I've been playing around with the pokemon fusion generator to come up with fun monster ideas. Enjoy this horrifying monster, Gyarabell!
I’m excited for the new pokemon games, Sword and Shield! Since I’m kind of the D&D pokemon person, I figured I’d make some early stats for the starters. Which starter are you most excited for?
The Johto pokedex for D&D 5e is now here!
I hope you enjoy the all of the pokemon from the Gold and Silver games, which were my favorite!
I applied more of my monster creation knowledge to these pokemon, but beware! They haven't been tested in the field yet. There may be some unintentional imbalances, so just look them over before you use them in your 5th edition D&D game. I also tried to cover a wide variety of CRs for the pokemon, so don't expect them to be as strong or weak as they were in the games!
I also made these stat blocks a different way than the Kanto pokedex, so if you see something wrong, let me know and I can easily fix it! You can give me a shout on twitter @pirategonzalez.
Thanks for checking the pokemon out! If you enjoyed this, please consider checking out my Kickstarter for 5e, the Archive of Magic Items! It's a collection of 350+ unique, interesting items for your 5e game.
Gotta Catch ‘Em All!
(You can download a consolidated PDF of the pokedex here.)
The Johto pokedex for 5E will be coming soon!
Ages ago I created the Kanto pokedex, a book containing the stats of the original 151 pokemon for D&D 5e.
After the success of the Kanto pokedex, I’d received inquiries about doing a johto pokedex. At the time, I wasn’t able to do a new pokedex. The time commitment was too large, and I wanted to work on some other projects first (cough cough, Archive of Magic Items).
Well, it has now been long enough, and the Johto pokedex is almost ready to debut!
I’m excited about this version, because I’ve learned a lot about monster creation since the original Kanto pokedex. Many of the pokemon I stated were very powerful or imbalanced. I’ve applied what I’ve learned since then, and you should see a more balanced array of pokemon. Don’t get me wrong, there are still going to be some outliers, but since I’m not going to playtest each pokemon, we’ll have to live with that. Feel free to let me know if you see anything significant though!
Here are some previews from the pokedex! If you’re interested in when the full pokedex releases, follow me for updates!
Click here if you want to see the Kanto pokedex.
Gotta Catch ‘Em All!