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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 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.
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| {{#time: z|June 4}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP047|A Chansey Operation]]'' 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.
 
| {{#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 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.
 
| {{#time: z|June 10}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP011|Charmander - The Stray Pokémon]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|June 10}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP011|Charmander - The Stray Pokémon]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|June 11}} = On this day in 2001, the [[Game Boy Advance]] was released in the US; in 2006, the [[Nintendo DS Lite]] was released in the US.
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| {{#time: z|June 11}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP048|Holy Matrimony!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2001, the [[Game Boy Advance]] was released in the US; in 2006, the [[Nintendo DS Lite]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#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 14}} = On this day in 2004, {{TCG|EX Hidden Legends}} was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|June 14}} = On this day in 2004, {{TCG|EX Hidden Legends}} was released in the US.
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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; in 2009, [[Pokémon Rumble]] was released in Japan.
 
| {{#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; 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, and ''[[EP012|Here Comes the Squirtle Squad]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#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. On this day in 2003, {{TCG|EX Ruby & Sapphire}} was released in the US.
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| {{#time: z|June 18}} = Today is [[Yumi Kakazu]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP049|So Near, Yet So Farfetch'd]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, {{TCG|EX Ruby & Sapphire}} was released in the US.
 
| {{#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.
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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 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; in 2004, [[Pokémon Colosseum]] was released in Australia, and ''[[EP013|Mystery at the Lighthouse]]'' premiered 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; 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 1999 {{TCG|Gym Challenge}} was released in Japan; in 2003, {{TCG|EX Dragon}} was released in Japan; in 2007, [[Pokémon Battle Revolution]] was released in the US.
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| {{#time: z|June 25}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP050|Who Gets to Keep Togepi?]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1999, {{TCG|Gym Challenge}} was released in Japan; in 2003, {{TCG|EX Dragon}} 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.
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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; in 2004, {{TCG|EX Deoxys}} was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|July 1}} = Today is [[Rachael Lillis]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP014|Electric Shock Showdown]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, {{TCG|EX Deoxys}} was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|July 2}} = Today is {{adv|Ruby}}'s birthday. On this day in 2011, ''[[BW022|A Venipede Stampede]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|July 2}} = Today is {{adv|Ruby}}'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP051|Bulbasaur's Mysterious Garden]]'' premiered in Japan; 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}} = On this day in 2008, [[My Pokémon Ranch]] was released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|July 4}} = On this day in 2008, [[My Pokémon Ranch]] was released in Australia.
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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 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 1997, ''[[EP015|Battle Aboard the St. Anne]]'' premiered in Japan,; in 2000, ''[[M03|Pokémon the Movie 3 - Spell of the Unown]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters.
 
| {{#time: z|July 8}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP015|Battle Aboard the St. Anne]]'' premiered in Japan,; 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.
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| {{#time: z|July 9}} = On this day in 1998, both ''[[EP052|Princess vs. Princess]]'' and ''[[EP053|The Purr-fect Hero]]'' premiered in Japan; 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.
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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 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?]] and {{TCG|Noble Victories}} was released in Japan; in 1997, ''[[EP016|Pokémon Shipwreck]]'' premiered 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?]] and {{TCG|Noble Victories}} 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.
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| {{#time: z|July 16}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP054|The Case of the K-9 Caper!]]'' premiered in Japan; 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]]''; in 2010 ''[[DP164|Piplup, Up and Away!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2011, [[Pokédex 3D]] was released in Japan.
 
| {{#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; 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; 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; 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]]''; 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]]''; 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 1997 {{TCG|Fossils}} was released in Japan; 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; in 1998, ''[[EP055|Pokémon Paparazzi]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2000, ''[[M02|Pokémon the Movie 2000 - The Power of One]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 22}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP017|The Island of the Giant Pokemon]]'' aired in Japan.
 
| {{#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.
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| {{#time: z|July 28}} = On this day in 2005, ''[[AG136|The Symbol Life]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2012, ''[[BW072|A Clubsplosion of Excitement!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 28}} = On this day in 2005, ''[[AG136|The Symbol Life]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2012, ''[[BW072|A Clubsplosion of Excitement!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 29}} = Today is [[Emily Jenness]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP018|Beauty and the Beach]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2001, {{game|Crystal}} was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 29}} = Today is [[Emily Jenness]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP018|Beauty and the Beach]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2001, {{game|Crystal}} was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|July 30}} = On this day in 2011, ''[[BW026|Scare at the Litwick Mansion!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|July 30}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP056|The Ultimate Test]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2011, ''[[BW026|Scare at the Litwick Mansion!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 31}} = On this day in 1989, the [[Game Boy]] was released in the US; in 2010, ''[[DP166|The Fleeing Tower of Sunyshore]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|July 31}} = On this day in 1989, the [[Game Boy]] was released in the US; in 2010, ''[[DP166|The Fleeing Tower of Sunyshore]]'' premiered in the US.
 
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| {{#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; 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; 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.
 
| {{#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.
| {{#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.
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| {{#time: z|August 6}} = Today is [[Jamie McGonnigal]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP057|The Breeding Center Secret]]'' premiered in Japan; 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. In 1997, the first collected volume of [[Pokémon Adventures]] was released on this day.
 
| {{#time: z|August 8}} = Today is {{adv|Red}}'s birthday. In 1997, the first collected volume of [[Pokémon Adventures]] was released on this day.
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| {{#time: z|August 10}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP159|A Dairy Tale Ending]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, ''[[AG187|The Unbeatable Lightness of Seeing]]'' premiered in Japan;
 
| {{#time: z|August 10}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP159|A Dairy Tale Ending]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, ''[[AG187|The Unbeatable Lightness of Seeing]]'' premiered in Japan;
 
| {{#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.
 
| {{#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.
| {{#time: z|August 12}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP020|Ghost of the Maiden's Peak]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1999, ''[[EP108|Pokémon Double Trouble]]'' premiered in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|August 12}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP020|The Ghost of Maiden's Peak]]'' premiered in Japan; 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.
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| {{#time: z|August 13}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP058|Riddle Me This]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2011, ''[[BW028|Oshawott's Lost Scalchop!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#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; in 2010, ''[[DP168|Keeping In Top Forme!]]'' 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; in 2010, ''[[DP168|Keeping In Top Forme!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 15}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP261|Here's Lookin' at You, Elekid]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP119|Trials and Adulations!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2012, {{TCG|Dragons Exalted}} was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 15}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP261|Here's Lookin' at You, Elekid]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP119|Trials and Adulations!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2012, {{TCG|Dragons Exalted}} was released 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 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; in 1997, [EP021|Bye Bye Butterfree]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#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.
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| {{#time: z|August 20}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP059|Volcanic Panic]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2011, ''[[BW029|Cottonee in Love!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#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; in 2010, ''[[DP170|An Elite Coverup!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#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; in 2010, ''[[DP170|An Elite Coverup!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 22}} = Today is [[Kether Donahue]]'s birthday. On this day in 2005, {{TCG|EX Unseen Forces}} was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 22}} = Today is [[Kether Donahue]]'s birthday. On this day in 2005, {{TCG|EX Unseen Forces}} was released in the US.
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| {{#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; in 1997, ''[[EP022|Abra and the Psychic Showdown]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#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.
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| {{#time: z|August 27}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP060|Beach Blank-Out Blastoise]]'' premiered in Japan; 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.
 
| {{#time: z|August 29}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP263|Address Unown!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP122|Stopped in the Name of Love!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|August 29}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP263|Address Unown!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP122|Stopped in the Name of Love!]]'' premiered in the US.
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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.
 
| {{#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.
 
| {{#time: z|September 2}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP023|The Tower of Terror]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|September 2}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP023|The Tower of Terror]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#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,; in 2011, ''[[BW031|Ash and Trip's Third Battle!]]'' premiered in the US.
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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,; in 2011, ''[[BW031|Ash and Trip's Third Battle!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#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; in 2010, ''[[DP172|With the Easiest of Grace!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#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; in 2010, ''[[DP172|With the Easiest of Grace!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 5}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP264|Mother of All Battles]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP123|Old Rivals, New Tricks!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 5}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP264|Mother of All Battles]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP123|Old Rivals, New Tricks!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#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; in 2004, {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}} were released in the US; in 1997, ''[[EP024|Haunter versus Kadabra]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|September 9}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP002|Pokémon Emergency!]]'' premiered in the US; 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.
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| {{#time: z|September 10}} = Today is [[Tomo Sakurai]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP003|Ash Catches a Pokémon]]'' premiered in the US and ''[[EP062|Clefairy Tales]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#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; 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; in 2009, {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} were released in Japan.
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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]]; in 2000, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released in Europe on [[Nintendo 64]]; in 2002, {{TCG|Expedition Base Set}} was released in the US.
 
| {{#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]]; in 2000, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released in Europe on [[Nintendo 64]]; in 2002, {{TCG|Expedition Base Set}} was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|September 16}} = Today is [[Solana]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP025|Primeape Goes Bananas]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1998, ''[[EP007|The Water Flowers of Cerulean City]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, {{game|Emerald}} was released in Japan; in 2011, {{TCG|Next Destinies}} was released in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|September 16}} = Today is [[Solana]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP025|Primeape Goes Bananas]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1998, ''[[EP007|The Water Flowers of Cerulean City]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, {{game|Emerald}} was released in Japan; in 2011, {{TCG|Next Destinies}} was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|September 17}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP008|The Path to the Pokémon League]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003, {{TCG|EX Sandstorm}} was released in the US.
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| {{#time: z|September 17}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP008|The Path to the Pokémon League]]'' premiered in the US and ''[[EP063|The Battle of the Badge]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, {{TCG|EX Sandstorm}} was released 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; 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; 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; 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; in 2006 ''[[M08|Lucario and the Mystery of Mew]]'' was released in the US.
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| {{#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 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; in 2010, [[PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure]] was released in Australia.
 
| {{#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; 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.
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| {{#time: z|September 24}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP013|Mystery at the Lighthouse]]'' premiered in the US and ''[[EP064|It's Mr. Mime Time]]'' premiered in Japan; 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]]
 
| {{#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.
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| {{#time: z|October 20}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP032|The Ninja Poké-Showdown]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, [[Pokémon Trozei!]] was released in Japan. in 1998, ''[[EP03?|Title]]'' premiered in the US;
 
| {{#time: z|October 20}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP032|The Ninja Poké-Showdown]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, [[Pokémon Trozei!]] was released in Japan. in 1998, ''[[EP03?|Title]]'' premiered in the US;
 
| {{#time: z|October 21}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP030|Sparks Fly for Magnemite]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1998, ''[[EP033|The Flame Pokémon-athon!]]'' premiered in the US; 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; in 2005, {{game|Emerald}} was released in Europe.
 
| {{#time: z|October 21}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP030|Sparks Fly for Magnemite]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1998, ''[[EP033|The Flame Pokémon-athon!]]'' premiered in the US; 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; in 2005, {{game|Emerald}} was released in Europe.
| {{#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; in 2012, ''[[BW038|Movie Time! Zorua in "The Legend of the Pokémon Knight"!]]'' premiered in the US.
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| {{#time: z|October 22}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP034|The Kangaskhan Kid]]'' premiered in the US and ''[[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; in 2012, ''[[BW038|Movie Time! Zorua in "The Legend of the Pokémon Knight"!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#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; in 2010, ''[[DP178|For The Love Of Meowth!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#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; in 2010, ''[[DP178|For The Love Of Meowth!]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|October 24}} = On this day in 1998 {{TCG|Gym Heroes}} was released in Japan; in 2003, {{TCG|Team Magma vs Team Aqua}} was released in Japan; in 2011, [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]] was released in North America.
 
| {{#time: z|October 24}} = On this day in 1998 {{TCG|Gym Heroes}} was released in Japan; in 2003, {{TCG|Team Magma vs Team Aqua}} was released in Japan; in 2011, [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]] was released in North America.
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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.
 
| {{#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.
 
| {{#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 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.
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| {{#time: z|November 5}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP069|Lights, Camera, Quack-tion!]]'' premiered in Japan; 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; in 2012, {{TCG|Boundaries Crossed}} 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; in 2012, {{TCG|Boundaries Crossed}} was released in the US.
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| {{#time: z|November 10}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[M01|Pokémon the First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back]]'' premiered in the US; 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; 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. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP033|The Flame Pokémon-athon!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|November 11}} = Today is [[Fushigi Yamada]] and [[Tatsuhisa Suzuki]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP033|The Flame Pokémon-athon!]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#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 1998, ''[[EP070|Go West Young Meowth]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]] was released in Australia; 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 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 1997, ''[[EP034|The Kangaskhan Kid]]'' premiered in Japan; 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; in 2012, the Wii U was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|November 18}} = Today is [[Hayley]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP034|The Kangaskhan Kid]]'' premiered in Japan; 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; 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 the [[Virtual Console]]; in 2005, [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness]] was released in Australia; 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 1998, ''[[EP071|To Master the Onixpected!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, [[Super Smash Bros.]] was released in Europe on the [[Virtual Console]]; in 2005, [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness]] was released in Australia; 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 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; in 2009, the [[Nintendo DSi XL]] was released in Japan.
 
| {{#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; in 2009, the [[Nintendo DSi XL]] was released in Japan.
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| {{#time: z|November 24}} = On this day in 2003, {{TCG|EX Dragon}} was released in the US; in 2005, ''[[AG153|Tactics Theatrics!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2007, ''[[DP038|One Big Happiny Family!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2011, ''[[BW056|The Lonely Deino!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|November 24}} = On this day in 2003, {{TCG|EX Dragon}} was released in the US; in 2005, ''[[AG153|Tactics Theatrics!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2007, ''[[DP038|One Big Happiny Family!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2011, ''[[BW056|The Lonely Deino!]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#time: z|November 25}} = Today is [[Kazuya Nakai]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, [[EP035]] premiered in Japan; in 2010, [[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs]] was released in Australia.
 
| {{#time: z|November 25}} = Today is [[Kazuya Nakai]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, [[EP035]] premiered in Japan; in 2010, [[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs]] was released in Australia.
| {{#time: z|November 26}} = Today is [[Jason Griffith]]'s birthday.
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| {{#time: z|November 26}} = Today is [[Jason Griffith]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP072|The Ancient Puzzle of Pokémopolis]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#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|December 1}} = On this day in 2001, {{TCG|Expedition Base Set}} was released in Japan; in 2003, [[Pokémon Channel]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|December 1}} = On this day in 2001, {{TCG|Expedition Base Set}} was released in Japan; in 2003, [[Pokémon Channel]] was released in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|December 2}} = Rain is present on {{rt|213|Sinnoh}} today. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP036|The Bridge Bike Gang]]'' premiered in Japan; 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; 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 1997, ''[[EP036|The Bridge Bike Gang]]'' premiered in Japan; 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; 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; in 2011, [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]] was released in Europe.
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| {{#time: z|December 3}} = Today is [[Kiaraway]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP073|Bad to the Bone]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2001, [[Super Smash Bros. Melee]] was released in the US; 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.
 
| {{#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.
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| {{#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 1997, ''[[EP037|Ditto's Mysterious Mansion]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP129|Ignorance is Blissey]]'' premiered in the US.
 
| {{#time: z|December 9}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP037|Ditto's Mysterious Mansion]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP129|Ignorance is Blissey]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#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; 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 1998, ''[[EP074|All Fired Up!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1999, {{TCG|Neo Genesis}} was released in Japan; in 2007, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released on [[Virtual Console]] in the US; 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]]; in 2010, ''[[DP185|Working on a Right Move!]]'' 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]]; 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.
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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; in 2011, ''[[BW060|Stopping the Rage of Legends! Part 2]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#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; in 2011, ''[[BW060|Stopping the Rage of Legends! Part 2]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#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 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.
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| {{#time: z|December 24}} = Today is {{wp|Christmas Eve}}! It is also {{adv|Silver}}'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP076|Fire and Ice]]'' premiered in Japan.
 
| {{#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}}!

Revision as of 06:22, 9 February 2013

Don't look at this badass turtle! Look at the words to the left of the turtle!

This page details selected events in the Pokémon franchise history. You can edit this page! This page is a community effort to collate and preserve our history - like User:SnorlaxMonster/today, but in more detail. Once completed, items from this page will be presented daily on the Bulbapedia Main Page.

Disclaimer: I totally stole the layout and beginnings of the information below from SnorlaxMonster.

If you want to help, but don't know what to look at, ask trom on his talk page. He or another administrator involved in this project will get back to you on how you can help.

The kind of information we are looking for are (brace yourselves):

  • All anime episode debut dates (Jan-March done already; 1997 is done)
  • All movie debut dates
  • All game release dates
  • All manga release dates
  • All TCG deck/expansion release dates
  • All TFG set releases
  • All Battrio Set releases
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  • All birthdays of notable people in the fandom
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  • Dates that have some significance within Pokémon canon (i.e. birthdates in Adventures, diamond dust dates)
  • Probably more stuff (if you can think of anything, ask trom on his talk page)

It might seem like a big job, but with a bit of teamwork, we Bulbapedians will be able to complete this in no time.

Please add new information on a new line.

Today is {{CURRENTMONTHNAME}} {{CURRENTDAY}}, {{CURRENTYEAR}}.<br>
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January

| {{#time: z|January 1}} = Today is {{wp|New Year's Day}}! It is also [[Megumi Toyoguchi]] and {{ra|Kate}}'s birthday. On this day in 1999, ''[[EP077|The Fourth Round Rumble]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP128|The Whistle Stop]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004 [[Pokémon Masters Arena]] was released in North America.
| {{#time: z|January 2}} = On this day in 2010, ''[[DP138|Strategy Begins at Home!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|January 3}} = Today is [[Mayumi Iizuka]]'s birthday. On this day in 2004, ''[[AG014|All in a Day's Wurmple]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP088|Camping It Up!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|January 4}} = Today is [[Jimmy Zoppi]]'s birthday. On this day in 2001, ''[[EP179|The Apple Corp!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP228|Extreme Pokémon!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|January 5}} = Today is [[Yumi Tsukirino]]'s birthday. On this day in 2006, ''[[AG158|Queen of the Serpentine]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2008, ''[[DP044|Mass Hip-Po-Sis!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|January 6}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP129|Ignorance is Blissey]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG109|Do I Hear a Ralts?]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2007, ''[[AG184|Strategy Tomorrow - Comedy Tonight!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2011, ''[[BW015|The Battle According to Lenora!]]'' 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; 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; in 2011, ''[[DP187|A Real Rival Rouser!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#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; 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; 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; in 2007, ''[[DP015|Shapes of Things to Come!]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|January 12}} = Today is [[Junichi Masuda]]'s birthday. [[Weather conditions#Snow/Hail|Diamond dust]] is present in [[Snowpoint City]], at [[Mt. Silver]]'s summit,; in [[Icirrus City]] today; in 2006, ''[[AG159|Off the Unbeaten Path]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2008, ''[[DP045|Ill-Will Hunting!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|January 13}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP130|A Bout With Sprout]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG110|The Great Eight Fate!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2007, ''[[AG185|Duels of the Jungle]]'' premiered in the US; in 2011, ''[[BW016|Rematch at the Nacrene Gym!]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|January 14}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP079|Friend and Foe Alike]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, ''[[AG108|Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snorunt]]'' premiered in the US; in 2010, ''[[DP159|Short and To the Punch!]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|January 15}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP083|Poké Ball Peril]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003, {{TCG|Aquapolis}} was released in the US; 2004, ''[[AG059|Manectric Charge]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP110|Steeling Peace of Mind!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2011, ''[[DP188|Battling a Thaw in Relations!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|January 16}} = On this day in 2003, ''[[AG008|A Tail with a Twist]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, {{TCG|EX Hidden Legends}} was released in Japan; in 2010, ''[[DP140|Historical Mystery Tour!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|January 17}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP232|Just Waiting On a Friend]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, ''[[AG017|Stairway to Devon]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008, ''[[DP063|Hot Springing a Leak!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP090|Ghoul Daze!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2012 [[Pokémon Medal World]] was released 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; 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; 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 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; 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 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; 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; 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; in 2010, ''[[DP141|Challenging a Towering Figure!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|January 24}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP233|A Tyrogue Full of Trouble]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, ''[[AG018|On a Wingull and a Prayer!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008, ''[[DP064|Riding the Winds of Change!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP091|One Team, Two Team Red Team, Blue Team!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#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; 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; 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 2006, {{TCG|EX Holon Phantoms}} was released in Japan; in 2007, ''[[AG187|The Unbeatable Lightness of Seeing]]'' premiered in the US; 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; 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; in 2011, ''[[DP190|The Brockster Is In!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|January 30}} = On this day in 2003, ''[[AG010|You Said a Mouthful!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2010, ''[[DP142|Where No Togepi Has Gone Before!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|January 31}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP234|Xatu the Future]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, {{TCG|EX Ruby & Sapphire}} was released in Japan; in 2004, ''[[AG019|Sharpedo Attack!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008, ''[[DP065|Sleight of Sand!]]'' premiered in Japan and [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]] was released in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP092|A Lean Mean Team Rocket Machine!]]'' premiered in the US.

February

| {{#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; 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; 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; 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; in 2010, ''[[DP162|Playing the Performance Encore!]]'' premiered in Japan and {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} were released in South Korea.
| {{#time: z|February 5}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP085|Fit to be Tide]]'', ''[[EP086|Pikachu Re-Volts]]'' and ''[[EP087|The Crystal Onix]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, ''[[AG062|Disguise Da Limit]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG064|True Blue Swablu]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP113|Hold the Phione!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2011, ''[[DP191|Memories are Made of Bliss!]]'' and ''[[M13|Zoroark: Master of Illusions]]'' premiered in the US. 
| {{#time: z|February 6}} = Today is {{p|Mewtwo}}'s birthday. On this day in 2003, ''[[AG011|A Bite to Remember]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2010, ''[[DP143|An Egg Scramble!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|February 7}} = Today is [[Dan Green]]'s birthday. On this day in 2002, ''[[EP235|Talkin' 'Bout an Evolution]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, ''[[AG020|Brave the Wave]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008, ''[[DP066|Lost Leader Strategy!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP093|Playing The Leveling Field!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|February 8}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP184|All That Glitters!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP234|Xatu the Future]]'' premiered in the US; in 2007, ''[[DP019|Twice Smitten, Once Shy!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2012, {{TCG|Next Destinies}} was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|February 9}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP189|Freeze Frame]]'' premiered in the US; in 2006, ''[[AG163|Cutting the Ties that Bind]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|February 10}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP134|Charizard's Burning Ambitions]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2001, ''[[EP135|Grin to Win!]]'' and ''[[EP137|Foul Weather Friends]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, ''[[AG114|Date Expectations!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2007, ''[[AG189|Gathering the Gang of Four]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|February 11}} = On this day in 2006, both ''[[AG117|Berry, Berry Interesting]]'' and ''[[AG118|Less is Morrison]]'' premiered in the US; 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; 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; 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 2004, {{TCG|EX Deoxys}} was released 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; 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; 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; 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; 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; in 2010, ''[[DP164|Piplup, Up and Away!]]'' premiered in Japan; 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; 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; in 2010, ''[[DP145|A Rivalry to Gible On!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|February 21}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP237|As Cold as Pryce]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, ''[[AG023|Gone Corphishin']]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP095|Battling The Generation Gap!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|February 22}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP186|UnBEARable]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP236|Rage Of Innocence]]'' premiered in the US; 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; in 2006, ''[[AG165|King and Queen for a Day]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#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; 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; in 2010, ''[[DP165|Flint Sparks the Fire!]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|February 26}} = On this day in 2011, 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; 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; in 2010, ''[[DP146|Dressed for Jess Success!]]'' premiered in the US; 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 and {{TCG|Neo Destiny}} was released in the US; in 2004, ''[[AG024|A Corphish Out of Water]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008, ''[[DP068|A Triple Fighting Chance!]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#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.}}

March

| {{#time: z|March 1}} = On this day in 1997, the [[Nintendo 64]] was released in Australia; in 2001, ''[[EP187|Moving Pictures]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP237|As Cold as Pryce]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|March 2}} = On this day in 2006, the [[Nintendo DS Lite]] was released in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP137|Foul Weather Friends]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2001 [[Pokémon Puzzle League]] was released in Europe; in 2002, ''[[EP192|The Wayward Wobbuffet]]'' 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; 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 {{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; 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 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 9}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP138|The Superhero Secret]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2001, {{TCG|Neo Discovery}} was released in Japan; in 2002, ''[[EP193|Sick Daze]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008, [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]] was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|March 10}} = On this day in 2001, ''[[EP143|Going Apricorn!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2006, {{TCG|EX Crystal Guardians}} was released in Japan; 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; in 2005 [[Pokémon Dash]] was released in Europe.
| {{#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 14}} = Today is [[Plum]]'s birthday. On this day in 2002, ''[[EP240|Some Like it Hot]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, {{TCG|EX Team Magma vs Team Aqua}} was released in the US; in 2005, [[Pokémon Dash]] was released in the US; 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; 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; in 2002, ''[[EP194|Ring Masters]]'' premiered in the US; in 2012, {{TCG|Dragons Exalted}} was released in Japan.
| {{#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.
| {{#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 20}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP049|So Near, Yet So Farfetch'd]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003, the [[Game Boy Player]] was released in Japan; in 2008, [[Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia]] was released 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; 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; 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; 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.
| {{#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; 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 27}} = Today is [[Aoi Yūki]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, the [[Pokémon Pikachu]] was released in Japan,; 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; 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; in 2003, ''[[EP240|Some Like it Hot]]'' premiered in the US; 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; 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.

April

| {{#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; 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 4}} = Today is {{adv|Diamond}}'s birthday. On this day in 2009, ''[[DP100|Aiding the Enemy!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|April 5}} = On this day in 2003 ''[[EP241|Hocus Pokémon]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, the [[Nintendo DSi]] was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|April 6}} = On this day in 2001, {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} were released in Europe; also in 2001, ''[[M03|Pokémon the Movie 3 - Spell of the Unown]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|April 7}} = On this day in 2000, {{eng|Pokémon Stadium}} was released in Europe; also in 2000, the {{ga|Pokémon Trading Card Game}} video game was released in Australia; in 2005 [[Pokémon Dash]] was released in Australia.
| {{#time: z|April 8}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP002|Pokémon Emergency!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1999, ''[[EP091|Bye Bye Psyduck]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP098|A Way Off Day Off]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003, ''[[SS008|Oaknapped!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, ''[[AG071|A Six Pack Attack!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, the {{TCG|EX Unseen Forces}} set was released in Japan; in 2006, both ''[[AG116|Pacifidlog Jam]]'' and ''[[AG132|The Scheme Team]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|April 9}} = Today is [[Veronica Taylor]]'s birthday. On this day in 2004, {{TCG|EX FireRed & LeafGreen}} was released in Japan; in 2011, ''[[BW010|A Rival Battle for Club Champ!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|April 10}} = On this day in 2000, the {{ga|Pokémon Trading Card Game}} video game was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|April 11}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP243|Same Old Song and Dance]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP101|Barry's Busting Out All Over!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|April 12}} = Today is [[Kiyomi Asai]] and [[Apricot]]'s birthday. On this day in 2003, ''[[EP242|As Clear as Crystal]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|April 13}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP143|Going Apricorn!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2002, ''[[EP198|Brock's Heartbreak]]'' premiered in the US; in 2006, both ''[[AG171|Pokémon Ranger - Deoxys' Crisis! (Part 1)]]'' and ''[[AG172|Pokémon Ranger - Deoxys' Crisis! (Part 2)]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2007, {{ga|Pokémon Ranger}} was released in Europe.
| {{#time: z|April 14}} = Today is [[Amy Birnbaum]]'s birthday. On this day in 1999, [[Pokémon Pinball]] was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|April 15}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP003|Ash Catches a Pokémon]]'' premiered in Japan. On this day in 2010, the [[Nintendo DSi XL]] was released in Australia. 
| {{#time: z|April 16}} = On this day in 1998, both ''[[EP039|Pikachu's Goodbye]]'' and ''[[EP040|The Battling Eevee Brothers!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG074|Hokey Poké Balls!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP123|Old Rivals, New Tricks!]]'' premiered in Japan, while both ''[[DP102|Shield with a Twist!]]'' and ''[[DP103|Jumping Rocket Ship!]]'' premiered in the UK; in 2011, ''[[BW011|A Home for Dwebble!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|April 17}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP055|Pokémon Paparazzi]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003, ''[[AG021|Which Wurmple's Which?]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, ''[[AG027|A Three Team Scheme!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2008, ''[[DP075|Our Cup Runneth Over!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2010, ''[[DP153|The Treasure Is All Mine!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|April 18}} = On this day in 2003, {{TCG|EX Sandstorm}} was released in Japan; in 2009, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]] was released in Japan.
| {{#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 21}} = On this day in 1989, the [[Game Boy]] was released in Japan; 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 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; in 2011, ''[[BW012|Here Comes the Trubbish Squad!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#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. On this day in 2011, {{TCG|Black & White}} was released in the US.
| {{#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; 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 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; in 1999, {{Eng|Pokémon Stadium}} was released in Japan. 

May

| {{#time: z|May 1}} = Today is {{wp|May Day}}. On this day in 2003, ''[[AG023|Gone Corphishin']]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, ''[[AG029|Ready, Willing and Sableye]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, {{game|Emerald}} was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|May 3}} = On this day in 2006, {{TCG|EX Holon Phantoms}} was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|May 4}} = On this day in 2004, [[Pokémon Box Ruby & Sapphire]] was released in Europe.
| {{#time: z|May 5}} = Today is {{wp|Cinco de Mayo}}! It is also [[Chiaki Takahashi]]'s birthday. On this day in 2006 [[Pokémon Trozei!]] was released in Europe; in 2008, [[Pokémon Puzzle League]] was released in North America for [[Virtual Console]]
| {{#time: z|May 6}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP006|Clefairy and the Moon Stone]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|May 7}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP043|The March of the Exeggutor Squad]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG077|A Fan with a Plan!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|May 9}} = On this day in 2005, {{TCG|EX Emerald}} was released in the US and Europe only; in 2012, {{TCG|Dark Explorers}} was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|May 10}} = On this day in 2005, [[PokéPark: Fishing Rally DS]] was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|May 11}} = Today is [[Bill Rogers]] and [[Kellyn]]'s birthday.
| {{#time: z|May 12}} = On this day in 2003, {{TCG|Skyridge}} was released in the US; in 2004, [[Pikachu: DS Tech Demo]] was released in North America.
| {{#time: z|May 13}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP007|The Water Flowers of Cerulean City]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004 ''[[AG076|Me, Myself and Time]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|May 14}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP044|The Problem with Paras]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, [[Pokémon Colosseum]] was released in Europe; in 2005, ''[[AG078|Cruisin' for a Losin']]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, {{game|Platinum}} was released in Australia.
| {{#time: z|May 16}} = On this day in 2003, ''[[M05|Pokémon Heroes]]'' premiered in the US theaters.
| {{#time: z|May 17}} = On this day in 2002, the [[Nintendo GameCube]] was released in Australia; in 2007 [[Pokémon Trozei!]] was released in South Korea.
| {{#time: z|May 18}} = Today is [[Lunick]]'s birthday.
| {{#time: z|May 20}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP008|The Path to the Pokémon League]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|May 21}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP045|The Song of Jigglypuff]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG079|Pearls are a Spoink's Best Friend!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|May 22}} = Today is {{Ash}}'s birthday. On this day in 2009, {{game|Platinum}} was released in Europe.
| {{#time: z|May 23}} = Today is [[Kappei Yamaguchi]]'s birthday.
| {{#time: z|May 24}} = On this day in 2002, [[Super Smash Bros. Melee]] was released in Europe and {{TCG|Legendary Collection}} was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|May 26}} = Today is [[Takeshi Tsuruno]]'s birthday.
| {{#time: z|May 27}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP009|The School of Hard Knocks]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|May 28}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP046|Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon ]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, ''[[AG080|That's Just Swellow]]'' premiered in the US; in 2010, {{p|Reshiram}} and {{p|Zekrom}} were revealed.
| {{#time: z|May 30}} = On this day in 2003, [[Pokémon Box Ruby & Sapphire]] was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|May 31}} = Today is {{adv|Emerald}}'s birthday. On this day in 2002, [[Super Smash Bros. Melee]] was released in Australia.

June

| {{#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; 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. 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 4}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP047|A Chansey Operation]]'' 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 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 9}} = Today is [[Tomoe Hanba]]'s birthday. On this day in 2008, [[My Pokémon Ranch]] was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|June 10}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP011|Charmander - The Stray Pokémon]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|June 11}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP048|Holy Matrimony!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2001, the [[Game Boy Advance]] was released in the US; in 2006, the [[Nintendo DS Lite]] was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|June 12}} = On this day in 2009, [[Super Smash Bros.]] was released in Europe on [[Virtual Console]].
| {{#time: z|June 14}} = On this day in 2004, {{TCG|EX Hidden Legends}} was released in the US.
| {{#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 {{TCG|Jungle}}, was released in North America, in 2000, {{game|Yellow}} was released in the Europe; 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, and ''[[EP012|Here Comes the Squirtle Squad]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|June 18}} = Today is [[Yumi Kakazu]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP049|So Near, Yet So Farfetch'd]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, {{TCG|EX Ruby & Sapphire}} was released in the US.
| {{#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 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, 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; 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 1998, ''[[EP050|Who Gets to Keep Togepi?]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1999, {{TCG|Gym Challenge}} was released in Japan; in 2003, {{TCG|EX Dragon}} 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 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 29}} = On this day in 2006, {{TCG:EX Dragon Frontiers}} was released in Japan.

July

| {{#time: z|July 1}} = Today is [[Rachael Lillis]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP014|Electric Shock Showdown]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2004, {{TCG|EX Deoxys}} was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|July 2}} = Today is {{adv|Ruby}}'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP051|Bulbasaur's Mysterious Garden]]'' premiered in Japan; 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 4}} = On this day in 2008, [[My Pokémon Ranch]] was released in Australia.
| {{#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 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 1997, ''[[EP015|Battle Aboard the St. Anne]]'' premiered in Japan,; in 2000, ''[[M03|Pokémon the Movie 3 - Spell of the Unown]]'' premiered in Japanese theaters.
| {{#time: z|July 9}} = On this day in 1998, both ''[[EP052|Princess vs. Princess]]'' and ''[[EP053|The Purr-fect Hero]]'' premiered in Japan; 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 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; 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; in 2012, {{TCG|Boundaries Crossed}} was released in Japan.
| {{#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?]] and {{TCG|Noble Victories}} was released in Japan; in 1997, ''[[EP016|Pokémon Shipwreck]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|July 16}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP054|The Case of the K-9 Caper!]]'' premiered in Japan; 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]]''; in 2010 ''[[DP164|Piplup, Up and Away!]]'' premiered in the US; 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; 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]]''; 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 1997, {{TCG|Fossils}} was released in Japan; in 1998, ''[[EP055|Pokémon Paparazzi]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2000, ''[[M02|Pokémon the Movie 2000 - The Power of One]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#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 24}} = On this day in 2010, ''[[DP165|Flint Sparks the Fire!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|July 26}} = On this day in 2008, ''[[DP067|Crossing the Battle Line!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|July 27}} = On this day in 1999, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released in the US on [[Nintendo 64]].
| {{#time: z|July 28}} = On this day in 2005, ''[[AG136|The Symbol Life]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2012, ''[[BW072|A Clubsplosion of Excitement!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|July 29}} = Today is [[Emily Jenness]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP018|Beauty and the Beach]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2001, {{game|Crystal}} was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|July 30}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP056|The Ultimate Test]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2011, ''[[BW026|Scare at the Litwick Mansion!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|July 31}} = On this day in 1989, the [[Game Boy]] was released in the US; in 2010, ''[[DP166|The Fleeing Tower of Sunyshore]]'' premiered in the US.

August

| {{#time: z|August 1}} = Today is {{adv|Giovanni}}'s birthday. On this day in 1998, {{Jap|Pokémon Stadium}} was released in Japan; 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 3}} =  On this day in 2000, ''[[EP158|A Goldenrod Opportunity]]'' premiered in Japan; 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; 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.
| {{#time: z|August 6}} = Today is [[Jamie McGonnigal]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP057|The Breeding Center Secret]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2011, ''[[BW027|The Dragon Master's Path!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|August 7}} = Today is [[Coconut]]'s birthday.
| {{#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 10}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP159|A Dairy Tale Ending]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, ''[[AG187|The Unbeatable Lightness of Seeing]]'' premiered in Japan;
| {{#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.
| {{#time: z|August 12}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP020|The Ghost of Maiden's Peak]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1999, ''[[EP108|Pokémon Double Trouble]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|August 13}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP058|Riddle Me This]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2011, ''[[BW028|Oshawott's Lost Scalchop!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#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; in 2010, ''[[DP168|Keeping In Top Forme!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|August 15}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP261|Here's Lookin' at You, Elekid]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP119|Trials and Adulations!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2012, {{TCG|Dragons Exalted}} was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|August 16}} = On this day in 2008, ''[[DP070|The Bells Are Singing!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#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; 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 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 1998, ''[[EP059|Volcanic Panic]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2011, ''[[BW029|Cottonee in Love!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#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; in 2010, ''[[DP170|An Elite Coverup!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|August 22}} = Today is [[Kether Donahue]]'s birthday. On this day in 2005, {{TCG|EX Unseen Forces}} was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|August 23}} = On this day in 2003, [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]] was released in the US.
| {{#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; 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 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 1998, ''[[EP060|Beach Blank-Out Blastoise]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2011, ''[[BW030|A UFO for Elgyem!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|August 28}} = Today is [[Satoshi Tajiri]]'s birthday.
| {{#time: z|August 29}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP263|Address Unown!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP122|Stopped in the Name of Love!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#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 2006, {{TCG|EX Crystal Guardians}} was released in the US; in 2007, ''[[DP045|Ill-Will Hunting!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2008, ''[[DP074|Pika and Goliath!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2012, ''[[BW092]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|August 31}} = On this day in 2000, ''[[EP162|Type Casting]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2002, ''[[EP207|Got Miltank?]]'' premiered in the US; in 2006, ''[[AG190|Pace - The Final Frontier]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2011, {{TCG|Emerging Powers}} was released only in the US.

September

| {{#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.
| {{#time: z|September 2}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP023|The Tower of Terror]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#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,; in 2011, ''[[BW031|Ash and Trip's Third Battle!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#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; in 2010, ''[[DP172|With the Easiest of Grace!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|September 5}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP264|Mother of All Battles]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, ''[[DP123|Old Rivals, New Tricks!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#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; 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 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; 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. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP003|Ash Catches a Pokémon]]'' premiered in the US and ''[[EP062|Clefairy Tales]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#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; 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; 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; in 2007, [[Pokémon Battrio]] was released in Japan; in 2012, {{TCG|Plasma Storm}} 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]]; in 2000, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released in Europe on [[Nintendo 64]]; in 2002, {{TCG|Expedition Base Set}} was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|September 16}} = Today is [[Solana]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP025|Primeape Goes Bananas]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1998, ''[[EP007|The Water Flowers of Cerulean City]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, {{game|Emerald}} was released in Japan; in 2011, {{TCG|Next Destinies}} was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|September 17}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP008|The Path to the Pokémon League]]'' premiered in the US and ''[[EP063|The Battle of the Badge]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, {{TCG|EX Sandstorm}} was released 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; 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; 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 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; 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 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; 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 and ''[[EP064|It's Mr. Mime Time]]'' premiered in Japan; 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]]
| {{#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 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 30}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP027|Hypno's Naptime]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1998, ''[[EP017|Island of the Giant Pokémon]]'' premiered in the US; in 2001, {{game|Crystal}} was released in Australia.

October

| {{#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; in 2004, {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}} was released in Europe; in 2005, ''[[AG095|The Evolutionary War]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, both ''[[DP145|A Rivalry to Gible On!]]'' and ''[[DP146|Dressed for Jess Success!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2011, ''[[BW035|Where Did You Go, Audino?]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|October 2}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP020|The Ghost of Maiden's Peak]]'' premiered in the US; in 1999, ''[[EP067|The Pi-Kahuna]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003 and 2004, [[AG045|A Togepi Mirage]] premiered respectively in Japan and the US; in 2008, both ''[[DP096|Losing Its Lustrous!]]'' and ''[[DP097|Double Team Turnover!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2010, ''[[DP176|Coming Full Festival Circle!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|October 3}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP268|Tie One On!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2005, [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness]] was released in the US; in 2009, ''[[DP126|Classroom Training!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|October 4}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[EP068|Make Room For Gloom]]'' premiered in the US; in 2001, ''[[EP218|Plant It Now... Diglett Later]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2003, ''[[EP271|Playing With Fire!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2007, both ''[[DP049|Dawn's Early Night!]]'' and ''[[DP050|Tag! We're It!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2010, [[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs]] was released in the US; in 2012, ''[[BW097|Unova's Survival Crisis!]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|October 5}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP021|Bye Bye Butterfree]]'' premiered in the US, and both [[Holiday Hi-Jynx]] and [[Snow Way Out!]] premiered in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP167|A Hot Water Battle!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2002, ''[[EP213|A Corsola Caper!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2006, ''[[DP004|Dawn of a New Era!]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#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; in 2001, ''[[EP169|Beauty and the Breeder]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, ''[[AG146|Fear Factor Phony]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2007, ''[[DP031|The Grass-Type Is Always Greener!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2011, ''[[BW051|Lost at the Stamp Rally!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2012, ''[[BW082|An Epic Defense Force!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|October 7}} = Today is [[Rikako Aikawa]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP028|Pokémon Fashion Flash]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1998, ''[[EP023|The Tower of Terror]]'' premiered in the US; in 1999, ''[[EP116|The Rivalry Revival]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP115|A Tent Situation]]'' premiered in the US; in 2004, ''[[AG097|Gaining Groudon]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2006, both ''[[AG154|Reversing the Charges]]'' and ''[[AG155|The Green Guardian]]'' premiered in the US; in 2010, ''[[BW004|The Battle Club and Tepig's Choice!]]'' premiered in Japan; 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 1998, ''[[EP024|Haunter versus Kadabra]]'' premiered in the US, and both ''[[EP65|Showdown at the Po-ké Corral]]'' and ''[[EP65|The Evolution Solution]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1999, {{game|Red and Blue|s}} was released in Europe, and ''[[EP069|Lights, Camera, Quacktion!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, ''[[AG096|Training Wrecks]]'' premiered in the US; in 2011, ''[[BW036|Archeops In The Modern World!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|October 9}} = Today is the late [[Maddie Blaustein]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP025|Primeape Goes Bananas!]]'' premiered in the US; in 1999, ''[[EP70|Go West, Young Meowth]]'' premiered in the US; in 2003 and 2004, ''[[AG046|Candid Camerupt!]]'' respectively premiered in Japan and the US; in 2010, ''[[DP177|A Grand Fight For Winning!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#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; 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. 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 1998, ''[[EP026|Pokémon Scent-Sation]]'' premiered in the US; in 2009, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]] was released in the US; 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 1998, ''[[EP027|Hypno's Naptime]]'' premiered in the US; in 2000, {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} were released in Australia.
| {{#time: z|October 14}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP029|The Punchy Pokémon]]'' premiered in Japan; 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; in 2010, ''[[BW005|Triple Leaders, Team Threats!]]'' premiered in Japan. 
| {{#time: z|October 15}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP029|The Punchy Pokémon]]'' premiered in the US; in 2000, {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} were released in the US; in 2004, {{TCG|EX Team Rocket Returns}} was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|October 16}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP030|Sparks Fly for Magnemite]]'' premiered in the US; in 2000, the [[Pokémon Pikachu 2|Pokémon Pikachu 2 GS]] was released in the US and {{TCG|Gym Challenge}} was released in English languages.
| {{#time: z|October 17}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[EP270|Can't Beat the Heat!]]'' premiered in Japan; 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 19}} = Today is [[Masamitsu Hidaka]]'s birthday.  On this day in 1998, ''[[EP031|Dig Those Diglett!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|October 20}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP032|The Ninja Poké-Showdown]]'' premiered in the US; in 2005, [[Pokémon Trozei!]] was released in Japan.  in 1998, ''[[EP03?|Title]]'' premiered in the US; 
| {{#time: z|October 21}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP030|Sparks Fly for Magnemite]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1998, ''[[EP033|The Flame Pokémon-athon!]]'' premiered in the US; 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; in 2005, {{game|Emerald}} was released in Europe.
| {{#time: z|October 22}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP034|The Kangaskhan Kid]]'' premiered in the US and ''[[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; in 2012, ''[[BW038|Movie Time! Zorua in "The Legend of the Pokémon Knight"!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#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; in 2010, ''[[DP178|For The Love Of Meowth!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|October 24}} = On this day in 1998 {{TCG|Gym Heroes}} was released in Japan; in 2003, {{TCG|Team Magma vs Team Aqua}} was released in Japan; in 2011, [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]] was released in North America.
| {{#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; in 2012, ''[[BW100]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|October 26}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP037|Ditto's Mysterious Mansion]]'' premiered in the US; in 2000, ''[[EP170|A Better Pill to Swallow]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2002, ''[[EP216|Dueling Heroes]]'' premiered in the US; in 2006, ''[[DP006|Different Strokes for Different Blokes!]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#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, and {{TCG|EX Delta Species}} was released in Japan.
| {{#time: z|October 29}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP031|Dig Those Diglett!]]'' premiered in Japan; 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; 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; in 2006, {{ga|Pokémon Ranger}} was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|October 31}} = Today is {{wp|Halloween}}! On this day in 2005, {{TCG|EX Delta Species}} was released in the US.

November

| {{#time: z|November 1}} = On this day in 1998, {{game|Red and Blue|s}} were released in Australia; 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 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.
| {{#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 1998, ''[[EP069|Lights, Camera, Quack-tion!]]'' premiered in Japan; 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 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. On this day in 2004, {{TCG|EX Team Rocket Returns}} was released; in 2006, {{TCG|EX Dragon Frontiers}} was released in the US; 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 10}} = On this day in 1999, ''[[M01|Pokémon the First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back]]'' premiered in the US; 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.  On this day in 1997, ''[[EP033|The Flame Pokémon-athon!]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|November 12}} = Today is [[Celio]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP070|Go West Young Meowth]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, [[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]] was released in Australia; 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 14}} = On this day in 2003, {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}} were released in Europe.
| {{#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; 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; in 2009, [[Pokémon Rumble]] was released in the US; in 2011, {{TCG|Noble Victories}} 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 18}} = Today is [[Hayley]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, ''[[EP034|The Kangaskhan Kid]]'' premiered in Japan; 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; in 2012, the Wii U was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|November 19}} = Today is [[Marc Thompson]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP071|To Master the Onixpected!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2009, [[Super Smash Bros.]] was released in Europe on the [[Virtual Console]]; in 2005, [[Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness]] was released in Australia; 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 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; 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 23}} = On this day in 1998, the [[Game Boy Color]] was released in Australia.
| {{#time: z|November 24}} = On this day in 2003, {{TCG|EX Dragon}} was released in the US; in 2005, ''[[AG153|Tactics Theatrics!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2007, ''[[DP038|One Big Happiny Family!]]'' premiered in the US; in 2011, ''[[BW056|The Lonely Deino!]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|November 25}} = Today is [[Kazuya Nakai]]'s birthday. On this day in 1997, [[EP035]] premiered in Japan; in 2010, [[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs]] was released in Australia.
| {{#time: z|November 26}} = Today is [[Jason Griffith]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP072|The Ancient Puzzle of Pokémopolis]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|November 27}} = Today is [[Mato]]'s birthday.
| {{#time: z|November 28}} = Today is [[Akeno Watanabe]]'s birthday.
| {{#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; in 2012, ''[[BW104]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|November 30}} = Today is [[Rica Matsumoto]]'s birthday. On this day in 2006, {{TCG|Diamond & Pearl}} was released in Japan.

December

| {{#time: z|December 1}} = On this day in 2001, {{TCG|Expedition Base Set}} was released in Japan; in 2003, [[Pokémon Channel]] was released in the US.
| {{#time: z|December 2}} = Rain is present on {{rt|213|Sinnoh}} today.  On this day in 1997, ''[[EP036|The Bridge Bike Gang]]'' premiered in Japan; 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; in 2011 [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]] was released in Europe.
| {{#time: z|December 3}} = Today is [[Kiaraway]]'s birthday. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP073|Bad to the Bone]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2001, [[Super Smash Bros. Melee]] was released in the US; 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.
| {{#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]] 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 8}} = On this day in 2011, [[Pokémon Rumble Blast]] was released in Australia.
| {{#time: z|December 9}} = On this day in 1997, ''[[EP037|Ditto's Mysterious Mansion]]'' premiered in Japan; in 2000, ''[[EP129|Ignorance is Blissey]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|December 10}} = On this day in 1998, ''[[EP074|All Fired Up!]]'' premiered in Japan; in 1999, {{TCG|Neo Genesis}} was released in Japan; in 2007, [[Pokémon Snap]] was released on [[Virtual Console]] in the US; 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]]; 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 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; 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 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; in 2000, {{TCG|Neo Genesis}} was released in English languages; in 2011, {{TCG|Dark Explorers}} was released in Japan.
| {{#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; in 2010, {{TCG|Black & White}} was released in Japan; in 2011, ''[[BW046|The Beartic Mountain Feud!]]'' aired in the US.
| {{#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; in 2010, ''[[DP186|Familiarity Breeds Strategy!]]'' premiered in the US.
| {{#time: z|December 19}} = On this day in 2002, ''[[AG005|In the Knicker of Time!]]'' premiered in Japan; 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 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.
| {{#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; in 2011, ''[[BW060|Stopping the Rage of Legends! Part 2]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#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. On this day in 1998, ''[[EP076|Fire and Ice]]'' premiered in Japan.
| {{#time: z|December 25}} = Today is {{wp|Christmas}}!
| {{#time: z|December 26}} = Today is {{wp|Boxing Day}}!
| {{#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; 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 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.
| {{#time: z|December 31}} = Today is {{wp|New Year's Eve}}! Rain is present on {{rt|213|Sinnoh}} today. Diamond dust occurs today. It is also {{adv|Bill}}'s birthday. On this day in 2004, [[Pokémate]] was released in Japan.
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