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| {{#time: z|January 7}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP078|A Friend In Deed]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, ''[[AG107|Absol-ute Disaster]]'' premiered in the US and in 2010, ''[[DP158|Regaining the Home Advantage!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|January 7}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP078|A Friend In Deed]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, ''[[AG107|Absol-ute Disaster]]'' premiered in the US and in 2010, ''[[DP158|Regaining the Home Advantage!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|January 8}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP082|A Scare in the Air]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, ''[[AG058|All Torkoal, No Play]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP109|Leading a Stray!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2011, ''[[DP187|A Real Rival Rouser!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|January 8}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP082|A Scare in the Air]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, ''[[AG058|All Torkoal, No Play]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP109|Leading a Stray!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2011, ''[[DP187|A Real Rival Rouser!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|January 9}} = On this day in 2003, ''[[AG007|Tree's a Crowd]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2010, ''[[DP139|A Faux Oak Finish!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|January 9}} = On this day in 1999, the very first deck of [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]] called {{TCG|Base Set}} was released in English languages; in 2003, ''[[AG007|Tree's a Crowd]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2010, ''[[DP139|A Faux Oak Finish!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|January 10}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP231|Dues and Don'ts]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, both ''[[AG015|Gonna Rule The School!]]'' and ''[[AG016|Winner by a Nosepass]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008, ''[[DP062|Tanks for the Memories!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2009, ''[[DP089|Up Close and Personable!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|January 10}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP231|Dues and Don'ts]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, both ''[[AG015|Gonna Rule The School!]]'' and ''[[AG016|Winner by a Nosepass]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008, ''[[DP062|Tanks for the Memories!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2009, ''[[DP089|Up Close and Personable!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|January 11}} = Today is [[Kyoko Hikami]]'s birthday. On this day in 2001, ''[[EP180|Houndoom's Special Delivery]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP229|An EGG-sighting Adventure!]]'' premiered in the US and in 2007, ''[[DP015|Shapes of Things to Come!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|January 11}} = Today is [[Kyoko Hikami]]'s birthday. On this day in 2001, ''[[EP180|Houndoom's Special Delivery]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP229|An EGG-sighting Adventure!]]'' premiered in the US and in 2007, ''[[DP015|Shapes of Things to Come!]]'' premiered in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|January 18}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP181|A Ghost of a Chance]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP230|Hatching a Plan]]'' premiered in the US and in 2007, ''[[DP016|A Gruff Act to Follow!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|January 18}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP181|A Ghost of a Chance]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP230|Hatching a Plan]]'' premiered in the US and in 2007, ''[[DP016|A Gruff Act to Follow!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|January 19}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP186|UnBEARable]]'' premiered in the US; in 2006, ''[[AG160|Harley Rides Again]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2008, ''[[DP046|A Maze-ing Race!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|January 19}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP186|UnBEARable]]'' premiered in the US; in 2006, ''[[AG160|Harley Rides Again]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2008, ''[[DP046|A Maze-ing Race!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|January 20}} = On this day in 2009, [[Super Smash Bros.]] was released on [[Virtual Console]] in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP131|Fighting Flyer with Fire]]'' premiered in Japan and ''[[EP136|Chikorita's Big Upset]]'' premiered in the US; in 2001, ''[[EP132|For Crying Out Loud]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, ''[[AG111|Eight Ain't Enough]] premiered in Japan; in 2007, ''[[AG186|Overjoyed!]]'' premiered in the US and in 2011, ''[[BW017|Scraggy-Hatched to Be Wild!]]'' premiered in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|January 20}} = On this day in 2009, [[Super Smash Bros.]] was released on the [[Virtual Console]] in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP131|Fighting Flyer with Fire]]'' premiered in Japan and ''[[EP136|Chikorita's Big Upset]]'' premiered in the US; in 2001, ''[[EP132|For Crying Out Loud]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, ''[[AG111|Eight Ain't Enough]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2007, ''[[AG186|Overjoyed!]]'' premiered in the US and in 2011, ''[[BW017|Scraggy-Hatched to Be Wild!]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|January 21}} = On this day in 1999, [[Super Smash Bros.]] was released in Japan on [[Nintendo 64]]; in 1999, ''[[EP080|Friends to the End]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, ''[[AG109|Do I Hear a Ralts?]]'' premiered in the US and in 2010, ''[[DP160|A Marathon Rivalry!]]'' premiered in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|January 21}} = On this day in 1999, [[Super Smash Bros.]] was released in Japan on the [[Nintendo 64]]; in 1999, ''[[EP080|Friends to the End]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, ''[[AG109|Do I Hear a Ralts?]]'' premiered in the US and in 2010, ''[[DP160|A Marathon Rivalry!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|January 22}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP084|The Lost Lapras]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, ''[[AG060|Delcatty Got Your Tongue]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005 ''[[M07|Destiny Deoxys]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP111|Saving the World from Ruins!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2011, ''[[DP189|The Semi-Final Frontier!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|January 22}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP084|The Lost Lapras]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, ''[[AG060|Delcatty Got Your Tongue]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005 ''[[M07|Destiny Deoxys]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP111|Saving the World from Ruins!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2011, ''[[DP189|The Semi-Final Frontier!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|January 23}} = On this day in 2003, ''[[AG009|Taming of the Shroomish]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2010, ''[[DP141|Challenging a Towering Figure!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|January 23}} = On this day in 2003, ''[[AG009|Taming of the Shroomish]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2010, ''[[DP141|Challenging a Towering Figure!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|January 25}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP182|From Ghost to Ghost]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP231|Dues and Don'ts]]'' premiered in the US and in 2007, ''[[DP017|Wild in the Streets!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|January 25}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP182|From Ghost to Ghost]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP231|Dues and Don'ts]]'' premiered in the US and in 2007, ''[[DP017|Wild in the Streets!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|January 26}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP187|Moving Pictures]]'' premiered in the US; in 2006, ''[[AG161|Odd Pokémon Out]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2008, both ''[[DP047|Sandshrew's Locker!]]'' and ''[[DP048|Dawn's Early Night]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|January 26}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP187|Moving Pictures]]'' premiered in the US; in 2006, ''[[AG161|Odd Pokémon Out]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2008, both ''[[DP047|Sandshrew's Locker!]]'' and ''[[DP048|Dawn's Early Night]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|January 27}} = Today is [[Ken Sugimori]]'s birthday. On this day in 2000, ''[[EP132|For Crying Out Loud]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2001, ''[[EP133|Tanks a Lot!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, ''[[AG112|Showdown at Linoone]] premiered in Japan; in 2007, ''[[AG187|The Unbeatable Lightness of Seeing]]'' premiered in the US and in 2011, ''[[BW018|Sewaddle and Burgh in Pinwheel Forest!]]'' premiered in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|January 27}} = Today is [[Ken Sugimori]]'s birthday. On this day in 2000, ''[[EP132|For Crying Out Loud]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2001, ''[[EP133|Tanks a Lot!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, ''[[AG112|Showdown at Linoone]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2007, ''[[AG187|The Unbeatable Lightness of Seeing]]'' premiered in the US and in 2011, ''[[BW018|Sewaddle and Burgh in Pinwheel Forest!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|January 28}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP081|Pallet Party Panic]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, ''[[AG110|The Great Eight Fate!]]'' and ''[[AG111|Eight Ain't Enough]]'' premiered in the US and in 2010, ''[[DP161|Yes in Dee Dee, It's Dawn!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|January 28}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP081|Pallet Party Panic]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, ''[[AG110|The Great Eight Fate!]]'' and ''[[AG111|Eight Ain't Enough]]'' premiered in the US and in 2010, ''[[DP161|Yes in Dee Dee, It's Dawn!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|January 29}} = On this day in 2004, {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}} were released in Japan; also in 2004, ''[[AG061|Disaster of Disguise]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG063|Take the Lombre Home]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP112|Cheers on Castaways Isle!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2011, ''[[DP190|The Brockster Is In!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|January 29}} = On this day in 2004, {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}} were released in Japan; also in 2004, ''[[AG061|Disaster of Disguise]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG063|Take the Lombre Home]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP112|Cheers on Castaways Isle!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2011, ''[[DP190|The Brockster Is In!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|February 1}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP183|Trouble's Brewing]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP233|A Tyrogue Full of Trouble]]'' premiered in the US; in 2007, ''[[DP018|O'er the Rampardos We Watched!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2008, ''[[DP050|Tag! We're It...!]]'', ''[[DP051|Glory Blaze!]]'' and ''[[DP052|Smells Like Team Spirit!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|February 1}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP183|Trouble's Brewing]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP233|A Tyrogue Full of Trouble]]'' premiered in the US; in 2007, ''[[DP018|O'er the Rampardos We Watched!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2008, ''[[DP050|Tag! We're It...!]]'', ''[[DP051|Glory Blaze!]]'' and ''[[DP052|Smells Like Team Spirit!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|February 2}} = Today is [[Kimberly]]'s birthday. On this day in 2002, ''[[EP188|Spring Fever]]'' premiered in the US and in 2006, ''[[AG162|Spontaneous Combusken]]'' premiered in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|February 2}} = Today is [[Kimberly]]'s birthday. On this day in 2002, ''[[EP188|Spring Fever]]'' premiered in the US and in 2006, ''[[AG162|Spontaneous Combusken]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|February 3}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP133|Tanks a Lot!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2001, ''[[EP134|Charizard's Burning Ambitions]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, ''[[AG113|Who, What, When, Where, Wynaut?]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2007, ''[[AG188|Pinch Healing]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|February 3}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP133|Tanks a Lot!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2001, ''[[EP134|Charizard's Burning Ambitions]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, ''[[AG113|Who, What, When, Where, Wynaut?]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2007, ''[[AG188|Pinch Healing]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|February 4}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP082|A Scare in the Air]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, ''[[AG112|Showdown at Linoone]]'' and ''[[AG113|Who, What, When, Where, Wynaut?]]'' premiered in the US and in 2010, ''[[DP162|Playing the Performance Encore!]]'' premiered in Japan and {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} were released in South Korea.
 
| {{#time: z|February 4}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP082|A Scare in the Air]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, ''[[AG112|Showdown at Linoone]]'' and ''[[AG113|Who, What, When, Where, Wynaut?]]'' premiered in the US and in 2010, ''[[DP162|Playing the Performance Encore!]]'' premiered in Japan and {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} were released in South Korea.
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| {{#time: z|February 11}} = On this day in 2006, both ''[[AG117|Berry, Berry Interesting]]'' and ''[[AG118|Less is Morrison]]'' premiered in the US and in 2010, ''[[DP163|Fighting Ire with Fire!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|February 11}} = On this day in 2006, both ''[[AG117|Berry, Berry Interesting]]'' and ''[[AG118|Less is Morrison]]'' premiered in the US and in 2010, ''[[DP163|Fighting Ire with Fire!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|February 12}} = On this day in 2000, both ''[[EP088|In the Pink]]'' and ''[[EP090|Stage Fight!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, ''[[AG063|Take the Lombre Home]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG065|Gulpin it Down]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP114|Another One Gabites the Dust!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2011, both ''[[BW001|In the Shadow of Zekrom!]]'' and ''[[BW002|Enter Iris and Axew!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|February 12}} = On this day in 2000, both ''[[EP088|In the Pink]]'' and ''[[EP090|Stage Fight!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, ''[[AG063|Take the Lombre Home]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG065|Gulpin it Down]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP114|Another One Gabites the Dust!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2011, both ''[[BW001|In the Shadow of Zekrom!]]'' and ''[[BW002|Enter Iris and Axew!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|February 13}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP083|Poké Ball Peril]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[AG012|The Lotad Lowdown]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, [[M11|Giratina and the Sky Warrior]] premiered in the US and in 2010, ''[[DP144|Gone With the Windworks!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|February 13}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP083|Poké Ball Peril]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[AG012|The Lotad Lowdown]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[M11|Giratina and the Sky Warrior]]'' premiered in the US and in 2010, ''[[DP144|Gone With the Windworks!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|February 14}} = Today is {{wp|Valentine's Day}}! It is also [[Peanut]]'s birthday. On this day in 2002, ''[[EP236|Rage Of Innocence]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, the [[Game Boy Advance SP]] was released in Japan; in 2004, both ''[[AG021|Which Wurmple's Which?]]'' and ''[[AG022|A Hole Lotta Trouble]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008 {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}} were released in South Korea; also in 2008, ''[[DP067|Crossing the Battle Line!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2009, ''[[DP094|Doc Brock!]]'' premiered in the US. On this day in 2005, Bulbapedia was opened to the general public.
 
| {{#time: z|February 14}} = Today is {{wp|Valentine's Day}}! It is also [[Peanut]]'s birthday. On this day in 2002, ''[[EP236|Rage Of Innocence]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, the [[Game Boy Advance SP]] was released in Japan; in 2004, both ''[[AG021|Which Wurmple's Which?]]'' and ''[[AG022|A Hole Lotta Trouble]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008 {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}} were released in South Korea; also in 2008, ''[[DP067|Crossing the Battle Line!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2009, ''[[DP094|Doc Brock!]]'' premiered in the US. On this day in 2005, Bulbapedia was opened to the general public.
 
| {{#time: z|February 15}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP185|The Light Fantastic]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2003, ''[[EP235|Talkin' 'Bout an Evolution]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|February 15}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP185|The Light Fantastic]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2003, ''[[EP235|Talkin' 'Bout an Evolution]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|February 16}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP190|The Stolen Stones!]]'' premiered in the US and in 2006, ''[[AG164|Ka Boom with a View!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|February 16}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP190|The Stolen Stones!]]'' premiered in the US and in 2006, ''[[AG164|Ka Boom with a View!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|February 17}} = On this day in 2001, both ''[[EP138|The Superhero Secret]]'' and ''[[EP139|Mild 'n Wooly]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, ''[[AG115|Mean With Envy]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2007, ''[[AG190|Pace - The Final Frontier]]'' premiered in the US and in 2011, ''[[BW019|A Connoisseur's Revenge!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|February 17}} = On this day in 2001, both ''[[EP138|The Superhero Secret]]'' and ''[[EP139|Mild 'n Wooly]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, ''[[AG115|Mean With Envy]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2007, ''[[AG190|Pace - The Final Frontier]]'' premiered in the US and in 2011, ''[[BW019|A Connoisseur's Revenge!]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|February 18}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP084|The Lost Lapras]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, ''[[AG119|The Ribbon Cup Caper!]]'' and ''[[AG120|Hi Ho Silver Wind!]]'' premiered in the US and in 2010, ''[[DP164|Piplup, Up and Away!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2012, [[BW049|Enter Elesa, Electrifying Gym Leader!]] premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|February 18}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP084|The Lost Lapras]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, ''[[AG119|The Ribbon Cup Caper!]]'' and ''[[AG120|Hi Ho Silver Wind!]]'' premiered in the US and in 2010, ''[[DP164|Piplup, Up and Away!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2012, ''[[BW049|Enter Elesa, Electrifying Gym Leader!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|February 19}} = On this day in 2004, [[Pokémon PC Master]] was released in the US; also in 2004, ''[[AG064|True Blue Swablu]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG066|Exploud and Clear]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP115|Stealing the Conversation!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2011, ''[[BW003|A Sandile Gusher of Change!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|February 19}} = On this day in 2004, [[Pokémon PC Master]] was released in the US; also in 2004, ''[[AG064|True Blue Swablu]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG066|Exploud and Clear]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP115|Stealing the Conversation!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2011, ''[[BW003|A Sandile Gusher of Change!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|February 20}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP045|The Song of Jigglypuff]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003, ''[[AG013|All Things Bright and Beautifly!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2010, ''[[DP145|A Rivalry to Gible On!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|February 20}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP045|The Song of Jigglypuff]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003, ''[[AG013|All Things Bright and Beautifly!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2010, ''[[DP145|A Rivalry to Gible On!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|February 22}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP186|UnBEARable]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP236|Rage Of Innocence]]'' premiered in the US and in 2007, ''[[DP020|Mutiny in the Bounty!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|February 22}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP186|UnBEARable]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP236|Rage Of Innocence]]'' premiered in the US and in 2007, ''[[DP020|Mutiny in the Bounty!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|February 23}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP191|The Dunsparce Deception]]'' premiered in the US and in 2006, ''[[AG165|King and Queen for a Day]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|February 23}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP191|The Dunsparce Deception]]'' premiered in the US and in 2006, ''[[AG165|King and Queen for a Day]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|February 24}} = On this day in 2005, the [[Nintendo DS]] was released in Australia; in 2000, ''[[EP136|Chikorita's Big Upset]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2001, ''[[EP140|Wired for Battle!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, ''[[AG116|Pacifidlog Jam]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2007, ''[[AG191|Once More with Reeling]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008 ''[[M10|The Rise of Darkrai]]'' premiered in the US and in 2011, ''[[BW020|Dancing With the Ducklett Trio!]]'' premiered in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|February 24}} = On this day in in 2000, ''[[EP136|Chikorita's Big Upset]]'' premiered in Japan and {{TCG|Base Set 2}}, TCG set only in English and European languages, was released ; in 2001, ''[[EP140|Wired for Battle!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, ''[[AG116|Pacifidlog Jam]]'' premiered in Japan and the [[Nintendo DS]] was released in Australia; in 2007, ''[[AG191|Once More with Reeling]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008 ''[[M10|The Rise of Darkrai]]'' premiered in the US and in 2011, ''[[BW020|Dancing With the Ducklett Trio!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|February 25}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP085|Fit to be Tide]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, both ''[[AG122|Deceit and Assist]]'' and ''[[AG123|Rhapsody in Drew]]'' premiered in the US and in 2010, ''[[DP165|Flint Sparks the Fire!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|February 25}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP085|Fit to be Tide]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, both ''[[AG122|Deceit and Assist]]'' and ''[[AG123|Rhapsody in Drew]]'' premiered in the US and in 2010, ''[[DP165|Flint Sparks the Fire!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|February 26}} = On this day in 2010, the [[Nintendo 3DS]] was released in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP091|Bye Bye Psyduck]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, ''[[AG065|Gulpin it Down]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG067|Go Go Ludicolo!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP116|The Drifting Snorunt!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2011, ''[[BW004|The Battle Club and Tepig's Choice!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|February 26}} = On this day in 2010, the [[Nintendo 3DS]] was released in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP091|Bye Bye Psyduck]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, ''[[AG065|Gulpin it Down]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG067|Go Go Ludicolo!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP116|The Drifting Snorunt!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2011, ''[[BW004|The Battle Club and Tepig's Choice!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|February 27}} = On this day in 1996, {{game|Red and Green|s}} were released in Japan; in 2003, ''[[AG014|All in a Day's Wurmple]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2010, ''[[DP146|Dressed for Jess Success!]]'' premiered in the US. In 2012 [[PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond]] was released in North America.
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| {{#time: z|February 27}} = On this day in 1996, {{game|Red and Green|s}} were released in Japan; in 2003, ''[[AG014|All in a Day's Wurmple]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2010, ''[[DP146|Dressed for Jess Success!]]'' premiered in the US; and in 2012, [[PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond]] was released in North America.
 
| {{#time: z|February 28}} = Today is [[KAORI]]'s birthday. On this day in 2002, ''[[EP238|Nice Pryce, Baby!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, ''[[AG024|A Corphish Out of Water]]'' premiered in the US and in 2008, ''[[DP068|A Triple Fighting Chance!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|February 28}} = Today is [[KAORI]]'s birthday. On this day in 2002, ''[[EP238|Nice Pryce, Baby!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, ''[[AG024|A Corphish Out of Water]]'' premiered in the US and in 2008, ''[[DP068|A Triple Fighting Chance!]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#ifeq:{{#expr:{{CURRENTYEAR}}/4}}|1| {{#time: z|February 29}} = This day only happens once every four years, and on this day in 2000, {{eng|Pokémon Stadium}} was released in the US.}}
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| {{#ifeq:{{#expr:{{CURRENTYEAR}}/4}}|1| {{#time: z|February 29}} = Today is Leap Day! This day only happens once every four years, and on this day in 2000, {{eng|Pokémon Stadium}} was released in the US.}}
   
   
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| {{#time: z|March 3}} = Today is {{adv|Yellow}}'s birthday. On this day in 2001, both ''[[EP141|Good 'Quil Hunting]]'' and ''[[EP142|A Shadow of a Drought]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 3}} = Today is {{adv|Yellow}}'s birthday. On this day in 2001, both ''[[EP141|Good 'Quil Hunting]]'' and ''[[EP142|A Shadow of a Drought]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 4}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP086|Pikachu Re-Volts]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2000, both ''[[EP089|Shell Shock!]]'' and ''[[EP092|The Joy of Pokémon]]'' premiered in the US and in 2011, {{game|Black and White|s}} were released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|March 4}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP086|Pikachu Re-Volts]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2000, both ''[[EP089|Shell Shock!]]'' and ''[[EP092|The Joy of Pokémon]]'' premiered in the US and in 2011, {{game|Black and White|s}} were released in Europe.
| {{#time: z|March 5}} = On this day in 1997, the very first expansion to the [[Pokemon Trading Card Game]], called [[Jungle_(TCG)|Jungle]] was released in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|March 5}} = On this day in 1997, the very first expansion to the [[Pokemon Trading Card Game]], called {{TCG|Jungle}} was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|March 6}} = Today is [[Masayuki Omoro]] and [[Hirotaka Suzuoki]]'s birthday. On this day in 1999, both ''[[EP046|Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon]]'' and ''[[EP047|A Chansey Operation]]'' premiered in the US; in 2006, [[Pokémon Trozei!]] was released in the US; in 2010, [[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs]] was released in Japan and in 2011, {{game|Black and White|s}} were released in North America
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| {{#time: z|March 6}} = Today is [[Masayuki Omoro]] and [[Hirotaka Suzuoki]]'s birthday. On this day in 1999, both ''[[EP046|Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon]]'' and ''[[EP047|A Chansey Operation]]'' premiered in the US; in 2006, [[Pokémon Trozei!]] was released in the US; in 2010, [[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs]] was released in Japan and in 2011, {{game|Black and White|s}} were released in North America.
 
| {{#time: z|March 7}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP239|Whichever Way the Wind Blows]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|March 7}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP239|Whichever Way the Wind Blows]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|March 8}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP188|Spring Fever]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP238|Nice Pryce, Baby!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 8}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP188|Spring Fever]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP238|Nice Pryce, Baby!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|March 10}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP143|Going Apricorn!]]'' premiered in the US and in 2011, {{game|Black and White|s}} were released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|March 10}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP143|Going Apricorn!]]'' premiered in the US and in 2011, {{game|Black and White|s}} were released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|March 11}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP087|The Crystal Onix]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP093|Navel Maneuvers]]'' premiered in the US and in 2005 [[Pokémon Dash]] was released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|March 11}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP087|The Crystal Onix]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP093|Navel Maneuvers]]'' premiered in the US and in 2005 [[Pokémon Dash]] was released in Europe.
| {{#time: z|March 12}} = On this day in 2005, the [[PokéPark_(theme_park)|PokéPark]] open in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|March 12}} = On this day in 2005, the {{OBP|PokéPark|theme park}} opens in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|March 13}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP048|Holy Matrimony!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 13}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP048|Holy Matrimony!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 14}} = Today is [[Plum]]'s birthday. On this day in 2002, ''[[EP240|Some Like it Hot]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, [[Pokémon Dash]] was released in the US and in 2009, {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} were released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 14}} = Today is [[Plum]]'s birthday. On this day in 2002, ''[[EP240|Some Like it Hot]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, [[Pokémon Dash]] was released in the US and in 2009, {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} were released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 15}} = Today is [[Lorelei]]'s birthday. On this day in 2001, ''[[EP189|Freeze Frame]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2002 [[Pokémon mini]] was released in Europe and in 2003, both ''[[AG001|Get the Show on the Road]]'' and ''[[AG002|A Ruin with a View]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 15}} = Today is [[Lorelei]]'s birthday. On this day in 2001, ''[[EP189|Freeze Frame]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2002 [[Pokémon mini]] was released in Europe and in 2003, both ''[[AG001|Get the Show on the Road]]'' and ''[[AG002|A Ruin with a View]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 16}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP139|Mild 'n Wooly]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2002, ''[[EP194|Ring Masters]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 16}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP139|Mild 'n Wooly]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2002, ''[[EP194|Ring Masters]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|March 17}} = On this day in 2001, both ''[[EP144|Gettin' The Bugs Out]]'' and ''[[EP145|A Farfetch'd Tale]]'' premiered in the US; in 2012 [[Pokémon Conquest]] was released in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|March 17}} = On this day in 2001, both ''[[EP144|Gettin' The Bugs Out]]'' and ''[[EP145|A Farfetch'd Tale]]'' premiered in the US; and in 2012, [[Pokémon Conquest]] was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|March 18}} = Today is [[Shin'ichirō Miki]]'s birthday. On this day in 1999, ''[[EP088|In the Pink]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|March 18}} = Today is [[Shin'ichirō Miki]]'s birthday. On this day in 1999, ''[[EP088|In the Pink]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|March 19}} = On this day in 2003, {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}} were released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 19}} = On this day in 2003, {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}} were released in the US.
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| {{#time: z|March 21}} = On this day in 1999, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released in Japan on [[Nintendo 64]]; in 2001, the [[Game Boy Advance]] was released in Japan and in 2002, ''[[EP241|Hocus Pokémon]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|March 21}} = On this day in 1999, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released in Japan on [[Nintendo 64]]; in 2001, the [[Game Boy Advance]] was released in Japan and in 2002, ''[[EP241|Hocus Pokémon]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|March 22}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP190|The Stolen Stones!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP239|Whichever Way the Wind Blows]]'' premiered in the US; in 2007 [[Pokémon Dash]] was released in South Korea and in 2009, {{game|Platinum}} was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 22}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP190|The Stolen Stones!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP239|Whichever Way the Wind Blows]]'' premiered in the US; in 2007 [[Pokémon Dash]] was released in South Korea and in 2009, {{game|Platinum}} was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|March 23}} = On this day in 2000, {{eng|Pokémon Stadium}} was released in Australia and ''[[EP140|Wired for Battle!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2002, ''[[EP195|The Poké Spokesman]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003, the [[Game Boy Advance SP]] was released in the US; in 2004, [[Pokémon Colosseum]] was released in the US and in 2006, {{ga|Pokémon Ranger}} was released in Japan; also ''[[M09|Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea]]'' debuted in the US. In 2012 [[PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond]] was released in Europe.
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| {{#time: z|March 23}} = On this day in 2000, {{eng|Pokémon Stadium}} was released in Australia and ''[[EP140|Wired for Battle!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2002, ''[[EP195|The Poké Spokesman]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003, the [[Game Boy Advance SP]] was released in the US; in 2004, [[Pokémon Colosseum]] was released in the US and in 2006, {{ga|Pokémon Ranger}} was released in Japan; also ''[[M09|Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea]]'' debuted in the US; and in 2012, [[PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond]] was released in Europe.
| {{#time: z|March 24}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP146|Tricks of the Trade]]'' premiered in the US; in 2011 [[Pokémon Trading Card Game Online]] was released in North America, Australia and Europe
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| {{#time: z|March 24}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP146|Tricks of the Trade]]'' premiered in the US; in 2011, [[Pokémon Trading Card Game Online]] was released in North America, Australia and Europe
 
| {{#time: z|March 25}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP089|Shell Shock!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP094|Snack Attack]]'', ''[[EP095|A Shipful of Shivers]]'' and ''[[EP096|Meowth Rules!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008, [[My Pokémon Ranch]] was released in Japan and in 2010, {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} were released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|March 25}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP089|Shell Shock!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP094|Snack Attack]]'', ''[[EP095|A Shipful of Shivers]]'' and ''[[EP096|Meowth Rules!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008, [[My Pokémon Ranch]] was released in Japan and in 2010, {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} were released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|March 26}} = On this day in 2010, {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} were released in {{tt|Europe|Except Dutch versions}}.
 
| {{#time: z|March 26}} = On this day in 2010, {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} were released in {{tt|Europe|Except Dutch versions}}.
 
| {{#time: z|March 27}} = Today is [[Aoi Yūki]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, the [[Pokémon Pikachu]] was released in Japan, and in 1999, ''[[EP050|Who Gets to Keep Togepi?]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 27}} = Today is [[Aoi Yūki]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, the [[Pokémon Pikachu]] was released in Japan, and in 1999, ''[[EP050|Who Gets to Keep Togepi?]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 28}} = Today is [[Chika Fujimura]]'s birthday. On this day in 2001, [[Pokémon Stadium 2]] was released in the US and [[Pokémon Card GB2]] was released in Japan; in 2002, ''[[EP242|As Clear as Crystal]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, the [[Game Boy Advance SP]] was released in Australia and in 2010, the [[Nintendo DSi XL]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 28}} = Today is [[Chika Fujimura]]'s birthday. On this day in 2001, [[Pokémon Stadium 2]] was released in the US and [[Pokémon Card GB2]] was released in Japan; in 2002, ''[[EP242|As Clear as Crystal]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, the [[Game Boy Advance SP]] was released in Australia and in 2010, the [[Nintendo DSi XL]] was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|March 29}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP191|The Dunsparce Deception]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2003, ''[[EP240|Some Like it Hot]]'' premiered in the US. In 2012 [[PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond]] was released in Australia.
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| {{#time: z|March 29}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP191|The Dunsparce Deception]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2003, ''[[EP240|Some Like it Hot]]'' premiered in the US; and in 2012, [[PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond]] was released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|March 30}} = Today is [[Megumi Hayashibara]]'s birthday. On this day in 2000, ''[[EP141|Good 'Quil Hunting]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2002, ''[[EP196|Control Freak!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 30}} = Today is [[Megumi Hayashibara]]'s birthday. On this day in 2000, ''[[EP141|Good 'Quil Hunting]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2002, ''[[EP196|Control Freak!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 31}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP148|No Big Woop!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|March 31}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP148|No Big Woop!]]'' premiered in the US.
   
   
| {{#time: z|April 1}} = Today is [[April Fool's Day {{CURRENTYEAR}}|April Fool's Day]]! On this day in 1997, the {{pkmn|anime}} premiered in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|April 1}} = Today is [[April Fool's Day {{CURRENTYEAR}}|April Fool's Day]]! On this day in 1997, the {{pkmn|anime}} premiered in Japan with the episode ''[[EP001|Pokémon - I Choose You!]]''
 
| {{#time: z|April 2}} = On this day in 2004 [[Pokémon Channel]] was released in Europe; in 2009, the [[Nintendo DSi]] was released in Australia and in 2010, {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} were released in {{tt|Europe|Dutch versions}}. On this day in 2005, Bulbanews was launched to the general public.
 
| {{#time: z|April 2}} = On this day in 2004 [[Pokémon Channel]] was released in Europe; in 2009, the [[Nintendo DSi]] was released in Australia and in 2010, {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} were released in {{tt|Europe|Dutch versions}}. On this day in 2005, Bulbanews was launched to the general public.
 
| {{#time: z|April 3}} = On this day in 2003, {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}} were released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|April 3}} = On this day in 2003, {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}} were released in Australia.
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| {{#time: z|April 19}} = Today is [[Kiyotaka Furushima]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|April 19}} = Today is [[Kiyotaka Furushima]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|April 20}} = On this day in 2008, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness]] were released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|April 20}} = On this day in 2008, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness]] were released in the US.
| {{#time: z|April 21}} = On this day in 1989, the [[Game Boy]] was released in Japan and in 2011, {{game|Black and White|s}} were released in South Korea; also in 2011 [[Battle & Get! Pokémon Typing DS]] was released in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|April 21}} = On this day in 1989, the [[Game Boy]] was released in Japan and in 2011, {{game|Black and White|s}} were released in South Korea and [[Battle & Get! Pokémon Typing DS]] were released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|April 22}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP004|Challenge of the Samurai]]'' premiered in Japan. On this day in 2007, {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}} were released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|April 22}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP004|Challenge of the Samurai]]'' premiered in Japan. On this day in 2007, {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}} were released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|April 23}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP041|Wake Up Snorlax!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG075|Whiscash and Ash]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP124|To Thine Own Pokémon Be True!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2011, ''[[BW012|Here Comes the Trubbish Squad!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|April 23}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP041|Wake Up Snorlax!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG075|Whiscash and Ash]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP124|To Thine Own Pokémon Be True!]]'' premiered in Japan and in 2011, ''[[BW012|Here Comes the Trubbish Squad!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|April 24}} = On this day in 2002, {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} were released in South Korea.
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| {{#time: z|April 24}} = On this day in 2000 {{TCG|Team Rocket}} was released in English languages; in 2002, {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} were released in South Korea.
 
| {{#time: z|April 25}} = Today is [[Tomoko Kawakami]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|April 25}} = Today is [[Tomoko Kawakami]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|April 26}} = On this day in 1999, [[Super Smash Bros.]] was released in the US on [[Nintendo 64]].
 
| {{#time: z|April 26}} = On this day in 1999, [[Super Smash Bros.]] was released in the US on [[Nintendo 64]].
 
| {{#time: z|April 27}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP145|A Farfetch'd Tale]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2002, ''[[EP199|Current Events]]'' premiered in the US and in 2006, ''[[AG174|New Plot, Odd Lot!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|April 27}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP145|A Farfetch'd Tale]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2002, ''[[EP199|Current Events]]'' premiered in the US and in 2006, ''[[AG174|New Plot, Odd Lot!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|April 28}} = On this day in 2006, [[Pokémon Trozei!]] was released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|April 28}} = On this day in 2006, [[Pokémon Trozei!]] was released in Australia.
| {{#time: z|April 29}} = Today is [[Fumihiko Tachiki]]'s birthday. On this day in 2010, [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]] was released in South Korea.
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| {{#time: z|April 29}} = Today is [[Fumihiko Tachiki]]'s birthday. On this day in 2010, [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]] was released in South Korea; in 1997, ''[[EP005 | Showdown in Pewter City]]'' aired in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|April 30}} = Today is {{adv|Crystal}}'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP042|Showdown at Dark City]]'' premiered in Japan. On this day in 1999, {{Eng|Pokémon Stadium}} was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|April 30}} = Today is {{adv|Crystal}}'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP042|Showdown at Dark City]]'' premiered in Japan. On this day in 1999, {{Eng|Pokémon Stadium}} was released in Japan.
   
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| {{#time: z|June 1}} = Today is {{adv|Green}} and [[Pistachio]]'s birthday. On this day in 2006, the [[Nintendo DS Lite]] was released in Australia and in 2004 ''[[M06|Jirachi: Wish Maker]]'' was released in the US.
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| {{#time: z|June 1}} = Today is {{adv|Green}} and [[Pistachio]]'s birthday. On this day in 2001 {{TCG|Neo Discovery}} was released in English languages; in 2006, the [[Nintendo DS Lite]] was released in Australia and in 2004 ''[[M06|Jirachi: Wish Maker]]'' was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|June 2}} = On this day in 2005, {{game|Emerald}} was released in Australia and in 2009 {{game|Platinum}} was released in South Korea.
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| {{#time: z|June 2}} = On this day in 2005, {{game|Emerald}} was released in Australia. In 2009, {{game|Platinum}} was released in {{pmin|South Korea}}. Also in 2009, the first volume of [[VIZ Media]]'s reissue of [[Pokémon Adventures]] was released.
 
| {{#time: z|June 3}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP010|Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|June 3}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP010|Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|June 6}} = Today is [[Minami Tsuda]]'s birthday. On this day in 2011 [[Pokédex 3D]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|June 6}} = Today is [[Minami Tsuda]]'s birthday. On this day in 2011 [[Pokédex 3D]] was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|June 7}} = On this day in 2011 [[Pokédex 3D]] was released in both Europe and Australia.
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| {{#time: z|June 7}} = On this day in 2011, [[Pokédex 3D]] was released in both Europe and Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|June 8}} = Today is [[Mamoru Miyano]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|June 8}} = Today is [[Mamoru Miyano]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|June 9}} = Today is [[Tomoe Hanba]]'s birthday. On this day in 2008, [[My Pokémon Ranch]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|June 9}} = Today is [[Tomoe Hanba]]'s birthday. On this day in 2008, [[My Pokémon Ranch]] was released in the US.
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| {{#time: z|June 12}} = On this day in 2009, [[Super Smash Bros.]] was released in Europe on [[Virtual Console]].
 
| {{#time: z|June 12}} = On this day in 2009, [[Super Smash Bros.]] was released in Europe on [[Virtual Console]].
 
| {{#time: z|June 15}} = Today is [[Yūji Ueda]]'s birthday. On this day in 2001, [[Pokémon Puzzle Challenge]] was released in both Australia and Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|June 15}} = Today is [[Yūji Ueda]]'s birthday. On this day in 2001, [[Pokémon Puzzle Challenge]] was released in both Australia and Europe.
| {{#time: z|June 16}} = On this day in 1999, the very first expansion to the [[Pokemon Trading Card Game]], called [[Jungle_(TCG)|Jungle]], was released in North America, in 2000, {{game|Yellow}} was released in the Europe and in 2009, [[Pokémon Rumble]] was released in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|June 16}} = On this day in 1999, the very first expansion to the [[Pokemon Trading Card Game]], called {{TCG|Jungle}}, was released in North America, in 2000, {{game|Yellow}} was released in the Europe and in 2009, [[Pokémon Rumble]] was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|June 17}} = Today is [[Koichi Yamadera]]'s birthday. On this day in 2011 [[Pokédex 3D]] was released in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|June 17}} = Today is [[Koichi Yamadera]]'s birthday. On this day in 2011 [[Pokédex 3D]] was released in Japan, and ''[[EP012|Here Comes the Squirtle Squad]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|June 18}} = Today is [[Yumi Kakazu]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|June 18}} = Today is [[Yumi Kakazu]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|June 19}} = On this day in 2008, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness]] were released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|June 19}} = On this day in 2008, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness]] were released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|June 21}} = On this day in 2007, {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}} were released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|June 21}} = On this day in 2007, {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}} were released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|June 22}} = On this day in 2001, the [[Game Boy Advance]] was released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|June 22}} = On this day in 2001, the [[Game Boy Advance]] was released in Australia.
| {{#time: z|June 23}} = On this day in 1996, the [[Nintendo 64]] was released in Japan. On this day in 2012, [[Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Pokémon Black 2 and White 2]] were released in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|June 23}} = On this day in 1996, the [[Nintendo 64]] was released in Japan. On this day in 2012, [[Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Pokémon Black 2, White 2]], and [[Pokémon Dream Radar]] were released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|June 24}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP018|Beauty and the Beach]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003, the [[Game Boy Player]] was released in Japan and in 2004, [[Pokémon Colosseum]] was released in Australia.
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| {{#time: z|June 24}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP018|Beauty and the Beach]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003, the [[Game Boy Player]] was released in Japan and in 2004, [[Pokémon Colosseum]] was released in Australia, and ''[[EP013|Mystery at the Lighthouse]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|June 25}} = On this day in 2007, [[Pokémon Battle Revolution]] was released in the US.
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| {{#time: z|June 25}} = On this day in 1999 {{TCG|Gym Challenge}} was released in Japan; in 2007, [[Pokémon Battle Revolution]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|June 26}} = On this day in 2008, [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]] was released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|June 26}} = On this day in 2008, [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]] was released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|June 27}} = On this day in 2007, {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}} were released in Europe; in 2008, [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]] was released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|June 27}} = On this day in 2007, {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}} were released in Europe; in 2008, [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]] was released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|June 28}} = Today is [[Akiko Kimura]]'s birthday. On this day in 1999, [[Pokémon Pinball]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|June 28}} = Today is [[Akiko Kimura]]'s birthday. On this day in 1999, [[Pokémon Pinball]] was released in the US.
   
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| {{#time: z|July 1}} = Today is [[Rachael Lillis]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP014|Electric Shock Showdown]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|July 1}} = Today is [[Rachael Lillis]]'s birthday.
 
 
| {{#time: z|July 2}} = Today is {{adv|Ruby}}'s birthday. On this day in 2011, ''[[BW022|A Venipede Stampede]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 2}} = Today is {{adv|Ruby}}'s birthday. On this day in 2011, ''[[BW022|A Venipede Stampede]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 3}} = Today is [[Hazel]]'s birthday. On this day in 2010, ''[[DP162|Playing the Performance Encore!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 3}} = Today is [[Hazel]]'s birthday. On this day in 2010, ''[[DP162|Playing the Performance Encore!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|July 4}} = Today is the {{wp|Independence Day (United States)|American Independence day}}! Also, on this day in 2008, [[My Pokémon Ranch]] was released in Australia.
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| {{#time: z|July 4}} = On this day in 2008, [[My Pokémon Ranch]] was released in Australia.
| {{#time: z|July 6}} = Today is {{adv|Pearl}}'s birthday.
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| {{#time: z|July 6}} = Today is {{adv|Pearl}}'s birthday; additionally in 2011 [[Pokédex 3D]] was released in North America
| {{#time: z|July 7}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[M04|Pokémon 4Ever - Celebi: Voice of the Forest]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters.
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| {{#time: z|July 7}} = On this day in 2000 {{TCG|Neo Discovery}} was released in Japan; in 2001, ''[[M04|Pokémon 4Ever - Celebi: Voice of the Forest]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters; in 2011 [[Pokédex 3D]] was released in Europe and Australia.
| {{#time: z|July 8}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[M03|Pokémon the Movie 3 - Spell of the Unown]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters.
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| {{#time: z|July 8}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP015|Battle Aboard the St. Anne]]'' premiered in Japan, and in 2000, ''[[M03|Pokémon the Movie 3 - Spell of the Unown]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters.
 
| {{#time: z|July 9}} = On this day in 2010 [[PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure]] was released in Europe; in 2011, ''[[BW023|Battling for the Love of Bug-Types!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 9}} = On this day in 2010 [[PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure]] was released in Europe; in 2011, ''[[BW023|Battling for the Love of Bug-Types!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 10}} = On this day in 2010, ''[[M13|Zoroark: Master of Illusions]]'' premiered in Japan and ''[[DP163|Fighting Ire With Fire!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 10}} = On this day in 2010, ''[[M13|Zoroark: Master of Illusions]]'' premiered in Japan and ''[[DP163|Fighting Ire With Fire!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 11}} = Rain is present on {{rt|213|Sinnoh}} today. On this day in 2009, ''[[DP114|Another One Gabites the Dust!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 11}} = Rain is present on {{rt|213|Sinnoh}} today. On this day in 2009, ''[[DP114|Another One Gabites the Dust!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 12}} = On this day in 2004, [[Pokémon Box Ruby & Sapphire]] was released in the US and in 2007 [[Pokémon Battle Revolution]] was released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|July 12}} = On this day in 2004, [[Pokémon Box Ruby & Sapphire]] was released in the US and in 2007 [[Pokémon Battle Revolution]] was released in Europe.
| {{#time: z|July 13}} = On this day in 1999 [[Pokémon Pinball]] was released in Australia; in 2002, ''[[M05|Pokémon Heroes]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters.
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| {{#time: z|July 13}} = On this day in 1999, [[Pokémon Pinball]] was released in Australia; in 2002, ''[[M05|Pokémon Heroes]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters.
| {{#time: z|July 14}} = On this day in 2007, ''[[M10|The Rise of Darkrai]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters.
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| {{#time: z|July 14}} = On this day in 2007, ''[[M10|The Rise of Darkrai]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters; in 2012 [[Pokédex 3D Pro]] was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|July 15}} = On this day in 2006, ''[[M09|Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters; in 2011 [[Pokémon Say Tap?]] was released in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|July 15}} = On this day in 2006, ''[[M09|Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters; in 2011, [[Pokémon Say Tap?]] was released in Japan; in 1997, ''[[EP016|Pokémon Shipwreck]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|July 16}} = On this day in 2004, [[Pokémon Box Ruby & Sapphire]] was released in Australia; in 2005 ''[[M08|Lucario and the Mystery of Mew]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2011 ''[[M14|White—Victini and Zekrom and Black—Victini and Reshiram]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters and ''[[BW024|Emolga the Irresistible!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 16}} = On this day in 2004, [[Pokémon Box Ruby & Sapphire]] was released in Australia; in 2005 ''[[M08|Lucario and the Mystery of Mew]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2011 ''[[M14|White—Victini and Zekrom and Black—Victini and Reshiram]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters and ''[[BW024|Emolga the Irresistible!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|July 17}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[M02|Pokémon the Movie 2000 - The Power of One]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters; in 2004 ''[[M07|Destiny Deoxys]]''; and in 2010 ''[[DP164|Piplup, Up and Away!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|July 17}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[M02|Pokémon the Movie 2000 - The Power of One]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters; in 2004 ''[[M07|Destiny Deoxys]]''; in 2010 ''[[DP164|Piplup, Up and Away!]]'' premiered in the US; and in 2011, [[Pokédex 3D]] was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|July 18}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[M01|Pokémon the First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back]]'' was released to Japanese theaters; in 2003, [[Pokémon Channel]] was released in Japan and in 2009 ''[[M12|Arceus and the Jewel of Life]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|July 18}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[M01|Pokémon the First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back]]'' was released to Japanese theaters; in 2003, [[Pokémon Channel]] was released in Japan and in 2009 ''[[M12|Arceus and the Jewel of Life]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|July 19}} = On this day in 2003, ''[[M06|Jirachi: Wish Maker]]'' and in 2008, ''[[M11|Giratina and the Sky Warrior]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters; also in 2008, ''[[DP066|Lost Leader Strategy!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 19}} = On this day in 2003, ''[[M06|Jirachi: Wish Maker]]'' and in 2008, ''[[M11|Giratina and the Sky Warrior]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters; also in 2008, ''[[DP066|Lost Leader Strategy!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|July 21}} = Today is [[Tom Wayland]], {{adv|Gold}} and {{obp|Serebii|person}}'s birthday. On this day in 2000, ''[[M02|Pokémon the Movie 2000 - The Power of One]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|July 21}} = Today is [[Tom Wayland]], {{adv|Gold}}, and {{obp|Serebii|person}}'s birthday. On this day in 1997 {{TCG|Fossils}} was released in Japan and in 2000, ''[[M02|Pokémon the Movie 2000 - The Power of One]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|July 22}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP017|The Island of the Giant Pokemon]]'' aired in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|July 23}} = On this day in 2011, ''[[BW025|Emolga and the New Volt Switch!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 23}} = On this day in 2011, ''[[BW025|Emolga and the New Volt Switch!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 24}} = On this day in 2010, ''[[DP165|Flint Sparks the Fire!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 24}} = On this day in 2010, ''[[DP165|Flint Sparks the Fire!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|August 1}} = Today is {{adv|Giovanni}}'s birthday. On this day in 1998, {{Jap|Pokémon Stadium}} was released in Japan and in 2003, [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]] was released in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|August 1}} = Today is {{adv|Giovanni}}'s birthday. On this day in 1998, {{Jap|Pokémon Stadium}} was released in Japan and in 2003, [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]] was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|August 2}} = On this day in 2008, ''[[DP068|A Triple Fighting Chance!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 2}} = On this day in 2008, ''[[DP068|A Triple Fighting Chance!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|August 3}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP158|A Goldenrod Opportunity]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 2006, ''[[AG186|Overjoyed!]]'' premiered in Japan;
 
| {{#time: z|August 4}} = Today is [[Wasabi Mizuta]]'s birthday. On this day in 2005, [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness]] was released in Japan; in 2009, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon (WiiWare)|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Keep Going! Blazing Adventure Squad!, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Let's Go! Stormy Adventure Squad!, and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Go For It! Light Adventure Squad!]] were released in Japan and in 2011, ''[[BW041|The Club Battle Hearts of Fury: Emolga Versus Sawk!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|August 4}} = Today is [[Wasabi Mizuta]]'s birthday. On this day in 2005, [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness]] was released in Japan; in 2009, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon (WiiWare)|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Keep Going! Blazing Adventure Squad!, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Let's Go! Stormy Adventure Squad!, and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Go For It! Light Adventure Squad!]] were released in Japan and in 2011, ''[[BW041|The Club Battle Hearts of Fury: Emolga Versus Sawk!]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|August 5}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP019|Tentacool & Tentacruel]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2011 [[Pokémon Card Game: How to Play DS]] was released in Japan
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| {{#time: z|August 5}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP019|Tentacool & Tentacruel]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 2011, [[Pokémon Card Game: How to Play DS]] was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|August 6}} = Today is [[Jamie McGonnigal]]'s birthday. On this day in 2011, ''[[BW027|The Dragon Master's Path!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 6}} = Today is [[Jamie McGonnigal]]'s birthday. On this day in 2011, ''[[BW027|The Dragon Master's Path!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 7}} = Today is [[Coconut]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|August 7}} = Today is [[Coconut]]'s birthday.
| {{#time: z|August 8}} = Today is {{adv|Red}}'s birthday.
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| {{#time: z|August 8}} = Today is {{adv|Red}}'s birthday. In 1997, the first collected volume of [[Pokémon Adventures]] was released on this day.
 
| {{#time: z|August 9}} = On this day in 2008, ''[[DP069|Enter Galactic!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 9}} = On this day in 2008, ''[[DP069|Enter Galactic!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|August 11}} = On this day in 2011, [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]] was released in Japan, and [[BW042|Club Battle Finale: A Hero's Outcome!]]'' premiered in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|August 10}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP159|A Dairy Tale Ending]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 2006, ''[[AG187|The Unbeatable Lightness of Seeing]]'' premiered in Japan;
| {{#time: z|August 12}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP108|Pokémon Double Trouble]]'' premiered in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|August 11}} = On this day in 2011, [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]] was released in Japan, and ''[[BW042|Club Battle Finale: A Hero's Outcome!]]'' premiered in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|August 12}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP020|Ghost of the Maiden's Peak]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 1999, ''[[EP108|Pokémon Double Trouble]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|August 13}} = On this day in 2011, ''[[BW028|Oshawott's Lost Scalchop!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 13}} = On this day in 2011, ''[[BW028|Oshawott's Lost Scalchop!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|August 14}} = On this day in 2000 {{TCG|Gym Heroes}} was released in English languages; in 2003, ''[[AG038|A Different Kind of Misty!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2008, ''[[DP089|Up Close and Personable!]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 2010, ''[[DP168|Keeping In Top Forme!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|August 15}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP261|Here's Lookin' at You, Elekid]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 2009, ''[[DP119|Trials and Adulations!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 16}} = On this day in 2008, ''[[DP070|The Bells Are Singing!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 16}} = On this day in 2008, ''[[DP070|The Bells Are Singing!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|August 17}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP160|Air Time!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2002, ''[[EP205|The Kecleon Caper]]'' premiered in the US; and in 2006, ''[[AG188|Pinch Healing]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|August 18}} = Today is [[Ikue Ohtani]]'s birthday. On this day in 2011, ''[[BW043|Meowth's Scrafty Tactics!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|August 18}} = Today is [[Ikue Ohtani]]'s birthday. On this day in 2011, ''[[BW043|Meowth's Scrafty Tactics!]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|August 19}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP107|Pokémon Food Fight!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|August 19}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP107|Pokémon Food Fight!]]'' premiered in the US; in 1997, [EP021|Bye Bye Butterfree]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|August 20}} = On this day in 2011, ''[[BW029|Cottonee in Love!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 20}} = On this day in 2011, ''[[BW029|Cottonee in Love!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|August 21}} = On this day in 2003, ''[[AG039|A Poké-BLOCK Party!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2008, ''[[DP090|Ghoul Daze!]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 2010, ''[[DP170|An Elite Coverup!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 22}} = Today is [[Kether Donahue]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|August 22}} = Today is [[Kether Donahue]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|August 23}} = On this day in 2003, [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 23}} = On this day in 2003, [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]] was released in the US.
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| {{#time: z|August 24}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP161|The Bug Stops Here]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2002, ''[[EP206|The Joy of Water Pokémon]]'' premiered in the US; and in 2006, ''[[AG189|Gathering the Gang of Four]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|August 25}} = On this day in 2011, ''[[BW044|Purrloin: Sweet or Sneaky?]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|August 25}} = On this day in 2011, ''[[BW044|Purrloin: Sweet or Sneaky?]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|August 26}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP106|The Pokémon Water War]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|August 26}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP106|The Pokémon Water War]]'' premiered in the US; in 1997, ''[[EP022|Abra and the Psychic Showdown]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|August 27}} = On this day in 2011, ''[[BW030|A UFO for Elgyem!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 27}} = On this day in 2011, ''[[BW030|A UFO for Elgyem!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 28}} = Today is [[Satoshi Tajiri]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|August 28}} = Today is [[Satoshi Tajiri]]'s birthday.
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| {{#time: z|August 29}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP263|Address Unown!]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 2009, ''[[DP122|Stopped in the Name of Love!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|August 30}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP213|A Corsola Caper!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP261|Here's Lookin' at You, Elekid]]'' premiered in the US; in 2007, ''[[DP045|Ill-Will Hunting!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2008, ''[[DP074|Pika and Goliath!]]'' premiered in the US; and in 2012, ''[[BW092]]'' premiered in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|August 31}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP162|Type Casting]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2002, ''[[EP207|Got Miltank?]]'' premiered in the US; and in 2006, ''[[AG190|Pace - The Final Frontier]]'' premiered in Japan.
   
   
| {{#time: z|September 1}} = Today is also [[Almond]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, {{game|Red and Blue|s}} were released in the US; in 2000 [[Pokémon Puzzle League]] was released in Australia.
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| {{#time: z|September 1}} = Today is [[Almond]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, {{game|Red and Blue|s}} were released in the US; in 2000, [[Pokémon Puzzle League]] was released in Australia.
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| {{#time: z|September 2}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP023|The Tower of Terror]]'' premiered in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|September 3}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP061|The Misty Mermaid]]'' premiered in Japan, in 2005, ''[[AG089|A Scare to Remember]]'' and ''[[AG090|Pokéblock, Stock and Berry]]'' premiered in the US, in 2009, ''[[DP141|Challenging a Towering Figure!]]'' premiered in Japan, and in 2011, ''[[BW031|Ash and Trip's Third Battle!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|September 4}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP052|Princess vs. Princess]]'' premiered in the US, in 2003, ''[[AG041|What You Seed is What You Get]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, ''[[AG039|A Poké-BLOCK Party!]]'' and ''[[AG040|Watt's with Wattson]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008, ''[[DP092|A Lean Mean Team Rocket Machine!]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 2010, ''[[DP172|With the Easiest of Grace!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|September 5}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP264|Mother of All Battles]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 2009, ''[[DP123|Old Rivals, New Tricks!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|September 6}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP214|Mantine Overboard!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP262|You're a Star, Larvitar]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008, ''[[DP075|Our Cup Runneth Over!]]'' premiered in the US; and in 2012 ''[[BW093]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|September 7}} = On this day in 1998, the {{pkmn|anime}} premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 7}} = On this day in 1998, the {{pkmn|anime}} premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 8}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP001|Pokémon - I Choose You!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 8}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP001|Pokémon - I Choose You!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|September 9}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP002|Pokémon Emergency!]]'' premiered in the US and in 2004, {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}} were released in the US.
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| {{#time: z|September 9}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP002|Pokémon Emergency!]]'' premiered in the US and in 2004, {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}} were released in the US; in 1997, ''[[EP024|Haunter versus Kadabra]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|September 10}} = Today is [[Tomo Sakurai]]'s birthday. In 1998, ''[[EP003|Ash Catches a Pokémon]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 10}} = Today is [[Tomo Sakurai]]'s birthday. In 1998, ''[[EP003|Ash Catches a Pokémon]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 11}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP004|Challenge of the Samurai]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 11}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP004|Challenge of the Samurai]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 12}} = On this day in 1998, {{game|Yellow}} was released in Japan and in 2009, {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} were released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|September 12}} = On this day in 1998, {{game|Yellow}} was released in Japan and in 2009, {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} were released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|September 13}} = Today is [[Susumu Chiba]]'s birthday. On this day in 2005, the [[Game Boy micro]] was released in Japan; in 2007, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness]] were released in Japan and in 2008, {{game|Platinum}} was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|September 13}} = Today is [[Susumu Chiba]]'s birthday. On this day in 2005, the [[Game Boy micro]] was released in Japan; in 2007, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness]] were released in Japan and in 2008, {{game|Platinum}} was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|September 14}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP005|Showdown in Pewter City]]'' premiered in the US; in 2001, the [[Nintendo GameCube]] was released in Japan and in 2007, [[Pokémon Battrio]] was released in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|September 14}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP005|Showdown in Pewter City]]'' premiered in the US; in 2001, the [[Nintendo GameCube]]was released in Japan and in 2007, [[Pokémon Battrio]] was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|September 15}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP006|Clefairy and the Moon Stone]]'' premiered in the US; in 1999, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released in Australia on [[Nintendo 64]] and in 2000 [[Pokémon Snap]] was released in Europe on [[Nintendo 64]].
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| {{#time: z|September 15}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP006|Clefairy and the Moon Stone]]'' premiered in the US; in 1999, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released in Australia on [[Nintendo 64]] and in 2000, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released in Europe on [[Nintendo 64]].
| {{#time: z|September 16}} = Today is [[Solana]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP007|The Water Flowers of Cerulean City]]'' premiered in the US and in 2004, {{game|Emerald}} was released in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|September 16}} = Today is [[Solana]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP007|The Water Flowers of Cerulean City]]'' premiered in the US and in 2004, {{game|Emerald}} was released in Japan; in 1997, ''[[EP025|Primeape Goes Bananas]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|September 17}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP008|The Path to the Pokémon League]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 17}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP008|The Path to the Pokémon League]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 18}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP009|The School of Hard Knocks]]'' premiered in the US; in 2006, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team]] were released in the US and in 2010, {{game|Black and White|s}} were released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|September 18}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP009|The School of Hard Knocks]]'' premiered in the US; in 2006, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team]] were released in the US and in 2010, {{game|Black and White|s}} were released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|September 19}} = On this day in 2005, the [[Game Boy micro]] was released in the US and in 2006 ''[[M08|Lucario and the Mystery of Mew]]'' was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 19}} = On this day in 2005, the [[Game Boy micro]] was released in the US and in 2006 ''[[M08|Lucario and the Mystery of Mew]]'' was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 20}} = Today is [[Sarah Natochenny]] and {{adv|Sapphire}}'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|September 20}} = Today is [[Sarah Natochenny]] and {{adv|Sapphire}}'s birthday.
| {{#time: z|September 21}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP010|Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village]]'' premiered in the US; in 2000 [[Pokémon Puzzle Challenge]] was released in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|September 21}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP010|Bulbasaur and the Hidden Village]]'' premiered in the US; in 2000, [[Pokémon Puzzle Challenge]] was released in Japan and in 2001 {{TCG|Neo Revelation}} was released in English languages.
 
| {{#time: z|September 22}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP011|Charmander – The Stray Pokémon]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 22}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP011|Charmander – The Stray Pokémon]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|September 23}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP012|Here Comes the Squirtle Squad]]'' premiered in the US and in 2004, {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}} were released in Australia. In 2010 [[PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure]] was released in Australia.
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| {{#time: z|September 23}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP026|Pokémon Scent-Sation]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1998, ''[[EP012|Here Comes the Squirtle Squad]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}} were released in Australia; and in 2010, [[PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure]] was released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|September 24}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP013|Mystery at the Lighthouse]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003 [[Pokémon Advanced Generation: I've Begun Hiragana and Katakana!]] was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|September 24}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP013|Mystery at the Lighthouse]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003 [[Pokémon Advanced Generation: I've Begun Hiragana and Katakana!]] was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|September 25}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP014|Electric Shock Showdown]]'' premiered in the US; in 2000 [[Pokémon Puzzle League]] was released in the US on [[Nintendo 64]]
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| {{#time: z|September 25}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP014|Electric Shock Showdown]]'' premiered in the US; in 2000, [[Pokémon Puzzle League]] was released in the US on [[Nintendo 64]]
 
| {{#time: z|September 26}} = On this day in 1996, the [[Nintendo 64]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 26}} = On this day in 1996, the [[Nintendo 64]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 27}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP015|Battle Aboard the St. Anne]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 27}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP015|Battle Aboard the St. Anne]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 28}} = On this day in 2006, {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}} were released in Japan and [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team]] were released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|September 28}} = On this day in 2006, {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}} were released in Japan and [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team]] were released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|September 29}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP016|Pokémon Shipwreck]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 29}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP016|Pokémon Shipwreck]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|September 30}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP017|Island of the Giant Pokémon]]'' premiered in the US and in 2001, {{game|Crystal}} was released in Australia.
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| {{#time: z|September 30}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP017|Island of the Giant Pokémon]]'' premiered in the US and in 2001, {{game|Crystal}} was released in Australia; On this day in 1997, ''[[EP027|Hypno's Naptime]]'' premiered in Japan.
   
   
 
| {{#time: z|October 1}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP019|Tentacool & Tentacruel]]'' premiered in the US; in 1999, {{game|Yellow}} was released in the US and in 2004, {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}} was released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|October 1}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP019|Tentacool & Tentacruel]]'' premiered in the US; in 1999, {{game|Yellow}} was released in the US and in 2004, {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}} was released in Europe.
| {{#time: z|October 1}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP020|The Ghost of Maiden's Peak]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|October 2}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP020|The Ghost of Maiden's Peak]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|October 3}} = On this day in 2005, [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|October 3}} = On this day in 2005, [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|October 4}} = On this day in 2010, [[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|October 4}} = On this day in 2010, [[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|October 5}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP021|Bye Bye Butterfree]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|October 5}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP021|Bye Bye Butterfree]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|October 6}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP022|Abra and the Psychic Showdown]]'' premiered in the US; in 2000 [[Pokémon Pinball]] was released in Europe
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| {{#time: z|October 6}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP022|Abra and the Psychic Showdown]]'' premiered in the US; in 2000, [[Pokémon Pinball]] was released in Europe
| {{#time: z|October 7}} = Today is [[Rikako Aikawa]]'s birthday. Also, on this day in 2012, [[Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Pokémon Black 2 and White 2]] were released in the US.
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| {{#time: z|October 7}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP023|The Tower of Terror]]'' premiered in the US; Today is [[Rikako Aikawa]]'s birthday. Also, on this day in 2012, [[Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Pokémon Black 2, White 2]], and [[Pokémon Dream Radar]] were released in the US.
| {{#time: z|October 8}} = On this day in 1999, {{game|Red and Blue|s}} was released in Europe.
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| {{#time: z|October 8}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP024|Haunter versus Kadabra]]'' premiered in the US; On this day in 1999, {{game|Red and Blue|s}} was released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|October 9}} = Today is the late [[Maddie Blaustein]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|October 9}} = Today is the late [[Maddie Blaustein]]'s birthday.
| {{#time: z|October 10}} = Today, [[Weather conditions#Diamond dust|diamond dust]] falls on [[Mt. Silver]], and on this day in 1996, {{Jap|Pokémon Blue Version|Pokémon Blue}} was released in Japan and in 2001, [[Pokémon Stadium 2]] was released in Europe.
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| {{#time: z|October 10}} = Today, [[Weather conditions#Diamond dust|diamond dust]] falls on [[Mt. Silver]], and on this day in 1996, {{Jap|Pokémon Blue Version|Pokémon Blue}} was released in Japan; in 1999, {{TCG|Fossil}} was released in English languages and in 2001, [[Pokémon Stadium 2]] was released in Europe.
| {{#time: z|October 11}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[M04|Pokémon 4Ever - Celebi: Voice of the Forest]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|October 11}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[M04|Pokémon 4Ever - Celebi: Voice of the Forest]]'' premiered in the US. On this day in 2012, [[Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Pokémon Black 2, White 2]], and [[Pokémon Dream Radar]] were released in Australia.
| {{#time: z|October 12}} = On this day in 2009, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]] was released in the US. On this day in 2012, [[Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Pokémon Black 2 and White 2]] were released in Europe.
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| {{#time: z|October 12}} = On this day in 2009, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]] was released in the US. On this day in 2012, [[Pokémon Black and White Versions 2|Pokémon Black 2, White 2]], and [[Pokémon Dream Radar]] were released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|October 13}} = On this day in 2000, {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} were released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|October 13}} = On this day in 2000, {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} were released in Australia.
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| {{#time: z|October 14}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP028|Pokémon Fashion Flash]]'' premiered in the US; in 1999, ''[[EP072|The Ancient Puzzle of Pokémopolis]]'' premiered in the US; in 1999, ''[[EP117|Don't Touch That 'dile]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP116|The Rivalry Revival]]'' and ''[[EP117|Don't Touch That 'dile]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, ''[[AG098|The Scuffle of Legends]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, ''[[AG156|From Cradle to Save]]'' and ''[[AG167|Time-Warp Heals All Wounds]]'' premiered in the US; and in 2010, ''[[BW005|Triple Leaders, Team Threats!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|October 15}} = On this day in 2000, {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} were released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|October 15}} = On this day in 2000, {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} were released in the US.
| {{#time: z|October 16}} = On this day in 2000, the [[Pokémon Pikachu 2|Pokémon Pikachu 2 GS]] was released in the US.
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| {{#time: z|October 16}} = On this day in 2000, the [[Pokémon Pikachu 2|Pokémon Pikachu 2 GS]] was released in the US and {{TCG|Gym Challenge}} was released in English languages.
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| {{#time: z|October 17}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP029|The Punchy Pokémon]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2002, ''[[EP270|Can't Beat the Heat!]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 2009, ''[[DP128|A Pyramiding Rage!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|October 18}} = Today is [[Eric Stuart]] and [[Ted Lewis]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|October 18}} = Today is [[Eric Stuart]] and [[Ted Lewis]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|October 19}} = Today is [[Masamitsu Hidaka]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|October 19}} = Today is [[Masamitsu Hidaka]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|October 20}} = On this day in 2005, [[Pokémon Trozei!]] was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|October 20}} = On this day in 2005, [[Pokémon Trozei!]] was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|October 21}} = On this day in 1998, the [[Game Boy Color]] was released in Japan and in 2005, {{game|Emerald}} was released in Europe.
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| {{#time: z|October 21}} = On this day in 1996, the very first deck of [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]] called {{TCG|Base Set}} was released in Japan; in 1998, the [[Game Boy Color]] was released in Japan and in 2005, {{game|Emerald}} was released in Europe.
| {{#time: z|October 24}} = On this day in 2011, [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]] was released in North America.
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| {{#time: z|October 22}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP034|The Kangaskhan Kid]]'' premiered in the US; in 1998, ''[[EP067|The Pi-Kahuna]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG098|The Scuffle of Legends]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP148|Try for the Family Stone!]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 2012, ''[[BW038|Movie Time! Zorua in "The Legend of the Pokémon Knight"!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|October 27}} = Today is [[Michele Knotz]], [[Jun'ichi Kanemaru]], and {{adv|Platinum}}'s birthday.
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| {{#time: z|October 23}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP036|The Bridge Bike Gang]]'' US; in 1999, ''[[EP074|All Fired Up!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003, ''[[AG048|Zig Zag Zangoose]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, ''[[AG047|I Feel Skitty!]]'' and ''[[AG048|Zig Zag Zangoose]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008, ''[[DP100|A Trainer and Child Reunion!]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 2010, ''[[DP178|For The Love Of Meowth!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|October 24}} = On this day in 1998 {{TCG|Gym Heroes}} was released in Japan; in 2011, [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]] was released in North America.
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| {{#time: z|October 25}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP221|A Parent Trapped!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP274|Hoenn Alone!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2007, ''[[DP052|Smells Like Team Spirit!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2008, ''[[DP081|Chim - Charred!]]'' premiered in the US; and in 2012, ''[[BW100]]'' premiered in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|October 26}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP037|Ditto's Mysterious Mansion]]'' US; in 2000, ''[[EP170|A Better Pill to Swallow]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2002, ''[[EP216|Dueling Heroes]]'' premiered in the US; and in 2006, ''[[DP006|Different Strokes for Different Blokes!]]'' premiered in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|October 27}} = Today is [[Michele Knotz]], [[Jun'ichi Kanemaru]], and {{adv|Platinum}}'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|October 28}} = On this day in 2005, [[Pokémon Team Turbo]] was released in North America.
 
| {{#time: z|October 28}} = On this day in 2005, [[Pokémon Team Turbo]] was released in North America.
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| {{#time: z|October 29}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP042|Showdown at Dark City]]'' premiered in the US and ''[[EP068|Make Room for Gloom]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG099|It's Still Rocket Roll to Me!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP149|Sticking With Who You Know!]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 2012 ''[[BW039|Reunion Battles In Nimbasa!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|October 30}} = On this day in 2001, {{game|Crystal}} was released in Australia and in 2006, {{ga|Pokémon Ranger}} was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|October 30}} = On this day in 2001, {{game|Crystal}} was released in Australia and in 2006, {{ga|Pokémon Ranger}} was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|October 31}} = Today is {{wp|Halloween}}!
 
| {{#time: z|October 31}} = Today is {{wp|Halloween}}!
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| {{#time: z|November 1}} = On this day in 1998, {{game|Red and Blue|s}} were released in Australia and in 2008, the [[Nintendo DSi]] was released in Japan. In 2010, [[PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure]] was released in North America.
 
| {{#time: z|November 1}} = On this day in 1998, {{game|Red and Blue|s}} were released in Australia and in 2008, the [[Nintendo DSi]] was released in Japan. In 2010, [[PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure]] was released in North America.
 
| {{#time: z|November 2}} = On this day in 2001, {{game|Crystal}} was released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|November 2}} = On this day in 2001, {{game|Crystal}} was released in Europe.
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| {{#time: z|November 3}} = On this day in Japan, ''[[AG150|May's Egg-Cellent Adventure]]'' and ''[[BW054||The Four Seasons of Sawsbuck!]]'' premiered in 2005 and 2012, respectively. In addition, this was the last day to obtain the [[List of Japanese Nintendo event Pokémon in 2010|Birthday Chimchar and Charmander]] in 2010 and the [[List of Japanese Nintendo event Pokémon in 2010|Birthday Audino]] in 2011. In the US, episodes ''[[EP175|The Trouble With Snubbull]]'' and ''[[EP178|The Grass Route]]'' were first broadcasted in 2001 while ''[[DP035|An Elite Meet and Greet!]]'' was broadcasted in 2007.
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| {{#time: z|November 4}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP032|The Ninja Poké-Showdown]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1999, ''[[EP120|Roll On, Pokémon]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP120|Roll On, Pokémon!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2000, ''[[EP121|Illusion Confusion!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, ''[[AG101|Vanity Affair]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, ''[[AG162|Spontaneous Combusken]]'' and ''[[AG163|Cutting the Ties that Bind]]'' premiered in the US; and finally in 2010, ''[[BW008|Saving Darmanitan From the Bell!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|November 5}} = On this day in 2010, the Wii Remote Plus and [[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs]] were released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|November 5}} = On this day in 2010, the Wii Remote Plus and [[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs]] were released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|November 6}} = On this day in 2000, [[Hey You, Pikachu!]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|November 6}} = On this day in 2000, [[Hey You, Pikachu!]] was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|November 7}} = Today is [[Hiroshi Yamauchi]]'s birthday. On this day in 2010, the Wii Remote Plus was released in the US.
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| {{#time: z|November 7}} = Today is [[Hiroshi Yamauchi]]'s birthday. On this day in 2010, the Wii Remote Plus was released in the US; in 2012, {{TCG|Boundaries Crossed}} was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|November 8}} = Today is [[Archaic]]'s birthday.
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| {{#time: z|November 8}} = Today is [[Archaic]]'s birthday. Also, on this day in 2012, {{game|Black 2 and White 2|s}} and [[Pokémon Dream Radar]] were released in South Korea, and [[Pokédex 3D Pro]] was released in North America, Australia, and Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|November 9}} = Today is [[Naomi Shindō]]'s birthday. On this day in 1999, [[Pokémon Project Studio Red and Blue]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|November 9}} = Today is [[Naomi Shindō]]'s birthday. On this day in 1999, [[Pokémon Project Studio Red and Blue]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|November 10}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[M01|Pokémon the First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back]]'' premiered in the US and in 2008, [[Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|November 10}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[M01|Pokémon the First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back]]'' premiered in the US and in 2008, [[Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|November 11}} = Today is [[Fushigi Yamada]] and [[Tatsuhisa Suzuki]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|November 11}} = Today is [[Fushigi Yamada]] and [[Tatsuhisa Suzuki]]'s birthday.
| {{#time: z|November 12}} = Today is [[Celio]]'s birthday. On this day in 2009, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]] was released in Australia. In 2011 [[PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond]] was released in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|November 12}} = Today is [[Celio]]'s birthday. On this day in 2009, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]] was released in Australia; and in 2011, [[PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond]] was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|November 13}} = On this day in 2008, [[Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia]] was released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|November 13}} = On this day in 2008, [[Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia]] was released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|November 14}} = On this day in 2003, {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}} were released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|November 14}} = On this day in 2003, {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}} were released in Europe.
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| {{#time: z|November 15}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP224|Nerves of Steelix!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[AG002|There's no Place Like Hoenn]]'' premiered in the US; in 2007, ''[[DP054|Once There Were Greenfields]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2008, ''[[DP082|Cream of the Croagunk Crop!]]'' premiered in the US; and in 2012, ''[[BW102]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|November 16}} = Today is [[Shigeru Miyamoto]]'s birthday. On this day in 2001, [[Pokémon mini]] was released in the US and in 2009, [[Pokémon Rumble]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|November 16}} = Today is [[Shigeru Miyamoto]]'s birthday. On this day in 2001, [[Pokémon mini]] was released in the US and in 2009, [[Pokémon Rumble]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|November 17}} = On this day in 2005, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team]] were released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|November 17}} = On this day in 2005, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team]] were released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|November 18}} = Today is [[Hayley]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, the [[Game Boy Color]] was released in the US; in 2001, the [[Nintendo GameCube]] was released in the US and in 2005, [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness]] was released in Europe.
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| {{#time: z|November 18}} = Today is [[Hayley]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, the [[Game Boy Color]] was released in the US; in 2001, the [[Nintendo GameCube]]was released in the US, in 2005, [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness]] was released in Europe and in 2012, the Wii U was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|November 19}} = Today is [[Marc Thompson]]'s birthday. On this day in 2009 [[Super Smash Bros.]] was released in Europe on [[Nintendo 64]]; in 2005, [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness]] was released in Australia and in 2006, the [[Wii]] was released in the US.
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| {{#time: z|November 19}} = Today is [[Marc Thompson]]'s birthday. On this day in 2009 [[Super Smash Bros.]] was released in Europe on the [[Virtual Console]]; in 2005, [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness]] was released in Australia and in 2006, the [[Wii]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|November 20}} = On this day in 2009, [[Pokémon Rumble]] was released in both Australia and Europe; also in 2009 ''[[M12|Arceus and the Jewel of Life]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|November 20}} = On this day in 2009, [[Pokémon Rumble]] was released in both Australia and Europe; also in 2009 ''[[M12|Arceus and the Jewel of Life]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|November 21}} = On this day in 1999, {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} were released in Japan; in 2001, [[Super Smash Bros. Melee]] was released in Japan; in 2002, {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}} were released in Japan; in 2003, [[Pokémon Colosseum]] was released in Japan; in 2004, the [[Nintendo DS]] was released in Japan and the US; in 2008 [[Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia]] was released in Europe and in 2009, the [[Nintendo DSi XL]] was released in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|November 21}} = On this day in 1997 {{TCG|Team Rocket}} was released in Japan; in 1999, {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} were released in Japan; in 2001, [[Super Smash Bros. Melee]] was released in Japan; in 2002, {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}} were released in Japan; in 2003, [[Pokémon Colosseum]] was released in Japan; in 2004, the [[Nintendo DS]] was released in Japan and the US; in 2008 [[Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia]] was released in Europe and in 2009, the [[Nintendo DSi XL]] was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|November 22}} = Today is {{adv|Blue}}'s birthday. On this day in 2007, [[Pokémon Battle Revolution]] was released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|November 22}} = Today is {{adv|Blue}}'s birthday. On this day in 2007, [[Pokémon Battle Revolution]] was released in Australia.
| {{#time: z|November 23}} = On this day in 1998, the [[Game Boy Color]] was released in Australia!
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| {{#time: z|November 23}} = On this day in 1998, the [[Game Boy Color]] was released in Australia.
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| {{#time: z|November 24}} = On this day in 2005, ''[[AG153|Tactics Theatrics!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2007, ''[[DP038|One Big Happiny Family!]]'' premiered in the US; and in 2011, ''[[BW056|The Lonely Deino!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|November 25}} = Today is [[Kazuya Nakai]]'s birthday. On this day in 2010, [[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs]] was released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|November 25}} = Today is [[Kazuya Nakai]]'s birthday. On this day in 2010, [[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs]] was released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|November 26}} = Today is [[Jason Griffith]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|November 26}} = Today is [[Jason Griffith]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|November 27}} = Today is [[Mato]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|November 27}} = Today is [[Mato]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|November 28}} = Today is [[Akeno Watanabe]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|November 28}} = Today is [[Akeno Watanabe]]'s birthday.
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| {{#time: z|November 29}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP226|Espeon, Not Included]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[AG006|A Poached Ego!]]'' and ''[[AG007|Tree's a Crowd]]' 'premiered in the US; in 2006, ''[[AG174|New Plot - Odd Lot]]'' premiered in US; in 2007, ''[[DP056|The Keystone Pops!]]'' and ''[[DP057|Bibarel Gnaws Best!]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 2012, ''[[BW104]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|November 30}} = Today is [[Rica Matsumoto]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|November 30}} = Today is [[Rica Matsumoto]]'s birthday.
   
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| {{#time: z|December 2}} = Rain is present on {{rt|213|Sinnoh}} today. On this day in 2000, ''[[EP127|Once in a Blue Moon]]'' and ''[[EP128|The Whistle Stop]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, [[Pokémon Dash]] was released in Japan; in 2005, [[Pokémon Dash]] was released in Australia; in 2006, the [[Wii]] was released in Japan and in 2011 [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]] was released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|December 2}} = Rain is present on {{rt|213|Sinnoh}} today. On this day in 2000, ''[[EP127|Once in a Blue Moon]]'' and ''[[EP128|The Whistle Stop]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, [[Pokémon Dash]] was released in Japan; in 2005, [[Pokémon Dash]] was released in Australia; in 2006, the [[Wii]] was released in Japan and in 2011 [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]] was released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|December 3}} = Today is [[Kiaraway]]'s birthday. On this day in 2001, [[Super Smash Bros. Melee]] was released in the US and in 2011, [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]] was released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|December 3}} = Today is [[Kiaraway]]'s birthday. On this day in 2001, [[Super Smash Bros. Melee]] was released in the US and in 2011, [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]] was released in Europe.
| {{#time: z|December 4}} = On this day in 2000 [[Pokémon Puzzle Challenge]] was released in North America; in 2007, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released on [[Virtual Console]] in Japan; in 2010 [[Pokémon Best Wishes: Intelligence Training Pokémon Big Sports Meet!]] was released in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|December 4}} = On this day in 2000 [[Pokémon Puzzle Challenge]] was released in North America; in 2007, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released on [[Virtual Console]] in Japan; in 2010, [[Pokémon Best Wishes: Intelligence Training Pokémon Big Sports Meet!]] was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|December 5}} = On this day in 2009, [[PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure]] was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|December 5}} = On this day in 2009, [[PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure]] was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|December 6}} = Today is [[Satoru Iwata]]'s birthday. Today is also [[Bella Hudson]]'s birthday.
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| {{#time: z|December 6}} = Today is [[Satoru Iwata]] and [[Bella Hudson]]'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|December 7}} = On this day in 2006, {{ga|Pokémon Ranger}} and the [[Wii]] were released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|December 7}} = On this day in 2006, {{ga|Pokémon Ranger}} and the [[Wii]] were released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|December 8}} = On this day in 2011, [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]] was released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|December 8}} = On this day in 2011, [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]] was released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|December 9}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP129|Ignorance is Blissey]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|December 9}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP129|Ignorance is Blissey]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|December 10}} = On this day in 2007, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released on [[Virtual Console]] in the US and in 2011, ''[[BW045|Beheeyem, Duosion, and the Dream Thief!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|December 10}} = On this day in 1999 {{TCG|Neo Genesis}} was released in Japan; in 2007, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released on [[Virtual Console]] in the US and in 2011, ''[[BW045|Beheeyem, Duosion, and the Dream Thief!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|December 11}} = Today is [[Lisa Ortiz]]'s birthday. On this day in 2003, ''[[AG055|Poetry Commotion!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, both ''[[AG061|Disaster of Disguise]]'' and ''[[AG062|Disguise Da Limit]]'' premiered in the US; in 2006, ''[[AG180|May, We Harley Drew'd Ya!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2007 [[Pokémon Snap]] was released in Europe on [[Virtual Console]] and in 2010, ''[[DP185|Working on a Right Move!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|December 11}} = Today is [[Lisa Ortiz]]'s birthday. On this day in 2003, ''[[AG055|Poetry Commotion!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, both ''[[AG061|Disaster of Disguise]]'' and ''[[AG062|Disguise Da Limit]]'' premiered in the US; in 2006, ''[[AG180|May, We Harley Drew'd Ya!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2007, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released in Europe on [[Virtual Console]] and in 2010, ''[[DP185|Working on a Right Move!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|December 12}} = On this day in 1998, [[Hey You, Pikachu!]] was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|December 12}} = On this day in 1998, [[Hey You, Pikachu!]] was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|December 13}} = On this day in 2003, both ''[[AG010|You Said a Mouthful!]]'' and ''[[AG011|A Bite to Remember]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|December 13}} = On this day in 2003, both ''[[AG010|You Said a Mouthful!]]'' and ''[[AG011|A Bite to Remember]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|December 14}} = On this day in 2000, {{game|Crystal}} and [[Pokémon Stadium 2]] were released in Japan; in 2001, [[Pokémon mini]] was released in Japan; in 2006, [[Pokémon Battle Revolution]] was released in Japan and in 2007, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released on [[Virtual Console]] in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|December 14}} = On this day in 2000, {{game|Crystal}} and [[Pokémon Stadium 2]] were released in Japan; in 2001, [[Pokémon mini]] was released in Japan; in 2006, [[Pokémon Battle Revolution]] was released in Japan and in 2007, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released on [[Virtual Console]] in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|December 15}} = On this day in 2000, the {{ga|Pokémon Trading Card Game}} video game was released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|December 15}} = On this day in 2000, the {{ga|Pokémon Trading Card Game}} video game was released in Europe.
| {{#time: z|December 16}} = Today is [[Inuko Inuyama]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP038]]'' —the episode infamous for the seizures it caused and the ban placed on the episode because of those effects— aired in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|December 16}} = Today is [[Inuko Inuyama]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP038]]'' —the episode infamous for the seizures it caused and the ban placed on the episode because of those effects— aired in Japan and in 2000 {{TCG|Neo Genesis}} was released in English languages.
| {{#time: z|December 18}} = On this day in 1998, the {{ga|Pokémon Trading Card Game}} video game was released in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|December 17}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP075|Round One - Begin!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG106|Beg, Burrow and Steal]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP156|A Meteoric Rise to Excellence!]]'' aired in Japan; and in 2011, ''[[BW046|The Beartic Mountain Feud!]]'' aired in the US.
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| {{#time: z|December 18}} = On this day in 1998, the {{ga|Pokémon Trading Card Game}} video game was released in Japan; in 1999, ''[[Snow Way Out!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003, ''[[AG056|Going, Going, Yawn]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2008, ''[[DP107|Ancient Family Matters!]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 2010, ''[[DP186|Familiarity Breeds Strategy!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|December 19}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[AG005|In the Knicker of Time!]]'' premiered in Japan; and in 2009 ''[[DP136|Gateway to Ruin!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|December 20}} = On this day in 2003, ''[[AG012|The Lotad Lowdown]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|December 20}} = On this day in 2003, ''[[AG012|The Lotad Lowdown]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|December 21}} = On this day in 2009, [[Super Smash Bros.]] was released on [[Virtual Console]] in the US.
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| {{#time: z|December 21}} = On this day in 2004, Bulbapedia was created; however, it wasn't opened to the general public. Also on this day in 2009, [[Super Smash Bros.]] was released on [[Virtual Console]] in the US.
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| {{#time: z|December 22}} = On this day in 2005, ''[[AG157|Time-Warp Heals All Wounds]]'' premiered in the US; in 2007, ''[[DP042|The Electrike Company!]]'' premiered in the US; and in 2011, ''[[BW060|Stopping the Rage of Legends! Part 2]]'' premiered in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|December 23}} = On this day in 2005, 4Kids Entertainment announced that they would give up licensing of the English-language dub of the Pokémon anime to Pokémon USA, Inc. starting in January of the following year.
 
| {{#time: z|December 24}} = Today is {{wp|Christmas Eve}}! It is also {{adv|Silver}}'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|December 24}} = Today is {{wp|Christmas Eve}}! It is also {{adv|Silver}}'s birthday.
 
| {{#time: z|December 25}} = Today is {{wp|Christmas}}!
 
| {{#time: z|December 25}} = Today is {{wp|Christmas}}!
 
| {{#time: z|December 26}} = Today is {{wp|Boxing Day}}!
 
| {{#time: z|December 26}} = Today is {{wp|Boxing Day}}!
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| {{#time: z|December 27}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP230|Hatching a Plan]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[AG013|All Things Bright and Beautifly!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2008, ''[[DP087|The Psyduck Stops Here!]]'' premiered in the US; and in 2011, ''[[BW047|Crisis from the Underground Up!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|December 28}} = On this day in 1999, the second volume of [[The Electric Tale of Pikachu]] was released in the US and Canada
 
| {{#time: z|December 28}} = On this day in 1999, the second volume of [[The Electric Tale of Pikachu]] was released in the US and Canada
| {{#time: z|December 29}} = On this day in 2003, the first volume of [[Pokémon Chamo-Chamo ☆ Pretty ♪]] was released in Japan, a sequel to [[Magical Pokémon Journey]]
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| {{#time: z|December 29}} = On this day in 2003, the first volume of [[Pokémon Chamo-Chamo ☆ Pretty ♪]] was released in Japan, a sequel to [[Magical Pokémon Journey]].
| {{#time: z|December 30}} = On this day in 2000, [[Mewtwo Returns]] was first broadcast in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|December 30}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[Mewtwo Returns]]'' was first broadcast in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|December 31}} = Today is {{wp|New Year's Eve}}! Rain is present on {{rt|213|Sinnoh}} today. It is also {{adv|Bill}}'s birthday. On this day in 2004, [[Pokémate]] was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|December 31}} = Today is {{wp|New Year's Eve}}! Rain is present on {{rt|213|Sinnoh}} today. It is also {{adv|Bill}}'s birthday. On this day in 2004, [[Pokémate]] was released in Japan.
   

Revision as of 19:26, 25 November 2012

Today is August 30, 2015.
On this day in 2001, A Corsola Caper! premiered in Japan; in 2003, Here's Lookin' at You, Elekid premiered in the US; in 2007, Ill-Will Hunting! premiered in Japan; in 2008, Pika and Goliath! premiered in the US; and in 2012, BW092 premiered in Japan.