Alomomola (Unova Pokédex. It is a Water-Type, and it is known as the Caring Pokémon.) is the 100th Pokémon in the
Alomomola can have one of two Abilities: Healer, which has a 30% chance of healing itself or an Allied Pokémon from a Status Condition if itself or an Allied Pokémon are afflicted by one; or Hydration, which heals its Status problems whilst it is raining. Its Hidden Ability is Regenerator, which restores up to one-third of its Maximum HP each time it is switched out of a battle.
Alomomola doesn't evolve and doesn't have a pre-evolved form.
Alomomola takes on the appearance of a pink, heart-shaped fish with dorsal and ventral fins that are hand-shaped.
Alomomola doesn't have any differences to differentiate between male and female.
Alomomola appears at Routes 4, 17, 18, Driftveil City, and the P2 Laboratory by Surfing over a Shaking Spot in Black and White. In Black 2 and White 2, Alomomola can appear at Routes 4, 17, 18, 21, P2 Laboratory, Virbank City, and Outside the Virbank Complex.
In Pokémon X and Y, Alomomola can be caught in the wild at Shalour City and Azure Bay by fishing with the Super Rod. In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, it can be caught at Route 122, Route 124 and Routes 126-134 by using the DexNav feature of the PokéNav Plus, after the defeat or capture of Groudon or Kyogre.
Alomomola appears at Sea Song Beach in the Cove Area in PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond. To befriend it you'll have to defeat it in a Tag Race.
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Alomomola is listed in the 2011 McDonalds Promo, and as an Uncommon Card & a Rare Card in the Black&White set.
Wild Alomomola appear in a few different episodes, starting with In The Shadow of Zekrom!.
Wild Alomomola appear in both versions of Pokémon Movie 14.
Alomomola's Manga Information is unknown as of writing.
In Generation VI, Alomomola resides in the RarelyUsed (RU) tier of competitive battling. Alomomola is one of the tier's best mixed walls with its ridiculously high HP stat, high defense, and great typing. It also has a great defensive ability in Regenerator and Wish to keep itself healthy and provide other Pokémon with recovery if needed. These traits allow it to check a number of threats, such as Sneasel, Flygon, and Mega Glalie. However, Alomomola suffers from having horrible offensive prowess, having to rely on Scald burns and Knock Off to do any sort of damage while being easy set-up bait for other Pokémon. It also faces competition from Jellicent and Slowking for a bulky water role, although Alomomola has Wish and higher physical defense than both of them.
Alomomola is also a usable option in the Underused (UU), Overused (OU), and Uber tiers competitive battling. In UU and OU, Alomomola's massive HP and good defense allows it to act as a mixed wall by being able to invest heavily in its poor Special Defense. Alomomola's massive Wishes can support a team very well while Regenerator allows for it to act as a defensive pivot. While Alomomola faces competition in UU and OU for a bulky water role, its distinctive traits in high physical defense and big Wishes allow it to maintain a niche in those tiers. In Ubers, Alomomola is a dedicated physical wall as it cannot tank most of the special attacks in the Uber tier. It can check Pokémon like Ho-oh and provide Wish support, and unlike many of the other Wish supporters in the tier, it focuses primarily on checking physical attackers. In all three tiers, Alomomola's greatest flaw is its utter lack of offensive prowess, being easy set-up, Taunt, or Substitute bait.