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Pokémon Temporal Diamond and Pokémon Spatial Pearl Version
Developer(s) Ghostrealm Studios
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Nintendo 3DS
Release Date(s)
October 2017
1-4 players
Age Rating(s)
E for Everyone
Genre(s) RPG
Series Pokemon
Predecessor Pokemon Sun and Moon (2016)
Media Included Game card, and a digital download.

Pokemon Temporal Diamond and Spacial Pearl are remakes of Pokemon Diamond and Pearl set to be released on 20th March, 2018.

Nintendo eShop Description

Sinnoh needs you! Return to Twinleaf Town once again and begin your journey!

  • Mega Evolve Torterra, Infernape, and Empoleon to achieve victory!!!
  • Explore the new Underground and find new Trainers to battle!
  • Reveal the mystery of Genesis Dialga/Palkia!
  • Enter the Distortion World again to stop Team Galactic to capture Giratina in a post-story mission!


The storyline is the same as Diamond and Pearl, with some of Platinum thrown in, with the following changes:

  • Platinum is used as the template for the game, with version-exclusive elements added when necessary.
  • The player can now move in all directions, like in Pokémon Sun/Moon. In addition, the game's overworld has been expanded to correspond with the new Pokédex.
  • The environment of the Sinnoh region has been drastically changed. Parts of Route 208 and Route 210 are covered in little amount of snow.
  • The Genesis Form of Dialga/Palkia is seen atop Spear Pillar during the main story.
  • The Team Galactic commanders, Gym Leaders, and Elite Four members are fleshed out, with every Elite Four member besides Flint appearing at least once before you reach the Pokemon League.
    • Aaron appears in Eterna Forest.
    • Bertha is seen in Veilstone City.
    • Lucian appears in Canalave City.
  • Cyrus's role is expanded upon considerably, as he appears in the post-game Platinum Episode, which involves him attempting to use the opposite member of the Creation Trio after his defeat atop Spear Pillar, but Giratina tries to stop him. The Ultra Beasts of Alola also appear, and are revealed to have fought with Giratina before. For more information on the Platinum Episode, click here.
  • You receive a map of Mt. Coronet from Looker before you enter it to stop Team Galactic atop Spear Pillar.
  • Team Galactic is now going after both Manaphy and Heatran, with the Ocean Temple area added off the coast of Route 223.
  • The Spatia/Cronos Ruins exist where Pal Park once stood. These ruins hold the opposite member of the Creation Trio, which cannot be caught. These ruins are located north of the new routes.
  • Aether Foundation scientists can be found throughout Sinnoh, sent by Lusamine to conduct research on the dimensional legends.
  • After completing the Platinum Episode, various legendaries from Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Unova, and Kalos begin appearing in Sinnoh:
Legendary (or Legendaries) Method to Obtain
Speak with Professor Oak in Eterna City to trigger the spawning of the birds. Unlike in Platinum, they eventually rest on Route 216, the Fuego Ironworks, and the Ravaged Path, respectively.
Obtain the Rocket Insignia from the Galactic Eterna Building, and speak to Saturn about it. After telling you about the former ties with Team Rocket that Team Galactic once possessed, the Forgotten Chamber may be entered, where Mewtwo lies.
The beast that is strong against your starter roams Sinnoh once all three Legendary Birds are caught. They eventually rest in Celestic Town.
Obtain the Tidal/Clear Bell from Jasmine in Sunyshore by showing her a Legendary Beast, and then travel to the Sinjoh Ruins. Once there, Lugia or Ho-Oh will be waiting depending on your version.
Regirock is available to both versions from the Titan Ruins on Route 228. Afterwards, either Registeel or Regice can be caught in the Titan Ruins depending on your version. The Regis can be used to awaken Regigigas later on.
A meteorite crater is located on Route 232, where Deoxys can be battled.
Terrakion XY

Visit Alder at the Valor Lakefront to trigger the Swords of Justice appearing in three locations:

  • Cobalion on Iron Island.
  • Terrakion in Mt. Coronet.
  • Virizion in Eterna Forest.
Kyurem PWW
Find the Dark Stone/Light Stone in the Underground, and bring it to the Relic Tower on Route 231. Zekrom/Reshiram will be waiting at the top, with the dragon you fight depending on your version. If you bring both to the top of the tower, Kyurem appears. The DNA Splicers can be found on the ground shortly after battling Kyurem.
Find Thundurus/Tornadus on Route 215, and catch them, with the Pokemon you get changing depending on your version. Bring both to Route 215, and Landorus attacks. The Reveal Glass is obtained from a man in Jubilife City.
Travel to the Chamber of Life/Death in Lower Mt. Coronet, and either Xerneas or Yveltal will be there depending on your version.
  • Arceus can be caught if you bring a party full of all three members of the Creation Trio and all three Lake Guardians to the cave in Celestic Town, where you receive the Azure Flute from an Aether Foundation scientist. Play it at Spear Pillar, and you can battle Arceus.
  • A sleeping Snorlax blocks a bridge on Route 208.
  • Routes 231 and 232 are introduced, which are linked to southern Mt. Coronet. These mountainous and dry routes take you to the Sinjoh Ruins, where Ho-Oh or Lugia can be caught after the Platinum Episode depending on your version. The Relic Tower, a tower with a connection to Unova, is located along this route. In there, Volcarona can also be caught.
  • Fullmoon and Newmoon Island are opened up after the Platinum Episode is complete, and hold Cresselia and Darkrai, respectively.
  • After completing the Platinum Episode, an Ultra Wormhole appears near Celestic Town, with a Cosmog nearby.
  • The opposite-gender character can be battled in Sandgem Town every week after you complete the main story.
  • Barry, Lucas/Dawn, Cynthia, and Cyrus can mega evolve their starters, Garchomp, and Weavile, respectively.
  • A Kanto starter may be obtained from Professor Oak after obtaining the National Pokedex, while a Hoenn starter can be obtained from a Hoenn-native tourist near the Battle Frontier. A Kalos starter can be obtained from one of Professor Rowan's associates.
  • Lower Mt. Coronet is opened up once the Platinum Episode is done, and holds the Forgotten Chamber, where Mewtwo lies, alongside various Pokemon species not in the Sinnoh Pokedex and a direct entrance to the Underground.
  • Z-Crystals can be obtained by clearing small challenges before battling the Gym Leader. Some of the Z-Crystals can only be obtained during post-game, hidden in the Battle Zone and in the Underground.
  • Horde Battles and SOS Battles are returning.
  • Completing the Sinnoh Pokedex is no longer required to visit the Survival and Resort Areas.
  • The Global Terminal in Jubilife City has been replaced with the Battle Terminal, which holds the Battle Institute and the Battle Royale Arena.
  • The Sinnoh Gym Leaders and Elite Four get Mega Evolved Pokemon in their rematches:
    • Roark gets a Mega Rampardos.
    • Gardenia gets a Mega Roserade.
    • Fantina gets a Mega Drifblim.
    • Maylene gets a Mega Lucario.
    • Crasher Wake gets a Mega Empoleon.
    • Byron gets a Mega Bastiodon.
    • Candice gets a Mega Froslass.
    • Volkner gets a Mega Electivire.
    • Aaron gets a Mega Vespiquen.
    • Bertha gets a Mega Rhyperior.
    • Flint gets a Mega Magmortar.
    • Lucian gets a Mega Gallade.
  • Awakening Regigigas now requires you to complete a puzzle involving all three Regis.
  • The Gym order is the same as Platinum.
  • After Dialga or Palkia is calmed down, temporal/spatial rifts remain throughout Sinnoh, causing non-native Pokemon to be scattered throughout the region.
  • A tribute to Satoru Iwata can be found in Jubilife City.
  • Access to Poke Pelago is unlocked through a sidequest involving Bebe to link the Sinnoh PC system to that of Alola's.
  • Amity Square now allows for walking with all 802 Pokemon.
  • Most non-Starter Mega Stones are scattered around Sinnoh after the Platinum Episode.
  • Oak's Letter returns as a distribution item, allowing players to catch Shaymin.

Communication with Other Games

Temporal Diamond and Spatial Pearl are capable of trading and battling with Pokemon Sun and Moon as well as other copies of Temporal Diamond and Spatial Pearl, and Pokemon can be transferred over to Pokemon Solid and Liquid via Pokemon Bank as well. Pokemon from X & Y as well as ORAS can also be transferred over via Bank.

However, in order to honor the original Diamond and Pearl, Pokemon from any Gen IV game can be transferred directly to Bank without having to go through Gen V, and if you bring a Pokemon from the original Diamond, Pearl, or Platinum to the GAME FREAK director at the Valor Lakefront, you will get the Time Traveler Award.

The games can also link to Pokemon Stadium 3 for HD battling on the Nintendo Switch, as well as to obtain some nice rewards.

Sun & Moon Compatibility Update

A patch will be released for Sun & Moon that allows for the new features added in Temporal Diamond and Spatial Pearl to work, including the new Mega Evolutions. The following features will be added in the patch:

  • All Mega Stones are now purchasable from the Battle Tree.
  • The Genesis Forms and all of the new moves, Abilities, items, and other forms will be available.
  • A ship can now be taken to the Sinnoh Battle Frontier from any dock in Alola, to allow for compatibility with the battle facilities in the Battle Frontier. However, you cannot leave the Fight Area since you don't have all eight Sinnoh gym badges.
  • Barry is now a Title Defense challenger, using a team of Roserade, Floatzel, Rapidash, Staraptor, Snorlax, and Mega Heracross.
  • When fighting a player who is using Temporal Diamond or Spatial Pearl, their in-game model will show up instead of the default Sun & Moon one.
  • Location data for Sinnoh has been added, so that Pokemon from Temporal Diamond and Spatial Pearl will have accurate met locations instead of a "Faraway place".
  • Lucas appears in the Battle Tree with a team consisting of Torterra, Infernape, Empoleon, Mega Lucario, Porygon-Z, and Rotom.
  • The Bike can now be obtained as an item from a man on Melemele Island after defeating Hala. It is accessed from the Pokeride menu unlike most Key Items.

New Features

  • New Mega Evolutions (I think the BSTs might be broken though):
Pokemon Type Ability Base Stat Totals Mega Stone/Location
Grass/Rock Solid Rock

Attack: 149

Defense: 125

Special Attack: 75

Special Defense: 105

Speed: 76

Torterranite (After Byron's gym, or from Barry)

Fire/Fighting Technician

Attack: 124

Defense: 91

Special Attack: 124

Special Defense: 91

Speed: 128

Infernapite (After Byron's gym, or from Barry)

Water/Steel Steelworker

Attack: 86

Defense: 138

Special Attack: 131

Special Defense: 131

Speed: 60

Empoleonite (After Byron's gym, or from Barry)

Electric/Dark Electric Surge

Attack: 140

Defense: 79

Special Attack: 115

Special Defense: 99

Speed: 110

Luxraynite (Ravaged Path)
Grass/Poison Merciless

Attack: 70

Defense: 75

Special Attack: 145

Special Defense: 125

Speed: 110

Roseradite (Eterna Forest)
Poison/Flying Speed Boost

Attack: 110

Defense: 80

Sp. Attack: 95

Sp. Defense: 70

Speed: 160

Crobatite (Ravaged Path)
Steel/Electric Lightning Rod

Attack: 125

Defense: 150

Special Attack: 176

Special Defense: 205

Speed: 80

Steelixite (Iron Island)
Rock/Fighting Guts

Attack: 185

Defense: 60

Special Attack: 65

Special Defense: 50

Speed: 138

Rampardosite (The Underground)
Steel/Dragon Sand Stream

Attack: 82

Defense: 188

Special Attack: 47

Special Defense: 188

Speed: 30

Bastiodonite (The Underground)
Bug/Fairy Queenly Majesty

Attack: 100

Defense: 132

Special Attack: 100

Special Defense: 132

Speed: 40

Vespiquenite (Master Rank Super Contest)
Grass/Fire Flash Fire

Attack: 70

Defense: 70

Special Attack: 115

Special Defense: 78

Speed: 96

Cherrimite (Flower Paradise)
Fire/Steel Magma Armor

Attack: 115

Defense: 87

Special Attack: 145

Special Defense: 115

Speed: 103

Magmortarite (Fuego Ironworks)

Electric/Fighting Iron Fist

Attack: 143

Defense: 87

Special Attack: 95

Special Defense: 105

Speed: 135

Electivirite (Sunyshore City)

Normal/Fighting Sheer Force

Attack: 120

Defense: 86

Special Attack: 60

Special Defense: 86

Speed: 135

Ambipominite (Pokemon Mansion)
Ghost/Flying Aerilate

Attack: 110

Defense: 44

Special Attack: 120

Special Defense: 54

Speed: 120

Drifblimite (Lost Tower)
Ghost/Fire Cursed Body

Attack: 55

Defense: 110

Special Attack: 165

Special Defense: 110

Speed: 100

Chandelurite (Route 231)
Ground/Flying Thick Fat

Attack: 115

Defense: 145

Special Attack: 45

Special Defense: 115

Speed: 115

Gliscorite (Wayward Cave)
Fairy/Flying Pixilate

Attack: 50

Defense: 135

Special Attack: 140

Special Defense: 135

Speed: 80

Togekissite (Floarama Meadow)
Ghost/Dark Shadow Tag

Attack: 100

Defense: 175

Special Attack: 65

Special Defense: 175

Speed: 45

Dusknoirite (Turnback Cave)
Dark/Psychic Anticipation

Attack: 125

Defense: 80

Special Attack: 140

Special Defense: 80

Speed: 125

Zoroarkite (Relic Tower)
Ground/Psychic Dazzling

Attack: 90

Defense: 125

Special Attack: 110

Special Defense: 140

Speed: 75

Claydolite (Given to you by Buck after Stark Mountain's events)
Rhyperior XY
Ground/Steel Piercing Drills(Doubles the Attack stats of Ground-type moves)

Attack: 160

Defense: 150

Special Attack: 55

Special Defense: 95

Speed: 60

Rhyperiorite (Oreburgh Mine)
Ground/Dark Strong Jaw

Attack: 137

Defense: 100

Special Attack: 65

Special Defense: 90

Speed: 132

Krookodilite (Route 232)
Normal Liquid Ooze

Attack: 90

Defense: 120

Special Attack: 80

Special Defense: 116

Speed: 50

Lickilickite (Pastoria Marsh)
Grass/Dragon Grassy Surge

Attack: 128

Defense: 83

Special Attack: 72

Special Defense: 87

Speed: 71

Tropiusite (Route 227)
Dragon/Poison Corrosion

Attack: 100

Defense: 90

Special Attack: 150

Special Defense: 170

Speed: 100

Goodranite (Great Marsh)
Water/Fairy Pixilate

Attack: 60

Defense: 79

Special Attack: 150

Special Defense: 125

Speed: 131

Miloticite (Route 220)
Lapras XY
Water/Ice Ice Body

Attack: 85

Defense: 100

Special Attack: 125

Special Defense: 115

Speed: 80

Laprasite (Professor Oak)
Dark/Ice Snow Warning

Attack: 140

Defense: 105

Special Attack: 45

Special Defense: 105

Speed: 145

Weavilite (Snowpoint Temple)


Frozen Song

(Sound-based moves change to the Ice-type)

Attack: 80

Defense: 130

Special Attack: 80

Special Defense: 130

Speed: 130

Froslassite (Battle Royale Master Rank)

Ice/Steel Glacier Armor (Halves damage from Fire-type moves)

Attack: 137

Defense: 204

Special Attack: 44

Special Defense: 106

Speed: 28

Avaluggite (Route 224)
Dragon/Flying Simple

Attack: 154

Defense: 105

Special Attack: 120

Special Defense: 120

Speed: 100

Dragoninite (Victory Road)

Dark/Dragon Defiant

Attack: 125

Defense: 110

Special Attack: 145

Special Defense: 110

Speed: 108

Hydreigonite (Lower Mt. Coronet)

Cresselia XY
Psychic/Fairy Serene Grace

Attack: 70

Defense: 140

Special Attack: 115

Special Defense: 150

Speed: 105

Cresselite (Fullmoon Island)
Dark/Ghost Dark Aura

Attack: 90

Defense: 110

Special Attack: 175

Special Defense: 110

Speed: 145

Darkrainite (Newmoon Island)
  • Z-Moves have been introduced for the lake guardians, Regigigas and Shaymin, upgrading their Psychic, Giga Impact, and Seed Flare moves to Power of the Lakes, Titanic Slam, and Seed Burst, respectively.
  • PokéRide returns from Pokémon Sun & Moon.
    • The Bike remains due to Cycling Road.
    • Rampardos is obtained after the Oreburgh City gym battle, acting as Rock Smash.
    • Scyther is obtained after Eterna City, as Cut.
    • Drifblim fills the Defog niche after you defeat Fantina.
    • Staraptor is your Fly Pokemon after Veilstone.
    • Lapras is the Surf Pokemon once again.
    • Bastiodon provides Strength.
    • Garchomp is used for Rock Climb.
    • Floatzel is capable of swimming faster than Lapras as well as going up waterfalls.
    • Stoutland is reused from Sun and Moon as the Dowsing Machine, obtained at the same time.
    • Mamoswine is obtained in Canalave City, and is used to travel faster through thick snow.
  • Some Pokémon, like Wormadam got new formes. New formes for Burmy and Wormadam are Tidal Cloak (Bug/Water), Nest Cloak (Bug/Flying) and Snow Cloak (Bug/Ice).
  • The Underground has been revamped. Battles may occur there now between players, and Secret Bases are similar to those in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, and you can even dig a tunnel that connects your base to the surface. The Underground can also use the Nintendo Network to find people to play with, providing a new source of flags to help get Spiritomb.
    • Hidden Caverns can now be found in the Underground, which hold Pokemon that have their Hidden Abilities.
  • The Game Corner in Veilstone now has different minigames due to the European gambling issues that led to no game corners after the release of HeartGold and SoulSilver. The minigames have nothing to do with gambling, and the building is even renamed to the "Veilstone Arcade". The minigames are similar to those in FireRed and LeafGreen's Game Corner in the Sevii Islands, as well as Voltorb Flip from HeartGold and SoulSilver.
  • The Great Marsh's Safari Game has been revamped, with the Safari Game no longer requiring a payment. The Pokemon distribution there remains the same, but includes non-native Pokemon once you get the National Pokedex.
    • A new game mode known as the Safari Challenge has also been added to the Great Marsh, available after the Platinum Episode. In it, you only get to bring in one of your Pokemon, which is scaled down to level 50. You form a team of Pokemon from the Great Marsh, and use it to defeat a Boss Pokemon at the end, which is similar to a Totem Pokemon. A score is awarded based on your team composition as well as how long it took to defeat the boss, and you get to keep any Pokemon you caught.
  • Super Contests return alongside the dress-up feature and dancing minigame, with Keira and her Mega Lopunny introduced as your main contest rival. Elements of the Hoenn Contest Spectaculars are brought in as well, with Lisia even appearing as an opponent later on.
  • The Creation Trio, and Arceus, gets new Forms known as Genesis Forms, which are activated by holding their respective orb, or in Giratina's case, knowing the move Void Pulse. Arceus's is activated through the Jewel of Life, which is obtained in the Hall of Origin after battling it.
Pokemon Type Signature Move (Due to the power of these moves, they only have 2 PP, and that number cannot be boosted) Ability Stat Changes/Competitive Analysis

Temporal Rift (Dragon-type)

(Damages a target and forces both opponents to switch out)

Chronal Warping (Two-turn moves don't waste a turn) Dialga's Special Attack and Defense are increased, with it's Ability providing a hefty boost to moves like Giga Impact and Solar Beam. Temporal Rift allows for Dialga to see a boost in damage and survivability.

Gravity Lapse (Dragon-type)

(The entire enemy team takes light damage, with the Pokemon currently out taking more)

Spatial Power (Moves can be used regardless of typing) Palkia gets a Special Attack and Special Defense increase, and it's Ability allows for attacks to hit regardless of typing, which helps against Fairy-types. Gravity Lapse hits multiple foes, making switching out difficult.
Giratina Origin XY

Void Pulse


(Damages a target and applies a random status condition)

Dying Breath (When Giratina faints, the enemy Pokemon is forced to switch out) Giratina's Special Attack and Speed are boosted, and Dying Breath allows you to set up powerful revenge kills for when you are eventually killed. Void Pulse forces enemies to rethink their strategies.

Divine Judgement: Assail a target for massive damage and boost all of your stats.


Divine Protean: When a target is knocked out, you gain one of their types as a second type alongside Normal. All of Arceus's stats are boosted by a tiny bit, and both its signature move and Ability allow it to retake its place as a broken Pokemon.
  • Many features from ORAS and X/Y return, like the PSS, Super Training, and others. Trainer Customization also returns.
  • Pokémon Refresh returns from Su/Mo.
  • The Pokech has been upgraded to the Pokech Plus, with new apps such as a Menu app for menu buttons, a Jubilife TV app similar to the BuzzNav, a Pokedex app similar to the DexNav, and others. It also brings back the phone feature that hasn't been seen since HeartGold and SoulSilver's Pokegear.
  • The Battle Royale mode, Hyper Training, and Z-Moves also returns from S/M. Unlike its predecessor, the Mega Ring and Z-Ring have merged into one item, called the Power Ring. However, you can only use either Mega Evolution or Z-Moves on your Pokémon, not both.
  • The Battle Frontier reappears again, and the Fight Area now holds a Day Care along with an Egg-hatching route similar to the one in ORAS.
  • The Pokédex has been expanded to an amount of 380 Pokémon, 170 more than the original Platinum Pokédex, which is more than the original Pokédex from Diamond & Pearl.
  • The Poke Radar now brings out Pokemon who were not registered in the new Pokédex.
  • Sinnohian Formes are introduced, in contrast to the Alolan formes of Pokémon Sun & Moon. They add type variety to Sinnoh's Pokedex to help counteract issues with the old Pokedex. They are 29 Pokémon who receive these formes to adapt to the climate of the region.
Image Name Typing Abilities Description
Sinnohian Sentret & Furret Normal/Ground

Cheek Pouch


Adaptability (Hidden)

In the Sinnoh region, these Sentrets have been adapted to a burrowing lifestyle where they chase their favourite prey, Bidoof.

Based on black-footed ferrets.

Sinnohian Onix & Steelix

Rock/Electric (Onix)

Steel/Electric (Steelix)

Electric Surge


Sheer Force (Hidden)

Due to the electromagnetic rocks being found in the Sinnoh region, the appearance of Onix has changed featuring yellow rocks saving electricity.

Based on tourmaline and electric generators.

Sinnohian Psyduck & Golduck Water/Psychic



Drizzle (Hidden)

Psyduck and Golduck have a more calmer disposition than their relatives. They are often seen meditating in ponds and training their fighting skills on mountains.

Based on buddhist monks.

Sinnohian Beautifly & Dustox

Bug/Fire (Beautifly)

Bug/Fairy (Dustox)








Effect Spore (Hidden)

Huge flocks of Beautifly often gather in the forests of Sinnoh to wander to a faraway region.

Based on a monarch butterfly.

During nighttime, Dustox use their flashing wings and their antenna to navigate through the darkness.

Based on the Luna moth.

Sinnohian Espurr & Meowstic Ghost/Fire

Flash Fire

Shadow Tag

Prankster (Hidden)

In the Sinnoh region, Espurr and Meowstic's tails are covered in ghastly flames which they use to burn their opponents into a crisp. It is not known whether they're alive or dead.

Based on Nekomata and Schrödinger's Cat.

Sinnohian Ponyta & Rapidash Dark/Ghost

Quick Feet

Emergency Exit

Intimidate (Hidden)

The corrupted energy of the Distortion World have caused this Ponyta to gain a malevolent nature. Said to be reincarnations of fallen warriors from an ancient civilization.

Based on the Draugr and nightmares.

Sinnohian Hoothoot & Noctowl Ice/Psychic



No Guard (Hidden)

With their white feathers, they can perfectly hide in the snow and wait for incoming prey.

Noctowl of the Sinnoh region wield a staff made out of ice. They use their ice magic to freeze their opponents.

Based on snowy owls and the legend of Jack Frost.

Sinnohian Mienfoo & Mienshao Fighting/Steel

Inner Focus

Quick Feet

Reckless (Hidden)

To train themselves, Mienfoo often gather sticks to use them as weapons.

Mienshao's armor doesn't hinder its quick fighting skills. It attacks opponents with its glaive.

Based on the Kamaitachi and an onna-bugeisha.

Sinnohian Wynaut & Wobbuffet Fighting Huge Power

Wynaut and Wobbuffet have been toughened to endure the colder climate of the Sinnoh region.

Based on boxers.

Sinnohian Wooper & Quagsire Water/Fire



Protean (Hidden)

Colder temperatures during the winter have a dramatic impact on Wooper's typing. While being heavily injured during an intense fight, they regenerate their lost body parts by taking a bath in hot springs.

Based on axolotls.

Sinnohian Girafarig Normal/Dark



Trace (Hidden)

Due to their reverse coloration, this Girafarig are more aggressive than other Girafarig.

Based on an okapi.

Sinnohian Cubone & Marowak Dragon/Fighting


Mold Breaker

Rough Skin (Hidden)

These brutes often gather bones to wear them around their bodies like charms. They never show any sign of sadness. Marowak will defend their young from predators like Mandibuzz.

Based on the Spartoi, warriors being born from a dragon's teeth.

Sinnohian Tympole, Palpitoad and Seismitoad

Rock (Tympole)

Rock/Grass (Palpitoad & Seismitoad)

Swift Swim

Rock Head

Solid Rock (Hidden)

Tympole of the Sinnoh region have a darker coloration to camouflage themselves in riverbeds.

Sinnoh's Palpitoad is often seen posing as rocks near waterfalls. When prey gets too close, it gets surprised by Palpitoad's moss-covered tongue.

Having a thicker and jagged hide made of rock, they are climbing waterfalls to bring Tympole to their self-made rock nests.

Based on pebble toads and suriname toads.

Sinnohian Salandit & Salazzle Poison/Water

Poison Touch

Compound Eyes

Dazzling (Hidden)

In the Sinnoh region, Salandit have adapted to an aquatic lifestyle. They are very swift swimmers, pursuing prey to finish them off with a poisonous bite.

One folk tale of Sinnoh depicts Salazzle as a seductive woman wading through the water, bringing fishermen to their doom.

Based on Great crested newts and the Undines.

Sinnohian Wailord Water/Rock

Rock Head


Stamina (Hidden)

Wailord of the northern oceans are more larger and more bulkier. They are well-known for their songs echoing through the ocean and creating bubble nets to trap Wishiwashi.

Based on a humpback whale.

Version-Exclusive Pokémon

Temporal Diamond-exclusive Spatial Pearl-exclusive
Cranidos & Rampardos Shieldon & Bastiodon
Lycanroc Midday Form Lycanroc Midnight Form
Heracross Pinsir
Stunky & Skuntank Glameow & Purugly
Sableye Mawile
Oricorio Baile Style & Pa'u Style Oricorio Sensu & Oricorio Pom-Pom Style
Mime Jr. & Mr. Mime Bonsly & Sudowoodo
Cleffa, Clefairy & Clefable Igglybuff, Jigglypuff & Wigglytuff
Rufflet & Braviary Vullaby & Mandibuzz
Dratini, Dragonair & Dragonite Deino, Zweilous & Hydreigon
Dialga Palkia
Cresselia Darkrai
Lugia Ho-Oh
Registeel Regice
Zekrom Reshiram
Thundurus Tornadus
Xerneas Yveltal
Solgaleo Lunala


The amount of Pokémon in TD/SP is now 380, 170 more than the original. All Pokémon from Generation VI receive their Pokédex entries from D/P, while the rest of the Pokémon receives Pokédex entries from X/Y. Some of the Pokémon of Generation VII receive their Pokédex entries from Su/Mo or get completely new Pokédex entries. Link here!

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