This Pokémon player has achieved an incredible feat of dedication and composure: they've trained every single Pokémon to level 100, all by themselves, over a four year stint.
Hats off to you, Reddit user Freddichio. Dissatisfied with the task of merely catching all 893 species of Pokémon, they chose to train their 'mons to the maximum level, including every evolution stage of every Pokémon. In addition, they also snapped up every form of Pokémon, like Rotom, Deerling, Vivillon, and Alcremie. There are nine forms of the latter Fairy type Pokémon, which are unlocked depending on which direction that the player spins on the spot, how many seconds they spin on the spot, and the time of day in the game. Furthermore, there are seven different sweets that adorn Alcremie, bringing the actual total number of forms to 63 if you count their different decorations. Phew.
"I have all sizes of Pumpkaboo and Authentic/Counterfeit Sinistea," continued Freddichio. The Black Tea Pokémon from the Glimwood Tangle actually has a very rare form which appears only in the wild, where the teacup or teapot has an authenticity stamp on the underside. The Antique form doesn't breed down, and so it's more likely than not that you've got the Counterfeit form of Sinistea than the real one. It's this level of detail that the player had to adhere to in order to confidently claim that they're the very best, like no-one ever was.
"Pretty much all these pokemon have been caught/trained/bred by me, including mythicals," they said, and added proof in a short video scrolling through their boxes in Pokémon HOME. "Mythical pokemon I've missed or just not had the inclination to get (Meltan & Melmetal) I've got with proof of authenticity on r/Pokemonexchange. I played through Alpha Sapphire four times in rapid succession just to get enough Deoxys!" Be sure to keep that Pokémon HOME subscription active, as it would be very unfortunate for those boxes to go kaput.
One player questioned how it's possible that Freddichio has caught every single form of Pokémon, when there are approximately four billion forms of Spinda. Freddichio replied: "Napkin maths put the cost of enough of enough Poke Bank one-year subscriptions for all Spinda forms at around $750 million. You get the collection and pay, and I'll train them - but I exclude Spinda from any reasonable formdex." Fair dos.
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