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As with all the previous Super Smash Bros. games, the new iterations include the special PokéBall item. When these items are thrown, they will release a random Pokémon which will use a move. These attacks do a variety of different damages and effects so you have to be prepared. The Pokémon released is, and some are rarer than others, so keep your eye out for them.
Unlike previous games, you will sometimes find a Master Ball item. This item means that you will release a Legendary Pokémon

#026 Alolan Raichu

Name: Alolan Raichu

First Appearance: Pokémon Sun & Moon (2016)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When Alolan Raichu is sent out of its ball, it uses a form of Volt Tackle where it flies through the stage, targeting down the opponents. It does three passes of the stage and then disappears

Can't be called in the following stages:
Onett, Spirit Train

#037 Alolan Vulpix

Name: Alolan Vulpix

First Appearance: Pokémon Sun & Moon (2016)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When sent out of its ball, Alolan Vulpix sends out a brief blast of Icy Wind. This causes damage to any opponent in its path, as well as the potential to freeze

#037 Vulpix

Name: Vulpix

First Appearance: Pokémon Red & Green (1996)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When sent out, Kantonian Vulpix sends a fire ball out. This fireball, when it makes contact, lingers for a little and does some damage. Vulpix sends out 4 of these before vanishing.

#052 Meowth

Name: Meowth

First Appearance: Pokémon Red & Green (1996)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Meowth returns to Super Smash Bros. yet again with its tried and true attack. Once released from a PokéBall, it will start using Pay Day, shooting out coins at the nearby foe.

#063 Abra

Name: Abra

First Appearance: Pokémon Red & Green (1996)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When Abra is released, it will float towards one of the opponents and will grab it in a Teleport. If successful, it will move over to above a hole and teleport the player to just over it. It does this three times before returning

Can't be called in the following stages:
3D Land, Balloon Fight, Boxing Ring, Bridge of Eldin, Coliseum, Delfino Plaza, Dream Land GB, Duck Hunt, Figure-8 Circuit, Flat Zone X, Gaur Plains, Golden Plains, Great Bay, Living Room, Mario Bros., Mario Galaxy, Mushroom Kingdom, Mushroom Kingdom II, Mushroomy Kingdom, Onett, Pac-Land, Rainbow Cruise, Shadow Moses Island, The Great Cave Offensive, Tortimer Island, Wii Fit Studio

#101 Electrode

Name: Electrode

First Appearance: Pokémon Red & Green (1996)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Electrode returns to Super Smash Bros. yet again with its classic move. After a short time on stage, Electrode will explode, taking out any player within the blast radius. It can also be picked up and thrown.

Can't be called in the following stages:
Distant Planet

#103 Alolan Exeggutor

Name: Alolan Exeggutor

First Appearance: Pokémon Sun & Moon (2016)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When Alolan Exeggutor is sent out, it will start walking around the stage with its long neck acting as a barrier against traversal by others. Characters that can wall climb can, however, climb on its neck.

Can't be called in the following stages:
3D Land, Brinstar Depths, Dream Land GB, Gaur Plains, Gerudo Valley, Golden Plains, Great Plateau Tower, Green Hill Zone, Luigi's Mansion, Moray Towers, Mushroomy Kingdom, New Pork City, Pac-Land, Palutena's Temple, Rainbow Cruise, Reset Bomb Forest, Spear Pillar, Spirit Train, Temple, The Great Cave Offensive, Tomodachi Life, Wario Ware Inc., Wrecking Crew, Yoshi's Story

#118 Goldeen

Name: Goldeen

First Appearance: Pokémon Red & Green (1996)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Goldeen also returns to Super Smash Bros. with its usual flailing about. It does not do any damage.

Can't be called in the following stages:
Distant Planet

#120 Staryu

Name: Staryu

First Appearance: Pokémon Red & Green (1996)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Staryu also returns to Super Smash Bros. and keeps its classic attack. It will line itself up to an enemy player and will start using Swift. This will hit the player repeatedly and keep them in the air while being hit

Can't be called in the following stages:
Skyloft

#132 Ditto

Name: Ditto

First Appearance: Pokémon Red & Green (1996)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When Ditto appears on the field, it will transform into a random one of the players and then will start to charge at one of the opponents, attacking them and using items as if it was an AI controlled player.

#133 Eevee

Name: Eevee

First Appearance: Pokémon Red & Green (1996)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Eevee returns to Super Smash Bros. and uses a classic move. When sent out, it uses the move Take Down on a nearby foe, doing significant damage to them. It does this four times.

Can't be called in the following stages:
Moray Towers, Mute City SNES

#143 Snorlax

Name: Snorlax

First Appearance: Pokémon Red & Green (1996)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Snorlax also makes a welcome return. Like before, when released from the PokéBall, it jumps high up and then comes down, much larger than before, taking out anyone in its way

Can't be called in the following stages:
Duck Hunt, Flat Zone X, Pac-Land, Super Mario Maker

#146 Moltres

Name: Moltres

First Appearance: Pokémon Red & Green (1996)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Moltres makes another return appearance in Super Smash Bros. In this appearance, like before, it doesn't attack, but sits majestically before flying off. It will damage anyone who touches it apart from the player who released it.

Can't be called in the following stages:
Brinstar, Corneria, Distant Planet, Find Mii, Jungle Japes, Reset Bomb Forest, The Great Cave Offensive, Tomodachi Life, Tortimer Island, Wario Ware Inc., Yoshi's Island

#151 Mew

Name: Mew

First Appearance: Pokémon Red & Green (1996)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Mew will appear for a while and then fly up, sometimes dropping other rare items

Can't be called in the following stages:
Corneria, Mushroomy Kingdom

#175 Togepi

Name: Togepi

First Appearance: Pokémon Gold & Silver (1999)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Togepi makes a return to the Super Smash Bros. foray continuing its trademark attack. When sent out, it will use the move Metronome to get one of several effects. Night Shade has Togepi turn the stage completely black for a short time. Leech Seed puts a flower on top of the opponent's head, causing gradual damage. Hypnosis has Togepi send out a small shockwave and anyone caught in it will fall asleep. Icy Wind has Togepi freeze any nearby opponents and Earthquake embeds nearby enemies into the ground.

Can't be called in the following stages:
Arena Ferox, Brinstar, Corneria, Magicant, Spirit Train

#182 Bellossom

Name: Bellossom

First Appearance: Pokémon Gold & Silver (1999)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Bellossom makes a triumphant return to the Super Smash Bros. fray continuing its trademark attack. When sent out, it will start dancing and use Sleep Powder. This will cause it to put any player nearby to sleep for a short period.

#212 Scizor

Name: Scizor

First Appearance: Pokémon Gold & Silver (1999)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When Scizor is sent out, it starts charging the stage hunting for enemies. If it spots them, it goes in for various attacks

#244 Entei

Name: Entei

First Appearance: Pokémon Gold & Silver (1999)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Entei returns to Super Smash Bros. again with its classic Fire Spin attack. It will create a vortex of fire around it, luring foes in and will shoot them upwards, repeatedly damaging them.

Can't be called in the following stages:
Golden Plains, Green Hill Zone, Tortimer Island

#245 Suicune

Name: Suicune

First Appearance: Pokémon Gold & Silver (1999)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Suicune returns to Super Smash Bros. again with its classic Aurora Beam attack. Once released, it will shoot out a horizontal beam, damaging the opponents, before disappearing. It will also freeze anyone who touches it

Can't be called in the following stages:
Corneria, Green Hill Zone, Tomodachi Life, Tortimer Island

#249 Lugia

Name: Lugia

First Appearance: Pokémon Gold & Silver (1999)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Lugia returns to Super Smash Bros. again with its classic Aeroblast attack. It will fly up and go into the background where it will unleash its powerful move.

Can't be called in the following stages:
3D Land, Arena Ferox, Brinstar, Corneria, Dream Land GB, Duck Hunt, Frigate Orpheon, Gaur Plains, Gerudo Valley, Hyrule Castle, Living Room, Luigi's Mansion, Magicant, Mario Circuit, Mario Galaxy, Mementos, Mushroom Kingdom U, Mushroomy Kingdom, Pac-Land, Paper Mario, Prism Tower, Reset Bomb Forest, Skyloft, Skyworld, Super Mario Maker, Suzaku Castle, Temple, The Great Cave Offensive, Tortimer Island, Umbra Clock Tower, Unova Pokemon League, Wario Ware Inc., Wii Fit Studio, Wrecking Crew

#282 Gardevoir

Name: Gardevoir

First Appearance: Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire (2002)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Gardevoir continues with its previous appearances. When released, it creates a barrier around it which blocks all projectiles from entry, often reflecting them back at the player that sent them

Can't be called in the following stages:
Arena Ferox, Magicant, Mute City SNES, Onett, Wrecking Crew

#376 Metagross

Name: Metagross

First Appearance: Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire (2002)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When sent out, Metagross will use the move Earthquake which will send any nearby opponents flying upwards.

Can't be called in the following stages:
3D Land, Arena Ferox, Gaur Plains, Golden Plains, Kongo Falls, Spirit Train, Tomodachi Life

#380 Latias

Name: Latias

First Appearance: Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire (2002)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Latias makes its return once again in Super Smash Bros. In this appearance, it summons its counterpart, Latios, and they both fly through the stage, aiming at other players, causing damage and knocking them back.

#381 Latios

Name: Latios

First Appearance: Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire (2002)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Latios makes its return once again in Super Smash Bros. In this appearance, it summons its counterpart, Latias, and they both fly through the stage, aiming at other players, causing damage and knocking them back.

#382 Kyogre

Name: Kyogre

First Appearance: Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire (2002)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Kyogre makes its third appearance in Super Smash Bros. When released from the ball, it will appear and float around the stage, using Hydro Pump to attack the enemies. This will not do much damage but will push the opponents to the edge

Can't be called in the following stages:
Arena Ferox, Balloon Fight, Brinstar, Corneria, Distant Planet, Dream Land GB, Green Hill Zone, Jungle Japes, Living Room, PictoChat 2, Reset Bomb Forest, Tomodachi Life, Tortimer Island, Wario Ware Inc., Yoshi's Island

#386 Deoxys Attack Forme

Name: Deoxys Attack Forme

First Appearance: Pokémon FireRed (2004)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Deoxys makes its return once again in Super Smash Bros. Like before, it will jump up in Attack Forme and send a massive energy beam down to the opponent.

Can't be called in the following stages:
Golden Plains, Tomodachi Life

#460 Abomasnow

Name: Abomasnow

First Appearance: Pokémon Diamond & Pearl (2006)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Abomasnow makes its first appearance in the Super Smash Bros. series and, when released, whips up a small icy wind that freezes any nearby foes. After two of those, it will lunge at an opponent with Ice Punch, freezing them.

Can't be called in the following stages:
Mute City SNES, Tomodachi Life

#484 Palkia

Name: Palkia

First Appearance: Pokémon Diamond & Pearl (2006)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Palkia, previously a stage hazard in the Spear Pillar stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, appears within a PokéBall in the new games. Once it's released, it will unleash its signature move, Spacial Rend, which causes significant destruction to any person it hits and flips the stage upside-down

Can't be called in the following stages:
3D Land, Arena Ferox, Balloon Fight, Boxing Ring, Brinstar, Distant Planet, Dream Land GB, Golden Plains, Green Hill Zone, Jungle Japes, Mushroomy Kingdom, Mute City SNES, Paper Mario, PictoChat 2, Prism Tower, Reset Bomb Forest, Spear Pillar, Suzaku Castle, Tomodachi Life, Tortimer Island, Wario Ware Inc., Yoshi's Island

#487 Giratina

Name: Giratina

First Appearance: Pokémon Diamond & Pearl (2006)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Giratina returns once again in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. In this appearance, it uses the move Dragon Breath to create a whirlwind which will blow any opponents trapped in it off of the screen

Can't be called in the following stages:
Balloon Fight, Brinstar, Corneria, Distant Planet, Dream Land GB, Golden Plains, Green Hill Zone, Jungle Japes, Living Room, Mute City SNES, Reset Bomb Forest, Suzaku Castle, Tomodachi Life, Tortimer Island, Wario Ware Inc., Yoshi's Island

#491 Darkrai

Name: Darkrai

First Appearance: Pokémon Diamond & Pearl (2006)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Darkrai returns once more into Super Smash Bros. When it is sent out, it uses the special move Dark Void which knocks all nearby characters to sleep for a short while

Can't be called in the following stages:
3D Land, Distant Planet, Jungle Japes

#493 Arceus

Name: Arceus

First Appearance: Pokémon Diamond & Pearl (2006)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Arceus also makes a return from Super Smash Bros. For 3DS/Wii U and makes its second appearance. Here, it will cause major damage to various Pokémon as it is on the stage using the move Gravity, and cause them to crash to the ground. If they aren't over ground, they will fall to their doom.

Can't be called in the following stages:
Arena Ferox, Balloon Fight, Brinstar, Corneria, Distant Planet, Dream Land GB, Jungle Japes, Living Room, Magicant, Onett, Reset Bomb Forest, Spirit Train, Super Mario Maker, Suzaku Castle, Tortimer Island, Wario Ware Inc., Yoshi's Island

#494 Victini

Name: Victini

First Appearance: Pokémon Black & White (2010)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When released, Victini uses its ability Victory Star, which boosts the attack strength of the character that released it, and also prevents them from flinching from moves for a short time. It may also give the player a Final Smash

Can't be called in the following stages:
Arena Ferox, Balloon Fight, Golden Plains, Jungle Japes, Peach's Castle, Prism Tower, Yoshi's Island

#495 Snivy

Name: Snivy

First Appearance: Pokémon Black & White (2010)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When Snivy is released from the PokéBall, it will use Razor Leaf, sending a projectile leaf out to damage opponents

Can't be called in the following stages:
Golden Plains

#501 Oshawott

Name: Oshawott

First Appearance: Pokémon Black & White (2010)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When released from the PokéBall, Oshawott will get out its Schalchop and will rush the stage, damaging any enemy who gets in its way

#571 Zoroark

Name: Zoroark

First Appearance: Pokémon Black & White (2010)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When released from the PokéBall, Zoroark will jump out and use Fury Swipes, knocking any opponents up into the air, and then swiping at them repeatedly until they're knocked down

Can't be called in the following stages:
3D Land, Distant Planet, Dream Land GB, Golden Plains, Green Hill Zone, Mushroomy Kingdom, Mute City SNES, Spirit Train, Tomodachi Life, Wrecking Crew, Yoshi's Island

#646 Kyurem

Name: Kyurem

First Appearance: Pokémon Black & White (2010)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When Kyurem is sent out into battle, it will use Glaciate that will freeze any opponent that it touches and send out waves of cold air around it.

Can't be called in the following stages:
Brinstar, Distant Planet, Dream Land GB, Golden Plains, Living Room, PictoChat 2, Reset Bomb Forest, Tomodachi Life, Tortimer Island, Wario Ware Inc.

#647 Keldeo Resolute Form

Name: Keldeo Resolute Form

First Appearance: Pokémon Black & White (2010)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When Keldeo is released from the Poké Ball, it will start jumping around and using Sacred Sword to swipe at any nearby opponent.

Can't be called in the following stages:
Fourside, Golden Plains, Green Hill Zone

#648 Meloetta

Name: Meloetta

First Appearance: Pokémon Black & White (2010)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When sent out on the field, Meloetta will start singing, sending notes out that will damage a foe if they are hit by them.

Can't be called in the following stages:
Arena Ferox

#649 Genesect

Name: Genesect

First Appearance: Pokémon Black & White (2010)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When released, Genesect will jump up and start firing its Techno Blast attack. It will get through several shots, aiming at various enemies and then end with a single powerful laser. It does this on the stage twice.

Can't be called in the following stages:
Mute City SNES, Suzaku Castle

#650 Chespin

Name: Chespin

First Appearance: Pokémon X & Y (2013)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When sent out of its PokéBall, Chespin will shoot out various seeds around it which will explode when hitting the ground. It will do this several times before disappearing

Can't be called in the following stages:
Distant Planet

#653 Fennekin

Name: Fennekin

First Appearance: Pokémon X & Y (2013)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When sent out, Fennekin will use the move Incinerate on a foe, which will do damage, then hit and do a bit more damage

Can't be called in the following stages:
Distant Planet

#661 Fletchling

Name: Fletchling

First Appearance: Pokémon X & Y (2013)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When released from a PokéBall, Fletchling hops around the stage and will peck any nearby enemy.

Can't be called in the following stages:
Suzaku Castle

#665 Spewpa

Name: Spewpa

First Appearance: Pokémon X & Y (2013)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When released from a PokéBall, Spewpa stands still but if hit, it will jump up and create a small powder which will damage nearby enemies and stun them for a second.

#673 Gogoat

Name: Gogoat

First Appearance: Pokémon X & Y (2013)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Gogoat retains its feature from previous Pokémon games. When sent out, it will start charging across the stage, damaging opponents. However, the player that summoned it can ride on Gogoat's bax.

Can't be called in the following stages:
Mute City SNES, Tortimer Island

#684 Swirlix

Name: Swirlix

First Appearance: Pokémon X & Y (2013)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
Swirlix has a unique feature in that it releases its Sweet Veil. While an enemy is caught in the Sweet Veil it releases, they move much slower than usual.

Can't be called in the following stages:
3D Land

#686 Inkay

Name: Inkay

First Appearance: Pokémon X & Y (2013)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When sent out, Inkay uses its move, Topsy-Turvy, to knock nearby players over, leaving them open to damage.

Can't be called in the following stages:
3D Land, Gaur Plains

#702 Dedenne

Name: Dedenne

First Appearance: Pokémon X & Y (2013)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When sent out, Dedenne uses Nuzzle to bring out a wave of electric damage around it which will damage all opponents within range

Can't be called in the following stages:
Distant Planet, Yoshi's Island

#716 Xerneas

Name: Xerneas

First Appearance: Pokémon X & Y (2013)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When sent out, Xerneas uses the move Geomancy. When it uses the move, it powers up all the players, and especially the player that release it, so they can launch other players more easily

Can't be called in the following stages:
Arena Ferox, Balloon Fight, Brinstar, Corneria, Distant Planet, Dream Land GB, Duck Hunt, Find Mii, Golden Plains, Jungle Japes, Living Room, Magicant, Onett, Pac-Land, Peach's Castle, PictoChat 2, Reset Bomb Forest, Spirit Train, Super Mario Maker, Suzaku Castle, Tomodachi Life, Tortimer Island, Wario Ware Inc., Wrecking Crew, Yoshi's Island

#760 Bewear

Name: Bewear

First Appearance: Pokémon Sun & Moon (2016)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When Bewear is sent out, it will roam the stage looking for an opponent. When it finds one, it uses Sky Uppercut and blasts them off

#771 Pyukumuku

Name: Pyukumuku

First Appearance: Pokémon Sun & Moon (2016)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When Pyukumuku is sent out, it typically sits idle until it is hit from an attack. When it's hit, it will do damage to the attacker. It also will sometimes stretch its fist out and bang it against the floor. Pyukumuku can also be picked up and thrown as a weapon

#777 Togedemaru

Name: Togedemaru

First Appearance: Pokémon Sun & Moon (2016)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When Togedemaru is sent out, it uses its Zing Zap to unleash a large amount of electricity around it, damaging all nearby enemies. It does this twice before disappearing

#778 Mimikyu

Name: Mimikyu

First Appearance: Pokémon Sun & Moon (2016)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: No
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When Mimikyu is sent out, it will use Shadow Claw to grab an opponent under its rag and then will do significant damage before throwing it out

#785 Tapu Koko

Name: Tapu Koko

First Appearance: Pokémon Sun & Moon (2016)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When Tapu Koko is sent out, it starts doing a native dance and then uses Discharge to do significant damage to nearb opponents

#791 Solgaleo

Name: Solgaleo

First Appearance: Pokémon Sun & Moon (2016)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When Solgaleo is sent out, it jumps up in the air and targets down opponents with a Sunsteel Strike. It will charge along the stage damaging anything in its path.

Can't be called in the following stages:
Green Greens, Luigi's Mansion, Tomodachi Life, Wuhu Island

#792 Lunala

Name: Lunala

First Appearance: Pokémon Sun & Moon (2016)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When Lunala is summoned, it will fly into the background and target one of the opponents with its Moongeist Beam attack. It will then scroll through the stage doing this two more times

Can't be called in the following stages:
3D Land, 75 m, Balloon Fight, Brinstar Depths, Delfino Plaza, Dracula's Castle, Dream Land, Dream Land GB, Duck Hunt, Flat Zone X, Frigate Orpheon, Gamer, Golden Plains, Green Hill Zone, Hanenbow, Luigi's Mansion, Mario Bros., Mementos, Midgar, Mushroom Kingdom II, Mushroomy Kingdom, Mute City SNES, New Donk City Hall, New Pork City, Norfair, Onett, Pac-Land, Palutena's Temple, Paper Mario, PictoChat 2, Prism Tower, Rainbow Cruise, Shadow Moses Island, Summit, Super Happy Tree, Super Mario Maker, Temple, The Great Cave Offensive, Tomodachi Life, Umbra Clock Tower, Wario Ware Inc., Wii Fit Studio, Wrecking Crew, Yoshi's Island

#802 Marshadow

Name: Marshadow

First Appearance: Pokémon Sun & Moon (2016)

PokéBall: Yes
Master Ball: Yes
Unlocked by: Beginning.

Details
When released from the Poké Ball, Marshadow retreats into the shadows around an opponent. After a short time, it uses Spectral Thief to daze them and then charges up a punch to do significant damage. It repeats this three times

Can't be called in the following stages:
Big Blue, Brinstar, Brinstar Depths, Corneria, Delfino Plaza, Figure-8 Circuit, Garden of Hope, Gaur Plains, Great Bay, Green Hill Zone, Halberd, Kongo Falls, Kongo Jungle, Living Room, Lylat Cruise, Magicant, Mementos, Mute City SNES, New Donk City Hall, New Pork City, Onett, Pac-Land, Palutena's Temple, Paper Mario, Peach's Castle, PictoChat 2, Pilotwings, Pirate Ship, Pokemon Stadium, Pokemon Stadium 2, Princess Peach's Castle, Rainbow Cruise, Reset Bomb Forest, Spirit Train, Summit, Super Happy Tree, Temple, The Great Cave Offensive, Tortimer Island, Venom, Wario Ware Inc., Windy Hill Zone, Wuhu Island, Yoshi's Island, Yoshi's Story

 
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