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This is a list of Pokémon obtainable from events found in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!. As of now, there are no ways to send these Pokémon to other games.
Due to the nature of candy and capture combos, most of the Pokémon listed below are also available as rare spawns.
- Main article: Partner Pokémon (game)
The player's starter Pokémon in these games is a special Pikachu or Eevee commonly referred to by the game as a Partner Pokémon. Players of Let's Go, Pikachu! start with Pikachu, while players of Let's Go, Eevee! start with Eevee. These Partner Pokémon have a fixed 31 IVs in every stat and have higher base stats than normal Pikachu and Eevee, but cannot be Shiny. Their gender is determined when the player starts a new game, as it is seen in a cutscene before being added to the party.
A salesman in Route 4's Pokémon Center will offer a Magikarp to the player for 500.
Bulbasaur will be given to the player by a girl in Cerulean City if they have caught 30 or more Pokémon.
A boy north of Route 24 will give the player a Charmander if they have caught 50 or more Pokémon.
An Officer Jenny in Vermilion City will give the player a Squirtle if they have caught 60 or more Pokémon.
Persian and Arcanine
In Vermilion City, outside the Pokémon Fan Club, the player will find a Black BeltPor BeautyE who, after a conversation, will ask the player to catch five GrowlitheP or MeowthE. After doing so, they will give the player a PersianP or ArcanineE.
During Team Rocket's invasion of Silph Co., the player can find a Silph employee will entrust the player with a Lapras.
Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan
Koichi, the master of the Fighting Dojo in Saffron City, will reward the player with their choice of either Hitmonlee or Hitmonchan after defeating him.
After defeating Team Rocket at Silph Co., they'll find a Scientist near Saffron City's Pokémon Center. He'll give the player the Porygon he developed as thanks for protecting it.
There are two set encounters with Snorlax accessible via the Poké Flute; one on Route 12 and one on Route 16. The player must capture or defeat at least one of them to proceed to Fuchsia City. Unlike most encounters in the game, the player must defeat Snorlax in a battle with a strict time limit of five minutes before they have the chance to capture it. The Snorlax on Route 16 will receive a boost in Defense at the start of battle, while the one on Route 12 receives a boost to Attack, similar to a Totem Pokémon or Ultra Beast.
The four fake item balls in the Power Plant all lead to traditional battles with wild Electrode with a time limit of five minutes. If the player can defeat them, they have an opportunity to capture them.
Omanyte and Kabuto
The Helix and Dome Fossils are found at the end of Mt. Moon, but the player may only choose one to keep. The player may revive the Fossil in the Pokémon Lab on Cinnabar Island.
The Old Amber is located in the secret part of the Pewter Museum of Science, which can only be accessed after learning the Secret Technique Chop Down. The player may revive the Fossil in the Pokémon Lab on Cinnabar Island.
Unlike most encounters in the game, the player must defeat the Legendary birds in a battle with a strict time limit of five minutes before they have the chance to capture it. The birds will receive a boost to all of their stats at the start of battle.
After successfully capturing one of the birds, the player may encounter others of the same species as rare spawns.
Articuno is found within the depths of the Seafoam Islands.
Zapdos is found inside the abandoned Power Plant.
Moltres, is found inside Victory Road, like it is in Generation I.
Like the Legendary birds, the player must defeat Mewtwo within five minutes in order to earn the opportunity to capture it, and it begins the battle with a boost to all its stats.