Vivillon is the Gen 6 Pokemon answer to Butterfree. While this Pokemon has a nice design, with 20 wing patterns to collect, it’s a fairly 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?
Dunsparce is more of a good Pokemon now that it has ever been, thanks to having an evolution in Scarlet and Violet.
Dragapult is in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, meaning it is instantly one of the best returning Pokemon for Generation 9, or so they say.
Despite its hideous appearance (which resembles a piranha on acid according to my wife) Bruxish is actually a good mid-tier competitive Pokemon!
Even if you’re not a competitive Pokemon player, Noivern is one to definitely keep in mind as you progress through what looks to be a very long main game.
In Generation 9, Salamence is actually a Pokemon Violet exclusive, and it’s as good a competitive Pokemon as ever.
Sableye will be more relevant in a Pokemon world without Dynamax, Max Moves, Grimmsnarl, or Zacian. Just how good will Sableye be in Scarlet and Violet?
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?
What do you think of Pyroar? Are you going to train one for your Scarlet and Violet adventure?