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Non-Story Pokémon SwSh Datamine Thread (SPOILER WARNING, It's Finally Here!)

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THIS IS A NON-STORY DATAMINE THREAD. SPOILERS ON THE PLOT WILL GO TO THE STORY THREAD ONCE I MAKE IT.

Yup, Kaphotics has already confirmed that a datamine is incoming. I'll be posting details as they come. Nevermind, Kaphotics got me, however, I'll be working on things till they are ready. The Datamine is finally here.

Grookey: Grass, Overgrow (Hidden: Grassy Surge), Field and Grass Egg Groups.
Thwackey: Grass, Overgrow (Hidden: Grassy Surge), evolves from Grookey at level 16, Field and Grass Egg Groups.
Rillaboom: Grass, Overgrow (Hidden: Grassy Surge), evolves from Thwackey at level 35, Field and Grass Egg Groups.
Scorbunny: Fire, Blaze (Hidden: Libero), Field and Human-Like Egg Groups.
Raboot: Fire, Blaze (Hidden: Libero), evolves from Scorbunny at level 16, Field and Human-Like Egg Groups.
Cinderace: Fire, Blaze (Hidden: Libero), evolves from Raboot at level 35, Field and Human-Like Egg Groups.
Sobble: Water, Torrent (Hidden: Sniper), Water 1 and Field Egg Groups.
Drizzile: Water, Torrent (Hidden: Sniper), evolves from Sobble at level 16, Water 1 and Field Egg Groups.
Inteleon: Water, Torrent (Hidden: Sniper), evolves from Drizzile at level 35, Water 1 and Field Egg Groups.

Grookey: Grass, Overgrow (Hidden: Grassy Surge), Field and Grass Egg Groups.
Thwackey: Grass, Overgrow (Hidden: Grassy Surge), evolves from Grookey at level 16, Field and Grass Egg Groups.
Rillaboom: Grass, Overgrow (Hidden: Grassy Surge), evolves from Thwackey at level 35, Field and Grass Egg Groups.
Scorbunny: Fire, Blaze (Hidden: Libero), Field and Human-Like Egg Groups.
Raboot: Fire, Blaze (Hidden: Libero), evolves from Scorbunny at level 16, Field and Human-Like Egg Groups.
Cinderace: Fire, Blaze (Hidden: Libero), evolves from Raboot at level 35, Field and Human-Like Egg Groups.
Sobble: Water, Torrent (Hidden: Sniper), Water 1 and Field Egg Groups.
Drizzile: Water, Torrent (Hidden: Sniper), evolves from Sobble at level 16, Water 1 and Field Egg Groups.
Inteleon: Water, Torrent (Hidden: Sniper), evolves from Drizzile at level 35, Water 1 and Field Egg Groups.
Blipbug: Bug, Swarm/Compound Eyes (Hidden: Telepathy), Bug Egg Group.
Dottler: Bug/Psychic, Swarm/Compound Eyes (Hidden: Telepathy), evolves from Blipbug at level 10, Bug Egg Group.
Orbeetle: Bug/Psychic, Swarm/Frisk (Hidden: Telepathy), evolves from Dottler at level 30, Bug Egg Group.
Rookidee: Flying, Keen Eye/Unnerve (Hidden: Big Pecks), Flying Egg Group.
Corvisquire: Flying, Keen Eye/Unnerve (Hidden: Big Pecks), evolves from Rookidee at level 18, Flying Egg Group.
Corviknight: Flying/Steel, Pressure/Unnerve (Hidden: Mirror Armor), evolves from Corvisquire at level 38, Flying Egg Group.
Skwovet: Normal, Cheek Pouch (Hidden: Gluttony), Field Egg Group.
Greedent: Normal, Cheek Pouch (Hidden: Gluttony), evolves from Skwovet at level 24, Field Egg Group.
Nickit: Dark, Run Away/Unburden (Hidden: Stakeout), Field Egg Group.
Thievul: Dark, Run Away/Unburden (Hidden: Stakeout), evolves from Nickit at level 18, Field Egg Group.
Obstagoon: Dark/Normal, Reckless/Guts (Hidden: Defiant), evolves from Galarian Linoone at level 35 at night, Field Egg Group.
Wooloo: Normal, Fluffy/Run Away (Hidden: Bulletproof), Field Egg Group.
Dubwool: Normal, Fluffy/Steadfast (Hidden: Bulletproof), evolves from Wooloo at level 24, Field Egg Group.
Chewtle: Water, Strong Jaw/Shell Armor (Hidden: Swift Swim), Monster and Water 1 Egg Groups.
Drednaw: Water/Rock, Strong Jaw/Shell Armor (Hidden: Swift Swim), evolves from Chewtle at level 22, Monster and Water 1 Egg Groups.
Yamper: Electric, Ball Fetch (Hidden: Rattled), Field Egg Group.
Boltund: Electric, Strong Jaw (Hidden: Competitive), evolves from Yamper at level 25, Field Egg Group.
Gossifleur: Grass, Cotton Down/Regenerator (Hidden: Effect Spore), Grass Egg Group.
Eldegoss: Grass, Cotton Down/Regenerator (Hidden: Effect Spore), evolves from Gossifleur at level 20, Grass Egg Group.
Sizzlipede: Fire/Bug, Flash Fire/White Smoke (Hidden: Flame Body), Bug Egg Group.
Centiskorch: Fire/Bug, Flash Fire/White Smoke (Hidden: Flame Body), evolves from Sizzlipede at level 28, Bug Egg Group.
Rolycoly: Rock, Steam Engine/Heatproof (Hidden: Flash Fire), Mineral Egg Group.
Carkol: Rock/Fire, Steam Engine/Flame Body (Hidden: Flash Fire), evolves from Rolycoly at level 18, Mineral Egg Group.
Coalossal: Rock/Fire, Steam Engine/Flame Body (Hidden: Flash Fire), evolves from Carkol at level 34, Mineral Egg Group.
Arrokuda: Water, Swift Swim (Hidden: Propeller Tail), Water 2 Egg Group.
Barraskewda: Water, Swift Swim (Hidden: Propeller Tail), evolves from Arrokuda at level 26, Water 2 Egg Group.
Perrserker: Steel, Battle Armor/Tough Claws (Hidden: Steely Spirit), evolves from Galarian Meowth at level 28, Field Egg Group.
Milcery: Fairy, Sweet Veil (Hidden: Aroma Veil), Fairy and Amorphous Egg Groups.
Alcremie: Fairy, Sweet Veil (Hidden: Aroma Veil), evolves from Milcery by spinning it at Pokémon Camp while equipped with a topping, Fairy and Amorphous Egg Groups.
Applin: Grass/Dragon, Ripen/Gluttony (Hidden: Bulletproof), Grass and Dragon Egg Groups.
Flapple: Grass/Dragon, Ripen/Gluttony, (Hidden: Hustle), evolves from Applin by using a Tart Apple on it, Grass and Dragon Egg Groups.
Appletun: Grass/Dragon, Ripen/Gluttony (Hidden: Thick Fat), evolves from Applin by using a Sweet Apple on it, Grass and Dragon Egg Groups.
Sirfetch'd: Fighting, Steadfast (Hidden: Scrappy), evolves from Galarian Farfetch'd by getting three Critical Hits in one battle, Flying and Field Egg Groups.
Cursola: Ghost, Weak Armor (Hidden: Perish Body), evolves from Galarian Corsola at level 38, Water 1 and Water 3 Egg Groups.
Impidimp: Dark/Fairy, Prankster/Frisk (Hidden: Pickpocket), Fairy and Human-Like Egg Groups.
Morgrem: Dark/Fairy, Prankster/Frisk (Hidden: Pickpocket), evolves from Impidimp at level 32, Fairy and Human-Like Egg Groups.
Grimmsnarl: Dark/Fairy, Prankster/Frisk (Hidden: Pickpocket), evolves from Morgrem at level 42, Fairy and Human-Like Egg Groups.
Hatenna: Psychic, Healer/Anticipation (Hidden: Magic Bounce), Fairy Egg Group.
Hattrem: Psychic, Healer/Anticipation (Hidden: Magic Bounce), evolves from Hatenna at level 32, Fairy Egg Group.
Hatterene: Psychic/Fairy, Healer/Anticipation (Hidden: Magic Bounce), evolves from Hattrem at level 42, Fairy Egg Group.
Cufant: Steel, Sheer Force (Hidden: Heavy Metal), Field and Mineral Egg Groups.
Copperajah: Steel, Sheer Force (Hidden: Heavy Metal), evolves from Cufant at level 34, Field and Mineral Egg Groups.
Cramorant: Flying/Water, Gulp Missile, Water 1 and Flying Egg Groups.
Toxel: Poison/Electric, Rattled/Static (Hidden: Klutz), Undiscovered Egg Group.
Toxtricity: Poison/Electric, Punk Rock/Plus in Amped forme, Punk Rock/Minus in Lowkey forme (Hidden: Technician), evolves from Toxel by at level 30 with the forme depending on the nature it has (Nature Mints don't affect anything), Human-Like Egg Group.
Silicobra: Ground, Sand Spit/Shed Skin (Hidden: Sand Veil), Field and Dragon Egg Groups.
Sandaconda: Ground, Sand Spit/Shed Skin (Hidden: Sand Veil), evolves from Silicobra at level 36, Field and Dragon Egg Groups.
Runerigus: Ghost/Ground, Wandering Spirit, evolves from Galarian Yamask by having more than 49 damage and walking under the stone sculpture at the Dusty Bowl in the Wild Area, Mineral and Amorphous Egg Groups.
Sinistea: Ghost, Weak Armor (Hidden: Cursed Body), Mineral and Amorphous Egg Groups.
Polteageist: Ghost, Weak Armor (Hidden: Cursed Body), evolves from Sinistea by using a Cracked Pot or a Chipped Pot on it, Mineral and Amorphous Egg Groups.
Indeedee: Psychic/Normal, Inner Focus/Synchronize if male and Own Tempo/Synchronize if female, Fairy Egg Group.
Morpeko: Electric/Dark, Hunger Switch, Field and Fairy Egg Groups.
Falinks: Fighting, Battle Armor (Hidden: Defiant), Fairy and Mineral Egg Groups.
Snom: Ice/Bug, Shield Dust (Hidden: Ice Scales), Bug Egg Group.
Frosmoth: Ice/Bug, Shield Dust (Hidden: Ice Scales), evolves from Snom with high friendship at night, Bug Egg Group.
Clobbopus: Fighting, Limber (Hidden: Technician), Water 1 and Human-Like Egg Groups.
Grapploct: Fighting, Limber (Hidden: Technician), evolves from Clobbopus by leveling up while knowing Taunt, Water 1 and Human-Like Egg Groups.
Pincurchin: Electric, Lightning Rod (Hidden: Electric Surge), Water 1 and Amorphous Egg Groups.
Mr. Rime: Psychic/Ice, Tangled Feet/Screen Cleaner (Hidden: Ice Body), evolves from Galarian Mr. Mime at level 42, Human-Like Group.
Stonjourner: Rock, Power Spot, Mineral Egg Group.
Eiscue: Ice, Ice Face, Water 1 and Field Egg Groups.
Duraludon: Steel/Dragon, Light Metal/Heavy Metal (Hidden: Stalwart), Mineral and Dragon Egg Groups.
Dracozolt: Electric/Dragon, Volt Absorb/Hustle (Hidden: Sand Rush), Undiscovered Egg Group.
Arctozolt: Electric/Ice, Volt Absorb/Static (Hidden: Slush Rush), Undiscovered Egg Group.
Dracovish: Water/Dragon, Water Absorb/Strong Jaw (Hidden: Sand Rush), Undiscovered Egg Group.
Arctovish: Water/Ice, Water Absorb/Ice Body (Hidden: Slush Rush), Undiscovered Egg Group.
Dreepy: Dragon/Ghost, Clear Body/Infiltrator (Hidden: Cursed Body), Amorphous and Dragon Egg Groups.
Drakloak: Dragon/Ghost, Clear Body/Infiltrator (Hidden: Cursed Body), evolves from Dreepy at level 50, Amorphous and Dragon Egg Groups.
Dragapult: Dragon/Ghost, Clear Body/Infiltrator (Hidden: Cursed Body), evolves from Drakloak at level 60, Amorphous and Dragon Egg Groups.
Zacian: Fairy (without armor) and Fairy/Steel (with armor), Intrepid Sword, Undiscovered Egg Group.
Zamazenta: Fighting (without armor) and Fighting/Steel (with armor), Dauntless Shield, Undiscovered Egg Group.
Eternatus: Poison/Dragon, Pressure, Undiscovered.
At least two scrubbed Mythicals (they finally learned their lesson)

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Cleffa line
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Farfetch'd
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Onix line
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Tyrogue line
Koffing line
Rhyhorn line
Goldeen line
Mime Jr. line
Magikarp line
Lapras
Ditto
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Mewtwo
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Hoothoot line
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Sableye
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Torkoal
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Jirachi
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Throh
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Sigilyph
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Heatmor
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Cobalion
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Virizion
Reshiram
Zekrom
Kyurem
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Honedge line
Spritzee line
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Inkay line
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Helioptile line
Hawlucha
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Pumpkaboo line
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Wishiwashi
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Bounsweet line
Oranguru
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Pyukumuku
Type: Null line
Turtonator
Togedemaru
Mimikyu
Drampa
Dhelmise
Jangmo-o line
Cosmog line
Necrozma
Marshadow
Zeraora
Meltan line

WORK IN PROGRESS

Zigzagoon: Dark/Normal, Pickup/Gluttony (Hidden: Quick Feet), Field Egg Group.
Linoone: Dark/Normal, Pickup/Gluttony (Hidden: Quick Feet), evolves from Galarian Zigzagoon at level 20, Field Egg Group.
Meowth: Steel, Pickup/Tough Claws (Hidden: Rattled), Field Egg Group.
Farfetch'd: Fighting, Steadfast (Hidden: Scrappy), Flying and Field Egg Groups.
Stunfisk: Ground/Steel, Mimicry, Water 1 and Amorphous Egg Groups.
Corsola: Ghost, Weak Armor (Hidden: Cursed Body), Water 1 and Water 3 Egg Groups.
Weezing: Poison/Fairy, Levitate/Neutralizing Gas (Hidden: Stench), evolves from Koffing at level 35, Amorphous Egg Group.
Yamask: Ghost/Ground, Wandering Spirit, Mineral and Amorphous Egg Groups.
Ponyta: Psychic, Run Away/Pastel Veil (Hidden: Anticipation), Field Egg Group.
Rapidash: Psychic/Fairy, Run Away/Pastel Veil (Hidden: Anticipation), evolves from Galarian Ponyta at level 40, Field Egg Group.
Mr. Mime: Psychic/Ice, Vital Spirit/Screen Cleaner (Hidden: Ice Body), evolves from Mime Jr. by leveling up while knowing Copycat, Human-Like Egg Group.
Darumaka: Ice, Hustle (Hidden: Inner Focus), Field Egg Group.
Darmanitan: Ice in normal forme and Ice/Fire in Zen Mode, Gorilla Tactics (Hidden: Zen Mode), evolves from Darumaka by using an Ice Stone, Field Egg Group.

G-Zigzagoon: 38/30/41/30/41/60 (BST=240)
G-Linoone: 78/70/61/50/61/100 (BST=420)
G-Meowth: 50/65/55/40/40/40 (BST=290)
G-Farfetch'd: 52/95/5558/62/55 (BST=377)
G-Stunfisk: 109/81/99/66/84/32 (BST=471)
G-Corsola: 60/55/100/65/100/30 (BST=410)
G-Weezing: 65/90/120/85/70/60 (BST=490)
G-Yamask: 38/55/85/30/65/30 (BST=303)
G-Ponyta: 50/85/55/65/65/90 (BST=410)
G-Rapidash: 65/100/70/80/80/105 (BST= 500)
G-Mr. Mime: 50/65/65/90/90/100 (BST=460)
G-Darumaka: 70/90/45/15/45/50 (BST=315)
G-Darmanitan: 105/140/55/30/55/95 (BST=480)
G-Darmanitan (Zen Mode): 105/160/55/30/55/135 (BST=540)

Grookey: 50/65/50/40/40/65 (BST=310)
Thwackey: 70/85/70/55/60/80 (BST=420)
Rillaboom: 100/125/90/60/70/85 (BST=530)
Scorbunny: 50/71/40/40/40/69 (BST=310)
Raboot: 65/86/60/55/60/94 (BST=420)
Cinderace: 80/116/75/65/75/119 (BST=530)
Sobble: 50/40/40/70/40/70 (BST=310)
Drizzile: 65/60/55/95/55/90 (BST=420)
Inteleon: 70/85/65/125/65/120 (BST=530)
Skwovet: 70/55/55/35/35/25 (BST=275)
Greedent: 120/95/95/55/75/20 (BST=460)
Rookidee: 38/47/35/33/35/57 (BST=245)
Corvisquire: 68/67/55/43/55/77 (BST=365)
Corviknight: 98/87/105/53/85/67 (BST=495)
Blipbug: 25/20/20/25/45/45 (BST=180)
Dottler: 50/35/80/50/90/30 (BST=335)
Orbeetle: 60/45/110/80/120/90 (BST=505)
Nickit: 40/28/28/47/52/50 (BST=245)
Thievul: 70/58/58/87/92/90 (BST=455)
Gossifleur: 40/40/60/40/60/10 (BST=250)
Eldegoss: 60/50/90/80/120/60 (BST=460)
Wooloo: 42/40/55/40/45/48 (BST=270)
Dubwool: 72/80/100/60/90/88 (BST=490)
Chewtle: 50/64/50/38/38/44 (BST=284)
Drednaw: 90/115/90/48/68/74 (BST=485)
Yamper: 59/45/50/40/50/26 (BST=270)
Boltund: 69/90/60/90/60/121 (BST=490)
Rolycoly: 30/40/50/40/50/30 (BST=240)
Carkol: 80/60/90/60/70/50 (BST=410)
Coalossal: 110/80/120/80/90/30 (BST=510)
Applin: 40/40/80/40/40/20 (BST=260)
Flapple: 70/110/80/95/60/70 (BST=485)
Appletun: 110/85/80/100/80/30 (BST=485)
Silicobra: 52/57/75/35/50/46 (BST=315)
Sandaconda: 72/107/125/65/70/71 (BST=510)
Cramorant: 70/85/55/85/95/85 (BST=475)
Arrokuda: 41/63/40/40/30/66 (BST=280)
Barraskewda: 61/123/60/60/50/136 (BST=490)
Toxel: 40/38/35/54/35/40 (BST=242)
Toxtricity: 75/98/70/114/70/75 (BST=502)
Sizzlipede: 50/65/45/50/50/45 (BST=305)
Centiskorch: 100/115/65/90/90/65 (BST=525)
Clobbopus: 50/68/60/50/50/32 (BST=310)
Grapploct: 80/118/90/70/80/42 (BST=480)
Sinistea: 40/45/45/74/54/50 (BST=308)
Polteageist: 60/65/65/134/114/70 (BST=508)
Hatenna: 42/30/45/56/53/39 (BST=265)
Hattrem: 57/40/65/86/73/49 (BST=370)
Hatterene: 57/90/95/136/103/29 (BST=510)
Impidimp: 45/45/30/55/40/50 (BST=265)
Morgrem: 65/60/45/75/55/70 (BST=370)
Grimmsnarl: 95/120/65/95/75/60 (BST=510)
Obstagoon: 93/90/101/60/81/95 (BST=520)
Perrserker: 70/110/100/50/60/50 (BST=440)
Cursola: 60/95/50/145/130/30 (BST=510)
Sirfetch'd: 62/135/95/68/82/65 (BST=507)
Mr. Rime: 80/85/75/110/100/70 (BST=520)
Runerigus: 58/95/145/50/105/30 (BST=483)
Milcery: 45/40/40/50/61/34 (BST=270)
Alcremie: 65/60/75/110/121/64 (BST=495)
Falinks: 65/100/100/70/60/75 (BST=470)
Pincurchin: 48/101/95/91/85/15 (BST=435)
Snom: 30/25/35/45/30/20 (BST=185)
Frosmoth: 70/65/60/125/90/65 (BST=475)
Stonjourner: 100/125/135/20/20/70 (BST=470)
Eiscue: 75/80/110/65/90/50 (BST=470)
Eiscue (Noice): 75/80/70/65/50/130 (BST=470)
Indeedee (Male): 60/65/55/105/95/95 (BST=475)
Indeedee (Female): 70/55/65/95/105/85 (BST=475)
Morpeko: 58/95/58/70/58/97 (BST=436)
Cufant: 72/80/49/40/49/40 (BST=330)
Copperajah: 122/130/69/80/69/30 (BST=500)
Dracozolt: 90/100/90/80/70/75 (BST=505)
Arctozolt: 90/100/90/90/80/55 (BST=505)
Dracovish: 90/90/100/70/80/75 (BST=505)
Arctovish: 90/90/100/80/90/55 (BST=505)
Duraludon: 70/95/115/120/50/85 (BST=535)
Dreepy: 28/60/30/40/30/82 (BST=270)
Drakloak: 68/80/50/60/50/102 (BST=410)
Dragapult: 88/120/75/100/75/142 (BST=600)
Zacian: 92/130/115/80/115/138 (BST=670)
Zacian (with Sword): 92/170/115/80/115/148 (BST=720)
Zamazenta: 92/130/115/80/115/138 (BST=670)
Zamazenta (with Shield): 92/130/145/80/145/128 (BST=720)
Eternatus: 140/85/95/145/95/130 (BST=690)
Eternatus (Eternamax): 255/115/250/125/250/130 (BST=1125)

Charizard
Butterfree
Pikachu
Meowth
Machamp
Gengar
Kingler
Lapras
Eevee
Snorlax
Garbodor
Melmetal
Corviknight
Orbeetle
Drednaw
Coalossal
Flapple
Appletun
Sandaconda
Toxtricity
Centiskorch
Hatterene
Grimmsnarl
Alcremie
Copperajah
Duraludon
Eternatus

Sword

Seedot line
Swirlix line
Scraggy line
Sawk
Passimian
Rufflet line
Solrock
Mawile
Gothita line
Deino line
Jangmo-o line
Stonjourner
Farfetch'd line
Darumaka line
G-Max Coalossal
G-Max Machamp
G-Max Flapple

Shield

Lotad line
Spritzee line
Croagunk line
Throh
Oranguru
Vullaby line
Lunatone
Sableye
Solosis line
Larvitar line
Goomy line
Eiscue
Ponyta line
Corsola line
G-Max Lapras
G-Max Gengar
G-Max Appletun

Coming soon...

Karate Chop
Double Slap
Comet Punch
Razor Wind
Jump Kick
Rolling Kick
Twineedle
Sonic Boom
Dragon Rage
Meditate
Rage
Barrier
Bide
Mirror Move
Egg Bomb
Bone Club
Clamp
Spike Cannon
Constrict
Kinesis
Barrage
Bubble
Dizzy Punch
Flash
Psywave
Sharpen
Spider Web
Nightmare
Feint Attack
Foresight
Return
Frustration
Magnitude
Pursuit
Hidden Power
Smelling Salts
Assist
Refresh
Snatch
Secret Power
Camouflage
Mud Sport
Ice Ball
Needle Arm
Odor Sleuth
Silver Wind
Grass Whistle
Signal Beam
Sky Uppercut
Water Sport
Miracle Eye
Wake-Up Slap
Natural Gift
Embargo
Trump Card
Heal Block
Wring Out
Lucky Chant
Me First
Punishment
Mud Bomb
Mirror Shot
Rock Climb
Magnet Bomb
Captivate
Heal Order
Ominous Wind
Telekinesis
Flame Burst
Synchronoise
Chip Away
Sky Drop
Bestow
Heart Stamp
Steamroller
Rototiller
Ion Deluge
Breakneck Blitz
All-Out Pummeling
Supersonic Skystrike
Acid Downpour
Tectonic Rage
Continental Crush
Savage Spin-Out
Never-Ending Nightmare
Corkscrew Crash
Inferno Overdrive
Hydro Vortex
Bloom Doom
Gigavolt Havoc
Shattered Psyche
Subzero Slammer
Devastating Drake
Black Hole Eclipse
Twinkle Tackle
Catastropika
Spotlight
Sinister Arrow Raid
Malicious Moonsault
Oceanic Operetta
Guardian of Alola
Soul-Stealing 7-Star Strike
Stoked Sparksurfer
Pulverizing Pancake
Extreme Evoboost
Genesis Supernova
10,000,000 Volt Thunderbolt
Light That Burns the Sky
Searing Sunraze Smash
Menacing Moonraze Maelstrom
Let's Snuggle Forever
Splintered Stormshards
Clangorous Soulblaze
Zippy Zap
Splishy Splash
Floaty Fall
Pika Papow
Bouncy Bubble
Buzzy Buzz
Sizzly Slide
Glitzy Glow
Baddy Bad
Sappy Seed
Freezy Frost
Sparkly Swirl
Veevee Volley

Ball Fetch: If the Pokémon is not holding an item, it will fetch the Poké Ball from the first failed throw of the battle.

Cotton Down: When a Pokémon with this Ability is hit by a move, the Speed of the attacking Pokémon is decreased by one stage.

Dauntless Shield: Boosts the Pokémon's Defense when the Pokémon enters a battle.

Gorilla Tactics: Boosts the Pokemon's Attack Stat, but only allows the first selected move.

Gulp Missile: After using Surf or Dive, Cramorant will turn into its Gulping Form. If it takes damage, it will damage the attacker.

Hunger Switch: A Morpeko with Hunger Switch will change between its Full Belly Mode and Hangry Mode every turn.

Ice Face: The Pokémon's ice face can take a physical attack as a substitute, but the attack also changes the Pokémon's appearance. The ice will be restored when it hails.

Ice Scales: The Pokemon is protected by Ice Scales, which halve the power of special moves.

Intrepid Sword: Boosts the Pokémon's Attack when the Pokémon enters a battle.

Libero: Changes the Pokémon's type depending on what move they are using. (basically Protean)

Mimicry: Changes the Pokémon's type depending on the terrain.

Mirror Armor: Bounces back only the stat-lowering effects that the Pokémon receives.

Neutralizing Gas: Suppresses the effects of Abilities of all Pokémon currently in battle.

Pastel Veil: Prevents the Pokémon with this Ability and its allies from being afflicted by poison. It also heals ally poison when sent out.

Perish Body: When hit by a move that makes direct contact, the Pokémon and the attacker will faint after three turns unless they switch out of battle.

Propeller Tail: Negates other Pokemon's abilities and draw in moves.

Punk Rock: Boosts the power of sound-based moves. This Pokémon also takes half the damage from these kinds of moves.

Ripen: Ripens Berries and double their effect.

Sand Spit: Starts a sandstorm upon being hit by an attack.

Screen Cleaner: When the Pokémon enters battle, the effects of Light Screen, Reflect, and Aurora Veil are nullified for both opposing and ally Pokémon.

Stalwart: Ignores the effects of opposing Pokémon's Abilities and moves that draw in moves.

Steam Engine: When a Pokémon with Steam Engine is hit by an Fire-type or Water-type move, its Speed stat is increased by three stages. Does not make you immune.

Wandering Spirit: The Pokémon exchanges Abilities with a Pokémon that hits it with a move that makes direct contact.

Endorsement: A letter of recommendation that you’ll need in order to participate in the Gym Challenge.

Pokémon Box Link: A device that allows you to access the Pokémon storage system. There are some places where it won’t work.

Wishing Star: A stone found in the Galar region with a mysterious power. It’s said that your dreams come true if you find one.

Dynamax Band: A Wishing Star has been affixed to it. It lets out a light that allows Pokémon to Dynamax when at a Power Spot.

Rotom Bike: This bike can be combined with the Pokémon Rotom to use a turbo boost.

Sausages: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. These sausages should be boiled before eating.

Bob’s Food Tin: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. The tinned food that Bob sells is curiously popular in Galar.

Bach’s Food Tin: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. The tinned food that Bach sells is curiously popular in Galar.

Tin of Beans: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. When simmered, the beans suffuse a dish with their mild flavor.

Bread: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. An indispensable tool for mopping up that extra curry left on your plate.

Pasta: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. These flour noodles make for a surprisingly good match with curry.

Mixed Mushrooms: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. The chewy texture of the mushrooms transforms any dish they’re added to.

Smoke-Poke Tail: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. When a Slowpoke’s tail falls off, it grows back quickly.

Large Leek: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. Whether this is the kind of vegetable stalk that Farfetch’d like is unknown.

Fancy Apple: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. An apple chosen above others. It has spectacular form and a brilliant sheen.

Brittle Bones: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. The taste boiled off from the bones is sure to give a dish a light umami taste.

Pack of Potatoes: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. Potatoes help mellow out a spicy taste, to make a dish more mild.

Pungent Root: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. Though carelessly picked, these herbs can add a fragrant accent to a dish.

Salad Mix: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. The assortment of vegetables looks quite appealing and healthy.

Fried Food: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. It’s been a while since it was fried, so it’s gotten greasy.

Boiled Egg: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. Even just one boiled egg can really enhance a dish.

Camping Gear: Everything you need to set up a tent and get cooking in a Wild Area or at a camping spot.

Rusted Sword: It is said that a hero used this sword to halt a terrible disaster in ancient times. But it’s grown rusty and worn.

Rusted Shield: It is said that a hero used this shield to halt a terrible disaster in ancient times. But it’s grown rusty and worn.

Fossilized Bird: The fossil of an ancient Pokémon that once soared through the sky. What it looked like is a mystery.

Fossilized Fish: The fossil of an ancient Pokémon that once lived in the sea. What it looked like is a mystery.

Fossilized Drake: The fossil of an ancient Pokémon that once roamed the land. What it looked like is a mystery.

Fossilized Dino: The fossil of an ancient Pokémon that once lived in the sea. What it looked like is a mystery.

Strawberry Sweet: A strawberry-shaped sweet. When a Milcery holds this, it will spin around happily.

Love Sweet: A heart-shaped sweet. When a Milcery holds this, it spins around happily.

Berry Sweet: A berry-shaped sweet. When a Milcery holds this, it spins around happily.

Clover Sweet: A clover-shaped sweet. When a Milcery holds this, it spins around happily.

Flower Sweet: A flower-shaped sweet. When a Milcery holds this, it spins around happily.

Star Sweet: A star-shaped sweet. When a Milcery holds this, it spins around happily.

Ribbon Sweet: A ribbon-shaped sweet. When a Milcery holds this, it spins around happily.

Sweet Apple: A peculiar apple that can make a certain species of Pokémon evolve. It’s exceptionally sweet.

Tart Apple: A peculiar apple that can make a certain species of Pokémon evolve. It’s exceptionally tart.

Throat Spray: Raises Sp. Atk when a Pokémon uses a sound-based move.

Eject Pack: An item to be held by a Pokémon. When the holder’s stats are lowered, it will be switched out of battle.

Heavy-Duty Boots: These boots prevent the effects of traps set on the battlefield.

Blunder Policy: Raises Speed sharply when a Pokémon misses with a move because of accuracy.

Room Service: An item to be held by a Pokémon. Lowers Speed when Trick Room takes effect.

Utility Umbrella: An item to be held by a Pokémon. This sturdy umbrella protects the holder from the effects of weather.

Exp. Candy XS: A candy that is packed with energy. When consumed, it will grant a single Pokémon a very small amount of Exp. Points.

Exp. Candy S: A candy that is packed with energy. When consumed, it will grant a single Pokémon a small amount of Exp. Points.

Exp. Candy M: A candy that is packed with energy. When consumed, it will grant a single Pokémon a moderate amount of Exp. Points.

Exp. Candy L: A candy that is packed with energy. When consumed, it will grant a single Pokémon a large amount of Exp. Points.

Exp. Candy XL: A candy that is packed with energy. When consumed, it will grant a single Pokémon a very large amount of Exp. Points.

Dynamax Candy: A candy that is packed with energy. When consumed, it will raise the Dynamax Level of a single Pokémon by one. A higher level means higher HP when Dynamaxed.

Lonely Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Attack will grow more easily, but its Defense will grow more slowly.

Adamant Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Attack will grow more easily, but its Sp. Atk will grow more slowly.

Naughty Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Attack will grow more easily, but its Sp. Def will grow more slowly.

Brave Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Attack will grow more easily, but its Speed will grow more slowly.

Bold Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Defense will grow more easily, but its Attack will grow more slowly.

Impish Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Defense will grow more easily, but its Sp. Atk will grow more slowly.

Lax Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Defense will grow more easily, but its Sp. Def will grow more slowly.

Relaxed Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Defense will grow more easily, but its Speed will grow more slowly.

Modest Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Sp. Atk will grow more easily, but its Attack will grow more slowly.

Mild Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Sp. Atk will grow more easily, but its Defense will grow more slowly.

Rash Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Sp. Atk will grow more easily, but its Sp. Def will grow more slowly.

Quiet Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Sp. Atk will grow more easily, but its Speed will grow more slowly.

Calm Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Sp. Def will grow more easily, but its Attack will grow more slowly.

Gentle Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Sp. Def will grow more easily, but its Defense will grow more slowly.

Careful Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Sp. Def will grow more easily, but its Sp. Atk will grow more slowly.

Sassy Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Sp. Def will grow more easily, but its Speed will grow more slowly.

Timid Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Speed will grow more easily, but its Attack will grow more slowly.

Hasty Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Speed will grow more easily, but its Defense will grow more slowly.

Jolly Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Speed will grow more easily, but its Sp. Atk will grow more slowly.

Naive Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, its Speed will grow more easily, but its Sp. Def will grow more slowly.

Serious Mint: When a Pokémon smells this mint, all of its stats will grow at an equal rate.

Wishing Piece: Throw one into a Pokémon Den to attract a wild Dynamax Pokémon.

Cracked Pot: A peculiar teapot that can make a certain species of Pokémon evolve. It may be cracked, but tea poured from it is delicious.

Chipped Pot: A peculiar teapot that can make a certain species of Pokémon evolve. It may be chipped, but tea poured from it is delicious.

Hi-tech Earbuds: Strange earbuds that allow you to freely control the volume of various sounds.

Fruit Bunch: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. The syrupy fruits give off a strong tropical feel.

Moomoo Cheese: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. Melted cheese can really give a curry some richness.

Spice Mix: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. There are over fifty spices contained within this ingredient’s hot flavor.

Fresh Cream: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. Add some whipped cream to a spicy curry to give it some sweetness.

Packaged Curry: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. Using packaged curry helps make sure there are no slipups when cooking.

Coconut Milk: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. The refined sweetness of this coconut milk makes it quite popular.

Instant Noodles: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. It has a junk-food sort of taste, but it goes well with curry.

Precooked Burger: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. If you’re unsure about what to cook, you can’t go wrong with some burger.

Gigantamix: One of the many ingredients that can be used for cooking at your camp. A mysterious spice. Even a tiny sprinkle is sure to make a curry gigantic.

Wishing Chip: Toss a number of them into a Pokémon Den for the chance to attract a wild Dynamax Pokémon.

Rotom Bike: This bike can be combined with the Pokémon Rotom to not only do a turbo boost but also run on the water.

Catching Charm: Holding it is said to increase the chance of getting a critical catch. Curiously, the charm doesn’t shake much.

Old Letter: A letter entrusted to you by a girl, to be delivered to a boy. Strangely, it looks old to you.

Band Autograph: It’s signed by all members of the Galar region’s most charismatic band, the Maximizers.

Sonia’s Book: Professor Sonia’s published writings. Her new discoveries about the Galar region’s legends are recorded in this enjoyable read.

Rotom Catalog: A catalog of devices that Rotom like. Use the catalog to have Rotom hop in and out of the various devices listed within.

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TM01 - Mega Punch
TM02 - Mega Kick
TM03 - Pay Day
TM04 - Fire Punch
TM05 - Ice Punch
TM06 - Thunder Punch
TM07 - Fly
TM08 - Pin Missile
TM09 - Hyper Beam
TM10 - Giga Impact
TM11 - Magical Leaf
TM12 - Solar Beam
TM13 - Solar Blade
TM14 - Fire Spin
TM15 - Thunder Wave
TM16 - Dig
TM17 - Screech
TM18 - Light Screen
TM19 - Reflect
TM20 - Safeguard
TM21 - Self-Destruct
TM22 - Rest
TM23 - Rock Slide
TM24 - Thief
TM25 - Snore
TM26 - Protect
TM27 - Scary Face
TM28 - Icy Wind
TM29 - Giga Drain
TM30 - Charm
TM31 - Steel Wing
TM32 - Attract
TM33 - Sandstorm
TM34 - Rain Dance
TM35 - Sunny Day
TM36 - Hail
TM37 - Whirlpool
TM38 - Beat Up
TM39 - Will-o-Wisp
TM40 - Facade
TM41 - Swift
TM42 - Helping Hand
TM43 - Revenge
TM44 - Brick Break
TM45 - Imprison
TM46 - Dive
TM47 - Weather Ball
TM48 - Fake Tears
TM49 - Rock Tomb
TM50 - Sand Tomb
TM51 - Bullet Seed
TM52 - Icicle Spear
TM53 - Bounce
TM54 - Mud Shot
TM55 - Rock Blast
TM56 - Brine
TM57 - U-Turn
TM58 - Payback
TM59 - Assurance
TM60 - Fling
TM61 - Power Swap
TM62 - Guard Swap
TM63 - Speed Swap
TM64 - Drain Punch
TM65 - Avalanche
TM66 - Shadow Claw
TM67 - Thunder Fang
TM68 - Ice Fang
TM69 - Fire Fang
TM70 - Psycho Cut
TM71 - Trick Room
TM72 - Wonder Room
TM73 - Magic Room
TM74 - Cross Poison
TM75 - Venoshock
TM76 - Low Sweep
TM77 - Round
TM78 - Hex
TM79 - Acrobatics
TM80 - Retaliate
TM81 - Volt Switch
TM82 - Bulldoze
TM83 - Electroweb
TM84 - Razor Shell
TM85 - Tail Slap
TM86 - Snarl
TM87 - Phantom Force
TM88 - Draining Kiss
TM89 - Grassy Terrain
TM90 - Misty Terrain
TM91 - Electric Terrain
TM92 - Psychic Terrain
TM93 - Mystical Fire
TM94 - Eerie Impulse
TM95 - False Swipe
TM96 - Air Slash
TM97 - Smart Strike
TM98 - Brutal Swing
TM99 - Stomping Tantrum
TM100 - Breaking Swipe

TR01 - Swords Dance
TR02 - Body Slam
TR03 - Flamethrower
TR04 - Hydro Pump
TR05 - Surf
TR06 - Ice Beam
TR07 - Blizzard
TR08 - Low Kick
TR09 - Thunderbolt
TR10 - Thunder
TR11 - Earthquake
TR12 - Psychic
TR13 - Agility
TR14 - Focus Energy
TR15 - Metronome
TR16 - Fire Blast
TR17 - Waterfall
TR18 - Amnesia
TR19 - Leech Life
TR20 - Tri Attack
TR21 - Substitute
TR22 - Reversal
TR23 - Sludge Bomb
TR24 - Spikes
TR25 - Outrage
TR26 - Psyshock
TR27 - Endure
TR28 - Sleep Talk
TR29 - Megahorn
TR30 - Baton Pass
TR31 - Encore
TR32 - Iron Tail
TR33 - Crunch
TR34 - Shadow Ball
TR35 - Future Sight
TR36 - Uproar
TR37 - Heat Wave
TR38 - Taunt
TR39 - Trick
TR40 - Superpower
TR41 - Skill Swap
TR42 - Blaze Kick
TR43 - Hyper Voice
TR44 - Overheat
TR45 - Cosmic Power
TR46 - Muddy Water
TR47 - Iron Defense
TR48 - Dragon Claw
TR49 - Bulk Up
TR50 - Calm Mind
TR51 - Leaf Blade
TR52 - Dragon Dance
TR53 - Gyro Ball
TR54 - Close Combat
TR55 -Toxic Spikes
TR56 - Flare Blitz
TR57 - Aura Sphere
TR58 - Poison Jab
TR59 - Dark Pulse
TR60 - Seed Bomb
TR61 - X-Scissor
TR62 - Bug Buzz
TR63 - Dragon Pulse
TR64 - Power Gem
TR65 - Focus Blast
TR66 - Energy Ball
TR67 - Brave Bird
TR68 - Earth Power
TR69 - Nasty Plot
TR70 - Zen Headbutt
TR71 - Flash Cannon
TR72 - Leaf Storm
TR73 - Power Whip
TR74 - Gunk Shot
TR75 - Iron Head
TR76 - Stone Edge
TR77 - Stealth Rock
TR78 - Grass Knot
TR79 - Sludge Wave
TR80 - Heavy Slam
TR81 - Electro Ball
TR82 - Foul Play
TR83 - Stored Power
TR84 - Ally Switch
TR85 - Scald
TR86 - Work Up
TR87 - Wild Charge
TR88 - Drill Run
TR89 - Heat Crash
TR90 - Hurricane
TR91 - Play Rough
TR92 - Venom Drench
TR93 - Dazzling Gleam
TR94 - Darkest Lariat
TR95 - High Horsepower
TR96 - Throat Chop
TR97 - Pollen Puff
TR98 - Psychic Fangs
TR99 - Liquidation
TR100 - Body Press

Coming soon...

I'll make a story datamine thread when it comes. Hopefully I won't fall for a prank a third time.

@colours, you said to mention you when I made a thread so it can be stickied, so here it is.
 
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....Prog check again. That's not confirmation, it's a joke.
 
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The Preload can't be datamined so we probably have to wait like a week at least until we actually get some new leaked info :/
 
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Would you mind making a section for the starter's evolutions separate from the other new Pokemon? I know it sounds weird, but I want to pick my absolute favorite starter while keeping the other new Pokemon a surprise.
 
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Would you mind making a section for the starter's evolutions separate from the other new Pokemon? I know it sounds weird, but I want to pick my absolute favorite starter while keeping the other new Pokemon a surprise.
I think I could PM you the evolutions, then. Having them apart from the rest would be kinda weird.
 
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Thread's looking good! Yeah I got fooled by Kaphotics as well lol. But at least the thread will be ready for when the datamine does happen.
 
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I actually agree that having starter evolutions and maybe some basic info (how many new pokemon there are, etc) would be good to have separately, for people who want to go in mostly blind. As far as I can tell starter evos are the one thing most people who want to go in relatively blind still want to see before they play.
 
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I actually agree that having starter evolutions and maybe some basic info (how many new pokemon there are, etc) would be good to have separately, for people who want to go in mostly blind. As far as I can tell starter evos are the one thing most people who want to go in relatively blind still want to see before they play.
How many new Pokémon are going to be can be solved by including them next to the spoiler tag, like this:

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Same thing will go for Galarian formes and the like.

Not sure what to do with starter evos. I feel that if people keep asking for them I think I could put them separately.
 
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