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Encyclopedia > Basic Pokemon

Basic Pok mon are Pok mon that have not evolved. Most Basic Pok mon eventually do evolve, but some always stay in the one form. This is a list of all the Basic Pok mon in the franchise. They are ordered by their National Pok dex numbers.


Missingno. and 'M are unofficial glitch Pok mon. Because of this, even though 'M evolves into Kangaskhan, Kangaskhan is still considered a Basic Pok mon.

These Pok mon gained a pre-evolution in the Gold and Silver versions of the Pok mon games. From then on, they were Stage 1 Pok mon.

These Pok mon gained a pre-evolution in the Ruby and Sapphire versions of the Pok mon games. From then on, they were Stage 1 Pok mon.

See Also

  • Evolution (Pok mon)
  • List of Pok mon by stage
  • List of Stage 1 Pok mon
  • List of Stage 2 Pok mon

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The Pokemon City 2000 (1688 words)
Basic pokemon: The cards that fight in the game, Evolutions: The cards that are put on Basic pokemon to make them stronger, Trainers: Cards that cause certain effects in the game and then are discarded, and energy: Cards that are attached to pokemon to make them attack.
I the attack had a energy discard effect on the attacking pokemon (ex: Discard 1 (fire) energy attached to this pokemon in order to use this attack) and the coin flip is tails, that effect is also implied to the pokemon in addition to the 20 damage.
Basically, a trainer is played during your turn (with the exception of defender, according to its text), does what it says, and is added to your discard pile.
TCG Rules (1934 words)
You might have several Pokemon on the table at one time, but only one of them (called your "Active Pokemon") will be fighting for you at a time.
A Pokemon that is Asleep or Parylized can't retreat.
If a Pokemon is Asleep, Confused, or Paralyzed, and a new attack is made against it that causes it to become Asleep, Confused, or Paralyzed, the old condition is erased and only the new one counts.
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