(Note: Pokemon that evolve via moves must either know the move before leveling up, or learn the move upon leveling up. For example, a Pokemon that does not learn the required move but is taught it via the Move Expert in Venesi City must be leveled up again before it will evolve. It is also possible to breed offspring that already know the required move and will evolve immediately upon leveling up as long as the required move is not replaced.)
If a SMORE approaches your picnic, it's not trying to steal your food, it just wants attention. Still, some people are afraid of them.
Smore is a small bug Pokémon resembling an ant in appearance. It has a black and red carapace with two orange antennae and legs. It has large, shiny, insectoid eyes.
None, but only female Smore can be evolved into Seikamater.
Smore can generate heat within its body and create small fires, but its fire-making capabilities aren't sophisticated enough to be a true Fire-type.
Smore are rather friendly Pokémon that are curious about humans. They are relatively harmless on their own, but in large swarms with many other Smore, Sponee, and Tricwe, they can be terrifying.
All Smore, Sponee, and Tricwe in Tandor originate from the Anthell, a massive underground hive where the Seikamater dwells. They are omnivorous, but they mainly eat plants, leaves, and detritus.
Smore's name does not seem to have a real origin. Despite its name resembling s'mores, JV did not know of them when naming Smore. Its name also resembles the word smoke, though a statement from Twitch suggests that there is no correlation between the two.