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A '''Version Mascot''' is a [[Pokémon]] that appears on the boxart of a Pokémon video game. In games after [[Pokémon Red and Blue]], version mascots usually play a featured role in their respective game.
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A '''Version Mascot''' is a [[Pokémon]] that appears on the boxart of a Pokémon video game. In games after [[Pokémon Red and Blue]], version mascots usually play a featured role in their respective game. [[Lugia]] holds the record for most boxart appearances (including his Shadow form).
   
 
==List of Version Mascots==
 
==List of Version Mascots==
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===Side Games===
 
===Side Games===
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| [[Charizard]] and [[Blastoise]] ([[Venusaur]] and [[Pikachu]] also on cover in Japanese)
 
| [[Charizard]] and [[Blastoise]] ([[Venusaur]] and [[Pikachu]] also on cover in Japanese)
| [[Ho-oh]] and [[Lugia]]
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| [[Ho-Oh]] and [[Lugia]]
 
| [[Groudon]], [[Kyogre]], [[Entei]], [[Suicune]] and [[Raikou]]
 
| [[Groudon]], [[Kyogre]], [[Entei]], [[Suicune]] and [[Raikou]]
 
| [[Shadow Lugia]]
 
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Latest revision as of 00:49, July 25, 2014

A Version Mascot is a Pokémon that appears on the boxart of a Pokémon video game. In games after Pokémon Red and Blue, version mascots usually play a featured role in their respective game. Lugia holds the record for most boxart appearances (including his Shadow form).

List of Version MascotsEdit

Main seriesEdit

Generation IEdit

Red Blue Green Yellow
Pokemon Red Pokemon Blue GreenBox(J) Pokemon Yellow
Charizard Blastoise Venusaur Pikachu

Generation IIEdit

Gold Silver Crystal
Pokemon gold Pokemon silver Pokemon crystal
Ho-Oh Lugia Suicune

Generation IIIEdit

Ruby Sapphire FireRed LeafGreen Emerald
Ruby boxart Sapphire boxart FireRed boxart LeafGreen boxart 250px-Pokemon Emerald boxart EN-US
Groudon Kyogre Charizard Venusaur Rayquaza

Generation IVEdit

Diamond Pearl Platinum HeartGold SoulSilver
DiamondUS PearlUS PokPlatinumBoxArt HeartGoldUS SoulSilverUS
Dialga Palkia Giratina (Origin Form) Ho-Oh Lugia

Generation VEdit

Black White Black 2 White 2
Black boxart White boxart Black 2 English Boxart White 2 English Boxart
Reshiram Zekrom Kyurem (Black Form) Kyurem (White Form)

Generation VIEdit

X Y Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire
Pokemon X Version Boxart Pokemon Y Version Boxart OmegaRuby-EN AlphaSapphire-EN
Xerneas Yveltal Groudon Kyogre

Side GamesEdit

Stadium Stadium 2 Colosseum XD: Gale of Darkness
Pokémon Stadium Cover Pokémon Stadium 2 Cover Pokemon Colosseum Pokémon XD
Charizard and Blastoise (Venusaur and Pikachu also on cover in Japanese) Ho-Oh and Lugia Groudon, Kyogre, Entei, Suicune and Raikou Shadow Lugia

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