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<p>Beastiary/PokedexBETA</p> <p>Contents- How to Read 4 Type Effectiveness Chart 5 -Capabilties Basic Capabilities Other Capabilities 10 12 15 CATERPIE WEEDLE PIDGEY PICHU CLEFFA IGGLYBUFF HAPPINY AZURILL HOPPIP WURMPLE BUDEW STARLY - Two Stage Families RATTATA SPEAROW SENTRET HOOTHOOT POOCHYENA ZIGZAGOON TAILLOW WINGULL BIDOOF KRICKETOT EKANS SANDSHREW VULPIX PARAS VENONAT DIGLETT MEOWTH PSYDUCK MANKEY GROWLITHE TENTACOOL PONYTA SLOWPOKE DODUO SEEL GRIMER SHELLDER ONIX DROWZEE KRABBY VOLTORB EXEGGCUTE CUBONE LICKITUNG KOFFING 168 170 172 176 179 183 187 191 194 198 202 205 208 208 210 212 215 217 220 222 224 226 229 230 232 235 237 239 241 243 246 248 251 253 255 257 261 263 265 268 270 272 275 277 279 281 284 286 TANGELA GOLDEEN STARYU SCYTHER MAGIKARP LEDYBA SPINARAK CHINCHOU NATU AIPOM SUNKERN YANMA WOOPER MURKROW MISDREAVUS PINECO GLIGAR SNUBBULL SNEASEL TEDDIURSA SLUGMA HOUNDOUR PHANPY SURSKIT SHROOMISH NINCADA MAKUHITA NOSEPASS SKITTY MEDITITE ELECTRIKE GULPIN CARVANHA WAILMER NUMEL SPOINK CACNEA SWABLU BARBOACH CORPHISH BALTOY FEEBAS SHUPPET SNORUNT CLAMPERL BURMY COMBEE BUIZEL CHERUBI SHELLOS 289 291 293 295 298 299 302 304 306 309 311 314 316 318 321 323 325 328 331 333 336 338 340 343 345 347 350 353 355 358 360 362 365 367 369 371 374 376 379 381 383 386 388 390 394 397 401 403 405 407 DRIFLOON BUNEARY GLAMEOW STUNKY BRONZOR HIPPOPOTAS SKORUPI CROAGUNK FINNEON SNOVER MIME JR. SMOOCHUM MUNCHLAX BONSLY WYNAUT CHINGLING RIOLU REMORAID MANTYKE 409 412 414 416 419 421 423 425 428 430 432 435 437 440 442 443 446 448 451 CASTFORM KECLEON TROPIUS ABSOL RELICANTH LUVDISC PACHIRISU CHATOT SPIRITOMB CARNIVINE - Branch Families TYROGUE EEVEE - Fossil Families OMANYTE KABUTO AERODACTYL LILEEP ANORITH CRANIDOS SHIELDON -Other DITTO UNOWN 488 489 490 491 493 494 495 496 497 498 499 499 504 512 512 514 517 518 520 523 525 528 528 528</p> <p>- Three Stage Families 22 BULBASAUR 22 CHARMANDER 25 SQUIRTLE 29 CHIKORITA 33 CYNDAQUIL 36 TOTODILE 39 TREECKO 43 TORCHIC 47 MUDKIP 51 TURTWIG 54 CHIMCHAR 58 PIPLUP 62 NIDORAN F 65 NIDORAN M 69 ZUBAT 72 ODDISH 76 POLIWAG 80 ABRA 84 MACHOP 88 BELLSPROUT 92 GEODUDE 95 MAGNEMITE 98 GASTLY 102 RHYHORN 105 HORSEA 110 ELEKID 113 MAGBY 117 PORYGON 120 TOGEPI 124 MAREEP 127 SWINUB 131 LOTAD 134 SEEDOT 138 RALTS 141 SLAKOTH 146 WHISMUR 150 ARON 154 DUSKULL 158 SPHEAL 162 SHINX 165</p> <p>-Single Stage Families 453 PLUSLE 453 MINUN 454 VOLBEAT 455 ILLUMISE 457 ZANGOOSE 458 SEVIPER 459 LUNATONE 460 SOLROCK 462 FARFETCHD 463 KANGASKHAN 464 PINSIR 466 TAUROS 467 MILTANK 468 LAPRAS 469 GIRAFARIG 471 DUNSPARCE 472 QWILFISH 473 SHUCKLE 474 HERACROSS 476 CORSOLA 477 DELIBIRD 478 SKARMORY 479 STANTLER 480 SMEARGLE 482 SABLEYE 482 MAWILE 484 TORKOAL 485 SPINDA 486</p> <p>-Psudeo-Legendary Families 529 DRATINI 529 LARVITAR 532 TRAPINCH 536 BAGON 539 BELDUM 543 GIBLE 546 ROTOM 549</p> <p>How to Read the Pokedex Entries:At the heart of Pokemon: Tabletop Adventures are the monsters that the trainers capture and train. Their Tabletop Ordering, detailed at the end of this guide, lists the Pokemon entries. The entries are listed as such: Tabletop Number The Tabletop Number is a Pokedex reordering that places evolution lines that spanned different franchise generations next to each other in a sensible way. Three-stage evolution families are placed in the front of the Tabletop Pokedex, followed by two-stage families and one-stage families last. After these, Fossil Pokemon and Pseudo Legendaries are listed. Pokemon with a Tabletop Number that starts with the letter L are listed in the Legendary Pokedex, located in the Game Masters Guide. Species Name Each Pokemon is part of a Species grouping. Individual stages of a single Pokemons evolutionary line are not part of the same Species, but are part of the Species family. When talking about a specific evolutionary line, or branched evolutionary tree, it is common to refer to the line or branch by the Species name of the first Stage of the line. For example to talk about the Pichu, Pikachu and Raichu evolutionary line, you can call it the Pichu evolutionary line. Likewise, to refer to the Riolu and Lucario evolutionary line you can call it the Riolu evolutionary line. The refer to the Eevee, Jolteon, Vaporeon, Flareon, Umbreon, Espeon, Glaceon and Leafeon evolutionary branch you can call it the Eevee evolutionary line. Picture of Pokemon In every Pokemon entry in the Pokedex, a picture is provided to show what the average Species member looks like. However, various minor differences can be seen between individual members of the Species. Sometimes, a Pokemon can look drastically different from the norm of its Species in color. These oddities are known as Shiny Pokemon and are rare treasures sought out by collectors and coordinators all around the world.</p> <p>Tabletop Number. SPECIES NAME -Picture of Pokemon Vital Information Type(s): Abilities: Evolution: Stages Species Names Size Information Height: Feet Inches Meters Weight: Pounds Kilograms Breeding Information Gender Ratio: % Male % Female Egg Group(s): Average Hatch Rate: Hours Days Biology: Habitat: Capabilities: Move List Level Up Move List TM/HM Move List Egg Move List Tutor Move List</p> <p>Vital Information Type There are seventeen different Elemental Types in the world of Pokemon that are commonly separated into two archtypes; Physical and Special. The Physical Elemental Types are Bug, Fighting, Flying, Ghost, Ground, Normal, Rock and Steel. The Special Elemental Types are Dark, Dragon, Electric, Fire, Grass, Ice, Psychic and Water. Each Pokemon belongs to a specific Elemental Type and some Pokemon belong to two Elemental Types. Types affect how much damage a Pokemon takes when hit by Attacks and are very important factors to keep track of while battling. The Type Chart, on the following page, depicts effectiveness of attackers and defenders. The attacking Type corresponds to the attackers Moves Type and not the attackers Type itself. The defenders Type refers to its Type, disregarding any Types found on its Moves.</p> <p>Size Information Height and Weight The Height and Weights given for each Pokemon Species are averages determined by Pokemon Researchers around the world. It is not uncommon to see Pokemon who are up to 10% heavier or larger then the average or 10% lighter or smaller then the norm. When capturing Pokemon be sure to note their individual Heights and Weights. Be sure to note their changes if they evolve as well. Breeding Information When a female Pokemon is mature enough, it can produce eggs and if a male Pokemon is mature enough, it can fertilize them. When given some time alone, Pokemon of the opposite sex and appropriately matching Egg Groups can produce oval Eggs that are approximately 5.5 pounds or 2.5 kilograms. The Species of the newborn Pokemon is determined by the mother of the Egg and the Abilities, Moves, and Gender Ratio Not all Species of Pokemon have an equal distribution of male and female children. When finding a pokemon in the wild, knowing the gender of a particular pokemon may make or break your desire to capture the target. Egg Groups Abilities Pokemon Abilities are special natural born gifts that a pokemon can utilize. Pokemon have access to at least one of their abilities from birth but, once matured to level 40, can learn the other one of their abilities if they choose to. The glassary of Abilities are located in the Players Handbook. Evolution When Pokemon mature and age, their body drastically changes in mass and shape to reach a new Stage of their Evolutionary Line. Some Pokemon do not Evolve while others do and other can Evolve twice in their lifetime. Aside from learning more about the world and physically maturing, Pokemon need a great deal of emotion to urge their Evolution. Sometimes, confidence and happiness is enough for a pokemon to evolve and other times, it is a Pokemons frustration and hate that pushes it to change. Not all Pokemon can naturally evolve without foreign aid. Some Pokemon require the radiation found in Evolutionary Stones to mutate themselves into their next form. There are also Pokemon who require the attachment of a keepsake to promote their evolution. Next to these various ways to evolve there are even more ways for a Pokemon to meet their next level of maturity. Detailed in the Evolution section is the Species Names of the Pokemon that can be attained by the Species in question as well as the requirements to evolve. Remember, just because a Pokemon has met their minimum requirements does not mean they will evolve. Sometimes there are personal reasons for a Pokemon to not want to evolve. Pokemon are mysterious since they can cross breed between Evolutionary Stages and even Species, but not any Pokemon can mate with any Pokemon. There are limits and these limits are defined as Egg Groups. Pokemon can only produce Eggs when mating with a Pokemon that shares an Egg Group. The Egg Groups are Bug, Dragon, Fairy, Flying, Ground, Humanshape, Indeterminate, Mineral, Monster, Plant, Water 1, Water 2, Water 3. There is also the Ditto Egg Group, exclusive to the Pokemon Species Ditto, who can breed with any other Pokemon to produce an Egg while acting as either the male or female. Average Hatch Rate Depending on what Species the mother of the Egg is, the baby will be the lowest form of that Species Evolutionary Line. Each Species takes a different amount of time to hatch so the Average Hatch Rate covers how quickly the Egg should hatch. The Average Hatch Rate however is only an average. Sometimes the Egg may take twice the length of time or only half of it, depending how well the Egg is kept. Biology Pokemon look different from one Species to the next. The Biology entries give a short summary of how a particular Species works and what they require to work. The Biology entry lists common trait across all members of a species and explains what kind of food the Pokemon needs to survive. Carnivores primarily feed on other Pokemon, Herbivores will usually need leafy food, vegetables, nuts and fruits to survive, Omnivores can eat plants and other Pokemon, Phototrophs can photosynthesize their own food and energy. Some of the stranger diets some Pokemon have are that of a Terravore; one who feeds on the minerals found in rock and dirt around them, or the Nullivore; which does not need to eat anything to sustain itself for various reasons. Despite any primary feeding behavior any Pokemon can enjoy any edible Item designed for a Pokemon to consume such as Poffins, Apricorn Shakes or PokeBlocks. By keeping track of your Pokemons needs, you can influence their living conditions in a positive manner and make their partnership with you as Pokemon and Trainer more cooperative.</p> <p>Habitat There are some places that a particular Species of Pokemon will not thrive. For obvious reason, youll only find fish-like Pokemon in the water or rocky Pokemon near rocky places. The Habitat entry explains what kind of terrain to look for if you intend to hunt for a particular Species of Pokemon. Keep in mind, just because you may be in the appropriate terrain to find a particular Pokemon, it doesnt mean you are in the right region of specific location. Capabilities Each Species of Pokemon move at different rates in various terrains. They have different capacities for jumping strength and physical strength. Some Pokemon can fly while others can breath underwater. Many Species of Pokemon can be trained for being used as a Mount. Others are too small for that but can be used for infiltration as a result of their size. The Capabilities list all keywords relating to static abilities the Pokemon has. The gloassary of Capabilities is located before the Pokedex entries.</p> <p>TM/HM Move List Technical Machines and Hidden Machines are expensive devices that when injected into a Pokemon, grow an organ within the Pokemon that allows them to perform specific Moves that each TM and HM teaches. The amount of pain involved with the procedure is unbearable for a Pokemon without medical attention so it is a Trainers best interest to apply TMs and use HMs at Pokemon Centers. Not every Pokemon is compatible with every TM or HM so this list confirms which TMS and HMs will work successfully with each Species of Pokemon. These Moves are placed in the Pokemons Technical Move List. If a Pokemon learned a Move through the use of a TM or HM, but the Move is on their Level Up List, they may place the Move in their Natural Move List. Egg Move List When a mature parent Pokemon gains access to a powerful Move, they instill the ability to use the Move in their child. Cross Species breeding can result in young Pokemon knowing bizarre, out-of-naturaltyping, over powered Moves. The Egg Move List lists what Moves have been known to exist in the Species on occasion, from birth. These Moves are placed in the Pokemons Natural Move List. Tutor Move List There are masters in the world who have taken the aspect of a Move and realized how to imprint the technique in various Pokemon. If you can find one of these Tutors, this list explains which Moves the Tutors can teach to your Pokemon, if the Tutor knows how to teach that specific Move. Some Tutors even know how to teach Moves that are not learned naturally anywhere or taught by any TM or HM. These Moves are placed in the Pokemons Technical Move List. If a Pokemon learned a Move through the use of a Tutor, but the Move is on their Level Up List, they may place the Move in their Natural Move List.</p> <p>Move List Each Pokemon can learn Moves. Moves define how a Pokemon can be used in combat and are separated into various Elemental Types. A Move can be used to damage a foe or to alter variables in battle to gain an upper hand in battle. There are several ways for a Pokemon to learn a Move but a Pokemon must be compatible with the Move in order to be able to learn it. A Pokemon can learn a Move while gaining levels, from a Technical or Hidden Machine, when born they already know a Move or a tutor can teach the Pokemon a Move. When a Pokemon learns a Move, it is listed in their Natural Move List or their Technical Move List. The glossary of Moves are located in the Players Handbook. Level Up Move List Written into each Pokemon from birth is a list of every Move their species can learn while becoming more experienced in the world. Moves on the Level Up Move List are learned when the Pokemon reaches the specified level. These Moves are placed in the Pokemons Natural Move List.</p> <p>Capabilities:Most Capabilities are very simple to understand. Except for the Basic Capabilities, each Capability is listed with a paragraph following, that explains exactly how that Capability affects the pokemon who has it. Other then that, some Capabilities are paired with a Capability Type, which is paired purely for the ranger class, who draws on specific aspects of nature when looking for specific talents for their job. However, Basic Capabilities are slightly more complicated. That is because each pokemon in the Pokedex has Ba...</p>