Top 20 Worst Shiny Pokémon Ranked (2021)

Top 20 Worst Shiny Pokémon Ranked

A Shiny Pokémon is a very specific Pokémon with different coloration to what is usual for its particular species. It is one of the many differences that a Pokémon can have.

They were originally called rare in the debug menu from Pokémon Gold and Silver, because they are hard to obtain, Color Pokémon in Pokémon Stadium 2, due to the color change, and are also referred to as Alt. Color in Generation III.

Here is a list of the 20 worst Shiny Pokémon. Since Shiny Pokémon are completely identical to their base forms, this list is not going to be based on any stats, but rather on the looks of the Pokémon in question. It’s basically going to be a list of the 20 worst-looking Shiny Pokémon.

20 Worst Shiny Pokémon

20. Beedrill

Generation: I
Types: Bug / Poison
Evolutions: Weedle –> Kakuna –> Beedrill –> Mega Beedrill

Beedrill is a Bug- and Poison-type Pokémon that has existed since the first generation of the game. It is the final stage of development of Weedle and Kakuna. It is also the counterpart of Butterfree. Like Butterfree, Beedrill is a fairly common Bug-type Pokémon that can be found in many areas.

However, it is observed particularly often in the Kanto and Johto regions. It primarily prefers forests as a habitat, but also conditionally accepts high meadows and fields. These Pokémon are very defensive and aggressive.

Mega Beedrill are even more aggressive and poisonous than regular specimens. The poison that Mega Beedrill produces in its four limbs has an immediate effect, whereas the toxin from its backside takes some time.

19. Nidoqueen

Generation: I
Types:  Poison / Ground
Evolutions: Nidoran♀ –> Nidorina –> Nidoqueen

Nidoqueen is a Pokémon with the types Poison and Ground and has existed since the first generation of the game. It is the final stage of development of Nidoran♀ and Nidorina. It is the female counterpart to Nidoking.

Nidoqueen’s whole body is covered with hard, massive, sometimes needle-like scales. The enormous armor makes this Pokémon almost immune to physical attacks. Nidoqueen develops most strength when defending its young.

In the wild, Nidoqueen are very rare. Most likely they can still be observed in the meadows and fields and in the soil below in the Kanto and Johto region, but sometimes also in Kalos.

18. Alolan Dugtrio

Generation: I
Types: Ground / Steel
Evolutions: Alolan Diglett –> Alolan Dugtrio

Dugtrio is a Ground-type Pokémon and has existed since the first generation of games. It is the final stage of Diglett development. Since the seventh generation of the game, it has had a regional form called Alolan Dugtrio, in which it is also given the Steel type.

Alolan Dugtrio is worshiped as the embodiment of the goddess of land and fertility. That’s why the indigenous people there fall on their knees and pay homage to it when it comes to the surface. Its golden hair is particularly striking.

It is even forbidden by law to take the appendages of an Alolan Dugtrio with you. If you do, superstition allegedly threatens a divine punishment.

17. Tangela

Generation: I
Types: Grass
Evolutions: Tangela –> Tangrowth

Tangela is a Grass-type Pokémon and has existed since the first generation of games. It forms the basic form of Tangrowth. Tangela cannot be seen very often in the wild and appears mainly on routes in the Kanto, Johto, Sinnoh, and the Unova regions.

In terms of its habitat, it is quite flexible and can be found on meadows, grasslands near the coast, overgrown shores, moors, and forests. Tangela’s real self is hidden under thick tendrils that never stop growing. However, with these, it often gets caught in obstacles.

16. Pupitar

Generation: II
Types: Rock / Ground
Evolutions: Larvitar –> Pupitar –> Tyranitar

Pupitar is a Rock- and Ground-type Pokémon and has existed since the second generation of the game. It evolves from Larvitar and can in turn develop into Tyranitar. Pupitar are rare Pokémon that are mostly found in caves. After Larvitar has pupated into a Pupitar, it remains in this form for some time and waits for its evolution.

Despite its restricted freedom of movement, it is enormously strong and can allegedly even topple entire mountains. The Pokémon’s shell is rock-hard and extremely resistant, even to steel. Inside its body, it produces a gas that it ejects like a rocket engine and uses to move.

15. Azurill

Generation: III
Types: Normal / Fairy
Evolutions: Azurill –> Marill –> Azumarill

Azurill is a Normal- and Fairy-type Pokémon and has existed since the third generation of the game. Before the sixth generation of the game was released, it was only of the Normal type. It can develop into Marill, which in turn can develop into Azumarill.

Azurill lives by the water. They like to splash around and, on sunny days, meet other Pokémon of their species on the shore. In general, it is very playful and likes to hop around with its rubber-like tail, tossing it out like a lasso and then flying after it itself, whereupon it hits like a rubber ball and can reach record distances of up to ten meters.

14. Blissey

Generation: II
Types: Normal
Evolutions: Happiny –> Chansey –> Blissey

Blissey is a Pokémon of the Normal type and has existed since the second generation of the game. It is the last stage of evolution of Chansey, which develops from Happiny.

Blissey is a medium-sized, two-legged Pokémon that appears pink and white. The entire upper half of the body, as well as hair, arms, feet, and pouches, are colored pink.

The lower half of the body and the feather-like protrusions on the arms and sides of the body are white. The egg that has found its place in the bag is of the same color. The body is very broad and oval in shape.

13. Paras

Generation: I
Types: Bug / Grass
Evolutions: Paras –> Parasect

Paras is a Bug- and Grass-type Pokémon and has existed since the first generation of games. It forms the basic form of Parasect. Paras are not particularly demanding of their habitat. It is important for them that it is neither too dry nor too cold and that there are roots there.

In search of food, Paras burrows into the ground and feeds on tree roots. Thus it can be found in tree-rich meadows, forests, and caves. It is covered with fungal spores from birth. As it slowly grows, large, exotic mushrooms sprout from its back. These mushrooms are called tochukaso and act as parasites.

12. Eelektrik

Generation: V
Types: Electric
Evolutions: Tynamo –> Eelektrik –> Elektross

Eelektrik is an Electric-type Pokémon and has been around for the fifth generation of the game. It is the second development stage of Tynamo and Elektross. Eelektrik stay exclusively in caves in the Unova or Hoenn regions.

However, there they do not only live in the water, as it actually seems, but are also able to move outside the water by floating. They especially love electrically charged caves. The Pokémon use the yellow dots on their bodies to hunt. These are charged with electrical energy.

Eelektrik embrace their prey and let their current stun them. Then they enjoy their fresh prey with relish.

11. Manaphy

Generation: IV
Types: Water
Evolutions: None

Manaphy is a Mythical Pokémon of the Water type and has existed since the fourth generation of the game. Manaphy is a small Pokémon that looks a lot like Phione and is almost entirely dark blue. Only small patterns on the face and belly are yellow or red.

The heart-shaped, large head dominates its appearance. Two elongated structures grow on this, which have a rounded shape towards the end. The face consists of large eyes, which in turn consist of yellow leather skin, dark blue-black irides, and black pupils.

A pattern of two points is located above the eyes and is connected to each of them by two thin black lines.

10. Simipour

Generation: V
Types: Water
Evolutions: Panpour –> Simipour

Simipour is a Water-type Pokémon and has been around for the fifth generation of the game. It develops from Panpour. Simipour forms a trio with Simisear and Simisage. Like its predecessor, Simipour lives in water-rich areas, but only where it meets clean water.

It can store water in its hair that it previously absorbed with its tail. In addition, the tail is able to fire powerful jets of water under extremely high pressure. This property is particularly useful in combat.

9. Simisage

Generation: V
Types: Grass
Evolutions: Pansage –> Simisage

Simisage is a Grass-type Pokémon and has been around for the fifth generation of the game. It evolves from Pansage. Simisage forms a trio with Simisear and Simipour. Like its first stage evolution, Simisage lives in forests. Bitter herbs grow on his head that have no particular purpose.

Its tail is studded with thorns, which it uses enough in combat to weaken its enemy. Although Simisage cannot learn new attacks by leveling up after development, it does make use of the skills it has learned as a Pansage.

8. Simisear

Generation: V
Types: Fire
Evolutions: Pansear –> Simisear

Simisear is a Fire-type Pokémon and has been around for the fifth generation of the game. It develops from Pansear. Simisear forms a trio with Simisage and Simipour. Like its predevelopment, it prefers volcanic areas and caves as habitat, although it can also be found in forests.

A flame burns inside, powered by sweets eaten by Simisear. This could be the reason why the belly of Simisear becomes a lot rounder as it is developed. There is always some glow in its tail, which it can spread on its head.

7. Seel

Generation: I
Types: Water
Evolutions: Seel –> Dewgong

Seel is a Water-type Pokémon and has existed since the first generation of games. It forms the basic form of Dewgong. Seel are quite common in the wild and can be seen in seas and coastal areas near cool sea cave systems in the Kanto, Johto, and Unova regions.

Seel generally prefers saltwater areas, but it can sometimes be found in freshwater areas. This Pokémon prefers ice-cold habitats and prefers to swim in -10 degrees cold water. Seel can also be observed in water that is as cold as -40 degrees. This Pokémon also likes to live on icebergs and swim in ice water.

The colder it is, the more comfortable it feels. It swims happily through cool season which ice floes are floating. Seel then hunts for prey under the icy surface of the Arctic Ocean. It then closes the holes in its nose underwater and, to breathe in, it punches a hole in the ice with its very hard horn on its head.

6. Togekiss

Generation: IV
Types: Fairy / Flying
Evolutions: Togepi –> Togetic –> Togekiss

Togekiss is a Fairy- and Flying-type Pokémon and has existed since the fourth generation of the game. Before the sixth generation of the game was released, it had was a Normal- and Flying-type. It develops from Togetic, which in turn develops from Togepi.

Togekiss is considered a Pokémon that heralds peace. Where there is discord and strife, it can never be observed. Accordingly, sightings of the Pokémon are very rare. Togekiss seeks closeness to people who treat each other with respect.

They are considered to be lucky charms and distribute benefits, which is why Togekiss figures have been considered lucky charms for ages.

5. Dewgong

Generation: I
Types: Water / Ice
Evolutions: Seel –> Dewgong

Dewgong is a Water- and Ice-type Pokémon and has existed since the first generation of games. It is the last development stage of Seel. Dewgong are occasionally found in the wild and can be seen in seas and coastal areas near cool sea cave systems in all known regions except Kalos and Alola.

When swimming, it then uses its long tail to change direction. This Pokémon also loves to take a nap on bitterly cold ice floes. A sailor, who once saw such a Pokémon asleep on an iceberg, mistakenly thought it was a mermaid. This Pokémon can store warmth in its snow-white fur to protect against the cold.

In addition, it is very well camouflaged from predators on the ice, as it visually merges very well with its surroundings. During the day, Jugong sleeps in the shallow depths of the sea; only at night when it is cold does it look for food.

4. Igglybuff

Generation: II
Types: Normal / Fairy
Evolutions: Igglybuff –> Jigglypuff –> Wigglytuff

Igglybuff is a Normal and Fairy-type Pokémon and has existed since the second generation of the game. Before the sixth generation of the game was released, it was only of the Normal type. It can develop into Jigglypuff, which in turn can develop into Wigglytuff.

Igglybuff are very soft and cuddly Pokémon. Since they cannot walk due to their short legs, they initially roll around until they start jumping. Once Igllybuff jump around, you can’t stop them if they don’t want to.

Igglybuff’s body resembles a marshmallow, including because of the sweet scent it gives off. This scent supposedly soothes the emotions of all opponents.

3. Wormadam

Generation: IV
Types: Bug / Grass or Ground or Steel
Evolutions: Burmy –> Wormadam / Mothim

Wormadam is a Pokémon with the types Bug and Grass (Plant Cloak) / Ground (Sand Cloak) / Steel (Trash Cloak), and has existed since the fourth generation of the game. It develops from a female Burmy. A female Burmy makes a cloak out of things she finds in her surroundings.

When it develops into Wormadam, the cloak grows together with its body, which means that it can no longer change its shape in contrast to its previous stage.

2. Burmy

Generation: IV
Types: Bug
Evolutions: Burmy –> Wormadam / Mothim

Burmy is a Bug-type Pokémon and has been around for the fourth generation of the game. It is a shape-shifter whose shape depends on the environment in which it last fought. Burmy can develop into either Wormadam or Mothim.

Burmy is a weak and sensitive Pokémon that protects itself from environmental influences with a thick cloak. In the cold winter, the cape is thicker than on warm summer days. With the help of its flexible horn, it holds on to tree branches.

To make his cape, the bagworm Pokémon collects leaves, dust, or even rubbish. Therefore, Burmy always looks different, depending on the habitat.

1. Moltres

Generation: I
Types: Fire / Flying
Evolutions: None

Moltres is a Legendary Pokémon with the types of Fire and Flight and has existed since the first generation of the game. Together with Articuno and Zapdos, it forms a trio whose leader is Lugia. Since the eighth generation of the game, it has had a regional form called Galarian Moltres, in which its Fire type is replaced by the Dark type.

Moltres is referred to in many legends as the legendary firebird and, together with Atricuno and Zapdos, forms the trio of legendary birds. Similar to the other two members of the trio with their elements, Moltres is also able to manipulate its element, fire.

It is popularly known as the messenger of spring, as it comes from the south and flies together with spring. However, it has already happened that the appearance of these Pokémon winter areas brought an early spring.


Top 20 Worst Shiny Pokémon Ranked (2021)

Top 20 Worst Shiny Pokémon Ranked

A Shiny Pokémon is a very specific Pokémon with different coloration to what is usual for its particular species. It is one of the many differences that a Pokémon can have.

They were originally called rare in the debug menu from Pokémon Gold and Silver, because they are hard to obtain, Color Pokémon in Pokémon Stadium 2, due to the color change, and are also referred to as Alt. Color in Generation III.

Here is a list of the 20 worst Shiny Pokémon. Since Shiny Pokémon are completely identical to their base forms, this list is not going to be based on any stats, but rather on the looks of the Pokémon in question. It’s basically going to be a list of the 20 worst-looking Shiny Pokémon.

20 Worst Shiny Pokémon

20. Beedrill

Generation: I
Types: Bug / Poison
Evolutions: Weedle –> Kakuna –> Beedrill –> Mega Beedrill

Beedrill is a Bug- and Poison-type Pokémon that has existed since the first generation of the game. It is the final stage of development of Weedle and Kakuna. It is also the counterpart of Butterfree. Like Butterfree, Beedrill is a fairly common Bug-type Pokémon that can be found in many areas.

However, it is observed particularly often in the Kanto and Johto regions. It primarily prefers forests as a habitat, but also conditionally accepts high meadows and fields. These Pokémon are very defensive and aggressive.

Mega Beedrill are even more aggressive and poisonous than regular specimens. The poison that Mega Beedrill produces in its four limbs has an immediate effect, whereas the toxin from its backside takes some time.

19. Nidoqueen

Generation: I
Types:  Poison / Ground
Evolutions: Nidoran♀ –> Nidorina –> Nidoqueen

Nidoqueen is a Pokémon with the types Poison and Ground and has existed since the first generation of the game. It is the final stage of development of Nidoran♀ and Nidorina. It is the female counterpart to Nidoking.

Nidoqueen’s whole body is covered with hard, massive, sometimes needle-like scales. The enormous armor makes this Pokémon almost immune to physical attacks. Nidoqueen develops most strength when defending its young.

In the wild, Nidoqueen are very rare. Most likely they can still be observed in the meadows and fields and in the soil below in the Kanto and Johto region, but sometimes also in Kalos.

18. Alolan Dugtrio

Generation: I
Types: Ground / Steel
Evolutions: Alolan Diglett –> Alolan Dugtrio

Dugtrio is a Ground-type Pokémon and has existed since the first generation of games. It is the final stage of Diglett development. Since the seventh generation of the game, it has had a regional form called Alolan Dugtrio, in which it is also given the Steel type.

Alolan Dugtrio is worshiped as the embodiment of the goddess of land and fertility. That’s why the indigenous people there fall on their knees and pay homage to it when it comes to the surface. Its golden hair is particularly striking.

It is even forbidden by law to take the appendages of an Alolan Dugtrio with you. If you do, superstition allegedly threatens a divine punishment.

17. Tangela

Generation: I
Types: Grass
Evolutions: Tangela –> Tangrowth

Tangela is a Grass-type Pokémon and has existed since the first generation of games. It forms the basic form of Tangrowth. Tangela cannot be seen very often in the wild and appears mainly on routes in the Kanto, Johto, Sinnoh, and the Unova regions.

In terms of its habitat, it is quite flexible and can be found on meadows, grasslands near the coast, overgrown shores, moors, and forests. Tangela’s real self is hidden under thick tendrils that never stop growing. However, with these, it often gets caught in obstacles.

16. Pupitar

Generation: II
Types: Rock / Ground
Evolutions: Larvitar –> Pupitar –> Tyranitar

Pupitar is a Rock- and Ground-type Pokémon and has existed since the second generation of the game. It evolves from Larvitar and can in turn develop into Tyranitar. Pupitar are rare Pokémon that are mostly found in caves. After Larvitar has pupated into a Pupitar, it remains in this form for some time and waits for its evolution.

Despite its restricted freedom of movement, it is enormously strong and can allegedly even topple entire mountains. The Pokémon’s shell is rock-hard and extremely resistant, even to steel. Inside its body, it produces a gas that it ejects like a rocket engine and uses to move.

15. Azurill

Generation: III
Types: Normal / Fairy
Evolutions: Azurill –> Marill –> Azumarill

Azurill is a Normal- and Fairy-type Pokémon and has existed since the third generation of the game. Before the sixth generation of the game was released, it was only of the Normal type. It can develop into Marill, which in turn can develop into Azumarill.

Azurill lives by the water. They like to splash around and, on sunny days, meet other Pokémon of their species on the shore. In general, it is very playful and likes to hop around with its rubber-like tail, tossing it out like a lasso and then flying after it itself, whereupon it hits like a rubber ball and can reach record distances of up to ten meters.

14. Blissey

Generation: II
Types: Normal
Evolutions: Happiny –> Chansey –> Blissey

Blissey is a Pokémon of the Normal type and has existed since the second generation of the game. It is the last stage of evolution of Chansey, which develops from Happiny.

Blissey is a medium-sized, two-legged Pokémon that appears pink and white. The entire upper half of the body, as well as hair, arms, feet, and pouches, are colored pink.

The lower half of the body and the feather-like protrusions on the arms and sides of the body are white. The egg that has found its place in the bag is of the same color. The body is very broad and oval in shape.

13. Paras

Generation: I
Types: Bug / Grass
Evolutions: Paras –> Parasect

Paras is a Bug- and Grass-type Pokémon and has existed since the first generation of games. It forms the basic form of Parasect. Paras are not particularly demanding of their habitat. It is important for them that it is neither too dry nor too cold and that there are roots there.

In search of food, Paras burrows into the ground and feeds on tree roots. Thus it can be found in tree-rich meadows, forests, and caves. It is covered with fungal spores from birth. As it slowly grows, large, exotic mushrooms sprout from its back. These mushrooms are called tochukaso and act as parasites.

12. Eelektrik

Generation: V
Types: Electric
Evolutions: Tynamo –> Eelektrik –> Elektross

Eelektrik is an Electric-type Pokémon and has been around for the fifth generation of the game. It is the second development stage of Tynamo and Elektross. Eelektrik stay exclusively in caves in the Unova or Hoenn regions.

However, there they do not only live in the water, as it actually seems, but are also able to move outside the water by floating. They especially love electrically charged caves. The Pokémon use the yellow dots on their bodies to hunt. These are charged with electrical energy.

Eelektrik embrace their prey and let their current stun them. Then they enjoy their fresh prey with relish.

11. Manaphy

Generation: IV
Types: Water
Evolutions: None

Manaphy is a Mythical Pokémon of the Water type and has existed since the fourth generation of the game. Manaphy is a small Pokémon that looks a lot like Phione and is almost entirely dark blue. Only small patterns on the face and belly are yellow or red.

The heart-shaped, large head dominates its appearance. Two elongated structures grow on this, which have a rounded shape towards the end. The face consists of large eyes, which in turn consist of yellow leather skin, dark blue-black irides, and black pupils.

A pattern of two points is located above the eyes and is connected to each of them by two thin black lines.

10. Simipour

Generation: V
Types: Water
Evolutions: Panpour –> Simipour

Simipour is a Water-type Pokémon and has been around for the fifth generation of the game. It develops from Panpour. Simipour forms a trio with Simisear and Simisage. Like its predecessor, Simipour lives in water-rich areas, but only where it meets clean water.

It can store water in its hair that it previously absorbed with its tail. In addition, the tail is able to fire powerful jets of water under extremely high pressure. This property is particularly useful in combat.

9. Simisage

Generation: V
Types: Grass
Evolutions: Pansage –> Simisage

Simisage is a Grass-type Pokémon and has been around for the fifth generation of the game. It evolves from Pansage. Simisage forms a trio with Simisear and Simipour. Like its first stage evolution, Simisage lives in forests. Bitter herbs grow on his head that have no particular purpose.

Its tail is studded with thorns, which it uses enough in combat to weaken its enemy. Although Simisage cannot learn new attacks by leveling up after development, it does make use of the skills it has learned as a Pansage.

8. Simisear

Generation: V
Types: Fire
Evolutions: Pansear –> Simisear

Simisear is a Fire-type Pokémon and has been around for the fifth generation of the game. It develops from Pansear. Simisear forms a trio with Simisage and Simipour. Like its predevelopment, it prefers volcanic areas and caves as habitat, although it can also be found in forests.

A flame burns inside, powered by sweets eaten by Simisear. This could be the reason why the belly of Simisear becomes a lot rounder as it is developed. There is always some glow in its tail, which it can spread on its head.

7. Seel

Generation: I
Types: Water
Evolutions: Seel –> Dewgong

Seel is a Water-type Pokémon and has existed since the first generation of games. It forms the basic form of Dewgong. Seel are quite common in the wild and can be seen in seas and coastal areas near cool sea cave systems in the Kanto, Johto, and Unova regions.

Seel generally prefers saltwater areas, but it can sometimes be found in freshwater areas. This Pokémon prefers ice-cold habitats and prefers to swim in -10 degrees cold water. Seel can also be observed in water that is as cold as -40 degrees. This Pokémon also likes to live on icebergs and swim in ice water.

The colder it is, the more comfortable it feels. It swims happily through cool season which ice floes are floating. Seel then hunts for prey under the icy surface of the Arctic Ocean. It then closes the holes in its nose underwater and, to breathe in, it punches a hole in the ice with its very hard horn on its head.

6. Togekiss

Generation: IV
Types: Fairy / Flying
Evolutions: Togepi –> Togetic –> Togekiss

Togekiss is a Fairy- and Flying-type Pokémon and has existed since the fourth generation of the game. Before the sixth generation of the game was released, it had was a Normal- and Flying-type. It develops from Togetic, which in turn develops from Togepi.

Togekiss is considered a Pokémon that heralds peace. Where there is discord and strife, it can never be observed. Accordingly, sightings of the Pokémon are very rare. Togekiss seeks closeness to people who treat each other with respect.

They are considered to be lucky charms and distribute benefits, which is why Togekiss figures have been considered lucky charms for ages.

5. Dewgong

Generation: I
Types: Water / Ice
Evolutions: Seel –> Dewgong

Dewgong is a Water- and Ice-type Pokémon and has existed since the first generation of games. It is the last development stage of Seel. Dewgong are occasionally found in the wild and can be seen in seas and coastal areas near cool sea cave systems in all known regions except Kalos and Alola.

When swimming, it then uses its long tail to change direction. This Pokémon also loves to take a nap on bitterly cold ice floes. A sailor, who once saw such a Pokémon asleep on an iceberg, mistakenly thought it was a mermaid. This Pokémon can store warmth in its snow-white fur to protect against the cold.

In addition, it is very well camouflaged from predators on the ice, as it visually merges very well with its surroundings. During the day, Jugong sleeps in the shallow depths of the sea; only at night when it is cold does it look for food.

4. Igglybuff

Generation: II
Types: Normal / Fairy
Evolutions: Igglybuff –> Jigglypuff –> Wigglytuff

Igglybuff is a Normal and Fairy-type Pokémon and has existed since the second generation of the game. Before the sixth generation of the game was released, it was only of the Normal type. It can develop into Jigglypuff, which in turn can develop into Wigglytuff.

Igglybuff are very soft and cuddly Pokémon. Since they cannot walk due to their short legs, they initially roll around until they start jumping. Once Igllybuff jump around, you can’t stop them if they don’t want to.

Igglybuff’s body resembles a marshmallow, including because of the sweet scent it gives off. This scent supposedly soothes the emotions of all opponents.

3. Wormadam

Generation: IV
Types: Bug / Grass or Ground or Steel
Evolutions: Burmy –> Wormadam / Mothim

Wormadam is a Pokémon with the types Bug and Grass (Plant Cloak) / Ground (Sand Cloak) / Steel (Trash Cloak), and has existed since the fourth generation of the game. It develops from a female Burmy. A female Burmy makes a cloak out of things she finds in her surroundings.

When it develops into Wormadam, the cloak grows together with its body, which means that it can no longer change its shape in contrast to its previous stage.

2. Burmy

Generation: IV
Types: Bug
Evolutions: Burmy –> Wormadam / Mothim

Burmy is a Bug-type Pokémon and has been around for the fourth generation of the game. It is a shape-shifter whose shape depends on the environment in which it last fought. Burmy can develop into either Wormadam or Mothim.

Burmy is a weak and sensitive Pokémon that protects itself from environmental influences with a thick cloak. In the cold winter, the cape is thicker than on warm summer days. With the help of its flexible horn, it holds on to tree branches.

To make his cape, the bagworm Pokémon collects leaves, dust, or even rubbish. Therefore, Burmy always looks different, depending on the habitat.

1. Moltres

Generation: I
Types: Fire / Flying
Evolutions: None

Moltres is a Legendary Pokémon with the types of Fire and Flight and has existed since the first generation of the game. Together with Articuno and Zapdos, it forms a trio whose leader is Lugia. Since the eighth generation of the game, it has had a regional form called Galarian Moltres, in which its Fire type is replaced by the Dark type.

Moltres is referred to in many legends as the legendary firebird and, together with Atricuno and Zapdos, forms the trio of legendary birds. Similar to the other two members of the trio with their elements, Moltres is also able to manipulate its element, fire.

It is popularly known as the messenger of spring, as it comes from the south and flies together with spring. However, it has already happened that the appearance of these Pokémon winter areas brought an early spring.

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