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Generation I Button - Squirtle Generation II Button - Totodile Generation III Button - Mudkip
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Kanto Johto Hoenn
Generation IV Generation V Generation VI
Generation IV Button - Piplup Generation V Button - Oshawott Generation VI Button - Froakie
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Sinnoh Unova Kalos


Did You Know...
  • ... That Eevee didn't receive an evolution in Generations III and V?
  • ... That Gastly hate daylight?
  • ... That Cobalion, Virizion, Terrakion, and Keldeo's Ability is named after a show?
  • ... That Cilan and Falkner are the only first gym leaders in their respective region who don't use Rock-Type Pokémon?
  • ... That the move Covet in Generation III games would make you earn an endless supply of Heart Scale, Shards, Moon Stone, Sun Stone, and certain Berries, if used on the respective varying wild Pokémon?
  • ... That all Gym Leader's names are a play on the type they specialize in?
  • ... That Normal-type moves don't effect Ghost-type Pokémon and vice-versa?
  • ... That if you use a cheat to make Spiritomb or Sableye learn Wonder Guard, it will become invincible?
  • ... That a foe using Fly can still be damaged by Stone Edge, Thunder, and Rock Slide?
  • ... That in the fourth generation games all of the starter Pokémon's third evolutions have two types?
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Featured Pokémon of the Month
Nincada
National Dex: 290 290Nincada
Type(s): Bug/Ground
Species: Trainee Pokémon
Abilities: Compound Eyes, Run Away (DW)
Nincada (Japanese: ツチニン Tutinin) is a bug/ground-type Pokémon of Hoenn region. It evolves into Ninjask, and, if the trainer has five Pokémon in the party and a free Poké Ball, a Shedinja will be added. Nincada can live up to 10 years underground, feeding on nutrients of trees. Due to underground life, Nincada are nearly blind, but await for their evolution.
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Featured Character
Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire Steven

Steven Stone
Steven Stone is a character in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire. The Champion of Hoenn, Steven specializes in steel-type Pokémon. His research includes observations of fossils, rocks and stones. Recently, he has been studying the Mega Evolution, how it affects Pokémon. He can be found in various places, giving presents to worthy trainers, or challenging them to difficult battles.

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Name: Sing Piplup Method: Wi-Fi Available: July 20th to August 9th
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Name: Pokédex Guide Altaria Method: Global Link Available: November 18th, 2011 - November 30th
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Name: Keldeo Method: Movie Available: June 23rd - August 31st
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Name: Meloetta Method: Movie Available: July 14th - September 30th
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Name: Lucario Method: Global Link Available: January 12th - September 27th
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Name: Birthday Togekiss Method: Global Link Available: September 1st 2011 - August 30th
Event news

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  • September 24: The Mewtwo being distributed in Japan has Electro Ball as a move, normally Mewtwo cannot learn this move.
  • September 12: A Japanese Mewtwo event shown through a CoroCoro leak. It will be at level 70 and, as of yet, no special characteristics are known.
  • September 6: A Zoroark knowing Snarl announced to be distributed at Toys "R" Us stores.

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  • January 23: Cartoon Network moves Pokémon airing an hour later
  • January 21: Reading Gamerbase Tournament prizes revealed
  • January 20: Norway Celebi distribution announced
  • January 19: Nintendo reveals 3DS launch dates
  • January 19: Pokémon Blog reveals new English names
  • January 19: Best Wishes! dub title revealed
  • January 16: Victini, Zuruggu to be distributed this year
  • January 13: Black and White can be pre-ordered!
  • January 11: Mr. Miyamoto reveals the starter Pokémon English names
  • January 10: Shiny Entei is next for Event Pokémon
  • January 8: New Pokémon Episode
Upcoming and Recent Episodes
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XY037 The Trevenant from the Wriggling Forest! XY028 Heroes - Friends and Faux Alike!
XY038 Pokémon Summer Camp! Enter the Rival Trio!! XY029 Mega Revelations!
XY039 Serena VS Shauna! PokéVision Showdown!! XY030 The Cave of Trials!
XY040 PokéEnteering! The X in the Mist! XY031 The Aura Storm!
Pokémon the Series: XY

Festival of Battle - {{{Region}}}, Part {{{Part}}}

Welcome, welcome, to the first annual fight of the Pokémon Wiki, the Festival of Battle! I'm [[User:{{{User}}}|{{{User}}}]] and I will be your host of the Festival this week! The Festival, as you have read, features the battles of Pokémon in a specific region. Each weekend you can taste some of the battles these Pokémon will have, so give a big support for ones you like!

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Now, let's hear for the commentators!

  • [[User:{{{Commenter1}}}|{{{Commenter1short}}}]]:Well, I think Mega Charizard Y will beat Mega Garchomp easily using some Dragon type moves but Mega Garchomp knows some moves that can beat Mega Charizard Y easily like using Ground type moves and some Rock type moves like Rock Tomb. Mega Garchomp also can beat Mega Charizard Y using Surf because Charizard are part fire type pokémon and weak to water type moves. Same with rock and ground type moves too.
  • [[User:{{{Commenter2}}}|{{{Commenter2short}}}]]:


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Winners of the Festival Battles

Generation Pokémon


006Charizard
Charizard: 473
Vaporeon: 279
208Steelix
Steelix: 352
Sneasel: 163
356Dusclops
Dusclops: 343
Cacturne: 144
444Gabite
Gabite: 373
Floatzel: 125
635Hydreigon
Lilligant & Hydregion: 320
Emolga & Liepard: 67
706Goodra
Goodra: 245
Florges: 101


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