Brown pokemons can be found almost anywhere, not just in those special woods. But if you want the exact coordinates, you'll have to use a GPS tracker or bait like a Beedrill. In this post, I'll show you everything about brown pokemons and how you can level up your game.
Weedle is a Bug-type Pokémon that evolves into Kakuna and then Beedrill. It's known for its poison stinger on its head, which it will use to inject venom into its enemies. Weedle is based on the larva of a bee or hornet, so you can see why it has a stinger!
Spearow is a small, brown bird with a short beak, large eyes and two long feathers that form its tail. It has three toes on each foot and two sharp claws for feet.
Spearow is known to be very aggressive and always looks for a fight; it will not hesitate to attack anything that moves, even if it is only an insect or another small bird. However, if Spearow can't find any food (such as berries), it will turn to eating the seeds of plants instead of attacking them.
Dodrio is a three-headed bird Pokémon. It has two heads on its shoulders, and a third on its tail. They are always on the move, eating rocks and pebbles to fuel their energy to keep running.
Alakazam is a bipedal, humanoid Pokémon with a spiky yellow and brown body. Its arms are thin, but its legs are powerful. It has a large nose, long pointed ears, and red eyes.
There is a white band circling its neck like a collar, with two thin extensions to the back of it resembling small wings. The hands have three fingers each; the fingertips have short claws.
Alakazam can use both psychic and fighting moves in battle because of its strong mind power—the most powerful among Pokémon!
Arcanine is a Fire-type Pokémon that may be one of the best all-rounders in the game, having high stats in every category. It's also one of the few Pokémon to have a gender difference, with female Arcanine being slightly smaller and more slender than male Arcanine.
Arcanine is known for its speed, strength and stamina; it can run as fast as 60 mph (100 km/h), which is faster than any other land animal on Earth! Its body temperature reaches up to 600 degrees Fahrenheit (315 degrees Celsius).
This makes it useful against ice type Pokémon such as Articuno or Abomasnow because they will melt away when they come into contact with Arcanine's body heat.
Geodude has the appearance of a rock with two arms and feet on the sides of its body, as well as a brown head with two eyes and eyebrows above them. Geodudes are relatively common in the wild (especially in caves), but can also be found inside houses during hiccups.
Geodude's appearance is similar to that of a rock shaped like an anthropomorphic figure; however, this resemblance may be coincidental due to its name being derived from "geode".
Golem, the Rock/Ground-type Pokémon. It's one of the original 151 Pokémon created by Ken Sugimori, first appearing in the first generation games Red and Blue. Golem evolves from Graveler when traded.
Golem's most iconic appearance is probably as a part of Team Rocket's Pokemon in the anime series. In this video, you can see it battling against Ash Ketchum’s Lapras:
The Farfetch'd is the only Normal/Flying type Pokemon. They are 1'04" tall and weigh 6.9 lbs. Farfetch'd are rare and are not found in many places around the world. Their body is covered with brown feathers, except for their beak which is yellow.
Farfetch'd have very sharp claws on their feet, making them dangerous if they try to attack you! It's best to keep your distance from them because they'll use those claws as weapons against you!
Kadabra is a Psychic-type Pokémon that evolves from Abra and is the final form of Alakazam. It has a large, yellow head with a pointed, protruding crest and two long, purple ears.
Kadabra has four fingers on each hand and three toes on each foot. There is a slight difference between male and female Kadabras in that males have larger crests on their heads than females do.
It can emit alpha waves strong enough to induce headaches and hallucinations as well as control people's minds or actions by telepathy if they are within close proximity to it. These powers were so strong that even Pokémon Stadium 2 referred to this move as "Mind Control."
However, using these abilities builds up exhaustion in Kadabra over time until they are rendered unable to use them again for a while after using them too often (which explains why these abilities aren't used frequently).
Primeape is a monkey-like Pokémon that can be found in the wild in tall grass and forests. This Pokémon is mainly of the Fighting-type but can also evolve into a fighting-type mega, who uses its fists to fight with great power.
As a fighter, Primeape has been known to lose its temper very easily and become very angry when this happens. This can cause it to have fits of rage where it goes crazy and attacks anything nearby, even if they are not enemies or threats at all!
In the Pokémon games, Fearow is a large, brown avian Pokémon with an elongated beak and black feathers on its head.
Its eyes are yellow with small black irises, and it has red feet with three toes on each foot. The center toe is longer than the others and bent forward slightly at the tip to act as a hook for gripping prey during flight or perching.
It also has two long tail feathers that are used for flying or balance when standing still but can be used as weapons when irritated to attack other predators by whipping them around at high speeds; this will leave behind bruises that take several days to heal depending on severity of impact caused by these tail feathers (if hit directly).
In the anime, Mankey first appeared in "Primeape Goes Bananas". A Mankey was taking a stroll when it encountered a young boy named Tony. After getting into an argument over who's path was whose, Primeape and its Trainer both tried to battle each other with their Pokémon.
However, neither of them were able to do so because they had never battled before.
In the Pokémon world, Pidgey is a common sight. It is a small brown bird with a pointed crest on its head and a black beak. It has red feet and a white belly.
Staryu is a very active Pokémon, and you'll often see it swimming around in ponds or bodies of water. It has the ability to store solar energy inside its core and use it as fuel for attacks like Swift, which can be used to attack other Pokémon.
Staryu also has the move Rapid Spin, which allows it to clear away any trap moves that have been laid out by an opponent!
Being a Bug/Fighting type, Pinsir is capable of lifting objects 100 times its own weight and tearing through solid concrete with its pincers. It has the unique ability to grip objects with its horns as if they were hands.
Pidgey can be found in Viridian Forest, Route 1, Route 2 and other places with grass.
It can also be caught in the Safari Zone's Bug-Catching Area but only on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Eevee is a mammalian creature that has brown fur and a bushy tail. It is one of the most popular Pokémon in the series and has appeared in many forms of merchandise.
Eevee can be found in the wild by encountering it on the overworld map or by breeding.
The player can use Eevee's evolution stones (Moon Stone, Fire Stone, Thunderstone) to evolve it into its eight hybrid-based evolutions: Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Espeon, Umbreon Leafeon Glaceon Sylveon
Cubone is a small Pokémon that appears to be made of bone. The skull it wears on its head is that of its dead mother, and the skull's jaw can be moved up and down to attack or bite enemies in battle.
Its mother's soul still lingers within the bone helmet, so it will never let go of that bone no matter what happens!
In order to keep its son safe after she dies, this mother trains herself so she can become stronger.
She fights hard every day until one day she becomes so strong that even death cannot stop her from protecting her child forever through sheer force!
Meowth is a Normal-type Pokémon that has a unique ability called Technician. It can be found in the wild in Kanto, Johto and Sinnoh.
It is a quadrupedal, mammalian creature with long, brown fur. Furret has large ears and a bushy tail.
In the anime, it is known to be very energetic and playful; these traits are reflected in its other appearances as well.
Like its pre-evolution, it is bipedal and has a head made out of bone. However, Marowak's skull is larger and more rounded in shape than that of Cubone; it also possesses two large tusks protruding from its upper jaw and a pair of small ones on the lower jaw.
The body is brown with cream colored shaggy fur covering its neck area (which can be removed to reveal a red color underneath).
Marowak's hands are white with three claws on each hand; one thumb claw for each hand and two smaller ones that act as fingers on either side of the thumb claw.Its feet are covered in brown fur as well with three toes each foot that have one claw.
Dragonite is a dragon and flying type Pokémon. It is the final evolution of Dratini, and bears a strong resemblance to the ancient Chinese dragon. Dragonite has a height of 7'03" and a weight of 372.5 lbs. It is known to be very protective of its Trainer, which makes it an excellent choice for competitive battling.
Hitmonchan is a Fighting-type Pokémon. It is a monkey-like Pokémon that wears light purple boxing gloves.
They also have two fighting styles, being able to use both punches and kicks when in battle. Hitmonchan was one of the original 151 Pokémon and has been featured in multiple games since its launch in 1996.
It is known for its triple digging attack and can be found in the wild in Kanto, Johto, Sinnoh, Unova and Kalos regions.
Dugtrio's main way of attacking is through its three heads that it uses to tunnel under the ground and appear behind an opponent. It then unleashes a powerful Sandstorm on them with each head hitting their target simultaneously.
Kabuto is based on the Japanese mythological creature tsuchinoko, which resembles a snake and is sometimes depicted as a turtle. The kanji for its species name literally means "horned head". Its appearance may also be based on an abridged illustration of a trilobite.
Raichu, a bipedal, rodent-like Pokémon with a lightning bolt-shaped tail. Raichu is the evolved form of Pikachu. Its body and cheeks are yellow-orange in coloration with two horizontal brown stripes on either side of its stomach.
It has large circular ears, red eyes, pointed teeth and long whiskers that resemble lightning bolts.
Diglett is a Ground-type Pokémon that has the ability Sand Veil, which increases its evasion in a sandstorm. It evolves into Dugtrio starting at level 26, and it is the pre-evolved form of Dugtrio.
In the anime, Diglett is shown to be friendly towards humans and Pokémon alike; they also enjoy cooking with them.
Diglett's design has been modified several times throughout its history as a Pokémon; however, it has always had a brown body with a yellow head. Most recently in 2019's Pokémon Sword & Shield game series on Nintendo Switch, Diglett was given two new forms: Digletts and Digits (note the capital T).
Vulpix, known in Japan as Rokon, is a fox-like quadruped Pokémon. Vulpix is a Fire-type and the final evolution of Vulpix. It can use its six tails to maintain balance and convey emotions.
Vulpix has six white tails which it can use to create illusions by controlling heat distribution among them.
The flames from its eyes and tail can reach high temperatures; if used in battle, these flames are strong enough to melt boulders or even metal.
Its fur changes color depending on where it lives—its orange pelt helps camouflage it against the sand of deserts or snow of mountains.
Sudowoodo is a tree-like Pokémon that is made entirely of living wood. It has a head, arms and legs, but no eyes, mouth or nose.
Teddiursa is a Normal-type bear Pokémon. It is based on the teddy bear.
It has large, shaggy white hair on its head and arms, as well as a cream-colored snout and belly. Its eyes are large and black with white irises and pupils. There are also two small ears on top of Teddiursa's head.
Hitmontop is a Fighting-type Pokémon. It can use the move Rapid Spin to clear away all Spikes, Toxic Spikes, and Sticky Webs from its side of the field.
Hitmontop can learn False Swipe and Beat Up via Move Tutor in Pokémon HeartGold, SoulSilver, and Ultra Sun, making it one of the few Pokémon that can learn all four non-TM moves.
Shroomish is a Grass-type Pokémon that resembles a mushroom with dark blue and light blue spots. It has the ability Effect Spore, which gives it an increased chance of poisoning the foe if its attack lands.
Seedot is also a Grass-type Pokémon, but it has a different appearance than Shroomish. Instead of having mushroom-like ears and eyes, Seedot is just an acorn with brown leaves on top of it (which makes it look like a pine cone).
Torkoal is a turtle-like Pokémon introduced in Generation III. It's a Fire and Steel dual-type, known for its fire-breathing abilities and hard shell. Torkoal is known to live in volcanic areas, where it can be found resting on top of hot rocks or even near magma pools.
The best way to catch one's during the day when the sun's rays are at their peak—but be careful not to get too close because these guys like to lay down some serious heat!
Shedinja is a Bug/Ghost-type Pokémon. It evolves from Nincada when it evolves at level 20, and the only way to obtain one of these elusive creatures is by hatching them in your Pokémon game or through a Wonder Trade.
Shedinja has been around since the first generation of games, but it's not that popular because it has some pretty bad stats and only learns one move naturally: Wonder Guard.
This ability will protect you from any move that doesn't involve physical contact with an attack, including status ailments and weather effects—and amazingly enough, if you have Shedinja as your partner in Pokémon GO or Let's Go Pikachu/Eevee (which can only be obtained by breeding), they'll always need to be protected by another player on their team as long as they're alive!
Slakoth is a Normal-type Pokémon introduced in Generation III. It evolves into Vigoroth starting at level 18, which evolves into Slaking at level 36. It is the pre-evolved form of Vigoroth.
Slakoth can be found in the Hoenn Safari Zone from Silver to Gold on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays; it also appears as a hidden Pokémon in both Emerald and HeartGold/SoulSilver within the same time frame.
In Emerald's Safari Zone, its chances of appearing are higher than other days (20%). In HeartGold/SoulSilver, Slaking can be encountered in Redwood National Park between 6 AM and 7 PM on Friday nights (but only if you have beaten Mt. Silver).
Seedot's main body color is brown with a green leaf at the end of its tail. Its circular head has big eyes on either side and it has two stubby arms that resemble leaves with small green leaves on top of them in addition to two stubby legs underneath them.
Spinda is a bipedal Pokémon with a round body, green and yellow body, a red and white head and a black tail. It has oval eyes and its arms are thin with three fingers each. They also have small black feet with two toes each.
Bouffalant is a large brown rhinoceros type Pokémon with beige fur covering most of its body except for its face which has tan skin around it's eyes and mouth area which makes it look like smiley face
Monferno was first revealed in CoroCoro on September 12, 2007 where it was shown battling against Ash's Pikachu in Chuang Yi's translation of the issue.
It has since appeared in several episodes of the anime series as well as released several cards for use in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.
The flame on Chimchar's tail is used to create a fire capable of melting boulders. Its body temperature can reach up to 2,200 degrees F (1,200 C), or higher if it's angry.
Its sharp claws and powerful legs let it run as fast as an automobile; in fact, its leg muscles are so strong that they can support it even when hanging upside down from a tree branch.
When under attack by enemies or predators, it quickly lightens its body weight by expelling hot air through its mouth.
It can also spew out flames from its back at any time while running around at full speed like an auto engine firing up without warning after being jostled during driving
Regirock is a Rock-type Pokémon that resides in the Hoenn region's Desert Ruins. It is a member of the Three Regis, along with Regice and Registeel, and is also the trio master of Hoenn's Elite Four.
Regirock takes on the appearance of an enormous gollum-like creature that seems to have been excavated from a mountain. Its body appears to be made out of gray boulders for hands and feet with orange, cubic structures protruding from its knees.
Although it resembles an ancient deity or statue, it can move around with ease despite its massive size (the anime depicts it as being able to walk easily on land). By extension, it also possesses great strength—it has been observed lifting entire buildings without any visible effort whatsoever!
A small, white Pokémon with a brown nose and eyes. It has a single dot in the middle of its body, which it can use to draw pictures in the dirt.
Litleo is a quadruped, feline Pokémon with short legs. Its body is primarily brown with a yellow underside, and its face has long whiskers that are thicker on males than on females.
The male Pyroar's mane is thicker and longer, resembling a lion's mane; the female Litleo has shorter manes than its counterpart. Litleo's tail is ringed with lighter fur and a tuft of fur at the tip of the tail serves as an expressive feature when it is angry or surprised.
If you've ever looked at a lion, you've seen what Pyroar looks like. It's a quadruped Pokémon with white fur that covers the upper half of its body and face, while its lower body and muzzle are black. A mane of long red hair runs down its neck and back; this mane is shaped like a lion's mane.
Its muzzle, chest, and front paws are tan with several black markings on them as well.
This Pokémon has big blue eyes with white sclera and red pupils that glow when it uses moves like Hyper Beam or Flamethrower
Bunnelby is a brown, rabbit-like Pokémon with light brown fur covering its entire body and two small triangular ears that appear to be made of leaves.
On top of each ear are two dark green leaves: one large and pointed leaf at the top; and one smaller, rounder leaf at the bottom.
It has yellow eyes with black pupils, along with small white eyebrows above them; these give Bunnelby a somewhat serious expression when viewed from above or below (but not side-on).
Starly is a small brown bird-like Pokémon. It has large, round eyes and a small beak. It has three tail feathers and two long feathers on its head. Starly can learn the moves Tackle, Growl, Quick Attack and Double Team.
Gogoat is the first grass-type mount in any Pokémon game. Its ability is Grass Pelt, which boosts the HP of its trainer by half an instant when Gogoat's HP falls below 50%.
This can be incredibly useful if you want to take a hit and still have some health left to keep going.
In order for you to ride Gogoat in the wild, press B as you approach him. If successful, he will join your party! You can also purchase one from Professor Juniper's assistant after obtaining all eight badges in Unova.
The species of Sandile is primarily found in deserts and other sandy locations. It is known to burrow through the ground to find food or water, and it will also dig its way into other people's homes if they are hungry enough.
Sandile has a large snout that allows it to breathe underground, and its claws allow it to dig easily with very little effort on their part.
Watchog is a Normal-type Pokémon introduced in Generation V. In order to make the most out of its Keen Eye ability, Watchog will often use Detect or Foresight, making it difficult to sneak up on. If you do manage to get close enough though, it can't hurt to try a False Swipe.
Watchogs are very interesting Pokemon because they aren't actually related at all! Although many people think they're dogs, they are actually based on meerkats (or suricates).
While meerkats live in groups called mobs and sleep in underground burrows, Watchogs prefer living alone or with just one other Watchog. They also have different markings than their real-life counterparts!
Its body is made of swords, with a blue cloth wrapped around its hilt and an orb on the tip of its blade. Honedge are known to take on the shapes of these swords as they move around.
Honedge has no eyes or face, but instead has white markings that resemble a mask on its head, which resembles the hilt of a sword when seen from above. It uses telepathy to communicate with others and can detect and react to sources of negative feelings such as envy or grudges.
They are able to extend their blades outwards and concentrate them into powerful energy beams capable of slicing through thick steel plates.
Krokorok is a bipedal crocodile-like Pokémon with two arms and a long tail that ends in spikes on either end.
It has a dark red body with yellow belly scales, a large mouth with sharp teeth, and small eyes. It lives in deserts and other dry environments like sand dunes.
Its skin allows it to survive extreme heat as well as cold conditions thanks to special blood vessels within them called 'heat exchangers' which are also present within some desert reptiles such as snakes or lizards!
Staravia, the evolved form of Starly, is a Normal/Flying type. It can have the ability Reckless or Swarm. Staravia can learn Brave Bird, Uproar and Wing Attack in Generation IV or V respectively. Staravia can be found in the wild at Routes 5 and 6.
Beheeyem is a Psychic-type Pokémon and the Manipulate Pokémon. It's known for its ability to manipulate its opponent's mind and body. Beheeyem can learn Nasty Plot, Trick Room and Telekinesis.
The Bouffalant is a brown type Pokémon that first appeared in the fifth generation of video games. It is a Normal type with a height of 2.1 meters, and weighs 200 kg.
Its body consists of mainly brown fur with cream colored spots along its back. It has large horns on its head which can be used for ramming into opponents or for digging up trees during mating season.
The long tail serves as an excellent counterweight to prevent bouffalant from using too much energy when running at high speeds, although it does not have any other special abilities related to it otherwise
It appears to be based on a digger, particularly one tasked with digging holes for planting trees in order to prevent soil erosion. In addition, it may also incorporate aspects of rabbits, as its ears and whiskers resemble those of an actual rabbit.
Diggersby may also be based on the Easter Bunny due to its association with springtime and Easter eggs; this association is further supported by the fact that Diggersby's shiny form changes its colors slightly so that they're more reminiscent of chocolate than normal chocolate bunny coloring (although when they're not shiny they're still brown).
Ursaring is a Normal type Pokémon. It is a bear. Ursaring is a bipedal, ursine Pokémon that stands on its hind legs.
It has a thick brown hide with cream-colored fur on its chest and inner ears. The long claws of this Pokémon are powerful enough to easily break through strong trees for food or just for fun.
Stantler is a Normal-type Pokémon. It has the appearance of a stag with antlers and hooves that resemble those of an elk.
Stantler’s horns are said to be able to predict the future, which is why it's known as the “psychic deer” or “mahou shika-chan".
The Japanese name for Stantler, too, has its roots in folklore: "tanuki" refers to Japan's famously shape-shifting raccoon dogs (often portrayed as pranksters).
Staraptor is an extremely fast and powerful flier, with large wings that can carry it for long periods of time without tiring. It has sufficient power to carry an adult human on its back.
It also possesses excellent vision, which allows it to see tiny prey from great heights. Its fierce talons are strong enough to shatter boulders.
In battle, Staraptors have been known to fight viciously despite injuries such as broken wings or split beaks. They will also use their claws to dig up food buried in the ground.
Entei is the Volcano Pokémon, and it's a Fire-type. Entei is also the final form of Misdreavus. Its special ability is Pressure.
Entei is a mythical Pokémon that was introduced in Generation II in Gold, Silver and Crystal games for Nintendo Game Boy Color handheld game consoles. It has been part of many different Pokémon media since its introduction, such as video games, trading cards and other collectibles
Piloswine can learn a wide variety of moves, but it's not the best at any one particular thing. It can use Ice-type moves like Powder Snow or Ice Shard to deal damage, but it's also got access to Body Slam and Earthquake for physical attacks.
Its ability Thick Fat gives it an immunity to Fire Type moves and makes its Normal Types ineffective against Ice types.
Its Hidden Ability is Snow Cloak which raises Piloswine's evasion in hail storms or when it has an ice type partner with you in your party.
Piloswine can be found in the Great Marsh Biome (X & Y), Route 3 (Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire), Route 8 (Sun & Moon).
Vullaby is a dual-type Dark/Flying Pokémon. It is based on a vulture or condor. The Pokémon was designed by Mizue.
Vullaby's name is a combination of the words vulture and lullaby (a song or poem sung to put someone to sleep).
Bibarel's name is a portmanteau of "bib" and "beaver". Its appearance is based on a beaver, but with a shorter tail.
Bibarel is a brown rodent Pokémon. It has a tan, yellow-tipped tail and large incisors that are used for cutting down tree branches. Its feet have four digits each, with two black claws on the front feet and one on the hind feet. Its eyes are black with small pupils, while its ears are round and pink.
Swinub is a Ground-type Pokémon. It has a thick coat of fur that helps it to endure the cold. Swinub is a small, pig-like creature with blue-gray skin. Its snout is short and rounded, and its small ears are rounded as well. Swinub's feet are large and hairy, while its tail ends in an arrowhead shape.
There are two pointed teeth on each side of its upper jaw, but no teeth in its lower jaw.
Swinub can be found in cold areas such as caves or snowy mountain sides during wintertime; however it has been seen in hotter regions as well such as during the spring or summer seasons when there isn't enough food for it to eat elsewhere
With so many options for Pokémon to choose from, it can be hard to decide which ones are really worth your time. However, if you’re looking for some inspiration, we hope this list of brown Pokémon will help! With so many different designs and personalities, there’s bound to be at least one that speaks to you.
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