What is the Pocket Monstrosity Dex?

The Pocket Monstrosity Project (PMP) plans to offer FREE information regarding the mainstream Pokémon games (currently Black/White and Black 2/White 2). Whether you want to be a serious breeder or just want to reference an evolutionary family’s moves, the PMP has it all. The project does not intend to replace popular Internet sites like Serebii, Psypokes, or Bulbapedia. Rather, it offers alternate sources for when outside of the Internet.

What “Alternate” sources are offered through Pocket Monstrosity?

Pocket Monstrosity’s biggest feature at the moment is a printable guide for Pokémon Black/White and Black 2/White 2 versions. This includes in-depth information on abilities, berries, items, etc. and the Pokémon themselves with Level-Up moves, Egg moves, moves exclusive to older generations, and locations to catch them. All guides are in PDF format and fit on the standard 8.5” x 11” page. The best part of Pocket Monstrosity’s guides is that you only have to print out what you need. Your guidebook is as big as you want it!

Pocket Monstrosity also strives to offer an interactive Flash file detailing breeding chains, but that is currently only in the developmental stage.

Why even bother creating a printable guide when I can use the Internet so easily?

I believe that some people love and simply must have the feeling of paper in their hands. I used to reference Nintendo's "Ultimate National Pokédex" for Diamond and Pearl versions for as long as I could. It had everything I needed to know from every region - Kanto, Johto, and Hoenn as well as Sinnoh. However, the more games were released, the more I started to notice official guidebooks were lagging in information. Today’s official guidebooks skimp out on where to catch each Pokémon. If you bought a guidebook for Black or White version, you will never find a list detailing attacks each Pokémon only learns in HeartGold and SoulSilver. It may not sound like a big deal, but this information can be crucial for those trying to get their perfect Pokémon as quickly and efficiently as possible. It is my goal to provide what official guidebooks lack.

Is there any way I can help with this project?

If you spot any typos or missing information, please email me at pocketmonstrositygen5@gmail.com. I have to create each page by hand, so odds are I will mess up somewhere.

Most important of all, let me know what you think as this project evolves! Your feedback will greatly help me improve upon the PMP as well as keep confidence to continue working on it. If you like and enjoy what I have to offer, let others know of it! Knowing that other people are happy to use my guide and anxiously await more is the best support you can give me.