Pokémon are not a single race, but rather a varied and diverse collection of various "pocket monsters" from the popular video game series (and associated media) of the same name. Pokémon come with elemental affinities, learn moves from mundane to the overtly magical, and are (usually) captured by human trainers and stored in small balls for use in battle. There are non-combat applications, and settings where pokémon are not dependent on human masters, but that's not the focus of the main series.
For specific information on any specific pokémon species (or any of the games, or anything else) there's an entire wiki on the subject, linked below.
- Main article: Category:Pokémon Quests
So many, they have their own category!
Especially notable is Pokeday, when a large number of pokémon related quests appeared on the board en masse.
|Races and Species|
Generic: Bugfolk | Catfolk | Demon / Devil | Dragon | Dwarf | Elf | Gnoll | Goblin | Grue | Halfling | Human | Illithid | Kobold | Lizardfolk | Mimic | Mimiga | Ogre | Orc | Pokémon | Ratfolk | Slime | Tonberry
Original: Amtsvane | Arid | Astranian | Blockhead | Bubble Dragon | Chameleon | Clockwork | Cobble | Cremate | Doobie | Engsami | Golden | Gour | Hat'kal | Indahl | Kiln | Krobin | Ktullis | Lazurek | Leferran | Lohrke | Mok | Nedynvor | Neumono | Nevrean | Odd | Ophian | Qal | Ravian | Salazzarine | Scellor | Sergal | Sheepfolk | Shocker Crab | Silirw (Cyral/Enial) | Strawman | Talyxian | Tozol | Vidder | Volto