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How many Pokemon are there in each generation as of 2019?

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It’s been 21 years (soon to be 22) since Pokemon Red and Blue released in North America, and the number of Pokemon has increased dramatically since the original 151. The National Pokedex — while absent in Pokemon Sword and Shield — now ranges from Bulbasaur to Eternatus, bringing the total number of Pokemon in 2019 to almost 1,000. But just how many Pokemon are there in each generation, and how many total Pokemon are there now? This comprehensive guide covers every Pokemon added to the National Dex since the series’ inception.

How many Pokemon are there in 2019? | Total National Dex count

How many Pokemon are there in 2019_ _ Total National Dex count

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Before we list the total number of Pokemon, note that regional forms of old (Galarian and Alolan forms) are counted as simply alternate forms of the Pokemon they’re based on, and therefore they don’t have their own Pokedex numbers. With this in mind, here is the current count for the total number of Pokemon:

If the National Dex included the 31 Galarian and Alolan forms in the total count, this number would be increased to 921 total Pokemon. Of course, counting all Pokemon’s gendered forms, Alcremie and Vivillon’s appearance differences, alternate forms like Darmanitan’s Zen Mode, and Type: Null and Arceus’ type variants would easily bring the total above 1,000 (not to mention Spinda’s nearly infinite spot pattern possibilities).

ALSO: How to get Charmander in Pokemon Sword and Shield

Since the newest Pokemon games do not have access to the full National Pokedex, Pokemon Sword and Shield’s Regional Dex includes only 400 Pokemon, with an additional 35 unnumbered Pokemon found in the game’s data potentially obtainable through special events. This means Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are the Pokemon games with the most obtainable monsters, as players are able to use any of the 807 Pokemon released up to that point. Read on for a breakdown of which Pokemon were introduced.

How many Pokemon were added in Gen 1? | Red, Blue, and Yellow

How many Pokemon were added in Gen 1_ _ Red, Blue, & Yellow

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As nearly every Pokemon fan knows, the series’ first generation introduced 151 Pokemon, beginning with Bulbasaur and ending with Mew. Since the National Pokedex is numbered by generation, these original 151 share their Kanto Pokedex numbers with their National Pokedex numbers. Here’s the full list of Gen 1 Pokemon:

  1. Bulbasaur
  2. Ivysaur
  3. Venusaur
  4. Charmander
  5. Charmeleon
  6. Charizard
  7. Squirtle
  8. Wartortle
  9. Blastoise
  10. Caterpie
  11. Metapod
  12. Butterfree
  13. Weedle
  14. Kakuna
  15. Beedrill
  16. Pidgey
  17. Pidgeotto
  18. Pidgeot
  19. Rattata
  20. Raticate
  21. Spearow
  22. Fearow
  23. Ekans
  24. Arbok
  25. Pikachu
  26. Raichu
  27. Sandshrew
  28. Sandslash
  29. Nidoran (female)
  30. Nidorina
  31. Nidoqueen
  32. Nidoran (male)
  33. Nidorino
  34. Nidoking
  35. Clefairy
  36. Clefable
  37. Vulpix
  38. Ninetales
  39. Jigglypuff
  40. Wigglytuff
  41. Zubat
  42. Golbat
  43. Oddish
  44. Gloom
  45. Vileplume
  46. Paras
  47. Parasect
  48. Venonat
  49. Venomoth
  50. Diglett
  51. Dugtrio
  52. Meowth
  53. Persian
  54. Psyduck
  55. Golduck
  56. Mankey
  57. Primeape
  58. Growlithe
  59. Arcanine
  60. Poliwag
  61. Poliwhirl
  62. Poliwrath
  63. Abra
  64. Kadabra
  65. Alakazam
  66. Machop
  67. Machoke
  68. Machamp
  69. Bellsprout
  70. Weepinbell
  71. Victreebel
  72. Tentacool
  73. Tentacruel
  74. Geodude
  75. Graveler
  76. Golem
  77. Ponyta
  78. Rapidash
  79. Slowpoke
  80. Slowbro
  81. Magnemite
  82. Magneton
  83. Farfetch’d
  84. Doduo
  85. Dodrio
  86. Seel
  87. Dewgong
  88. Grimer
  89. Muk
  90. Shellder
  91. Cloyster
  92. Gastly
  93. Haunter
  94. Gengar
  95. Onix
  96. Drowzee
  97. Hypno
  98. Krabby
  99. 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

How many Pokemon were added in Gen 2? | Gold, Silver, and Crystal

How many Pokemon were added in Gen 2_ _ Gold, Silver, & Crystal

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Pokemon Gold, Silver, and Crystal surprised fans by including not only the new Johto region but the original games’ Kanto region, as well. In total, Gen 2 introduced 100 new Pokemon, from Chikorita to Celebi.

  1. Chikorita
  2. Bayleef
  3. Meganium
  4. Cyndaquil
  5. Quilava
  6. Typhlosion
  7. Totodile
  8. Croconaw
  9. Feraligatr
  10. Sentret
  11. Furret
  12. Hoothoot
  13. Noctowl
  14. Ledyba
  15. Ledian
  16. Spinarak
  17. Ariados
  18. Crobat
  19. Chinchou
  20. Lanturn
  21. Pichu
  22. Cleffa
  23. Igglybuff
  24. Togepi
  25. Togetic
  26. Natu
  27. Xatu
  28. Mareep
  29. Flaaffy
  30. Ampharos
  31. Bellossom
  32. Marill
  33. Azumarill
  34. Sudowoodo
  35. Politoed
  36. Hoppip
  37. Skiploom
  38. Jumpluff
  39. Aipom
  40. Sunkern
  41. Sunflora
  42. Yanma
  43. Wooper
  44. Quagsire
  45. Espeon
  46. Umbreon
  47. Murkrow
  48. Slowking
  49. Misdreavus
  50. Unown
  51. Wobbuffet
  52. Girafarig
  53. Pineco
  54. Forretress
  55. Dunsparce
  56. Gligar
  57. Steelix
  58. Snubbull
  59. Granbull
  60. Qwilfish
  61. Scizor
  62. Shuckle
  63. Heracross
  64. Sneasel
  65. Teddiursa
  66. Ursaring
  67. Slugma
  68. Magcargo
  69. Swinub
  70. Piloswine
  71. Corsola
  72. Remoraid
  73. Octillery
  74. Delibird
  75. Mantine
  76. Skarmory
  77. Houndour
  78. Houndoom
  79. Kingdra
  80. Phanpy
  81. Donphan
  82. Porygon2
  83. Stantler
  84. Smeargle
  85. Tyrogue
  86. Hitmontop
  87. Smoochum
  88. Elekid
  89. Magby
  90. Miltank
  91. Blissey
  92. Raikou
  93. Entei
  94. Suicune
  95. Larvitar
  96. Pupitar
  97. Tyranitar
  98. Lugia
  99. Ho-Oh
  100. Celebi

How many Pokemon were added in Gen 3? | Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald; Fire Red and Leaf Green

How many Pokemon were added in Gen 3_ _ Ruby, Sapphire, & Emerald; Fire Red & Leaf Green

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Gen 3’s tropical Hoenn region introduced 135 new Pokemon, many of them Water-type (perhaps too many). These ranged from the Grass-type starter Treeko to the DNA-like alien, Deoxys.

  1. Treecko
  2. Grovyle
  3. Sceptile
  4. Torchic
  5. Combusken
  6. Blaziken
  7. Mudkip
  8. Marshtomp
  9. Swampert
  10. Poochyena
  11. Mightyena
  12. Zigzagoon
  13. Linoone
  14. Wurmple
  15. Silcoon
  16. Beautifly
  17. Cascoon
  18. Dustox
  19. Lotad
  20. Lombre
  21. Ludicolo
  22. Seedot
  23. Nuzleaf
  24. Shiftry
  25. Taillow
  26. Swellow
  27. Wingull
  28. Pelipper
  29. Ralts
  30. Kirlia
  31. Gardevoir
  32. Surskit
  33. Masquerain
  34. Shroomish
  35. Breloom
  36. Slakoth
  37. Vigoroth
  38. Slaking
  39. Nincada
  40. Ninjask
  41. Shedinja
  42. Whismur
  43. Loudred
  44. Exploud
  45. Makuhita
  46. Hariyama
  47. Azurill
  48. Nosepass
  49. Skitty
  50. Delcatty
  51. Sableye
  52. Mawile
  53. Aron
  54. Lairon
  55. Aggron
  56. Meditite
  57. Medicham
  58. Electrike
  59. Manectric
  60. Plusle
  61. Minun
  62. Volbeat
  63. Illumise
  64. Roselia
  65. Gulpin
  66. Swalot
  67. Carvanha
  68. Sharpedo
  69. Wailmer
  70. Wailord
  71. Numel
  72. Camerupt
  73. Torkoal
  74. Spoink
  75. Grumpig
  76. Spinda
  77. Trapinch
  78. Vibrava
  79. Flygon
  80. Cacnea
  81. Cacturne
  82. Swablu
  83. Altaria
  84. Zangoose
  85. Seviper
  86. Lunatone
  87. Solrock
  88. Barboach
  89. Whiscash
  90. Corphish
  91. Crawdaunt
  92. Baltoy
  93. Claydol
  94. Lileep
  95. Cradily
  96. Anorith
  97. Armaldo
  98. Feebas
  99. Milotic
  100. Castform
  101. Kecleon
  102. Shuppet
  103. Banette
  104. Duskull
  105. Dusclops
  106. Tropius
  107. Chimecho
  108. Absol
  109. Wynaut
  110. Snorunt
  111. Glalie
  112. Spheal
  113. Sealeo
  114. Walrein
  115. Clamperl
  116. Huntail
  117. Gorebyss
  118. Relicanth
  119. Luvdisc
  120. Bagon
  121. Shelgon
  122. Salamence
  123. Beldum
  124. Metang
  125. Metagross
  126. Regirock
  127. Regice
  128. Registeel
  129. Latias
  130. Latios
  131. Kyogre
  132. Groudon
  133. Rayquaza
  134. Jirachi
  135. Deoxys

How many Pokemon were added in Gen 4? | Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum; Heart Gold and Soul Silver

How many Pokemon were added in Gen 4_ _ Diamond, Pearl, & Platinum; Heart Gold & Soul Silver

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Pokemon’s fourth generation is perhaps the one fans most want a remake of at the moment. The mainline Pokemon game series followed a semi-regular pattern of “new game, remake, new game” until Gen 7, so many fans consider a Gen 4 remake overdue. From Turtwig to Arceus, Gen 4’s 107 Pokemon certainly made a mark on the series, with Sinnoh’s “creation trio” Legendaries shedding light on the Pokemon universe’s origins.

  1. Turtwig
  2. Grotle
  3. Torterra
  4. Chimchar
  5. Monferno
  6. Infernape
  7. Piplup
  8. Prinplup
  9. Empoleon
  10. Starly
  11. Staravia
  12. Staraptor
  13. Bidoof
  14. Bibarel
  15. Kricketot
  16. Kricketune
  17. Shinx
  18. Luxio
  19. Luxray
  20. Budew
  21. Roserade
  22. Cranidos
  23. Rampardos
  24. Shieldon
  25. Bastiodon
  26. Burmy
  27. Wormadam
  28. Mothim
  29. Combee
  30. Vespiquen
  31. Pachirisu
  32. Buizel
  33. Floatzel
  34. Cherubi
  35. Cherrim
  36. Shellos
  37. Gastrodon
  38. Ambipom
  39. Drifloon
  40. Drifblim
  41. Buneary
  42. Lopunny
  43. Mismagius
  44. Honchkrow
  45. Glameow
  46. Purugly
  47. Chingling
  48. Stunky
  49. Skuntank
  50. Bronzor
  51. Bronzong
  52. Bonsly
  53. Mime Jr.
  54. Happiny
  55. Chatot
  56. Spiritomb
  57. Gible
  58. Gabite
  59. Garchomp
  60. Munchlax
  61. Riolu
  62. Lucario
  63. Hippopotas
  64. Hippowdon
  65. Skorupi
  66. Drapion
  67. Croagunk
  68. Toxicroak
  69. Carnivine
  70. Finneon
  71. Lumineon
  72. Mantyke
  73. Snover
  74. Abomasnow
  75. Weavile
  76. Magnezone
  77. Lickilicky
  78. Rhyperior
  79. Tangrowth
  80. Electivire
  81. Magmortar
  82. Togekiss
  83. Yanmega
  84. Leafeon
  85. Glaceon
  86. Gliscor
  87. Mamoswine
  88. Porygon-Z
  89. Gallade
  90. Probopass
  91. Dusknoir
  92. Froslass
  93. Rotom
  94. Uxie
  95. Mesprit
  96. Azelf
  97. Dialga
  98. Palkia
  99. Heatran
  100. Regigigas
  101. Giratina
  102. Cresselia
  103. Phione
  104. Manaphy
  105. Darkrai
  106. Shaymin
  107. Arceus

How many Pokemon were added in Gen 5? | Black, White, B2, and W2

How many Pokemon were added in Gen 5_ _ Black, White, B2, & W2

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The fifth generation Pokedex is the only one that doesn’t begin with the games’ starter Pokemon, instead starting with the Mythical Pokemon Victini at spot 000 in the Regional Dex. Gen 5 was also unique in that Black and White did not feature any returning Pokemon until the post-game, so it makes sense that this generation added the most Pokemon of any — 156 in total.

  1. Victini
  2. Snivy
  3. Servine
  4. Serperior
  5. Tepig
  6. Pignite
  7. Emboar
  8. Oshawott
  9. Dewott
  10. Samurott
  11. Patrat
  12. Watchog
  13. Lillipup
  14. Herdier
  15. Stoutland
  16. Purrloin
  17. Liepard
  18. Pansage
  19. Simisage
  20. Pansear
  21. Simisear
  22. Panpour
  23. Simipour
  24. Munna
  25. Musharna
  26. Pidove
  27. Tranquill
  28. Unfezant
  29. Blitzle
  30. Zebstrika
  31. Roggenrola
  32. Boldore
  33. Gigalith
  34. Woobat
  35. Swoobat
  36. Drilbur
  37. Excadrill
  38. Audino
  39. Timburr
  40. Gurdurr
  41. Conkeldurr
  42. Tympole
  43. Palpitoad
  44. Seismitoad
  45. Throh
  46. Sawk
  47. Sewaddle
  48. Swadloon
  49. Leavanny
  50. Venipede
  51. Whirlipede
  52. Scolipede
  53. Cottonee
  54. Whimsicott
  55. Petilil
  56. Lilligant
  57. Basculin
  58. Sandile
  59. Krokorok
  60. Krookodile
  61. Darumaka
  62. Darmanitan
  63. Maractus
  64. Dwebble
  65. Crustle
  66. Scraggy
  67. Scrafty
  68. Sigilyph
  69. Yamask
  70. Cofagrigus
  71. Tirtouga
  72. Carracosta
  73. Archen
  74. Archeops
  75. Trubbish
  76. Garbodor
  77. Zorua
  78. Zoroark
  79. Minccino
  80. Cinccino
  81. Gothita
  82. Gothorita
  83. Gothitelle
  84. Solosis
  85. Duosion
  86. Reuniclus
  87. Ducklett
  88. Swanna
  89. Vanillite
  90. Vanillish
  91. Vanilluxe
  92. Deerling
  93. Sawsbuck
  94. Emolga
  95. Karrablast
  96. Escavalier
  97. Foongus
  98. Amoonguss
  99. Frillish
  100. Jellicent
  101. Alomomola
  102. Joltik
  103. Galvantula
  104. Ferroseed
  105. Ferrothorn
  106. Klink
  107. Klang
  108. Klinklang
  109. Tynamo
  110. Eelektrik
  111. Eelektross
  112. Elgyem
  113. Beheeyem
  114. Litwick
  115. Lampent
  116. Chandelure
  117. Axew
  118. Fraxure
  119. Haxorus
  120. Cubchoo
  121. Beartic
  122. Cryogonal
  123. Shelmet
  124. Accelgor
  125. Stunfisk
  126. Mienfoo
  127. Mienshao
  128. Druddigon
  129. Golett
  130. Golurk
  131. Pawniard
  132. Bisharp
  133. Bouffalant
  134. Rufflet
  135. Braviary
  136. Vullaby
  137. Mandibuzz
  138. Heatmor
  139. Durant
  140. Deino
  141. Zweilous
  142. Hydreigon
  143. Larvesta
  144. Volcarona
  145. Cobalion
  146. Terrakion
  147. Virizion
  148. Tornadus
  149. Thundurus
  150. Reshiram
  151. Zekrom
  152. Landorus
  153. Kyurem
  154. Keldeo
  155. Meloetta
  156. Genesect

How many Pokemon were added in Gen 6? | X and Y; Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

How many Pokemon were added in Gen 6_ _ X & Y; Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire

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Besides being the first Pokemon games in 3D, X and Y made many steps forward for the franchise, including the introduction of Mega Evolutions. Still, Gen 6 added only 72 new Pokemon to the National Dex, the least in the series, from Chespin to Volcanion.

  1. Chespin
  2. Quilladin
  3. Chesnaught
  4. Fennekin
  5. Braixen
  6. Delphox
  7. Froakie
  8. Frogadier
  9. Greninja
  10. Bunnelby
  11. Diggersby
  12. Fletchling
  13. Fletchinder
  14. Talonflame
  15. Scatterbug
  16. Spewpa
  17. Vivillon
  18. Litleo
  19. Pyroar
  20. Flabébé
  21. Floette
  22. Florges
  23. Skiddo
  24. Gogoat
  25. Pancham
  26. Pangoro
  27. Furfrou
  28. Espurr
  29. Meowstic
  30. Honedge
  31. Doublade
  32. Aegislash
  33. Spritzee
  34. Aromatisse
  35. Swirlix
  36. Slurpuff
  37. Inkay
  38. Malamar
  39. Binacle
  40. Barbaracle
  41. Skrelp
  42. Dragalge
  43. Clauncher
  44. Clawitzer
  45. Helioptile
  46. Heliolisk
  47. Tyrunt
  48. Tyrantrum
  49. Amaura
  50. Aurorus
  51. Sylveon
  52. Hawlucha
  53. Dedenne
  54. Carbink
  55. Goomy
  56. Sliggoo
  57. Goodra
  58. Klefki
  59. Phantump
  60. Trevenant
  61. Pumpkaboo
  62. Gourgeist
  63. Bergmite
  64. Avalugg
  65. Noibat
  66. Noivern
  67. Xerneas
  68. Yveltal
  69. Zygarde
  70. Diancie
  71. Hoopa
  72. Volcanion

How many Pokemon were added in Gen 7? | Sun, Moon, US, and UM; Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Eevee!

How many Pokemon were added in Gen 7_ _ Sun, Moon, US, & UM; Let’s Go, Pikachu! & Eevee!

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Gen 7 continued the trend of relatively low numbers of additional Pokemon, coming in at 88 new monsters. Gen 7 was unique in that its set of remakes, Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Eevee!, introduced two new Pokemon of their own — Meltan and Melmetal — which tied into the mega-popular mobile game Pokemon GO.

  1. Rowlet
  2. Dartrix
  3. Decidueye
  4. Litten
  5. Torracat
  6. Incineroar
  7. Popplio
  8. Brionne
  9. Primarina
  10. Pikipek
  11. Trumbeak
  12. Toucannon
  13. Yungoos
  14. Gumshoos
  15. Grubbin
  16. Charjabug
  17. Vikavolt
  18. Crabrawler
  19. Crabominable
  20. Oricorio
  21. Cutiefly
  22. Ribombee
  23. Rockruff
  24. Lycanroc
  25. Wishiwashi
  26. Mareanie
  27. Toxapex
  28. Mudbray
  29. Mudsdale
  30. Dewpider
  31. Araquanid
  32. Fomantis
  33. Lurantis
  34. Morelull
  35. Shiinotic
  36. Salandit
  37. Salazzle
  38. Stufful
  39. Bewear
  40. Bounsweet
  41. Steenee
  42. Tsareena
  43. Comfey
  44. Oranguru
  45. Passimian
  46. Wimpod
  47. Golisopod
  48. Sandygast
  49. Palossand
  50. Pyukumuku
  51. Type: Null
  52. Silvally
  53. Minior
  54. Komala
  55. Turtonator
  56. Togedemaru
  57. Mimikyu
  58. Bruxish
  59. Drampa
  60. Dhelmise
  61. Jangmo-o
  62. Hakamo-o
  63. Kommo-o
  64. Tapu Koko
  65. Tapu Lele
  66. Tapu Bulu
  67. Tapu Fini
  68. Cosmog
  69. Cosmoem
  70. Solgaleo
  71. Lunala
  72. Nihilego
  73. Buzzwole
  74. Pheromosa
  75. Xurkitree
  76. Celesteela
  77. Kartana
  78. Guzzlord
  79. Necrozma
  80. Magearna
  81. Marshadow
  82. Poipole
  83. Naganadel
  84. Stakataka
  85. Blacephalon
  86. Zeraora
  87. Meltan
  88. Melmetal

Additionally, Gen 7 introduced the series’ first regional forms, creating Alolan variants of select Kanto Pokemon. If these 18 variants are counted as part of Gen 7’s total, these games introduced 106 new Pokemon.

  • Alolan Rattata
  • Alolan Raticate
  • Alolan Raichu
  • Alolan Sandshrew
  • Alolan Sandslash
  • Alolan Vulpix
  • Alolan Ninetales
  • Alolan Diglett
  • Alolan Dugtrio
  • Alolan Meowth
  • Alolan Persian
  • Alolan Geodude
  • Alolan Graveler
  • Alolan Golem
  • Alolan Grimer
  • Alolan Muk
  • Alolan Exeggutor
  • Alolan Marowak

How many Pokemon were added in Gen 8? | Sword and Shield

How many Pokemon were added in Gen 8_ _ Sword & Shield

Finally, Pokemon Sword and Shield introduced 81 new Pokemon to the series. These range from Grookey, the Grass starter, to the Legendary Pokemon Eternatus.

  1. Grookey
  2. Thwackey
  3. Rillaboom
  4. Scorbunny
  5. Raboot
  6. Cinderace
  7. Sobble
  8. Drizzle
  9. Inteleon
  10. Skwovet
  11. Greedent
  12. Rookidee
  13. Corvisquire
  14. Corviknight
  15. Blipbug
  16. Dottler
  17. Orbeetle
  18. Nickit
  19. Thievul
  20. Gossifleur
  21. Eldegoss
  22. Wooloo
  23. Dubwool
  24. Chewtle
  25. Drednaw
  26. Yamper
  27. Boltund
  28. Rolycoly
  29. Carkol
  30. Coalossal
  31. Applin
  32. Flapple
  33. Appletun
  34. Silicobra
  35. Sandaconda
  36. Cramorant
  37. Arrokuda
  38. Barraskewda
  39. Toxel
  40. Toxtricity
  41. Sizzilipede
  42. Centiskorch
  43. Clobbopus
  44. Grapploct
  45. Sinistea
  46. Polteageist
  47. Hatenna
  48. Hattrem
  49. Hatterene
  50. Impidimp
  51. Morgrem
  52. Grimmsnarl
  53. Obstagoon
  54. Perrserker
  55. Cursola
  56. Sirfetch’d
  57. Mr. Rime
  58. Runerigus
  59. Milcery
  60. Alcremie
  61. Falinks
  62. Pincurchin
  63. Snom
  64. Frosmoth
  65. Stonjourner
  66. Eiscue
  67. Indeedee
  68. Morpeko
  69. Cufant
  70. Copperajah
  71. Dracozolt
  72. Arctozolt
  73. Dracovish
  74. Arctovish
  75. Duraludon
  76. Dreepy
  77. Drakloak
  78. Dragapult
  79. Zacian
  80. Zamazenta
  81. Eternatus

As with Gen 7, Gen 8 also introduced several regional forms. These 13 bringing its actual total of new Pokemon designs to 94.

  • Galarian Meowth
  • Galarian Ponyta
  • Galarian Rapidash
  • Galarian Farfetch’d
  • Galarian Weezing
  • Galarian Mr. Mime
  • Galarian Corsola
  • Galarian Zigzagoon
  • Galarian Linoone
  • Galarian Darumaka
  • Galarian Darmanitan
  • Galarian Yamask
  • Galarian Stunfisk

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