Head, Outrage, Stone Edge, Rock Slide, Head Smash, Terra Charge

New Features: Vigilante: Increases the power of Fighting-type moves used by this Pokémon by 50% (Fighting-type version of Steelworker)
Terra Charge: 120 BP, Ground type, Physical, contact move, does 1/3rd of damage dealt as recoil, 10% chance to lower target's Speed (Also learned by the Rhyhorn, Mudkip, Numel, Swinub, and Mudbray lines)
Flavor/Design: Peccarious is a small brown pig-like Pokémon that is covered in sharp, green bristles, similar to the needles of a pine tree. Its hooves and the sides of its snout are covered in mud, and it has a small scar over its right eye. Despite its small size, Peccarious is very adventurous and brave, and fancies itself as "the superhero of the jungle". They will charge headfirst into any situation that has the slightest hint of danger. More often than not, however, these attempts at saving the day only result in Peccarious getting injured. It's very optimistic, though; no matter how many times it gets beaten up, it never loses its courage and its love for saving people and Pokémon alike.
Origin: Peccarious is based on peccaries, which are these tiny animals that closely resemble pigs and they're so cute omg I want thirty of them. It is specifically based on the white-lipped peccary, which can be found in rainforests all over South America, including Brazil. They can be pretty aggressive, which influences part of their personality, but I also thought it would be really funny to see a tiny pig acting like Batman. Also I got the idea for the name at like 12AM and I'm super proud of it
Competitive: Peccarious is essentially the physical-attacker version of Drampa; a sky-high Attack stat and amazing coverage, but poor defenses and very, very low Speed. Peccarious's 4x weakness to one of the most common moves in the game (Ice Beam) doesn't help it either. Ground/Grass/Fighting STAB (thanks to Vigilante) is still pretty good, or you could run Reckless to fire off incredibly powerful Wood Hammers and Terra Charges. Still probably an NU mon at best.
GET STICK BUGGED LOL
Name
: Stickler
Typing:

Ability: Tinted Lens / Grassy Cloak / Swarm
Base Stats: 35 / 50 / 70 / 30 / 30 / 60 (BST 245)
Notable Moves: U-Turn, Wood Hammer, Branch Poke, Bug Bite, Iron Defense, Camouflage, Grassy Glide, Swords Dance
New Features: Grassy Cloak is x1.25 Evasion in Grassy Terrain, kinda like Snow Cloak and Sand Veil, but obviously is gonna be banned. Foongus line also gets it.
Flavour/Design: It's basically reminiscent of a stick but with six legs and two antennae. There's also two spikes on its back, but they aren't sharp at all and seem to have no use as of current...

Name: Woodensect
Typing:

Ability: Tinted Lens / Grassy Cloak / Chlorophyll
Base Stats: 75 / 90 / 110 / 65 / 65 / 100 (BST 505)
Notable Moves: Same as Stickler, plus Dual Wingbeat
New Features: Grassy Cloak is x1.25 Evasion in Grassy Terrain, kinda like Snow Cloak and Sand Veil, but obviously is gonna be banned. Foongus line also gets it.
Flavour/Design: Now a bigger stick bug, the appendages on its back have each developed a leaf that can shroud its entire body. Of course, it still can't fly. The line's preferred habitat is in normal forests. Scientists are still to this day trying to figure out whether Woodensect was originally a Grass-type that imitated Bug-types like Lurantis and adopted the type or a Bug-type that merged with the foliage like Sewaddle.
Potential Competitive Role: Tinted Lens Wood Hammer is... honest to god scary.
As for the last, I chose between the three that would come in second place in votes, and from those I chose Yoshiblaze's Levipilosa...
Name: Levipilosa (Levitate + Pilosa (Order that anteaters and sloths belong to))
Counterpart(s): N/A
Typing:

Ability: Tree-Topper / Telepathy (HA)
Base Stats: 120 / 55 / 80 / 90 / 80 / 20 (BST: 445)
Notable Moves: Telekinesis, Gravity, Calm Mind, Slack Off, Psychic, Psyshock, Hypnosis, Shadow Ball, Thunder, Focus Blast, Rest, Sleep Talk, Thunderbolt, Charge Beam, Helping Hand, Trick Room, Yawn, Dark Pulse, Thunder Wave
New Features: Tree-Topper - When this Pokémon is on the field, all Pokémon on the field are under the effect , of Telekinesis. This can be overwritten by moves or items that cause Pokémon to be grounded
Flavor/Design: Based on a tree sloth. Levipilosas are extremely smart, but also extremely lazy. Thus, they use their power and laziness to achieve all of their day-to-day tasks, from levitating up to the tops of trees to eat leaves and telepathically floating away Pokemon that bother them, Levipilosas do anything they can to do as little as they can
Potential Competitive Role: If you didn't know, the Telekinesis effect is basically Levitate + No Guard, giving Levipilosa some very interesting qualities. It has the coveted 100% accurate sleep move in perfect accuracy Hypnosis and some good powerful low accuracy moves in Focus Blast and Thunder. This also gives Levipilosa an effective Ground-immunity without giving it a Stealth Rock weakness or vulnerability to Mold Breaker, which is very nice. Levipilosa does come with a lot of weaknesses, with Psychic not being that good of a defensive typing, its pretty weak 90 Special Attack, and its abysmal Speed that guarantees that it'll take a hit first, but it should still be an interesting Pokemon to use.

As for the next slate...

Mystic Pokemon!
:baltoy: :yamask: :natu:
This slate is for the mysterious Pokemon of a region meant to fit ruins or some other bizarre landmark. Typical types I would expect to fit this would be things like Ghost, Psychic, or Fairy, but with enough thematic reasoning, I'm sure you could fit just about any type of Pokemon into a place like this. Submission phase has begun and will likely last until the 14th, with a 48 hour warning coming up on the 12th. See you then!

Also, on an unrelated note - make sure your subs meet the minmaxing rule stated under BST limits in the first post of this thread. I forgot to check over everything this time around until it was too late and voting had already started, but I will likely watch more closely this time around.
 
Name: Cucaling (cuca + -ling)
Counterpart: Saciança
Typing:

Abilities: Cursed Body / Unnerve / Magic Guard (HA)
Base Stats: 40 / 30 / 40 / 70 / 50 / 50 (280)
Height/Weight: 0.4 m / 7 kg
Flavour/Design: This line is female only. Cuca are bipedal, tail-less, alligator-like witches in Brazilian folklore, where they are said to kidnap disobedient children. Cucaling is more like a lizard, quadrupedal and wearing a torn ghostly robe on its scaly grey body. Evolves into Cucaxa at level 25.

Name: Cucaxa (cuca + bruxa, Portuguese for witch)
Counterpart: Saciada
Typing:

Abilities: Cursed Body / Unnerve / Magic Guard (HA)
Base Stats: 55 / 45 / 55 / 95 / 80 / 70 (400)
Height/Weight: 0.8 m / 20 kg
Flavour/Design: Cucaxa resembles a bipedal basilisk lizard with a crest shaped like a backwards sickle. It wears a translucent ghostly robe that shows just its head, hands, and feet. Evolves into Cucarator with a Dusk Stone.

Name: Cucarator (cuca + alligator)
Counterpart: Saciceiro
Typing:

Abilities: Cursed Body / Unnerve / Magic Guard (HA)
Base Stats: 80 / 60 / 75 / 120 / 100 / 85 (520)
Notable Moves: Shadow Ball, Psychic, Psyshock, Dark Pulse, Recover, Hex, Will-O-Wisp, Toxic, Thunder Wave, Grudge, Destiny Bond, Focus Blast, Mystical Fire, Thunderbolt, Calm Mind, Nasty Plot, Trick, Defog, Wish
Height/Weight: 1.5 m / 48 kg
Flavour/Design: Cucarator has a human-like body with an alligator's head, wearing a similar robe to its prevos. It has a sadistic nature and often giggles while tormenting people and Pokemon with its psychic powers. Cucarator's incantations are sometimes interrupted by nearby Saciceiro, who enjoy upsetting them.
Competitive: Cucarator is a Nasty Plot set up sweeper and status spreader, having wide offensive and utility movepools. Magic Guard lets it function as a status absorber while making it more difficult to wear down.
Name: Saciança (saci + criança, Portuguese for child)
Counterpart: Cucaling
Typing:

Abilities: Prankster / Pickpocket / Unburden (HA)
Base Stats: 40 / 55 / 35 / 45 / 35 / 70 (280)
Height/Weight: 0.4 m / 6 kg
Flavour/Design: This line is male only. Saci are Brazilian trickster spirits that resemble human children with brown skin, a red hat, and one leg. Saciança hops around on what looks like a wooden peg leg, and it has a few small tufts of red hair on its head. Evolves into Saciada at level 25.

Name: Saciada (saci + piada, Portuguese for joke)
Counterpart: Cucaxa
Typing:

Abilities: Prankster / Pickpocket / Unburden (HA)
Base Stats: 50 / 80 / 50 / 70 / 50 / 100 (400)
Height/Weight: 0.8 m / 18 kg
Flavour/Design: Saciada stands taller and skinnier than its prevo, looking like a delinquent teen with long red hair. It enjoys pulling pranks on people and other Pokemon, from misplacing their belongings to putting peppers in their food. Evolves into Saciceiro with a Shiny Stone.

Name: Saciceiro (saci + trapaceiro, Portuguese for trickster)
Counterpart: Cucarator
Typing:

Abilities: Prankster / Pickpocket / Unburden (HA)
Base Stats: 65 / 100 / 70 / 90 / 70 / 125 (520)
Notable Moves: Play Rough, Poltergeist, Moonblast, Shadow Ball, Hurricane, Switcheroo, Will-O-Wisp, Grudge, Destiny Bond, Wish, Whirlwind, Shadow Sneak, Dark Pulse, Gunk Shot, Sludge Bomb, Psychic, Psycho Cut, Thunder Wave, Toxic, Defog, Spikes
Height/Weight: 1.5 m / 40 kg
Flavour/Design: Saciceiro is muscular like a grown man, still on one leg, often standing with its arms crossed like a genie. It enjoys using gusts of wind for its pranks, like blowing people's hats off their heads or homework away from school kids. Its red hair is long and flowy, and it often holds a ghostly stick in its teeth to look more intimidating. Saciceiro are especially known for targeting individuals who are attemping to concentrate on something, like people doing homework or Cucarator trying to cast hexes on people.
Competitive: High speed and Prankster combined with its utility movepool make Saciceiro a solid team supporter with options like Switcheroo, Wish, Destiny Bond, Defog, and Spikes. STAB Play Rough and Poltergeist prevent it from being too passive.
 
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Base Species: Elgyem
Typing:
Psybeam - Psychic-type
,
Energy Ball - Grass-type

Ability: Drizzle, Weak Armor, Regenerator
Base Stats: 90/30/80/40/70/25 (335)
New Moves: Giga Drain, Leaf Storm, Grass Knot, Synthesis
Removed Moves: Dark Pulse, Nasty Plot, Destiny Bond, Steel Wing
Flavour/Design: Found wandering the ancient temples of Brazdo, this pokemon seems to be most common in the fall, and places they have recently visited seem to have strangely successful harvests.
Potential Competitive Role: He is baby.
Name: Corvestia
Prevo: Brazdonian Elgyem
Typing:
Psybeam - Psychic-type
,
Energy Ball - Grass-type

Abilities: Drizzle, Weak Armor, Regenerator
Base Stats: 110/60/90/80/90/45 (485)
New Moves: (From Brazdonian Elgyem) Sacred Harvest
New Features: Sacred Harvest: Special, 80 BP, 15 pp, Deals either grass or psychic damage, depending on which would do more damage, and recovers 1/4 of the damage done.
Flavour/Design: These pokemon seem to despise Mictue, though they almost always take their fights to another dimension, so little is known about their relationship.
Potential Competitive Role: Bulky grass type with recovery, and less susceptible to toxic.
Base Species: Baltoy
Typing:
Hex - Ghost-type
,
Psybeam - Psychic-type

Ability: Underworld's Traveler
Base Stats: 40/20/60/80/40/60 (300)
New Moves: Dark Pulse, Destiny Bond, WoW
Removed Moves: Earthquake, Dazzling Gleam, Solar Beam,
Flavour/Design: Seen occasionally at scenes of human sacrifice, these pokemon are believed to be the spirits of those who were enslaved and forced to be enslaved.
Potential Competitive Role: He is also baby.
Name: Mictue
Prevo: Bradzonian Baltoy
Typing:
Hex - Ghost-type
,
Psybeam - Psychic-type

Abilities: Underworld's Traveler
Base Stats: 60/70/65/120/80/105 (500)
New Moves: (From Bradozian Baltoy) Chilling Shadows, Icicle Crash, Blizzard
New Features: Chilling Shadows: Special, 90 BP, 5 pp, deals either Ice or Ghost damage, which ever will do more damage, and has a 10% to lower the opponent's special defense.
Underworld's Traveler: This pokemon adds the ghost type to pokemon that are hit by ice moves, and gets the STAB effect on Ice moves.
Flavour/Design: These pokemon seem to be jealous of Corvestias unlimited life energy, and will drag them to their own realm, where what they do next is unknown.
Potential Competitive Role: Who evolves from Baltoy and is pretty much a worse version of Calyrex-Shadow? This guy!
 
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Level-Up
1 - Tackle
1 - Growl
5 - Mud-Slap
10 - Defense Curl
15 - Razor Leaf
20 - Magnitude
25 - Revenge
30 - Assurance
35 - High Horsepower
40 - Seed Bomb
45 - Double-Edge
50 - Earthquake
55 - Wood Hammer
60 - Terra Charge
65 - Close Combat

Eggs Moves
Egg Group: Field
Wild Charge (Zebstrika)
Heavy Slam (Copperajah)
Odor Sleuth (Stoutland)
Body Slam (Tauros)
Head Smash (Emboar)
Thrash (Lycanroc)

TMs
01 - Work Up
05 - Roar
08 - Bulk Up
10 - Hidden Power
11 - Sunny Day
15 - Hyper Beam
21 - Frustration
22 - Solar Beam
23 - Smack Down
26 - Earthquake
27 - Return
31 - Brick Break
32 - Double Team
37 - Sandstorm
39 - Rock Tomb
40 - Aerial Ace
42 - Facade
44 - Rest
47 - Low Sweep
52 - Focus Blast
53 - Energy Ball
69 - Rock Polish
71 - Stone Edge
78 - Bulldoze
80 - Rock Slide
86 - Grass Knot
87 - Swagger
88 - Sleep Talk
93 - Wild Charge

Tutor Moves
Iron Tail
Giga Drain
Bounce
Iron Head
Zen Headbutt
Seed Bomb
Drill Run
Outrage
Stomping Tantrum
Earth Power
Superpower
Name: Apocalendar (apocalypse + calendar)
Type: Psychic/Rock
Abilities: Premonition / Synchronize (HA)
Base Stats: 55 / 30 / 125 / 90 / 125 / 50 (BST: 475)
Notable Moves: Future Sight, Doom Desire, Psychic, Psyshock, Power Gem, Earth Power, Stealth Rock, Spikes, Toxic Spikes, Safeguard, Toxic, Body Press, Trick Room, Recover, Psycho Shield
New Features: Premonition: The power of Future Sight and Doom Desire is increased by x0.25, but they now take three turns to hit instead of two
Psycho Shield: Psychic type, Status, +5 priority, protects user from damage, reduces opponent's Special Defense by 2 stages if the opponent makes contact while this move is active (Also learned by Solrock, Lunatone, the Abra line, the Solosis line, and the Hatenna line)

Flavor/Design: Apocalendar is a large slab of rock with several hieroglyphs etched onto it. These hieroglyphs show the faces of Pikachu, Eevee, and the Kanto starters screaming out in fear. It also has two stubby hands attached to its upper corners. Historians believe that Apocalendar was created over 500 years ago by an ancient tribe that once lived in the Brazdo region. It is theorized that these Pokémon were once normal stone slabs that were enchanted with psychic power in a ritual that would allow the chieftain of this tribe to see where his tribe would be in the weeks, months and years to come. However, the tribe disappeared without a trace soon after the ritual was completed, leaving only the magnificent ruins of their city behind. Apocalendar still lurk within the ruins of this city, where they drive away any trespassers by planting vivid hallucinations of global destruction within their heads.
Origin: This mon is based off of the Maya calendar and the old belief that this calendar predicted the apocalypse (remember that? Ah, the good old days). Nothing more to say here, really.
Competitive: Apocalendar's gimmick is that it is the ultimate Future Sight/Doom Desire user. You set it up, wait a couple turns, use Psycho Shield in hopes of proccing a -2 Special Defense drop, then boom. It can also be a really annoying wall with hazards, Toxic, and Recover, a good Body Press user, or even a Trick Room setter. Its multitude of weaknesses and low HP keep it in RU at best.
Name: Burlimp (burlap + imp)
Type: Ghost
Abilities: Pickup / Pickpocket / Frisk (HA)
Base Stats: 35 / 55 / 35 / 55 / 35 / 40 (BST: 255)
Flavor/Design: Burlimp is a small dark purple imp-like creature with bright yellow eyes, a long nose, and large ears. It carries a small burlap sack with it at all times. It loves shiny things and valuables and puts any money it finds in its sack. The sack is rumored to be a portal that leads straight to the underworld.

Burlimp evolves into Goblysack starting at Level 24.

Name: Goblysack (goblin + gunny sack, another name for a burlap sack)
Type:
Ghost
Abilities: Pickup / Pickpocket / Frisk (HA)
Base Stats: 65 / 80 / 55 / 80 / 55 / 55 (BST: 385)

Flavor/Design: Goblysack is a medium-sized, very thin (almost skeletal-looking) dark purple goblin-like creature with an even longer nose and even larger ears. It still has its burlap sack, and it now carries it over its shoulder. It has become even more mischievous, and steals things to put in its sack just to laugh at the misfortune of its victims. It will even steal Poke Balls and Potions from its own Trainer!

Goblysack evolves into Storgre when it is exposed to a Moon Stone.

Name: Storgre (storage + ogre)
Type: Ghost/Dark

Abilities: Unburden / Pickpocket / Frisk (HA)
Base Stats: 85 / 110 / 70 / 110 / 70 / 60 (BST: 505)
Notable Moves: Shadow Ball, Dark Pulse, Poltergeist, Throat Chop, Foul Play, Swords Dance, Nasty Plot, Drain Punch, Superpower, Fire Punch, Ice Punch, ThunderPunch, Psychic, Psyshock, Zen Headbutt, Power Whip, Energy Ball, Outrage
Flavor/Design: Storgre is a large ogre-like creature that kind of looks like an old, fat, bald human man. Its skin is dark purple, it has a freakishly long nose and freakishly large ears, and it has two large tusks protruding from the edges of its lips. It now wears its burlap bag like an extremely oversized T-shirt. The burlap bag has small holes in it that resemble pockets. Storgre is known as the "reaper of Brazdo". It stalks the streets of Brazdan neighborhoods, using its tusks to sense if someone is close to death. If it finds a dying person or Pokémon, it will pull their soul out of their body, then shove it into its "pockets", transporting the soul directly to the underworld. People see Storgre as a bad omen and even make up stories that it takes away living things too, particularly children. Storgre is actually very kind and sensitive, though, and only takes the souls of people and Pokémon that it feels have lived long and fulfilling lives. Storgre also has an affinity for small, seemingly useless trinkets, such as bottle caps, ticket stubs, and old receipts. It collects these small trinkets and stores them inside its "pockets". There are rumors of alternate dimensions filled solely with the collections of trinkets that Storgre has amassed. The burlap sack that it wears has regenerative properties; if a piece is torn off, the sack will repair itself. Storgre will tear off pieces of the sack themselves, then fashion them into new, smaller sacks. They will then give these sacks to their Burlimp offspring when they hatch.
Origin: So I was looking up Brazilian folktales to see if there was something I could take inspiration from, and I came across this figure called "Homem do Saco", which literally translates to "Sack Man". This figure is described as a middle-aged vagrant who visits houses looking for children who have been naughty. If the Sack Man finds a naughty child, he will stuff them in his sack and carry them away, never to be seen again. This idea is honestly perfect for a Pokémon, so I just ran with it.
Competitive: Storgre boasts the amazing Ghost/Dark typing, a fantastic ability in Unburden, great mixed attacking stats, and solid coverage on both sides of the spectrum. However, it still has a few flaws. It has no coverage to take care of its sole weakness in Fairy. Its base Speed is still fairly low- in fact, it has the lowest base Speed of all fully evolved Unburden users. This means that faster threats can still outspeed it, and its lack of priority doesn't help that either. Having Unburden also means that it's practically locked in to only being used on Terrain teams. It's still an excellent mon on Terrain teams, though, and its positive far outweigh its negatives. UUBL at the absolute minimum.
 
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Level-Up
1 - Scratch
1 - Leer
4 - Confusion
8 - Yawn
12 - Telekinesis
16 - Disable
20 - Psybeam
24 - Swift
28 - Hypnosis
32 - Gravity
36 - Extrasensory
40 - Slack Off
44 - Amnesia
48 - Rest
48 - Snore
52 - Future Sight
56 - Heal Pulse

Egg
Group: Field
Ally Switch (Cinderace)
Charge Beam (Lopunny)
Chip Away (Slakoth)
Endeavor (Rillaboom)
Hone Claws (Slakoth)
Sucker Punch (Slakoth)

TM
03 - Psyshock
04 - Calm Mind
10 - Hidden Power
16 - Light Screen
17 - Protect
18 - Rain Dance
20 - Safeguard
21 - Frustration
23 - Smack Down
24 - Thunderbolt
25 - Thunder
27 - Return
29 - Psychic
30 - Shadow Ball
33 - Reflect
34 - Shock Wave
41 - Helping Hand
42 - Facade
44 - Rest
45 - Attract
46 - Thief
48 - Skill Swap
52 - Focus Blast
65 - Shadow Claw
69 - Zen Headbutt
70 - Flash
73 - Thunder Wave
83 - Natural Gift
86 - Grass Knot
87 - Swagger
88 - Sleep Talk
90 - Substitute
92 - Trick Room
96 - Nature Power
97 - Dark Pulse
100 - Confide

Tutor
Fire Punch
Gravity
Ice Punch
Imprison
Knock Off
Magic Coat
Snore
Trick
Thunder Punch
Name: Basilwisp (Basilisk + Will-O-Wisp)
Counterpart(s): N/A
Typing:

Ability: Run Away / Quick Feet (HA)
Base Stats: 50 / 30 / 35 / 60 / 45 / 70 (290 BST)
Notable Moves: Shadow Ball, Hex, Will-O-Wisp, Water Pulse, Mystical Fire, Dragon Pulse, Draco Meteor, Dragon Dance, Hyper Voice, Foresight, Calm Mind, U-Turn, Magnet Rise, Shadow Sneak
New Features: N/A
Flavour/Design: WIP (A basilisk that can run on souls in midair)
Potential Competitive Role: fast, but not really even that fast by LC standards.

Name: Plasmilisk (Plasma + Basilisk)
Counterpart(s): N/A
Typing:

Ability: Soul Strider / Quick Feet (HA)
Base Stats: 80 / 60 / 55 / 105 / 75 / 125 (500 BST)
Notable Moves: Shadow Ball, Hex, Will-O-Wisp, Water Pulse, Mystical Fire, Dragon Pulse, Draco Meteor, Dragon Dance, Hyper Voice, Foresight, Calm Mind, U-Turn, Flamethrower, Fire Blast, Shadow Sneak, Dragon Tail, Night Shade, Taunt, Power Gem
New Features: Soul Strider - This Pokémon is immune to Ghost-type moves. If hit by one, instead of taking damage, this Pokémon's Speed goes up by 1 stage.
Flavour/Design: WIP (A basilisk that can run on souls in midair)
Potential Competitive Role: Ghostbusting Ghost-type with a great STAB combo and good enough Special Attack and Speed to sweep after a Calm Mind or two. Kinda like a toed down Dragapult but with a few interesting wrinkles like Taunt, Calm Mind, Mystical Fire, and Power Gem.
 
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DuoM2

Funky Kong for Smash
is a Pre-Contributor
Was asleep when the 48 hour warning ended whoops. Voting has begun!

Name: Cucaling (cuca + -ling)
Counterpart: Saciança
Typing:

Abilities: Cursed Body / Unnerve / Magic Guard (HA)
Base Stats: 40 / 30 / 40 / 70 / 50 / 50 (280)
Height/Weight: 0.4 m / 7 kg
Flavour/Design: This line is female only. Cuca are bipedal, tail-less, alligator-like witches in Brazilian folklore, where they are said to kidnap disobedient children. Cucaling is more like a lizard, quadrupedal and wearing a torn ghostly robe on its scaly grey body. Evolves into Cucaxa at level 25.

Name: Cucaxa (cuca + bruxa, Portuguese for witch)
Counterpart: Saciada
Typing:

Abilities: Cursed Body / Unnerve / Magic Guard (HA)
Base Stats: 55 / 45 / 55 / 95 / 80 / 70 (400)
Height/Weight: 0.8 m / 20 kg
Flavour/Design: Cucaxa resembles a bipedal basilisk lizard with a crest shaped like a backwards sickle. It wears a translucent ghostly robe that shows just its head, hands, and feet. Evolves into Cucarator with a Dusk Stone.

Name: Cucarator (cuca + alligator)
Counterpart: Saciceiro
Typing:

Abilities: Cursed Body / Unnerve / Magic Guard (HA)
Base Stats: 80 / 60 / 75 / 120 / 100 / 85 (520)
Notable Moves: Shadow Ball, Psychic, Psyshock, Dark Pulse, Recover, Hex, Will-O-Wisp, Toxic, Thunder Wave, Grudge, Destiny Bond, Focus Blast, Mystical Fire, Thunderbolt, Calm Mind, Nasty Plot, Trick, Defog, Wish
Height/Weight: 1.5 m / 48 kg
Flavour/Design: Cucarator has a human-like body with an alligator's head, wearing a similar robe to its prevos. It has a sadistic nature and often giggles while tormenting people and Pokemon with its psychic powers. Cucarator's incantations are sometimes interrupted by nearby Saciceiro, who enjoy upsetting them.
Competitive: Cucarator is a Nasty Plot set up sweeper and status spreader, having wide offensive and utility movepools. Magic Guard lets it function as a status absorber while making it more difficult to wear down.
Name: Saciança (saci + criança, Portuguese for child)
Counterpart: Cucaling
Typing:

Abilities: Prankster / Pickpocket / Unburden (HA)
Base Stats: 40 / 55 / 35 / 45 / 35 / 70 (280)
Height/Weight: 0.4 m / 6 kg
Flavour/Design: This line is male only. Saci are Brazilian trickster spirits that resemble human children with brown skin, a red hat, and one leg. Saciança hops around on what looks like a wooden peg leg, and it has a few small tufts of red hair on its head. Evolves into Saciada at level 25.

Name: Saciada (saci + piada, Portuguese for joke)
Counterpart: Cucaxa
Typing:

Abilities: Prankster / Pickpocket / Unburden (HA)
Base Stats: 50 / 80 / 50 / 70 / 50 / 100 (400)
Height/Weight: 0.8 m / 18 kg
Flavour/Design: Saciada stands taller and skinnier than its prevo, looking like a delinquent teen with long red hair. It enjoys pulling pranks on people and other Pokemon, from misplacing their belongings to putting peppers in their food. Evolves into Saciceiro with a Shiny Stone.

Name: Saciceiro (saci + trapaceiro, Portuguese for trickster)
Counterpart: Cucarator
Typing:

Abilities: Prankster / Pickpocket / Unburden (HA)
Base Stats: 65 / 100 / 70 / 90 / 70 / 125 (520)
Notable Moves: Play Rough, Poltergeist, Moonblast, Shadow Ball, Hurricane, Switcheroo, Will-O-Wisp, Grudge, Destiny Bond, Wish, Whirlwind, Shadow Sneak, Dark Pulse, Gunk Shot, Sludge Bomb, Psychic, Psycho Cut, Thunder Wave, Toxic, Defog, Spikes
Height/Weight: 1.5 m / 40 kg
Flavour/Design: Saciceiro is muscular like a grown man, still on one leg, often standing with its arms crossed like a genie. It enjoys using gusts of wind for its pranks, like blowing people's hats off their heads or homework away from school kids. Its red hair is long and flowy, and it often holds a ghostly stick in its teeth to look more intimidating. Saciceiro are especially known for targeting individuals who are attemping to concentrate on something, like people doing homework or Cucarator trying to cast hexes on people.
Competitive: High speed and Prankster combined with its utility movepool make Saciceiro a solid team supporter with options like Switcheroo, Wish, Destiny Bond, Defog, and Spikes. STAB Play Rough and Poltergeist prevent it from being too passive.
Base Species: Elgyem
Typing:
Psybeam - Psychic-type
,
Energy Ball - Grass-type

Ability: Drizzle, Weak Armor, Regenerator
Base Stats: 90/30/80/40/70/25 (335)
New Moves: Giga Drain, Leaf Storm, Grass Knot, Synthesis
Removed Moves: Dark Pulse, Nasty Plot, Destiny Bond, Steel Wing
Flavour/Design: Found wandering the ancient temples of Brazdo, this pokemon seems to be most common in the fall, and places they have recently visited seem to have strangely successful harvests.
Potential Competitive Role: He is baby.
Name: Corvestia
Prevo: Brazdonian Elgyem
Typing:
Psybeam - Psychic-type
,
Energy Ball - Grass-type

Abilities: Drizzle, Weak Armor, Regenerator
Base Stats: 110/60/90/80/90/45 (485)
New Moves: (From Brazdonian Elgyem) Sacred Harvest
New Features: Sacred Harvest: Special, 80 BP, 15 pp, Deals either grass or psychic damage, depending on which would do more damage, and recovers 1/4 of the damage done.
Flavour/Design: These pokemon seem to despise Mictue, though they almost always take their fights to another dimension, so little is known about their relationship.
Potential Competitive Role: Bulky grass type with recovery, and less susceptible to toxic.
Base Species: Baltoy
Typing:
Hex - Ghost-type
,
Psybeam - Psychic-type

Ability: Underworld's Traveler
Base Stats: 40/20/60/80/40/60 (300)
New Moves: Dark Pulse, Destiny Bond, WoW
Removed Moves: Earthquake, Dazzling Gleam, Solar Beam,
Flavour/Design: Seen occasionally at scenes of human sacrifice, these pokemon are believed to be the spirits of those who were enslaved and forced to be enslaved.
Potential Competitive Role: He is also baby.
Name: Mictue
Prevo: Bradzonian Baltoy
Typing:
Hex - Ghost-type
,
Psybeam - Psychic-type

Abilities: Underworld's Traveler
Base Stats: 60/70/65/120/80/105 (500)
New Moves: (From Bradozian Baltoy) Chilling Shadows, Icicle Crash, Blizzard
New Features: Chilling Shadows: Special, 90 BP, 5 pp, deals either Ice or Ghost damage, which ever will do more damage, and has a 10% to lower the opponent's special defense.
Underworld's Traveler: This pokemon adds the ghost type to pokemon that are hit by ice moves, and gets the STAB effect on Ice moves.
Flavour/Design: These pokemon seem to be jealous of Corvestias unlimited life energy, and will drag them to their own realm, where what they do next is unknown.
Potential Competitive Role: Who evolves from Baltoy and is pretty much a worse version of Calyrex-Shadow? This guy!
Level-Up
1 - Tackle
1 - Growl
5 - Mud-Slap
10 - Defense Curl
15 - Razor Leaf
20 - Magnitude
25 - Revenge
30 - Assurance
35 - High Horsepower
40 - Seed Bomb
45 - Double-Edge
50 - Earthquake
55 - Wood Hammer
60 - Terra Charge
65 - Close Combat

Eggs Moves
Egg Group: Field
Wild Charge (Zebstrika)
Heavy Slam (Copperajah)
Odor Sleuth (Stoutland)
Body Slam (Tauros)
Head Smash (Emboar)
Thrash (Lycanroc)

TMs
01 - Work Up
05 - Roar
08 - Bulk Up
10 - Hidden Power
11 - Sunny Day
15 - Hyper Beam
21 - Frustration
22 - Solar Beam
23 - Smack Down
26 - Earthquake
27 - Return
31 - Brick Break
32 - Double Team
37 - Sandstorm
39 - Rock Tomb
40 - Aerial Ace
42 - Facade
44 - Rest
47 - Low Sweep
52 - Focus Blast
53 - Energy Ball
69 - Rock Polish
71 - Stone Edge
78 - Bulldoze
80 - Rock Slide
86 - Grass Knot
87 - Swagger
88 - Sleep Talk
93 - Wild Charge

Tutor Moves
Iron Tail
Giga Drain
Bounce
Iron Head
Zen Headbutt
Seed Bomb
Drill Run
Outrage
Stomping Tantrum
Earth Power
Superpower
Name: Apocalendar (apocalypse + calendar)
Type: Psychic/Rock
Abilities: Premonition / Synchronize (HA)
Base Stats: 55 / 30 / 125 / 90 / 125 / 50 (BST: 475)
Notable Moves: Future Sight, Doom Desire, Psychic, Psyshock, Power Gem, Earth Power, Stealth Rock, Spikes, Toxic Spikes, Safeguard, Toxic, Body Press, Trick Room, Recover, Psycho Shield
New Features: Premonition: The power of Future Sight and Doom Desire is increased by x0.25, but they now take three turns to hit instead of two
Psycho Shield: Psychic type, Status, +5 priority, protects user from damage, reduces opponent's Special Defense by 2 stages if the opponent makes contact while this move is active (Also learned by Solrock, Lunatone, the Abra line, the Solosis line, and the Hatenna line)

Flavor/Design: Apocalendar is a large slab of rock with several hieroglyphs etched onto it. These hieroglyphs show the faces of Pikachu, Eevee, and the Kanto starters screaming out in fear. It also has two stubby hands attached to its upper corners. Historians believe that Apocalendar was created over 500 years ago by an ancient tribe that once lived in the Brazdo region. It is theorized that these Pokémon were once normal stone slabs that were enchanted with psychic power in a ritual that would allow the chieftain of this tribe to see where his tribe would be in the weeks, months and years to come. However, the tribe disappeared without a trace soon after the ritual was completed, leaving only the magnificent ruins of their city behind. Apocalendar still lurk within the ruins of this city, where they drive away any trespassers by planting vivid hallucinations of global destruction within their heads.
Origin: This mon is based off of the Maya calendar and the old belief that this calendar predicted the apocalypse (remember that? Ah, the good old days). Nothing more to say here, really.
Competitive: Apocalendar's gimmick is that it is the ultimate Future Sight/Doom Desire user. You set it up, wait a couple turns, use Psycho Shield in hopes of proccing a -2 Special Defense drop, then boom. It can also be a really annoying wall with hazards, Toxic, and Recover, a good Body Press user, or even a Trick Room setter. Its multitude of weaknesses and low HP keep it in RU at best.
Name: Burlimp (burlap + imp)
Type: Ghost
Abilities: Pickup / Pickpocket / Frisk (HA)
Base Stats: 35 / 55 / 35 / 55 / 35 / 40 (BST: 255)
Flavor/Design: Burlimp is a small dark purple imp-like creature with bright yellow eyes, a long nose, and large ears. It carries a small burlap sack with it at all times. It loves shiny things and valuables and puts any money it finds in its sack. The sack is rumored to be a portal that leads straight to the underworld.

Burlimp evolves into Goblysack starting at Level 24.

Name: Goblysack (goblin + gunny sack, another name for a burlap sack)
Type:
Ghost
Abilities: Pickup / Pickpocket / Frisk (HA)
Base Stats: 65 / 80 / 55 / 80 / 55 / 55 (BST: 385)

Flavor/Design: Goblysack is a medium-sized, very thin (almost skeletal-looking) dark purple goblin-like creature with an even longer nose and even larger ears. It still has its burlap sack, and it now carries it over its shoulder. It has become even more mischievous, and steals things to put in its sack just to laugh at the misfortune of its victims. It will even steal Poke Balls and Potions from its own Trainer!

Goblysack evolves into Storgre when it is exposed to a Moon Stone.

Name: Storgre (storage + ogre)
Type: Ghost/Dark

Abilities: Unburden / Pickpocket / Frisk (HA)
Base Stats: 85 / 110 / 70 / 110 / 70 / 60 (BST: 505)
Notable Moves: Shadow Ball, Dark Pulse, Poltergeist, Throat Chop, Foul Play, Swords Dance, Nasty Plot, Drain Punch, Superpower, Fire Punch, Ice Punch, ThunderPunch, Psychic, Psyshock, Zen Headbutt, Power Whip, Energy Ball, Outrage
Flavor/Design: Storgre is a large ogre-like creature that kind of looks like an old, fat, bald human man. Its skin is dark purple, it has a freakishly long nose and freakishly large ears, and it has two large tusks protruding from the edges of its lips. It now wears its burlap bag like an extremely oversized T-shirt. The burlap bag has small holes in it that resemble pockets. Storgre is known as the "reaper of Brazdo". It stalks the streets of Brazdan neighborhoods, using its tusks to sense if someone is close to death. If it finds a dying person or Pokémon, it will pull their soul out of their body, then shove it into its "pockets", transporting the soul directly to the underworld. People see Storgre as a bad omen and even make up stories that it takes away living things too, particularly children. Storgre is actually very kind and sensitive, though, and only takes the souls of people and Pokémon that it feels have lived long and fulfilling lives. Storgre also has an affinity for small, seemingly useless trinkets, such as bottle caps, ticket stubs, and old receipts. It collects these small trinkets and stores them inside its "pockets". There are rumors of alternate dimensions filled solely with the collections of trinkets that Storgre has amassed. The burlap sack that it wears has regenerative properties; if a piece is torn off, the sack will repair itself. Storgre will tear off pieces of the sack themselves, then fashion them into new, smaller sacks. They will then give these sacks to their Burlimp offspring when they hatch.
Origin: So I was looking up Brazilian folktales to see if there was something I could take inspiration from, and I came across this figure called "Homem do Saco", which literally translates to "Sack Man". This figure is described as a middle-aged vagrant who visits houses looking for children who have been naughty. If the Sack Man finds a naughty child, he will stuff them in his sack and carry them away, never to be seen again. This idea is honestly perfect for a Pokémon, so I just ran with it.
Competitive: Storgre boasts the amazing Ghost/Dark typing, a fantastic ability in Unburden, great mixed attacking stats, and solid coverage on both sides of the spectrum. However, it still has a few flaws. It has no coverage to take care of its sole weakness in Fairy. Its base Speed is still fairly low- in fact, it has the lowest base Speed of all fully evolved Unburden users. This means that faster threats can still outspeed it, and its lack of priority doesn't help that either. Having Unburden also means that it's practically locked in to only being used on Terrain teams. It's still an excellent mon on Terrain teams, though, and its positive far outweigh its negatives. UUBL at the absolute minimum.
Level-Up
1 - Scratch
1 - Leer
4 - Confusion
8 - Yawn
12 - Telekinesis
16 - Disable
20 - Psybeam
24 - Swift
28 - Hypnosis
32 - Gravity
36 - Extrasensory
40 - Slack Off
44 - Amnesia
48 - Rest
48 - Snore
52 - Future Sight
56 - Heal Pulse

Egg
Group: Field
Ally Switch (Cinderace)
Charge Beam (Lopunny)
Chip Away (Slakoth)
Endeavor (Rillaboom)
Hone Claws (Slakoth)
Sucker Punch (Slakoth)

TM
03 - Psyshock
04 - Calm Mind
10 - Hidden Power
16 - Light Screen
17 - Protect
18 - Rain Dance
20 - Safeguard
21 - Frustration
23 - Smack Down
24 - Thunderbolt
25 - Thunder
27 - Return
29 - Psychic
30 - Shadow Ball
33 - Reflect
34 - Shock Wave
41 - Helping Hand
42 - Facade
44 - Rest
45 - Attract
46 - Thief
48 - Skill Swap
52 - Focus Blast
65 - Shadow Claw
69 - Zen Headbutt
70 - Flash
73 - Thunder Wave
83 - Natural Gift
86 - Grass Knot
87 - Swagger
88 - Sleep Talk
90 - Substitute
92 - Trick Room
96 - Nature Power
97 - Dark Pulse
100 - Confide

Tutor
Fire Punch
Gravity
Ice Punch
Imprison
Knock Off
Magic Coat
Snore
Trick
Thunder Punch
Name: Basilwisp (Basilisk + Will-O-Wisp)
Counterpart(s): N/A
Typing:

Ability: Run Away / Quick Feet (HA)
Base Stats: 50 / 30 / 35 / 60 / 45 / 70 (290 BST)
Notable Moves: Shadow Ball, Hex, Will-O-Wisp, Water Pulse, Mystical Fire, Dragon Pulse, Draco Meteor, Dragon Dance, Hyper Voice, Foresight, Calm Mind, U-Turn, Magnet Rise, Shadow Sneak
New Features: N/A
Flavour/Design: WIP (A basilisk that can run on souls in midair)
Potential Competitive Role: fast, but not really even that fast by LC standards.

Name: Plasmilisk (Plasma + Basilisk)
Counterpart(s): N/A
Typing:

Ability: Soul Strider / Quick Feet (HA)
Base Stats: 80 / 60 / 55 / 105 / 75 / 125 (500 BST)
Notable Moves: Shadow Ball, Hex, Will-O-Wisp, Water Pulse, Mystical Fire, Dragon Pulse, Draco Meteor, Dragon Dance, Hyper Voice, Foresight, Calm Mind, U-Turn, Flamethrower, Fire Blast, Shadow Sneak, Dragon Tail, Night Shade, Taunt, Power Gem
New Features: Soul Strider - This Pokémon is immune to Ghost-type moves. If hit by one, instead of taking damage, this Pokémon's Speed goes up by 1 stage.
Flavour/Design: WIP (A basilisk that can run on souls in midair)
Potential Competitive Role: Ghostbusting Ghost-type with a great STAB combo and good enough Special Attack and Speed to sweep after a Calm Mind or two. Kinda like a toed down Dragapult but with a few interesting wrinkles like Taunt, Calm Mind, Mystical Fire, and Power Gem.
 
Emergence's Cucarator and Saciceiro lines
StarFalcon555's Apocalendar
StarFalcon555's Burlimp line
Yoshiblaze's Basilwisp line
 
StarFalcon555's Burlimp line
Yoshiblaze's Basilwisp line
Emergence's Cucarator and Saciceiro lines
StarFalcon555's Apocalendar
ChoiceScarfed's Brazdian Baltoy line
 
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Yoshiblaze's Basilwisp line
StarFalcon555's Burlimp line
StarFalcon555's Apocalendar
Emergence's Cucarator and Saciceiro lines
ChoiceScarfed's Brazdan Elgyem line
 

DuoM2

Funky Kong for Smash
is a Pre-Contributor
Sorrry for the slight delay, but voting is over! Since there was a tie between five evolutionary families, I ended up tiebreaking again to narrow it down to 4.

With that, the winners are Yoshiblaze's Basilwisp, StarFalcon555's Burlimp, and Emergence's Cucarator and Saciciero lines...


Name: Basilwisp (Basilisk + Will-O-Wisp)
Counterpart(s): N/A
Typing:

Ability: Run Away / Quick Feet (HA)
Base Stats: 50 / 30 / 35 / 60 / 45 / 70 (290 BST)
Notable Moves: Shadow Ball, Hex, Will-O-Wisp, Water Pulse, Mystical Fire, Dragon Pulse, Draco Meteor, Dragon Dance, Hyper Voice, Foresight, Calm Mind, U-Turn, Magnet Rise, Shadow Sneak
New Features: N/A
Flavour/Design: WIP (A basilisk that can run on souls in midair)
Potential Competitive Role: fast, but not really even that fast by LC standards.

Name: Plasmilisk (Plasma + Basilisk)
Counterpart(s): N/A
Typing:

Ability: Soul Strider / Quick Feet (HA)
Base Stats: 80 / 60 / 55 / 105 / 75 / 125 (500 BST)
Notable Moves: Shadow Ball, Hex, Will-O-Wisp, Water Pulse, Mystical Fire, Dragon Pulse, Draco Meteor, Dragon Dance, Hyper Voice, Foresight, Calm Mind, U-Turn, Flamethrower, Fire Blast, Shadow Sneak, Dragon Tail, Night Shade, Taunt, Power Gem
New Features: Soul Strider - This Pokémon is immune to Ghost-type moves. If hit by one, instead of taking damage, this Pokémon's Speed goes up by 1 stage.
Flavour/Design: WIP (A basilisk that can run on souls in midair)
Potential Competitive Role: Ghostbusting Ghost-type with a great STAB combo and good enough Special Attack and Speed to sweep after a Calm Mind or two. Kinda like a toed down Dragapult but with a few interesting wrinkles like Taunt, Calm Mind, Mystical Fire, and Power Gem.
Name: Burlimp (burlap + imp)
Type: Ghost
Abilities: Pickup / Pickpocket / Frisk (HA)
Base Stats: 35 / 55 / 35 / 55 / 35 / 40 (BST: 255)
Flavor/Design: Burlimp is a small dark purple imp-like creature with bright yellow eyes, a long nose, and large ears. It carries a small burlap sack with it at all times. It loves shiny things and valuables and puts any money it finds in its sack. The sack is rumored to be a portal that leads straight to the underworld.

Burlimp evolves into Goblysack starting at Level 24.

Name: Goblysack (goblin + gunny sack, another name for a burlap sack)
Type:
Ghost
Abilities: Pickup / Pickpocket / Frisk (HA)
Base Stats: 65 / 80 / 55 / 80 / 55 / 55 (BST: 385)

Flavor/Design: Goblysack is a medium-sized, very thin (almost skeletal-looking) dark purple goblin-like creature with an even longer nose and even larger ears. It still has its burlap sack, and it now carries it over its shoulder. It has become even more mischievous, and steals things to put in its sack just to laugh at the misfortune of its victims. It will even steal Poke Balls and Potions from its own Trainer!

Goblysack evolves into Storgre when it is exposed to a Moon Stone.

Name: Storgre (storage + ogre)
Type: Ghost/Dark

Abilities: Unburden / Pickpocket / Frisk (HA)
Base Stats: 85 / 110 / 70 / 110 / 70 / 60 (BST: 505)
Notable Moves: Shadow Ball, Dark Pulse, Poltergeist, Throat Chop, Foul Play, Swords Dance, Nasty Plot, Drain Punch, Superpower, Fire Punch, Ice Punch, ThunderPunch, Psychic, Psyshock, Zen Headbutt, Power Whip, Energy Ball, Outrage
Flavor/Design: Storgre is a large ogre-like creature that kind of looks like an old, fat, bald human man. Its skin is dark purple, it has a freakishly long nose and freakishly large ears, and it has two large tusks protruding from the edges of its lips. It now wears its burlap bag like an extremely oversized T-shirt. The burlap bag has small holes in it that resemble pockets. Storgre is known as the "reaper of Brazdo". It stalks the streets of Brazdan neighborhoods, using its tusks to sense if someone is close to death. If it finds a dying person or Pokémon, it will pull their soul out of their body, then shove it into its "pockets", transporting the soul directly to the underworld. People see Storgre as a bad omen and even make up stories that it takes away living things too, particularly children. Storgre is actually very kind and sensitive, though, and only takes the souls of people and Pokémon that it feels have lived long and fulfilling lives. Storgre also has an affinity for small, seemingly useless trinkets, such as bottle caps, ticket stubs, and old receipts. It collects these small trinkets and stores them inside its "pockets". There are rumors of alternate dimensions filled solely with the collections of trinkets that Storgre has amassed. The burlap sack that it wears has regenerative properties; if a piece is torn off, the sack will repair itself. Storgre will tear off pieces of the sack themselves, then fashion them into new, smaller sacks. They will then give these sacks to their Burlimp offspring when they hatch.
Origin: So I was looking up Brazilian folktales to see if there was something I could take inspiration from, and I came across this figure called "Homem do Saco", which literally translates to "Sack Man". This figure is described as a middle-aged vagrant who visits houses looking for children who have been naughty. If the Sack Man finds a naughty child, he will stuff them in his sack and carry them away, never to be seen again. This idea is honestly perfect for a Pokémon, so I just ran with it.
Competitive: Storgre boasts the amazing Ghost/Dark typing, a fantastic ability in Unburden, great mixed attacking stats, and solid coverage on both sides of the spectrum. However, it still has a few flaws. It has no coverage to take care of its sole weakness in Fairy. Its base Speed is still fairly low- in fact, it has the lowest base Speed of all fully evolved Unburden users. This means that faster threats can still outspeed it, and its lack of priority doesn't help that either. Having Unburden also means that it's practically locked in to only being used on Terrain teams. It's still an excellent mon on Terrain teams, though, and its positive far outweigh its negatives. UUBL at the absolute minimum.
Name: Cucaling (cuca + -ling)
Counterpart: Saciança
Typing:

Abilities: Cursed Body / Unnerve / Magic Guard (HA)
Base Stats: 40 / 30 / 40 / 70 / 50 / 50 (280)
Height/Weight: 0.4 m / 7 kg
Flavour/Design: This line is female only. Cuca are bipedal, tail-less, alligator-like witches in Brazilian folklore, where they are said to kidnap disobedient children. Cucaling is more like a lizard, quadrupedal and wearing a torn ghostly robe on its scaly grey body. Evolves into Cucaxa at level 25.

Name: Cucaxa (cuca + bruxa, Portuguese for witch)
Counterpart: Saciada
Typing:

Abilities: Cursed Body / Unnerve / Magic Guard (HA)
Base Stats: 55 / 45 / 55 / 95 / 80 / 70 (400)
Height/Weight: 0.8 m / 20 kg
Flavour/Design: Cucaxa resembles a bipedal basilisk lizard with a crest shaped like a backwards sickle. It wears a translucent ghostly robe that shows just its head, hands, and feet. Evolves into Cucarator with a Dusk Stone.

Name: Cucarator (cuca + alligator)
Counterpart: Saciceiro
Typing:

Abilities: Cursed Body / Unnerve / Magic Guard (HA)
Base Stats: 80 / 60 / 75 / 120 / 100 / 85 (520)
Notable Moves: Shadow Ball, Psychic, Psyshock, Dark Pulse, Recover, Hex, Will-O-Wisp, Toxic, Thunder Wave, Grudge, Destiny Bond, Focus Blast, Mystical Fire, Thunderbolt, Calm Mind, Nasty Plot, Trick, Defog, Wish
Height/Weight: 1.5 m / 48 kg
Flavour/Design: Cucarator has a human-like body with an alligator's head, wearing a similar robe to its prevos. It has a sadistic nature and often giggles while tormenting people and Pokemon with its psychic powers. Cucarator's incantations are sometimes interrupted by nearby Saciceiro, who enjoy upsetting them.
Competitive: Cucarator is a Nasty Plot set up sweeper and status spreader, having wide offensive and utility movepools. Magic Guard lets it function as a status absorber while making it more difficult to wear down.

Name: Saciança (saci + criança, Portuguese for child)
Counterpart: Cucaling
Typing:

Abilities: Prankster / Pickpocket / Unburden (HA)
Base Stats: 40 / 55 / 35 / 45 / 35 / 70 (280)
Height/Weight: 0.4 m / 6 kg
Flavour/Design: This line is male only. Saci are Brazilian trickster spirits that resemble human children with brown skin, a red hat, and one leg. Saciança hops around on what looks like a wooden peg leg, and it has a few small tufts of red hair on its head. Evolves into Saciada at level 25.

Name: Saciada (saci + piada, Portuguese for joke)
Counterpart: Cucaxa
Typing:

Abilities: Prankster / Pickpocket / Unburden (HA)
Base Stats: 50 / 80 / 50 / 70 / 50 / 100 (400)
Height/Weight: 0.8 m / 18 kg
Flavour/Design: Saciada stands taller and skinnier than its prevo, looking like a delinquent teen with long red hair. It enjoys pulling pranks on people and other Pokemon, from misplacing their belongings to putting peppers in their food. Evolves into Saciceiro with a Shiny Stone.

Name: Saciceiro (saci + trapaceiro, Portuguese for trickster)
Counterpart: Cucarator
Typing:

Abilities: Prankster / Pickpocket / Unburden (HA)
Base Stats: 65 / 100 / 70 / 90 / 70 / 125 (520)
Notable Moves: Play Rough, Poltergeist, Moonblast, Shadow Ball, Hurricane, Switcheroo, Will-O-Wisp, Grudge, Destiny Bond, Wish, Whirlwind, Shadow Sneak, Dark Pulse, Gunk Shot, Sludge Bomb, Psychic, Psycho Cut, Thunder Wave, Toxic, Defog, Spikes
Height/Weight: 1.5 m / 40 kg
Flavour/Design: Saciceiro is muscular like a grown man, still on one leg, often standing with its arms crossed like a genie. It enjoys using gusts of wind for its pranks, like blowing people's hats off their heads or homework away from school kids. Its red hair is long and flowy, and it often holds a ghostly stick in its teeth to look more intimidating. Saciceiro are especially known for targeting individuals who are attemping to concentrate on something, like people doing homework or Cucarator trying to cast hexes on people.
Competitive: High speed and Prankster combined with its utility movepool make Saciceiro a solid team supporter with options like Switcheroo, Wish, Destiny Bond, Defog, and Spikes. STAB Play Rough and Poltergeist prevent it from being too passive.
As for the next slate...

Urban Pokemon!
:grimer: :klink: :furfrou:
This slate is meant for any Pokemon that lives in the city or is very closely associated with humans. Some of these can be based on popular pets, but some of them aren't even centered around living creatures at all as opposed to things you just happen to see in the city more than rural areas. Anyways, submission phase has begun and will likely last until the 26th. See you then!
 
Burlimp
1 - Leer
1 - Lick
6 - Astonish
12 - Baby-Doll Eyes
16 - Night Shade
20 - Assurance
24 - Embargo
28 - Curse
32 - Shadow Punch
36 - Nasty Plot
40 - Lash Out
44 - Shadow Ball
48 - Foul Play

Goblysack
Evolve - Thief
1 - Thief
1 - Leer
1 - Lick
1 - Astonish
12 - Baby-Doll Eyes
16 - Night Shade
20 - Assurance
24 - Embargo
28 - Curse
35 - Shadow Punch
40 - Nasty Plot
44 - Lash Out
48 - Shadow Ball
52 - Foul Play

Storgre
Evolve - Poltergeist
1 - Poltergeist
1 - Fire Punch
1 - Ice Punch
1 - ThunderPunch
1 - Thief
1 - Leer
1 - Lick
1 - Astonish
1 - Baby-Doll Eyes
1 - Night Shade
1 - Assurance
1 - Embargo
1 - Curse
1 - Shadow Punch
1 - Nasty Plot
1 - Lash Out
1 - Shadow Ball
1 - Foul Play

Egg, TM, and Tutor moves coming soon

Name: Warruppy (warrior + puppy)
Typing: Fighting
Abilities: Vital Spirit / Justified (HA)
Stats: 45 / 75 / 30 / 30 / 30 / 70 (BST: 280)

Flavor/Design: Warruppy is a small reddish-brown dog Pokémon resembling a mastiff puppy. Contrary to its cute looks, Warruppy is actually really aggressive, attacking any unfamiliar people or Pokémon in its vicinity. It loves battles and will try to fight opponents that are more than four times its size.

Warruppy evolves into Mastaunch starting at Level 26.


Name: Mastaunch (mastiff + staunch)
Typing:
Fighting
Abilities: Guts / Justified (HA)
Stats: 65 / 115 / 80 / 60 / 80 / 100 (BST: 500)
Notable Moves: Close Combat, Play Rough, Psychic Fangs, Crunch, Stone Edge, Bulk Up, Earthquake, Fire Fang, Ice Fang, ThunderFang, Iron Head, Zen Headbutt, Facade

Flavor/Design: Mastaunch is a large reddish-brown dog Pokémon resembling a mastiff. Its body is covered in faded scars, and half of its tail is missing. Families from all ends of the class spectrum keep a Mastaunch, as they are incredibly good at guarding houses. Mastaunch still maintains its aggressive personality from when it was a Warruppy, but it has now developed a fierce loyalty towards its Trainer. If it senses that its Trainer is in any sort of trouble, it will fight ferociously to defend them, even if it means that it will lose its life in the process. Brazdian Trainers are forbidden from bringing Mastaunch to other regions, as they become so troubled if placed in unfamiliar surroundings that they become incredibly destructive.
Origin: This line is based off of the Fila Brasileiro, which is also known as the Brazilian Mastiff. This dog breed is known for both its extreme loyalty to its owner and its extreme aggressiveness, to the point where some countries forbid owning them. Pretty much speaks for itself
Competitive: Mastaunch is basically a faster, slightly weaker version of Machamp. It doesn't have any priority or method of removing items, but it makes up for it with sheer power. Still probably an RU mon at best.

Name: Grimer-Brazdo
Counterpart(s): Grimer-Kanto and Grimer-Alola
Typing: Poison/Water
Abilities: Stench / Storm Drain / Poison Touch (HA)
Stats: 80 / 50 / 80 / 40 / 50 / 25 (BST: 325)
Flavor/Design: Brazdian Grimer resembles its counterparts, but it is blue with patches of tan instead. When Grimer were introduced to Brazdian cities, they immediately took to the vast network of sewers that lay underneath them. Eventually, their bodies began to merge with the sewer water, making them able to completely dissolve when making contact with polluted water. This allows Brazdian Grimer to spread their pollutants at an alarming rate, making them a scourge to the inhabitants of the city.

Brazdian Grimer evolves into Brazdian Muk when it is exposed to a Water Stone.

Name: Muk-Brazdo
Counterpart(s): Muk-Kanto and Muk-Alola
Typing:
Poison/Water
Abilities: Merciless / Storm Drain / Poison Touch (HA)
Base Stats: 105 / 75 / 105 / 65 / 100 / 50 (BST: 500)
Notable Moves: Liquidation, Waterfall, Poison Jab, Gunk Shot, Scald, Sludge Wave, Acid Armor, Toxic Spikes, Toxic, Knock Off, Recover, Ice Beam, Blizzard, Ice Punch
Removed Moves: All Fire and Electric type moves

Flavor/Design: Brazdian Muk resembles its counterparts, but it is blue with patches of tan instead. It now also has pieces of plastic stuck to it and large plastic rings around its hands, resembling bracelets. Brazdian Muk is known as "the beast of the sewers". If it touches water in any way, even if it is a tiny part of its body, the water will immediately become incredibly toxic. Brazdian Muk also has the power to draw toxins out of water, as well as pollutants such as plastic. This has lad to experiments where Brazdian Muk is used to leach plastic out of the Brazdian oceans; however, all of these experiments have failed, as Brazdian Muk is simply too toxic.
Origin: This line is based on sewage, which is a huge problem in Brazil. The sheer amount of sewage contamination in Rio de Janiero almost led to the 2016 Olympics being cancelled. Nothing more to say here really.
Competitive: Brazdian Muk is basically a weaker Toxapex. It badly wishes it had Regenerator, but it still has a solid typing and a lot of defensive/utility options. Almost certainly a UU staple.
 
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Name: Cucaling
Egg Groups: Human-like / Amorphous
Level Up:
1 Confusion
1 Spite
3 Confuse Ray
6 Shadow Sneak
9 Teleport
12 Night Shade
15 Curse
18 Hex
21 Psybeam
24 Hypnosis
27 Extrasensory
30 Fake Tears
33 Psychic
36 Shadow Ball
39 Future Sight
42 Nasty Plot
45 Grudge

Egg Moves:
Recover (Jellicent)
Destiny Bond (Jellicent)
Wish (Gardevoir)
Disable (Dusknoir)
Memento (Weezing)

TM List:
TM03 Psyshock
TM04 Calm Mind
TM06 Toxic
TM10 Hidden Power
TM11 Sunny Day
TM12 Taunt
TM16 Light Screen
TM17 Protect
TM18 Rain Dance
TM20 Safeguard
TM21 Frustration
TM24 Thunderbolt
TM25 Thunder
TM27 Return
TM29 Psychic
TM30 Shadow Ball
TM32 Double Team
TM33 Reflect
TM34 Shock Wave
TM42 Facade
TM44 Rest
TM45 Attract
TM46 Thief
TM48 Skill Swap
TM49 Echoed Voice
TM52 Focus Blast
TM61 Will-O-Wisp
TM65 Shadow Claw
TM69 Zen Headbutt
TM70 Flash
TM73 Thunder Wave
TM77 Hex
TM86 Grass Knot
TM87 Swagger
TM88 Sleep Talk
TM90 Substitute
TM92 Trick Room
TM97 Dark Pulse
TM100 Confide

Tutor List:
Tutor Defog
Tutor Hyper Voice
Tutor Imprison
Tutor Magic Coat
Tutor Phantom Force
Tutor Poltergeist
Tutor Signal Beam
Tutor Snatch
Tutor Snore
Tutor Spite
Tutor Trick

Name: Cucaxa
Egg Groups: Human-like / Amorphous
Level Up:
1 Confusion
1 Spite
1 Confuse Ray
1 Shadow Sneak
9 Teleport
12 Night Shade
15 Curse
18 Hex
21 Psybeam
24 Hypnosis
29 Extrasensory
34 Fake Tears
39 Psychic
44 Shadow Ball
49 Future Sight
54 Nasty Plot
59 Grudge

Egg Moves:
Recover (Jellicent)
Destiny Bond (Jellicent)
Wish (Gardevoir)
Disable (Dusknoir)
Memento (Weezing)

TM List:
TM03 Psyshock
TM04 Calm Mind
TM06 Toxic
TM10 Hidden Power
TM11 Sunny Day
TM12 Taunt
TM16 Light Screen
TM17 Protect
TM18 Rain Dance
TM20 Safeguard
TM21 Frustration
TM24 Thunderbolt
TM25 Thunder
TM27 Return
TM29 Psychic
TM30 Shadow Ball
TM32 Double Team
TM33 Reflect
TM34 Shock Wave
TM42 Facade
TM44 Rest
TM45 Attract
TM46 Thief
TM48 Skill Swap
TM49 Echoed Voice
TM52 Focus Blast
TM61 Will-O-Wisp
TM65 Shadow Claw
TM69 Zen Headbutt
TM70 Flash
TM73 Thunder Wave
TM77 Hex
TM86 Grass Knot
TM87 Swagger
TM88 Sleep Talk
TM90 Substitute
TM92 Trick Room
TM97 Dark Pulse
TM100 Confide

Tutor List:
Tutor Defog
Tutor Hyper Voice
Tutor Imprison
Tutor Magic Coat
Tutor Phantom Force
Tutor Poltergeist
Tutor Signal Beam
Tutor Snatch
Tutor Snore
Tutor Spite
Tutor Trick

Name: Cucarator
Egg Groups: Human-like / Amorphous
Level Up:
Evolve Dark Pulse
1 Dark Pulse
1 Phantom Force
1 Mystical Fire
1 Confusion
1 Spite
1 Confuse Ray
1 Shadow Sneak
1 Teleport
1 Night Shade
1 Curse
1 Hex
1 Psybeam
1 Hypnosis
1 Extrasensory
1 Fake Tears
1 Psychic
1 Shadow Ball
1 Future Sight
1 Nasty Plot
1 Grudge

Egg Moves: (Human-like / Amorphous)
Recover (Jellicent)
Destiny Bond (Jellicent)
Wish (Gardevoir)
Disable (Dusknoir)
Memento (Weezing)

TM List:
TM03 Psyshock
TM04 Calm Mind
TM06 Toxic
TM10 Hidden Power
TM11 Sunny Day
TM12 Taunt
TM15 Hyper Beam
TM16 Light Screen
TM17 Protect
TM18 Rain Dance
TM20 Safeguard
TM21 Frustration
TM24 Thunderbolt
TM25 Thunder
TM27 Return
TM29 Psychic
TM30 Shadow Ball
TM32 Double Team
TM33 Reflect
TM34 Shock Wave
TM42 Facade
TM44 Rest
TM45 Attract
TM46 Thief
TM48 Skill Swap
TM49 Echoed Voice
TM52 Focus Blast
TM61 Will-O-Wisp
TM65 Shadow Claw
TM68 Giga Impact
TM69 Zen Headbutt
TM70 Flash
TM73 Thunder Wave
TM77 Hex
TM86 Grass Knot
TM87 Swagger
TM88 Sleep Talk
TM90 Substitute
TM92 Trick Room
TM97 Dark Pulse
TM100 Confide

Tutor List:
Tutor Defog
Tutor Hyper Voice
Tutor Imprison
Tutor Magic Coat
Tutor Phantom Force
Tutor Poltergeist
Tutor Signal Beam
Tutor Snatch
Tutor Snore
Tutor Spite
Tutor Trick
Name: Saciança
Egg Groups: Human-like / Amorphous
1 Fairy Wind
1 Astonish
3 Confuse Ray
6 Shadow Sneak
9 Charm
12 Draining Kiss
15 Whirlwind
18 Night Shade
21 Wish
24 Spikes
27 Psycho Cut
30 Switcheroo
33 Play Rough
36 Phantom Force
39 Moonblast
42 Foul Play
45 Destiny Bond

Egg Moves:
N/A

TM List:
TM06 Toxic
TM10 Hidden Power
TM11 Sunny Day
TM12 Taunt
TM16 Light Screen
TM17 Protect
TM18 Rain Dance
TM20 Safeguard
TM21 Frustration
TM27 Return
TM29 Psychic
TM30 Shadow Ball
TM32 Double Team
TM33 Reflect
TM36 Sludge Bomb
TM39 Rock Tomb
TM41 Helping Hand
TM42 Facade
TM44 Rest
TM45 Attract
TM46 Thief
TM48 Skill Swap
TM49 Echoed Voice
TM52 Focus Blast
TM60 Quash
TM61 Will-O-Wisp
TM65 Shadow Claw
TM69 Zen Headbutt
TM70 Flash
TM73 Thunder Wave
TM77 Hex
TM83 Natural Gift
TM84 Poison Jab
TM86 Grass Knot
TM87 Swagger
TM88 Sleep Talk
TM90 Substitute
TM92 Trick Room
TM97 Dark Pulse
TM99 Dazzling Gleam
TM100 Confide

Tutor List:
Tutor After You
Tutor Air Slash
Tutor Assurance
Tutor Defog
Tutor Encore
Tutor Gunk Shot
Tutor Hyper Voice
Tutor Imprison
Tutor Phantom Force
Tutor Poltergeist
Tutor Snatch
Tutor Snore
Tutor Spite
Tutor Trick

Name: Saciada
Egg Groups: Human-like / Amorphous
Level Up:
1 Fairy Wind
1 Astonish
1 Confuse Ray
1 Shadow Sneak
9 Charm
12 Draining Kiss
15 Whirlwind
18 Night Shade
21 Wish
24 Spikes
29 Psycho Cut
34 Switcheroo
39 Play Rough
44 Phantom Force
49 Moonblast
54 Foul Play
59 Destiny Bond

Egg Moves:
N/A

TM List:
TM06 Toxic
TM10 Hidden Power
TM11 Sunny Day
TM12 Taunt
TM16 Light Screen
TM17 Protect
TM18 Rain Dance
TM20 Safeguard
TM21 Frustration
TM27 Return
TM29 Psychic
TM30 Shadow Ball
TM32 Double Team
TM33 Reflect
TM36 Sludge Bomb
TM39 Rock Tomb
TM41 Helping Hand
TM42 Facade
TM44 Rest
TM45 Attract
TM46 Thief
TM48 Skill Swap
TM49 Echoed Voice
TM52 Focus Blast
TM60 Quash
TM61 Will-O-Wisp
TM65 Shadow Claw
TM69 Zen Headbutt
TM70 Flash
TM73 Thunder Wave
TM77 Hex
TM83 Natural Gift
TM84 Poison Jab
TM86 Grass Knot
TM87 Swagger
TM88 Sleep Talk
TM90 Substitute
TM92 Trick Room
TM97 Dark Pulse
TM99 Dazzling Gleam
TM100 Confide

Tutor List:
Tutor After You
Tutor Air Slash
Tutor Assurance
Tutor Defog
Tutor Gunk Shot
Tutor Hyper Voice
Tutor Imprison
Tutor Phantom Force
Tutor Poltergeist
Tutor Snatch
Tutor Snore
Tutor Spite
Tutor Trick

Name: Saciceiro
Egg Groups: Human-like / Amorphous
Level Up:
Evolve Dazzling Gleam
1 Dazzling Gleam
1 Hurricane
1 Grudge
1 Fairy Wind
1 Astonish
1 Confuse Ray
1 Shadow Sneak
1 Charm
1 Draining Kiss
1 Whirlwind
1 Night Shade
1 Wish
1 Spikes
1 Psycho Cut
1 Switcheroo
1 Play Rough
1 Phantom Force
1 Moonblast
1 Foul Play
1 Destiny Bond

Egg Moves:
N/A

TM List:
TM06 Toxic
TM10 Hidden Power
TM11 Sunny Day
TM12 Taunt
TM15 Hyper Beam
TM16 Light Screen
TM17 Protect
TM18 Rain Dance
TM20 Safeguard
TM21 Frustration
TM27 Return
TM29 Psychic
TM30 Shadow Ball
TM32 Double Team
TM33 Reflect
TM36 Sludge Bomb
TM39 Rock Tomb
TM41 Helping Hand
TM42 Facade
TM44 Rest
TM45 Attract
TM46 Thief
TM48 Skill Swap
TM49 Echoed Voice
TM52 Focus Blast
TM60 Quash
TM61 Will-O-Wisp
TM65 Shadow Claw
TM68 Giga Impact
TM69 Zen Headbutt
TM70 Flash
TM73 Thunder Wave
TM77 Hex
TM83 Natural Gift
TM84 Poison Jab
TM86 Grass Knot
TM87 Swagger
TM88 Sleep Talk
TM90 Substitute
TM92 Trick Room
TM97 Dark Pulse
TM99 Dazzling Gleam
TM100 Confide

Tutor List:
Tutor After You
Tutor Air Slash
Tutor Assurance
Tutor Defog
Tutor Gunk Shot
Tutor Hurricane
Tutor Hyper Voice
Tutor Imprison
Tutor Phantom Force
Tutor Poltergeist
Tutor Snatch
Tutor Snore
Tutor Spite
Tutor Trick

Name: Yummee (yummy)
Typing:

Abilities: Sweet Veil / Weak Armor / Aroma Veil (HA)
Base Stats: 51 / 49 / 63 / 40 / 67 / 50 (320)
Height/Weight: 0.4 m / 5 kg
Flavour/Design: Yummee looks like a square of chocolate partially wrapped in hard foil, which also forms two stubby legs. It emits a pleasant, sweet odor that often attracts bug or bird Pokemon as well as people. When under attack, it pulls more foil over its chocolatey body to protect itself while trying to roll away. If that doesn't work, Yummee can launch pieces of its foil at attackers. Evolves into Chocaolee at level 33.

Name: Chocaolee (chocolatey + cacao)
Typing:

Abilities: Sweet Veil / Iron Fist / Aroma Veil (HA)
Base Stats: 77 / 88 / 108 / 50 / 112 / 65 (500)
Notable Moves: Play Rough, Iron Head, Meteor Mash, Aromatherapy, Recover, Autotomize, Bullet Punch, Metal Burst, Fire Punch, Thunder Punch, Ice Punch, Drain Punch, Encore, Bulk Up
Height/Weight: 0.8 m / 12 kg
Flavour/Design: Chocaolee is a larger square of chocolate that has grown strong foil arms, though its legs are still short and stubby. It still attracts Pokemon with its sweet smell, but it can now defend itself better with its arms, punching much harder than its size would suggest.
Competitive: Chocaolee has solid bulk with a good defensive typing with reliable recovery and support options in Aromatherapy and Encore. Its base offenses are weak but it can likely find set up opportunities to use Bulk Up, and it has strong offensive moves in STAB Play Rough and Meteor Mash with priority Bullet Punch or punching coverage moves.
Name: Pleckish (pleco + fish)
Typing:

Abilities: Suction Cups / Swift Swim / Screen Cleaner (HA)
Base Stats: 62 / 38 / 51 / 45 / 51 / 68 (315)
Height/Weight: 0.6 m / 15 kg
Flavour/Design: Pleckish is a small catfish-like Pokemon similar to Pescafin or Barboach, except that it has long winglike fins that allow it to fly. In the wild, they live in rivers and lakes eating algae while flying out of the water to eat berries from trees and avoid predators. They have a strong urge to clean hard surfaces with their mouths, which has led to people in the region having them as cleaning pets or assistants. Pleckish living among people will happily clean sidewalks, windows, and mirrors, able to fly up the sides of tall buildings. Large schools of flying Pleckish are as noisy as flocks of bird Pokemon. Evolves at level 30 during rain.

Name: Alapleco (alado, Portuguese for "winged", + pleco)
Typing:

Abilities: Suction Cups / Swift Swim / Screen Cleaner (HA)
Base Stats: 101 / 58 / 72 / 81 / 72 / 96 (480)
Notable Moves: Hydro Pump, Water Spout, Hurricane, Ice Beam, Dazzling Gleam, Flash Cannon, Flip Turn, U-turn, Defog, Haze, Tailwind, Mirror Coat, Soak, Morning Sun
Height/Weight: 1.2 m / 45 kg
Flavour/Design: Alapleco are large pleco fish with large fins that allow them to fly. Using their suction cup mouths, they attach themselves to hard surfaces and wash off dirt and dust. They clean people's windows and other belongings, though they sometimes make Grass type Pokemon nervous due to their voracious appetite for algae and grass.
Competitive: Alapleco has solid bulk and speed, with Flip Turn or U-turn to pivot and moves like Haze and Defog to support its team. Screen Cleaner can let it remove the opposing team's screens.
 
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Name: Insanitary
Typing: Poison/Steel
Abilities: Stench/Regenerator (Corrosive)
Base Stats: 80/30/70/66/44/30 (320)
Height/Weight: 1 m / 15 kg
Notable Moves: Flash Cannon, Toxic, Toxic Spikes, Sludge Wave, Disable, Dark Pulse, Focus Blast, Giga Drain, Steel Beam, Parting Shot, Yawn, Roar, Nasty Plot, Slack Off
Flavour/Design: It's almost an Oscar the grouch type creature, a manbeast in a trashcan.
Evolves into Katrashtrofy at 27.

Name: Insanitary
Typing: Poison/Steel
Abilities: Stench/Regenerator (Corrosive)
Base Stats: 120/50/100/91/89/35 (485)
Height/Weight: 1 m / 15 kg
Notable Moves: Flash Cannon, Toxic, Toxic Spikes, Sludge Wave, Disable, Dark Pulse, Focus Blast, Giga Drain, Steel Beam, Parting Shot, Yawn, Roar, Nasty Plot, Slack Off
Flavour/Design: It's almost an Oscar the grouch type creature, a manbeast in a trashcan BIGGER than before.
Competitive: Despite the less than 500 bst, this boy is a tank. Recovery with an awesome-ish defensive typing. The ability to spread poison or Recover. Compared to Toxapex it has a 4x weakness so Quake it down and ground types are commonly used as is so...
Breeding Group: Mineral/Humanshape
Gender Ratio: 75M/25F
 
Name: Pollucoon (Pollution + Racoon)
Counterpart(s): :grimer: , :muk:, :trubbish:, :garbodor: This mon is the predator of trubbish and garbador, and grimer and muk live near it around factories.
Typing: Dark/Steel
Ability: Strong Jaw
Base Stats: 64/ 98/ 64/ 88 / 64 / 101
BST:479
Notable Moves: Crunch, Geard-Up Chomp, Fire Fang, Thunder Fang, Ice Fang, Shift Gear, Dark Pulse, Sludge Bomb, Poison Fang, Psychic Fang, Lash Out, Work Up, Flash Cannon, Iron Head
New Features: Geard- Up Chomp deals 30+ 40x damage with 5pp(8 max). X meaning how many times this pokemin used shift gear previously on the switch-in. Boosted by strong jaw.
Flavour/Design: It looks like a metal racoon. It was made in the most urbanized city in Brazoda to clean up trash. Production of them stopped after they started eating the trubish and how they were very aggressive to humans when not eating. Only a few remain near the factory and they only have a 1/100 chance of being encountered.
Potential Competitive Role: A strong shift gear user with good coverage could definelty be a strong late game cleaner. It has really bad defensive capabilities so it would most likely be run on screens offense.
 
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Basilwisp
Level-Up
1 - Scratch
1 - Leer
5 - Astonish
10 - Twister
15 - Shadow Sneak
20 - Foresight
25 - Agility
30 - Hex
35 - Dragon Pulse
40 - Phantom Force
45 - Grudge
50 - Shadow Ball
55 - Dragon Dance
60 - Outrage

Egg
Group: Amorphous / Monster

Night Shade (Gastly)
Mystical Fire (Gardevoir)
Confuse Ray (Lapras)
Scale Shot (Charizard)
Telekinesis (Slowbro)
Uproar (Marowak)

TM
02 - Dragon Claw
04 - Calm Mind
10 - Hidden Power
11 - Sunny Day
12 - Taunt
17 - Protect
18 - Rain Dance
21 - Frustration
27 - Return
29 - Psychic
30 - Shadow Ball
32 - Double Team
40 - Aerial Ace
42 - Facade
44 - Rest
45 - Sleep Talk
46 - Thief
59 - Dragon Pulse
61 - Will-O-Wisp
62 - Acrobatics
65 - Shadow Claw
82 - Dragon Tail
83 - Natural Gift
87 - Swagger
88 - Sleep Talk
89 - U-Turn
90 - Substitute
97 - Dark Pulse
100 - Confide

Tutor
Breaking Swipe
Hyper Voice
Imprison
Knock Off
Magnet Rise
Outrage
Phantom Force
Poltergeist
Snatch
Snore
Spite
Water Pulse
Draco Meteor

Plasmilisk
Level-Up
1 - Curse
1 - Power Gem
1 - Dragon Rush
1 - Incinerate
1 - Scratch
1 - Leer
Evo - Curse
5 - Astonish
10 - Twister
15 - Shadow Sneak
20 - Foresight
25 - Agility
30 - Hex
35 - Dragon Pulse
37 - Phantom Force
44 - Grudge
51 - Shadow Ball
58 - Dragon Dance
65 - Outrage

Egg
Group: Amorphous / Monster

Night Shade (Gastly)
Mystical Fire (Gardevoir)
Confuse Ray (Lapras)
Scale Shot (Charizard)
Telekinesis (Slowbro)
Uproar (Marowak)

TM
02 - Dragon Claw
04 - Calm Mind
10 - Hidden Power
11 - Sunny Day
12 - Taunt
15 - Hyper Beam
17 - Protect
18 - Rain Dance
21 - Frustration
27 - Return
29 - Psychic
30 - Shadow Ball
32 - Double Team
40 - Aerial Ace
42 - Facade
44 - Rest
45 - Sleep Talk
46 - Thief
49 - Echoed Voice
59 - Dragon Pulse
61 - Will-O-Wisp
62 - Acrobatics
65 - Shadow Claw
76 - Fly
82 - Dragon Tail
83 - Natural Gift
87 - Swagger
88 - Sleep Talk
89 - U-Turn
90 - Substitute
97 - Dark Pulse
100 - Confide

Tutor
Breaking Swipe
Hyper Voice
Imprison
Knock Off
Magnet Rise
Outrage
Phantom Force
Poltergeist
Power Gem
Snatch
Snore
Spite
Water Pulse
Draco Meteor
 

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