Pokemon Red & Blue Nuzlocke Checklist Guide

Pokemon Red & Blue Nuzlocke Checklist Guide

If you’re attempting a Pokemon Red & Blue Nuzlocke challenge, then you can keep track of the Pokemon you can catch with our helpful checklist.

Every Nuzlocke challenge follows two rules: 1) If a Pokemon faints, it’s considered dead and can no longer be used for the rest of the run, and 2) The trainer can only catch the first wild Pokemon they encounter in each area. As such, there are only a limited number of Pokemon available to the player, but there are lots of routes and fishing spots in towns, so you have access to more party members than you think.

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Route 1

Most Nuzlocke runs require the player to abandon their starter as soon as possible. Don’t worry too much about choosing between Pidgey and Rattata, as you’ll have plenty of chances to catch more of them in the future.

  • Pidgey (50%)
  • Rattata (50%)

Viridian City

You won’t receive a rod until later in the game, so don’t forget to come back if you need another Water-type Pokemon.

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good/Super Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod)
  • Tentacruel (50% Super Rod)

Route 2

Bug-type Pokemon make their first appearance on this route, but don’t worry about the low chance of encountering one, as you’ll be seeing more of them soon.

  • Caterpie (15% Blue)
  • Weedle (15% Red)
  • Pidgey (45%)
  • Rattata (40%)

Viridian Forest

If you’re extremely lucky, you will catch a Pikachu here, as it’s one of the few Electric-type Pokemon you can encounter in the wild. A Pikachu will make the Misty Gym battle a breeze, so long at doesn’t get KO’d by Brock.

  • Caterpie (5% Red/45% Blue)
  • Metapod (5% Red/40% Blue)
  • Weedle (45% Red/5% Blue)
  • Kakuna (40% Red/5% Blue)
  • Pikachu (5%)

Route 3

A Jigglypuff encounter will be your best bet here, especially as you’ll soon be in Mt. Moon, where you can find a Moon Stone that will evolve it into Wigglytuff.

  • Pidgey (45%)
  • Spearow (45%)
  • Jigglypuff (10%)

Route 4

This route has some of the first version exclusives in the game. Sandshrew is especially useful for Blue players, as it will make Lt. Surge a lot easier.

  • Rattata (40%)
  • Spearow (35%)
  • Ekans (25% Red)
  • Sandshrew (25% Blue)

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/33% Super Rod)
  • Psyduck (33% Super Rod)
  • Krabby (33% Super Rod)

Mt. Moon

Chances are, you’re going to catch a Zubat. They’re everywhere in Mt. Moon, so make peace with the fact that a dumb bat is probably going to be on your team. They can make a decent addition when they involve into Golbat.

1st Floor

  • Clefairy (1%)
  • Zubat (79%)
  • Paras (5%)
  • Geodude (15%)

Basement 1st Floor

  • Clefairy (4%)
  • Zubat (60%)
  • Paras (10%)
  • Geodude (26%)

Basement 2nd Floor

  • Clefairy (6%)
  • Zubat (49%)
  • Paras (15%)
  • Geodude (30%)

Cerulean City

Misty presents a tough roadblock for Nuzlocke players, due to the lack of Grass-type Pokemon available up until this point. It’s best to grind before coming here, as her Starmie can be difficult under the best of circumstances.

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/33% Super Rod)
  • Psyduck (33% Super Rod)
  • Krabby (33% Super Rod)

Route 5

A Meowth is especially useful during this run, as it can learn Pay Day, which will ensure that the player always has access to cash for Poke Balls.

  • Pidgey (40%)
  • Oddish (35% Red)
  • Meowth (25% Blue)
  • Mankey (25% Red)
  • Bellsprout (35% Blue)

Route 6

These routes will give you a chance to catch one of the exclusive Grass-type Pokemon (Oddish in Red, Bellsprout in Blue). Both are decent choices for the early stages of the game, but you’ll need a Leaf Stone to fully evolve them.

  • Pidgey (40%)
  • Oddish (35% Red)
  • Meowth (25% Blue)
  • Mankey (25% Red)
  • Bellsprout (35% Blue)

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/100% Super Rod)
  • Shellder (50% Super Rod)
  • Krabby (50% Super Rod)

Vermillion City

The Gym battle against Lt. Surge will be easy if you have a Ground-type Pokemon, as it will be immune to his team. If you only have Flying-type or Water-type Pokemon, then you’re in trouble.

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod)
  • Shellder (50% Super Rod)
  • Krabby (50% Super Rod)

Route 7

This route has a slim chance of spawning a version exclusive Fire-type Pokemon (Growlithe in Red, Vulpix in Blue). There are barely any Fire-types in this generation, so train one if you catch it.

  • Rattata (30%)
  • Vulpix (10% Blue)
  • Oddish (30% Red)
  • Meowth (30% Blue)
  • Mankey (30% Red)
  • Growlithe (10% Red)
  • Bellsprout (30% Blue)

Celadon City

Erika runs the Grass-type Gym, which means she will easily fall to Fire-type moves. Those can be hard to come by, but she’ll also be defeated by Bug-type and Flying-type moves.

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod)
  • Poliwhirl (50% Super Rod)
  • Slowpoke (50% Super Rod)

Route 8

This route offers a better chance of acquiring a Fire-type exclusive than Route 7, so make sure to visit it.

  • Pidgey (35%)
  • Ekans (20% Red)
  • Sandshrew (20% Blue)
  • Vulpix (20% Blue)
  • Meowth (25% Blue)
  • Mankey (25% Red)
  • Growlithe (20% Red)

Route 9

This route contains the Teleport TM, which is an extremely useful utility move outside of battle, as it eliminates the need for Escape Ropes.

  • Rattata (40%)
  • Spearow (35%)
  • Ekans (25% Red)
  • Sandshrew (25% Blue)

Route 10

This route has a high spawn rate for Voltorb, which could be your best bet for an Electric-type Pokemon during the early stages of the game.

  • Spearow (30%)
  • Ekans (25% Red)
  • Sandshrew (25% Blue)
  • Voltorb (45%)

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod)
  • Poliwhirl (50% Super Rod)
  • Slowpoke (50% Super Rod)

Rock Tunnel

There is a good chance that you’ll be stuck with Zubat here, but Geodude makes a good partner when training up new members of the team, as it can soak up a lot of damage when facing wild Pokemon.

1st Floor

  • Zubat (55%)
  • Geodude (25%)
  • Machop (15%)
  • Onix (5%)

Basement 1st Floor

  • Zubat (50%)
  • Machop (15%)
  • Geodude (26%)
  • Onix (9%)

Pokemon Tower

Gen 1 only had one Ghost-type line. Fortunately, you have a high chance of catching one of them, as Gastly has a 90% chance of spawning on the third floor of the Pokemon Tower. This is an excellent Pokemon and it’s well worth adding to your team.

3rd Floor

  • Gastly (90%)
  • Haunter (1%)
  • Cubone (9%)

4th Floor

  • Gastly (86%)
  • Haunter (5%)
  • Cubone (9%)

5th Floor

  • Gastly (86%)
  • Haunter (5%)
  • Cubone (9%)

6th Floor

  • Gastly (85%)
  • Haunter (6%)
  • Cubone (9%)

7th Floor

  • Gastly (75%)
  • Haunter (15%)
  • Cubone (10%)

Route 11

Drowzee would make for a great addition to your team, as there are few Psychic-types in Gen 1. This is especially true if you missed out on Abra.

  • Spearow (35%)
  • Ekans (40% Red)
  • Sandshrew (40% Blue)
  • Drowzee (25%)

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod)
  • Shellder (50% Super Rod)
  • Krabby (50% Super Rod)

Diglett’s Cave

You’re guaranteed to receive one of the Diglett line here, ensuring that you have a Ground-type Pokemon for your line-up. It’s a decent line, and it’s helpful to keep around for Electric-type trainers.

  • Diglett (95%)
  • Dugtrio (5%)

Route 12

You can acquire the Super Rod on this route. This will ensure that you have lots of chances to catch Water-type Pokemon in cities, giving you plenty of opportunities to fill out your roster, if any of your team members die.

  • Pidgey (35%)
  • Oddish (40% Red)
  • Gloom (5% Red)
  • Venonat (20%)
  • Bellsprout (40% Blue)
  • Weepinbell (5% Blue)

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Tentacool (25%  Super Rod)
  • Krabby (25% Super Rod)

Route 13

This route has a rare chance of spawning a Ditto, but don’t lose any sleep if you miss one. Ditto are terrible in Gen 1, as Transform takes a turn to use, and they don’t have access to the Imposter Ability.

  • Pidgey (30%)
  • Oddish (40% Red)
  • Gloom (5% Red)
  • Venonat (20%)
  • Bellsprout (40% Blue)
  • Weepinbell (5% Blue)
  • Ditto (5%)

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Tentacool (25% Super Rod)
  • Krabby (25% Super Rod)

Power Plant

You’re guaranteed to receive an Electric-type Pokemon in the Power Plant, and all are great choices for your team. Finding a Raichu would be extremely lucky, as you won’t have to use a Thunder Stone.

  • Pikachu (25%)
  • Raichu (5%)
  • Magnemite (25%)
  • Magneton (10%)
  • Voltorb (35%)
  • Electabuzz (5%)

Route 14

All of these chances to catch a Pidgey might be annoying, but it’s worth keeping one to hand, so it can be used as an HM slave for Fly.

  • Pidgey (15%)
  • Pidgeotto (5%)
  • Oddish (40% Red)
  • Gloom (5% Red)
  • Venonat (20%)
  • Bellsprout (40% Blue)
  • Weepinbell (5% Blue)
  • Ditto (15%)

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod)

Route 15

This is the area that contains the EXP All item, which is a godsend for Nuzlocke runs, as it will allow you to spread experience points among the party without needing to swap anyone out.

  • Pidgey (15%)
  • Pidgeotto (5%)
  • Oddish (40% Red)
  • Gloom (5% Red)
  • Venonat (20%)
  • Bellsprout (40% Blue)
  • Weepinbell (5% Blue)
  • Ditto (15%)

Route 16

This is one of the routes that contains a Snorlax. It’s up to you whether the main quest Pokemon count as candidates for a Nuzlocke team. Even if it doesn’t, you better prepare for a tough battle, as Snorlax is no slouch.

  • Rattata (30%)
  • Raticate (5%)
  • Spearow (40%)
  • Doduo (25%)

Route 17

This route can only be accessed with a bicycle, so make sure you have acquired one before visiting this area.

  • Raticate (30%)
  • Spearow (40%)
  • Fearow (5%)
  • Doduo (25%)

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Tentacool (25% Super Rod)
  • Krabby (25% Super Rod)

Route 18

If you allow the use of in-game trades, then this is the area where you can acquire Lickitung, but you need to trade a Slowbro for it.

  • Raticate (20%)
  • Spearow (40%)
  • Fearow (15%)
  • Doduo (25%)

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Tentacool (25% Super Rod)
  • Krabby (25% Super Rod)

Fuchsia City

Koga is a nightmare to fight under the best of circumstances. Bring as many Antidotes as you can into this battle, as he will attempt to wear your team down with poison damage.

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Krabby (25% Super Rod)
  • Seaking (25% Super Rod)

Route 19

You’re guaranteed to encounter a Tentacool on this route. It’s worth evolving into Tentacruel, as it has decent stats and the powerful Water/Poison-type combination.

Surfing

  • Tentacool (100%)

Fishing 

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Shellder (25% Super Rod)
  • Horsea (25% Super Rod)
  • Staryu (25% Super Rod)

Route 20

Don’t be afraid to catch multiples of the same Pokemon (unless the rules don’t allow it), as it helps to have replacements for dead team members.

Surfing

  • Tentacool (100%)

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Shellder (25% Super Rod)
  • Horsea (25% Super Rod)
  • Staryu (25% Super Rod)

Seafoam Islands

Now we’re talking! The Seafoam Islands has a great spread of Water-type Pokemon. Just pray that you don’t catch another Zubat. Seel and Slowpoke are especially good Pokemon to encounter here.

1st Floor

  • Zubat (10%)
  • Golbat (5%)
  • Psyduck (5% Red/20% Blue)
  • Golduck (1% Red)
  • Slowpoke (20% Red/ 5% Blue)
  • Slowbro (1% Blue)
  • Seel (20%)
  • Shellder (19% Red)
  • Krabby (20% Blue)
  • Horsea (20% Red)
  • Staryu (20% Blue)

Basement 1st Floor

  • Psyduck (15% Blue)
  • Slowpoke (15% Red)
  • Seel (15%)
  • Dewgong (4%)
  • Shellder (15% Red/20% Blue)
  • Krabby (30% Blue)
  • Kingler (1% Blue)
  • Horsea (30% Red)
  • Seadra (1% Red)
  • Staryu (20% Red
  • Staryu (15% Blue)

Basement 2nd Floor

  • Golbat (4%)
  • Psyduck (30% Blue)
  • Golduck (1% Red)
  • Slowpoke (30% Red)
  • Slowbro (1% Blue)
  • Seel (35%)
  • Shellder (5% Red/10% Blue)
  • Krabby (15% Blue)
  • Horsea (15% Red)
  • Staryu (10% Red/5% Blue)

Basement 3rd Floor

  • Psyduck (35% Blue)
  • Slowpoke (35% Red)
  • Seel (30%)
  • Dewgong (1%)
  • Shellder (15% Red)
  • Krabby (15% Blue)
  • Kingler (4% Blue)
  • Horsea (15% Red)
  • Seadra (4% Red)
  • Staryu (15% Blue)

B3 Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Shellder (25% Super Rod)
  • Horsea (25% Super Rod)
  • Staryu (25% Super Rod)

Basement 4th Floor

  • Golbat (1%)
  • Psyduck (15% Blue)
  • Golduck (4% Blue)
  • Slowpoke (15% Red)
  • Slowbro (4% Red)
  • Seel (15%)
  • Shellder (30% Red)
  • Krabby (35% Blue)
  • Horsea (35% Red)
  • Staryu (30% Blue)

B4 Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Shellder (25% Super Rod)
  • Horsea (25% Super Rod)
  • Staryu (25% Super Rod)

Cinnabar Island

This is where you will encounter Blaine, who uses Fire-type Pokemon. You’ve had a million chances to catch a Water-type Pokemon on the run so far, so you should be well equipped for taking Blaine down.

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Shellder (25% Super Rod)
  • Horsea (25% Super Rod)
  • Staryu (25% Super Rod)

Pokemon Mansion

The Pokemon Mansion has some great picks, as it gives you a high chance of catching Pokemon that are tricky to meet elsewhere, like Ponyta. This is one of the few areas where you can avoid meeting a ‘Dex filler Pokemon.

1st Floor

  • Vulpix (10% Blue)
  • Growlithe (10% Red)
  • Ponyta (40%)
  • Grimer (5% Red/40% Blue)
  • Muk (1% Red/4% Blue)
  • Koffing (40% Red/5% Blue)
  • Weezing (4% Red/1% Blue)

2nd Floor

  • Vulpix (25% Blue)
  • Growlithe (25% Red)
  • Ponyta (25%)
  • Grimer (5% Red/40% Blue)
  • Muk (1% Red/4% Blue)
  • Koffing (40% Red/5% Blue)
  • Weezing (4% Red/1% Blue)

3rd Floor

  • Vulpix (15% Blue)
  • Growlithe (15% Red)
  • Ponyta (24% Red/14% Blue)
  • Grimer (5% Red/40% Blue)
  • Muk (1% Red/15% Blue)
  • Koffing (40% Red/5% Blue)
  • Weezing (15% Red/1% Blue)
  • Magmar (Blue 10%)

Basement 1st Floor

  • Vulpix (15% Blue)
  • Growlithe (15% Red)
  • Ponyta (15%)
  • Grimer (5% Red/50% Blue)
  • Muk (1% Red/10% Blue)
  • Koffing (50% Red/5% Blue)
  • Weezing (14% Red/1% Blue)
  • Magmar (4% Blue)

Route 21

This route connects Pallet Town to Cinnabar Island. You can visit it as soon as you have Surf, if you want a shot at catching a rare Tangela, or want even more Tentacool.

  • Pidgey (25%)
  • Pidgeotto (15%)
  • Rattata (35%)
  • Raticate (15%)
  • Tangela (10%)

Surfing 

  • Tentacool (100%)

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/25% Super Rod)
  • Shellder (25% Super Rod)
  • Horsea (25% Super Rod)
  • Staryu (25% Super Rod)

Route 22

You can visit this route early in the game and it’s incredibly useful for challenging Brock. The Nidoran line can learn Fighting-type moves, which will make the battle against Brock’s team a lot easier.

  • Rattata (45%)
  • Spearow (10%)
  • Nidoran/Female (5% Red/40% Blue)
  • Nidoran/Male (40% Red/5% Blue)

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/50% Super Rod)

Route 23

You won’t get far on this route until you have Gym Badges, so you won’t have a chance to catch any Pokemon until the end of the game.

  • Spearow (15%)
  • Fearow (25%)
  • Ekans (25% Red)
  • Arbok (5% Red)
  • Sandshrew (25%)
  • Sandslash (5%)
  • Ditto (30%)

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod)
  • Slowbro (25%)
  • Kingler (25%)
  • Seadra (25%)
  • Seaking (25%)

Victory Road

You’ve reached the final stretch of the game, but Victory Road doesn’t have much to offer in terms of interesting Pokemon unless you’re lucky enough to encounter a Marowak.

1st Floor

  • Zubat (15%)
  • Golbat (5%)
  • Machop (25%)
  • Machoke (4%)
  • Geodude (15%)
  • Graveler (5%)
  • Onix (30%)
  • Marowak (1%)

2nd Floor

  • Zubat (15%)
  • Golbat (5%)
  • Machop (25%)
  • Machoke (5%)
  • Geodude (15%)
  • Graveler (1%)
  • Onix (30%)
  • Marowak (4%)

3rd Floor

  • Zubat (15%)
  • Golbat (5%)
  • Venomoth (10%)
  • Machop (25%)
  • Machoke (5%)
  • Geodude (15%)
  • Graveler (5%)
  • Onix (20%)

Route 24

This is one of two areas in the game where you can catch Abra. Even if you’re lucky enough to meet one, it will try and run away with Teleport. If you catch an Abra, then you’re chances of finishing the run will drastically increase, as Kadabra is one of the best Pokemon in the game. Psychic-types were OP in Pokemon Red & Blue, and Kadabra will annihilate most foes you face.

  • Caterpie (20% Blue)
  • Metapod (20% Blue)
  • Weedle (20% Red)
  • Kakuna (20% Red)
  • Pidgey (20%)
  • Oddish (25% Red)
  • Abra (15%)
  • Bellsprout (25%)

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/33% Super Rod)
  • Psyduck (33%)
  • Krabby (33%)

Route 25

This is your second shot at catching Abra. Good luck!

  • Caterpie (1% Red/20% Blue)
  • Metapod (4% Red/20% Blue)
  • Weedle (20% Red/1% Blue)
  • Kakuna (20% Red/4% Blue)
  • Pidgey (15%)
  • Oddish (25% Red)
  • Abra (15%)
  • Bellsprout (25% Blue)

Fishing

  • Magikarp (100% Old Rod)
  • Poliwag (50% Good Rod)
  • Goldeen (50% Good Rod/33% Super Rod)
  • Psyduck (33%)
  • Krabby (33%)

The Safari Zone

The Safari Zone is infuriating for Nuzlocke runs, as it contains so many rare Pokemon, and they’re all a nightmare to catch. There are lots of Pokemon that only appear in the Safari Zone, so pray to the RNG gods for luck before venturing forth.

The Safari Zone fishing rates are mostly the same as the regular routes, except for a few exceptions mentioned below.

Hub Area

  • Nidoran/Male (25% Blue)
  • Nidorina (5% Red/10% Blue)
  • Nidoran/Female (25% Red)
  • Nidorino (10% Red/5% Blue)
  • Parasect (5%)
  • Venonat (15%)
  • Exeggcute (20%)
  • Rhyhorn (15%)
  • Chansey (1%)
  • Scyther (4% Red)
  • Pinsir (4% Blue)

Fishing

  • Dratini (25%)

Center Area East

  • Nidoran/Male (5% Red/25% Blue)
  • Nidorina (10% Blue)
  • Nidoran/Female (25% Red/5% Blue)
  • Nidorino (10% Red)
  • Paras (15%)
  • Parasect (5%)
  • Doduo (15%)
  • Exeggcute (20%)
  • Kangaskhan (4%)
  • Scyther (1% Red)
  • Pinsir (1% Blue)

Fishing

  • Dratini (25%)

Area 2

  • Nidoran/Male (25% Blue)
  • Nidorina (5% Red/10% Blue)
  • Nidoran/Female (25% Red)
  • Nidorino (10% Red/5% Blue)
  • Paras (15%)
  • Parasect (5%)
  • Venomoth (5%)
  • Exeggcute (20%)
  • Rhyhorn (15%)
  • Chansey (4%)
  • Tauros (1%)

Fishing

  • Dratini (25%)

Area 3 

  • Nidoran/Male (5% Red/25% Blue)
  • Nidorina (10% Blue)
  • Nidoran/Female (25% Red/5% Blue)
  • Nidorino (10% Red)
  • Venonat (15%)
  • Venomoth (5%)
  • Exeggcute (20%)
  • Doduo (15%)
  • Kangaskhan (1%)
  • Tauros (4%)

Fishing

  • Dratini (25%)

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Source: Bulbapedia

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