creatures that are caught using pokeballs
and then made slaves and used to beat up other pokemon

001 Bulbasaur
002 Ivysaur
003 Venusaur
004 Charmander
005 Charmeleon
006 Charizard
007 Squirtle
008 Wartortle
009 Blastoise
010 Caterpie
011 Metapod
012 Butterfree
013 Weedle
014 Kakuna
015 Beedrill
016 Pidgey
017 Pidgeotto
018 Pidgeot
019 Rattata
020 Raticate
021 Spearow
022 Fearow
023 Ekans
024 Arbok
025 Pikachu
026 Raichu
027 Sandshrew
028 Sandslash
029 Nidoran-F
030 Nidorina
031 Nidoqueen
032 Nidoran-M
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 Doduo
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 Krabby
099 Kingler
100 Voltorb
101 Electrode
102 Exeggcute
103 Exeggutor
104 Cubone
105 Marowak
106 Hitmonlee
107 Hitmonchan
108 Lickitung
109 Koffing
110 Weezing
111 Rhyhorn
112 Rhydon
113 Chansey
114 Tangela
115 Kangaskhan
116 Horsea
117 Seadra
118 Goldeen
119 Seaking
120 Staryu
121 Starmie
122 Mr.Mime
123 Scyther
124 Jynx
125 Electabuzz
126 Magmar
127 Pinsir
128 Tauros
129 Magikarp
130 Gyarados
131 Lapras
132 Ditto
133 Eevee
134 Vaporeon
135 Jolteon
136 Flareon
137 Porygon
138 Omanyte
139 Omastar
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 Quilava
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 Crobat
170 Chinchou
171 Lanturn
172 Pichu
173 Cleffa
174 Igglybuff
175 Togepi
176 Togetic
177 Natu
178 Xatu
179 Mareep
180 Flaaffy
181 Ampharos
182 Bellossom
183 Marill
184 Azumarill
185 Sudowoodo
186 Politoed
187 Hoppip
188 Skiploom
189 Jumpluff
190 Aipom
191 Sunkern
192 Sunflora
193 Yanma
194 Wooper
195 Quagsire
196 Espeon
197 Umbreon
198 Murkrow
199 Slowking
200 Misdreavus
201 Unown
202 Wobbuffet
203 Girafarig
204 Pineco
205 Forretress
206 Dunsparce
207 Gligar
208 Steelix
209 Snubbull
210 Granbull
211 Qwilfish
212 Scizor
213 Shuckle
214 Heracross
215 Sneasel
216 Teddiursa
217 Ursaring
218 Slugma
219 Magcargo
220 Swinub
221 Piloswine
222 Corsola
223 Remoraid
224 Octillery
225 Delibird
226 Mantine
227 Skarmory
228 Houndour
229 Houndoom
230 Kingdra
231 Phanpy
232 Donphan
233 Porygon 2
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 Larvitar
247 Pupitar
248 Tyranitar
249 Lugia
250 Ho-oh
251 Celebi
252 Treecko
253 Grovyle
254 Sceptile
255 Torchic
256 Combusken
257 Blaziken
258 Mudkip
259 Marshtomp
260 Swampert
261 Poochyena
262 Mightyena
263 Zigzagoon
264 Linoone
265 Wurmple
266 Silcoon
267 Beautifly
268 Cascoon
269 Dustox
270 Lotad
271 Lombre
272 Ludicolo
273 Seedot
274 Nuzleaf
275 Shiftry
276 Taillow
277 Swellow
278 Wingull
279 Pelipper
280 Ralts
281 Kirlia
282 Gardevoir
283 Surskit
284 Masquerain
285 Shroomish
286 Breloom
287 Slakoth
288 Vigoroth
289 Slaking
290 Nincada
291 Ninjask
292 Shedinja
293 Whismur
294 Loudred
295 Exploud
296 Makuhita
297 Hariyama
298 Azurill
299 Nosepass
300 Skitty
301 Delcatty
302 Sableye
303 Mawile
304 Aron
305 Lairon
306 Aggron
307 Meditite
308 Medicham
309 Electrike
310 Manectric
311 Plusle
312 Minun
313 Volbeat
314 Illumise
315 Roselia
316 Gulpin
317 Swalot
318 Carvahna
319 Sharpedo
320 Wailmer
321 Wailord
322 Numel
323 Camerupt
324 Torkoal
325 Spoink
326 Grumpig
327 Spinda
328 Trapinch
329 Vibrava
330 Flygon
331 Cacnea
332 Cacturne
333 Swablu
334 Altaria
335 Zangoose
336 Seviper
337 Luntone
338 Solrock
339 Barboach
340 Whiscash
341 Corphish
342 Crawdaunt
343 Baltoy
344 Claydol
345 Lileep
346 Cradily
347 Anorith
348 Armaldo
349 Feebas
350 Milotic
351 Castform
352 Kecleon
353 Shuppet
354 Banette
355 Duskull
356 Dusclops
357 Tropius
358 Chimecho
359 Absol
360 Wynaut
361 Snorunt
362 Glalie
363 Spheal
364 Sealeo
365 Walrein
366 Clampearl
367 Huntail
368 Gorebyss
369 Relicanth
370 Luvdisc
371 Bagon
372 Shellgon
373 Salamence
374 Beldum
375 Metang
376 Metagross
377 Regirock
378 Regice
379 Registeel
380 Latias
381 Latios
382 Kyogre
383 Groudon
384 Rayquaza
385 Jirachi
386 Deoxys
Ash: want a pokemon battle?
trainer: ok my zapdos will kill your pikachu!
by cuntXface March 22, 2006
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A disease that started in Tokyo. It first infected Gameboys in Japan in 1995. Then in 1998 the disease infected Gameboys in America. Soon channel WB11 was infected too, and now Cartoon Network. The ever-so-popular "Gameboy Advance" systems got infected in 2002, and still is. In 1999 the disease started spreading via cardboard aka "Pokemon Trading Card Game". "Nintendo 64" and "Nintendo Gamecube" are infected too. The disease is also spreading via plastic and metal in the toy isles at Wal-Mart, K-mart, toys-r-us, and every other toy store. It is now July 2004, almost 10 years after the start of this addicting, argument instigating disease and it is still out there, but not as bad as its most powerful years(1999-2001).
In 2000, I almost had a heart-attack from the Pokemon Disease!
by ---SeX--- July 22, 2004
Say what you will folks, but Pokemon is one of the greatest games ever released for the Gameboy. Period.

The problem is that Nintendo, through their misguided policy of inundating the market with a whole wack of crappy, kitschy merchandise, not to mention a t.v show and movies galore, alienated their older players. My theory is that most people who complain about how Pokemon is stupid, are actually disenfranchised former Pokemon players. Cause let's face it, back in the day, everybody, and I mean everybody, played it.

And all that is a real shame, because from a strictly gameplay point of view, Pokemon kicks ass. It should have gone down in history as one of the better video game franchises. But thanks to Nintendo's decision to sell the game to eight year olds, that won't happen.
Back when Pokemon was cool, I played it all the time. But then when everyone was like, "This game sucks!" I jumped on the bandwagon, so that I didn't look like a loser.
by go_to_hellas February 08, 2006
An anime, manga, and nintendo game created in Japan. Pokemon are creatures that children and teenagers (as well as adults) can capture and train. The trading card game was one of the first major trading card games that alowed players to not onle trade, but battle as well. In the anime we follow the story of a young trainer, Ash, and his two friends, Misty and Brock, as they travel togeather on their pokemon journey. The mange series revolves around rivils Red and Blue as they collect badges and compete in various compititions.
1. Pokemon is really a very intersting show if you're a total hentei. Watch the uncut episodes to see what I mean!

2. My friends enjoy trading cards with me, and I only need four more to complete my Basic set.
by Aduri "Auddie" Chan March 22, 2004
no kids, not the garbage pokemon that they made. i mean, THE ORIGINAL. this goes back about 10 years. you guys remember when pokemon blue first came out? i know you all got it for christmas that year! cos i know i did. and i played it all night haha. and pokemon cards were the coolest thing ever. and EVERYONE had them in school, even the real popular kids. if you had a charizard, you were pretty much awesome. you sat for hours arranging your cards in a binder, just staring/reading each and every card. you pretty much had every fact about every pokemon memorized. YOU HAD LIKE 500 SLOWPOKES AND YOU HATED SLOWPOKE BECAUSE OF IT. you woke up at 5 am on school days to watch pokemon. you had a bunch of pokemon toys/stuffed animals. on christmas, if there werent 5 packs of pokemon cards in your stocking, you basically hated everything. when you found a "shiny" card you went completely insane. the number of holographic cards a person had defined how cool they were. you brought your gameboy color everywhere so you could level up your pikachu. you always wanted to evolve pikachu with a thunder stone, but dam game wouldnt let you! you snuck your gameboy into school to play, and the teacher never caught you. YOU SECRETLY STILL PLAY GAMEBOY COLOR SOMETIMES (i know i do). you could bust out your gameboy right now and play for 5 hours with no problem. im 17 now, and i can look back on this and it was such a fun time of my life. hah. so all you older people, do you remember these good old days?
Pokemon was so awesome before it diverged into new characters. ..

I remember having trouble fighting the Elite 4 in Blue version and I kept trying until I finally defeated them. THat was the shit!
by Pokemon <3 April 15, 2008
Overview: Pokémon (or Pocket Monsters) helped anime, games, Trading Cards, and Nintendo. Even if a lot of people won't admit it.

History (before the release): Satoshi Tajiri was the creator of the original Pokemon games. Living just outside of Japan (as a child) in the mid-60's he loved to collect insects; in the rice fields he became very skilled at collecting the little bugs ('Mr. Bug' as called by childhood friends). In the late 70's the rice fields became shopping centres and arcades (etc). In those days Tajiri was an otaku, he was a game addict. He played in Arcades which used to be the old Rice Fields; he felt it was a sin.
"Tajiri preserved the world of his childhood in Pokemon" (Time Mag. Nov22, 1999). Then in 1982, Satoshi, Ken Sugimori and a few other mates created the magazine GameFreak (to offer tips and game cheats).
After two years of working on it, Satoshi came across Nintendo's Link Cable. "I imagined an insect moving back and forth across the cable. That's what inspired me." Tajiri. It was just an idea, but as soon as he could he signed up with Nintendo.
GameFreak almost died because of such money problems, Satoshi didn't even pay himself. After six years, Pokemon hit Japan. But how would it compare to the technology of CD-ROMs?

History (after the release): Nintendo didn't expect much from Pokemon. The Gameboy wasn't doing so well, with all the company's moving on from the technology. But there was one group that didn't give up on the Gameboy, Japanese boys. Since they could not afford all the new things. Through word of month Nintendo's sales in Pokemon climbed slowly and steadily (unlike games like Final Fantasy, they were big hits then died down). Then came the comic, which had the first Trading Cards.
What really got it going was the fact that you could unlock a secret 151st monster, which Nintendo didn't even know about (cough Satoshi).

History (the craze): As soon as Nintendo realised what power they had, they created the cartoon. The animated series, in the form of Anime. In late 1997 the cartoon caused seizures to 700 children. This did not help, for this was the first impression the Western world received. On top of that, Role Play games were not big in the Western world like they were in Japan.

But unlike when they first started our, Nintendo had a whole line up to support it's game. Nintendo had all the right cards to play, and now we move on to the different sections of the craze.

Cartoon: This being released in America before the game. Nintendo made sure all 'adultish' Japanese humour was removed, be it from violence, religion, or sexual discrimination. Nintendo tried to make Pokemon look as non-Japanese as possible. This took a few months to become a major craze, but it was hardly anything compared with how long it took in Japan. The cartoon worked, children (and even others) bought the game and more. In 1999 (when the craze was at its highest) the First Pokemon Movie was released in the US (and before in Japan). With it came a new range of toys, and even a CD of the movie with all the latest pop stars. Come to the movie, and you got 'rare' promo cards.
The cartoon and movies (now 7 in the US and soon to be 8 in Japan), are still going strong. Many cartoons and card games try to copy the success of Pokemon, but some enough they are not even remembered.

Pokemon is what bought anime to the western world. You could say, it broke the barrier of confusion that the western world and eastern world had.

Game: The games were first released in Japan as Green and Red. Then there was Blue, which renewed the sprites (images). Pokemon was first released in the US as Red and Blue with the Japanese Blue's sprites. Pokemon Yellow was released in Japan and then the US. It is known as the fastest selling game in history. Gold and Silver was then released with another one hundred Monsters. Followed after was Crystal, the sequal to Gold and Silver.
The games then moved to Gameboy Advance, and they deserved to. Since if it was for them there would be no Gameboy Advance. Now there was a whooper of Pokemon to collect, a big 386. But because of the move, you couldn't trade with the old Gameboy. But Nintendo still went a head with the creation of Ruby and Sapphire which had a limit of 200 monsters (135 of them being new). FireRed and LeafGreen then came out late 2004, helping you collect the old Pokemon in a new GBA environment (with added extras of course). But there was more Pokemon to the Advance saga. That's where Emerald comes in, like Japanese Blue, Yellow, and Crystal before it, it was a sequel. This game introduced many new things the average PokeManic will want for his battling skills.

That's where the Advance generation ends, and the Duel (for Nintendo DS, meaning Duel Screen) generation comes in. Pokemon Diamond and Pearl are the new games. There is a very high possibility that you can trade with Advance.

There are many Pokemon games not on this list, but it should be easy enough to find a list of them. Pokemon made RPGs in the US famous, and helped games generally by bring a generation into games. Pokemon games still sell in their millions.

Trading Card Game: Owned by Wizards of the Coast. Abused by Wizards to move young Pokemon players to Magic (Wizards also abused Harry Potter TCG and more recently the Neopets TCG and Duel Masters). Late 2002-Early 2003 the TCG became Nintendo's, Nintendo has been continuing it and been putting it to good use since then.
There are three type of people in this world.

1. People that play Pokemon.
2. People that hate Pokemon (mostly FF players who don't even know that Pokemon actually helped Anime and RPGs).
3. People who don't really care. The "non-gamers" (which is what I am when I'm away from my PC screen).
by AW Bajema March 04, 2005
Something that you've pretended not to like since you turned 11, yet can't deny how sick it would be if they really existed.
I don't even need an example. You know damn strait what I'm talking about. Admit it; you want a Pokemon. So do I.

So do I.
by Matt Blanchard May 22, 2008
There are three destinct parts to Pokemon

anime:Responsible for giving Pokemon its "kiddie" reputation.

TCG:I must agree with people about this one, it was pretty horible.

GameBoy game:Aguably a great game. It is much more complex then it seems. Unfurtunatly, most people who bash pokemon because it is "kiddie" would most likely not have the intellegence to fully understand the game at all.

Why people that bashes pokemon always say something about gay sex or masturbating, I'll never know. That South Park episode don't help much either. I just pray that these people asociating the SP episode with the game are being sarcastic. After reading some of these definitions, I wouldn't suprised.
by Anonymous September 09, 2003

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