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|japanese title = 第4世代
 
|japanese title = 第4世代
 
|romaji title = Dai Yon-sedai
 
|romaji title = Dai Yon-sedai
|MainRegionName = Sinnoh
 
 
|region = Sinnoh
 
|region = Sinnoh
 
|JNDebut = September 28, 2006
 
|JNDebut = September 28, 2006
 
|ENDebut = April 22, 2007
 
|ENDebut = April 22, 2007
 
|pokemon = 493 <small>(107 new)</small>
 
|pokemon = 493 <small>(107 new)</small>
|maingames=Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, HeartGold and SoulSilver
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|maingames=[[Pokémon Diamond & Pearl Version]] <br /> [[Pokémon Platinum]] <br /> [[Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver Version]]
|remakes = Generation II
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|remakes = None
|image = PlatinumTitle.png
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|image = PKMN_Plt.png
|caption = Platinum
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|caption = Logo Of Final Game
|JNGenEnd = September 18, 2010
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|JNGenEnd = September 18, 2010 (1451 Days)
|USGenEnd = March 4, 2011
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|USGenEnd = March 4, 2011 (1412 Days)
 
|storage = [[My Pokémon Ranch|Ranch]]
 
|storage = [[My Pokémon Ranch|Ranch]]
 
|battlegame = [[Pokémon Battle Revolution|Battle Revolution]]
 
|battlegame = [[Pokémon Battle Revolution|Battle Revolution]]
 
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}}
'''Generation IV''' in the [[Pokémon]] franchise, is a term used to describe the fourth set of games and Pokémon introduced into the series. The Generation IV games introduced a number of advancements including new Pokémon, moves and gameplay features. Chronologically, these games take place in the same timeline as Generation II.
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'''Generation IV''' in the [[Pokémon]] franchise, is a term used to describe the fourth set of games and Pokémon introduced into the series. The Generation IV games introduced a number of advancements including new Pokémon, moves and gameplay features. Chronologically, these games take place in the same timeline as [[Generation II]].
   
== Starter Pokémon ==
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==Starter Pokémon==
[[File:Gen4.jpg|thumb|The Generation IV starters evolved ]]As with the other main series Pokémon games, a new set of [[starter Pokémon]] were introduced for the fourth generation. Continuing with tradition, these Pokémon are a [[Water Pokémon|Water]]-type, [[Grass Pokémon|Grass]]-type or a [[Fire Pokémon|Fire]]-type. They include [[Piplup]] (Water), [[Turtwig]] (Grass) and [[Chimchar]] (Fire).
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[[File:Gen4.jpg|thumb|The Generation IV starters evolved]]As with the other main series Pokémon games, a new set of [[starter Pokémon]] were introduced for the fourth generation. Continuing with tradition, these Pokémon are a [[Water Pokémon|Water]]-type, [[Grass Pokémon|Grass]]-type or a [[Fire Pokémon|Fire]]-type. They include [[Piplup]] (Water), [[Turtwig]] (Grass) and [[Chimchar]] (Fire).
   
 
In the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver|Gold and Silver]] remakes, [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver]], the starter Pokémon will remain the same. They include [[Totodile]] (Water), [[Chikorita]] (Grass) and [[Cyndaquil]] (Fire).
 
In the [[Pokémon Gold and Silver|Gold and Silver]] remakes, [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver]], the starter Pokémon will remain the same. They include [[Totodile]] (Water), [[Chikorita]] (Grass) and [[Cyndaquil]] (Fire).
   
== Gym Leaders and the Elite Four ==
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==Gym Leaders and the Elite Four==
 
Generation IV introduced a new set of [[Gym Leader]]s and the [[Elite Four]] in the Diamond, Pearl and Platinum games. All of these trainers specialize in a specific type of Pokémon and are key to progressing through the game. The HeartGold and SoulSilver Gym Leaders, Elite Four and Champion will remain the same as their predecessors.
 
Generation IV introduced a new set of [[Gym Leader]]s and the [[Elite Four]] in the Diamond, Pearl and Platinum games. All of these trainers specialize in a specific type of Pokémon and are key to progressing through the game. The HeartGold and SoulSilver Gym Leaders, Elite Four and Champion will remain the same as their predecessors.
   
 
===Gym Leaders===
 
===Gym Leaders===
====Diamond, Pearl and Platinum ====
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====Diamond, Pearl and Platinum====
 
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* In Pokémon Platinum, Fantina is the third Gym Leader. Maylene is fourth and Crasher Wake comes fifth.
 
   
 
====HeartGold and SoulSilver====
 
====HeartGold and SoulSilver====
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[[Aaron (Elite Four)|Aaron]]
 
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[[Flint (Sinnoh)|Flint]]
 
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====HeartGold and SoulSilver====
 
====HeartGold and SoulSilver====
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In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, the main antagonist is [[Team Rocket]]. They want to re-assemble their organization after [[Giovanni]] disbanded it after being beaten by [[Red]].
 
In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, the main antagonist is [[Team Rocket]]. They want to re-assemble their organization after [[Giovanni]] disbanded it after being beaten by [[Red]].
   
== Games ==
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==Games==
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===Main Series===
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{{Gallery Box-Small|<gallery captionalign="centre" position"centre" widths="180px">
 
File:DiamondUS.jpg|[[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|Pokémon Diamond]]
 
File:DiamondUS.jpg|[[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|Pokémon Diamond]]
 
File:PearlUS.jpg|[[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|Pokémon Pearl]]
 
File:PearlUS.jpg|[[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|Pokémon Pearl]]
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</gallery>
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<gallery position="center">
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File:PokPlatinumBoxArt.jpg|[[Pokémon Platinum]]
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</gallery>
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<gallery position="center">
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File:HeartGoldUS.jpg|[[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|Pokémon HeartGold]]
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File:SoulSilverUS.jpg|[[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|Pokémon SoulSilver]]
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</gallery>}}
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===Side-Series===
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{{Gallery Box-Small|<gallery captionalign="centre" position"centre" widths="180px">
 
File:Pokémon Battle Revolution.jpg|[[Pokémon Battle Revolution]]
 
File:Pokémon Battle Revolution.jpg|[[Pokémon Battle Revolution]]
 
File:PMD2.1.jpg|[[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time & Explorers of Darkness|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time]]
 
File:PMD2.1.jpg|[[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time & Explorers of Darkness|Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time]]
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File:My Pokémon Ranch.png|[[My Pokémon Ranch]]
 
File:My Pokémon Ranch.png|[[My Pokémon Ranch]]
 
File:Pokemon-Ranger-Shadows-Of-Almia-Unlockables-and-Hints-DS-2.jpg|[[Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia]]
 
File:Pokemon-Ranger-Shadows-Of-Almia-Unlockables-and-Hints-DS-2.jpg|[[Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia]]
File:PokPlatinumBoxArt.jpg|[[Pokémon Platinum]]
 
 
File:PMD3.jpg|[[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]]
 
File:PMD3.jpg|[[Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky]]
 
File:Rumble Logo.png|[[Pokémon Rumble]]
 
File:Rumble Logo.png|[[Pokémon Rumble]]
 
File:Pokemon Mystery Dungeon- Stormy, Blazing, and Light Adventure Squads.png|[[Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Stormy, Blazing, and Light Adventure Squads]]
 
File:Pokemon Mystery Dungeon- Stormy, Blazing, and Light Adventure Squads.png|[[Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Stormy, Blazing, and Light Adventure Squads]]
File:Pokemon HeartGold.jpg|[[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|Pokémon HeartGold]]
 
File:Pokemon_SoulSilver.jpg|[[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver|Pokémon SoulSilver]]
 
 
File:PokéPark Wii cover.png|[[PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure]]
 
File:PokéPark Wii cover.png|[[PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure]]
 
File:Guardian Signs cover.png|[[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs]]
 
File:Guardian Signs cover.png|[[Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs]]
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</gallery>}}
 
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*All the Sinnoh starter final evolutions have a second type.
 
*All the Sinnoh starter final evolutions have a second type.
 
 
*All the Sinnoh starter's evolved forms (Torterra, Infernape, Empoleon) can be super effective to each other with their secondary typing.
 
*All the Sinnoh starter's evolved forms (Torterra, Infernape, Empoleon) can be super effective to each other with their secondary typing.
 
 
*HeartGold and SoulSilver were released packaged with a pedometer called a PokéWalker that allows players to carry their Pokémon with them.
 
*HeartGold and SoulSilver were released packaged with a pedometer called a PokéWalker that allows players to carry their Pokémon with them.
 
 
*All the Sinnoh starter final evolutions can learn the move [[Earthquake]].
 
*All the Sinnoh starter final evolutions can learn the move [[Earthquake]].
 
 
*Generation IV has the most Legendary Pokémon of any generation.
 
*Generation IV has the most Legendary Pokémon of any generation.
 
 
*Generation IV has the most evolutionary additions to previous Generation families, such as [[Sneasel]] and [[Weavile]] or [[Tangela]] and [[Tangrowth]].
 
*Generation IV has the most evolutionary additions to previous Generation families, such as [[Sneasel]] and [[Weavile]] or [[Tangela]] and [[Tangrowth]].
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*Inventions from Generations IV and V were hinted in the third generation games, Sapphire, Ruby, and Emerald. If you go to the Devon Corporation building,on the second floor you see various scientist working on computers. When you talk to the scientists, one states that he is working on a device that will revive Pokémon fossils he follows by stating its working. When you talk to the other scientist on the computer he states that he is working on a device that will visually reproduce the dreams of Pokémon and he follows by stating that it is not going well. If you talk to the last scientist on a computer he will say he is developing a device that will allow you to talk with Pokémon he follows by saying that he hasn't had much success. The last invention could possibly show up in Generation VI.
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*In Pokémon Platinum, Fantina is the third Gym Leader. Maylene is fourth and Crasher Wake comes fifth.
   
*Inventions from Generations IV and V were hinted in the third generation games, Sapphire, Ruby, and Emerald. If you go to the Devon Corporation building,on the second floor you see various scientist working on computers. When you talk to the the scientists, one states that he is working on a device that will revive Pokémon fossils he follows by stating its working. When you talk to the other scientist on the computer he states that he is working on a device that will visually reproduce the dreams of Pokémon and he follows by stating that it is not going well. If you talk to the last scientist on a computer he will say he is developing a device that will allow you to talk with Pokémon he follows by saying that he hasn't had much success. The last invention could possibly show up in Generation VI if there is to be another generation.
 
 
{{GenerationNav}}
 
{{GenerationNav}}
 
[[Category:Generation IV]]
 
[[Category:Generation IV]]
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[[Category:Generations]]

Latest revision as of 04:56, July 23, 2014

Generation IV
第4世代
PKMN Plt
Logo Of Final Game
Information
Debut JN September 28, 2006
EN April 22, 2007
Pokémon 493 (107 new)
Region Sinnoh
Date Ended JN September 18, 2010 (1451 Days)
EN March 4, 2011 (1412 Days)
Game Information
Main Game(s): Pokémon Diamond & Pearl Version
Pokémon Platinum
Pokémon HeartGold & SoulSilver Version
Remakes: None
Storage games: Ranch
Battle Arena Games: Battle Revolution

Generation IV in the Pokémon franchise, is a term used to describe the fourth set of games and Pokémon introduced into the series. The Generation IV games introduced a number of advancements including new Pokémon, moves and gameplay features. Chronologically, these games take place in the same timeline as Generation II.

Starter PokémonEdit

Gen4

The Generation IV starters evolved

As with the other main series Pokémon games, a new set of starter Pokémon were introduced for the fourth generation. Continuing with tradition, these Pokémon are a Water-type, Grass-type or a Fire-type. They include Piplup (Water), Turtwig (Grass) and Chimchar (Fire).

In the Gold and Silver remakes, Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, the starter Pokémon will remain the same. They include Totodile (Water), Chikorita (Grass) and Cyndaquil (Fire).

Gym Leaders and the Elite FourEdit

Generation IV introduced a new set of Gym Leaders and the Elite Four in the Diamond, Pearl and Platinum games. All of these trainers specialize in a specific type of Pokémon and are key to progressing through the game. The HeartGold and SoulSilver Gym Leaders, Elite Four and Champion will remain the same as their predecessors.

Gym LeadersEdit

Diamond, Pearl and PlatinumEdit

Leader

Type

Roark

Rock

Gardenia

Grass

Maylene

Fighting

Crasher Wake

Water

Fantina

Ghost

Byron

Steel

Candice

Ice

Volkner

Electric

HeartGold and SoulSilverEdit

Leader

Type

Falkner

Flying

Bugsy

Bug

Whitney

Normal

Morty

Ghost

Chuck

Fighting

Jasmine

Steel

Pryce

Ice

Clair

Dragon

Elite FourEdit

Diamond, Pearl and PlatinumEdit

Member

Type

Aaron

Bug

Bertha

Ground

Flint

Fire

Lucian

Psychic

HeartGold and SoulSilverEdit

Member

Type

Will

Psychic

Koga

Poison

Bruno

Fighting

Karen

Dark

Pokémon ChampionEdit

In Pokémon Diamond, Pearl and Platinum, the Pokémon Champion is Cynthia, a woman that helps the player on various occasions. The Champion in HeartGold and SoulSilver remains the same as Generation II, which is Lance, a former member of the Elite Four and the man who helps you take down Team Rocket.

AntagonistEdit

In Pokémon Diamond, Pearl and Platinum, the main antagonist is Team Galactic, whose objectives is to create a new world.

In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, the main antagonist is Team Rocket. They want to re-assemble their organization after Giovanni disbanded it after being beaten by Red.

GamesEdit

Main SeriesEdit


Side-SeriesEdit


TriviaEdit

  • All the Sinnoh starter final evolutions have a second type.
  • All the Sinnoh starter's evolved forms (Torterra, Infernape, Empoleon) can be super effective to each other with their secondary typing.
  • HeartGold and SoulSilver were released packaged with a pedometer called a PokéWalker that allows players to carry their Pokémon with them.
  • All the Sinnoh starter final evolutions can learn the move Earthquake.
  • Generation IV has the most Legendary Pokémon of any generation.
  • Generation IV has the most evolutionary additions to previous Generation families, such as Sneasel and Weavile or Tangela and Tangrowth.
  • Inventions from Generations IV and V were hinted in the third generation games, Sapphire, Ruby, and Emerald. If you go to the Devon Corporation building,on the second floor you see various scientist working on computers. When you talk to the scientists, one states that he is working on a device that will revive Pokémon fossils he follows by stating its working. When you talk to the other scientist on the computer he states that he is working on a device that will visually reproduce the dreams of Pokémon and he follows by stating that it is not going well. If you talk to the last scientist on a computer he will say he is developing a device that will allow you to talk with Pokémon he follows by saying that he hasn't had much success. The last invention could possibly show up in Generation VI.
  • In Pokémon Platinum, Fantina is the third Gym Leader. Maylene is fourth and Crasher Wake comes fifth.
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