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Generation I Button - Squirtle Generation II Button - Totodile Generation III Button - Mudkip
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Generation IV Generation V Generation VI
Generation IV Button - Piplup Generation V Button - Oshawott Generation VI Button - Froakie
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Did You Know...
  • ... That using the action replay can get you a male Petilil?
  • ... That every region from Generation I-IV are based on actual regions in Japan?
  • ... That Misty specializes in Water-Type Pokémon but had a Togepi and Azurill which are both normal Types?
  • ... That Swampert is the only Water-Type Starter Pokémon not able to learn Hydro Pump?
  • ... That Snivy is a Pokémon that resembles a snake?
  • ... That all Gym Leader's names are a play on the type they specialize in?
  • ... That the Kanto and Johto regions don't have a Legendary Dragon-type Pokémon?
  • ... That Riolu is the most popular playable character in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky?
  • ... That a foe using Fly can still be damaged by Stone Edge, Thunder, and Rock Slide?
  • ... That all of the pre-evolutions of May's Pokémon are starters in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Series, except Beautifly?
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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 Flannery

Flannery
Flannery is a character in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire. A trainer of Lavaridge Town specializing in Fire-type Pokémon, Flannery has taken the position of Gym Leader recently enough. Even if she makes a lot of mistakes for a Gym Leader, her battle skills are much greater than it seems.

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JapanFlag
Japan
Name: Sing Piplup Method: Wi-Fi Available: July 20th to August 9th
JapanFlag
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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.

--Interruption of updates--

  • 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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XY034 The Forest Champion! Enter Hawlucha!! XY024 Climbing the Walls!
200px A Sky Battle!? Hawlucha VS Talonflame!! XY025 A Battle by Any Other Name!
200px Reflection Cave! Mirror World Ash and Ash!? XY026 To Find a Fairy Flower!
200px The Trevenant from the Wriggling Forest! XY027 The Bonds of Evolution
Pokémon the Series: XY


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