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Pok�mon Go - Gen 1 Pok�mon list: Every Pok�mon from Red, Blue, Green and Yellow's Kanto region

Gen 1 encompasses the original 151 Pokémon which can all be caught in Pokémon Go.

All of the Gen 1 Pokémon hail from the Kanto region, which was the first region Pokémon fans ever visited in the Pokémon universe through Pokémon Red, Blue, Green and Yellow. Amongst its rank you can find a number of famous Pokémon, such as Eevee, Mewtwo, Ditto, Mew and, never to be forgotten, Pikachu.

The majority of Gen 1 was released on the same day as Pokémon Go itself, with Gen 2, Gen 3, Gen 4, Gen 5, Gen 6 and Gen 8 all arriving in the following years.

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The history of Gen 1 Pokémon in Pokémon Go

Gen 1 was, of course, the first Pokémon generation to be released in Pokémon Go. Though, on the game's day of release, July 6th 2016, only 145 of the full 151 Gen 1 Pokémon were available in Pokémon Go.

This number would soon increase to 146 with the release of Ditto on November 23rd 2016, but players would have to wait nearly eight full months till the next Gen 1 release. It was definitely worth the wait, however, because, on July 22nd 2017, Articuno and Lugia, from Gen 2, became the first legendary Pokémon in Pokémon Go.

Moltres, Zapdos and Mewtwo soon followed, being released throughout July and August of 2016, leaving one final, very mythical, slot in the Gen 1 Pokédex still uncompleted.


Trainers were finally able to fully complete the Gen 1 Pokédex on March 30th 2018 when the research task mechanic was released. This included the arrival of the first special research questline - A Mythical Discovery - which allows you to catch Mew.

It took nearly two full years for the entry of Gen 1 to be available in Pokémon Go and, interestingly, during this time we also saw the release of Gen 2 and Gen 3.


Over the years we've seen a number of changes affect Gen 1, from the introduction of shiny Pokémon to the varying forms Ditto can take, and this includes alterations to their evolution methods.

Eevee, for example, only had access to its three original eeveelutions - Vaporeon, Jolteon and Flareon. Without the use of the Eevee naming trick, your Eevee would randomly evolve into one of these three Pokémon, which made adding their entries to your Pokédex rather complicated.

Compared to 2016, obtaining these three Pokémon via random chance does require extra caution, because, now, all eight eeveelutions are available. This means you must ensure you haven't accidently fulfilled one of the requirements for evolving Evee into a specific eeveevolution, such as walking 10km during the day with Eevee as your buddy for Espeon, before evolving it.


Eevee, however, isn't the only Gen 1 Pokémon to have its evolution method affected by game updates.

The incorporation of trade evolutions in Pokémon Go changed how you can obtain an Alakazam, Machamp, Golem and Gengar by reducing the candy requirement of their stage two evolution, such as Haunter, to zero if you'd received the Pokémon from another player. This reflects how, in the main series, you can traditionally only trigger these evolutions by trading the stage two Pokémon with another player.

The introduction of baby Pokémon also means that you can obtain certain Pokémon by evolving their baby form, such as evolving Pichu into Pikachu or Smoochum into Jynx.


Finally, a number of Pokémon had the candy requirements for their evolutions changed. The amount of candy you need to evolve a Rhyhorn into Rhydon, for example, went from 50 Candies to 25.

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Pokémon Go Gen 1 list

There are 151 Pokémon in Gen 1, with this number containing four legendries and one mythical Pokémon.

It's important to note that Farfetch'd, Kangaskhan, Mr. Mime and Tauros are all regionally exclusive Pokémon and only appear outside of their specific locations during certain in-game events like the annual Go Fest.

Below you can find the complete list of Gen 1 Pokémon, along with the amount of candy required for their evolutions:

Have fun completing the Kanto Pokédex!

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List of Pokémon by Kanto Pokédex number

Kdex redirects here. For the Kalos Pokédex, see List of Pokémon by Kalos Pokédex number.

Kantoregion's Pokédex (Generation VII)
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This is a list of Pokémon in the order dictated by the Kantoregional Pokédex, meaning that the starter Pokémon from Kanto will appear first, followed by Pokémon native to the Kanto region.

This Pokédex, which was introduced in Generation I, is the first regional Pokédex. The numbering in this Pokédex would serve as the basis for the official listing of all Pokémon introduced, with subsequent generations' Pokémon being added on to the end, with the name of "Old Pokédex" in Generation II and then the "National Pokédex" ever since, starting with Generation III. For more info on this expanded number listing see this list.

Changes between generations

Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen

With the introduction of Steel-type in Generation II, Magnemite and Magneton had their types changed from being pure Electric-type to Electric/Steel-types. This change was reflected in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.

Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

With the introduction of Fairy-type in Generation VI, Clefairy, Clefable, Jigglypuff, Wigglytuff, and Mr. Mime had their types changed from pure Normal-type (Clefairy, Clefable, Jigglypuff, and Wigglytuff) and pure Psychic-types (Mr. Mime) to pure Fairy, Normal/Fairy, and Psychic/Fairy respectively. This change was reflected in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!.

Additionally, Meltan and Melmetal were added to the Pokédex, expanding the total to 153 Pokémon. Alolan forms were also added to the Pokédex but are counted as forms of the original Kanto versions rather than a separate entry.

  • Kanto region's Pokédex (Generation I)

  • Kanto region's Pokédex (Generation III)

List of Pokémon by Kanto Pokédex number

Red, Blue, Yellow, FireRed, and LeafGreen edition

#001 - #051 Bulbasaur - Dugtrio

#052 - #101 Meowth - Electrode

#102 - #151 Exeggcute - Mew

Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! expansion

Alolan Forms

#152 - #153 Meltan - Melmetal

In the spin-off games

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Pokemon Go Pokedex: Every Pokemon available and how to evolve them

After more than four years, the Pokemon Go Pokedex is more than halfway complete. Almost all of Gen 5 is now in Pokemon Go, meaning there's just three generations to go until the mobile hit catches up with the main franchise — although we'd expect Gen 9 to be released before it does catch up. Either way, with almost 700 Pokemon to catch, read on for the complete Pokemon Go Pokedex so you can check what you're missing.

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Here's the full Pokemon Go Pokedex as it stands now with the arrival of the Gen 4 Sinnoh Pokemon, starting with the Kanto Pokemon in Gen 1. If you want to check out Gen 2, 3, 4, or 5, use the handy jump links below:

Pokemon Go Pokedex Gen 1 - Kanto Pokemon

1. Bulbasaur (25 candy to evolve)

2. Ivysaur (100 candy to evolve)

3. Venusaur

4. Charmander (25 candy to evolve)

5. Charmeleon (100 candy to evolve)

6. Charizard

7. Squirtle (25 candy to evolve)

8. Wartortle (100 candy to evolve)

9. Blastoise 

10. Caterpie (12 candy to evolve)

11. Metapod (50 candy to evolve)

12. Butterfree

13. Weedle (12 candy to evolve)

14. Kakuna (50 candy to evolve)

15. Beedrill

16. Pidgey (12 candy to evolve)

17. Pidgeotto (50 candy to evolve)

18. Pidgeot

19a. Rattata (25 candy to evolve)

19b. Alolan Rattata (25 candy to evolve)

20a. Raticate

20b. Alolan Raticate

21. Spearow (50 candy to evolve)

22. Fearow

23. Ekans (50 candy to evolve)

24. Arbok

25. Pikachu (50 candy to evolve)

26a. Raichu 

26b. Alolan Raichu

27a. Sandshrew (50 candy to evolve)

27b. Alolan Sandshrew (50 candy to evolve)

28a. Sandslash

28b. Alolan Sandslash

29. Nidoran female (25 candy to evolve)

30. Nidorina (100 candy to evolve)

31. Nidoqueen

32. Nidoran male (25 candy to evolve)

33. Nidorino (100 candy to evolve)

34. Nikoking

35. Clefairy (50 candy to evolve)

36. Clefable

37a. Vulpix (50 candy to evolve)

37b. Alolan Vulpix (50 candy to evolve)

38a. Ninetales

38b. Alolan Ninetails

39. Jigglypuff (50 candy to evolve)

40. Wigglytuff

41. Zubat (50 candy to evolve)

42. Golbat

43. Oddish (25 candy to evolve)

44. Gloom (100 candy to evolve)

45. Vileplume

46. Paras (50 candy to evolve)

47. Parasect

48. Venonat (50 candy to evolve)

49. Venomoth

50a. Diglett (50 candy to evolve)

50b. Alolan Diglett (50 candy to evolve)

51a. Dugtrio

51b. Alolan Dugtrio

52a. Meowth (50 candy to evolve)

52b. Alolan Meowth (50 candy to evolve)

53a. Persian 

53b. Alolan Persian

54. Psyduck (50 candy to evolve)

55. Golduck

56. Mankey (50 candy to evolve)

57. Primeape

58. Growlithe (50 candy to evolve)

59. Arcanine

60. Poliwag (25 candy to evolve)

61. Poliwhirl (100 candy to evolve)

62. Poliwrath

63. Abra (25 candy to evolve)

64. Kadabra (100 candy to evolve)

65. Alakazam

66. Machop (25 candy to evolve)

67. Machoke (100 candy to evolve)

68. Machamp

69. Bellsprout (25 candy to evolve)

70. Weepinbell (100 candy to evolve)

71. Victreebel

72. Tentacool (50 candy to evolve)

73. Tentacruel

74. Geodude (25 candy to evolve)

75. Graveler (100 candy to evolve)

76. Golem

77. Ponyta (50 candy to evolve)

78. Rapidash

79. Slowpoke (50 candy to evolve)

80. Slowbro

81. Magnemite (50 candy to evolve)

82. Magneton

83. Farfetch'd

84. Doduo (50 candy to evolve)

85. Dodrio

86. Seel (50 candy to evolve)

87. Dewgong

88. Grimer (50 candy to evolve)

89. Muk

90. Shellder (50 candy to evolve)

91. Cloyster

92. Gastly (25 candy to evolve)

93. Haunter (100 candy to evolve)

94. Gengar

95. Onix

96. Drowzee (50 candy to evolve)

97. Hypno

98. Krabby (50 candy to evolve)

99. Kingler

100. Voltorb (50 candy to evolve)

101. Electrode

102. Eggecute (50 candy to evolve)

103. Exeggutor

104. Cubone (50 candy to evolve)

105. Marowak

106. Hitmonlee

107. Hitmonchan

108. Lickitung

109. Koffing (50 candy to evolve)

110. Weezing 

111. Rhyhorn (50 candy to evolve)

112. Rhydon

113. Chansey

114. Tangela

115. Kangaskhan

116. Horsea (50 candy to evolve)

117. Seadra

118. Goldeen (50 candy to evolve)

119. Seaking

120. Staryu (50 candy to evolve)

121. Starmie

122. Mr. Mime

123. Scyther

124. Jynx

125. Electabuzz

126. Magma

127. Pinsir

128. Tauros

129. Magikarp (400 candy to evolve)

130. Gyarados

131. Lapras

132. Ditto

133. Eevee (25 candy to evolve)

134. Vaporeon

135. Jolteon

136. Flareon

137. Porygon

138. Omanyte (50 candy to evolve)

139. Omastar

140. Kabuto (50 candy to evolve)

141. Kabutops

142. Aerodactyl

143. Snorlax

144. Articuno

145. Zapdos

146. Moltres

147. Dratini (25 candy to evolve)

148. Dragonair (100 candy to evolve)

149. Dragonite

150. Mewtwo

151. Mew

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All 151 Gen 1 Kanto Pokemon in Pokemon GO

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