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There remain some Pokémon that have been included in every [[regional Pokédex]] since their release, such as {{p|Marill}}, but these Pokémon cannot be included in the main list. These Pokémon are listed below the main table.
 
There remain some Pokémon that have been included in every [[regional Pokédex]] since their release, such as {{p|Marill}}, but these Pokémon cannot be included in the main list. These Pokémon are listed below the main table.
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While these Pokémon have appeared in every regional Pokédex, no Pokémon has appeared in every ''version'' of every regional Pokédex, as the Unova Pokédex of {{game|Black and White|s}} did not include any Pokémon introduced in prior generations until it was expanded to become the New Unova Pokédex in {{game|Black and White|s|Pokémon Black 2 and White 2|2}}. The Sinnoh Pokédex of {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}} and the Johto Pokédex of {{game2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}} were also expanded for their appearances in {{game|Platinum}} and {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, respectively.
   
 
==List of Pokémon that appear in every regional Pokédex==
 
==List of Pokémon that appear in every regional Pokédex==

Revision as of 21:32, 7 June 2013

This is a list of Pokémon that appear every regional Pokédex, listed in their National Pokédex order. All of the Pokémon that fit this description can only be from Generation I, due to the need to be in the Kanto Pokédex. This worldwide distribution is analogous to cosmopolitan distribution, the notion of a species that can be found anywhere on the planet.

There remain some Pokémon that have been included in every regional Pokédex since their release, such as Marill, but these Pokémon cannot be included in the main list. These Pokémon are listed below the main table.

While these Pokémon have appeared in every regional Pokédex, no Pokémon has appeared in every version of every regional Pokédex, as the Unova Pokédex of Pokémon Black and White did not include any Pokémon introduced in prior generations until it was expanded to become the New Unova Pokédex in Pokémon Black 2 and White 2. The Sinnoh Pokédex of Pokémon Diamond and Pearl and the Johto Pokédex of Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal were also expanded for their appearances in Pokémon Platinum and Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, respectively.

List of Pokémon that appear in every regional Pokédex

These Pokémon appear in every regional Pokédex to date; this includes the Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh regional Pokédexes and the New Unova Pokédex.

Ndex Kdex Jdex Hdex Sdex Udex Kdex MS Pokémon Type
#041 #041 #037 #063 #028 #061B2W2 #001 041 Zubat Poison Flying
#042 #042 #038 #064 #029 #062B2W2 #001 042 Golbat Poison Flying
#054 #054 #140* #158 #043 #028B2W2 #001 054 Psyduck Water
#055 #055 #141* #159 #044 #029B2W2 #001 055 Golduck Water
#081 #081 #119* #082 #178Pt #048B2W2 #001 081 Magnemite Electric Steel
#082 #082 #120* #083 #179Pt #049B2W2 #001 082 Magneton Electric Steel

List of Pokémon that have appeared in every regional Pokédex since their debut

Since Generation II

These Generation II Pokémon appear in the Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh and the New Unova Pokédex regional Pokédexes, but not the Kanto Pokédex, as they did not appear in Generation I.

Ndex Jdex Hdex Sdex Udex Kdex MS Pokémon Type
#169 #039 #065 #030 #063B2W2 #001 169 Crobat Poison Flying
#183 #132* #055 #125 #031B2W2 #001 183 Marill Water
#184 #133* #056 #126 #032B2W2 #001 184 Azumarill Water
#214 #114* #168 #062 #145B2W2 #001 214 Heracross Bug Fighting

Since Generation III

These Generation III Pokémon appear in the Hoenn, Sinnoh and the New Unova Pokédex regional Pokédexes. They are absent from the Kanto or Johto listings.

Ndex Hdex Sdex Udex Kdex MS Pokémon Type
#278 #027 #119 #212B2W2 #001 278 Wingull Water Flying
#279 #028 #120 #213B2W2 #001 279 Pelipper Water Flying
#298 #054 #124 #030B2W2 #001 298 Azurill Normal
#299 #060 #155Pt #164B2W2 #001 299 Nosepass Rock
#315 #094 #026 #134B2W2 #001 315 Roselia Grass Poison
#333 #121 #171Pt #246B2W2 #001 333 Swablu Normal Flying
#334 #122 #172Pt #247B2W2 #001 334 Altaria Dragon Flying
#357 #150 #191Pt #288B2W2 #001 357 Tropius Grass Flying
#359 #152 #209Pt #216B2W2 #001 359 Absol Dark

Since Generation IV

These Generation IV Pokémon appear in Sinnoh and the New Unova Pokédex regional Pokédexes. Some of these Pokémon also appear in the updated Johto regional Pokédex if they evolve from a Pokémon originally in the Johto regional Pokédex by knowing a certain move.

Ndex Jdex Hdex Sdex Udex Kdex MS Pokémon Type
#406 #--- #001 #025 #133B2W2 #001 406 Budew Grass Poison
#407 #--- #001 #027 #135B2W2 #001 407 Roserade Grass Poison
#415 #--- #001 #053 #142B2W2 #001 415 Combee Bug Flying
#416 #--- #001 #054 #143B2W2 #001 416 Vespiquen Bug Flying
#418 #--- #001 #056 #149B2W2 #001 418 Buizel Water
#419 #--- #001 #057 #150B2W2 #001 419 Floatzel Water
#425 #--- #001 #065 #208B2W2 #001 425 Drifloon Ghost Flying
#426 #--- #001 #066 #209B2W2 #001 426 Drifblim Ghost Flying
#427 #--- #001 #067 #080B2W2 #001 427 Buneary Normal
#428 #--- #001 #068 #081B2W2 #001 428 Lopunny Normal
#436 #--- #001 #088 #250B2W2 #001 436 Bronzor Steel Psychic
#437 #--- #001 #089 #251B2W2 #001 437 Bronzong Steel Psychic
#447 #--- #001 #115 #033B2W2 #001 447 Riolu Fighting
#448 #--- #001 #116 #034B2W2 #001 448 Lucario Fighting Steel
#451 #--- #001 #127 #201B2W2 #001 451 Skorupi Poison Bug
#452 #--- #001 #128 #202B2W2 #001 452 Drapion Poison Dark
#453 #--- #001 #129 #290B2W2 #001 453 Croagunk Poison Fighting
#454 #--- #001 #130 #291B2W2 #001 454 Toxicroak Poison Fighting
#455 #--- #001 #131 #289B2W2 #001 455 Carnivine Grass
#458 #--- #001 #140 #233B2W2 #001 458 Mantyke Water Flying
#461 #--- #001 #145 #253B2W2 #001 461 Weavile Dark Ice
#462 #--- #001 #180Pt #050B2W2 #001 462 Magnezone Electric Steel
#463 #181 #001 #162Pt #285B2W2 #001 463 Lickilicky Normal
#465 #183 #001 #182Pt #218B2W2 #001 465 Tangrowth Grass
#466 #--- #001 #199Pt #058B2W2 #001 466 Electivire Electric
#467 #--- #001 #202Pt #055B2W2 #001 467 Magmortar Fire
#469 #102 #001 #184Pt #287B2W2 #001 469 Yanmega Bug Flying
#470 #--- #001 #169Pt #097B2W2 #001 470 Leafeon Grass
#471 #--- #001 #170Pt #098B2W2 #001 471 Glaceon Ice
#472 #--- #001 #154Pt #222B2W2 #001 472 Gliscor Ground Flying
#473 #197 #001 #205Pt #260B2W2 #001 473 Mamoswine Ice Ground
#476 #--- #001 #156Pt #165B2W2 #001 476 Probopass Rock Steel

Trivia

  • All but four of these Pokémon (Heracross from Generation II onward, Tropius and Absol from Generation III onward, Carnivine from Generation IV onward), are from multi-stage evolutionary families.
  • The Zubat and Magnemite families have been expanded in later generations to include a third form.
  • The three initial main characters of the anime own, or have owned, Pokémon from these families at some point. Ash has a Heracross, Misty has a Psyduck, and Brock has a Crobat.

See also


by National Pokédex no. EnglishJapaneseGermanFrenchKoreanChinese
by regional Pokédex no. KantoJohtoHoennNew HoennSinnohUnovaNew UnovaKalos
GSC DexUnown Dexin no regional Pokédexin every regional Pokédex
by regional Browser no. FioreAlmiaObliviain no regional Browserin every regional Browser
by index number Generation IGeneration IIGeneration IIIGeneration IVGeneration VGeneration VI
by other numbering systems DPBPPokéPark PadRansei GalleryShuffle listGoogle Maps: Pokémon Challenge
by attributes AbilitycategoryhabitatcolorIQ groupgender differences
Egg Groupbody styleheightweightunique type combinations
by evolution evolution familyno evolution familybranchedcross-generationlevels
by in-game stats base stats (Gen IGen II-Vfully evolvedunique base stat totals) • performance stats
catch rateEVs given in battle (Gen III-IV) • gender ratiosteps to hatchavailability
wild held item (Gen II) • experience typebase friendship
miscellaneous alphabeticallyfield moves (Gen IGen IIGen IIIGen IVGen V) • Shadow PokémonPal Park area
Pokéwalkerdebut episodeglitch • released with a Hidden Ability (Gen VGen VI) • ST shot type