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*'''[[Pokérap GS]]''' - names all [[:Category:Generation II Pokémon|99 Pokémon]] introduced in [[Generation II]], excluding {{p|Celebi}}.
 
*'''[[Pokérap GS]]''' - names all [[:Category:Generation II Pokémon|99 Pokémon]] introduced in [[Generation II]], excluding {{p|Celebi}}.
 
*'''[[Hoenn Pokérap]]''' - names all [[:Category:Generation III Pokémon|133 Pokémon]] introduced in [[Generation III]], as well as {{p|Mew}} and {{p|Celebi}}, but, strangely, leaves out {{p|Relicanth}} and {{p|Zigzagoon}}.
 
*'''[[Hoenn Pokérap]]''' - names all [[:Category:Generation III Pokémon|133 Pokémon]] introduced in [[Generation III]], as well as {{p|Mew}} and {{p|Celebi}}, but, strangely, leaves out {{p|Relicanth}} and {{p|Zigzagoon}}.
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== Mistakes ==
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The Kanto Pokerap has two mistakes. Poliwrath was said, but Poliwag was seen instead. Similarly, Graveler was spoken, but a picture of Geodude was seen in its place.
   
 
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Revision as of 00:23, 15 May 2010

The Pokérap is a series of songs that was made popular by the Pokémon anime. It is the English equivalent of the song Can You Name All the Pokémon?.

The main purpose of the song was to list all the known Pokémon of a specific generation. It usually rhymes, as heard in the original Pokérap which had many Pokémon names that rhymed, but no rhymes were made in the next one as there was a limit on names that rhymed. The third Pokérap had rhymes, but didn't rhyme any Pokémon, instead rhyming normal words together, or with the Pokémon's name.

Usually, the evolutionary families would be jumbled up, and sung in different lines. In later raps, such as the Hoenn Pokérap, this rule was not followed; the Lotad family was sung together.

There are currently three Pokérap songs, one for each of the first three generations. A rap for the fourth generation of Pokémon has not yet been released, but is widely expected by fans.

Current Pokéraps

Mistakes

The Kanto Pokerap has two mistakes. Poliwrath was said, but Poliwag was seen instead. Similarly, Graveler was spoken, but a picture of Geodude was seen in its place.

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