Boxaby Line

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The Boxaby Line encompasses Boxaby and Kangspar, which were released on the 22nd of April 2017 and are Exclusive Pokémon.

Obtaining

Boxaby Eggs can be bought from the Tournament Shop using Tournament Tokens. After the first egg is purchased, additional eggs can be purchased for 80 Gold Poké. They currently cost 1 Tournament Token (Ruby).pngRuby Token to unlock.

Event

The Boxaby Line was one of 4 Exclusive Pokémon lines to be added along with the Weekly Tournaments feature in Season 3.

Evolution Tree

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Pokémon Info

Egg

Boxaby Egg

A dark brown Egg with a light brown patch and a white bottom. The shell is rough to the touch.

Steps: 5,120

Boxaby

Boxaby
Shiny Boxaby
Albino Boxaby
Melanistic Boxaby

From birth, these Pokémon are constantly seeking out tough opponents to spar with. They use their tails to attack.

Types: Type Rock.png Type Fighting.png
Genders: 1 Male to 1 Female
EXP group: Medium-Fast (1,000,000)
Egg group: Monster / Field
Colour: Brown / Brown
Body style: Bipedal Tailed
HP
40
Attack
90
Defence
50
Special Attack
50
Special Defence
50
Speed
70
Total
350

Name origin: A combination of the words boxing and wallaby.

Kangspar

Kangspar
Shiny Kangspar
Albino Kangspar
Melanistic Kangspar

Kangspar only fight opponents that they feel are worth the effort. Their powerful tails and fast punches can crush the rocky exterior of a Graveler.

Types: Type Rock.png Type Fighting.png
Genders: 1 Male to 1 Female
EXP group: Medium-Fast (1,000,000)
Egg group: Monster / Field
Colour: Brown / Brown
Body style: Bipedal Tailed
HP
65
Attack
130
Defence
60
Special Attack
100
Special Defence
60
Speed
100
Total
515

Name origin: A combination of kangaroo and spar.