Pokémon GO Pokédex

Complete Pokémon GO PokéDex, groupped by every region that has been released in Pokémon GO to date. Click on one of the regions to access the list of Pokémon from that region.

  • Kanto

    Generation 1Kanto

    Kanto The Kanto region is where the Pokémon journey began for many fans. It's characterized by its mix of urban cities and natural landscapes. Kanto is home to the original 151 Pokémon and features the classic journey of battling eight Gym Leaders to earn the right to challenge the Elite Four and the Champion. Key locations include Pallet Town, where trainers receive their first Pokémon, and the Indigo Plateau, the site of the Pokémon League.Discover Pokémon from the Kanto region

  • Johto

    Generation 2Johto

    Johto Johto is west of Kanto and is known for its rich history and tradition, drawing inspiration from ancient Japan. It introduced 100 new Pokémon and features its own set of eight Gym Leaders, the Elite Four, and the Champion. Johto's journey is closely tied to the myths of the Legendary Pokémon Ho-Oh and Lugia. Key locations include Ecruteak City, with its historical sites, and the Whirl Islands.Discover Pokémon from the Johto region

  • Hoenn

    Generation 3Hoenn

    Hoenn Hoenn is characterized by its vast oceans and is known for introducing the concept of Pokémon Contests alongside traditional battles. It introduced 135 new Pokémon and is the setting for the Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald games. The region is notable for the conflict between Team Magma and Team Aqua, who seek to expand the landmass and ocean, respectively. Key locations include Littleroot Town, where trainers begin their journey, and Sootopolis City, built inside a crater of a massive volcano.Discover Pokémon from the Hoenn region

  • Sinnoh

    Generation 4Sinnoh

    Sinnoh Sinnoh is located north of Kanto and Johto and features a colder climate with mountainous terrain. It introduced 107 new Pokémon and includes the Battle Zone for post-game content. Sinnoh's lore revolves around the creation of the Pokémon universe and features the Legendary Pokémon Dialga and Palkia. Key locations include Twinleaf Town, where the journey begins, and Mount Coronet, splitting the region in half and playing a significant role in the region's mythology.Discover Pokémon from the Sinnoh region

  • Unova

    Generation 5Unova

    Unova Unova is inspired by New York City and is known for its urban environments and diverse ecosystems. It introduced 156 new Pokémon, the largest number since the original Kanto Pokémon. Unova is unique for its seasonal cycle and two sets of games with distinct storylines (Black & White and Black 2 & White 2). Key conflicts involve Team Plasma and their goal to liberate Pokémon from humans. Key locations include Nuvema Town, where trainers start their journey, and Castelia City, a sprawling urban landscape.Discover Pokémon from the Unova region

  • Kalos

    Generation 6Kalos

    Kalos Kalos is inspired by France and is known for its beauty and fashion, introducing the concept of Mega Evolution. It introduced 72 new Pokémon and features the iconic Prism Tower in Lumiose City. The region is characterized by its three distinct areas: Central, Coastal, and Mountain Kalos. The storyline involves Team Flare's plot to create a beautiful world for themselves by eliminating those they deem unworthy. Key locations include Vaniville Town, where trainers begin their journey, and the Pokémon League at the Kalos Pokémon League.Discover Pokémon from the Kalos region

  • Alola

    Generation 7Alola

    Alola Alola is inspired by the Hawaiian Islands and is unique for its Island Challenge, which replaces the traditional Gym system with trials. It introduced 81 new Pokémon and features regional variants of existing Pokémon. Alola's story involves the mysteries of the Legendary Pokémon Solgaleo and Lunala, as well as the Ultra Beasts from other dimensions. Key locations include Iki Town, where trainers start their Island Challenge, and the Aether Paradise, a research facility with a dark secret.Discover Pokémon from the Alola region

  • Galar

    Generation 8Galar

    Galar Galar is inspired by the United Kingdom and is known for introducing the Dynamax and Gigantamax phenomena, where Pokémon grow to giant sizes during battles. It introduced 81 new Pokémon and features a focus on Pokémon battles as a major spectator sport. The region's story involves the legend of the Darkest Day and the two Legendary Pokémon, Zacian and Zamazenta. Key locations include Postwick, where trainers receive their first Pokémon, and Wyndon, home to the massive stadium where the Champion Cup is held.Discover Pokémon from the Galar region

  • Paldea

    Generation 9Paldea

    Paldea The Paldea region is the expansive setting for the Pokémon Scarlet and Violet games, characterized by its wide-open landscapes and the introduction of the 'Terastal' phenomenon, where Pokémon gain gem-like appearances and enhanced powers. Paldea is inspired by the Iberian Peninsula and features a mix of urban areas, vast deserts, and lush forests. It introduces a new set of Pokémon and the concept of open-world exploration, allowing players to tackle Gym battles in any order. The region also emphasizes the themes of adventure and discovery, with the player attending a Pokémon school and encountering the mysterious Titans. Key locations include Mesagoza, the central city home to one of the Pokémon schools, and various biomes housing unique Pokémon and challenges.Discover Pokémon from the Paldea region