Mareanie, the Brutal Star Pokemon, is a new Pokemon that was introduced in Sun and Moon. It can only be found by SOS calls from Corsola. It is a Water/Poison type with the regular abilities Merciless (which makes any attack land as a critical hit if the target is poisoned) and Limber (which prevents paralysis). [...]

Masquerain vs Araquanid

Surskit, the Pond Skater Pokemon, was a Bug/Water type introduced in Generation 3. At the time, it was the only Bug/Water type, and up until Gen 7, that was still true. However, once it reached level 22, it could evolve into Masquerain, the Eyeball Pokemon. Masquerain is a Bug/Flying type, which had been repeated with [...]

Whimsicott vs Lilligant

In Pokemon Black and White, two new evolutionary families were introduced. In Black, you could get Cottonee, the Cotton Puff Pokemon, while in White, you could get Petilil, the Bulb Pokemon. Both of them are competitively used Pokemon. Whimsicott, which is Cottonee's evolution, gets Prankster as its regular ability and Infiltrator as its hidden ability, [...]

Persian or Alola Persian?

In Pokemon Sun and Moon, Meowth and its evolution were given Alola variations: the most significant change was that they changed from Normal types to Dark types. In addition, Alola Persian gets it Technician ability replaced with Fur Coat and its Unnerve ability replaced with Rattled. I will be talking about which one is better [...]


Salazzle is 1 of 2 unique Pokemon. Salandit evolves into Salazzle at level 33. However, only the female ones will evolve. Male Salandit will never evolve. In addition, 7 out of every 8 Salandit are male, so getting a Salazzle is a little difficult. However, this is not the first Pokemon to have this distinction. Combee [...]

Pokemon Sun and Moon: Espeon

Espeon is one of the 8 possible evolutions for Eevee. To get one, Eevee's friendship has to be at least 220. Once that is true, if you level it up during the day, you will get an Espeon. Alternatively, if you're lazy, they can appear in SOS calls from Eevee during the daytime. They appear [...]

Raichu or Alola Raichu?

In Pokemon Sun and Moon, Alola variations were introduced. All of them were Generation 1 Pokemon. Most of the Alola forms are applied to the entire evolution line, but three of them have "split" evolutions: Pikachu, Cubone, and Exeggute. I will be talking about whether Raichu or Alola Raichu is better, at least in Sun and Moon. [...]