All the Information you Need

Compare a Pokémon's moves side-by-side with the rest of its evolutionary family - including Egg and version-exclusive moves from all the games.


Don't know how an attack, item, or ability works? Consult Pocket Monstrosity's Indexes for precise definitions explaining their effects in-depth. Contest move details from Hoenn and Sinnoh are also available.

Monster Analysis

Pocket Monstrosity also has a tumblr blog where you can read the author's notes and observations on battle strategies for select Pokémon. Your feedback can build upon the blog!

April 29, 2012

Testing out new template style

Don't be shocked at the strange appearance of the blog right now. I'm trying to see if I can give it a nicer look and am having to tinker around with some HTML coding. Until I figure it out, there will be a lot of placeholders unrelated to this blog.

April 1, 2012

Project Notes: Update Delays

There's a little backtracking I need to do before updates will be ready, so hang tight for a little longer, everyone.

The biggest issue is the format of the Pokédex pages, but it's not really something you will drastically notice. Sad to say, for some reason I never used actual tables in Microsoft Word when creating the pages. Instead, like an idiot I placed a bunch of loose textboxes everywhere to act as tables, but the end result was never that great - not all the boxes lined up right, all the type sprites had to be manually scooted around, and my computer overall (being an old one) was choking to keep up with my demands. For the life of me I can't remember what was going through my head.

So, in short, I'm using actual tables instead of text boxes to sort all the information. Problem is, this is going to take a while to copy over all the data, as once more I have to manually punch in all the information. The result will be very minor, but it may lower the filesize of each Pokédex entry.