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Pokemon Black and White Pokedex

by: Matthew Weber ; edited by: Michael Hartman ; updated: 5/25/2012 • Leave a comment

Bright Hub's Pokemon Black and White Pokedex provides a complete list of all 156 Pokemon available to collect in Pokemon Black Version and White Version.

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    Pokemon Black and White Pokedex

    Pokemon Black and White Logo   Pokemon Black Version and White Version are the primary titles in the 5th generation of Pokemon games, and they feature more new Pokemon than any other generation of the franchise thus far. There are 156 new critters to capture and train in total. Unlike past Pokemon titles, the new Pokemon are the only creatures you'll encounter in the Unova region until the Unova Pokedex has been completely filled out. Our Pokemon Black and White Pokedex lists all 156 Pokemon by their Unova Pokedex Number, Name, and Pokemon type.

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    Pokemon Black and White Pokedex - #000 to #064

    • Serperior   #000 Victini - Psychic/Fire
    • #001 Snivy - Grass
    • #002 Servine - Grass
    • #003 Serperior - Grass
    • #004 Tepig - Fire
    • #005 Pignite - Fire/Fighting
    • #006 Emboar - Fire/Fighting
    • #007 Oshawott - Water
    • #008 Dewott - Water
    • #009 Samurott - Water
    • #010 Patrat - Normal
    • #011 Watchog - Normal
    • #012 Lillipup - Normal
    • #013 Herdier - Normal
    • #014 Stoutland - Normal
    • #015 Purrloin - Dark
    • Liepard   #016 Liepard - Dark
    • #017 Pansage - Grass
    • #018 Simisage - Grass
    • #019 Pansear - Fire
    • #020 Simisear - Fire
    • #021 Panpour - Water
    • #022 Simipour - Water
    • #023 Munna - Psychic
    • #024 Musharna - Psychic
    • #025 Pidove - Normal/Flying
    • #026 Tranquill - Normal/Flying
    • #027 Unfezant - Normal/Flying
    • #028 Blitzle - Electric
    • #029 Zebstrika - Electric
    • #030 Roggenrola - Rock
    • #031 Boldore - Rock
    • #032 Gigalith - Rock
    • Audino   #033 Woobat - Psychic/Flying
    • #034 Swoobat - Psychic/Flying
    • #035 Drilbur - Ground
    • #036 Excadrill - Ground Steel
    • #037 Audino - Normal
    • #038 Timburr - Fighting
    • #039 Gurdurr - Fighting
    • #040 Conkeldurr - Fighting
    • #041 Tympole - Water
    • #042 Palpitoad - Water/Ground
    • #043 Seismitoad - Water/Ground
    • #044 Throh - Fighting
    • #045 Sawk - Fighting
    • #046 Sewaddle - Bug/Grass
    • #047 Swadloon - Bug/Grass
    • #048 Leavanny - Bug/Grass
    • #049 Venipede - Bug/Poison
    • #050 Whirlipede - Bug/PoisonScolipede  
    • #051 Scolipede - Bug/Poison
    • #052 Cottonee - Grass
    • #053 Whimsicott - Grass
    • #054 Petilil - Grass
    • #055 Lilligant - Grass
    • #056 Basculin - Water
    • #057 Sandile - Ground/Dark
    • #058 Krokorok - Ground/Dark
    • #059 Krookodile - Ground/Dark
    • #060 Darumaka - Fire
    • #061 Darmanitan - Fire
    • #062 Maractus - Grass
    • #063 Dwebble - Bug/Rock
    • #064 Crustle - Bug/Rock

    Check out Bright Hub's Pokemon Black and White Gym Guide, Part 1 for highly detailed walkthroughs of the Striaton, Nacrene, Castelia, Nimbasa, and Driftveil Gyms.

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    Unova Pokedex - #065 to #110

    • Yamask   #065 Scraggy - Dark/Fighting
    • #066 Scrafty - Dark/Fighting
    • #067 Sigilyph - Psychic/Flying
    • #068 Yamask - Ghost
    • #069 Cofagrigus - Ghost
    • #070 Tirtouga - Water/Rock
    • #071 Carracosta - Water/Rock
    • #072 Archen - Rock/Flying
    • #073 Archeops - Rock/Flying
    • #074 Trubbish - Poison
    • #075 Garbodor - Poison
    • #076 Zorua - Dark
    • #077 Zoroark - Dark
    • #078 Minccino - Normal
    • #079 Cinccino - Normal
    • #080 Gothita - Psychic
    • #081 Gothorita - Psychic
    • Vanilluxe   #082 Gothitelle - Psychic
    • #083 Solosis - Psychic
    • #084 Duosion - Psychic
    • #085 Reuniclus - Psychic
    • #086 Ducklett - Water/Flying
    • #087 Swanna - Water/Flying
    • #088 Vanillite - Ice
    • #089 Vanillish - Ice
    • #090 Vanilluxe - Ice
    • #091 Deerling - Normal/Grass
    • #092 Sawsbuck - Normal/Grass
    • #093 Emolga - Electric/Flying
    • #094 Karrablast - Bug
    • #095 Escavalier - Bug/Steel
    • #096 Foongus - Grass/Poison
    • #097 Amoonguss - Grass/Poison
    • #098 Frillish - Water/Ghost
    • #099 Jellicent - Water/Ghost
    • #100 Alomomola - WaterFerrothorn  
    • #101 Joltik - Bug/Electric
    • #102 Galvantula - Bug/Electric
    • #103 Ferroseed - Grass/Steel
    • #104 Ferrothorn - Grass/Steel
    • #105 Klink - Steel
    • #106 Klang - Steel
    • #107 Klinklang - Steel
    • #108 Tynamo - Electric
    • #109 Eelektrik - Electric
    • #110 Eelektross - Electric
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    Unova Pokedex - #111 to #155

    • Elgyem   #111 Elgyem - Psychic
    • #112 Beheeyem - Psychic
    • #113 Litwick - Ghost/Fire
    • #114 Lampent - Ghost/Fire
    • #115 Chandelure - Ghost/Fire
    • #116 Axew - Dragon
    • #117 Fraxure - Dragon
    • #118 Haxorus - Dragon
    • #119 Cubchoo - Ice
    • #120 Beartic - Ice
    • #121 Cryogonal - Ice
    • #122 Shelmet - Bug
    • #123 Accelgor - Bug
    • #124 Stunfisk - Ground/Electric
    • #125 Mienfoo - Fighting
    • #126 Mienshao - Fighting
    • #127 Druddigon - Dragon
    • #128 Golett - Ground/GhostCryogonal  
    • #129 Golurk - Ground/Ghost
    • #130 Pawniard - Dark/Steel
    • #131 Bisharp - Dark/Steel
    • #132 Bouffalant - Normal
    • #133 Rufflet - Normal/Flying
    • #134 Braviary - Normal/Flying
    • #135 Vullaby - Dark/Flying
    • #136 Mandibuzz - Dark/Flying
    • #137 Heatmor - Fire
    • #138 Durant - Bug/Steel
    • #139 Deino - Dark/Dragon
    • #140 Zweilous - Dark/Dragon
    • #141 Hydreigon - Dark/Dragon
    • #142 Larvesta - Bug/Fire
    • #143 Volcarona - Bug/Fire
    • #144 Cobalion - Steel/Fighting
    • #145 Terrakion - Rock/FightingBisharp  
    • #146 Virizion - Grass/Fighting
    • #147 Tornadus - Flying
    • #148 Thundurus - Electric/Flying
    • #149 Reshiram - Dragon/Fire
    • #150 Zekrom - Dragon/Electric
    • #151 Landorus - Ground/Flying
    • #152 Kyurem - Dragon/Ice
    • #153 Keldeo - Water/Fighting
    • #154 Meloetta - Normal/Psychic
    • #155 Genesect - Bug/Steel

    Check out Bright Hub's Pokemon Black and White Gym Guide, Part 1 for highly detailed walkthroughs of the Striaton, Nacrene, Castelia, Nimbasa, and Driftveil Gyms.

    All screenshots/references from Nintendo's Pokemon Black and White and author's own experience.

Pokemon Black and White Gameplay Guide

Bright Hub's Pokemon Black and White Gameplay Guide provides you with all the information you'll need to become a true Pokemon master. Our guide covers the Unova Pokedex, the available starter Pokemon, as well as the differences between Black Version and White Version.
  1. Pokemon Black and White Pokedex
  2. Starter Guide to Pokémon Black and White
  3. What is the Difference Between Pokémon Black and Pokémon White?

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