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The fifth generation (Generation V) of the Pokémon franchise features 156 fictional creatures introduced to the core video game series in the 2010 Nintendo DS games Pokémon Black and White. Some Pokémon in this generation were introduced in animated adaptations of the franchise before Black and White.

The following list details the 156 Pokémon of Generation V in order of their National Pokédex number. The first Pokémon, Victini, is number 494 and the last, Genesect, is number 649. Alternate forms that result in type changes and Mega Evolutions are included for convenience.

List of Pokémon[edit]

List of Pokémon species introduced in Generation V (2010)[nb 1][nb 1]
English name Japanese name National Pokédex
number
Type(s) Evolves into First appeared Notes
Primary Secondary
Victini Victini[2] 494 Psychic Fire Does not evolve Black and White Victini is number #000 in the Unova Pokédex. It will bring victory to whichever team it choses.
Snivy Tsutarja[3] 495 Grass Servine (#496) Black and White
Servine Janovy[4] 496 Grass Serperior (#497) Black and White
Serperior Jalorda[5] 497 Grass Does not evolve Black and White
Tepig Pokabu[3] 498 Fire Pignite (#499) Black and White
Pignite Chaoboo[6] 499 Fire Fighting Emboar (#500) Black and White
Emboar Enbuoh[7] 500 Fire Fighting Does not evolve Black and White
Oshawott Mijumaru[3] 501 Water Dewott (#502) Black and White Oshawott is known as the Sea Otter Pokémon. The shell on its belly, known as a scalchop, is made of the same components as fingernails. Strangely, the scalchop has been known to grow from Oshawott's navel.[8] It can detach the scalchop from its body and use it as a blade.[9] It fights using the scalchop as a blade, and can block and attack the foe back in an instant.[10] Dewott's appearance is somewhat similar to Oshawott except that it is primarily light blue in coloration, has white whiskers, and has a blue adornment with two scalchops around its waist. Like Oshawott, these can be detached and used as weapons. With rigorous training, Dewott acquires the ability to perform two-shell attacks with flowing swordsmanship.[11] Unlike its pre-evolutions, Samurott is a quadruped, sea lion-like Pokémon. It can silence its enemies by glaring at them, and it can defeat an opponent by swinging the swords on its armor,[12] known as seamitars.[13]

Oshawott was designed to be the "cute" one of them as well as acting as a "den mother figure" to the other two. Dewott was also the last of the second form of the starters to be designed. In an interview with Ken Sugimori, he stated that they were concerned on what to make Oshawott evolve into. After watching sea otters at a zoo, he decided to make the third evolution based on a sea lion, with Oshawott's shell turned into a sword. He also stated that Oshawott's evolution would be Japanese style of design. He also cited the powerful nature from them such as the "sound they made when they stamped on the ground."[14][15] Sugimori also intended to design Samurott to be a completely different shape from Oshawott that would aid in making it a "den mother" figure.[14]

Dewott Futachimaru[16] 502 Water Samurott (#503) Black and White
Samurott Daikenki[17] 503 Water Does not evolve Black and White
Patrat Minezumi[3] 504 Normal Watchog (#505) Black and White When its sleeping, one stays awake to watch. Although they never see foes coming from behind.
Watchog Miruhog[3] 505 Normal Does not evolve Black and White If one does see an enemy, Its tail will stand straight, and spit seeds that and stores in its cheek pouches.
Lillipup Yorterrie[18] 506 Normal Herdier (#507) Black and White It'S a good starting pokemon because it listens well and easy to train.
Herdier Herderrie[18] 507 Normal Stoutland (#508) Black and White
Stoutland Mooland[18] 508 Normal Does not evolve Black and White
Purrloin Choroneko[19] 509 Dark Liepard (#510) Black and White In the Pokémon Black & White anime series, the character Cilan is afraid of Purrloin. It tries to steal things like jewelry from women. But the victims think that the act is so cute, they let it slide.
Liepard Lepardas[18] 510 Dark Does not evolve Black and White
Pansage Yanappu[20] 511 Grass Simisage (#512) Black and White
Simisage Yanakkie[21] 512 Grass Does not evolve Black and White It attacks with its thorn covered tail.
Pansear Baoppu[22] 513 Fire Simisear (#514) Black and White
Simisear Baokkie[23] 514 Fire Does not evolve Black and White
Panpour Hiyappu[24] 515 Water Simipour (#516) Black and White
Simipour Hiyakkie[25] 516 Water Does not evolve Black and White It will water flowers from its tail.
Munna Munna[3] 517 Psychic Musharna (#518) Black and White
Musharna Musharna[3] 518 Psychic Does not evolve Black and White
Pidove Mamepato[3] 519 Normal Flying Tranquill (#520) Black and White
Tranquill Hatoboh[26] 520 Normal Flying Unfezant (#521) Black and White Since it always knows where its nest is, it never gets separated from its Trainer.
Unfezant Kenhallow[27] 521 Normal Flying Does not evolve Black and White
Blitzle Shimama[18] 522 Electric Zebstrika (#523) Black and White The flashes it produces helps it communicates with others by using patterns.
Zebstrika Zebraika[28] 523 Electric Does not evolve Black and White
Roggenrola Dangoro[27] 524 Rock Boldore (#525) Black and White The orange part of its body is actually its ear. Its curious enough to follow sounds, but if the sounds stop, it freaks out and topples over.
Boldore Gantle[27] 525 Rock Gigalith (#526) Black and White
Gigalith Gigaiath[28] 526 Rock Does not evolve Black and White
Woobat Koromori[3] 527 Psychic Flying Swoobat (#528) Black and White
Swoobat Kokoromori[18] 528 Psychic Flying Does not evolve Black and White
Drilbur Mogurew[3] 529 Ground Excadrill (#530) Black and White By spinning its body 360 degrees, it can dig easily through the ground.
Excadrill Doryuzu[29] 530 Ground Steel Does not evolve Black and White
Audino Tabunne[30] 531 Normal Mega Evolution Black and White It can hear very well. Audino is the only Generation V Pokémon with a Mega Evolution.
Mega Audino Mega Tabunne[30] Normal Fairy Does not evolve Omega Ruby and
Alpha Sapphire
Timburr Dokkorer[31] 532 Fighting Gurdurr (#533) Black and White
Gurdurr Dotekkotsu[31] 533 Fighting Conkeldurr (#534) Black and White
Conkeldurr Roubushin[18] 534 Fighting Does not evolve Black and White
Tympole Otamaro[18] 535 Water Palpitoad (#536) Black and White They communicate by vibrating their cheeks.
Palpitoad Gamagaru[18] 536 Water Ground Seismitoad (#537) Black and White
Seismitoad Gamageroge[18] 537 Water Ground Does not evolve Black and White
Throh Nageki[18] 538 Fighting Does not evolve Black and White
Sawk Dageki[18] 539 Fighting Does not evolve Black and White
Sewaddle Kurumiru[26] 540 Bug Grass Swadloon (#541) Black and White
Swadloon Kurumayu[31] 541 Bug Grass Leavanny (#542) Black and White
Leavanny Hahakomori[18] 542 Bug Grass Does not evolve Black and White
Venipede Fushide[31] 543 Bug Poison Whirlipede (#544) Black and White
Whirlipede Wheega[31] 544 Bug Poison Scolipede (#545) Black and White
Scolipede Pendror[26] 545 Bug Poison Does not evolve Black and White
Cottonee Monmen[18] 546 Grass Fairy[nb 2] Whimsicott (#547) Black and White
Whimsicott Elfuun[18] 547 Grass Fairy[nb 2] Does not evolve Black and White Whimsicott appears in the background of the stage Unova Pokémon League in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Petilil Churine[18] 548 Grass Lilligant (#549) Black and White
Lilligant Dredear[18] 549 Grass Does not evolve Black and White
Basculin Bassrao[18] 550 Water Does not evolve Black and White Basculin are based on piranhas.[32]
Sandile Meguroco[3] 551 Ground Dark Krokorok (#552) Black and White In the Pokémon Black & White anime series, Sandile is portrayed as wearing shades. This goes for its Evolutions as well.
Krokorok Waruvile[18] 552 Ground Dark Krookodile (#553) Black and White
Krookodile Waruvial[18] 553 Ground Dark Does not evolve Black and White
Darumaka Darumakka[26] 554 Fire Darmanitan (#555) Black and White Its droppings are warm so people use them to keep themselves warm.
Darmanitan Hihidaruma[3] 555 Fire Does not evolve Black and White Can change between "Zen mode" and Normal mode
Fire Psychic "Zen Mode"
Maractus Maracacchi[18] 556 Grass Does not evolve Black and White
Dwebble Ishizumai[26] 557 Bug Rock Crustle (#558) Black and White
Crustle Iwapalace[31] 558 Bug Rock Does not evolve Black and White
Scraggy Zuruggu[26] 559 Dark Fighting Scrafty (#560) Black and White
Scrafty Zuruzukin[31] 560 Dark Fighting Does not evolve Black and White
Sigilyph Symboler[18] 561 Psychic Flying Does not evolve Black and White Sigilyph's design is based on the Nazca Lines.
Yamask Desumasu[26] 562 Ghost Cofagrigus (#563) Black and White Each of them carries a mask that used to be its face when it was human. Sometimes they look at it and cry.
Cofagrigus Desukarn[28] 563 Ghost Does not evolve Black and White
Tirtouga Protoga[18] 564 Water Rock Carracosta (#565) Black and White
Carracosta Abagoura[18] 565 Water Rock Does not evolve Black and White
Archen Archen[33] 566 Rock Flying Archeops (#567) Black and White
Archeops Archeos[18] 567 Rock Flying Does not evolve Black and White
Trubbish Yabukuron[18] 568 Poison Garbodor (#569) Black and White
Garbodor Dustdas[31] 569 Poison Does not evolve Black and White
Zorua Zorua[3] 570 Dark Zoroark (#571) Black and White
Zoroark Zoroark[3] 571 Dark Does not evolve Black and White It can make illusions so real, people sometimes believe they are real.
Minccino Chillarmy[34] 572 Normal Cinccino (#573) Black and White It loves to clean. It even has a broom-like tail.
Cinccino Chillaccino[18] 573 Normal Does not evolve Black and White
Gothita Gothimu[33] 574 Psychic Gothorita (#575) Black and White
Gothorita Gothimiru[18] 575 Psychic Gothitelle (#576) Black and White
Gothitelle Gothiruselle[35] 576 Psychic Does not evolve Black and White
Solosis Uniran[33] 577 Psychic Duosion (#578) Black and White
Duosion Doublan[18] 578 Psychic Reuniclus (#579) Black and White
Reuniclus Lanculus[26] 579 Psychic Does not evolve Black and White If its 2 brains think the same thing its psychic power is doubled.
Ducklett Koaruhie[18] 580 Water Flying Swanna (#581) Black and White
Swanna Swanna[18] 581 Water Flying Does not evolve Black and White
Vanillite Vanipeti[18] 582 Ice Vanillish (#583) Black and White Vanillite and its evolutionary line were designed by British artist James Turner. They are based on ice cream cones.[36]
Vanillish Vanirich[31] 583 Ice Vanilluxe (#584) Black and White
Vanilluxe Baivanilla[18] 584 Ice Does not evolve Black and White
Deerling Shikijika[37] 585 Normal Grass Sawsbuck (#586) Black and White Form changes depending on the in-game season.
Sawsbuck Mebukijika[26] 586 Normal Grass Does not evolve Black and White Form changes depending on the in-game season.
Emolga Emonga[38] 587 Electric Flying Does not evolve Black and White
Karrablast Kaburumo[31] 588 Bug Escavalier (#589) Black and White It evolves by trading one for Shelmet .
Escavalier Chevargo[28] 589 Bug Steel Does not evolve Black and White
Foongus Tamagetake[35] 590 Grass Poison Amoonguss (#591) Black and White
Amoonguss Morobareru[31] 591 Grass Poison Does not evolve Black and White
Frillish Pururill[31] 592 Water Ghost Jellicent (#593) Black and White It is one of the few Pokémon that has a gender difference. This goes for its Evolution as well.
Jellicent Burungel[18] 593 Water Ghost Does not evolve Black and White
Alomomola Mamanbou[3] 594 Water Does not evolve Black and White Alomomola are based on the sunfish.[32]
Joltik Bachuru[18] 595 Bug Electric Galvantula (#596) Black and White
Galvantula Dentula[35] 596 Bug Electric Does not evolve Black and White
Ferroseed Tesseed[18] 597 Grass Steel Ferrothorn (#598) Black and White
Ferrothorn Nutrey[33] 598 Grass Steel Does not evolve Black and White
Klink Giaru[26] 599 Steel Klang (#600) Black and White It can shoot the other gear[clarification needed] at its foes. If the other gear does not come back, it will not go with any other Klink gear, and die.
Klang Gigiaru[18] 600 Steel Klinklang (#601) Black and White
Klinklang Gigigiaru[18] 601 Steel Does not evolve Black and White It uses its red core as an energy tank and spins its spikes to charge itself.
Tynamo Shibishirasu[31] 602 Electric Eelektrik (#603) Black and White Tynamo and its evolutions are based on the sea lamprey.[32]
Eelektrik Shibibeel[31] 603 Electric Eelektross (#604) Black and White
Eelektross Shibirudon[18] 604 Electric Does not evolve Black and White
Elgyem Ligray[18] 605 Psychic Beheeyem (#606) Black and White Its name comes from LGM "Little Green Men".
Beheeyem Ohbem[31] 606 Psychic Does not evolve Black and White
Litwick Hitomoshi[18] 607 Ghost Fire Lampent (#608) Black and White
Lampent Lampler[18] 608 Ghost Fire Candelure (#609) Black and White It hangs around hospitals waiting for people to pass on.
Chandelure Chandela[18] 609 Ghost Fire Does not evolve Black and White Chandelure is a playable character in Pokkén Tournament DX. It is also an enemy in the Smash Run mode in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS. It is a boss in PokéPark 2: Adventures Beyond.
Axew Kibago[3] 610 Dragon Fraxure (#611) Black and White
Fraxure Onondo[39] 611 Dragon Haxorus (#612) Black and White
Haxorus Ononokus[40] 612 Dragon Does not evolve Black and White
Cubchoo Kumasyun[41] 613 Ice Beartic (#614) Black and White If it sniffles its runny nose, it gains more power.
Beartic Tunbear[18] 614 Ice Does not evolve Black and White
Cryogonal Freegeo[18] 615 Ice Does not evolve Black and White It is an enemy in the Smash Run mode in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
Shelmet Chobomaki[31] 616 Bug Accelgor (#617) Black and White Trading one for Karrablast will evolve it.
Accelgor Agilder[28] 617 Bug Does not evolve Black and White It is very quick on its feet.
Stunfisk Maggyo[18] 618 Ground Electric Does not evolve Black and White Stunfisk is based on the flatfish.[32]
Mienfoo Kojofu[18] 619 Fighting Mienshao (#620) Black and White
Mienshao Kojondo[31] 620 Fighting Does not evolve Black and White
Druddigon Crimgan[28] 621 Dragon Does not evolve Black and White
Golett Gobit[31] 622 Ground Ghost Golurk (#623) Black and White Golett and Golurk are among the first Pokémon to be designed by a Western artist.[42]
Golurk Goloog[18] 623 Ground Ghost Does not evolve Black and White Golurk's design is inspired by the Golem of Prague of Jewish folklore, a clay figure given life to protect the Jewish people of Prague from attacks and persecution.[43]
Pawniard Komatana[18] 624 Dark Steel Bisharp (#625) Black and White
Bisharp Kirikizan[18] 625 Dark Steel Does not evolve Black and White
Bouffalant Buffron[18] 626 Normal Does not evolve Black and White
Rufflet Washibon[31] 627 Normal Flying Braviary (#628) Black and White
Braviary Warrgle[28] 628 Normal Flying Does not evolve Black and White Many people call it the "American" Pokémon due to its name and the fact that it has red, white, and blue feathers like the American flag.
Vullaby Valchai[18] 629 Dark Flying Mandibuzz (#630) Black and White
Mandibuzz Vulgina[18] 630 Dark Flying Does not evolve Black and White It uses bones to style itself.
Heatmor Kuitaran[31] 631 Fire Does not evolve Black and White Heatmor will try to burn through Durant's weak armor and then eat it.
Durant Aiant[31] 632 Bug Steel Does not evolve Black and White It tries to size up and defend itself against Heatmor.
Deino Monozu[31] 633 Dark Dragon Zweilous (#634) Black and White Deino, which means 1 in German, is blind so it usually bites things and comes out with scratches.
Zweilous Dihead[31] 634 Dark Dragon Hydreigon (#635) Black and White Zweilous, meaning 2 in German, has 2 heads which fight over food a lot.
Hydreigon Sazandora[18] 635 Dark Dragon Does not evolve Black and White Unlike Scizor, Hydreigon, which means 3 in German and dragon, has 3 heads which are all real. Before it evolves, the heads fight to determine who will be the center head.
Larvesta Merlarva[18] 636 Bug Fire Volcarona (#637) Black and White
Volcarona Ulgamoth[18] 637 Bug Fire Does not evolve Black and White
Cobalion Cobalon[18] 638 Steel Fighting Does not evolve Black and White Cobalion's design is inspired by Athos from The Three Musketeers.[44]
Terrakion Terrakion[18] 639 Rock Fighting Does not evolve Black and White Terrakion's design is inspired by Porthos from The Three Musketeers.[44]
Virizion Virizion[18] 640 Grass Fighting Does not evolve Black and White Virizion's design is inspired by Aramis from The Three Musketeers.[44]
Tornadus Tornelos[18] 641 Flying Does not evolve Black and White Tornadus' "Incarnate Forme" is inspired by the Japanese Fūjin, the Shinto God of the wind. Its "Therian Forme" stems from the Four Symbols of Chinese myth, specifically the Vermilion Bird. It is capable of transforming between forms via an item called the "Reveal Glass".[43][45] It is the only known pure Flying-type Pokemon.
Thundurus Voltolos[18] 642 Electric Flying Does not evolve Black and White Thundurus' "Incarnate Forme" is inspired by the Japanese Raijin, the Shinto God of lightning, thunder, and storms. Its "Therian Forme" stems from the Four Symbols of Chinese myth, specifically the Azure Dragon. It is capable of transforming between forms via an item called the "Reveal Glass".[43][45]
Reshiram Reshiram[3] 643 Dragon Fire Does not evolve Black and White It appears as a stage hazard in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Zekrom Zekrom[3] 644 Dragon Electric Does not evolve Black and White It powers up with electricity from its tail. It appears as a stage hazard in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Landorus Landlos[18] 645 Ground Flying Does not evolve Black and White Landorus' "Incarnate Forme" is inspired by the Japanese Inari Ōkami, the Shinto God of agriculture and fertility. Its "Therian Forme" stems from the Four Symbols of Chinese myth, specifically the White Tiger. It is capable of transforming between forms via an item called the "Reveal Glass".[43][45]
Kyurem Kyurem[46] 646 Dragon Ice Does not evolve Black and White Capable of fusing with either Reshiram or Zekrom to become "White Kyurem" or "Black Kyurem", respectively.
Keldeo Keldeo[18] 647 Water Fighting Does not evolve Black and White Keldeo's design is inspired by d'Artagnan from The Three Musketeers.[44]
Meloetta Meloetta[18] 648 Normal Psychic Does not evolve Black and White "Aria Forme"
Normal Fighting "Pirouette Forme"
Genesect Genesect[18] 649 Bug Steel Does not evolve Black and White It was altered by Team Plasma after it was revived. It can appear from a Pokéball or Masterball in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

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.[1]
  2. ^ a b Prior to X and Y, Cottonee and Whimsicott were pure Grass-types.

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