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Good morning, I hope everyone is doing well! Have you ever wondered what an Ability would do or what pokemon could have said Ability? If this was a concern of yours, then this guide may help point you in the right direction. For years, I had been scanning back and forth between Bulbapedia to get a list of all the pokemon with this Ability or Hidden Ability. Now with this guide, you can do CNTL + F or if you are on phone, then go to the three dots at the top right and click on "Find in Page." Once there, then type in the Pokemon's name and you can get the Ability listings. If there is a pokemon with an Ability you do not want (Hidden or not), then you can use an W5DUoz6.pngAbility Pill which can be bought from the Daycare Lady for $35,000 in any region. Without further ado, let us list out the Pokemon Abilities!

 

For more Pokemon Details besides the Abilities, then feel free to check out my PokeDex Guide.

 

If you would like to have check out some guides that are a bit more tailored to PvE, then feel free to check out @DragoTamer's PvE Pickup Guide, PvE Breloom, Shedinja, PvE Parasect, Cute Charm Delcatty, Spinda that is useful for Alpha Catching, and PvE Abilities that don't have independent guides.

 

Are you struggling with the Storyline? If so, then feel free to check out my X-Ray Guide that goes through a lot of major NPC sets.

 

Guide Key

 

0. Ability's Name

Definition: (The in game definition)

Pokemon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSample (The list of pokemon that can gain this ability naturally); Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSample (If the pokemon's name is bold, then this is one of two abilities this pokemon could have)

Pokemon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSample (The list of pokemon that can only gain this ability if the Hidden Ability is unlocked)

 

Color Coding

Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSample = Likely to be implemented.

Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSample = Unlikely to be implemented.

Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSample = Implemented as a "King of the Hill" Battle.

Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSample = Story Mode's Ability (Note: The Story Mode Giratina and Ho-Oh cannot be caught. However, the Story Mode Zekrom can be caught. It is not keepable though, but you can visit it in your Mother's House.).

 

Edited by Bestfriends
Suicune and Ho-Oh are now in the game. (8/25/2023)
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1. Adaptability

Definition: Powers up moves of the same Type.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEevee, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPorygon-Z, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBasculin (Red Striped), and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBasculin (Blue Striped)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCorphish, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCrawdaunt, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFeebas

 

2. Aftermath

Definition: Damages the Attacker landing the finishing hit.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally:  Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDrifloon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDriftblimPokemon-Sprites-GuidesStunky, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSkuntank

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVoltorb, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesElectrode, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTrubbish, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGarbodor

 

3. Air Lock

Definition: Eliminates the effects of weather.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRayquaza

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

4. Analytic

Definition: Boosts move power when the Pokémon moves last.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: (none)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagnemite, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagneton, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStaryu, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStarmie, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPorygon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPorygon2, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagnezone, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPorygon-Z, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPatrat, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWatchog, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesElgyem, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBeheeyem

 

5. Anger Point

Definition: Maxes Attack after taking a Critical Hit.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMankey, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPrimeape, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTauros

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCamerupt, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSandile, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKrokorok, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKrookodile

 

6. Anticipation

Definition: Senses a foe's dangerous move.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBarboach, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWhiscash, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWormadam (Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPlant Cloak, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSand Cloak, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTrash Cloak), Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCroagunk, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesToxicroak 

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEevee and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFerrothorn

 

7. Arena Trap

Definition: Prevents grounded foes from fleeing battle. The Ability also boosts the wild Pokemon encounter rate by +10% if in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDiglett, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDugtrio, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTrapinch

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

8. Bad Dreams

Definition: Reduces a sleeping foe's HP.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDarkrai

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

9. Battle Armor

Definition: The Pokémon is protected against Critical Hits.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKabuto, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKabutops, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAnorith, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesArmaldo, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSkorupi, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDrapion

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCubone and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMarowak

 

10. Big Pecks

Definition: Protects the Pokémon from Defense-lowering attacks.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPidove, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTranquill, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesUnfezant, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDucklett, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwanna, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVullaby, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMandibuzz

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPidgey, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPidgeotto, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPidgeot, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesChatot

 

11. Blaze

Definition: Boosts up Fire-Type Moves in a pinch.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCharmander, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCharmeleon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCharizard, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCyndaquil, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesQuilava, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTyphlosion, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTorchic, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCombusken, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBlaziken, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesChimchar, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMonferno, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesInfernape, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTepig, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPignite, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEmboar

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPansear and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSimisear

 

12. Chlorophyll

Definition: Doubles Speed during harsh sunlight.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesOddish, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGloom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVileplume, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBellsprout, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWeepinbell, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVictreebel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesExeggcute, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesExeggutor, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTangela, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBellossom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHoppip, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSkiploom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesJumpluff, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSunkern, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSunflora, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeedot, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNuzleaf, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShiftry, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTropius, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCherubi, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTangrowth, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSewaddle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwadloon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLeavanny, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPetilil, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLilligant, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMaractus, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesDeerling, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesSawsbuck

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBulbasaur, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesIvysaur, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVenusaur, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLeafeon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCottonee, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWhimsicott

 

13. Clear Body

Definition: Prevents foes from reducing its stats.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTentacool, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTentacruel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBeldum, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMetang, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMetagross, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRegirock, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRegice, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRegisteel

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKlink, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKlang, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKlinklang

 

14. Cloud Nine

Definition: Negates all weather effects, but does not stop its duration.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPsyduck and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGolduck

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLickitung, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwablu, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAltaria, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLickilicky

 

15. Color Change

Definition: Changes Type to the foe's move when hit.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKecleon

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

16. Compoundeyes

Definition: The Pokémon's Accuracy is boosted.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesButterfree, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVenonat, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVenomoth, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesYanma, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNincada, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesJoltik, and eGi3TQv.pngGalvantula

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDustox

 

17. Competitive

Definition: Sharply boosts Special Attack when a stat is lowered by a foe.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesJigglypuff, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWigglytuff, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesIgglybuff, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMilotic, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGothita, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGothorita, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGothitelle

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPiplup, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPrinplup, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEmpoleon

 

18. Contrary

Definition: Makes stat changes have an opposite effect.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: (none)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShuckle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSpinda, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSnivy, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesServine, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSerperior

 

19. Cursed Body

Definition: May disable a move used on the Pokémon.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGengar, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesFrillish, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesJellicent

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShuppet, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBanette, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFroslass

 

20. Cute Charm

Definition: Contact with the Pokémon may cause infatuation (only if the foe is of opposite gender). It also boosts the chance for opposite gender enemies by 25% if in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesClefairy, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesClefable, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesJigglypuff, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWigglytuffPokemon-Sprites-GuidesCleffa, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesIgglybuff, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSkitty, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDelcatty, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLopunny, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMinccino, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCinccino

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMilotic

 

21. Damp

Definition: Prevents the use of self-destructing moves.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPsyduck, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGolduckPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPoliwag, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPoliwhirl, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPoliwrathWooper and Quagsire

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesParas, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesParasect, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHorsea, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeadra, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKingdra, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMudkip, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMarshtomp, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwampert, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesFrillish and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesJellicent

 

22. Defeatist

Definition: Lowers stats when HP becomes half or less.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesArchen and F618vXM.pngArcheops

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

23. Defiant

Definition: When its stats are lowered its Attack increases.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPawniard and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBisharp

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMankey, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPrimeape, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFarfetch'd, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPurugly, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBraviary, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTornadus, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesThundurus

 

24. Download

Definition: Adjusts power according to a foe's defenses.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPorygon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPorygon2, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPorygon-Z, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGenesect

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

25. Drizzle

Definition: The Pokémon makes it rain if it appears in battle.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPelipper and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKyogre

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPolitoed

 

Edited by Bestfriends
The Piplup Line's Hidden Ability has switched from Defiant to Competitive. (10/23/2023)
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26. Drought

Definition: Turns the sunlight harsh if it is in battle.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTorkoal and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGroudon 

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVulpix and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNinetales

 

27. Dry Skin

Definition: Loses HP during Sunlight. Water attacks and Rain restores.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesParas, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesParasect, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCroagunk, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesToxicroak

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesjynx

 

28. Early Bird

Definition: Halves the amount of time spent asleep.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDoduo, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDodrio, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKangaskhan, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLedyba, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLedian, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesnatu, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesxatu, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGirafarig, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHoundour, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHoundoom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeedot, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNuzleaf

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSunkern and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSunflora

 

29. Effect Spore

Definition: Contact may poison or cause paralysis or sleep.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesParas, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesParasect, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShroomish, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBreloom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFoongus, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAmoonguss

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVileplume

 

30. Filter

Definition: Reduces damage from supereffective attacks.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMr. Mime and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMime Jr.

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

31. Flame Body

Definition: Contact with the Pokémon may burn the attacker. Eggs will hatch faster if the Ability Holder in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagmar, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSlugma, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagcargo, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagby, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagmortar, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLitwick, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLampent, xmxTONG.pngChandelure, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLarvesta, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVolcarona

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPonyta, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRapidash, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMoltres, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHeatran

 

32. Flare Boost

Definition: Powers up special attacks when burned.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: (none)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDrifloon and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDrifblim

 

33. Flash Fire

Definition: Immune to Fire, and powers up Fire-Type moves if hit by one.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVulpix, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNinetales, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGrowlithe, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesarcanine, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPonyta, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRapidash, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFlareon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHoundoor, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHoundoom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHeatranPokemon-Sprites-GuidesLitwick, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLampent, xmxTONG.pngChandelure, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHeatmor

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCyndaquil, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesQuilava, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTyphlosion

 

34. Flower Gift

Definition: Powers up party Pokémon when it is sunny.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesCherrim

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

35. Forecast

Definition: Castform transforms with the weather except for sandstorms.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesCastform

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

36. Forewarn

Definition: Determines what moves a foe has.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDrowzee, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHypnoPokemon-Sprites-Guidesjynx, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidessmoochumPokemon-Sprites-GuidesMunna, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMusharna

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

37. Friend Guard

Definition: Reduces damage done to allies.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: (none)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesClefairy, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesClefable, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesJigglytuff, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCleffa, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesIgglybuff, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHappiny

 

38. Frisk

Definition: The Pokémon can check a foe's held item.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStantler, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShuppet, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBanette, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGothita, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGothorita, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGothitelle

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWigglytuff, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSentret, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFurret, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesYanma, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDuskull, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDusclops, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesYanmega, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDusknoir

 

39. Gluttony

Definition: Berries will trigger at half HP.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShucklePokemon-Sprites-GuidesZigzagoon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLinoone, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPansage, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSimisage, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPansear, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSimisear, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPanpour, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSimipour, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHeatmor

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBellsprout, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWeepinbell, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVictreebel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSnorlax, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGulpin, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwalot, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSpoink, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGrumpig, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMunchlax

 

40. Guts

Definition: Boosts Attack by half if Statused. Ignores Burn's damage reduction.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRattata, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRaticate, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMachop, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMachoke, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMachamp, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHeracross, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesUrsaringPokemon-Sprites-GuidesTyrogue, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLarvitar, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTaillow, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwellow, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMakuhita, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHariyama, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTimburr, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGurdurr, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesConkeldurr, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesThroh

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFlareon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShinx, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLuxio, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLuxray

 

41. Harvest

Definition: May create another Berry after one has been used.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: (none)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesExeggcute, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesExeggutor, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTropius

 

42. Healer

Definition: May heal an ally's status conditions.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAudino and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAlomomola

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesChansey and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBlissey

 

43. Heatproof

Definition: Weakens the power of Fire-Type moves.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBronzor and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBronzong

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

44. Heavy Metal

Definition: Doubles the Pokémon's weight.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: (none)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAron, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLairon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAggron, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBronzor, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBronzong

 

45. Honey Gather

Definition: The Pokémon may gather Honey from somewhere (the potential to pickup Honey from wild Pokémon fights will only apply if the Pokémon is in the lead slot of your party).

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCombee

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTeddiursa

 

46. Huge Power

Definition: Doubles the Pokémon's Attack.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMarill, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAzumarill, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAzurill

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

47. Hustle

Definition: Boosts the Attack Stat, but loses Accuracy.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTogepi, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTogeticPokemon-Sprites-GuidesCorsola, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRemoraid, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesdelibirdPokemon-Sprites-GuidesTogekiss, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDarumaka, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDurant, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDeino, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesZweilous

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRattata, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRaticate, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidoran, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidorina, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidoran, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidorino, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCombee, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRufflet

 

48. Hydration

Definition: Heals status problems if it is raining.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDewgong, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWingull, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPhione, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesManaphy, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTympole, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPalpitoad, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAlomomola, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShelmet, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAccelgor

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLapras, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVaporeon, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidessmoochum, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBarboach, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWhiscash, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGorebyss, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLuvdisc, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDucklett, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwanna

 

49. Hyper Cutter

Definition: Prevents other Pokémon from lowering Attack Stat.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKrabby, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKingler, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPinsir, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGligar, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMawile, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTrapinch, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCorphish, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCrawdaunt, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGliscor

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

50. Ice Body

Definition: The Pokémon gradually regains HP while it's snowing.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSnorunt, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGlalie, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSpheal, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSealeo, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWalrein, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVanillite, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVanillish, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVanilluxe

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDewgong, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRegice, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGlaceon

 

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51. Illuminate

Definition: This ability prevents Accuracy drops and ignores a target's evasion. Raises the likelihood of meeting wild Pokémon by 10% if in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStaryu, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStarmie, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesChinchou, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLanturn, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVolbeat, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWatchog

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

52. Illusion

Definition: Comes out disguised as the Pokémon in back. When encountered in the wild, it will disguise as one of the Pokémon in a Horde Battle.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesZorua and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesZoroark

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

53. Immunity

Definition: Prevents the Pokémon from getting poisoned.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSnorlax and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesZangoose

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGligar

 

54. Imposter

Definition: It transforms itself into the Pokémon it is facing.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: (none)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDitto

 

55. Infiltrator

Definition: Skips past barriers and Substitute to strike.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCottonee and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWhimsicott

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesZubat, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGolbat, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCrobat, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHoppop, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSkiploom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesJumpluff, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNinjask, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeviper, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesspiritomb, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLitwick, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLampent, and xmxTONG.pngChandelure

 

56. Inner Focus

Definition: Will never Flinch. Can't be Intimidated.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesZubat, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGolbat, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesabra, Pokemon-Sprites-Guideskadabra, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesalakazam, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFarfetch'd, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDragonite, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCrobat, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGirafarig, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSneasel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSnorunt, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGlalie, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRiolu, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLucario, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesThroh, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSawk, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMienfoo, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMienshao, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPawniard, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBisharp

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDrowzee, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHypno, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHitmonchan, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKangaskhan, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesUmbreon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRaikou, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEntei, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSuicune, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDarumaka

 

57. Insomnia

Definition: Prevents the Pokémon from falling asleep.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDrowzee, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHypno, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHoothoot, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNoctowl, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSpinarak, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAriados, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMurkrow, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShuupet, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBanette, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHonchkrow

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesdelibird

 

58. Intimidate

Definition: Lowers the foe's Attack Stat. Repels some lower leveled enemies if in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEkans, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesArbok, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGrowlithe, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesarcanine, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTauros, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGyarados, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSnubbull, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGranbull, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStantler, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHitmontop, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMightyena, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMasquerain, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMawile, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSalamence, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStaravia, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStaraptor, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShinx, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLuxio, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLuxray, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHerdier, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStoutland, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSandile, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKrokorok, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKrookodile

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesQwilfish, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesScraggy, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesScrafty

 

59. Iron Barbs

Definition: Inflicts damage to the Pokémon on contact.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFerroseed and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFerrothorn

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

60. Iron Fist

Definition: Boosts the power of punching moves.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHitmonchan, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGolett, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGolurk

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLedian, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesChimchar, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMonferno, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesInfernape, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTimburr, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGurdurr, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesConkeldurr

 

61. Justified

Definition: Raises Attack when hit by a Dark-Type Pokémon.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCobalion, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTerrakion, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVirizion, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKeldeo

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGrowlithe, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesarcanine, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAbsol, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLucario, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGallade

 

62. Keen Eye

Definition: Prevents other Pokémon from lowering Accuracy. Repels some lower leveled enemies if in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPidgey, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPidgeotto, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPidgeot, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSpearow, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFearow, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFarfetch'd, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHitmonchan, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSentret, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFurret, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHoothoot, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNoctowl, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSneasel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSkarmory, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWingull, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPelipper, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSableye, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStarly, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesChatot, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPatrat, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWatchog, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDucklett, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwanna, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRufflet, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBraviary

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGlameow, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStunky, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStuntank, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSkorupi, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDrapion

 

63. Klutz

Definition: The Pokémon can't use any held items.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBuneary, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLopunny, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWoobat, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwoobat, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGolett, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGolurk

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAudino

 

64. Leaf Guard

Definition: Prevents problems with status in sunny weather.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTangela, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHoppip, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSkiploom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesJumpluffPokemon-Sprites-GuidesTangrowth, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLeafeon, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwadloon

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesChikorita, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBayleef, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMeganium, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRoselia, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBudew, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPetilil, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLilligant

 

65. Levitate

Definition: Immune to Ground-Type moves, Spikes, and Arena Trap.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGastly, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHaunter, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKoffing, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWeezing, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMisdreavus, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesUnown, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVibrava, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFlygon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLunatone, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSolrock, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBaltoy, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesClaydol, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDuskull, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesChimecho, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLatias, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLatios, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBronzor, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBronzong, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMismagius, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesChingling, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCarnivine, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesRotom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesUxie, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMesprit, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAzelf, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGiratina (Origin Forme), Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCresselia, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTynamo, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEelektrik, B9XikA9.pngEelektross, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCryogonal, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHydreigon

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

66. Light Metal

Definition: Halves the Pokémon's weight.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: (none)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBeldum, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMetang, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMetagross, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRegisteel

 

67. Lightningrod

Definition: Immune to Electric-Type moves, boosts Special Attack if hit by one.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCubone, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMarowak, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRhyhorn, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRhydon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesElectrike, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesManectricPokemon-Sprites-GuidesRhyperior, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBlitzle, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesZebstrika

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPikachu, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRaichu, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGoldeen, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeaking, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPichu, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPlusle

 

68. Limber

Definition: The Pokémon is protected from paralysis.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPersian, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHitmonlee, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDitto, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGlameow, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPurrloin, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLiepard, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStunfisk

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBuneary and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLopunny

 

69. Liquid Ooze

Definition: Damages attackers using any draining move.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTentacool, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTentacruel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGulpin, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwalot

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

70. Magic Bounce

Definition: Reflects status-changing moves.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: (none)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesnatu, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesxatu, and Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesespeon

 

71. Magic Guard

Definition: The Pokémon only takes damage from attacks.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesClefairy, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesClefable, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCleffa, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidessigliyph, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSolosis, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDuosion, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesReuniclus

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesabra, Pokemon-Sprites-Guideskadabra, and Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesalakazam

 

72. Magma Armor

Definition: Prevents the Pokémon from becoming frozen. Eggs will hatch faster if the Ability Holder in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSlugma, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagcargo, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCamerupt

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

73. Magnet Pull

Definition: Prevents Steel-Type Pokémon from escaping.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagnemite, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagneton, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesnosepassPokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagnezone, and Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesprobopass

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

74. Marvel Scale

Definition: Boosts Defense by half if there is a Status problem.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMilotic

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDratini and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDragonair

 

75. Minus

Definition: Ups Special Attack if another Pokemon has Plus or Minus.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMinun, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKlink, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKlang, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKlinklang

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesElectrike and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesManectric

 

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76. Mold Breaker

Definition: Moves can be used regardless of Abilities.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPinsir, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCranidos, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRampardos, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAxew, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFraxure, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHaxorus

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDrilbur, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesExcadrill, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesThroh, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSawk, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBasculin (Red-Striped Form), Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBasculin (Blue-Striped Form), and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDruddigon

 

77. Moody

Definition: Raises one stat and lowers another.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: (none)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRemoraid, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesOctillery, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSmeargle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSnorunt, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGlalie, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBidoof, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBibarel

 

78. Motor Drive

Definition: Raises Speed if hit by an Electric-Type move.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesElectivire, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBlitzle, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesZebstrika

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEmolga

 

79. Moxie

Definition: Boosts Attack after knocking out any Pokémon.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSandile, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKrokorok, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKrookodile, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesScraggy, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesScrafty

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPinsir, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGyarados, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHeracross, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMightyena, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSalamence, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHonchkrow

 

80. Multiscale

Definition: Reduces damage by half when at full HP.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: (none)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDragonite and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLugia

 

81. Multitype

Definition: Changes its Type to match the held Plate.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesarceus

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

82. Mummy

Definition: Contact with this Pokémon spreads this Ability.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesYanmask and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCofagrigus

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

83. Natural Cure

Definition: All status problems heal when it switches out.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesChansey, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStaryu, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStarmie, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCorsola, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBlissey, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCelebi, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRoselia, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwablu, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAltaria, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBudew, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRoserade, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHappiny, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShaymin (Land Forme)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

84. No Guard

Definition: Ensures attacks by or against the Pokémon land. It also boosts the wild Pokémon encounter rate by +10% if in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMachop, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMachoke, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMachamp

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKarrablast, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGolett, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGolurk

 

85. Normalize

Definition: All the Pokémon's moves become the Normal Type (Thunder Wave can land on Ground-Type Pokémon as an example).

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSkitty and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDelcatty

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

86. Oblivious

Definition: Prevents Infatuation and Taunt. Can't be Intimidated.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSlowpoke, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSlowbro, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLickitung, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesjynxPokemon-Sprites-GuidesSlowkingPokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwinub, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPiloswinePokemon-Sprites-GuidessmoochumPokemon-Sprites-GuidesIllumise, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWailmer, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWailord, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNumel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBarboach, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWhiscash, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFeebasPokemon-Sprites-GuidesLickilicky, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMamowine

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSpheal, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSealeo, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWalrein

 

87. Overcoat

Definition: Protects from damaging weather and powder moves.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSolosis, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDuosion, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesReuniclus, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVullaby, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMandibuzz

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShellder, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCloyster, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPineco, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesForretress, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShelgon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBurmy (Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPlant Cloak, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSandy Cloak, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTrash Cloak), Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWormadam (Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPlant Cloak, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSand Cloak, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTrash Cloak), Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSewaddle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwadloon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLeavanny, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEscavalier, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShelmet

 

88. Overgrow

Definition: Powers up Grass-Type moves in a pinch.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBulbasaur, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesIvysaur, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVenusaur, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesChikorita, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBayleef, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMeganium, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTreecko, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGrovyle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSceptile, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTurtwig, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGrotle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTorterra, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSnivy, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesServine, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSerperior

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPansage and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSimisage

 

89. Own Tempo

Definition: Can't be Confused. Can't be Intimidated.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSlowpoke, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSlowbro, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLickitungPokemon-Sprites-GuidesSlowking, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSmeargle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSpoink, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGrumpig, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSpinda, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGlameow, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPuruglyPokemon-Sprites-GuidesLickilicky, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPetilil, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLilligant 

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLotad, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLombre, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLudicolo, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNumel

 

90. Pickpocket

Definition: Steals an item when hit by another Pokémon.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: (none)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSneasel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeedot, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNuzleaf, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShiftry, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWeavile

 

91. Pickup (video)

Definition: May pick up items after defeating wild Pokémon if in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMeowth, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAipom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTeddiursa, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPhanpy, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesZigzagoon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLinoone, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPachirisuPokemon-Sprites-GuidesAmbipomPokemon-Sprites-GuidesMunchlax, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLillipup, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHerdier, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStoutland

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

92. Plus

Definition: Ups Special Attack if another Pokemon has Plus or Minus.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPlusle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKlink, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKlang, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKlinklang

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMareep, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFlaaffy, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAmpharos

 

93. Poison Heal

Definition: Restores HP if the Pokémon is poisoned.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShroomish and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBreloom

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGliscor

 

94. Poison Point

Definition: Contact with the Pokémon may poison the attacker.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidoran, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidorina, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidoqueen, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidoran, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidorino, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidoking, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeadra, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesQwilfish, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRoselia, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBudew, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRoserade, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVenipede, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWhirlipede, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesScolipede

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

95. Poison Touch

Definition: May poison targets when a Pokémon makes contact.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeismitoad

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGrimer, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMuk, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCroagunk, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesToxicroak

 

96. Prankster

Definition: Gives priority to Status moves. Dark-Type foes are immune to effects.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCottonee, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWhimsicott, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTornadus, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesThundurus

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMurkrow, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSableye, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVolbeat, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesIllumise, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRiolu, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPurrloin, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLiepard

 

97. Pressure

Definition: Doubles the foe's PP usage when they target it.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAerodactyl, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesArticuno, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesZapdos, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMoltres, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMewtwo, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRaikou, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEntei, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSuicune, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLugia, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHo-Oh, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDusclops, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAbsol, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesDeoxys, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVespiquen, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesspiritomb, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWeavile, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDusknoir, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDialga, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPalkia, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGiratina (Altered Forme), and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKyurem

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWailmer, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWailord, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPawniard, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBisharp

 

98. Protean

Definition: Changes the Pokemon's Type to the Type of the move it's using.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: (none)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKecleon

 

99. Pure Power

Definition: Doubles the Pokemon's Attack.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesmeditite and Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesmedicham

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

100. Quick Feet

Definition: Boosts Speed if there is a status problem. It also decreases the wild Pokemon encounter rate by -10%.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGranbull, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTeddiursa, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesUrsaring, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPoochyena, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMightyena

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesJolteon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesZigzagoon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLinoone, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShroomish

 

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101. Rain Dish

Definition: The Pokémon gradually regains HP in rain.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLotad, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLombre, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLudicolo

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSquirtle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWartortle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBlastoise, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTentacool, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTentacruel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWingull, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPelipper, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSurskit

 

102. Rattled

Definition: Some move types scare it and boost its Speed.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: (none)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagikarp, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLedyba, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSudowoodo, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDunsparce, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSnubbull, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGranbull, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPoochyena, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWhismur, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesClamperl, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBonsly, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCubchoo

 

103. Reactive Gas

Definition: Suppresses all other Pokémon Abilities.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKoffing and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWeezing

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

104. Reckless

Definition: Powers up moves that have recoil damage.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHitmonlee, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBasculin (Red-Striped Form), and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBouffalant

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRhyhorn, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRhydon, Pokemon-Sprites-Guides Starly, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStaravia, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStaraptor, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRhyperior, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEmboar, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMienfoo, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMienshao

 

105. Regenerator

Definition: Restores a little HP when withdrawn from battle.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAudino, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMienfoo, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMienshao

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSlowpoke, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSlowbro, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTangela, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSlowking, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCorsola, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHo-Oh, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTangrowth, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSolosis, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDuosion, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesReuniclus, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFoongus, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAmoonguss, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAlomomola

 

106. Rivalry

Definition: Deals more damage to a Pokémon of same gender.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidoran, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidorina, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidoqueen, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidoran, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidorino, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidoking, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShinx, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLuxio, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLuxray, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAxew, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFraxure, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHaxorus

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBeautifly, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPidove, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTranquill, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesUnfezant

 

107. Rock Head

Definition: Protects the Pokémon from recoil damage.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGeodude, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGraveler, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGolem, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesOnix, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCubone, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMarowakPokemon-Sprites-GuidesRhyhorn, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRhydonPokemon-Sprites-GuidesAerodactyl, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSudowoodoPokemon-Sprites-GuidesSteelix, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAron, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLairon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAggron, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRelicanth, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBagon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShelgon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBonsly, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBasculin (Blue-Striped Form)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

108. Rough Skin

Definition: Inflicts damage to the attacker on contact.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCarvanha, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSharpedo, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDruddigon

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGible, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGabite, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGarchomp

 

109. Run Away

Definition: Enables a sure getaway from wild Pokémon.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRattata, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRaticate, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPonyta, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRapidash, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDoduo, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDodrio, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEevee, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSentret, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFurret, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAipom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDunsparce, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSnubbull, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPoochyena, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPachirisu, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBuneary, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPatrat

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCaterpie, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWeedle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesOddish, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVenonat, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWurmple, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNincada, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKricketot, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLillipup

 

110. Sand Force

Definition: Boosts certain moves' power in a sandstorm.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDrilbur, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesExcadrill, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLandorus

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDiglett, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDugtrio, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesnosepass, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesShellos, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesGastrodon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHippopotas, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHippowdon, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesprobopass, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRoggenrola, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBoldore, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGigalith

 

111. Sand Rush

Definition: Boosts the Pokémon's Speed in a sandstorm.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHerdier, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStoutlandPokemon-Sprites-GuidesDrilbur, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesExcadrill

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSandshrew and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSandslash

 

112. Sand Stream

Definition: Summons a sandstorm, boosting Special Defense of Rock-Types by half.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTyranitar, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHippopotas, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHippowdon, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGigalith

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

113. Sand Veil

Definition: Boosts Evasion while in Sandstorms, by 20%. This Ability also reduces wild encounters in sandstorms by -25% if in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSandshrew, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSandslash, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDiglett, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDugtrio, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGligarPokemon-Sprites-GuidesCacnea, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCacturne, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGible, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGabite, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGarchomp, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGliscor

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGeodude, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGraveler, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGolem, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPhanpy, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDonphan, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLarvitar, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStunfisk

 

114. Sap Sipper

Definition: Boosts Attack when hit by a Grass-Type move.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesDeerling, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesSawsbuck, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBouffalant

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMarill, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAzumarill, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGirafarig, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStantler, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMiltank, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAzurill, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBlitzle, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesZebstrika

 

115. Scrappy

Definition: Allows hitting Ghost-Types. Can't be Intimidated.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKangaskhan and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMiltank

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTaillow, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwellow, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLoudred, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesExploud, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHerdier, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStoutland

 

116. Serene Grace

Definition: Boosts the likelihood of added effects appearing.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesChansey, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTogepi, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTogetic, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDunsparcePokemon-Sprites-GuidesBlissey, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesJirachiPokemon-Sprites-GuidesHappiny, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTogekiss, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShaymin (Sky Forme), Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMeloetta (Aria Forme), and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMeloetta (Pirouette Forme)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesDeerling and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesSawsbuck

 

117. Shadow Tag

Definition: Prevents foes escaping for up to 3 turns.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWobbuffet and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWynaut

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGothita, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGothorita, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGothitelle

 

118. Sharpness

Definition: Boosts the power of slicing moves by 40%.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGallade

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

119. Shed Skin

Definition: 33.3% chance to heal status problems at the end of a turn.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMetapod, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKakuna, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEkans, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesArbok, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDratini, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDragonair, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPupitar, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSilcoon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCascoon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeviper, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKricketot, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBurmy (Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPlant Cloak, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSandy Cloak, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTrash Cloak), Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesScraggy, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesScrafty, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKarrablast

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

120. Sheer Force

Definition: Removes added effects to increase move damage.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTimburr, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGurdurr, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesConkeldurr, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDarmanitan, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDruddigon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRufflet, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBraviary

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidoqueen, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNidoking, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKrabby, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKingler, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTauros, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTotodile, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCroconaw, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFeraligatr, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSteelix, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMakuhita, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHariyama, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMawile, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTrapinch, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBagon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCranidos, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRamparidos, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLandorus

 

121. Shell Armor

Definition: The Pokémon is protected against Critical Hits.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShellder, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCloyster, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKrabby, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKingler, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLapras, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesOmanyte, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesOmastar, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCorphish, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCrawdaunt, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesClamperl, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDwebble, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCrustle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEscavalier, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShelmet

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTorkoal, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTurtwig, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGrotle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTorterra, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesOshawott, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDewott, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSamurott

 

122. Shield Dust

Definition: Blocks the added effects of attacks taken.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCaterpie, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWeedle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVenomoth, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWurmple, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDustox

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

123. Simple

Definition: The Pokémon is prone to wild stat changes.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNumel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBidoof, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBibarel

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Woobat and Swoobat

 

124. Skill Link

Definition: Increases the frequency of multi-strike moves.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShellder and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCloyster

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAipom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAmbipom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMinccino, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCinccino

 

125. Slow Start

Definition: For five turns, the Pokemon's Attack and Speed are halved.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRegigigas

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

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126. Sniper

Definition: Powers up moves if they become Critical Hits.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHorsea, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeadra, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRemoraid, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesOctilleryPokemon-Sprites-GuidesKingdraPokemon-Sprites-GuidesSkorupi, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDrapion

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBeedrill, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSpearow, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFearow, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSpinarak, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAraiados

 

127. Snow Cloak

Definition: Raises evasion while in a snowstorm. This Ability also reduces wild encounters in snowstorms by -25% if in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwinub, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPiloswine, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGlaceon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMamoswine, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFroslass, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVanillite, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVanillish, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCubchoo, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBeartic

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesArticuno

 

128. Snow Plow

Definition: Doubles Speed while it's snowing.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCubchoo and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBeartic

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

129. Snow Warning

Definition: The Pokémon summons a snowstorm while entering battle.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSnover, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAbomasnow, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVanilluxe

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

130. Solar Power

Definition: In sunshine, Special Attack is boosted, but HP decreases.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSunkern, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSunflora, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTropius

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCharmander, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCharmeleon, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCharizard

 

131. Solid Rock

Definition: Reduces damage from supereffective attacks.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCamerupt, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRhyperior, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTirtouga, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCarracosta

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

132. Soundproof

Definition: Gives full immunity to all sound-based moves.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVoltorb, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesElectrode, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMr. Mime, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWhismur, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLoudred, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesExploud, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMime Jr.

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShieldon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBastiodon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSnover, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAbomasnow, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBouffalant

 

133. Speed Boost

Definition: Its Speed Stat is gradually boosted.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesYanma, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNinjask, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesYanmega

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTorchic, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCombusken, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBlaziken, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCarvanha, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSharpedo, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVenipede, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWhirlpede, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesScolipede

 

134. Stall

Definition: The Pokémon moves after all other Pokémon do.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSableye

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

135. Static

Definition: Contact with the Pokémon may cause paralysis.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPikachu, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRaichu, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVoltorb, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesElectrode, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesElectabuzz, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPichu, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMareep, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFlaaffy, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAmpharos, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesElekid, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesElectrike, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesManectric, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEmolga, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStunfisk

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesZapdos

 

136. Steadfast

Definition: Raises Speed each time the Pokemon flinches.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTyrogue, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRiolu, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLucario, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGallade

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMachop, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMachoke, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMachamp, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesScyther, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHitmontop

 

137. Stench

Definition: The stench may cause the target to flinch. It also reduces wild encounter by -15% if in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGrimer, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMuk, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStunky, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesStuntank, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTrubbish, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGarbodor

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGloom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKoffing, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWeezing

 

138. Sticky Hold

Definition: Protects the Pokemon from item theft. It also increases chances of bits while fishing if in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGrimer, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMuk, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGulpin, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwalot, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesShellos, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesGastrodon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTrubbish, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAccelgor

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

139. Storm Drain

Definition: Draws in all Water-Type moves to up Special Attack.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesShellos, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesGastrodon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFinneon, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLumineon

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLileep, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCradily, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMaractus

 

140. Sturdy

Definition: Can't be knocked out in 1 hit.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGeodude, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGraveler, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGolem, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagnemite, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagneton, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesOnix, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSudowoodo, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPineco, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesForretress, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSteelix, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShuckle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSkarmory, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDonphan, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesnosepass, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAron, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLairon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAggron, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShieldon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBastiodon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBonslyPokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagnezone, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesprobopass, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRoggenrola, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBoldore, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGigalith, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSawk, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDwebble, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCrustle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTirtouga, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCarracosta

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRelicanth and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRegirock

 

141. Suction Cups

Definition: Negates all moves that force switching out. It also increases chances of bites while fishing if in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesOctillery, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLileep, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCradily

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

142. Super Luck

Definition: Heightens the Critical-Hit Ratios of moves.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMurkrowPokemon-Sprites-GuidesAbsolPokemon-Sprites-GuidesHonchkrowPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPidove, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTranquill, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesUnfezant

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTogepi, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTogetic, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTogekiss

 

143. Swarm

Definition: Powers up Bug-Type moves in a pinch. It also boosts the wild Pokemon encounter rate by +10% if in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBeedrill, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesScyther, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLedyba, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLedian, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSpinarak, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAriadosPokemon-Sprites-GuidesScizorPokemon-Sprites-GuidesHeracrossPokemon-Sprites-GuidesBeautifly, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVolbeat, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKricketune, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMothim, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSewaddle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLeavanny, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVenipede, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWhirlipede, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesScolipede, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKarrablast, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEscavalier, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDurant

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesJoltik, eGi3TQv.pngGalvantula, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLarvesta, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVolcarona

 

144. Swift Swim

Definition: Doubles Speed while it's raining.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPsyduck, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGolduck, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHorsea, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGoldeen, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeaking, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagikarp, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesOmanyte, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesOmastar, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKabuto, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKabutops, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesQwilfish, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMantinePokemon-Sprites-GuidesKingdra, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLotad, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLombre, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLudicolo, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSurskit, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFeebas, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHuntail, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGorebyss, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRelicanth, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLuvdisc, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBuizel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFloatzel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFinneon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLumineonPokemon-Sprites-GuidesMantyke, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTympole, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPalpitoad, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeismitoad

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPoliwag, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPoliwhirl, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPoliwrath, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAnorith, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesArmaldo, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTirtouga, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCarracosta, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBeartic

 

145. Synchronize

Definition: Passes a burn, poison, or paralysis to the foe. It also boosts the chance for a wild Pokémon's Nature to match by 20% when in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesabra, Pokemon-Sprites-Guideskadabra, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesalakazam, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMew, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesnatu, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesxatu, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesespeon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesUmbreon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRalts, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKirlia, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGardevoir, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMunna, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMusharna, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesElgyem, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBeheeyem

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

146. Tangled Feet

Definition: Raises evasion if the Pokémon is confused.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPidgey, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPidgeotto, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPidgeot, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSpinda, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesChatot

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDoduo and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDodrio

 

147. Technician

Definition: Powers up the Pokémon's weaker moves (this will only apply to moves up to Base Power 60).

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMeowth, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPersian, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesScyther, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesScizor, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSmearglePokemon-Sprites-GuidesHitmontop, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAmbipom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMinccino, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCinccino

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMr. Mime, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBreloom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKricketune, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRoserade, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMime Jr.

 

148. Telepathy

Definition: Dodges all allied attacks.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesElgyem and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBeheeyem

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWobbuffet, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRalts, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKirlia, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGardevoir, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesmeditite, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesmedicham, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWynaut, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDialga, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPalkia, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGiratina (Altered Forme), Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMunna, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMusharna

 

149. Teravolt

Definition: Moves can be used regardless of Abilities.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesZekrom

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

150. Thick Fat

Definition: Ups resistance to Fire-Type and Ice Type moves.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDewgong, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSnorlax, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMarill, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAzumarill, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMiltank, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMakuhita, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHariyama, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAzurillPokemon-Sprites-GuidesSpoink, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGrumpig, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSpheal, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSealeo, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWalrein, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPurugly, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMunchlax

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwinub, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPiloswine, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMamoswine, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTepig, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPignite

 

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The Legendary Birds and Dogs are now implemented! (1/4/2023)
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151. Tinted Lens

Definition: Powers up "not very effective" moves.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVenonat, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVenomoth, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesIllumise, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesYanmega

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesButterfree, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHoothoot, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesNoctowl, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMothim, and Pokemon-Sprites-Guidessigilyph

 

152. Torrent

Definition: Powers up Water-Type moves in a pinch.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSquirtle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWartortle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBlastoise, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTotodile, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCroconaw, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFeraligatr, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMudkip, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMarshtomp, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwampert, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPiplup, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPrinplup, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEmpoleon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesOshawott, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDewott, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSamurott

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPanpour and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSimipour

 

153. Toxic Boost

Definition: Powers up physical attacks when poisoned.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: (none)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesZangoose

 

154. Trace

Definition: The Pokémon copies a foe's Ability.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPorygon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPorygon2, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRalts, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKirlia, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGardevoir

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

155. Truant

Definition: Pokemon can't attack or consecutive turns.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSlakoth and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSlaking

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDurant

 

156. Turboblaze

Definition: Moves can be used regardless of Abilities.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesReshiram

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

157. Unaware

Definition: Ignores any stat changes in the Pokemon.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBidoof, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBibarel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWoobat, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSwoobat

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesClefable, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWooper, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesQuagsire

 

158. Unburden

Definition: Raises Speed if a held item is used.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDrifloon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDrifblimPokemon-Sprites-GuidesPurrloin, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLiepard

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHitmonlee, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTreecko, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGrovyle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSceptile, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAccelgor

 

159. Unnerve

Definition: Makes the foe nervous and unable to eat Berries.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesJoltik and eGi3TQv.pngGalvantula

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesEkans, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesArbok, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMeowth, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPersian, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAerodactyl, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMewtwo, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesUrsaring, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHoundour, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHoundoom, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTyranitar, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMasquerain, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVespiquen, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesAxew, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFraxure, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHaxorus

 

160. Victory Star

Definition: Boosts the Accuracy of its allies and itself.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVictini

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

161. Vital Spirit

Definition: Prevents the Pokemon from falling asleep.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMankey, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPrimeape, Pokemon-Sprites-Guidesdelibird, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVigoroth, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLillipup

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesElectabuzz, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagmar, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTyrogue, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesElekid, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagby, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesElectivire, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagmortar

 

162. Volt Absorb

Definition: Restores HP if hit by an Electric-Type move.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesJolteon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesChinchou, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLanturn

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMinun and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPachirisu, 

 

163. Water Absorb

Definition: Restores HP if hit by a Water-Type move.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPoliwag, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPoliwhirl, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPoliwrath, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLapras, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVaporeon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPolitoed, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWooper, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesQuagsire, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMantine, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMantyke, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMaractus, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesFrillish, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesJellicent

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesChinchou, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLanturn, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCacnea, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCacturne, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTympole, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPalpitoad, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeismitoad

 

164. Water Veil

Definition: Prevents the Pokémon from getting a burn.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGoldeen, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSeaking, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWailmer, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesWailord

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMantine, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHuntail, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBuizel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFloatzel, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesFinneon, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesLumineon, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMantyke

 

165. Weak Armor

Definition: Physical attacks lower Defense and raise Speed.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesRoggenrola, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesBoldore, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesGarbodor

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesOnix, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesOmanyte, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesOmastar, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKabuto, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesKabutops, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSlugma, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMagcargo, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSkarmory, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDwebble, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesCrustle, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVanillite, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVanillish, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVanilluxe, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVullaby, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesMandibuzz

 

166. White Smoke

Definition: Prevents foes from reducing its stats. It also reduces the wild Pokemon encounter rate by -10% when in the lead party slot.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesTorkoal

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesHeatmor

 

167. Wind Rider

Definition: Boosts Attack when absorbing a wind move or when Tailwind takes effect on the allied field. The Moves effected by this Ability are Gust, Whirlwind, Blizzard, Icy Wind, Sandstorm, Twister, Heat Wave, Air Cutter, Tailwind, and Hurricane.

Pokemon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShiftry

Pokemon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

168. Wonder Guard

Definition: Immune to non-super effective attacks. Only absorbs 2 hits if not in PvP.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesShedinja

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: (none)

 

169. Wonder Skin

Definition: Makes status-changing moves more likely to miss.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: Pokemon-Sprites-Guidessigilyph

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesVenomoth, Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesSkitty, and Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesDelcatty

 

170. zen mode

Definition: Changes the Pokémon's shape when HP is halved.

Pokémon with this Ability Naturally: (none)

Pokémon with this Diamond-Hidden-Ability-Alpha-IconsHidden Ability: Pokemon-Sprites-GuidesPokemon-Sprites-GuidesDarmanitan

 

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