Unown Mode

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A completed Unown Dex, in alphabetical order.

The Unown Dex is a Pokédex upgrade present in Generation II. It is designed to display all 26 different types of Unown and the word that is associated with each form. The Unown Dex does not list the Unown in any specific order; rather, it lists them in the order in which the player captures them. After catching all 26 types, however, the forms will be reorganized alphabetically. Upon the player's capture of at least three different Unown and exiting the Ruins of Alph, a scientist will upgrade the player's Pokédex to support this mode. Ultimately, completing the Unown Dex also allows a player with a Game Boy Printer to print out the Unown sprites and text.

The Unown Dex is replaced in HeartGold and SoulSilver with a key item called Unown Report.

Unown Dex entries

Below, the different Unown forms are listed in alphabetical order, along with the word that they represent, as well as the Pokémon Power that they have in the Neo Series and the Poké-Power (or Poké-Body, in some cases) that they have in the Diamond & Pearl Series of the TCG.

Sprite Word Pokémon Power Poké-Power
File:Spr 2c 201.gif ANGRY

Angry

ANGER

Anger

ANALYZE
File:Spr 2c 201B.gif BEAR

Bear

BOUNCE
File:Spr 2c 201C.gif CHASE

Chase

CALL
File:Spr 2c 201D.gif DIRECT

Direct

DARK

Dark

DRAW
File:Spr 2c 201E.gif EQUIP

Engage

EQUIP
File:Spr 2c 201F.gif FIND

Find

FAKE
File:Spr 2c 201G.gif GIVE

Give

GUARD
File:Spr 2c 201H.gif HELP

Help

HEAL
File:Spr 2c 201I.gif INCREASE

Increase

ITEM
File:Spr 2c 201J.gif JOIN

Join

JUNK
File:Spr 2c 201K.gif KEEP

Keep

KIND
File:Spr 2c 201L.gif LAUGH

Laugh

LINK
File:Spr 2c 201M.gif MAKE

Make

METAL

Metal

MAGNET
File:Spr 2c 201N.gif NUZZLE

Nuzzle

NORMAL

Normal

NOD
File:Spr 2c 201O.gif OBSERVE

Observe

ONE
File:Spr 2c 201P.gif PERFORM

Perform

PUT
File:Spr 2c 201Q.gif QUICKEN

Quicken

QUICK
File:Spr 2c 201R.gif REASSURE

Reassure

RETIRE
File:Spr 2c 201S.gif SEARCH

Search

SET
File:Spr 2c 201T.gif TELL

Tell

THROW
File:Spr 2c 201U.gif UNDO

Undo

UNSEEN
File:Spr 2c 201V.gif VANISH

Vanish

VACATION
File:Spr 2c 201W.gif WANT

Want

WALL
File:Spr 2c 201X.gif XXXXX

XXXXX

X-RAY
File:Spr 2c 201Y.gif YIELD

Yield

YAWN
File:Spr 2c 201Z.gif ZOOM

Zoom

ZERO

See also


by National Pokédex no. EnglishJapaneseGermanFrenchKoreanChinese
by regional Pokédex no. KantoJohto • Hoenn (Gen IIIGen VI) • SinnohUnovaNew UnovaKalos
GSC DexUnown Modein 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 listPicross listGoogle Maps: Pokémon Challenge
by attributes AbilitycategoryhabitatcolorIQ groupgender differencesform differences
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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
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miscellaneous alphabeticallyfield moves (Gen IGen IIGen IIIGen IVGen V) • Shadow PokémonPal Park area
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