Azurill has the lowest base stat total of all Normal- and Fairy-type Pokémon. Azurill is the only Pokémon with a base stat total of 190. With Huge Power, Azurill can reach the highest Attack stat of all Baby Pokémon, capping at a maximum of 304.
Bulbasaur can be seen napping in bright sunlight. There is a seed on its back. By soaking up the sun's rays, the seed grows progressively larger. Bulbasaur can be seen napping in bright sunlight. There is a seed on its back. By soaking up the sun's rays, the seed grows progressively larger.
Charizard is the only Pokémon in the Super Smash Bros. series that transitioned from a Poké Ball Pokémon to a playable character. Charizard, Typhlosion, and their respective evolutionary lines have exactly the same base stats. Charizard was the focus of a Pokémon Center promotion in April 2010.
Niue released a one-dollar coin featuring Charmander as part of a commemorative promotion for the Pokémon franchise, with Charmander on one side and the nation's coat of arms on the other. In the first generation, on its sprite and first artwork, Charmander's "back" is depicted as having a small line of spikes.
Diglett and Alolan Diglett have the second lowest base HP of any Pokémon, after Shedinja. Diglett has the lowest base Defense of all Ground-type Pokémon. Alolan Diglett has the lowest base Defense of all Steel-type Pokémon. Alolan Diglett is tied with Klefki as the shortest Steel-type Pokémon.
Gardevoir's Attack and Special Attack are the reverse of Gallade's. Mega Gardevoir has the highest Special Attack base stat of all Fairy-type Pokémon. Gardevoir and Gallade are the only Pokémon capable of Mega Evolution that are in the same evolutionary family. Origin. Gardevoir resembles a principal dancer.
Gengar debuted in the opening of the first episode, Pokémon - I Choose You!, where it and a Nidorino battled in a colosseum on TV as a reference to the original Pokémon Red and Green games. A group of Gengar, along with a group of Haunter, were creating illusions within a forest in Illusion Confusion!.
When Geodude sleeps deeply, it buries itself halfway into the ground. It will not awaken even if hikers step on it unwittingly. In the morning, this Pokémon rolls downhill in search of food. The longer a Geodude lives, the more its edges are chipped and worn away, making it more rounded in appearance.
Haunter is the Pokémon with the most cry changes throughout the series, having been changed in generations II, III, and VI. Origin Haunter is possibly based on the dila, a spirit that passes through walls then licks certain humans to death according to Filipino mythology.
Houndour appears to have a simplistic, stylized skull on its forehead with the eye orbits creating eyebrow patterning above its actual eyes. It also has circular, red paw pads on each of its three-toed paws. Houndour is an intelligent Pokémon that forms packs to hunt for prey, and shows unparalleled teamwork.
Biology. Mawile is a short, bipedal Pokémon with a pale yellow body and black arms and feet. Its legs have a thick, fur-like covering resembling hakama or a skirt. Its most notable feature is a pair of large black jaws emerging from the back of its head.
This Pokémon has electricity-storing pouches on its cheeks. These appear to become electrically charged during the night while Pikachu sleeps. It occasionally discharges electricity when it is dozy after waking up. Whenever Pikachu comes across something new, it blasts it with a jolt of electricity.
Poliwag is a corruption of polliwog (outdated term for tadpole). Wag may refer to its long tail, although it is worth noting that polliwog literally means "head-wiggle." Nyoromo may be a combination of ニョロニョロ nyoronyoro (the sound of slithering) and 子供 kodomo (child).
Ponyta is one of the fourteen Pokémon one can collect foreign Pokédex entries for in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl. Ponyta's Stadium and FireRed Pokédex entries state that it can jump over the Eiffel Tower and Ayers Rock, which exist in the real world.
Sableye is a stylization of the Hopkinsville Goblin, a creature from an alleged Kentucky "alien encounter" described as having shining eyes, small legs, clawed arms and swaying hips (a movement that Sableye imitates in the 3D Pokémon games).
Multiple Slowpoke were among the Pokémon seen at Professor Oak's Laboratory in Showdown at the Po-ké Corral. Multiple Slowpoke appeared in The Power of One. Two Slowpoke were part of an exhibition in Flower Power. A Slowpoke appeared in Tricks of the Trade as one of the Pokémon seen at the Pokémon Swap Meet in Palmpona.
Jessie also caught a Wurmple in All in a Day's Wurmple. Jessie's Wurmple evolved into a Cascoon in the same episode that May's Wurmple evolved in, and later evolved into Dustox, which was also the same episode where May's Silcoon had evolved into a Beautifly.