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The first-generation (Generation I) of the Pokémon franchise features the original 151 fictional creatures introduced in the 1996 Game Boy games Pokémon Red and Green.

The following list details the 151 Pokémon of Generation I in order of their National Pokédex—an in-game electronic encyclopedia that provides various information on Pokémon—number. The first Pokémon, Bulbasaur, is number 001 and the last, Mew, is number 151. Alternate forms that result in type changes and Mega Evolutions are included for convenience.

Design and development[edit]

All 151 Pokémon from Generation I were designed by Ken Sugimori.[1] The majority of Pokémon in this generation had relatively simple designs and were highly analogous to real-life creatures including but not limited to: Pidgey (a pigeon), Rattata (a rat), Ekans (a snake), and Seel (a seal). Many Pokémon in the original games served as the base for repeating concepts in later series.[2]

Pokémon Sun and Moon introduced "Alola Forms" of various generation I Pokémon. These versions are to represent "the different microclimates in the Alola region". The Alolan versions of Pokémon like Vulpix and Exeggutor have different appearances and types and were introduced alongside generation VII Pokémon.[3] Alex Hern of The Guardian suggested that the developers likely decided to redesign various generation I Pokémon because, according to him, "fan connection with the original 150 Pokémon is as strong as it ever was, [while] the number of people who can tell a Pancham from a Swirlix is much smaller."[4]

List of Pokémon[edit]

List of Pokémon species introduced in Generation I (1996)[nb 1]
English name Japanese name National Pokédex
number
Type(s) Evolves into First appeared Notes
Primary Secondary
Bulbasaur Fushigidane 001 Grass Poison Ivysaur (#002) Red and Green Reception to Bulbasaur has been largely positive and it often appears in "top Pokémon lists".[6][7] Its English name is a portmanteau of "bulb" and "dinosaur".[8]
Ivysaur Fushigisou 002 Grass Poison Venusaur (#003) Red and Green Playable character in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Its English name is a portmanteau of "ivy" and "dinosaur".[9]
Venusaur Fushigibana 003 Grass Poison Mega Evolution Red and Green Its English name is a portmanteau of "Venus" (relating to the Venus flytrap) and "dinosaur".[10]
Mega Venusaur Mega Fushigibana[11] Grass Poison Does not evolve X and Y
Charmander Hitokage 004 Fire Charmeleon (#005) Red and Green Charmander is a bipedal, salamander-like creature with a flame at the tip of its tail. Its English name is a portmanteau of "char" and "salamander".[12]
Charmeleon Lizardo 005 Fire Charizard (#006) Red and Green Charmeleon shares a nearly identical design to Charmander, though is larger in stature. Its English name is a portmanteau of "char" and "chameleon".[13]
Charizard Lizardon 006 Fire Flying Mega Evolution Red and Green Playable character in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as well as Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Its English name is a portmanteau of "char" and "lizard".[14]
Mega Charizard X Mega Lizardon X[11] Fire Dragon Does not evolve X and Y
Mega Charizard Y Mega Lizardon Y[11] Fire Flying Does not evolve X and Y
Squirtle Zenigame 007 Water Wartortle (#008) Red and Green Playable character in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Its English name is a portmanteau of "squirt", "turtle", and possibly "squirrel".[15]
Wartortle Kameil 008 Water Blastoise (#009) Red and Green Its English name is a portmanteau of "war", "tortoise", and "turtle".[16]
Blastoise Kamex 009 Water Mega Evolution Red and Green Its English name is a portmanteau of "blast" and "tortoise".[17]
Mega Blastoise Mega Kamex[11] Water Does not evolve X and Y
Caterpie Caterpie 010 Bug Metapod (#011) Red and Green
Metapod Transel 011 Bug Butterfree (#012) Red and Green
Butterfree Butterfree 012 Bug Flying Does not evolve Red and Green
Weedle Beedle 013 Bug Poison Kakuna (#014) Red and Green
Kakuna Cocoon 014 Bug Poison Beedrill (#015) Red and Green
Beedrill Spear 015 Bug Poison Mega Evolution Red and Green
Mega Beedrill Mega Spear[11] Bug Poison Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Pidgey Poppo 016 Normal Flying Pidgeotto (#017) Red and Green
Pidgeotto Pigeon 017 Normal Flying Pidgeot (#018) Red and Green
Pidgeot Pigeot 018 Normal Flying Mega Evolution Red and Green
Mega Pidgeot Mega Pidgeot[11] Normal Flying Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Rattata Koratta 019 Normal Raticate (#020) Red and Green Criticized as a "filthy rodent" by GamesRadar and "rubbish" by the Official Nintendo Magazine[18][19]
Raticate Ratta 020 Normal Does not evolve Red and Green
Spearow Onisuzume 021 Normal Flying Fearow (#022) Red and Green
Fearow Onidrill 022 Normal Flying Does not evolve Red and Green
Ekans Arbo 023 Poison Arbok (#024) Red and Green
Arbok Arbok 024 Poison Does not evolve Red and Green
Pikachu Pikachu 025 Electric Raichu (#026) Red and Green Mascot of the Pokémon franchise
Raichu Raichu 026 Electric Does not evolve Red and Green
Sandshrew Sand 027 Ground Sandslash (#028) Red and Green
Sandslash Sandpan 028 Ground Does not evolve Red and Green
Nidoran♀ Nidoran♀ 029 Poison Nidorina (#030) Red and Green
Nidorina Nidorina 030 Poison Nidoqueen (#031) Red and Green
Nidoqueen Nidoquen/Nidoqueen[20] 031 Poison Ground Does not evolve Red and Green
Nidoran♂ Nidoran♂ 032 Poison Nidorino (#033) Red and Green
Nidorino Nidorino 033 Poison Nidoking (#034) Red and Green
Nidoking Nidoking 034 Poison Ground Does not evolve Red and Green
Clefairy Pippi 035 Fairy[nb 2] Clefable (#036) Red and Green Originally proposed to be joint mascot of the Pokémon franchise alongside Pikachu, but was quickly overshadowed by the latter's popularity[21]
Clefable Pixy 036 Fairy[nb 2] Does not evolve Red and Green
Vulpix Rokon 037 Fire Ninetales (#038) Red and Green
Ninetales Kyukon 038 Fire Does not evolve Red and Green Designs inspired by the nine-tailed fox of East Asian myth.[22]
Jigglypuff Purin 039 Normal Fairy[nb 2] Wigglytuff (#040) Red and Green
Wigglytuff Pukurin 040 Normal Fairy[nb 2] Does not evolve Red and Green
Zubat Zubat 041 Poison Flying Golbat (#042) Red and Green
Golbat Golbat 042 Poison Flying Crobat (#169) Red and Green
Oddish Nazonokusa 043 Grass Poison Gloom (#044) Red and Green
Gloom Kusaihana 044 Grass Poison Vileplume (#045)
Bellossom (#182)
Red and Green
Vileplume Ruffresia 045 Grass Poison Does not evolve Red and Green
Paras Paras 046 Bug Grass Parasect (#047) Red and Green
Parasect Parasect 047 Bug Grass Does not evolve Red and Green
Venonat Kongpang 048 Bug Poison Venomoth (#049) Red and Green
Venomoth Morphon 049 Bug Poison Does not evolve Red and Green
Diglett Digda 050 Ground Dugtrio (#051) Red and Green
Dugtrio Dugtrio 051 Ground Does not evolve Red and Green
Meowth Nyarth 052 Normal Persian (#053) Red and Green
Persian Persian 053 Normal Does not evolve Red and Green
Psyduck Koduck 054 Water Golduck (#055) Red and Green
Golduck Golduck 055 Water Does not evolve Red and Green
Mankey Mankey 056 Fighting Primeape (#057) Red and Green
Primeape Okorizaru 057 Fighting Does not evolve Red and Green
Growlithe Gardie 058 Fire Arcanine (#059) Red and Green
Arcanine Windie 059 Fire Does not evolve Red and Green A fan-favorite Pokémon, Arcanine is among the strongest non-legendary Pokémon, and has been described as having "the mane of a lion ... the stripes of a tiger [and] the speed of a panther."[23][24][25]
Poliwag Nyoromo 060 Water Poliwhirl (#061) Red and Green
Poliwhirl Nyorozo 061 Water Poliwrath (#062)
Politoed (#186)
Red and Green Poliwhirl is among the most-marketed Pokémon,[26] being used in a line of chewable vitamins as well as a line of toothbrushes.[27][28]
Poliwrath Nyorobon 062 Water Fighting Does not evolve Red and Green
Abra Casey 063 Psychic Kadabra (#064) Red and Green
Kadabra Yungerer 064 Psychic Alakazam (#065) Red and Green Kadabra has been the source of various controversies. The symbols on its body have been associated to those used by Nazi Germany's Waffen-SS. Furthermore, in November 2000, Israeli magician Uri Gellar sued Nintendo, claiming Kadabra embodies an unauthorized appropriation of his identity.[29][30][31]
Alakazam Foodin 065 Psychic Mega Evolution Red and Green
Mega Alakazam Mega Foodin[11] Psychic Does not evolve X and Y
Machop Wanriky 066 Fighting Machoke (#067) Red and Green
Machoke Goriky 067 Fighting Machamp (#068) Red and Green
Machamp Kairiky 068 Fighting Does not evolve Red and Green
Bellsprout Madatsubomi 069 Grass Poison Weepinbell (#070) Red and Green
Weepinbell Utsudon 070 Grass Poison Victreebel (#071) Red and Green
Victreebel Utsubot 071 Grass Poison Does not evolve Red and Green
Tentacool Menokurage 072 Water Poison Tentacruel (#073) Red and Green
Tentacruel Dokukurage 073 Water Poison Does not evolve Red and Green
Geodude Ishitsubute/Isitsubute [32] 074 Rock Ground Graveler (#075) Red and Green
Graveler Golone 075 Rock Ground Golem (#076) Red and Green
Golem Golonya 076 Rock Ground Does not evolve Red and Green
Ponyta Ponyta 077 Fire Rapidash (#078) Red and Green
Rapidash Gallop 078 Fire Does not evolve Red and Green As a popular Pokémon, Rapidash is considered "universally appealing" to fans of cute and cool Pokémon alike.[33][33][34][35][36]
Slowpoke Yadon 079 Water Psychic Slowbro (#080)
Slowking (#199)
Red and Green
Slowbro Yadoran 080 Water Psychic Mega Evolution Red and Green
Mega Slowbro Mega Yadoran[11] Water Psychic Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Magnemite Coil 081 Electric Steel[nb 3] Magneton (#082) Red and Green
Magneton Rarecoil 082 Electric Steel[nb 3] Magnezone (#462) Red and Green
Farfetch'd Kamonegi 083 Normal Flying Does not evolve Red and Green
Doduo Dodo 084 Normal Flying Dodrio (#085) Red and Green
Dodrio Dodrio/Dodorio [37] 085 Normal Flying Does not evolve Red and Green
Seel Pawou 086 Water Dewgong (#087) Red and Green
Dewgong Jugon 087 Water Ice Does not evolve Red and Green
Grimer Betbeter 088 Poison Muk (#089) Red and Green
Muk Betbeton 089 Poison Does not evolve Red and Green
Shellder Shellder 090 Water Cloyster (#091) Red and Green
Cloyster Parshen 091 Water Ice Does not evolve Red and Green
Gastly Ghos 092 Ghost Poison Haunter (#093) Red and Green
Haunter Ghost 093 Ghost Poison Gengar (#094) Red and Green
Gengar Gangar 094 Ghost Poison Mega Evolution Red and Green Owing to its simplistic yet appealing design, Gengar is Ken Sugimori's favorite Pokémon as of the release of X and Y.[38]
Mega Gengar Mega Gangar[11] Ghost Poison Does not evolve X and Y
Onix Iwark 095 Rock Ground Steelix (#208) Red and Green Though its design has been praised, critics deem Onix underpowered compared to other rock-types of its generation.[2][39][40][41]
Drowzee Sleep/Sleepe [37] 096 Psychic Hypno (#097) Red and Green
Hypno Sleeper 097 Psychic Does not evolve Red and Green
Krabby Crab 098 Water Kingler (#099) Red and Green
Kingler Kingler 099 Water Does not evolve Red and Green
Voltorb Biriridama 100 Electric Electrode (#101) Red and Green
Electrode Marumine 101 Electric Does not evolve Red and Green
Exeggcute Tamatama 102 Grass Psychic Exeggutor (#103) Red and Green
Exeggutor Nassy 103 Grass Psychic Does not evolve Red and Green A coconut tree-like Pokémon
Cubone Karakara 104 Ground Marowak (#105) Red and Green
Marowak Garagara 105 Ground Does not evolve Red and Green
Hitmonlee Sawamular 106 Fighting Does not evolve Red and Green
Hitmonchan Ebiwalar 107 Fighting Does not evolve Red and Green
Lickitung Beroringa 108 Normal Lickilicky (#463) Red and Green
Koffing Dogars 109 Poison Weezing (#110) Red and Green
Weezing Matadogas 110 Poison Does not evolve Red and Green
Rhyhorn Sihorn 111 Ground Rock Rhydon (#112) Red and Green
Rhydon Sidon 112 Ground Rock Rhyperior (#464) Red and Green Rhydon was the first Pokémon created by Game Freak.[42]
Chansey Lucky 113 Normal Blissey (#242) Red and Green
Tangela Monjara 114 Grass Tangrowth (#465) Red and Green
Kangaskhan Garura 115 Normal Mega Evolution Red and Green
Mega Kangaskhan Mega Garura[11] Normal Does not evolve X and Y
Horsea Tattu 116 Water Seadrea (#117) Red and Green
Seadra Seadra 117 Water Kingdra (#230) Red and Green
Goldeen Tosakinto 118 Water Seaking (#119) Red and Green
Seaking Azumao 119 Water Does not evolve Red and Green
Staryu Hitodeman 120 Water Starmie (#121) Red and Green
Starmie Starmie 121 Water Psychic Does not evolve Red and Green
Mr. Mime Barrierd 122 Psychic Fairy[nb 4] Does not evolve Red and Green
Scyther Strike 123 Bug Flying Scizor (#212) Red and Green IGN and GamesRadar have praised Scyther's "cool" design.[43][44][45]
Jynx Rougela 124 Ice Psychic Does not evolve Red and Green Jynx has spawned controversy due to aspects of its design being similar to blackface, leading Game Freak to change the color of its skin from black to purple.[46][47][48][49][50] When Pokémon Yellow was re-released on the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console, the in-game sprite of Jynx was edited to reflect this change.[50]
Electabuzz Eleboo 125 Electric Electivire (#466) Red and Green
Magmar Boober 126 Fire Magmortar (#467) Red and Green While Magmar was voted the eighth best fire-type Pokémon by the Official Nintendo Magazine readers,[51] GamesRadar has criticized its design multiple times, noting that its forehead resembles a butt.[52][53]
Pinsir Kailios 127 Bug Mega Evolution Red and Green
Mega Pinsir Mega Kailios[11] Bug Flying Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Tauros Kentauros 128 Normal Does not evolve Red and Green
Magikarp Koiking 129 Water Gyarados (#130) Red and Green Magikarp holds the distinction of being mostly useless in the games, until it evolves into the superior Gyarados.
Gyarados Gyarados 130 Water Flying Mega Evolution Red and Green
Mega Gyarados Mega Gyarados[11] Water Dark Does not evolve X and Y
Lapras Laplace 131 Water Ice Does not evolve Red and Green
Ditto Metamon 132 Normal Does not evolve Red and Green The favorite Pokémon of Hideo Kojima,[54] Ditto is capable of transforming into any Pokémon it comes across.
Eevee Eievui 133 Normal Multiple[nb 5] Red and Green Eevee is often considered among the "cutest" Pokémon in the franchise.[55][56][57][58] Because of this, Eevee is featured on various Pokémon-related merchandise.[59][60][61]
Vaporeon Showers 134 Water Does not evolve Red and Green
Jolteon Thunders 135 Electric Does not evolve Red and Green
Flareon Booster 136 Fire Does not evolve Red and Green
Porygon Porygon/Polygon[62] 137 Normal Porygon2 (#233) Red and Green Porygon has become notorious for being featured in an episode of the anime that caused widespread epileptic seizures in Japanese viewers.[63]
Omanyte Omnite 138 Rock Water Omastar (#139) Red and Green
Omastar Lord Helix 139 Rock Water Does not evolve Red and Green
Kabuto Kabuto 140 Rock Water Kabutops (#141) Red and Green
Kabutops Kabutops 141 Rock Water Does not evolve Red and Green
Aerodactyl Ptera 142 Rock Flying Mega Evolution Red and Green
Mega Aerodactyl Mega Ptera[11] Rock Flying Does not evolve X and Y
Snorlax Kabigon 143 Normal Does not evolve Red and Green
Articuno Freezer 144 Ice Flying Does not evolve Red and Green
Zapdos Thunder 145 Electric Flying Does not evolve Red and Green Design inspired by the Indigenous North American myth of the thunderbird.[22]
Moltres Fire 146 Fire Flying Does not evolve Red and Green Design inspired by the firebird of Slavic folklore.[22]
Dratini Miniryu 147 Dragon Dragonair (#148) Red and Green
Dragonair Hakuryu 148 Dragon Dragonite (#149) Red and Green
Dragonite Kairyu 149 Dragon Flying Does not evolve Red and Green
Mewtwo Mewtwo 150 Psychic Mega Evolution Red and Green
Mega Mewtwo X Mega Mewtwo X[11] Psychic Fighting Does not evolve X and Y Mewtwo was given two Mega Evolutions for X and Y because of Game Freak's fondness for the creature. They were made version exclusive to promote interaction and trading between players.[64]
Mega Mewtwo Y Mega Mewtwo Y[11] Psychic Does not evolve X and Y
Mew Mew 151 Psychic Does not evolve Red and Green Only available through Nintendo events
MissingNo. Unknown None[nb 6] Bird[nb 7] Normal Does not evolve Red and Green An error handler species, "Missing Number" was created to handle attempts at accessing nonexistent Pokémon species.[65][66] It is regarded as one of the most famous and popular glitches in video game history.[67]

Alola Forms[edit]

List of Alolan Pokémon forms introduced in Generation VII (2016)[nb 1]
English name Japanese name National Pokédex
number
Type(s) Evolves into First appeared Notes
Primary Secondary
Rattata Koratta 019 Dark Normal Raticate (#020) Sun and Moon The nocturnal Alola Form of Rattata was introduced during a Nintendo Direct on September 1, 2016.[68]
Raticate Ratta 020 Dark Normal Does not evolve Sun and Moon Totem Pokémon from Captain Illima's trial in Pokémon Moon.
Raichu Raichu 026 Electric Psychic Does not evolve Sun and Moon
Sandshrew Sand 027 Ice Steel Sandslash (#028) Sun and Moon An Alola Form Sandshrew and its evolution were designed to better suit "the harsh environment of the snow mountains" of Alola.[4]
Sandslash Sandpan 028 Ice Steel Does not evolve Sun and Moon
Vulpix Rokon 037 Ice Psychic Ninetales (#038) Sun and Moon An Alola Form Vulpix and its evolution were designed to better suit "the harsh environment of the snow mountains" of Alola.[4]It using psychic powers to defend itself,however, when it defense itself,it might striking nearby people and objects,and don't matter what it hits.
Ninetales Kyukon 038 Ice Fairy Does not evolve Sun and Moon
Diglett Digda 050 Ground Steel Dugtrio (#051) Sun and Moon
Dugtrio Dugtrio 051 Ground Steel Does not evolve Sun and Moon
Meowth Nyarth 052 Dark Persian (#053) Sun and Moon The Alola Form of Meowth developed after it was bred by the royal family of Alola.
Persian Persian 053 Dark Does not evolve Sun and Moon
Geodude Ishitsubute/Isitsubute [32] 074 Rock Electric Graveler (#075) Sun and Moon
Graveler Golone 075 Rock Electric Golem (#076) Sun and Moon
Golem Golonya 076 Rock Electric Does not evolve Sun and Moon
Grimer Betbeter 088 Poison Dark Muk (#089) Sun and Moon The Alola Form of Grimer and its evolution Muk are covered in colorful stripes; Paste stated at their reveal that the purple sludge Pokémon look as if they were "dipped in cotton candy."[69][70]
Muk Betbeton 089 Poison Dark Does not evolve Sun and Moon
Exeggutor Nassy 103 Grass Dragon Does not evolve Sun and Moon The Alola Form of Exeggutor is 35 feet tall due to the fictional island's bright sunlight. One of this Pokémon's "heads" was moved to its tail in order to "take on opponents to the rear that can’t be reached by the main heads' attacks."[4] The form has been described as ridiculous and hilarious by fans and critics.[71][72][73]
Marowak Garagara 105 Fire Ghost Does not evolve Sun and Moon

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Details on Pokémon names, National Pokédex numbers, types, and evolutions are obtained from The Pokémon Company International's online Pokédex.[5]
  2. ^ a b c d Prior to X and Y, Clefairy, Clefable, Jigglypuff, Wigglytuff, Cleffa, Igglybuff, Togepi, Snubbull, Granbull, and Azurill were pure Normal-types.
  3. ^ a b Prior to Gold and Silver, Magnemite and Magneton were pure Electric-types.
  4. ^ Prior to X and Y, Mr. Mime, Ralts, Kirlia, Gardevoir, and Mime Jr. were pure Psychic-types.
  5. ^ Eevee is capable of evolving into Vaporeon (#134), Jolteon (#135), Flareon (#136), Espeon (#196), Umbeon (#197), Leafeon (#470), Glaceon (#471), or Sylveon (#700).
  6. ^ MissingNo. is programmed with the Kanto Pokédex number "000"; however, it does not exist in the National Pokédex
  7. ^ Bird-type was a scrapped typing for Generations I and II; however, coding for it remains within the games. MissingNo. dons the type in Red, Green, and Blue versions; however, it is replaced by a randomly generated glitch type in Yellow.

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