Rabsca is a Bug/Psychic type Pokemon that evolves from the mono-Bug type dung beetle Rellor. While many Pokemon fans agree we probably didn’t need a dung beetle Pokemon, the fact that it evolves into a halfway decent Bug/Psychic type at least makes up for this inclusion. Having to walk 1,000 steps with Rellor and level […]
Vivillon was Generation 6 Pokemon’s answer to Butterfree from Generation 1. Even in Scarlet and Violet, Vivillon is still a good Pokemon.
Tropius returning in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is clearly a big win for the fan-base. But, is Tropius good outside of its great design and fan appeal?
Despite its hideous appearance (which resembles a piranha on acid according to my wife) Bruxish is actually a good mid-tier competitive Pokemon!
What do you think of Masquerain? Do you think that Tera Typing will save what’s otherwise an underwhelming, but intriguing Pokemon?
According to the official Pokemon website, Chest Form Gimmighoul is often even mistaken for an antique, sometimes sold to antique stores and some sit inside people’s homes.
Returning to Gen 9 with Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, is Noivern good enough still to hold its own among the many Paldean newcomers?
Klawf isn’t just a retread of the first-generation Krabby for the Scarlet and Violet video games, but is instead a Rock-type Pokemon with a unique ability.
In Generation 9, Salamence is actually a Pokemon Violet exclusive, and it’s as good a competitive Pokemon as ever.
When it was confirmed that Gengar will appear in the wild in Gen 9, the entire fan base rejoiced. But how good is Gengar going to be in Scarlet and Violet?