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Alakazam
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Arbok
Arcanine
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Articuno
Azumarill
Bayleef
Beedrill
Bellossom
Bellsprout
Blastoise
Blissey
Bulbasaur
Butterfree
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Celebi
Chansey
Charizard
Charmander
Charmeleon
Chikorita
Chinchou
Clefable
Clefairy
Cleffa
Cloyster
Corsola
Crobat
Croconaw
Cubone
Cyndaquil
Delibird
Dewgong
Diglett
Ditto
Dodrio
Doduo
Donphan
Dragonair
Dragonite
Dratini
Drowzee
Dugtrio
Dunsparce
Eevee
Ekans
Electabuzz
Electrode
Elekid
Entei
Espeon
Exeggcute
Exeggutor
Farfetch'd
Fearow
Feraligtr
Flaafy
Flareon
Forretress
Furret
Gastly
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Geodude
Gligar
Girafarig
Gloom
Golbat
Goldeen
Golduck
Golem
Granbull
Graveler
Grimer
Growlithe
Gyarados
Haunter
Heracross
Hitmonchan
Hitmonlee
Hitmontop
Ho-oh
Hoothoot
Hoppip
Horsea
Houndoom
Houndour
Hypno
Igglybuff
Ivysaur
Jigglypuff
Jolteon
Jynx
Jumpluff
Kabuto
Kabutops
Kadabra
Kakuna
Kangaskhan
Kingler
Kingdra
Koffing
Krabby
Lanturn
Lapras
Larvitar
Ledyba
Ledian
Lickitung
Lugia
Machamp
Machoke
Machop
Magcargo
Magikarp
Magby
Magmar
Magnemite
Magneton
Mankey
Mantine
Mareep
Marowak
Marill
Meganium
Meowth
Metapod
Mew
Mewtwo
Miltank
Misdreavus
Moltres
Mr. Mime
Muk
Murkrow
Natu
Nidoking
Nidoqueen
Nidoran Female
Nidoran Male
Nidorina
Nidorino
Ninetales
Noctowl
Octillery
Oddish
Omanyte
Omastar
Onix
Paras
Parasect
Persian
Phanpy
Pichu
Pidgeot
Pidgeotto
Pidgey
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Poliwhirl
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Porygon
Porygon2
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Pupitar
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Raticate
Rattata
Remoraid
Rhydon
Rhyhorn
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Seadra
Seaking
Seel
Sentret
Shellder
Shuckle
Skarmory
Skiploom
Slowbro
Slowking
Slowpoke
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Smeargle
Smoochum
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Tododile
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Typhlosion
Tyranitar
Tyrogue
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Venonat
Venusaur
Victreebel
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Voltorb
Vulpix
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Pokemon Name Size Data Evolution
#001 Bulbasaur 2'4" Bulbasaur is a grass/poison type Pokemon. It is one of the three starter Pokemon from Professor Oak. Of the three Bulbasaur is the easy option through the game, being the strongest against the most gym leaders. #001 Bulbasaur -> Lv.18 #002 Ivysaur -> Lv. 32
#003 Venusaur
#002 Ivysaur 3'3" Ivysaur is the evolved form of Bulbasaur. The bulb on its back has now opened into a bud. It is a stronger grass/poison type than Bulbasaur and is effective with spores. Ivysaur evolves earlier than either of the other two secondary stage starter Pokemon. #001 Bulbasaur -> Lv.18
#002 Ivysaur -> Lv. 32
#003 Venusaur
#003 Venusaur 6'7" Venasaur is move powerful then Ivysaur and the bud on its back has bloomed into a flower which makes it slower than the others. The most powerful move Venasaur does is Solar Beam, which on the gameboy takes two turns to use, because it needs to take in sunlight. But if you use the move Sunny Day it does not need to take in sunlight for 5 turns. #001 Bulbasaur -> Lv.18
#002 Ivysaur -> Lv. 32
#003 Venusaur
#004 Charmander 2'0" Charmander is the fire type of the three starter Pokemon from Professor Oak. If you choose this, you will be choosing the most difficult path in the game, but with lots of training and care, Charmander eventually becomes the strongest of the three. #004 Charmander -> Lv. 16
#005 Charmeleon -> Lv. 36
#006 Charizard
#005 Charmeleon 3'7" Charmeleon is the evolved form of Charmander. It a stronger fire type than Charmander but may not listen to its trainer if it feels the trainer is weak. Charmeleons best attack is rage, which gets more powerful the angrier it gets. #004 Charmander -> Lv. 16
#005 Charmeleon -> Lv. 36
#006 Charizard
#006 Charizard 5'7" Charizard is the final stage of Charmander and does not evolve. It is the strongest of the three starter Pokemon. It is said that its fire is so strong it can split boulders. Charizard is a stronger fire type than Charmeleon and when it evolves it gets the ability to fly. Charizard's strongest move it learns is Flamethrower but it can be taught Fire Blast which is even stronger. -> Lv. 16
#005 Charmeleon -> Lv. 36
#006 Charizard
#007 Squirtle 1'8" Squirtle is the water type starter Pokemon. It might look like a cute turtle but don't be fooled, its water attacks can be very powerful. It is the third starter Pokemon from Professor Oak and choosing this Pokemon will be the medium path in the game because it is good against quite a few of the gym leaders but not them all. #007 Squirtle -
-> Lv. 36
#009 Blastoise
#008 Wartortle 3'3" Wartortle is the evolved form of Squirtle and is a stronger water type than Squirtle. Wartortle can be trained as a firefighter because of its powerful water attacks, but in the wild Wartortle are expert swimmers and can move their ears to swim even faster. #007 Squirtle -> Lv. 16
#008 Wartortle -> Lv. 36
#009 Blastoise
#009 Blastoise 5'3" Blastoise is the evolved form of Wartortle. It is a stronger water type than Wartortle and is the last stage of Squirtle. The strongest move Blastoise does is Hydropump, which is very effective against fire types. Blastoise is also very good at high speed tackles because it has pressurized water jets under its shell. -> Lv. 16
#008 Wartortle -> Lv. 36
#009 Blastoise
#010 Caterpie 1'0" Caterpie is a bug type Pokemon. It is a weak Pokemon, but it has the advantage of Stringshot, which wraps the enemy in a tight cacoon of gooey string. Caterpie has small feet which have suction pads on the bottom so it is able to climb up vertally anything from trees to walls. Although it is a weak Pokemon, Caterpie does not need much training to evolve. #010 Caterpie -> Lv. 7
#011 Metapod -> Lv. 10
#012 Butterfree
#011 Metapod 2'4" When Caterpie evovles it turns into a cacuno. Metapod can hardly move and is weak, but if it used Harden, it will become hard and inbreakable. Metapod is difficult to train, but it does not need much experience to evolve. Metapod is a bug type Pokemon. #010 Caterpie -> Lv. 7
#011 Metapod -> Lv. 10
#012 Butterfree
#012 Butterfree 3'7 A true transformation. When Metapod evolves it comes out of its cacoon and evolves into Butterfree. Butterfree is the final stage and has the ability to fly. It is highly effective with spores. Butterfree is a bug/flying type Pokemon. #010 Caterpie -> Lv. 7
#011 Metapod -> Lv. 10
#012 Butterfree
#013 Weedle 1'0" Weedle is a bug type Pokemon. It is usually found in forests in all versions except Yellow. Weedle has a poisonous sting on its head which it uses in battle. It is weak but doen't need much experience to evolve. #013 Weedle -> Lv. 7
#014 Kakuna -> Lv. 10
#015 Beedrill
#014 Kakuna 2'0" Like Caterpie, when the bug type Weedle evolves, it turns into a cacoon. Kakuna is practically incapable of moving and in the wild, they hang from trees until they evolve. If threatened Kakuna will Harden and is practically invincible. #013 Weedle -> Lv. 7
#014 Kakuna -> Lv. 10
#015 Beedrill
#015 Beedrill 3'3" Beedrill is a bug/poison type Pokemon which is the evolved form of Kakuna. It is a great deal stronger than Kakuna and when it evolves it gets the ability to fly. Beedrill has poisonous stingers in its tail and legs which it uses for attacks like 'Poison Sting' or 'Twin Needle'. Beedrill is the final evolutionary stage of Weedle meaning it does not evolve. #013 Weedle -> Lv. 7
#014 Kakuna -> Lv. 10
#015 Beedrill
#016 Pidgey 1'0" Pidgey is a small flying type bird Pokemon. It is a common Pokemon often found in forests and dense areas. Pidgey aren't very strong but they are very reliable, and can be used to deliver messages and important things. In the wild, they kick up sand into their opponents face to blind them then make an escape, but if defeated, Pidgey is an easy Pokemon to capture. #016 Pidgey -> Lv. 18
#017 Pidgeotto -> Lv. 36
#018 Pidgeot
#017 Pidgeotto 3'7" Pidgeotto is a normal/flying Pokemon. Although it is stronger than Pidgey it is usually still not powerful enough to carry humans although rarely Pidgeotto can carry humans.

Pidgeotto are very protective of their domain and will fiercly attack any intruders. It takes hard work to evolve Pidgey into Pidgeotto but it is a very loyal Pokemon.

#016 Pidgey -> Lv. 18
#017 Pidgeotto -> Lv. 36
#018 Pidgeot
#018 Pidgeot 4'11" Pidgeot is the finally stage of Pidgey. It is a strong normal/bird Pokemon. Pidgeot is stronger than Pidgeotto and can now carry humans which can be an advantage to trainers. #016 Pidgey -> Lv. 18
#017 Pidgeotto -> Lv. 36
#018 Pidgeot
#019 Rattata 1'0" Rattata is a small normal type Pokemon, similar to a rat. Its large teeth cause nasty attacks, such as super fang and hyper fang. It is a cautious Pokemon that can be found in grass nearly anywhere. #019 Rattata -> Lv. 20 #020 Raticate
#020 Raticate 2'4" Raticate is the evolved form of Ratatta. A normal type Pokemon with teeth that grow steadily, causing Raticate to have to gnaw on rocks and logs in order to keep the fangs sizeable. Raticate can take half an opponent's life with a single bite. #019 Rattata -> Lv. 20 #020 Raticate
#021 Spearow 1'0 Spearow is a vicious bird-type Pokemon that will not forget a grudge. If it senses danger it will cry out - a sound that can be heard over half a mile away. All the Spearow in the area will flock to the one in danger, making it very dangerous for a trainer. Ash had serveral run-ins with Spearow in his Kanto quest. #021 Spearow -> Lv.20 #021 Fearow
#022 Fearow 3'11" Fearow is the evolved form of Spearow. It has an even worse temper than Spearow. A very fast Pokemon, recognisable by its long beak, or orange feathers. It is very fearsome and will not submit in a fight. #021 Spearow -> Lv.20 #021 Fearow
#023 Ekans 6'7" Ekans is a snake-like Pokemon, with poisonous fangs and a paralysing glare. It is long, but often wraps itself in a coil, making it appear much smaller. #023 Ekans
-> Lv.22 #024 Arbok
#024 Arbok 11'6 Arbok is the evolved form of Ekans. It is almost double the size of Ekans, but once again appears smaller by coiling up. It is very strong and if it captures an enemy in its coils, it is almost impossible for the enemy to escape. #023 Ekans
-> Lv.22 #024 Arbok
#025 Pikachu 1'4

Pikachu is famous, of course, as it is Ash's starter Pokemon. However, Pikachu is not usually a starter, only in Pokemon Yellow. It is an electric mouse which stores its electricity in its cheeks.

Pikachu is a playable character on SSMB.
#025 Pikachu
-> Thunderstone #024 Raichu
#026 Raichu
#027 Sandshrew
#028 Sandslash
#029 Nidoran
(Female)
#030 Nidorina
#031 Nidoqueen
#032 Nidoran
(Male)
#033 Nidorino
#034 Nidoking
#035 Clefairy
#036 Clefable
#037 Vulpix
#038 Ninetales
#039 Jigglypuff
#040 Wigglytuff
#041 Zubat
#042 Golbat
#043 Oddish
#044 Gloom
#045 Vileplume
#046 Paras
#047 Parasect
#048 Venonat
#049 Venomoth
#050 Diglett
#051 Dugtrio
#052 Meowth
#053 Persian
#054 Psyduck
#055 Golduck
#056 Mankey
#057 Primeape
#058 Growlithe
#059 Arcanine
#060 Poliwag
#061 Poliwhirl
#062 Poliwrath
#063 Abra
#064 Kadabra
#065 Alakazam
#066 Machop
#067 Machoke
#068 Machamp
#069 Bellsprout
#070 Weepinbell
#071 Victreebel
#072 Tentacool
#073 Tentacruel
#074 Geodude
#075 Graveler
#076 Golem
#077 Ponyta
#078 Rapidash
#079 Slowpoke
#080 Slowbro
#081 Magnemite
#082 Magneton
#083 Farfetch'd
#084 Dodo
#085 Dodrio
#086 Seel
#087 Dewgong
#088 Grimer
#089 Muk
#090 Shellder
#091 Cloyster
#092 Gastly
#093 Haunter
#094 Gengar
#095 Onix
#096 Drowzee
#097 Hypno
#098
#099
#100
#101
#102
#103
#104
#105
#106
#107
#108
#109
#110
#111
#112
#113 Chancey
#114
#115
#116
#117
#118
#119
#120
#121
#122
#123
#124
#125
#126
#127
#128
#129
#130
#131
#132 Ditto
#133 Eevee
#134 Vapoeon
#135 Jolteon
#136 Flareon
#137 Porygon
#138
#139
#140 Kabuto
#141 Kabutops
#142 Aerodactyl
#143 Snorlax
#144 Articuno
#145 Zapdos
#146 Moltres
#147 Dratini
#148 Dragonair
#149 Dragonite
#150 Mewtwo
#151 Mew
#152 Chikorita
#153 Bayleef
#154 Meganium
#155 Cyndaquil
#156 Quilaver
#157 Typhlosion
#158 Totodile
#159 Croconaw
#160 Feraligatr
#161 Sentret
#162 Furret
#163 Hoothoot
#164 Noctowl
#165 Ledyba
#166 Ledian
#167 Spinarak
#168 Ariados
#169
#170
#171
#172
#173
#174
#175
#176
#177
#178
#179
#180
#181 Ampharos
#182
#183
#184
#185
#186
#187 Aipom
#188
#189
#190
#191
#192
#193
#194
#195
#196
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#199
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#201
#202
#203
#204
#205
#206
#207
#208
#209
#210
#211
#212
#213
#214
#215
#216
#217
#218
#219
#220
#221
#222
#223
#224
#225
#226
#227
#228
#229
#230 Kingdra
#231 Phanpy
#232 Donphan
#233 Porygon2
#234 Stantler
#235 Smeargle
#236 Tyrogue
#237 Hitmontop
#238 Smoochum
#239 Elekid
#240 Magby
#241 Miltank
#242 Blissey
#243 Raikou
#244 Entei
#245 Suicune
#246 Lavitar
#247 Pupitar
#248 Tyranitar
#249 Lugia
#250 Ho-oh
#251 Celebie


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