Spreadsheet made by Khalid
How to use this sheet:
Pokemon are sorted by their Galar Dex number, with only the final evolutionary stage. NFEs are included if they are relevant.
Horizontally, you can see the stats and things a Pokemon can do, such as speed control or disruption.
This sheet is aimed to be an aid for VGC players to find the best Pokemon to suit their teams, regardless of popularity or percieved viability of the Pokemon.
However, please note that a Pokemon with more columns checked does not mean it is a better Pokemon. Different Pokemon can fill different roles and needs, and that is up to you, the team builder, to decide what is best for your team.
The sheet is based on what is currently available. Some Pokemon may learn new moves or have their hidden abilities available through a future event or through the release of Pokemon Home. Those will be updated accordingly once made legal.
How do I filter Pokemon by type?
First edit the empty cell next to the “Filter:” cell at the top of the typings columns with the type you want to filter to. Then, hit the filter icon below it and click on OK. The sheet will update to filter to only what you have typed in.
How do I filter Pokemon by ability?
First edit the empty cell next to the “Filter:” cell at the top of the ability columns with the type you want to filter to. Then, hit the filter icon below it and click on OK. The sheet will update to filter to only what you have typed in.
How can I filter rows based on what columns are checked?
First you need to make your own copy of this sheet. To do that, you have two options:
If you have a Google account, you can go to “File” -> “Make a copy” to make a copy of this sheet and apply the filters as you want on the column labels in the 2nd row.
If you have Microsoft Excel, OpenOffice Calc, or a similar application to open spreadsheets, you can simply download the sheet, and apply the filters as you want on the column labels in the 2nd row. Please note that I did not test this spreadsheet on these applications and your results may vary.
I found an error! What should I do?
Tweet or DM me on Twitter – KhalidVGC.
|HP||The Pokemon's Base HP. Lower is red, higher is green.|
|Attack||The Pokemon's Base Attack. Lower is red, higher is green.|
|Defense||The Pokemon's Base Defense. Lower is red, higher is green.|
|S. Attack||The Pokemon's Base Special Attack. Lower is red, higher is green.|
|S. Defense||The Pokemon's Base Special Defense. Lower is red, higher is green.|
|Speed||The Pokemon's Base Speed. Lower is red, higher is green.|
|Total||The Pokemon's Base Stat Total.|
|Speed Stat||Speed stat calculations based on the IV, EV, and Nature of the Pokemon|
|Minimum||The Pokemon's final Speed stat assuming zero EV and IV, with a Speed-reducing Nature.|
|No EV Neutral||The Pokemon's final Speed stat assuming zero EV, max IV, with a Speed-neutral Nature.|
|252 EV Neutral||The Pokemon's final Speed stat assuming max EV, max IV, with a Speed-netural Nature.|
|Maximum||The Pokemon's final Speed stat assuming max EV, max IV, with a Speed-boosting Nature.|
|Self||Attributes that are inherent to the Pokemon itself or benefit itself|
|Gigantamax||The Pokemon has a Gigantamax form|
|Heal Self||Pokemon can learn moves that can heal 50% of its HP (Recover, Roost, Morning Sun, etc.)|
|Intimid. Block||Pokemon is immune to Intimidate through its ability.|
|Attack Boost||Pokemon can learn Swords Dance, Coil, Dragon Dance, Bulk Up, or Belly Drum.|
|Curse (Boost)||Pokemon can learn Curse and is not a Ghost type.|
|S. Attack Boost||Pokemon can learn Nasty Plot, Calm Mind, Quiver Dance, or Tail Glow|
|Team Support||Moves that mainly support the team|
|Ally Switch||Pokemon can learn Ally Switch|
|Heal Partner||Pokemon can learn Heal Pulse or Pollen Puff|
|Life Dew||Pokemon can learn Life Dew|
|Helping Hand||Pokemon can learn Helping Hand|
|Redirection||Pokemon can learn Rage Powder or Follow Me|
|Attack + Switch||Pokemon can learn Volt Switch, U-Turn, or Parting Shot|
|Quick Guard||Pokemon can learn Quick Guard|
|Wide Guard||Pokemon can learn Wide Guard|
|Disruption||Various moves that can generally weaken the opposing Pokemon or team|
|Disrupt Ability||Pokemon has a move that can disrupt a target's ability|
|Skill Swap||Pokemon can learn Skill Swap|
|Fake Out||Pokemon can learn Fake Out|
|Feint||Pokemon can learn Feint|
|Knock Off||Pokemon can learn Knock Off|
|Item Swap||Pokemon can learn Trick or Switcheroo.|
|Haze||Pokemon can learn Haze.|
|Clear Smog||Pokemon can learn Clear Smog|
|Phaze||Pokemon can learn Roar, Whirlwind, Circle Throw, or Dragon Tail|
|Perish Song||Pokemon can learn Perish Song|
|Reliable Sleep||Pokemon is able to inflict Sleep with >90% accuracy.|
|Breaking Swipe||Pokemon can learn Breaking Swipe|
|S. Atk Drop||Pokemon can learn Snarl or Struggle Bug|
|Type Change||Pokemon can learn a move that makes the target change or gain a typing|
|Taunt||Pokemon can learn Taunt|
|Will-O-Wisp||Pokemon can learn Will-O-Wisp|
|Speed Control||Moves that can affect the turn order of the battle|
|Bulldoze||Pokemon can learn Bulldoze|
|Icy Wind||Pokemon can learn Icy Wind|
|Electroweb||Pokemon can learn Electroweb|
|Tailwind||Pokemon can learn Tailwind|
|Paralyze||Pokemon can learn Thunder Wave or Glare|
|Trick Room||Pokemon can learn Trick Room|