Pokémon GO

Pokédex: Complete Guide For Playing Pokémon GO

Pokédex
Written by Elton Mayo

Pokémon GO is the new thing that everybody is talking about. Everybody that you know are playing it. And only a handful of people is not a part of this craze. But they are also engaging in criticizing this craze. And this, in turn, makes them talk about the Pokémon GO app as well. So yes, the point I am trying to make is every single person is talking about it. This augmented reality game is all about the players catching all of the Pokémons and filling up Pokédex.

And trust me if you are addicted, and honestly who is not! , then you must be having troubles in filling up your Pokédex. We all do not have the time travel to places all the time. And weekends just do not cut it enough to complete that Pokédex. And also the fact that the game itself does not give as much clue as we would like is a point to be noted. And there are 151 Pokémons listed in that huge Pokédex. When we are walking around and are near a Pokémon, we see their silhouette in the Nearby tab. But if we have not encountered that particular Pokémon before, we will not be able to see what it is. And often it happens that we end up running meters for a common Pokémon that we do not want.

Would it not be great if we had a clear idea about which Pokémons are out there and how they look like? That would make our work so much easier. So here is a list of all the 151 Pokémons that are available to catch. I am going to list their names, their types, additional types in some cases. In addition to this, you will also find information about which Pokémon evolves into which one. And you will also be able to see what is required for that evolution. Now isn’t that so lovely on my part? But being a Pokémon enthusiast myself, it is entirely my pleasure to share this with you, my fellow Pokémon collectors and trainers. So, here we go!


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Complete Pokédex:

As I have already mentioned, there are 151 Pokémons available as of yet. As far as the news goes, Niantic Labs might release some rare Pokémons on different occasions. But there is not a lot that we can do about it now. So here is the list of the already existing ones. I am going to list them by their numbers in the Pokédex.

I also have a picture with all the Pokémons listed in the Pokédex with their names. So go through it now and become the Pokémaster!

Pokédex

Pokédex Number Pokémon Primary Type Secondary Type Evolution Cost Evolves To

#001

Bulbasaur

Grass

Poison

Costs 25 Bulbasaur Candies.

Ivysaur

#002

Ivysaur

Grass

Poison

Costs 100 Bulbasaur Candies.

Venosaur

#003

Venusaur

Grass

Poison

#004

Charmander

Fire

Costs 25 Charmander Candies.

Charmeleon

#005

Charmeleon

Fire

Costs 100 Charmander Candies.

Charizard

#006

Charizard

Fire

Flying

#007

Squirtle

Water

Costs 25 Squirtle Candies.

Wartortle

#008

Wartortle

Water

Costs 100 Squirtle Candies.

Blastoise

#009

Blastoise

Water

#010

Caterpie

Bug

Costs 12 Caterpie Candies.

Metapod

#011

Metapod

Bug

Costs 50 Caterpie Candies.

Butterfree

#012

Butterfree

Bug

Flying

#013

Weedle

Bug

Poison

Costs 12 Weedle Candies.

Kakuna

#014

Kakuna

Bug

Poison

Costs 50 Weedle Candies.

Beedrill

#015

Beedrill

Bug

Poison

#016

Pidgey

Normal

Flying

Costs 12 Pidgey Candies.

Pidgeotto

#017

Pidgeotto

Normal

Flying

Costs 50 Pidgey Candies.

Pidgeot

#018

Pidgeot

Normal

Flying

#019

Rattata

Normal

Costs 25 Rattata Candies.

Raticate

#020

Raticate

Normal

#021

Spearow

Normal

Flying

Costs 50 Spearow Candies.

Fearow

#022

Fearow

Normal

Flying

#023

Ekans

Poison

Costs 50 Ekans Candies.

Arbok

#024

Arbok

Poison

#025

Pikachu

Electric

Costs 50 Pikachu Candies to evolve.

Raichu

#026

Raichu

Electric

#027

Sandshrew

Ground

Costs 50 Sandshrew Candies.

Sandslash

#028

Sandslash

Ground

#029

Nidoran♀

Poison

Costs 25 Nidoran♀ Candies.

Nidorina

#030

Nidorina

Poison

Costs 100 Nidoran♀ Candies to evolve.

Nidoqueen

#031

Nidoqueen

Poison

Ground

#032

Nidoran♂

Poison

Costs 25 Nidoran♂ Candies.

Nidorino

#033

Nidorino

Poison

Costs 100 Nidoran♂ Candies.

Nidoking

#034

Nidoking

Poison

Ground

#035

Clefairy

Normal

Costs 50 Clefairy Candies.

Clefable

#036

Clefable

Normal

#037

Vulpix

Fire

Costs 50 Vulpix Candies.

Ninetales

#038

Ninetales

Fire

#039

Jigglypuff

Normal

Costs 50 Jigglypuff Candies.

Wigglytuff

#040

Wigglytuff

Normal

#041

Zubat

Poison

Flying

Costs 50 Zubat Candies.

Golbat

#042

Golbat

Poison

Flying

#043

Oddish

Grass

Poison

Costs 25 Oddish Candies.

Gloom

#044

Gloom

Grass

Poison

Costs 100 Oddish Candies.

Vileplume

#045

Vileplume

Grass

Poison

#046

Paras

Bug

Grass

Costs 50 Paras Candies.

Parasect

#047

Parasect

Bug

Grass

#048

Venonat

Bug

Poison

Costs 50 Venonat Candies.

Venomoth

#049

Venomoth

Bug

Poison

#050

Diglett

Ground

Costs 50 Diglett Candies.

Dugtrio

#051

Dugtrio

Ground

#052

Meowth

Normal

Costs 50 Meowth Candies.

Persian

#053

Persian

Normal

#054

Psyduck

Water

Costs 50 Psyduck Candies.

Golduck

#055

Golduck

Water

#056

Mankey

Fighting

Costs 50 Mankey Candies.

Primeape

#057

Primeape

Fighting

#058

Growlithe

Fire

Costs 50 Growlithe Candies to evolve.

Arcanine

#059

Arcanine

Fire

#060

Poliwag

Water

Costs 25 Poliwag Candies to evolve.

Poliwhirl

#061

Poliwhirl

Water

Costs 100 Poliwag Candies to evolve.

Poliwrath

#062

Poliwrath

Water

Fighting

#063

Abra

Psychic

Costs 25 Abra.

Kadabra

#064

Kadabra

Psychic

Costs 100 Abra Candies to evolve.

Alakazam

#065

Alakazam

Psychic

#066

Machop

Fighting

Costs 25 Machop Candies.

Machoke

#067

Machoke

Fighting

Costs 100 Machop Candies.

Machamp

#068

Machamp

Fighting

#069

Bellsprout

Grass

Poison

Costs 25 Bellsprout Candies.

Weepinbell

#070

Weepinbell

Grass

Poison

Costs 100 Bellsprout Candies.

Victreebel

#071

Victreebel

Grass

Poison

#072

Tentacool

Water

Poison

Costs 50 Tentacool Candies to evolve.

Tentacruel

#073

Tentacruel

Water

Poison

#074

Geodude

Rock

Ground

Costs 25 Geodude Candies to evolve.

Graveler

#075

Graveler

Rock

Ground

Costs 100 Geodude Candies.

Golem

#076

Golem

Rock

Ground

#077

Ponyta

Fire

Costs 50 Ponyta Candies to evolve.

Rapidash

#078

Rapidash

Fire

#079

Slowpoke

Water

Psychic

Costs 50 Slowpoke Candies to evolve.

Slowbro

#080

Slowbro

Water

Psychic

#081

Magnemite

Electric

Steel

Costs 50 Magnemite Candies to evolve.

Magneton

#082

Magneton

Electric

Steel

#083

Farfetch’d

Normal

Flying

No evolution

#084

Doduo

Normal

Flying

Costs 50 Doduo Candies.

Dodrio

#085

Dodrio

Normal

Flying

#086

Seel

Water

Costs 50 Seel Candies to evolve.

Dewgong

#087

Dewgong

Water

Ice

#088

Grimer

Poison

Costs 50 Grimer Candies to evolve.

Muk

#089

Muk

Poison

#090

Shellder

Water

Costs 50 Shellder Candies to evolve.

Cloyster

#091

Cloyster

Water

Ice

#092

Gastly

Ghost

Poison

Costs 25 Gastly Candy to evolve.

Haunter

#093

Haunter

Ghost

Poison

Costs 100 Gastly Candy to evolve.

Genger

#094

Gengar

Ghost

Poison

#095

Onix

Rock

Ground

No evolution

#096

Drowzee

Psychic

Costs 50 Drowzee Candies to evolve.

Hypno

#097

Hypno

Psychic

#098

Krabby

Water

Costs 50 Krabby Candies to evolve.

Kingler

#099

Kingler

Water

#100

Voltorb

Electric

Costs 50 Voltorb Candies to evolve.

Electrode

#101

Electrode

Electric

#102

Exeggcute

Grass

Psychic

Costs 50 Exeggcute Candies to evolve.

Exeggcutor

#103

Exeggcutor

Grass

Psychic

#104

Cubone

Ground

Costs 50 Cubone Candies to evolve.

Marowak

#105

Marowak

Ground

#106

Hitmonlee

Fighting

No evolution

#107

Hitmonchan

Fighting

No evolution

#108

Lickitung

Normal

No evolution

#109

Koffing

Poison

Costs 50 Koffing Candies to evolve.

Weezing

#110

Weezing

Poison

#111

Rhyhorn

Ground

Rock

Costs 50 Rhyhorn Candies to evolve.

Rhydon

#112

Rhydon

Ground

Rock

#113

Chansey

Normal

No evolution

#114

Tangela

Grass

No evolution

#115

Kangaskhan

Normal

No evolution

#116

Horsea

Water

Costs 50 Horsea Candies to evolve.

Seadra

#117

Seadra

Water

#118

Goldeen

Water

Costs 50 Goldeen Candies to evolve.

Seaking

#119

Seaking

Water

#120

Staryu

Water

Costs 50 Staryu Candies to evolve.

Starmie

#121

Starmie

Water

#122

Mr.Mime

Psychic

No evolution

#123

Scyther

Bug

Flying

Unknown if Scyther can currently evolve.

Possible Scizor

#124

Jynx

Ice

Psychic

Unknown if Jynx can currently evolve.

Possible Smoochum.

#125

Electabuzz

Electric

No evolution

#126

Magmar

Fire

No evolution

#127

Pinsir

Bug

No evolution

#128

Tauros

Normal

No evolution

#129

Magikarp

Water

Costs 400 Magikarp Candies to evolve.

Gyarados

#130

Gyarados

Water

Flying

#131

Lapras

Water

Ice

No evolution

#132

Ditto

Normal

No sightings yet

#133

Eevee

Normal

Costs 25 Eevee Candies to evolve.

Vaporeon, Jolteon or Flareon (random chance, depends on what you name Eevee)

#134

Vaporeon

Water

Name Something like Rainy

#135

Jolteon

Electric

Name Something Like Sparky.

#136

Flareon

Fire

Name Something Like Pyro.

#137

Porygon

Normal

No evolution.

#138

Omanyte

Rock

Water

Costs 50 Omanyte Candies to evolve.

Omastar

#139

Omastar

Rock

Water

#140

Kabuto

Rock

Water

Costs 50 Kabuto Candies to evolve.

Kabutops

#141

Kabutops

Rock

Water

#142

Aerodactyl

Rock

Flying

No evolution

#143

Snorlax

Normal

No evolution

#144

Articuno

Ice

Flying

No Sightings Yet

#145

Zapdos

Electric

Flying

No Sightings Yet

#146

Moltres

Fire

Flying

No Sightings Yet

#147

Dratini

Dragon

Costs 25 Dratini Candies to evolve.

Dragonair

#148

Dragonair

Dragon

Costs 100 Dratini Candies to evolve.

Dragonite

#149

Dragonite

Dragon

Flying

#150

Mewtwo

Psychic

No Sightings Yet

#151

Mew

Psychic

No Sightings Yet

Tips For Completing Pokédex:

As far as the press releases by Niantic Labs go, Pokémons can be found anywhere near you. But if you are looking for a particular type, go to places where they can possible habitat. This means that Grass-tpe Pokémons are more likely to be found in fields and parks. Water-type Pokémons are likely to be found easily near water bodies like lakes. And that’s how it goes.

There are also Pokémons that are typical to a particular region. The spokesperson had announced that the developers at Niantic Labs encourage the people actually to explore like those characters from the Pokémon cartoon series. And this indicates that you might have to travel to other continents too. However, those rare Pokémons are not yet out. They will be released in the world of Pokémon GO on different occasions.

Eevee Evolution:

And the last but not the least information is about the evolution of Eevee. I have already mentioned it in the table that the evolution is random. Here is why it is so. Eevee is a Normal-type Pokémon. But the surprising cool fact is that it can evolve into a Fire-type, a Water-type or an Electric-type Pokémon. This evolution is mainly random. But as far as the series goes, which I obviously endeavored as a kid, you might be able to control the evolution. This possible controlling can be done through your naming of Eevee.

Once you have captured an Eevee, you can name it. You can give a name to any Pokémon that you have caught so far. Now if you name your Eevee something like ‘Rainy’, it has a chance of evolving into a Vaporeon. Vaporean is Water-type. If you name the Eevee Sparky, it might become the Electric-type Pokémon Jolteon. And similarly naming it Pyro might turn it into the Fire-type Flareon.

So there it is. All that you need to know about Pokédex and the Pokémons. Catch ’em all!

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