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The third-generation (Generation III) of the Pokémon franchise features 135 fictional creatures introduced in the 2002 Game Boy Advance games Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire.

The following list details the 135 Pokémon of Generation III in order of their National Pokédex—an in-game electronic encyclopedia that provides various information on Pokémon—number. The first Pokémon, Treecko, is number 252 and the last, Deoxys, is number 386. Alternate forms that result in type changes and Mega Evolutions are included for convenience.

Design and development[edit]

Nintendo Life noted in a retrospective that the third generation of Pokémon has a very different "feel" from the two generations that came before it because almost all of its 135 new Pokémon – save for Azurill and Wynaut – have no relation to those of the previous generations. Unlike generation 1 and 2, two of the "starter" Pokémon of Ruby and Sapphire gained a secondary typing in their final form, giving them a wider range of abilities. Ruby and Sapphire features two "Mythical Pokémon" – Jirachi and Deoxys – both of which became available to coincide with their respective anime movies.[1]

Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire significantly increased the amount of "Dark"- and "Steel"-type Pokémon in the series, as only a few Pokémon in previous generations used these typings. Hardcore Gamer also noted that many of the new Pokémon made use of "dual typing", where Pokémon have both a primary and a secondary type; this wasn't nearly as common in Red and Blue or Gold and Silver.[2]

A new mechanic introduced in X and Y called Mega Evolution—a temporary form change akin to normal evolution—was added for more dynamic battles and stemmed from the concepts of bonds and evolution.[3][4] A variant of Mega Evolution called "Primal Reversion" was introduced in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire; this mechanic is exclusive to the legendary Pokémon Groudon and Kyogre.[5]

List of Pokémon[edit]

List of Pokémon species introduced in Generation III (2002)[nb 1]
English name Japanese name National Pokédex
number
Type(s) Evolves into First appeared Notes
Primary Secondary
Treecko Kimori[7] 252 Grass Grovyle (#253) Ruby and Sapphire Treecko can be found in Lucario and the Mystery of Mew. Mew currently formed to Treecko
Grovyle Juptile[8] 253 Grass Sceptile (#254) Ruby and Sapphire
Sceptile Jukain[9] 254 Grass Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire
Mega Sceptile Mega Jukain[10] Grass Dragon Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Torchic Achamo[7] 255 Fire Combusken (#256) Ruby and Sapphire
Combusken Wakasyamo[8] 256 Fire Fighting Blaziken (#257) Ruby and Sapphire
Blaziken Bursyamo[9] 257 Fire Fighting Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire
Mega Blaziken Mega Bursyamo[10] Fire Fighting Does not evolve X and Y
Mudkip Mizugorou[7] 258 Water Marshtomp (#259) Ruby and Sapphire
Marshtomp Numacraw[8] 259 Water Ground Swampert (#260) Ruby and Sapphire
Swampert Laglarge[9] 260 Water Ground Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire
Mega Swampert Mega Laglarge[10] Water Ground Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Poochyena Pochiena[8] 261 Dark Mightyena (#262) Ruby and Sapphire
Mightyena Graena[11] 262 Dark Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Zigzagoon Jiguzaguma[8] 263 Normal Linoone (#264) Ruby and Sapphire
Linoone Massuguma[12] 264 Normal Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Wurmple Kemusso[13] 265 Bug Silcoon (#266)
Cascoon (#268)
Ruby and Sapphire
Silcoon Karasalis[12] 266 Bug Beautifly (#267) Ruby and Sapphire
Beautifly Agehunt[9] 267 Bug Flying Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Cascoon Mayuld[12] 268 Bug Dustox (#269) Ruby and Sapphire
Dustox Dokucale[12] 269 Bug Poison Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Lotad Hassboh[14] 270 Water Grass Lombre (#271) Ruby and Sapphire
Lombre Hasubrero[15] 271 Water Grass Ludicolo (#272) Ruby and Sapphire
Ludicolo Runpappa[16] 272 Water Grass Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Seedot Taneboh[12] 273 Grass Nuzleaf (#274) Ruby and Sapphire
Nuzleaf Konohana[12] 274 Grass Dark Shiftry (#275) Ruby and Sapphire
Shiftry Dirteng[7] 275 Grass Dark Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire Design inspired by the Japanese mythological creature Tengu.[17]
Taillow Subame[18] 276 Normal Flying Swellow (#277) Ruby and Sapphire
Swellow Ohsubame[9] 277 Normal Flying Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Wingull Camome[12] 278 Water Flying Pelipper (#279) Ruby and Sapphire
Pelipper Pelipper[9] 279 Water Flying Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Ralts Ralts[12] 280 Psychic Fairy[nb 2] Kirlia (#281) Ruby and Sapphire
Kirlia Kirlia[9] 281 Psychic Fairy[nb 2] Gardevoir (#282)
Gallade (#475)[nb 3]
Ruby and Sapphire
Gardevoir Sirnight[19] 282 Psychic Fairy[nb 2] Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire
Mega Gardevoir Mega Sirnight[20] Psychic Fairy Does not evolve X and Y
Surskit Ametama[12] 283 Bug Water Masquerain (#284) Ruby and Sapphire
Masquerain Amemoth[21] 284 Bug Flying Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Shroomish Kinococo[22] 285 Grass Breloom (#286) Ruby and Sapphire
Breloom Kinogassa[16] 286 Grass Fighting Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Slakoth Namakero[23] 287 Normal Vigoroth (#288) Ruby and Sapphire
Vigoroth Yarukimono[9] 288 Normal Slaking (#289) Ruby and Sapphire
Slaking Kekking[16] 289 Normal Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Nincada Tutinin[12] 290 Bug Ground Ninjask (#291)
Shedinja (#292)
Ruby and Sapphire
Ninjask Tekkanin[12] 291 Bug Flying Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Shedinja Nukenin[12] 292 Bug Ghost Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire When a Nincada evolves into a Ninjask and there's enough room in the player's party, a Shedinja is created from the Nincada's shedded exoskeleton.[24]
Whismur Gonyonyo[25] 293 Normal Loudred (#294) Ruby and Sapphire
Loudred Dogohmb[12] 294 Normal Exploud (#295) Ruby and Sapphire
Exploud Bakuong[26] 295 Normal Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Makuhita Makunoshita[18] 296 Fighting Hariyama (#297) Ruby and Sapphire
Hariyama Hariteyama[27] 297 Fighting Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Azurill Ruriri[23] 298 Normal Fairy[nb 4] Marill (#183) Ruby and Sapphire
Nosepass Nosepass[12] 299 Rock Probopass (#476) Ruby and Sapphire
Skitty Eneco[8] 300 Normal Delcatty (#301) Ruby and Sapphire
Delcatty Enekororo[9] 301 Normal Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Sableye Yamirami[27] 302 Dark Ghost Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire Designed inspired by the Hopkinsville goblin, an alien-like creature reported to be seen in Kentucky in the 1950s.[17][24]
Mega Sableye Mega Yamirami[28] Dark Ghost Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Mawile Kucheat[9] 303 Steel Fairy[nb 5] Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire Design inspired by the Japanese yōkai Futakuchi-onna, a woman said to have a second mouth on the back of her head in a cautionary tale about extreme dieting.[17]
Mega Mawile Mega Kucheat[10] Steel Fairy Does not evolve X and Y
Aron Cokodora[9] 304 Steel Rock Lairon (#305) Ruby and Sapphire
Lairon Kodora[12] 305 Steel Rock Aggron (#306) Ruby and Sapphire
Aggron Bossgodora[21] 306 Steel Rock Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire
Mega Aggron Mega Bossgodora[10] Steel Does not evolve X and Y
Meditite Asanan[29] 307 Fighting Psychic Medicham (#308) Ruby and Sapphire
Medicham Charem[18] 308 Fighting Psychic Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire
Mega Medicham Mega Charem[18] Fighting Psychic Does not evolve X and Y
Electrike Rakurai[12] 309 Electric Manectric (#310) Ruby and Sapphire
Manectric Livolt[27] 310 Electric Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire Design inspired by the mythological Japanese creature Raijū, a being composed purely of lightning said to take on many quadrupedal forms.[17]
Mega Manectric Mega Livolt[27] Electric Does not evolve X and Y
Plusle Plusle/Prasle[18][30] 311 Electric Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Minun Minun[18] 312 Electric Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Volbeat Barubeat[12] 313 Bug Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Illumise Illumise[31] 314 Bug Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Roselia Roselia[12] 315 Grass Poison Roserade (#407) Ruby and Sapphire
Gulpin Gokulin[9] 316 Poison Swalot (#317) Ruby and Sapphire
Swalot Marunoom[12] 317 Poison Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Carvanha Kibanha[12] 318 Water Dark Sharpedo (#319) Ruby and Sapphire
Sharpedo Samehader[23] 319 Water Dark Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire
Mega Sharpedo Mega Samehader[28] Water Dark Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Wailmer Hoeruko[8] 320 Water Wailord (#321) Ruby and Sapphire
Wailord Whaloh[32] 321 Water Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Numel Donmel[12] 322 Fire Ground Camerupt (#323) Ruby and Sapphire
Camerupt Bakuuda[28] 323 Fire Ground Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire
Mega Camerupt Mega Bakuuda[28] Fire Ground Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Torkoal Cotoise[12] 324 Fire Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Spoink Baneboo[11] 325 Psychic Grumpig (#326) Ruby and Sapphire
Grumpig Boopig[12] 326 Psychic Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Spinda Patcheel[11] 327 Normal Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire Because of randomly-generated spot patterns, there can exist 4,294,967,296 different variations of Spinda in the games. Junichi Masuda has noted that much planning and discussion had to be done to make this feasible in game, and because of this, Spinda has become a favorite Pokémon of his.[33]
Trapinch Nuckrar[12] 328 Ground Vibrava (#329) Ruby and Sapphire
Vibrava Vibrava[12] 329 Ground Dragon Flygon (#330) Ruby and Sapphire
Flygon Flygon[18] 330 Ground Dragon Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Cacnea Sabonea[8] 331 Grass Cacturne (#332) Ruby and Sapphire
Cacturne Noctus[7] 332 Grass Dark Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Swablu Tyltto[34] 333 Normal Flying Altaria (#334) Ruby and Sapphire
Altaria Tyltalis[18] 334 Dragon Flying Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire
Mega Altaria Mega Tyltalis[28] Dragon Fairy Does not evolve Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire
Zangoose Zangoose[35] 335 Normal Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Seviper Habunake[8] 336 Poison Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Lunatone Lunatone[12] 337 Rock Psychic Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Solrock Solrock[12] 338 Rock Psychic Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Barboach Dojoach[12] 339 Water Ground Whiscash (#340) Ruby and Sapphire
Whiscash Namazun[7] 340 Water Ground Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire The design of Whiscash was inspired by the mythological Namazu, a giant catfish said to cause earthquakes.[17]
Corphish Heigani[8] 341 Water Crawdaunt (#342) Ruby and Sapphire
Crawdaunt Shizariger[9] 342 Water Dark Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Baltoy Yajilon[12] 343 Ground Psychic Claydol (#344) Ruby and Sapphire
Claydol Nendoll[12] 344 Ground Psychic Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Lileep Lilyla[12] 345 Rock Grass Cradily (#346) Ruby and Sapphire
Cradily Yuradle[12] 346 Rock Grass Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Anorith Anopth[12] 347 Rock Bug Armaldo (#348) Ruby and Sapphire
Armaldo Armaldo[12] 348 Rock Bug Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Feebas Hinbass[12] 349 Water Milotic (#350) Ruby and Sapphire
Milotic Milokaross[36] 350 Water Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Castform Powalen[21] 351 Normal Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire Capable of changing between its four forms depending on in-battle weather effects.
Fire "Sunny Form"
Water "Rainy Form"
Ice "Snowy Form"
Kecleon Kakureon[12] 352 Normal Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Shuppet Kagebouzu[12] 353 Ghost Banette (#354) Ruby and Sapphire
Banette Juppeta[27] 354 Ghost Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire Banette's fictional origin story states that it used to be a plush doll that was thrown away by a child and that its "feelings of hatred were so strong that it came to life to seek revenge."[24]
Mega Banette Mega Juppeta[10] Ghost Does not evolve X and Y
Duskull Yomawaru[12] 355 Ghost Dusclops (#356) Ruby and Sapphire The design of Duskull and its evolution are inspired by mummies and the Japanese ghost Chōchin-obake.[24]
Dusclops Samayouru[12] 356 Ghost Dusknoir (#477) Ruby and Sapphire
Tropius Tropius[35] 357 Grass Flying Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Chimecho Chirean[11] 358 Psychic Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Absol Absol[8] 359 Dark Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire
Mega Absol Mega Absol[10] Dark Does not evolve X and Y
Wynaut Sohnano[11] 360 Psychic Wobbuffet (#202) Ruby and Sapphire
Snorunt Yukiwarashi[12] 361 Ice Glalie (#362)
Froslass (#478)[nb 6]
Ruby and Sapphire
Glalie Onigohri[28] 362 Ice Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire
Mega Glalie Mega Onigohri[28] Ice Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Spheal Tamazarashi[12] 363 Ice Water Sealeo (#364) Ruby and Sapphire
Sealeo Todoggler[12] 364 Ice Water Walrein (#365) Ruby and Sapphire
Walrein Todoseruga[12] 365 Ice Water Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Clamperl Pearlulu[12] 366 Water Huntail (#367)
Gorebyss (#368)
Ruby and Sapphire
Huntail Huntail[12] 367 Water Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Gorebyss Sakurabyss[12] 368 Water Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Relicanth Glanth[12] 369 Water Rock Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Luvdisc Lovecus[37] 370 Water Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire Various critics consider Luvdisc among the most "useless" and "lazily designed" Pokémon.[38][39][40][41]
Bagon Tatsubay[12] 371 Dragon Shelgon (#372) Ruby and Sapphire
Shelgon Komoruu[12] 372 Dragon Salamence (#373) Ruby and Sapphire
Salamence Bohmander[16] 373 Dragon Flying Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire
Mega Salamence Mega Bohmander[28] Dragon Flying Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Beldum Dumbber[12] 374 Steel Psychic Metang (#375) Ruby and Sapphire
Metang Metang[12] 375 Steel Psychic Metagross (#376) Ruby and Sapphire
Metagross Metagross[28] 376 Steel Psychic Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire
Mega Metagross Mega Metagross[28] Steel Psychic Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Regirock Regirock[42] 377 Rock Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Regice Regice[35] 378 Ice Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Registeel Registeel[42] 379 Steel Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Latias Latias[8] 380 Dragon Psychic Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire
Mega Latias Mega Latias[28] Dragon Psychic Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Latios Latios[8] 381 Dragon Psychic Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire
Mega Latios Mega Latios[28] Dragon Psychic Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Kyogre Kaiorga/Kyogre[29][43] 382 Water Primal Reversion Ruby and Sapphire
Primal Kyogre Genshi Kyogre[28] Water Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Groudon Groudon[18] 383 Ground Primal Reversion Ruby and Sapphire
Primal Groudon Genshi Groudon[28] Ground Fire Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Rayquaza Rayquaza[44] 384 Dragon Flying Mega Evolution Ruby and Sapphire
Mega Rayquaza Mega Rayquaza[28] Dragon Flying Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Jirachi Jirachi[23] 385 Steel Psychic Does not evolve Ruby and Sapphire
Deoxys Deoxys[44] 386 Psychic Does not evolve FireRed and LeafGreen Deoxys is capable of changing between four "formes"—Normal, Attack, Defense, and Speed—each of which differs by base stat values, effort value yield, and appearance.[45] In the Game Boy Advance games, Deoxys' forme changes depending on the game it is used in; subsequent games allow players to freely select each forme by interacting with meteorites found in specific in-game locations.

Reception[edit]

Alex Carlson of Hardcore Gamer wrote in 2014 that the third generation of Pokémon games was not well received by fans of the series, with some people calling the generation the "worst in the series history".[2] This was in part because Ruby and Sapphire did not allow players to transfer in their Pokémon from previous generations, while many older Pokémon did not reappear in the games until Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen were released a few years later.[46] Meanwhile, many of the new Pokémon designs, such as those for Torchic, Feebas, Luvdisc, Castform, and Clamperl, were criticized for being unoriginal.[2][46][47]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Details on Pokémon names, National Pokédex numbers, types, and evolutions are obtained from The Pokémon Company International's online Pokédex.[6]
  2. ^ a b c Prior to X and Y, Ralts, Kirlia, and Gardevoir were pure Psychic-types.
  3. ^ Only male Kirlia are capable of evolving into Gallade; however, both male and female Kirlia can become Gardevoir.
  4. ^ Prior to X and Y, Azurill was pure Normal-type.
  5. ^ Prior to X and Y, Mawile was a pure Steel-type
  6. ^ Only female Snorunt are capable of evolving into Froslass; however, both male and female Snorunt can become Glalie.

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