Alternate Forms

Alternate Forms are a relatively new concept in the Pokémon games. First appearing in GS in the form of multi-form Unown but then capitalised upon in FireRed & LeafGreen, the purpose of Alternate Forms are to give certain Pokémon new traits, stats and attacks in order to make the certain Pokémon even more interesting and even unpredictable in battle. There's only one Pokémon from the third generation with alternate forms, while in the fourth generation, there are many many more.
Below are the forms and the explanation of what makes them different and how they are obtained. For the sake of organisation, there are two categories...true form changes and minor form changes.


#386 Deoxys
Normal FormeAttack FormeDefense FormeSpeed Forme

Deoxys is rather unique in that he has 4 seperate forms. In the 3rd generation games, these forms were spread across the different versions and whenever Deoxys was traded over, the form changed to that, recalculating the stats based upon the Base Stats of that particular Pokémon. EVs however will stay, so if you have. Due to this, you can end up getting say an ExtremeSpeed Defense Deoxys form by trading Deoxys from Emerald over to LeafGreen. In Diamond, Pearl & Platinum however, you have the ability to change Deoxys' form at will utilising the meteors in Veilstone City. To change forms in Veilstone, the stone order is this:

  • Top - Speed Deoxys
  • Middle - Normal Deoxys
  • Bottom Left - Attack Deoxys
  • Bottom Right - Defense Deoxys
In Route 3 of HeartGold & SoulSilver, you have the ability to change your Deoxys form as we;;. To the south-west of the route, you will find meteors places in a similar manner to the Sinnoh meteors. When you have Deoxys with you in your party, talk to them and they will change your Deoxys' Form.

  • Top Left - Normal Deoxys
  • Top Right- Attack Deoxys
  • Bottom Left - Defense Deoxys
  • Bottom Right - Speed Deoxys

Next, in the Nacrene City museum, you have the ability to change Deoxys form. Here, you don't go to specific meteorites but instead there is just one single meteorite and the forms will cycle through whenever you interact. Finally, in Ambrette Town's museum in Kalos, you can interact with the meteors here in order to change your Deoxys form. Just go up to it with Deoxys head of your party and your Deoxys will change form. There are no limits on how many times this can be done.

Battling with Deoxys in the 3rd generation games is rather unique. As all versions are compatible, many will believe about the issue of clashing Base Stats. However, the stats and the attacks of Deoxys will remain on their respective games so even if you're in FireRed against LeafGreen, it will be Attack Deoxys VS Defense Deoxys. However, the sprite you will see your opponent's Deoxys as will always be the Normal Form. This also happens in Colosseum, but not in XD where all the forms are seen. In the 4th generation however, as you can have any of the 4 forms and change them at will, you will see that particular form in battle.

Here are the Deoxys Forms.

Normal Forme Attack Forme Defense Forme Speed Forme
Normal Forme Attack Forme Defense Forme Speed Forme
Base Stats:

HP: 50
Attack: 150
Defense: 50
Sp. Attack: 150
Sp. Defense: 50
Speed: 150
Base Stats:

HP: 50
Attack: 180
Defense: 20
Sp. Attack: 180
Sp. Defense: 20
Speed: 150
Base Stats:

HP: 50
Attack: 70
Defense: 160
Sp. Attack: 70
Sp. Defense: 160
Speed: 90
Base Stats:

HP: 50
Attack: 95
Defense: 90
Sp. Attack: 95
Sp. Defense: 90
Speed: 180


#412 Burmy/#413 Wormadam
Burmy's Three CloaksWormadam - Plant CloakWormadam - Sand CloakWormadam - Trash Cloak

Burmy is a very unique Pokémon in that its form is ever changing between the three cloaks; Plant Cloak, Sand Cloak & Trash Cloak. These are changed dependant on the area that Burmy last battled upon.
If its on Grassy areas then it'll be Plant Cloak due to picking up leaves.
If in caves, beaches or sandy areas in general then it'll be Sand Cloak due to picking up the rocks and sand.
If in buildings or on roads then it'll become the Trash Cloak.
However, as a Burmy, it gets no use out of these changes as they are purely cosmetic, but evolve a female one with its last battle in one of those places, and it evolves into a Wormadam.

Wormadam is different to Burmy in that once it has evolved, it will keep the form that Burmy was in when it evolved so it will always be Plant Cloak for example. With Wormadam however, its learnset, stats and even its type are completely different for each form so you have to make sure you have the Burmy that you want when you evolve it. Luckily you can cancel evolution so if Burmy is of the wrong cloak at the start of evolution, just cancel and go to another place and evolve. All forms are interconnectable in Diamond, Pearl & Platinum and can be battled and traded with ease.

Plant Cloak Sand Cloak Trash Cloak
Plant Cloak Sand Cloak Trash Cloak
Plant Cloak Sand Cloak Trash Cloak
BugGrass BugGround BugSteel
Base Stats:

HP: 60
Attack: 59
Defense: 85
Sp. Attack: 79
Sp. Defense: 105
Speed: 36
Base Stats:

HP: 60
Attack: 79
Defense: 105
Sp. Attack: 59
Sp. Defense: 85
Speed: 36
Base Stats:

HP: 60
Attack: 69
Defense: 95
Sp. Attack: 69
Sp. Defense: 95
Speed: 36


#479 Rotom
Rotom & It's Forms

Rotom is another Pokémon that obtained new forms. In Pokémon Platinum, at certain times, you gad the ability to download the Secret Key over Wi-Fi. This Secret Key gives you access to a new room in Eterna's Galactic Building. In HeartGold/SoulSilver, you need to just take a Rotom to the elevator in Silph Co while. In these rooms, there are five different items on the floor. If you have Rotom in your party and you select one of them, it will change Rotom into one of five other forms. Alternatively, in Black & White, you just need to interact with some boxes in the warehouse in the Route 9 department store and in X & Y, you have to interact with a box in the Pokémon Laboratory in Lumiose City.. This has Rotom possess the appliance. When he possesses the appliance, his stats are boosted and it can learn a specific attack. If you change forms, Rotom will remove this attack and learn another one so they cannot learn all of the attacks possible. All forms share the same moveset and statistics so the only difference in them is the special move that they have. The forms that Rotom changes into are as follows

  • Lawnmower - Cut Rotom
  • Fridge - Frost Rotom
  • Oven - Heat Rotom
  • Fan - Spin Rotom
  • Washing Machine - Wash Rotom

Even though Rotom is in all three games, the forms are exclusive to Pokémon Platinum and as such, Rotom's forms are not in Diamond & Pearl. Like other forms, when you go into the Union Room or the WiFi Club, then Rotom will revert forms from its form into the base form, lowering its stats and forgetting its signature move. However, if you go for Battling in the Local Wireless Colosseum area, then Rotom will keep its form, its stats and its signature attack. In Platinum to Platinum battles, you will see the forms all as the forms to which they have transformed. Diamond & Pearl players however will see Rotom as its base form, despite it keeping the higher stats of its form. Rotom also reverts form when you enter it into one of the Battle Frontier facilities.

Rotom Mow Rotom Frost Rotom Heat Rotom Fan Rotom Wash Rotom
Rotom Mow Frost Heat Fan Wash
ElectricGhost ElectricGrass ElectricIce ElectricFire ElectricFlying ElectricWater
  Leaf Storm Blizzard Overheat Air Slash Hydro Pump
Base Stats:

HP: 50
Attack: 50
Defense: 77
Sp. Attack: 95
Sp. Defense: 77
Speed: 91
Base Stats:

HP: 50
Attack: 65
Defense: 107
Sp. Attack: 105
Sp. Defense: 107
Speed: 86


#487 Giratina
Altered FormeOrigin Forme

Giratina is the first legendary non-event Pokémon in the game that has alternate forms dependant on the game it is on as well as external factors. Giratina's Altered Forme is found on Diamond & Pearl while it's Origin Forme is found exclusively on Platinum. It is also the first Pokémon form change that has the size and mass of the Pokémon change. In the Pokémon mythos, the Origin Forme is the form that Giratina is in in it's home dimension while it is in the Altered Forme when it enters ours, and that remains true in Pokémon Platinum. However, if you attach the item, the Griseous Orb, to Giratina, then it will remain in the Origin Forme.

Giratina is catchable in both games and as such, its form will change easily when you trade between Diamond & Pearl and Platinum. However, when you go over WiFi into the WiFi Club or into the Trade Centre, the Griseous Orb will return automatically to your bag and Giratina will revert into its Altered Forme. Over local wireless however, you have the ability to battle with Giratina in its Origin Forme. PtHGSS to PtHGSS will have the sprite showing that it is under its Origin Forme so you know exactly what you're up against. If you have a battle of PtHGSS VS Diamond/Pearl, then on the Diamond & Pearl games, Giratina will appear in its Altered Forme. It will keep the stats for its Origin Forme and the boosts of the Griseous Orb, but the Diamond & Pearl players do not notice it.

Altered Forme Origin Forme
Altered Forme Origin Forme
Ability: Pressure Ability: Levitate
Base Stats:

HP: 150
Attack: 100
Defense: 120
Sp. Attack: 100
Sp. Defense: 120
Speed: 90
Base Stats:

HP: 150
Attack: 120
Defense: 100
Sp. Attack: 120
Sp. Defense: 100
Speed: 90
Games in:

Diamond
Pearl
Platinum
HeartGold
SoulSilver
Black
White
Games in:

Platinum
HeartGold
SoulSilver
Black
White


#492 Shaymin
Land FormeSky Forme

Shaymin is the 4th generation event legendary Pokémon that has an alternate form. Shaymin's Land Forme is found on Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, HeartGold, SoulSilver, Black & White while its Sky Forme is found on Platinum, HeartGold, SoulSilver, Black & White. Being an event Pokémon, you do not have the ability to capture it in-game without an added event item so you won't be seeing this one as often. Shaymin is the first Pokémon to have interchangeable forms that have different types and its form can only be changed by using the item; The Gracidea Flower. Shaymin's Sky Forme is also dependant on the time. It can only be utilised during daylight hours of 4am to 8pm. As soon as it hits 8:01pm if you are in the overworld, or as soon as you exit battle, it will automatically revert to Land Forme. It will also revert if you place it in the Box.

Like Giratina, Shaymin's forms have certain compatibility across the multiplayer bands. Over WiFi and in Trade Rooms, Shaymin will automatically revert back into its Land Forme. However, over local Wireless battles, Sky Forme Shaymin will remain in its Sky Forme for the duration of the battle. Platinum to Platinum players will easily be able to distinguish its forms. But like Giratina, if you battle Diamond/Pearl to Platinum, the Diamond & Pearl players will see the Shaymin in Land Forme regardless of if it is in Sky Forme or not. It will however keep the stats, typing & ability of Sky Forme so their strategy may not work due to the typing so in the interest of fairness, it might be best to tell them that its Sky Forme

Land Forme Sky Forme
Land Forme Sky Forme
Grass GrassFlying
Ability:
Natural Cure
Ability:
Serene Grace
Base Stats:

HP: 100
Attack: 100
Defense: 100
Sp. Attack: 100
Sp. Defense: 100
Speed: 100
Base Stats:

HP: 100
Attack: 103
Defense: 75
Sp. Attack: 120
Sp. Defense: 75
Speed: 127
Games in:

Diamond
Pearl
Platinum
HeartGold
SoulSilver
Black
White
Games in:

Platinum
HeartGold
SoulSilver
Black
White


#550 Basculin
Red Stripe FormeBlue Stripe Forme

This Pokémon has two forms, the Red Stripe Form and the Blue Stripe Form. These forms are not interchangeable and are dependant on its appearance at capture. The Red Stripe form is the form found during play on Pokémon Black and the Blue Stripe form is the form found in White. However, you have the ability to find the other forms in the other games through use of the new Wild Pokémon encounter method where Pokémon will appear randomly it bits of water.
In addition to the change of appearance, the forms can have different abilities. While their Dream World ability, Mold Breaker, and their second ability, Adaptibility remain constant between both forms, each form has a different potential ability based on the version. It is currently unknown as to what specifically changes the ability as both forms can have Reckless and Adaptability, but Rock Head is possible to get in some Basculin and is obtainable by the Blue Stripe Form within the trade in Hodomoe City. However. In addition to this, each form has a different possible hold item, at a 5% rate of having the item.

Red Stripe Form Blue Stripe Form
Red Stripe Form Blue Stripe Form
Black Trade Ability:
Reckless
White Trade Ability:
Rock Head
Item: Item:

DeepSeaTooth

DeepSeaScale


#555 Darmanitan
Normal Mode

Darmanitan's form change is unique in that not all Darmanitan have the ability to do it. If you have evolved a Darmanitan from Darumakka, then you will not be able to get his alternate form. To get this form, you either need to get a Darmanitan off of the Dream World, or get one of the six that are sitting outside the Ancient Castle in the Resort Desert.
These Darmanitan have the ability; Zen Mode which, when Darmanitan's Hit Points get to be less than 50% of their full value, Darmanitan will change into Zen Mode. This change is radical and changes both Darmanitan's stats and his type.

Normal Mode Zen Mode
Normal Mode Zen Mode
Fire Firepsychic
Base Stats:

HP: 105
Attack: 140
Defense: 55
Sp. Attack: 30
Sp. Defense: 55
Speed: 95
Base Stats:

HP: 105
Attack: 30
Defense: 105
Sp. Attack: 140
Sp. Defense: 105
Speed: 55


#585 Deerling/#586 Sawsbuck
DeerlingSawsbuck

Deerling and its evolution Sawsbuck each have four different forms. These forms are dependant solely upon the season that is currently in play. As the Season is not controllable by you, you have no control over what form these Pokémon take. but if you store it in the box, it doesnt change so you have it in the seperate form. The forms have no difference in learnsets or stats but are merely an aesthetic change to show off the new mechanic of the seasons.

Spring FormSummer FormAutumn FormWinter Form


#641 Tornadus
TornadusTornadus

Tornadus is a standard Unova Pokémon that was given a new form within Black 2 & White 2. This new form is obtainable through Pokémon Dream Radar initially, but all Tornadus can be switched between forms using the Reflective Mirror in Black 2 & White 2. Tornadus captured in the Pokémon Dream Radar game will have the special Hidden Ablity when turned into Incarnation Forme.

Incarnation Forme Therian Forme
Incarnation Forme Therian Forme
Ability:
Prankster
Hidden Ability:
Defiant
Ability:
Regenerator
Base Stats:

HP: 79
Attack: 115
Defense: 70
Sp. Attack: 125
Sp. Defense: 80
Speed: 111
Base Stats:

HP: 79
Attack: 100
Defense: 80
Sp. Attack: 110
Sp. Defense: 90
Speed: 121


#642 Thundurus
TornadusTornadus

Thundurus is a standard Unova Pokémon that was given a new form within Black 2 & White 2. This new form is obtainable through Pokémon Dream Radar initially, but all Thundurus can be switched between forms using the Reflective Mirror in Black 2 & White 2. Thundurus captured in the Pokémon Dream Radar game will have the special Hidden Ablity when turned into Incarnation Forme.

Incarnation Forme Therian Forme
Incarnation Forme Therian Forme
Ability:
Prankster
Hidden Ability:
Defiant
Ability:
Volt Absorb
Base Stats:

HP: 79
Attack: 115
Defense: 70
Sp. Attack: 125
Sp. Defense: 80
Speed: 111
Base Stats:

HP: 79
Attack: 105
Defense: 70
Sp. Attack: 145
Sp. Defense: 80
Speed: 101


#645 Landorus
LandorusLandorus

Landorus is a standard Unova Pokémon that was given a new form within Black 2 & White 2. This new form is obtainable through Pokémon Dream Radar initially, but all Landorus can be switched between forms using the Reflective Mirror in Black 2 & White 2. Landorus captured in the Pokémon Dream Radar game will have the special Hidden Ablity when turned into Incarnation Forme.

Incarnation Forme Therian Forme
Incarnation Forme Therian Forme
Ability:
Sand Force
Hidden Ability:
Sheer Force
Ability:
Intimidate
Base Stats:

HP: 89
Attack: 125
Defense: 90
Sp. Attack: 115
Sp. Defense: 80
Speed: 101
Base Stats:

HP: 89
Attack: 145
Defense: 90
Sp. Attack: 105
Sp. Defense: 80
Speed: 91


#646 Kyurem
KeldeoMeloettaMeloetta
The forms of Kyurem are unique in that they take another Pokémon and completely envelop them in order to create the new form. This is done using the special item, DNA Link Pin which is found in Giant Chasm after capturing Kyurem. When you use this item, you have to select Kyurem and either Reshiram or Zekrom. This will merge the Pokémon together into a far stronger Pokémon. This can be reverted at any time, using the item. Any changes to Kyurem such as Level and EVs carry over to each form of Kyurem, while Reshiram or Zekrom remain untouched. For example, if you fuse a Level 70 Kyurem and a Level 70 Reshiram, and level Kyurem up to Level 92, when you defuse them, Kyurem will remain Level 92 and Reshiram will still be Level 70. However, the moves on Kyurem will reset to the last four in its level up from the current level.

Kyurem Black Kyurem White Kyurem
Tornadus Thundurus Landorus
Ability:
Pressure
Ability:
Teravolt
Ability:
Turboblaze
Base Stats:

HP: 125
Attack: 130
Defense: 90
Sp. Attack: 130
Sp. Defense: 90
Speed: 95
Base Stats:

HP: 125
Attack: 170
Defense: 100
Sp. Attack: 120
Sp. Defense: 90
Speed: 95
Base Stats:

HP: 125
Attack: 120
Defense: 90
Sp. Attack: 170
Sp. Defense: 100
Speed: 95
#647 Keldeo
KeldeoMeloetta

Keldeo is an event Pokémon and also has two different forms. This form is listed as a significant form change, but appears to only be based on aesthetics. It is only in the new, Resolution Form, if it knows the move, Secret Sword within Pokémon Black 2 & Pokémon White 2.

Usual Form Resolution Form
Usual Form Resolution Form


#648 Meloetta
MeloettaMeloetta

Meloetta is an event Pokémon and also has two different forms. These forms differ in both stats and type. To change the form of Meloetta, you need to take it to the café in Hiun City where you'll meet a character who will teach it a brand new move. This move, Ancient Voice, will allow you to change Meloetta's form at will, however it only changes when its used in battle.

Aria Forme Pirouette Forme
Aria Forme Pirouette Forme
NormalPsychic NormalFighting
Base Stats:

HP: 100
Attack: 77
Defense: 77
Sp. Attack: 128
Sp. Defense: 128
Speed: 90
Base Stats:

HP: 100
Attack: 128
Defense: 90
Sp. Attack: 77
Sp. Defense: 77
Speed: 127


#681 Aegislash
AegislashAegislash

Aegislash's forms are the first set of forms to actually showcase the concept in Kalos. This Pokémon will change its form depending upon what moves it makes. The Formes are unique in that they completely swap their base stats with a focus on Attack in Blade Forme and Defence in Shield Forme If it makes any attacking moves, it switches to Blade Forme, whereas if uses the move King's Shield, it will be in its Shield Forme. Whenever it is sent out into battle, it is in its Shield Forme allowing for switching in without damage.

Shield Forme Blade Forme
Shield Forme Blade Forme
Base Stats:

HP: 60
Attack: 50
Defense: 150
Sp. Attack: 50
Sp. Defense: 150
Speed: 60
Base Stats:

HP: 60
Attack: 150
Defense: 50
Sp. Attack: 150
Sp. Defense: 50
Speed: 60


#710 Pumpkaboo & #711 Gourgeist
PumpkabooGourgeist

These two Pokémon also have got a unique form difference. However, unlike other form changes, these forms cannot be changed after capture. When you encounter the Pumpkaboo in the wilrd, it will be one of four possible sizes: Small, Average, Large and Super Size, with Super Size being the rarest. The difference is actually in their stats. While as a Pumpkaboo, its Hit Points go up, the larger it is, but the Speed decreases wheres when it has been traded to evolve into a Gourgeist, its Attack stat also starts getting larger for the larger forms while Speed decreases.

Small Size Average Size Large Size Super Size
Small Size Average Size Large Size Super Size
Base Stats:

HP: 44
Attack: 66
Defense: 70
Sp. Attack: 44
Sp. Defense: 55
Speed: 56
Base Stats:

HP: 49
Attack: 66
Defense: 70
Sp. Attack: 44
Sp. Defense: 55
Speed: 51
Base Stats:

HP: 54
Attack: 66
Defense: 70
Sp. Attack: 44
Sp. Defense: 55
Speed: 46
Base Stats:

HP: 59
Attack: 66
Defense: 70
Sp. Attack: 44
Sp. Defense: 55
Speed: 41
Small Size Average Size Large Size Super Size
Base Stats:

HP: 55
Attack: 85
Defense: 122
Sp. Attack: 58
Sp. Defense: 75
Speed: 99
Base Stats:

HP: 65
Attack: 90
Defense: 122
Sp. Attack: 58
Sp. Defense: 75
Speed: 84
Base Stats:

HP: 75
Attack: 95
Defense: 122
Sp. Attack: 58
Sp. Defense: 75
Speed: 69
Base Stats:

HP: 85
Attack: 100
Defense: 122
Sp. Attack: 58
Sp. Defense: 75
Speed: 54



#201 Unown
Unown - F

Unown was the first Pokémon in the games to have different forms. Unlike the aforementioned forms on this page however, Unown's forms are all purely cosmetic, despite fitting into the mythos made for Unown during GSC. There are 28 forms of Unown, each representing one letter of the alphabet and, as of the 3rd generation, 2 of them featuring punctuation marks. In Gold, Silver & Crystal there was an Unown Dex plugin to the Pokédex that allowed you to keep track of each forms. This however, has not returned. Below is a table showing all of Unown's forms.

Unown Unown Unown Unown Unown Unown
Unown Unown Unown Unown Unown Unown
Unown Unown Unown Unown Unown Unown
Unown Unown Unown Unown Unown Unown
Unown Unown Unown Unown    


#351 Castform
Castform

Castform is the first Pokémon to have interchangeable forms based entirely upon attacks that it uses. With the introduction of weather attacks, a Pokémon was eventually devised that makes use of these attacks and thus further benefit it and thus Castform was created. Using the three main Weather attacks; Sunny Day, Rain Dance & Hail, Castform's visual appearance and type changes and its signature attack Weather Ball changes with these changes to make Castform much more unpredictable.

Normal Sunny Form Rainy Form Snowy Form
Normal Form Sunny Form Rain Form Snowy Form
Normal Fire Water Ice
Obtained:

Always
Obtained:

Strong Sunlight
Obtained:

Rain Pours
Obtained:

Hail Hits


#421 Cherrim
Cherrim - ClosedCherrim - Open

Cherrim is another Pokémon who's form changes when a weather attack is used. Utilising its ability, Flower Gift, if Sunny Day or a Pokémon with Drought has been used, Cherrim changes to a blooming blossom. While this does make Cherrim more susceptable to Fire-type attacks, Cherrim's Attack and Special Attack is raised. Once the sunlight ends however, Cherrim reverts back to its closed form.

Overcast Form Sunshine Form
Overcast Form Sunshine Form


#422 Shellos/#423 Gastrodon
Shellos - West SeaShellos - East SeaGastrodon - West SeaGastrodon - East Sea

Shellos and Gastrodon are rather unique in that while they both have two forms each, the forms are not interchangeable and they make absolutely no difference to the Pokémon. The two forms of Shellos & Gastrodon indicate what part of Sinnoh that they were originally captured in. If they're caught on the West side of Sinnoh (to the west of Mt. Coronet), then they will be the pink West Sea forms, whereas if they are captured on the east side of Sinnoh. As these forms are not interchangeable, you're stuck with them, but in the routes where they reside, they are rather abundant Pokémon so you can easily get both if you do so wish. It is currently unknown if Shellos & Gastrodon that are hatched or obtained in other regions will match these conventions or be completely new.

West Sea East Sea
West Sea East Sea
West Sea East Sea


#493 Arceus

Arceus, the astrongest legendary Pokémon that sits at the end of the Pokédex (as of the 4th generation), is rather unique in that its type and appearance will change if its holding one of 16 special items. These items, when on other Pokémon, boost certain types. However, when they are attached to Arceus, they have that effect but also change its type and form to match that plate. There is one plate for each type which means 17 different Arceus forms. Arceus' signature move Judgment also is affected by these changes. However, due to these forms being dependant on both Arceus' ability and the item, its easy for an opponent to disable it with certain attacks and abilities. Below are the forms of Arceus and which items change it

Arceus - Normal Arceus - Bug Arceus - Dark Arceus - Dragon Arceus - Electric Arceus - Fairy
Normal Bug Dark Dragon Electric Fairy
No Item Insect Plate Dread Plate Draco Plate Zap Plate Pixie Plate
Arceus - Fighting Arceus - Fire Arceus - Flying Arceus - Ghost Arceus - Grass Arceus - Ground
Fighting Fire Flying Ghost Grass Ground
Fist Plate Flame Plate Sky Plate Spooky Plate Meadow Plate Earth Plate
Arceus - Ice Arceus - Poison Arceus - Psychic Arceus - Rock Arceus - Steel Arceus - Water
Ice Poison Psychic Rock Steel Water
Icicle Plate Toxic Plate Mind Plate Stone Plate Iron Plate Splash Plate


#666 Vivillon

Vivillon's Form differences are unique in that you cannot change them or even natively get the different forms in your game. Instead, you get the version based on your geographic location set on the Nintendo 3DS when the Pokémon is caught or hatched. We're still in the process of collating which area gets which Pokémon

Meadow PatternPolar PatternTundra PatternContinental PatternGarden PatternElegant Pattern
Icy Snow PatternModern PatternMarine PatternArchipelago PatternHigh Plains PatternSandstorm Pattern
River PatternMonsoon PatternSavanna PatternSun PatternOcean PatternJungle Pattern


#669 Flabébé, #670 Floette & #671 Florges

Flabébé's form change is something merely aesthetic rather than a functional form. In Pokémon X & Y, you will find and capture numerous Flabébé, each with different coloured flowers depending upon the location, typically based upon the flower bed you capture it in, but with Orange and White ones being rare in any. These forms are not interchangeable and do not have an effect on the stats of the Pokémon. This form then carries on through its evolution so if you have a red Flabébé and evolve it, you will get a red Florges

Red Flower Blue Flower Orange Flower White Flower Yellow Flower
Red Flower Blue Flower Orange Flower White Flower Yellow Flower
Red Flower Blue Flower Orange Flower White Flower Yellow Flower
Red Flower Blue Flower Orange Flower White Flower Yellow Flower

#676 Furfrou

Furfrou is another aesthetic form change, however it is one which you have complete control over. When you have a Furfrou, you will be able to groom it. This is done at Frieser Furfrou in Vernal Avenue in Lumiose City and costs 500P per trim. If you ignore its grooming regime, its hair will grow back to the size of it when it is captured after five days. It will also revert if you put it in a box.

Natural FormHeart TrimStar TrimDiamond TrimDeputante Trim
Matron TrimDandy TrimLa Reine TrimKabuki TrimPharaoh Trim
 
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