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A gender determines whether the Pokémon is male or female in the Pokémon video games. Some Pokémon have a greater chance of being one gender than another, such as Blastoise which has a 87.5% chance of being male, but only a 12.5% chance of being female. However, there are some moves that will only work on Pokémon with a specific gender. There were no genders in the Generation I games.

Genderless PokémonEdit

There are some Pokémon that have no Gender, usually because they are made of lifeless materials like metal and clay. Some of these are Voltorb, Electrode, Beldum, Metang, Metagross, and Ditto. Most Legendary Pokémon also do not have genders, except for Latias, Latios, Heatran, Cresselia, Landorus, Thundurus, and Tornadus.

Generation IEdit

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Generation I
Magnemite
Magneton
Voltorb
Electrode
Staryu
Starmie
Ditto
Porygon
Articuno
Zapdos
Moltres
Mewtwo
Mew

Generation IIEdit

Generation II
Unown
Porygon2
Raikou
Entei
Suicune
Lugia
Ho-Oh
Celebi

Generation IIIEdit

Generation III
Shedinja
Lunatone
Solrock
Baltoy
Claydol
Beldum
Metang
Metagross
Regirock
Regice
Registeel
Kyogre
Groudon
Rayquaza
Jirachi
Deoxys

Generation IVEdit

Generation IV
Bronzor
Bronzong
Magnezone
Porygon-Z
Rotom
Uxie
Mesprit
Azelf
Dialga
Palkia
Regigigas
Giratina
Phione
Manaphy
Darkrai
Shaymin
Arceus

Generation VEdit

Generation V
Victini
Klink
Klang
Klinklang
Cryogonal
Golett
Golurk
Cobalion
Terrakion
Virizion
Reshiram
Zekrom
Kyurem
Keldeo
Meloetta
Genesect

Generation VIEdit

Generation VI
Carbink
Xerneas
Yveltal
Zygarde
Hoopa
Volcanion

Generation VIIEdit

Generation VI*
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Silvally
Minior
Dhelmise
Tapu Koko
Tapu Lele
Tapu Bulu
Tapu Fini
Cosmog
Cosmoem
Solgaleo
Lunala
Nihilego
Buzzwole
Pheromosa
Xurkitree
Celesteela
Kartana
Guzzlord
Necrozma
Magearna
Marshadow
Poipole
Naganadel
Stakataka
Blacephalon
Zeraora

Trivia Edit

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