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The Neon Evolution is one of the new features introduced in Pokémon Progress and Regress and is a cross of a regular Evolution and Mega Evolution; unlike Mega Evolution, the Neon Pokémon can hold a held item since it Neon Evolve from an item called the Neon Gem (Progression Quatz in Japanese) although have ranged between 50 for stronger one to beyond 100 for weaker one in order to balance the pre-Neon Pokémon, including those who had mediocre Mega Evolution such as Audino.

It revert to its normal form if used again. Neon Pokémon also had different name unlike Mega Pokémon who were simply called like Mega Swampert, for instance. A Pokémon that have both a Mega Evolution and a Neon Evolution can do the former one after doing the latter one; as such a Neon Pokémon can be called by fans a "Mega-Neon Pokémon".

The Pokémon selection is more emphased toward balance than popularity, as it emphasis Pokémon, weak or strong, that are easily overshadowed by more popular Pokémon in competitive scenes. Goodra and Hydreigon are no exceptions, despite the two being Pseudo-Legendary, are still overshadowed by even non-Pseudo-Legendary Pokémon presumely does to the former one's abysmal Stat distribution and the latter ones' problems with its typing.

The Neon Evolution allows player to try out and revert it back if he/she don't like it. Like Pokémon who got Mega Evolution, Pokémon with Neon Evolution do not receive the Eviolite's effects, as it might cause more balance issues. Like Mega Evolutions, it might also change some of the Abilities, but some Pokémon kept the same Abilities the same way it is.

The condition to make a Pokémon to Neon Evolve is to give it high affection in Pokémon-Amie (around 35% Affection), as lower than that would cause it to Neon Evolve but also to make it aggressive, only thinking of itself and will not take the trainer's order.

So far, there will be more Neon Evolutions debuted than the 25 first Mega Evolutions, but it is also revealed that more Neon Evolutions might comes via updates after Progress and Regress are released.

Neon Pokémon

Neon Pokémon, Type and New Ability Pre-Neon Counterpart Pokédex (One version) Base Stats

Supachu

Electric/Light

Ultrashock

Raichu

Supachu, the Power Spark Pokémon.

After years of being overshadowed, Raichu become even more capable after being Neon-Evolved into Supachu. Their electric presence backfires Priorty attacks with the Ablility Ultrashock, and can use useful moves to overcome resistant opponents.

  • HP: 70
  • Atk: 90
  • Def: 70
  • Sp.A: 120
  • Sp.D: 80
  • Spe: 140
  • Total: 570

Nainness

Fire/Fairy

Burning Passion

Ninetales

Nainness, the Nine Sun Pokémon.

Nainness are surrounded by a constant firey force field that burns any flammable object that comes close to it. Their tails can store sunlight and Nainness can harness the stored sunlight to move at speeds faster than sound.

  • HP: 90
  • Atk: 80
  • Def: 75
  • Sp.A: 90
  • Sp.D: 105
  • Spe: 115
  • Total: 555

Primirius

Fighting/Dark

Aggressive

Primeape

Primirius, the Primitive Pokémon.

Primirius are always in a constant state of tranquil fury that makes them always be at their strongest. If they get angrier than normal, their power increases tenfold, but they are viable to literally exploding if they are too angry for long enough.

  • HP: 75
  • Atk: 125
  • Def: 80
  • Sp.A: 60
  • Sp.D: 80
  • Spe: 145
  • Total: 565

Machomach

Fighting

Hard Striker

Machamp

Machomach, the Super Strong Pokémon.

Now having six arms, a Machomach heavily outclasses it's old rivals of Pinapbrawl and Hitmonchan. It can launch 6 light-speed punches at once that is capable of breaking through iron, although doing this punch quickly wears a Machomach out.

  • HP: 110
  • Atk: 140
  • Def: 90
  • Sp.A: 55
  • Sp.D: 90
  • Spe: 65
  • Total: 550

Mothoxin

Bug/Poison

Corrosion

Venomoth

Mothoxin, the Toxin Moth Pokémon.

Mothoxin have a hundred kinds of poisonous scales that it can use for anything from paralyzing opponents and even to put prey into a deep trance. Their wings launch these scales with every flap, so Trainers are advised to use gas masks when Neon Evolving a Venomoth into a Mothoxin.

  • HP: 80
  • Atk: 80
  • Def: 90
  • Sp.A: 110
  • Sp.D: 90
  • Spe: 100
  • Total: 550

Canconci

Water

Tough Claws

Kingler

Canconci, the Power Claw Pokémon.

Canconci, while almost immobilized due to its massive claw, are capable of launching massive blasts of water capable of ripping through steel. They can launch small bursts of water from both of their claws in order to move quickly if it needs to avoid a attack.

  • HP: 85
  • Atk: 150
  • Def: 125
  • Sp.A: 50
  • Sp.D: 105
  • Spe: 30
  • Total: 545

Neeveeon

Normal (Varies depended by Ability below)

Neon Power

Eevee Neeveeon, the Special Evolution Pokémon.
  • HP: 130
  • Atk: 80
  • Def: 80
  • Sp.A: 80
  • Sp.D: 80
  • Spe: 90
  • Total: 540
  • (Only applied when not attacking except for HP.)

Spirapax

Water/Rock

Solid Rock

Omastar

Spirapax, the Spiral Pokémon.

Spirapax's shell is even more massive than normal Omastars, and they can roll their shells to move around. A single Spirapax shell is said to be able to crush a entire tank.

  • HP: 80
  • Atk: 90
  • Def: 145
  • Sp.A: 125
  • Sp.D: 90
  • Spe: 35
  • Total: 565

Frustops

Water/Rock

Durable

Kabutops

Frustops, the Slicer Pokémon.

Frustops is thought to be one of the very first Neon Evolutions due to the recent discovery of entire Frustops Fossils found in cliffs. They train their claws every day by cutting down trees and by slicing boulders, which makes them sought after by the timber and mining industries.

  • HP: 80
  • Atk: 125
  • Def: 115
  • Sp.A: 70
  • Sp.D: 85
  • Spe: 90
  • Total: 565

Imperdactyl

Flying/Rock

Intimidate

Aerodactyl Imperdactyl, the Sky King Pokémon.

  • HP: 80
  • Atk: 125
  • Def: 70
  • Sp.A: 60
  • Sp.D: 80
  • Spe: 150
  • Total: 565

  • HP: 80
  • Atk: 155
  • Def: 90
  • Sp.A: 70
  • Sp.D: 100
  • Spe: 170
  • Total: 665

  • Burrlet

    Normal/Fairy

    Fur Coat

    Furret

    Burrlet, the Trickster Pokémon.

    Burrlet have been known to be smarter than mankind since ancient times. They only use their knowledge to outsmart and trick trainers, however. They can use their smarts to camouflage themselves as any Pokémon.

    • HP: 105
    • Atk: 95
    • Def: 90
    • Sp.A: 50
    • Sp.D: 90
    • Spe: 120
    • Total: 550

    Ordonem

    Normal/Flying

    Magic Guard

    Noctowl Ordonem, the Full Night Pokémon.
    • HP: 120
    • Atk: 60
    • Def: 90
    • Sp.A: 100
    • Sp.D: 120
    • Spe: 70
    • Total: 560

    Stellpunch

    Bug/Fighting

    Speed Boost

    Ledian

    Stellpunch, the Star Punch Pokémon.

    Stellpunch are capable of throwing rapid light-speed punches and while it's punches are weaker compared to a Machamp's punch or a Rigorpinap's kick, it can launch the light-speed punches for a very long time. It can fly at around Mach 3 speeds. 

    • HP: 95
    • Atk: 120
    • Def: 70
    • Sp.A: 55
    • Sp.D: 110
    • Spe: 105
    • Total: 555

    Webnocte

    Bug/Poison

    Acid Poison

    Ariados or Backurak

    Webnocte, the Arachne Pokémon.

    Very rarely, there have been cases of wild Webnocte have been known to tie up unprepared trainers who invade their webs in silk. Their acidic spit is strong enough to melt through solid steel.

    • HP: 90
    • Atk: 115
    • Def: 80
    • Sp.A: 90
    • Sp.D: 80
    • Spe: 100
    • Total: 555

    Zenatu

    Flying/Psychic

    Magic Guard

    Xatu

    Zenatu, the Nirvana Pokémon.

    Zenatu are most of the time in a constant meditating state that enables them to see the future. They can predict upcoming events that happen in up to a hour in the span of seconds.

    • HP: 95
    • Atk: 75
    • Def: 80
    • Sp.A: 110
    • Sp.D: 90
    • Spe: 110
    • Total: 560

    Brawldog

    Fairy/Fighting

    Guts

    Granbull

    Brawldog, the Bulldog Pokémon.

    Brawldogs are revered as minor deities in the South Futumia Region due to being able to protect the various towns by keeping harsh Tyranitars from attacking the towns of the southern part of the region. They can lift entire trucks and throw them like baseballs.

    • HP: 110
    • Atk: 140
    • Def: 95
    • Sp.A: 60
    • Sp.D: 95
    • Spe: 50
    • Total: 550

    Tremphan

    Ground

    Sand Rush

    Donphan

    Tremphan, the Tremor Pokémon.

    A single Tremphan is capable of creating devastating earthquakes by stomping down viciously. The quakes it can emit can destroy multiple buildings at once at full power, and even if it can't charge up to full power, it's quakes can still cause massive damage to normal Pokémon. 

    • HP: 100
    • Atk: 135
    • Def: 135
    • Sp.A: 60
    • Sp.D: 70
    • Spe: 50
    • Total: 550

    Fideneya

    Dark

    Strong Jaw

    Mightyena Fideneya, the Horde Loyalty Pokémon.
    • HP: 90
    • Atk: 115
    • Def: 95
    • Sp.A: 60
    • Sp.D: 80
    • Spe: 110
    • Total: 550

    Eleguilt

    Bug/Flying

    Tinted Lens

    Beautifly Eleguilt, the Aggressive Pokémon.
    • HP: 70
    • Atk: 110
    • Def: 70
    • Sp.A: 130
    • Sp.D: 70
    • Spe: 110
    • Total: 560

    Injuriarum

    Bug/Poison

    Merciless

    Dustox

    Injuriarum, the Danger Pokémon.

    Injuriarum launch a mysterious acid at whatever they see as a enemy, which alerts other Pokemon to stay away from the opponent. Because of this, Injuriarum have been nicknamed "The Skuntank of the Skies".

    • HP: 100
    • Atk: 50
    • Def: 90
    • Sp.A: 110
    • Sp.D: 115
    • Spe: 95
    • Total: 560

    Danciano

    Water/Grass

    Storm Drain

    Ludicolo

    Danciano, the Rain Dancer Pokémon.

    Danciano are revered to as water gods throughout the Futumia Region because of their abilities to summon immense storms by dancing. They can weaponize their storms by making the raindrops as sharp as bullets and by calling down lightning at their opponents.

    • HP: 100
    • Atk: 90
    • Def: 80
    • Sp.A: 100
    • Sp.D: 120
    • Spe: 70
    • Total: 560

    Quickrogue

    Grass/Dark

    Unburden

    Shiftry

    Quickrogue, the Relentless Pokémon.

    Quickrouge in legend are seen as legendary thieves who robbed from the rich and gave to the poor. They can move at extremely fast speeds and can pickpocket items from their Trainers without them even noticing.

    • HP: 90
    • Atk: 120
    • Def: 70
    • Sp.A: 110
    • Sp.D: 70
    • Spe: 100
    • Total: 560

    Aquolipper

    Water/Flying

    Water Absorb

    Pelipper

    Aquolipper the Water Bird Pokémon.

    Aquolippers in small groups are capable of draining entire lakes by gathering multiple gallons of water in their beaks to store for later. They can launch pressurized blasts of water that can tear through steel.

    • HP: 90
    • Atk: 60
    • Def: 120
    • Sp.A: 115
    • Sp.D: 90
    • Spe: 70
    • Total: 545

    Splashque

    Bug/Water

    Bubble Shield

    Masquerain

    Splashque, the Splash Bug Pokémon.

    Splashque mostly hide themselves in giant spheres of water for protection, and can create limbs from the water sphere. If something were to evaporate the entire sphere, Splashque would be immediately helpless.

    • HP: 90
    • Atk: 60
    • Def: 95
    • Sp.A: 100
    • Sp.D: 115
    • Spe: 100
    • Total: 560

    Kyodaiyama

    Fighting

    King of Fighting

    Hariyama

    Kyodaiyama, the Royal Sumo Pokémon.

    Kyodaiyama are extremely durable and can shrug off most kinds of damage easily. They are even capable of storing up massive amounts of damage that they can use against their opponents in short bursts.

    • HP: 155
    • Atk: 150
    • Def: 90
    • Sp.A: 40
    • Sp.D: 90
    • Spe: 50
    • Total: 575

    Teeterpin

    Normal

    Prankster

    Spinda

    Teeterpin, the Teeter Pokémon.

    Teeterpin, while constantly dizzy, are extremely fast whenever they start spinning. They can spin so fast that on rare ccasions, they can create tornadoes or even black holes by spinning.

    • HP: 90
    • Atk: 110
    • Def: 80
    • Sp.A: 105
    • Sp.D: 80
    • Spe: 90
    • Total: 555

    Terraetle

    Grass/Ground

    Ice-Proof

    Torterra

    Terratle, the Ecosystem Pokémon.

    Terratles carry an entire ecosystem on their backs, which can support a wide variety of Pokémon. Their humongous heads are capable of blasting Solar Beams capable of destroying multiple buildings.

    • HP: 105
    • Atk: 120
    • Def: 115
    • Sp.A: 70
    • Sp.D: 90
    • Spe: 60
    • Total: 560

    Bureiyan

    Fire/Fighting

    Moxie

    Infernape

    Bureiyan, the Monkey King Pokémon.

    Bureiyans have a competitive fighting spirit that allows them fight untill every bone in their body is broken. Their golden flames are capable of reaching 5000°C.

    • HP: 70
    • Atk: 115
    • Def: 70
    • Sp.A: 115
    • Sp.D: 70
    • Spe: 120
    • Total: 560

    Emporius

    Water/Ice

    Competitive

    Empoleon

    Emporius, the Royal Pokémon.

    Emporius are capable of swimming over the speed of sound, and their armor allows them to survive their amazing speeds. Their sight is also impressive, and they can spot creatures camouflaged into the wild.

    • HP: 90
    • Atk: 90
    • Def: 90
    • Sp.A: 120
    • Sp.D: 110
    • Spe: 60
    • Total: 560

    Musricket

    Bug/Sound

    Loud Fighter

    Kricketune

    Musricket, the Maestro Pokémon.

    Musricket are capable of playing many kinds of music by scratching their arms, and are capable of memorizing entire operas as well. They can also use their knife-like arms to cut through wood like it was paper.

    • HP: 80
    • Atk: 130
    • Def: 70
    • Sp.A: 90
    • Sp.D: 70
    • Spe: 120
    • Total: 560

    Miaoutiful

    Normal

    Dazzling

    Purugly

    Miaoutifil, the Beauty Cat Pokémon.

    Miaoutfil can use their amazing cat ears to hear anything in a one kilometer radius, and their eyes have limited x-ray vision that can see through soft objects like clay. They can launch immensely powerful furballs that explode on contact with it's target.

    • HP: 85
    • Atk: 115
    • Def: 80
    • Sp.A: 60
    • Sp.D: 80
    • Spe: 135
    • Total: 555

    Magnezap

    Electric/Steel

    Galvanize

    Magnezone

    Mangezap, the Giga Volt Pokémon.

    Magnezap has a very powerful magnetic field that naturally attracts Steel-type Pokemon torwards it. It can use this to it's advantage by reversing its magnetic field and launching Steel-types at it's opponents.

    • HP: 90
    • Atk: 60
    • Def: 100
    • Sp.A: 150
    • Sp.D: 110
    • Spe: 60
    • Total: 570

    Lickalong

    Normal

    Strong Body

    Lickilicky

    Lickalong, the Long Tongue Pokémon.

    A Lickilong can stretch it's tounge across an entire city due to his entire body being made of a gum-like material that can stretch over extremely long distances. Because of this, while a Lickilong can feel attacks, it doesn't really affect him besides of the pain it can feel, and it can even counter by snapping back from the attack.   

    • HP: 130
    • Atk: 95
    • Def: 100
    • Sp.A: 95
    • Sp.D: 100
    • Spe: 50
    • Total: 570

    Shadremor

    Ghost

    Spirit Repellant

    Dusknoir

    Shadremor, the Shadow Master Pokémon.

    Shadremor, while appearing as a nightmarish being, is actually very mellow and kind for a Neon Evolution due to losing the antenna it had as a Dusknoir. It can borrow energy from the world of spirits to create weapons while fighting, and can also draw from the same energy to launch gigantic Shadow Balls. 

    • HP: 80
    • Atk: 120
    • Def: 135
    • Sp.A: 55
    • Sp.D: 135
    • Spe: 45
    • Total: 570

    Screebat

    Sound/Flying

    Loud Fighter

    Swoobat Screebat, the Loud Singer Pokémon.
    • HP: 80
    • Atk: 80
    • Def: 80
    • Sp.A: 100
    • Sp.D: 70
    • Spe: 120
    • Total: 540

    Medicute

    Light (Light/Fairy after Mega Evolution)

    Triage

    Audino Medicute, the Medic Pokémon.

    • HP: 125
    • Atk: 60
    • Def: 100
    • Sp.A: 110
    • Sp.D: 100
    • Spe: 60
    • Total: 555

  • HP: 125
  • Atk: 60
  • Def: 140
  • Sp.A: 130
  • Sp.D: 140
  • Spe: 60
  • Total: 655

  • Kultodile

    Dark/Ground

    Untrustworthy

    Krookodile Kultodile, the Bad Boss Pokémon.
    • HP: 100
    • Atk: 125
    • Def: 90
    • Sp.A: 70
    • Sp.D: 80
    • Spe: 95
    • Total: 560

    Vellusino

    Normal

    Thick Fur

    Cinccino Vellusino, the Thick Fur Pokémon.
    • HP: 95
    • Atk: 110
    • Def: 70
    • Sp.A: 90
    • Sp.D: 70
    • Spe: 125
    • Total: 560

    Vanillion

    Ice

    Refrigerate

    Vanilluxe

    Vanillion, the Ice Age Pokémon.

    Vanillion is so cold, that if it stays in one place too long, the area around them reaches around -50° Fahrenheit. Their three heads are capable of rapid-firing snowballs that can pierce through iron.

    • HP: 80
    • Atk: 70
    • Def: 90
    • Sp.A: 130
    • Sp.D: 95
    • Spe: 110
    • Total: 575

    Decagel

    Ice/Dark

    Untrustworthy

    Cryogonal Decagel, the Counternature Pokémon.
    • HP: 90
    • Atk: 50
    • Def: 70
    • Sp.A: 115
    • Sp.D: 130
    • Spe: 110
    • Total: 565

    Blastmor

    Fire/Steel

    Earth Hijacker

    Heatmor

    Blastmor, the Anteater Pokémon.

    Blastmor are constantly generating great amounts of heat that it uses to melt its opponents with ease. However, due to the constant heat generation, Trainers who have a Blastmor have to be careful to not let them overheat.

    • HP: 85
    • Atk: 105
    • Def: 65
    • Sp.A: 120
    • Sp.D: 70
    • Spe: 110
    • Total: 555

    Teneydra

    Dark/Dragon

    Draco Resistance

    Hydreigon Teneydra, the Ferocius Pokémon.
    • HP: 105
    • Atk: 120
    • Def: 90
    • Sp.A: 135
    • Sp.D: 100
    • Spe: 100
    • Total: 650

    Squidium

    Psychic/Dark

    Trick Realm

    Malamar Squidium, the Neutral Pokémon.
    • HP: 100
    • Atk: 115
    • Def: 105
    • Sp.A: 70
    • Sp.D: 95
    • Spe: 75
    • Total: 560

    Heliogaze

    Electric/Light

    Light Energy

    Heliolisk

    Heliogize, the Generator Pokémon.

    Heliogaze can draw in massive amounts sunlight to create a armor around itself. The armor is almost impossible to break and can regenerate from piercing attacks, though if a eclipse happens, then Heliogaze cannot create it's armor. 

    • HP: 75
    • Atk: 70
    • Def: 70
    • Sp.A: 120
    • Sp.D: 100
    • Spe: 130
    • Total: 565

    Energidore

    Fighting/Flying

    Speed Boost

    Hawlucha

    Energidore, the Luchadore Pokémon.

    Energidore are capable of flying at speeds far greater than the speed of sound. Enduring a attack from a Energidore flying at those speeds is considered almost impossible for a normal Pokémon.

    • HP: 85
    • Atk: 120
    • Def: 80
    • Sp.A: 75
    • Sp.D: 75
    • Spe: 135
    • Total: 570

    Gooenax

    Dragon

    Mighty Body

    Goodra Gooenax, the Guardian Pokémon.
    • HP: 100
    • Atk: 110
    • Def: 100
    • Sp.A: 120
    • Sp.D: 160
    • Spe: 60
    • Total: 650

    Gourgeant

    Grass/Ghost

    Giant Size

    Gourgeist Gourgeant, the Giant Pumpkin Pokémon.
    • HP: 110
    • Atk: 120
    • Def: 135
    • Sp.A: 60
    • Sp.D: 90
    • Spe: 60
    • Total: 575

    Megalanche

    Ice

    Strong Body

    Avalugg

    Megalanche, the Avalanche Pokémon.

    Megalanche have been known to leave a trail of ice that never melts wherever it goes. It's icy body, while being easy to melt, is almost impossible to break due to it's icy spirit repairing any cracks that appear on it's body.

    • HP: 100
    • Atk: 125
    • Def: 190
    • Sp.A: 30
    • Sp.D: 90
    • Spe: 30
    • Total: 565

    Prosecgoos

    Normal/Dark

    Moxie

    Gumshoos

    Prosecgoos, the Inspector Pokémon.

    Prosecgoose are constantly observing the landscape around itself to search for advantages and disadvantages. If a Prosecgoose goes up against a strong opponent, it looks for any weak spots before launching strong Crunches at the opponent. 

    • P: 90
    • Atk: 130
    • Def: 80
    • Sp.A: 65
    • Sp.D: 80
    • Spe: 95
    • Total: 540

    Belezasta

    Grass/Light

    Defiant

    Lurantis

    Belezasta, the Narcassist Pokémon.

    Upon Neon Evolving, Belezasta has gained a long white dress made of grass that captivates all of its opponents. It's appearence has inspired various clothing designs, one of which has been worn by a ex-president of the Aether Foundation. 

    • HP: 90
    • Atk: 125
    • Def: 95
    • Sp.A: 60
    • Sp.D: 95
    • Spe: 95
    • Total: 560

    Periculux

    Grass/Fairy

    Deadly Light

    Shiinotic

    Periculux, the Dreaded Light Pokémon.

    Periculux are among the most dangerous Fairy-type Pokémon. Unlike their pre-Neon Evolution, Shiinotic, the Periculux will immediatly blind the victims and completely devour them without any trace. They become severely weakened shall they take just one bite on Poison-type Pokémon.

    • HP: 80
    • Atk: 50
    • Def: 80
    • Sp.A: 125
    • Sp.D: 130
    • Spe: 100
    • Total: 565

    Ancorino

    Ghost/Grass

    Filter

    Dhelmise

    Ancorino, the Navigator Pokémon.

    Having turned it's seaweed body into a second anchor, a Ancorino can entangle its opponent with one anchor and hurt its opponent with the other one. If the second anchor is completely burnt away by a very hot Fire-Type attack, the Pokemon is automatically de-Neon Evolved back to Dhelmise.

    • HP: 90
    • Atk: 140
    • Def: 110
    • Sp.A: 90
    • Sp.D: 95
    • Spe: 45
    • Total: 570

    Forcopod

    Bug/Water

    Sheer Force

    Golisopod

    Forcopod, the Ferocious Pokémon.

    After Neon Evolving, Forcepod gains a extremely powerful Aura surrounding itself that launches weaker opponents away. While Forcepod isn't as fast as most other Pokémon, it doesn't matter as Forcepod's Aura helps it aim attacks with great precision.

    • HP: 95
    • Atk: 135
    • Def: 145
    • Sp.A: 60
    • Sp.D: 95
    • Spe: 40
    • Total: 570

    Ultimaurum

    Varied (Normal if not holding a Memory Disc.)

    None (RKS System is kept)

    Silvally Ultimaurum, the Multi-Power Pokémon.
    • HP: 95
    • Atk: 110
    • Def: 95
    • Sp.A: 110
    • Sp.D: 95
    • Spe: 95
    • Total: 600

    Bamblast

    Grass/Fire

    Drought

    Bamboom

    Bamblast, the Explosive Pokémon.

    Bamblast, Bamboom's Neon Evolution, had its claw-like brenches into hands and is constantly burning. It can deliver an extreme overheat without being harmed as an attack, but it is also way heavier and the Trainer could not carry it like they could when it was Bamboom.

    • HP: 100
    • Atk: 80
    • Def: 120
    • Sp.A: 135
    • Sp.D: 105
    • Spe: 30
    • Total: 570

    Chomperish

    Grass/Dragon

    Grass Pelt

    Glugon Chomperish, the Berry Devourer Pokemon.
    • HP: 95
    • Atk: 140
    • Def: 110
    • Sp.A: 43
    • Sp.D: 93
    • Spe: 89
    • Total: 570

    Sundaemos

    Ice/Rock

    Slush Rush

    Chocoprime

    Sundaemos, the Sundae Pokémon.

    Sundaemos lay sweet chocolate traps to lure prey before freezing them and eating them. Because chocolate syrup naturally generates from their two heads, many chefs Neon Evolve Chocoprime while cooking deserts, to use the chocolate syrup as a topping.

    • HP: 90
    • Atk: 70
    • Def: 90
    • Sp.A: 120
    • Sp.D: 95
    • Spe: 115
    • Total: 575

    Magnutilma

    Electric/Steel

    Sturdy

    Magnultra

    (Ironeo Pokémon)

    Magnultima, the Discharge Pokémon.
    • HP: 90
    • Atk: 60
    • Def: 80
    • Sp.A: 135
    • Sp.D: 80
    • Spe: 125
    • Total: 570

    Peristatem

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    Peristatem, the Plague Pokemon.

    A long time ago in a region neighboring the Kalos region, there was a Champion who used a Peristatem to keep the region in order. It was before Team Flare leader had stole it and misused it, causing an area of a region into a wasteland.

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    Prisbulbem Butterbulb

    Prisbulbem, the Rainbow Butterfly Pokémon.

    Prisbulbem creates many different colors of light from the prism on it's head, which makes it a natural at Contests. A combination of it's Magic Guard and echolocation allows it to fly in sandstorms easily so it can help guide it's trainer to safety

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    Uniwryrm Galaxdrake

    Uniwyrm, the Universe Pokémon.

    Uniwyrms carry miniature universes on their tails, from which they draw their power. They are capable of making wormholes which they can use to bring people and Pokémon alike into their miniature universes.

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    Zaportress Plugower

    Zaportress, the Fortress Pokémon.

    Zaportress generate three gigavolts of energy every second, which they burn of by moving at very fast speeds so they don't explode. They have multiple gigantic cannons on their body, which they can use to launch a nigh-unstoppable blast of electricity.

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    Trivia

    • Imperdactyl and Medicute are the only Pokémon who are capable of Mega Evolution. This is because their counterpart prior to Neon Evolution, Aerodactyl and Audino, are also capable to do Mega Evolution, while the rest of compatible Pokémon cannot.
    • If Mega Evolution does not count, then Teneydra, Gooenax, Uniwryrm and Zaportress have the highest BST among the Neon Evolution with 650 BST each.
      • If Mega Evolution does count, then Mega Imperdactyl have the highest BST so far, with 665 BST, following by Mega Medicute with 655 BST.
    • Not surprisingly, Supachu have the most regional forms with three (Kanto/Classic, Alola and Ironeo) so far. This is because Raichu, the Pokémon prior to this Neon Evolution, have also three of those forms. Take notice that it is not exclusive to this Pokémon as some other Pokémon such as Avalugg also have a regional form.
    • Possibly because the Neon Gem is the only way to trigger a Neon Evolution, it is not possible for a Pokémon to have two or more different Neon Evolutions.
      • Samtendo09 actually said that because giving a Pokémon two Neon Evolutions would potentially caused distractors to scream favoritism and also not safe for balance, as Charizard and Mewtwo, the only two who got two different Mega Evolutions so far, had been noted for being in favor of nostalgia or popularity than logical reasons.

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