All Pals in Palworld's Paldeck listed & variations explained

All Pals in Palworld's Paldeck listed & variations explained
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Written by 

Coleman Hamstead

Published 

22nd Jan 2024 09:55

The Palpagos Islands of Palworld are thriving with over 100 different species of Pals, from the adorable Lamball to the fearsome Blazamut.

Every Pal in Palworld is one-of-a-kind, and there are special variations of Pals to uncover, too. So, let's review all the Pals in the game's Paldeck.

All Pals in the Paldeck listed

Some of the Pals in Palworld
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  • Lamball (No. 001)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Cattiva (No. 002)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Chikipi (No. 003)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Lifmunk (No. 004)
  • Element(s): Grass

  • Foxparks (No. 005)
  • Element(s): Fire

  • Fuack (No. 006)
  • Element(s): Water

  • Sparkit (No. 007)
  • Element(s): Electric

  • Tanzee (No. 008)
  • Element(s): Grass

  • Rooby (No. 009)
  • Element(s): Fire

  • Pengullet (No. 010)
  • Element(s): Water/Ice

  • Penking (No. 011)
  • Element(s): Water/Ice 

  • Jolthog (No. 012)
  • Element(s): Electric

  • Jolthog Cryst (No. 012B)
  • Element(s): Ice

  • Gumoss (No. 013)
  • Element(s): Grass/Ground

  • Vixy (No. 014)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Hoocrates (No. 015)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Teafant (No. 016)
  • Element(s): Water

  • Depresso (No. 017)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Cremis (No. 018)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Daedream (No. 019)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Rushoar (No. 020)
  • Element(s): Ground

  • Nox (No. 021)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Fuddler (No. 022)
  • Element(s): Ground

  • Killamari (No. 023)
  • Element(s): N/A

  • Mau (No. 024)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Mau Cryst (No. 024B)
  • Element(s): Ice

  • Celaray (No. 025)
  • Element(s): Water

  • Direhowl (No. 026)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Tocotoco (No. 027)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Flopie (No. 028)
  • Element(s): Grass

  • Mozzarina (No. 029)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Bristla (No. 030)
  • Element(s): Grass

  • Gobfin (No. 031)
  • Element(s): Water

  • Gobfin Ignis (No. 031B)
  • Element(s): Fire

  • Hangyu (No. 032)
  • Element(s): Ground

  • Hangyu Cryst (No. 032B)
  • Element(s): Ice

  • Mossanda (No. 033)
  • Element(s): Grass

  • Mossanda Lux (No. 033B)
  • Element(s): Electric

  • Woolipop (No. 034)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Caprity (No. 035)
  • Element(s): Grass

  • Melpaca (No. 036)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Eikthyrdeer (No. 037)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Eikthyrdeer Terra (No. 037B)
  • Element(s): Ground

  • Nitewing (No. 038)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Ribbuny (No. 039)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Incineram (No. 040)
  • Element(s): Fire/Dark

  • Incineram Noct (No. 040B)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Cinnamoth (No. 041)
  • Element(s): Grass

  • Arsox (No. 042)
  • Element(s): Fire

  • Dumud (No. 043)
  • Element(s): Ground

  • Cawgnito (No. 044)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Leezpunk (No. 045)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Leezpunk Ignis (No. 045B)
  • Element(s): Fire

  • Loupmoon (No. 046)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Galeclaw (No. 047)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Robinquill (No. 048)
  • Element(s): Grass

  • Robinquill Terra (No. 048B)
  • Element(s): Grass/Ground

  • Gorirat (No. 049)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Beegarde (No. 050)
  • Element(s): Grass

  • Elizabee (No. 051)
  • Element(s): Grass

  • Grintale (No. 052)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Swee (No. 053)
  • Element(s): Ice

  • Sweepa (No. 054)
  • Element(s): Ice

  • Chillet (No. 055)
  • Element(s): Ice/Dragon

  • Univolt (No. 056)
  • Element(s): Electric

  • Foxcicle (No. 057)
  • Element(s): Ice

  • Pyrin (No. 058)
  • Element(s): Fire

  • Pyrin Noct (No. 058B)
  • Element(s): Fire/Dark

  • Reindrix (No. 059)
  • Element(s): Ice

  • Rayhound (No. 060)
  • Element(s): Electric

  • Kitsun (No. 061)
  • Element(s): Fire

  • Dazzi (No. 062)
  • Element(s): Electric

  • Lunaris (No. 063)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Dinossom (No. 064)
  • Element(s): Grass/Dragon

  • Dinossom Lux (No. 064B)
  • Element(s): Electric/Dragon

  • Surfent (No. 065)
  • Element(s): Water

  • Surfent Terra (No. 065B)
  • Element(s): Ground

  • Maraith (No. 066)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Digtoise (No. 067)
  • Element(s): Ground

  • Tombat (No. 068)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Lovander (No. 069)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Flambelle (No. 070)
  • Element(s): Fire

  • Vanwyrm (No. 071)
  • Element(s): Fire/Dark

  • Vanwyrm Cryst (No. 071B)
  • Element(s): Ice/Dark

  • Bushi (No. 072)
  • Element(s): Fire

  • Beakon (No. 073)
  • Element(s): Electric

  • Ragnahawk (No. 074)
  • Element(s): Fire

  • Katress (No. 075)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Wixen (No. 076)
  • Element(s): Fire

  • Verdash (No. 077)
  • Element(s): Grass

  • Vaelet (No. 078)
  • Element(s): Grass

  • Sibelyx (No. 079)
  • Element(s): Ice

  • Elphidran (No. 080)
  • Element(s): Dragon

  • Kelpsea (No. 081)
  • Element(s): Water

  • Kelpsea Ignis (No. 081B)
  • Element(s): Fire

  • Azurobe (No. 082)
  • Element(s): Water/Dragon

  • Cryolinx (No. 083)
  • Element(s): Ice

  • Blazehowl (No. 084)
  • Element(s): Fire

  • Blazehowl Noct (No. 084B) 
  • Element(s): Fire/Dark

  • Relaxaurus (No. 085)
  • Element(s): Dragon/Water

  • Relaxaurus Lux (No. 085B)
  • Element(s): Dragon/Electric

  • Broncherry (No. 086)
  • Element(s): Grass

  • Broncherry Aqua (No. 086B)
  • Element(s): Grass/Water

  • Petallia (No. 087)
  • Element(s): Grass

  • Reptyro (No. 088)
  • Element(s): Fire/Ground 

  • Reptyro Cryst (No. 088B)
  • Element(s): Ice/Ground

  • Kingpaca (No. 089)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Kingpaca Cryst (No. 089B)
  • Element(s): Ice

  • Mammorest (No. 090)
  • Element(s): Grass 

  • Mammorest Cryst (No. 090B)
  • Element(s): Ice

  • Wumpo (No. 091)
  • Element(s): Ice

  • Wumpo Botan (No. 091B)
  • Element(s): Grass

  • Warsect (No. 092)
  • Element(s): Ground/Grass

  • Fenglope (No. 093)
  • Element(s): Neutral

  • Felbat (No. 094)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Quivern (No. 095)
  • Element(s): Dragon

  • Blazamut (No. 096)
  • Element(s): Fire

  • Helzephyr (No. 097)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Astegon (No. 098)
  • Element(s): Dragon/Dark

  • Menasting (No. 099)
  • Element(s): Dark/Ground

  • Anubis (No. 100)
  • Element(s): Ground

  • Jormuntide (No. 101)
  • Element(s): Dragon/Water

  • Jormuntide Ignis (No. 101B)
  • Element(s): Dragon/Fire

  • Suzaku (No. 102)
  • Element(s): Fire

  • Suzaku Aqua (No. 102B)
  • Element(s): Water

  • Grizzbolt (No. 103)
  • Element(s): Electric

  • Lyleen (No. 104)
  • Element(s): Grass

  • Lyleen Noct (No. 104B)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Faleris (No. 105)
  • Element(s): Fire

  • Orserk (No. 106)
  • Element(s): Dragon/Electric

  • Shadowbeak (No. 107)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Paladius (No. 108)
  • Element(s): N/A

  • Necromus (No. 109)
  • Element(s): Dark

  • Frostallion (No. 110)
  • Element(s): Ice

  • Jetragon (No. 111)
  • Element(s): Dragon

Variations of Pals explained

Battling an Alpha Pal in Palworld
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Palworld features a variety of special Pals that are worth discussing:

Alpha Pals

Alpha Pals are giant, boss-like Pals that stand out from the rest of their species. Many Pals have Alpha variants with titles to distinguish them from regular Pals.

Lucky Pals

Lucky Pals are like Shiny Pokemon. Lucky Pals are extremely rare, and you might only encounter a few throughout your entire playthrough of Palworld. These Pal variants are stronger than their common counterparts.

Bred Pals

While you can't evolve Pals in Palworld, you can breed Pals of different species with one another! Bred Pals inherit the characteristics of their parents, resulting in a unique Pal.

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That's the complete list of all the Pals in Palworld. Additional Pals have been spotted in screenshots and trailers for Palworld, but for whatever reason, they aren't in the Paldeck yet. Palworld is only in Early Access, so expect to come across even more Pals on the Palpagos Islands in the future!

Stay tuned to our Palworld homepage for more Palworld content. If you're struggling to catch your favourite Pals, consider changing the difficulty settings or inviting a few friends!

Coleman is a freelance journalist at GGRecon. While gaming has always been his passion, it wasn’t until he worked as a Sports Journalist at the Community College of Baltimore County that he found his enthusiasm for writing. In the time since Coleman has had his work featured in publications such as The Washington Post/Launcher and ESTNN. Coleman is a graduate of Towson University with a degree in Sport Management and Business Administration.

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