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(Trivia: There have been no CGEs in Generation III that weren't BABY pokemon.)
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* Generation IV introduced the most evolutionary relatives to Pokémon from previous generations, numbering 29; Generation II introduced 19 and Generation III only 2.
 
* Generation IV introduced the most evolutionary relatives to Pokémon from previous generations, numbering 29; Generation II introduced 19 and Generation III only 2.
 
** Generation V introduces none, the only generation other than Generation I which does not.
 
** Generation V introduces none, the only generation other than Generation I which does not.
*The even-numbered generations tend to introduce the most cross-generational evolutions, while the odd-numbered generations tend to instead introduce the most new evolutionary families, with few or sometimes no new cross-generational evolutions.
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*So far, there has been no new cross-generational evolutionary relatives introduced in an odd Generation that were not Baby Pokémon.
**So far, there has been no new cross-generational evolutionary relatives introduced in an odd Generation that were not Baby Pokémon.
 
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 02:36, 17 April 2013

This is a list of Pokémon that evolve into a Pokémon originating from a different generation. For example, Pichu (a Generation II Pokémon) evolves into Pikachu (a Generation I Pokémon).

A few of these Pokémon, as a result of new evolutions, become a part of evolutionary families with branched evolutions. Those Pokémon which evolve into a Pokémon of a previous generation, instead of from it, are specifically baby Pokémon.

Pikachu family

II
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Baby
Pichu
I
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Friendship
Pikachu
I
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Thunderstone
Raichu

Clefairy family

II
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Baby
Cleffa
I
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Friendship
Clefairy
I
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Moon Stone
Clefable

Jigglypuff family

II
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Baby
Igglybuff
I
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Friendship
Jigglypuff
I
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Moon Stone
Wigglytuff

Zubat family

I
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Basic
Zubat
I
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Level 22
Golbat
II
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Friendship
Crobat

Oddish family

I
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Basic
Oddish
I
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Level 21
Gloom
I
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Leaf Stone
Vileplume
II
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Sun Stone
Bellossom

Poliwag family

I
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Basic
Poliwag
I
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Level 25
Poliwhirl
I
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Water Stone
Poliwrath
II
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Trade with King's Rock
Politoed

Slowpoke family

I
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Basic
Slowpoke
I
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Level 37
Slowbro
II
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Trade with King's Rock
Slowking

Magnemite family

I
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Basic
Magnemite
I
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At Lv30
Magneton
IV
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Level up at Mt. Coronet or Chargestone Cave
Magnezone

Onix family

I
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Basic
Onix
II
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Trade with Metal Coat
Steelix

Hitmons

II
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Baby
Tyrogue
I
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Level 20 (Attack > Defense)
Hitmonlee
I
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Level 20 (Attack < Defense)
Hitmonchan
II
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Level 20 (Attack = Defense)
Hitmontop

Lickitung family

I
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Basic
Lickitung
IV
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Level up with Rollout
Lickilicky

Rhyhorn family

I
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Basic
Rhyhorn
I
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Level 42
Rhydon
IV
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Trade with Protector
Rhyperior

Chansey family

IV
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Baby
Happiny
I
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Level up with Oval Stone
Chansey
II
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Friendship
Blissey

Tangela family

I
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Basic
Tangela
IV
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Level up with AncientPower
Tangrowth

Horsea family

I
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Basic
Horsea
I
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Level 32
Seadra
II
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Trade with Dragon Scale
Kingdra

Mr. Mime family

IV
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Baby
Mime Jr.
I
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Level up with Mimic
Mr. Mime

Scyther family

I
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Basic
Scyther
II
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Trade with Metal Coat
Scizor

Jynx family

II
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Baby
Smoochum
I
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Level 30
Jynx

Electabuzz family

II
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Baby
Elekid
I
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Level 30
Electabuzz
IV
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Trade with Electrizer
Electivire

Magmar family

II
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Baby
Magby
I
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At Lv30
Magmar
IV
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Trade with Magmarizer
Magmortar

Eeveelutions

I
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Basic
Eevee
I
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Water Stone
Vaporeon
I
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Thunderstone
Jolteon
I
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Fire Stone
Flareon
II
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Friendship (Day)
Sun Shard
Espeon
II
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Friendship (Night)
Moon Shard
Umbreon
IV
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Level up at Moss Rock
Leafeon
IV
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Level up at Ice Rock
Glaceon
VI
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Currently unknown
Sylveon

Porygon family

I
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Basic
Porygon
II
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Trade with Up-Grade
Porygon2
IV
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Trade with Dubious Disc
Porygon-Z

Snorlax family

IV
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Baby
Munchlax
I
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Friendship
Snorlax

Togepi family

II
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Baby
Togepi
II
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Friendship
Togetic
IV
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Shiny Stone
Togekiss

Marill family

III
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Baby
Azurill
II
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Friendship
Marill
II
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Level 18
Azumarill

Sudowoodo family

IV
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Baby
Bonsly
II
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Level up with Mimic
Sudowoodo

Aipom family

II
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Basic
Aipom
IV
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Level up with Double Hit
Ambipom

Yanma family

II
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Basic
Yanma
IV
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Level up with AncientPower
Yanmega

Murkrow family

II
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Basic
Murkrow
IV
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Dusk Stone
Honchkrow

Misdreavus family

II
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Basic
Misdreavus
IV
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Dusk Stone
Mismagius

Wobbuffet family

III
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Baby
Wynaut
II
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Level 15
Wobbuffet


Gligar family

II
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Basic
Gligar
IV
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Level up with Razor Fang (Night)
Gliscor

Sneasel family

II
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Basic
Sneasel
IV
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Level up with Razor Claw (Night)
Weavile

Swinub family

II
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Basic
Swinub
II
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Level 33
Piloswine
IV
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Level up with AncientPower
Mamoswine

Mantine family

IV
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Baby
Mantyke
II
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Level up with Remoraid in party
Mantine

Ralts family

III
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Basic
Ralts
III
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Level 20
Kirlia
III
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Level 30
Gardevoir
IV
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Dawn Stone (male)
Gallade

Nosepass family

III
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Basic
Nosepass
IV
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Level up at Mt. Coronet or Chargestone Cave
Probopass

Roselia family

IV
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Baby
Budew
III
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Friendship (Day)
Roselia
IV
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Shiny Stone
Roserade

Duskull family

III
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Basic
Duskull
III
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Level 37
Dusclops
IV
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Trade with Reaper Cloth
Dusknoir

Chimecho family

IV
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Baby
Chingling
III
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Friendship (Night)
Chimecho

Snorunt family

III
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Basic
Snorunt
III
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Level 42
Glalie
IV
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Dawn Stone (female)
Froslass

Trivia

  • Generation IV introduced the most evolutionary relatives to Pokémon from previous generations, numbering 29; Generation II introduced 19 and Generation III only 2.
    • Generation V introduces none, the only generation other than Generation I which does not.
  • So far, there has been no new cross-generational evolutionary relatives introduced in an odd Generation that were not Baby Pokémon.

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