When these Pokemon are around, hold on tight to your things.
People everywhere have heard of the Pokemon series. In these fun games, you train a team of powerful Pokémon and lead them to win, unless you’re playing a spin-off game. Some of these Pokemon, though, aren’t here for the excitement of fights. They are not here to help you.
Even though it sounds strange, a lot of Pokemon make a living by lying, cheating, and stealing. Even the meanest thief can become the nicest friend if you give them enough Friendship points. But if that doesn’t happen, here are the Pokemon we think are the most likely to steal your stuff.
Don’t think that Bombirdier is the stork that will bring you luck. Bombirdier is a troublemaker. Bombirdier is a Pokemon that was introduced in Scarlet and Violet. It is a Dark-type Pokemon that likes to drop things. So, they are called Item Drop Pokemon. But how does Bombirdier get all of this stuff?
If the things Bombirdier uses don’t come from nature, couldn’t they come from trainers who don’t know about them? Imagine having a lunch and trying to eat your sandwich when a Bombirdier comes along and steals your food. You thought it was dangerous in Area Zero.
Combee may not look like a normal thief, but don’t let that fool you. This Tiny Bee Pokemon will do anything to please Vespiquen, the queen bee. Combee first showed up in Generation 4, and it’s easy to see where it got its idea from. They are hard workers, to put it simply.
Even though this busy bee usually gathers juice from flowers, there’s no reason to think it won’t also gather honey that’s already been made. If they do, and a Combee is buzzing toward you, you might want to put your honey somewhere safe.
Every bad group needs to move out of the way, because Cramorant is here to steal your Pokemon. They’ll do it all in one fell swoop. Cramorant first appeared in Generation 8. It is a Water and Flying type that can change into one of two forms based on how much strength it has left.
During these forms, which are called “Gulping Forms” and “Gorging Forms,” a Cramorant will have either an Arrokuda or a Pikachu stuck in its mouth. Yes, a Cramorant will try to squeeze another live thing into its beak. Who needs Team Rocket to steal Pokemon when Cramorant can do it all by itself?
You don’t think Rattata is a big danger, do you? Don’t give up. Even though this rat might seem like an easy way for your new starter Pokemon to get EXP, their Pokedex records say otherwise. Many people say that if you see one Rattata, you’ll soon see a whole army of them.
Rattatas can easily have babies, build homes, and eat anything they can find. They can also sometimes get into houses, where they steal all the food they can get their paws on. If you see a Rattata in your kitchen, you should call someone who knows how to catch them.
Many of the Pokemon on this list would steal your lunch if they could. But there is one Mon who would do more than just take lunch. Munchlax will not only steal your lunch, but also your breakfast, dinner, dessert, and even your midnight snack.
Munchlax loves to eat more than any other pig. It’s not surprising that they’ll take advantage of a chance to get food. Munchlax will sometimes think that things are food and eat them.
Make sure you’re not wearing anything shiny or sparkly if you see a Murkrow. Why? Because Murkrow will come and steal it. Murkrow is known as the “Darkness Pokemon” because it is a thief and a sign of bad luck.
Several articles in the Pokedex say that Murkrow will take anything that shines. They will not only steal from people who don’t know it, but also from other Pokemon. So, if you see a Murkrow flying toward you, you should quickly hide all your shiny treasures.
Drifloon is possibly the most scary Pokemon that will steal your stuff. Mainly because the “stuff” Drifloon is known for stealing is people. Drifloon was first seen in Diamond and Pearl. It looks like a purple balloon and seems innocent. But several Pokedex records say otherwise, saying that people have gone missing because of Drifloon.
Even though this is scary, other stories say that Drifloon is too weak to carry anything away. But if you meet a strong Drifloon, keep an eye on your belongings and the people you care about.
In many of Sneasel’s Pokedex articles, it is said that it is sneaky, tricksy, and has sharp claws. People have also said that they steal eggs. Yes, this Pokemon will scratch you until it hurts, and then, while you are busy, it will run away with all your eggs.
And what do they do with these future Pokemon that haven’t hatched yet? Sneasel eats them, though. Yes, they do; they eat them. It’s not surprising that many Pokemon owners don’t like Sneasel and think they are dangerous hunters who shouldn’t be trusted.
The Pokemon team was very smart to name their Devious Pokemon Purrloin. The word “purloin” means “steal,” so it was a good choice. Purrloin is a cat-like Pokemon that came out in Skibidi Toilet. As its name suggests, it likes to steal things. This ‘Mon is mentioned in the Pokédex record.
In the description of Purrloin, it says that these cats use how cute they look to get away with any crime. And usually, that crime is taking things from people who don’t know what’s going on. So no matter what you do, don’t let a Purrloin’s cuteness fool you.
This list was made to include Thievul. People call them “Fox Pokemon,” but they should be called “Thief Pokemon” or “Steal Your Stuff Pokemon.” Thievul is a skilled thief, according to their Pokedex entry. If they see something they want to steal from a person, they will mark them and then find them.
Thievul is a thief in every way. You shouldn’t give this sneaky fox anything, whether it’s your cash, your lunch, or a bunch of small things.