List of generation IV Pokémon

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The fourth-generation (Generation IV) of the Pokémon franchise features 107 fictional creatures introduced in the 2006 Nintendo DS games Pokémon Diamond and Pearl.

The following list details the 107 Pokémon of Generation IV in order of their National Pokédex—an in-game electronic encyclopedia that provides various information on Pokémon—number. The first Pokémon, Turtwig, is number 387 and the last, Arceus, is number 493. Alternate forms that result in type changes and Mega Evolutions are included for convenience.

Design and development[edit]

List of Pokémon[edit]

List of Pokémon species introduced in Generation IV (2006)[nb 1]
English name Japanese name National Pokédex
number
Type(s) Evolves into First appeared Notes
Primary Secondary
Turtwig Naetle[2] 387 Grass Grotle (#388) Diamond and Pearl
Grotle Hayashigame[3] 388 Grass Torterra (#389) Diamond and Pearl
Torterra Dodaitose[4] 389 Grass Ground Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Chimchar Hikozaru[5] 390 Fire Monferno (#391) Diamond and Pearl
Monferno Moukazaru[6] 391 Fire Fighting Infernape (#392) Diamond and Pearl
Infernape Goukazaru[7] 392 Fire Fighting Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Piplup Pochama[3] 393 Water Prinplup (#394) Diamond and Pearl
Prinplup Pottaishi[7] 394 Water Empoleon (#395) Diamond and Pearl
Empoleon Emperte[3] 395 Water Steel Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Starly Mukkuru[3] 396 Normal Flying Staravia (#397) Diamond and Pearl
Staravia Mukubird[7] 397 Normal Flying Staraptor (#398) Diamond and Pearl
Staraptor Mukuhawk[8] 398 Normal Flying Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Bidoof Bippa[9] 399 Normal Bibarel (#400) Diamond and Pearl
Bibarel Beadaru[9] 400 Normal Water Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Kricketot Korobohsh[9] 401 Bug Kricketune (#402) Diamond and Pearl
Kricketune Korotock[9] 402 Bug Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Shinx Kolink[5] 403 Electric Luxio (#404) Diamond and Pearl
Luxio Luxio[7] 404 Electric Luxray (#405) Diamond and Pearl
Luxray Rentorar[10] 405 Electric Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Budew Subomie[11] 406 Grass Poison Roselia (#315) Diamond and Pearl
Roserade Roserade[7] 407 Grass Poison Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Cranidos Zugaidos[7] 408 Rock Rampardos (#409) Diamond and Pearl
Rampardos Rampald[12] 409 Rock Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Shieldon Tatetops[9] 410 Rock Steel Bastiodon (#411) Diamond and Pearl
Bastiodon Torideps[12] 411 Rock Steel Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Burmy Minomucchi[9] 412 Bug Wormadam (#413)[nb 2]
Mothim (#414)[nb 3]
Diamond and Pearl
Wormadam Minomadam[9] 413 Bug Grass Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl "Plant Cloak Womadam"
Bug Ground "Sandy Cloak Wormadam"
Bug Steel "Trash Cloak Wormadam"
Mothim Gamale[13] 414 Bug Flying Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Combee Mitsuhoney[7] 415 Bug Flying Vespiquen (#416)[nb 4] Diamond and Pearl
Vespiquen Beequen[3] 416 Bug Flying Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl Female-only[14]
Pachirisu Pachirisu[15] 417 Electric Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl Notably used by Se Jun Park to win the 2014 Pokémon World Championships[16]
Buizel Buoysel[17] 418 Water Floatzel (#419) Diamond and Pearl
Floatzel Floazel[9] 419 Water Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Cherubi Cherinbo[18] 420 Grass Cherrim (#421) Diamond and Pearl
Cherrim Cherrim[6] 421 Grass Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl Capable of changing between "Overcast" and "Sunshine" forms depending on in-battle weather effects.
Shellos Karanakushi[19] 422 Water Gastrodon (#423) Diamond and Pearl Has two visually different forms
Gastrodon Tritodon[13] 423 Water Ground Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl Has two visually different forms
Ambipom Eteboth[3] 424 Normal Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Drifloon Fuwante[20] 425 Ghost Flying Drifblim (#426) Diamond and Pearl
Drifblim Fuwaride[12] 426 Ghost Flying Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Buneary Mimirol[7] 427 Normal Lopunny (#428) Diamond and Pearl
Lopunny Mimilop[12] 428 Normal Mega Evolution Diamond and Pearl
Mega Lopunny Mega Mimilop[21] Normal Fighting Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Mismagius Mumargi[6] 429 Ghost Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Honchkrow Dongkarasu[5] 430 Dark Flying Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Glameow Nyarmar[22] 431 Normal Purugly (#432) Diamond and Pearl
Purugly Bunyatto[9] 432 Normal Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Chingling Lisyan[3] 433 Psychic Chimecho (#358) Diamond and Pearl
Stunky Skunpuu[9] 434 Poison Dark Skuntank (#435) Diamond and Pearl
Skuntank Skutank[10] 435 Poison Dark Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Bronzor Dohmirror[9] 436 Steel Psychic Bronzong (#437) Diamond and Pearl
Bronzong Dohtakun[10] 437 Steel Psychic Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Bonsly Usohachi[23] 438 Rock Sudowoodo (#185) Diamond and Pearl
Mime Jr. Manene[24] 439 Psychic Fairy[nb 5] Mr. Mime (#122) Diamond and Pearl
Happiny Pinpuku[25] 440 Normal Chansey (#113) Diamond and Pearl
Chatot Perap[17] 441 Normal Flying Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Spiritomb Mikaruge[7] 442 Ghost Dark Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Gible Fukamaru[12] 443 Dragon Ground Gabite (#444) Diamond and Pearl
Gabite Gabite[6] 444 Dragon Ground Garchomp (#445) Diamond and Pearl
Garchomp Gaburias[26] 445 Dragon Ground Mega Evolution Diamond and Pearl
Mega Garchomp Mega Gaburias[26] Dragon Ground Does not evolve X and Y
Munchlax Gonbe[27] 446 Normal Snorlax (#143) Diamond and Pearl
Riolu Riolu[3] 447 Fighting Lucario (#448) Diamond and Pearl
Lucario Lucario[28] 448 Fighting Steel Mega Evolution Diamond and Pearl
Mega Lucario Mega Lucario[26] Fighting Steel Does not evolve X and Y
Hippopotas Hippopotas[9] 449 Ground Hippowdon (#450) Diamond and Pearl
Hippowdon Kabaldon[5] 450 Ground Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Skorupi Scorupi[9] 451 Poison Bug Drapion (#452) Diamond and Pearl
Drapion Dorapion[3] 452 Poison Dark Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Croagunk Gureggru[3] 453 Poison Fighting Toxicroak (#454) Diamond and Pearl
Toxicroak Dokurog[5] 454 Poison Fighting Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Carnivine Muskippa[29] 455 Grass Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Finneon Keikouo[30] 456 Water Lumineon (#457) Diamond and Pearl
Lumineon Neolant[10] 457 Water Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Mantyke Tamanta[17] 458 Water Flying Mantine (#226) Diamond and Pearl
Snover Yukikaburi[5] 459 Grass Ice Abomasnow (#460) Diamond and Pearl
Abomasnow Yukinooh[26] 460 Grass Ice Mega Evolution Diamond and Pearl
Mega Abomasnow Mega Yukinooh[26] Grass Ice Does not evolve X and Y
Weavile Manyula[28] 461 Dark Ice Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Magnezone Jibacoil[9] 462 Electric Steel Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Lickilicky Berobelt[31] 463 Normal Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Rhyperior Dosidon[3] 464 Ground Rock Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Tangrowth Mojumbo[6] 465 Grass Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Electivire Elekible[32] 466 Electric Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Magmortar Booburn[7] 467 Fire Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Togekiss Togekiss[33] 468 Fairy[nb 6] Flying Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Yanmega Megayanma[5] 469 Bug Flying Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Leafeon Leafia[34] 470 Grass Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Glaceon Glacia[6] 471 Ice Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Gliscor Glion[6] 472 Ground Flying Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Mamoswine Mammoo[6] 473 Ice Ground Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Porygon-Z Porygon-Z[10] 474 Normal Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Gallade Erureido[7] 475 Psychic Fighting Mega Evolution Diamond and Pearl Male only
Mega Gallade Mega Erureido[21] Psychic Fighting Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Probopass Dainose[9] 476 Rock Steel Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Dusknoir Yonoir[5] 477 Ghost Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Froslass Yukimenoko[9] 478 Ice Ghost Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl Design inspired by the Japanese yōkai Yuki-onna, a vengeful spirit that takes the form of a woman and traps its victims with its icy breath or within blizzards.[35]
Rotom Rotom[5] 479 Electric Ghost Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl Rotom is capable of changing between six different forms by possessing various household appliances.
Electric Fire Transforms into "Heat Rotom" by possessing an oven
Electric Water Transforms into "Wash Rotom" by possessing a washing machine
Electric Ice Transforms into "Frost Rotom" by possessing a refrigerator
Electric Flying Transforms into "Fan Rotom" by possessing a fan
Electric Grass Transforms into "Mow Rotom" by possessing a lawn mower
Uxie Yuxie[6] 480 Psychic Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Mesprit Emrit[36] 481 Psychic Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Azelf Agnome[7] 482 Psychic Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Dialga Dialga[37] 483 Steel Dragon Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Palkia Palkia[38] 484 Water Dragon Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Heatran Heatran[6] 485 Fire Steel Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Regigigas Regigigas[5] 486 Normal Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Giratina Giratina[39] 487 Ghost Dragon Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl Capable of changing between "Altered" and "Origin" formes
Cresselia Crecelia/Cresselia[40][9] 488 Psychic Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl
Phione Phione[41] 489 Water Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl Can only be obtained by breeding Manaphy; however, Phione are incapable of evolving into Manaphy.
Manaphy Manaphy[42] 490 Water Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl Manaphy is a member of the sea guardians with Phione. Manaphy was the last Pokémon in the Sinnoh Pokédex before the Platinum expansion.
Darkrai Darkrai[10] 491 Dark Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl Darkrai was officially revealed in February 2007. It is a member of the Lunar duo together with Cresselia.
Shaymin Shaymin[3] 492 Grass Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl "Land Forme"
Grass Flying Platinum "Sky Forme"

Shaymin has a second form activated by using a Gracidea flower in the daytime. as opposed to its original Land Forme, Shaymin becomes the Grass/Flying-type Sky Forme. Shaymin's Sky Forme will revert into its Land Forme during the night, while frozen solid, or if it is deposited in the PC. Shaymin was officially revealed in February 2008, when it was listed as a star of Giratina and the Sky Warrior. In early June of the same year, its Sky Forme was revealed.

Arceus Arceus[12] 493 Normal Does not evolve Diamond and Pearl Arceus changes its type when it is holding a specific item. Like Darkrai and Shaymin before it, Arceus was not officially revealed by Nintendo until February 14, 2009, the year of its debut movie. It was officially revealed to international audiences on August 3, 2009. Arceus is known as "The Original One", as it is said that it created Sinnoh and Ransei, and possibly the entire Pokémon universe, along with the lake guardians and creation trio. It is the trio master of both the lake guardians and the creation trio.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Details on Pokémon names, National Pokédex numbers, types, and evolutions are obtained from The Pokémon Company International's online Pokédex.[1]
  2. ^ Only female Burmy evolve into Womadam and their form is determined by the last location Burmy was used in battle.
  3. ^ Only male Burmy evolve into Mothim.
  4. ^ Only female Combee are capable of evolution
  5. ^ Prior to X and Y, Mime Jr. was a pure Psychic-types.
  6. ^ Prior to X and Y, Togekiss was a dual Normal- and Flying-type.

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