Full Galar Pokédex: All Pokémon in Pokémon Sword and Shield

Pokémon Sword and Shield have hit store shelves and the Nintendo Switch eShop and we now have a solid look at which Pokémon can and cannot be obtained in the games. The games are making series history by being the first mainline Pokémon titles to not have every single existing Pokémon available. While previous mainline entries in the series excluded certain Pokémon from their regional Pokédexes, every existing Pokémon was at least coded into the game and obtainable in some way (usually in the post-game). Pokémon Sword and Shield are the exception: the majority of all existing Pokémon are not obtainable in any way in these games. This may not bother some players, while others may be forced to mourn the loss of their favorite Pokémon.

Wherever you fall in the realm of opinion, we have the full Galar Pokédex (and therefore a complete list of all the Pokémon in the games) right here for your perusing. This list also includes brand-new Gen VIII Pokémon, so if you don’t recognize some names, that’s probably why! If you’ve yet to play the games, you may want to stay clear of this guide if you want to go into them completely fresh! If not, then scroll away!

 

How many Pokémon are in Pokémon Sword and Shield?

 

There are 400 obtainable Pokémon in Pokémon Sword and Shield.

 

What Pokémon are in Pokémon Sword and Shield?

 

The following Pokémon are available and obtainable in Pokémon Sword and Shield. This list includes their Galar Pokédex number, name, Typing, Abilities, locations, evolutionary lines, whether they’re exclusive to Sword or Shield, and if they have a Gigantamax form.

 

Pokédex NumberPokémon NameTypeAbilitiesLocationsEvolutionsExclusivityGigantamax?
1GrookeyGrassOvergrow, Grassy Surge (Hidden)Gift from Leon in PostwickEvolves into Thwackey at Level 16No
2ThwackeyGrassOvergrow, Grassy Surge (Hidden)Evolves from Grookey at Level 16, Evolves into Rillaboom at Level 35No
3RillaboomGrassOvergrow, Grassy Surge (Hidden)Evolves from Thwackey at Level 35No
4ScorbunnyFireBlaze, Libero (Hidden)Gift from Leon in PostwickEvolves into Raboot at Level 16No
5RabootFireBlaze, Libero (Hidden)Evolves from Scorbunny at Level 16, Evolves into Cinderace at Level 35No
6CinderaceFireBlaze, Libero (Hidden)Evolves from Raboot at Level 35No
7SobbleWaterTorrent, Sniper (Hidden)Gift from Leon in PostwickEvolves into Drizzile at Level 16.No
8DrizzileWaterTorrent, Sniper (Hidden)Evolves from Sobble at Level 16, Evolves into Inteleon at Level 35No
9InteleonWaterTorrent, Sniper (Hidden)Evolves from Drizzile at Level 35No
10BlipbugBugSwarm, Compoundeyes, Telepathy (Hidden)Route 1, Route 2, Giant's Cap, Slumbering Weald, Max Raid BattlesEvolves into Dottler at Level 10No
11DottlerBug/PsychicSwarm, Compoundeyes, Telepathy (Hidden)Route 5, Giant's Cap, Giant's Mirror, Stony WildernessEvolves from Blipbug at Level 10, Evolves into Orbeetle at Level 30No
12OrbeetleBug/PsychicSwarm, Compoundeyes, Telepathy (Hidden)Route 5, Giant's Cap, Giant's Mirror, Stony Wilderness, Max Raid BattlesEvolves from Dottler at Level 30No
13CaterpieBugShield Dust, Run Away (Hidden)Route 1, Max Raid BattlesEvolves into Metapod at Level 7No
14MetapodBugShed SkinRolling Fields, Max Raid BattlesEvolves from Caterpie at Level 7, Evolves into Butterfree at Level 10No
15ButterfreeBug/FlyingCompoundeyes, Tinted Lens (Hidden)East Lake Axewell, Giant's Mirror, Rolling Fields, Slumbering Weald, Max Raid BattlesEvolves from Metapod at Level 10Yes
16GrubbinBugSwarm Route 1, Dappled Grove, East Lake Axewell, North Lake Miloch, Slumbering Weald, Watchtower Ruins, Max Raid BattlesEvolves into Charjabug at Level 20No
17CharjabugBug/ElectricBatteryAxew's Eye, Dusty Bowl, Hammerlocke Hills, Max Raid BattlesEvolves from Charjabug at Level 20, Evolves into Vikavolt with ThunderstoneNo
18VikavoltBug/ElectricLevitateMax Raid Battles, Strong Spawn in Wild AreaEvolves from Charjabug with ThunderstoneNo
19HoothootNormal/FlyingInsomnia, Keen Eye, Tinted Lens (Hidden)Route 1, Route 2, Dappled Grove, Giant's Cap, Slumbering Weald, Max Raid BattlesEvolves into Noctowl at Level 20No
20NoctowlNormal/FlyingInsomnia, Keen Eye, Tinted Lens (Hidden)Giant's Cap, Motostoke Outskirts, Motostoke Riverbank, Max Raid Battles, Strong Spawn in Wild AreaEvolves from Hoothoot at Level 20No
21RookideeFlyingKeen Eye, Unnerve, Big Pecks (Hidden Ability)Route 1, Route 2, Route 3, Motostoke Riverbank, Slumbering Weald, Max Raid BattlesEvolves into Corvisquire at Level 18No
22CorvisquireFlyingKeen Eye, Unnerve, Big Pecks (Hidden)Route 3 (Sword Only), Giant's Mirror, Hammerlocke Hills, Motostoke Riverbank, Max Raid Battles, Strong Spawn in Wild AreaEvolves from Rookidee at Level 18, Evolves into Corviknight at Level 38No
23CorviknightFlying/SteelPressure, Unnerve, Mirror Armor (Hidden)Route 7, Dusty Bowl, Lake of Outrage, Slumbering Weald, Max Raid Battles, Strong Spawn in Wild AreaEvolves from Corvisquire at Level 38Yes
24SkowvetNormalCheek Pouch, Gluttony (Hidden)Route 1, Route 2, Route 3, Route 4, Route 5, Dappled Grove, Motostoke Riverbank, North Lake Miloch, Rolling Fields, Slumbering Weald, Watchtower Ruins, Max Raid BattlesEvolves into Greedent at Level 24No
25GreeduntNormalCheek Pouch, Gluttony (Hidden)Route 6, Route 7, Route 9, Axew's Eye, Bridge Field, Giant's Cap, Giant's Mirror, Giant's Seat, Hammerlocke Hills, Lake of Outrage, Motostoke Riverbank, Max Raid Battles, Strong Spawn in Wild AreaEvolves from Skwovet at Level 24No
26PidoveNormal/FlyingBig Pecks, Super Luck, Rivalry (Hidden)East Lake Axewell, North Lake Miloch, Rolling Fields, Watchtower Ruins, Max Raid BattlesEvolves into Tranquill at Level 21No
27TranquillNormal/FlyingBig Pecks, Super Luck, Rivalry (Hidden)Bridge Field, Giant's Mirror, Giant's Seat, Stony Wilderness, Max Raid BattlesEvolves from Pidove at Level 21, Evolves into Unfezant at Level 32No
28UnfezantNormal/FlyingBig Pecks, Super Luck, Rivalry (Hidden)Axew's Eye, Hammerlocke Hills, Max Raid Battles, Strong Spawn in Wild AreaEvolves from Tranquill at Level 32No
29NickitDarkRun Away, Unburden, Stakeout (Hidden)Route 1, Route 2, Dusty Bowl, Giant's Mirror, Stony Wilderness, Max Raid BattlesEvolves into Thievul at Level 18No
30ThievulDarkRun Away, Unburden, Stakeout (Hidden)Route 7, Route 9, Bridge Field, Hammerlocke Hills, Stony Wilderness, Max Raid Battles, Strong Spawn in Wild AreaEvolves from Nickit at Level 18No
31ZigzagoonDark/NormalPickup, Gluttony, Quick Feet (Hidden)Route 2, Route 3, Bridge Field, Giant's Cap, Stony Wilderness, Max Raid BattlesEvolves into Linoone at Level 20No
32LinooneDark/NormalPickup, Gluttony, Quick Feet (Hidden)Giant's Cap, Max Raid Battles, Strong Spawn in Wild AreaEvolves from Zigzagoon at Level 20, Evolves into Obstagoon at Level 35 at NightNo
33ObstagoonDark/NormalReckless, Guts, Defiant (Hidden)Route 2 (Sword Only), Lake of Outrage, Max Raid Battles, Strong Spawn in Wild AreaEvolves from Linoone at Level 35 at NightNo
34WoolooNormalFluffy, Run Away, Bulletproof (Hidden)Route 1, Route 4, Motostoke Riverbank, Max Raid BattlesEvolves into Dubwool at Level 24No
35DubwoolNormalFluffy, Steadfast, Bulletproof (Hidden)Dusty Bowl, Hammerlocke Hills, Motostoke Riverbank, Max Raid Battles, Strong Spawn in Wild AreaEvolves from Wooloo at Level 24No
36LotadWater/GrassSwift Swim, Rain Dish, Own Tempo (Hidden)Route 2, Dappled Grove, Rolling Fields, West Lake Axewell, Max Raid BattlesEvolves into Lombre at Level 14Pokémon ShieldNo
37LombreWater/GrassSwift Swim, Rain Dish, Own Tempo (Hidden)Route 5, Dappled Grove, Giant's Cap, Giant's Seat, South Lake Miloch, Max Raid BattlesEvolves from Lotad at Level 14, Evolves into Ludicolo with Water StonePokémon ShieldNo
38LudicoloWater/GrassSwift Swim, Rain Dish, Own Tempo (Hidden)Max Raid Battles, Strong Spawn in Wild AreaEvolves from Lombre with Water StonePokémon ShieldNo
39SeedotGrassChlorophyll, Early Bird, Pickpocket (Hidden)Route 2, Dappled Grove, West Lake Axewell, Max Raid BattlesEvolves into Nuzleaf at Level 14Pokémon SwordNo
40NuzleafGrass/DarkChlorophyll, Early Bird, Pickpocket (Hidden)Route 5, Dappled Grove, Giant's Cap, Giant's Seat, Rolling Fields, South Lake Miloch, Max Raid BattlesEvolves from Seedot at Level 14, Evolves into Shiftry with Leaf StonePokémon SwordNo
Shiftry
Chewtle
Drednaw
Purrloin
Liepard
Yamper
Boltund
Bunnelby
Diggersby
Minccino
Cinccino
Bounsweet
Steenee
Tsareena
Oddish
Gloom
Vileplume
Bellossom
Budew
Roselia
Roserade
Wingull
Pelipper
Joltik
Galvantula
Electrike
Manectric
Vulpix
Ninetales
Growlithe
Arcanine
Vanillite
Vanillish
Vanilluxe
Swinub
Piloswine
Mamoswine
Delibird
Snorunt
Glalie
Froslass
Baltoy
Claydol
Mudbray
Mudsdale
Dwebble
Crustle
Golett
Golurk
Munna
Musharna
Natu
Xatu
Stufful
Bewear
Snover
Anomasnow
Krabby
Kingler
Wooper
Quagsire
Corphish
Crawdaunt
Nincada
Ninjask
Shedinja
Tyrogue
Hitmonlee
Hitmonchan
Hitmontop
Pancham
Pangoro
Klink
Klang
Klinklang
Combee
Vespiquen
Bronzor
Bronzong
Ralts
Kirlia
Gardevoir
Gallade
Drifloon
Drifblim
Gossifleur
Eldegoss
Cherubi
Cherrim
Stunky
Skuntank
Tympole
Palpitoad
Seismitoad
Duskull
Dusclops
Dusknoir
Machop
Machoke
Machamp
Gastly
Haunter
Gengar
Magikarp
Gyrados
Goldeen
Seaking
Remoraid
Octillery
Shellder
Cloyster
Feebas
Milotic
Basculin
Wishiwashi
Pyukumuku
Trubbish
Garbodor
Sizzlipede
Centiskorch
Rolycoly
Carkol
Coalossal
Diglett
Dugtrio
Drilbur
Excadrill
Roggenrola
Boldore
Gigalith
Timburr
Gurdurr
Conkeldurr
Woobat
Swoobat
Noibat
Noivern
Onix
Steelix
Arrokuda
Barraskewda
Meowth
Perrserker
Persian
Milcery
Alcremie
Cutiefly
Ribombee
Ferroseed
Ferrothorn
Pumpkaboo
Gourgeist
Pichu
Pikachu
Raichu
Eevee
Vaporeon
Jolteon
Flareon
Espeon
Umbreon
Leafeon
Glaceon
Sylveon
Applin
Flapple
Appletun
Espurr
Mewostic
Swirlix
Slurpuff
Spritzee
Aromatisse
Dewpider
Araquanid
Wynaut
Wobbuffet
Farfetch?d
Sirfetch?d
Chinchou
Lanturn
Croagunk
Toxicroak
Scraggy
Scrafty
Stunfisk
Shuckle
Barboach
Whiscash
Shellos
Gastrodon
Wimpod
Golisopod
Binacle
Barbaracle
Cosola
Cursola
Impidimp
Morgrem
Grimmsnarl
Hatenna
Hattrem
Hatterene
Salandit
Salazzle
Pawniard
Bisharp
Throh
Sawk
Koffing
Weezing
Bonsly
Sudowoodo
Cleffa
Clefairy
Clefable
Togepi
Togetic
Togekiss
Munchlax
Snorlax
Cottonee
Whimsicott
Rhyhorn
Rhydon
Rhyperior
Gothita
Gothorita
Gothitelle
Solosis
Duosion
Reuniclus
Karrablast
Escavalier
Shelmet
Accelgor
Elgyem
Beheeyem
Cubchoo
Beartic
Rufflet
Braviary
Vullaby
Mandibuzz
Skorupi
Drapion
Litwick
Lampent
Chandelure
Inkay
Malamar
Sneasel
Weavile
Sableye
Mawile
Maractus
Sigilyph
Riolu
Lucario
Torkoal
Mimikyu
Cufant
Copperajah
Qwilfish
Frillish
Jellicent
Mareanie
Toxapex
Cramorant
Toxel
Toxtricity
Silicobra
Sandaconda
Hippopotas
Hippowdon
Durant
Heatmor
Helioptile
Heliolisk
Hawlucha
Trapinch
Vibrava
Flygon
Axew
Fraxure
Haxorus
Yamask
Runerigus
Cofagrigus
Honedge
Doublade
Aegislash
Ponya
Rapidash
Sinistea
Polteageist
Indeedee
Phantump
Trevenant
Morelull
Shiinotic
Oranguru
Passimian
Morepeko
Falinks
Drampa
Turtonator
Togedemaru
Snom
Frosmoth
Clobbopus
Grapploct
Pinchurchin
Mantyke
Mantine
Wailmer
Wailord
Bergmite
Avalugg
Dhelmise
Lapras
Lunatone
Solrock
Mime Jr.
Mr. Mime
Mr. Rime
Darumaka
Darmanitan
Stonjourner
Eiscue
Duraludon
Rotom
Ditto
Dracozolt
Arctozolt
Dracovish
Arctovish
Charmander
Charmeleon
Charizard
Type:Null
Silvally
Larvitar
Pupitar
Tyranitar
Deino
Zweilous
Hydreigon
Goomy
Sliggoo
Goodra
Jangmo-o
Hakamo-o
Komoo-o
Dreepy
Drakloak
Dragapult
Zacian
Zamazenta
Eternatus

 

An additional 35 Pokémon were found in the games’ data, but they cannot be obtained in-game at the moment and it is not known if they ever will be obtainable:

 

Pokémon Name
Bulbasaur
Ivysaur
Venusaur
Squirtle
Wartortle
Blastoise
Mew
Mewtwo
Celebi
Jirachi
Coballion
Virizion
Terrakion
Reshiram
Zekrom
Kyurem
Keldeo
Rowlet
Dartrix
Decidueye
Litten
Torracat
Incineroar
Popplio
Brionne
Primarina
Cosmog
Cosmoem
Solgaleo
Lunala
Necrozma
Marshadow
Zeraora
Meltan
Melmetal

 

What Pokémon aren’t in Pokémon Sword and Shield?

 

The following 472 Pokémon are missing from Pokémon Sword and Shield and cannot be obtained. This list includes the 35 Pokémon found in the games’ data mentioned above:

 

Pokémon Name
Bulbasaur
Ivysaur
Venosaur
Squirtle
Wartotle
Blastoise
Weedle
Kakuna
Beedrill
Pidgey
Pidgeotto
Pidgeot
Rattata
Raticate
Spearow
Fearow
Arbok
Ekans
Sandshrew
Sandslash
Nidoran
Nidorino
Nidoking
Nidoran
Nidorina
Nidoqueen
Jigglypuff
Igglybuff
Zubat
Golbat
Paras
Parasect
Venonat
Venomoth
Psyduck
Golduck
Mankey
Primeape
Poliwag
Poliwhirl
Poliwrath
Abra
Kadabra
Alakazam
Belsprout
Victrebell
Weepinbell
Tentacool
Tentacruel
Geodude
Graveler
Golem
Slowpoke
Slowbro
Magnemite
Magneton
Doduo
Dodrio
Seel
Dewgong
Grimer
Muk
Drowzee
Hypno
Voltorb
Electrode
Exeggcute
Exeggutor
Cubone
Marowak
Lickitung
Porygon
Omanyte
Omastar
Kabuto
Kabutops
Aerodactyl
Articuno
Zapdos
Moltres
Dratini
Dragonair
Dragonite
Mewtwo
Chikorita
Bayleef
Meganium
Cyndaquil
Quilava
Typhlosion
Totodile
Croconaw
Feraligatr
Sentret
Furret
Ledyba
Ledian
Spinarak
Ariados
Crobat
Wigglytuff
Mareep
Flaaffy
Ampharos
Marill
Azumarill
Politoad
Hoppip
Skiploom
Jumpluff
Aipom
Sunkern
Sunflora
Yanma
Murkrow
Slowking
Misdreavus
Unown
Girafarig
Pineco
Forretress
Dunsparce
Gligar
Snubbull
Granbull
Scizor
Heracross
Teddyursa
Ursaring
Slugma
Magcargo
Skarmory
Houndour
Houndoom
Kingdra
Phanpy
Donphan
Porygon-2
Smeargle
Smoochum
Elekid
Magby
Miltank
Blissey
Raikou
Entei
Suicune
Lugia
Ho-oh
Celebi
Treecko
Grovyle
Sceptile
Torchick
Combusken
Blaziken
Mudkip
Marshtomp
Swampert
Poochyena
Mightyena
Wurmple
Silcoon
Cascoon
Beautifly
Dustox
Taillow
Swellow
Surskit
Masquerain
Shroomish
Breloom
Slakoth
Vigoroth
Slaking
Whismur
Loudred
Makuhita
Hariyama
Azurill
Nosepass
Skitty
Delcatty
Aron
Lairon
Aggron
Meditite
Medichan
Plusle
Minun
Volbeat
Illumise
Gulpin
Swalot
Carvanha
Sharpedo
Numel
Camerupt
Spoink
Grumpig
Spinda
Cacnea
Cacturn
Swablu
Altaria
Zangoose
Seviper
Lileep
Cradily
Anorith
Armaldo
Castform
Kecleon
Shuppet
Banette
Tropius
Chimecho
Absol
Spheal
Sealeo
Walrein
Clamperl
Huntail
Gorebyss
Luvdisc
Bagon
Shelgon
Salamence
Beldum
Metang
Metagross
Regirock
Regice
Registeel
Latios
Latias
Kyogre
Groundon
Rayquaza
Jirachi
Deoxys
Turtwig
Grotle
Torterra
Chimchar
Monferno
Infernape
Piplup
Prinplup
Empoleon
Starly
Staravia
Staraptor
Bidoof
Bibarel
Kricketot
Kricketune
Shinx
Luxio
Luxray
Cranidos
Rampardos
Shieldon
Bastiodon
Burmy
Wormadan
Mothim
Pachirisu
Buizel
Floatzel
Ambipom
Buneary
Lopunny
Mismagius
Honchkrow
Glameow
Purugly
Chingling
Happiny
Chatot
Spiritomb
Gible
Gabite
Garchomp
Carnivine
Finneon
Lumineon
Magnezone
Lickilicky
Tangrowth
Electivire
Magmortar
Yanmega
Gliscor
Porygon-Z
Probopass
Uxie
Mesprit
Azelf
Dialga
Palkia
Heatran
Regigigas
Giratina
Cresselia
Phione
Manaphy
Darkrai
Shaymin
Arceus
Victini
Snivy
Servine
Serperior
Tepig
Pignite
Emboar
Oshawott
Dewott
Samurott
Patrat
Watchog
Lillipup
Herdier
Stoutland
Pansage
Simisage
Pansear
Simisear
Panpour
Simipour
Blitzle
Zebstrika
Audino
Sewaddle
Swadloon
Leavany
Vernipede
Whirlipede
Scolipede
Petilil
Liligant
Sandile
Krokorok
Krookodile
Tirtouga
Carracosta
Archen
Archeops
Zorua
Zoruark
Ducklett
Swanna
Deerling
Sawsbuck
Emolga
Foongus
Amoonguss
Alomomola
Tynamo
Eelektrik
Eelektross
Cryogonal
Mienfoo
Mienshao
Driddigon
Boufallant
Larvesta
Volcarona
Cobalion
Terrakion
Virizion
Tornadus
Thundurus
Zekrom
Reshiram
Landorus
Kyurem
Keldeo
Meloetta
Genesect
Chespin
Quilladin
Chesnaught
Fennekin
Braixen
Delphox
Froakie
Frogadier
Greninja
Fletchling
Fletchinder
Talonflame
Scatterbug
Spewpa
Vivillion
Pyroar
Flabebe
Floette
Florges
Skiddo
Gogoat
Furfrou
Skrelp
Dragalge
Clauncher
Clawitzer
Tyrunt
Tyrantrum
Amara
Aurorus
Dedenne
Carbink
Klefki
Xerneas
Yvetal
Zygarde
Diancie
Hoopa
Volcanion
Rowlet
Dartrix
Decidueye
Litten
Torracat
Incineroar
Popplio
Brionne
Primarina
Pikipek
Trumbeak
Toucannon
Yongoos
Gumshoos
Crabrawler
Crabominable
Oricorio
Rockruff
Lycanroc
Fomantis
Lurantis
Comfey
Sandygast
Palossand
Minior
Komala
Bruxish
Tapu Koko
Tapu Lele
Tapu Bulu
Tapu Fini
Cosmog
Cosmoem
Solgaleo
Lunala
Nihilego
Buzzswole
Pheromosa
Xurkitree
Celesteela
Kartana
Guzzlord
Necrozma
Magearna
Marshadow
Poiple
Naganadel
Stakataka
Blacephalon
Zeraora
Meltan
Melmetal

 

How many Pokémon from each generation are in Pokémon Sword and Shield?

 

Not all generations were treated equally when compiling the Galar Pokédex. Here’s a breakdown of how many Pokémon from each past generation of games are included in Pokémon Sword and Shield:

 

Generation# of Included Pokémon% of Representation in Galar Pokédex
I4711.75%
II328%
III4010%
IV389.5%
V8120.25%
VI328%
VII369%
VIII9423.5%

 

Generation VIII, comprised of new Pokémon making their debuts in Pokémon Sword and Shield, make up the highest percentage of representation in the Galar Dex by far. It’s followed closely by Generation V (Pokémon that debuted in Pokémon Black, White, Black 2, and White 2). Generation V is the generation with the most representation of any previous generation.

 

How are Galar Pokédex Pokémon represented on a per-generation basis?

 

We can also break down representation by looking at how many Pokémon were taken from each generation for inclusion in Pokémon Sword and Shield.

 

GenerationPokémon in Galar PokédexPokémon Missing from Galar PokédexTotal Pokémon in GenerationPercentage of Generation in Galar Pokédex
I4710415135.8%
II326810033%
III409513531.1%
IV386910735.5%
V817515654.5%
VI32407248.6%
VII36528840.9%

 

Again, Gen V had the most Pokémon make it into Pokémon Sword and Shield, with well over half of its total number of Pokémon. Gen III looks to have gotten the least amount of representation, with just over 31% of all Gen III Pokémon appearing in Pokémon Sword and Shield.

 

Unique Typings debuting in Generation VIII

 

The following Pokemon all have unique Typings that have never before been seen in a Pokemon game:

 

  • Dottler and Orbeetle: Bug/Psychic
  • Morpeko: Electric/Dark
  • Impidimp, Morgrem, and Grimmsnarl: Dark/Fairy
  • Snom and Frosmoth: Bug/Ice
  • Toxel and Toxtricity: Poison/Electric
  • Galarian Weezing: Poison/Fairy

 


 

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  1. asun says:

    I loved the previous format, I could just ctrl+F and move on

    This method doesn’t work

    I tried to type “Smeargle” and it didn’t show up on either list

    I had to manually find the page Smeargle was in

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  2. John says:

    How are Happiny and Blissey in the game but Chansey isn’t?

    Reply →
  3. Mario says:

    Amazing content analysis, what a sad notice for some of my favourite pokémon not included :C

    Reply →