The Wikibooks Pokédex is an index to the individual Pokémon articles in the Wikibooks Pokémon Guide. In each Pokémon entry you will find various data and strategies for each Pokémon in each game.
The following abbreviations are used:
- RB - Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue
- Y - Pokémon Yellow
- GS - Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver
- C - Pokémon Crystal
- RS - Pokémon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire
- FL - Pokémon FireRed and Pokémon LeafGreen
- E - Pokémon Emerald
Reading an EntryEdit
Each entry contains information pertaining to that specific Pokémon:
- Basic Statistics
- Basic information about the Pokémon. This section contains the following data:
- National Index - The Pokédex index number according to the National Pokédex.
- Johto Index - The Pokédex index number according to the Johto Pokédex.
- Hoenn Index - The Pokédex index number according to the Hoenn Pokédex.
- Sinnoh Index - The Pokédex index number according to the Sinnoh Pokédex.
- Hisui Index - The Pokédex index number according to the Hisui Pokédex.
- Unova Index - The Pokédex index number according to the Unova Pokédex.
- Kalos Index - The Pokédex index number according to the Kalos Pokédex.
- Kanto Index - The Pokédex index number according to the Kanto Pokédex.
- Alola Index - The Pokédex index number according to the Alola Pokédex.
- Galar Index - The Pokédex index number according to the Galar Pokédex.
- Paldea Index - The Pokédex index number according to the Paldea Pokédex.
- Stage - The stage of evolution of the Pokémon.
- Height - The height of the Pokémon.
- Weight - The weight of the Pokémon.
- Gender Distribution - The relative frequency of encountering a Pokémon of a specific gender.
- Ability - The Pokémon's ability.
- Type - The types of the Pokémon.
- Species - The species of the Pokémon.
- Egg group: - The Pokémon's egg groups. For more on egg groups, consult Pokémon/Breeding Basics.
- Hatch steps - The number of steps required to hatch a Pokémon egg. For more on hatch steps, consult Pokémon/Breeding Basics.
- Catch rate - The relative difficulty of catching a Pokémon.
- Base Experience - The base amount of points used in determining the amount of experience gained from defeating a Pokémon.
- Max Experience - The amount of experience points needed to reach level 100.
- Base/Max Stats - The base and max stats for the Pokémon. Max stats are based on having the highest possible individual values and effort points. In the third generation of games, max stats are also based on having a beneficial personality trait to the statistic.
- Effort Points - The amount of effort points gained from defeating this Pokémon (third generation and later).
- Type Matching
- The type affinities (weaknesses and resistances) for the Pokémon in the various RPGs.
- The move list for the Pokémon in the various RPGs. This section is further subdivided to moves obtained by levelling, TM/HM, and breeding. If a Pokémon cannot learn any moves from a particular method, the entire section for that method is skipped.
- Levelling - These are moves that are obtained as a Pokémon gains experience and levels. At a certain level, the Pokémon will learn the indicated move for that level for that game. If a level is not shown, the Pokémon does not learn any attacks at that level. If a level is shown but has a dash in it, the Pokémon does not learn any attacks at that level for that specific game.
- TM/HM - These are moves that a Pokémon can obtained through the use of a Technical Machine or a Hidden Machine.
- Breeding - These are moves that a Pokémon can obtain through the course of breeding. The mechanics of Pokémon breeding are covered in Pokémon/Breeding Basics. Note that because of the mechanics behind breeding, it is impossible for a Pokémon to learn certain combinations of moves. For example, it is impossible for a Skarmory to have both Whirlwind and Drill Peck, although both moves will be in this section.
- Evolution - These are moves that a Pokémon can only obtain from having evolved from another Pokémon that can obtain such a move. These moves cannot be otherwise obtained. For example, Marill will have Sing in this section, as it can only learn such a move from having evolved from an Azurill - it cannot be bred onto Marill directly. For most evolved Pokémon, moves learned from breeding will be in this section, as (with the exception of Marill) evolved Pokémon are not hatched from eggs.
- Other Sources - These are moves that a Pokémon can obtain through certain other methods, most notably from being able to learn a move after unlocking a secret in the Pokémon Stadium series of games, or being given a Pokémon with these moves (which cannot be obtained by other means). However, this does not include moves that are obtained from various Pokémon promotions. For example, Psyduck will have Amnesia in this section, as it can only learn such a move from Pokémon Stadium.
- How To Obtain
- How to obtain this Pokémon in a particular game, apart from trading in the RPGs.
- Trading Cards
- The list of trading cards in the Pokémon Trading Card Game the Pokémon is found in, and a detailed description of the card.
Contributing to the Wikibooks PokédexEdit
As Wikibooks Pokédex is part of the Wikibooks Pokémon Guide, please refer to contributor's guide there for notes on contributing to the Wikibooks Pokédex.