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Squawkabilly (Japanese: イキリンコ, HepburnIkirinko) is a Normal/Flying-type Pokémon introduced in Generation IX.

Biology[]

Physiology[]

Squakabilly appears to be based after a parrot. It sports a pompadour and a round yellow beak. It's eyes display a lax nature to the pokemon in general, though the Pokemon's actual nature can be anything. It naturally comes in four different colors of plumage, with an extra four colors existing for its shiny variants.

Behavior[]

Similarly to Oricorio, Squawkabilly comes in four different plumages that appear to affect their behavior, although they are known to fight other members of its species with different colored plumages.

They're a noisy bunch, and come in four different colors. They are heavily territorial and have been known to fight for territory against Fletchling, and even other members of their own species of different colors. The Green Squawkabilly are the most numerous, with the blue being second only to green. The yellow are next to last place in number, though they are known to be fierce in battle, which leads to them maintaining their territory well. The White Squawkabilly are of the least amount and hold the least amount of territory. However, the territory they do have they maintain well due to their white color which naturally camouflages them among the buildings.

Due to the dangers of Tinkaton in Paldea, Squwakabilly is used instead of Corviknight as Flying Taxis, with four of them being used to carry a taxi around.

Natural Abilities[]

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Evolution[]

Game Info[]

Locations[]

Locations
Version(s) Area(s) Rarity

Pokédex entries[]

  • Scarlet

    Green Plumage: These Pokémon prefer to live in cities. They form flocks based on the color of their feathers, and they fight over territory.
    Blue Plumage: The largest of their flocks can contain more than 50 individuals. They fly around towns and forests, searching for food and making a racket.
    Yellow Plumage: These Squawkabilly are hotheaded, and their fighting style is vicious. They'll leap within reach of their foes to engage in close combat.
    White Plumage: This Pokémon dislikes being alone. It has a strong sense of community and survives by cooperating with allies.

  • Violet

    Green Plumage: Green-feathered flocks hold the most sway. When they're out searching for food in the mornings and evenings, it gets very noisy.
    Blue Plumage: Blue-feathered Squawkabilly view their green-feathered counterparts as rivals, since the latter make up the largest, most powerful groups.
    Yellow Plumage: The yellow Squawkabilly are especially fierce. They've even been known to drive other bird Pokémon out of town.
    White Plumage: Though these Squawkabilly are the fewest in number, they have no trouble living in towns since they blend in with the white buildings.


Stats[]

Stats
HP
82
Attack
96
Defense
51
Sp. Atk
45
Sp. Def
51
Speed
92
Total
417

Learnset[]

Leveling[]

Generation IX
Level Move Type Category Power Accuracy PP
1 Growl Type Normal Status - 100% 40
1 Peck Type Flying Physical 35 100% 35
1 Mimic Type Normal Status - -% 10
6 Quick Attack Type Normal Physical 40 100% 30
10 Torment Type Dark Status - 100% 15
13 Aerial Ace Type Flying Physical 60 -% 20
17 Fury Attack Type Normal Physical 15 85% 20
20 Taunt Type Dark Status - 100% 20
24 Uproar Type Normal Special 90 100% 10
27 Copycat Type Normal Status - -% 20
30 Fly Type Flying Physical 90 95% 15
34 Facade Type Normal Physical 70 100% 20
38 Swagger Type Normal Status - 85% 15
42 Brave Bird Type Flying Physical 120 100% 15
47 Roost Type Flying Status - -% 5
52 Reversal Type Fighting Physical - 100% 15
Bold indicates that this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates that an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

TM[]

Generation IX
Machine Move Type Category Power Accuracy PP
TM001 Take Down Type Normal Physical 90 85% 20
TM003 Fake Tears Type Dark Status - 100% 20
TM006 Scary Face Type Normal Status - 100% 10
TM007 Protect Type Normal Status - -% 10
TM018 Thief Type Dark Physical 60 100% 25
TM021 Pounce Type Bug Physical 50 100% 20
TM025 Facade Type Normal Physical 70 100% 20
TM027 Aerial Ace Type Flying Physical 60 -% 20
TM040 Air Cutter Type Flying Special 60 95% 25
TM047 Endure Type Normal Status - -% 10
TM049 Sunny Day Type Fire Status - -% 5
TM060 U-turn Type Bug Physical 70 100% 20
TM062 Foul Play Type Dark Physical 95 100% 15
TM065 Air Slash Type Flying Special 75 95% 15
TM070 Sleep Talk Type Normal Status - -% 10
TM085 Rest Type Psychic Status - -% 5
TM087 Taunt Type Dark Status - 100% 20
TM097 Fly Type Flying Physical 90 95% 15
TM103 Substitute Type Normal Status - -% 10
TM113 Tailwind Type Flying Status - -% 15
TM117 Hyper Voice Type Normal Special 90 100% 10
TM118 Heat Wave Type Fire Special 95 90% 10
TM130 Helping Hand Type Normal Status - -% 20
TM134 Reversal Type Fighting Physical - 100% 15
TM152 Giga Impact Type Normal Physical 150 90% 5
TM160 Hurricane Type Flying Special 110 70% 10
TM163 Hyper Beam Type Normal Special 150 90% 5
TM164 Brave Bird Type Flying Physical 120 100% 15
TM171 Tera Blast Type Normal Special 80 100% 10
Bold indicates that this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates that an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

Breeding[]

Generation IX
Move Type Category Power Accuracy PP
Double-Edge Type Normal Physical 120 100% 15
Parent Candidates:
Final Gambit Type Fighting Special - 100% 5
Parent Candidates:
Flatter Type Dark Status - 100% 15
Parent Candidates:
Parting Shot Type Dark Status - 100% 20
Parent Candidates:
Bold indicates that this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates that an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
* indicates this move requires chain breeding.
◊ indicates the father must learn this move in a previous generation.
♈ indicates the father must learn this move via TM.

Tutoring[]

Generation IX
Games Move Type Category Power Accuracy PP
Bold indicates that this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates that an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

Sprites[]

    Trivia[]

    • Squawkabilly is similar to Chatot. They are Normal/Flying types associated with music.

    Origin[]

    Squawkabilly is based on a parrot, most likely a monk parakeet which is a common invasive species in Spain. The multiple colors resemble mutations found in many real-world parrots (green-blue-yellow-white). The black feathers on its head resemble a pompadour haircut.

    Etymology[]

    Squawkabilly is a combination of "squawk" and "rockabilly".

    Ikirinko, its Japanese name, is derived from イキり (ikiri, slang for a cocky person) and 鸚哥 (inko, "parrot").

    Gallery[]

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