24.07.16 by Jeff

Pokémon Go: Complete Pokédex Silhouette Reference Chart (UPDATED Gen 2 Silhouettes)

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Download: The Complete Pokédex Character Reference Chart

*EDIT February 2017 – this post has been edited to include the full Pokemon Go Gen 2 Silhouettes Reference Chart courtesy of Redditor mgodseydesign on The Silph Road. See it at the bottom of the post!

Pokémon Go has been taking over my life the past couple weeks, and it’s weird because I never watched the show and don’t play games on my phone. Is anyone else in the same boat?

I read about the guy who apparently found all the available Pokémon but I couldn’t find an image of all the revealed characters. I was also surprised that it was so difficult to dig up an entire chart of all the Pokémon silhouettes to be able to know whether something close to you is worth searching for. Any longtime fans of Pokémon will already be able to recognize the silhouettes but I’m not one of them so a chart like this is kinda crucial!

The image above is essentially what it looks like to complete your entire Pokédex! This image above is the entire chart with all the characters revealed and below is the full chart as silhouettes (with and without titles). Full credit goes to Reddit user Jadael for posting the images here.

*UPDATE – Kadabra and Alakazam were swapped in the original images (thanks to several readers for pointing this out) both images have been fixed.

 

Essential Pokémon Go resources:

The Silph Road – this subreddit aims to be the largest online community of Pokémon Go users offering lots of findings, tips, and tricks.

Lvl 22 Player Giving Small Tips of Advice – this post on Reddit really answers every question you will have about the game and specific advice things like quickly levelling up.

Pokémon Go IV (Individual Values) Calculator – if you want to take the game to the nerdiest level possible, use the Google Doc linked here to accurately calculate if you should continue powering up your Pokémon or transfer it and move on.

 

Maybe I’m a huge nerd for liking this game but I can’t remember the last time I walked around my city and struck up as many conversations (albeit very nerdy conversations) with so many complete strangers of all ages. So far I’ve found 67 Pokémon and I’m level 17. Any other Booooooom readers playing?

Complete Pokédex Silhouette Reference Chart below!

 

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Download: The Complete Pokédex Silhouette Reference Chart (with names)

 

*EDIT February 2017 – here’s the full Pokemon Go Gen 2 Silhouettes Reference Chart courtesy of Redditor mgodseydesign.

Here’s the list of first 151 Pokemon names and types:

Bulbasaur (Type1: Grass, Type2: Poison)
Ivysaur (Type1: Grass, Type2: Poison)
Venusaur (Type1: Grass, Type2: Poison)
Charmander (Type: Fire)
Charmeleon (Type: Fire)
Charizard (Type1: Fire, Type2: Flying)
Squirtle (Type: Water)
Wartortle (Type: Water)
Blastoise (Type: Water)
Caterpie (Type: Bug)
Metapod (Type: Bug)
Butterfree (Type1: Bug, Type2: Flying)
Weedle (Type1: Bug, Type2: Poison)
Kakuna (Type1: Bug, Type2: Poison)
Beedrill (Type1: Bug, Type2: Poison)
Pidgey (Type1: Normal, Type2: Flying)
Pidgeotto (Type1: Normal, Type2: Flying)
Pidgeot (Type1: Normal, Type2: Flying)
Rattata (Type: Normal)
Raticate (Type: Normal)
Spearow (Type1: Normal, Type2: Flying)
Fearow (Type1: Normal, Type2: Flying)
Ekans (Type: Poison)
Arbok (Type: Poison)
Pikachu (Type: Electric)
Raichu (Type: Electric)
Sandshrew (Type: Ground)
Sandslash (Type: Ground)
Nidoran(f) (Type: Poison)
Nidorina (Type: Poison)
Nidoqueen (Type: Poison)
Nidoran(m) (Type: Poison)
Nidorino (Type: Poison)
Nidoking (Type: Poison)
Clefairy (Type: Fairy)
Clefable (Type: Fairy)
Vulpix (Type: Fire)
Ninetales (Type: Fire)
Jigglypuff (Type: Normal)
Wigglytuff (Type1: Normal, Type2: Fairy)
Zubat (Type1: Poison, Type2: Flying)
Golbat (Type1: Poison, Type2: Flying)
Oddish (Type1: Grass, Type2: Poison)
Gloom (Type1: Grass, Type2: Poison)
Vileplume (Type1: Grass, Type2: Poison)
Paras (Type1: Bug, Type2: Grass)
Parasect (Type1: Bug, Type2: Grass)
Venonat (Type1: Bug, Type2: Poison)
Venomoth (Type1: Bug, Type2: Poison)
Diglett (Type: Ground)
Dugtrio (Type: Ground)
Meowth (Type: Normal)
Persian (Type: Normal)
Psyduck (Type: Water)
Golduck (Type: Water)
Mankey (Type: Fighting)
Primeape (Type: Fighting)
Growlithe (Type: Fire)
Arcanine (Type: Fire)
Poliwag (Type: Water)
Poliwhirl (Type: Water)
Poliwrath (Type1: Water, Type2: Fighting)
Abra (Type: Psychic)
Kadabra (Type: Psychic)
Alakazam (Type: Psychic)
Machop (Type: Fighting)
Machoke (Type: Fighting)
Machamp (Type: Fighting)
Bellsprout (Type1: Grass, Type2: Poison)
Weepinbell (Type1: Grass, Type2: Poison)
Victreebel (Type1: Grass, Type2: Poison)
Tentacool (Type1: Water, Type2: Poison)
Tentacruel (Type1: Water, Type2: Poison)
Geodude (Type1: Rock, Type2: Ground)
Graveler (Type1: Rock, Type2: Ground)
Golem (Type1: Rock, Type2: Ground)
Ponyta (Type: Fire)
Rapidash (Type: Fire)
Slowpoke (Type1: Water, Type2: Psychic)
Slowbro (Type1: Water, Type2: Psychic)
Magnemite (Type1: Electric, Type2: Steel)
Magneton (Type1: Electric, Type2: Steel)
Farfetch’d (Type1: Normal, Type2: Flying)
Doduo (Type1: Normal, Type2: Flying)
Dodrio (Type1: Normal, Type2: Flying)
Seel (Type: Water)
Dewgong (Type1: Water, Type2: Ice)
Grimer (Type: Poison)
Muk (Type: Poison)
Shellder (Type: Water)
Cloyster (Type1: Water, Type2: Ice)
Gastly (Type1: Ghost, Type2: Poison)
Haunter (Type1: Ghost, Type2: Poison)
Gengar (Type1: Ghost, Type2: Poison)
Onix (Type1: Rock, Type2: Ground)
Drowzee (Type: Psychic)
Hypno (Type: Psychic)
Krabby (Type: Water)
Kingler (Type: Water)
Voltorb (Type: Electric)
Electrode (Type: Electric)
Exeggcute (Type1: Grass, Type2: Psychic)
Exeggutor (Type1: Grass, Type2: Psychic)
Cubone (Type: Ground)
Marowak (Type: Ground)
Hitmonlee (Type: Fighting)
Hitmonchan (Type: Fighting)
Lickitung (Type: Normal)
Koffing (Type: Poison)
Weezing (Type: Poison)
Rhyhorn (Type1: Ground, Type2: Rock)
Rhydon (Type1: Ground, Type2: Rock)
Chansey (Type: Normal)
Tangela (Type: Grass)
Kangaskhan (Type: Normal)
Horsea (Type: Water)
Seadra (Type: Water)
Goldeen (Type: Water)
Seaking (Type: Water)
Staryu (Type: Water)
Starmie (Type1: Water, Type2: Psychic)
Mr. Mime (Type1: Psychic, Type2: Fairy)
Scyther (Type1: Bug, Type2: Flying)
Jynx (Type1: Ice, Type2: Psychic)
Electabuzz (Type: Electric)
Magmar (Type: Fire)
Pinsir (Type: Bug)
Tauros (Type: Normal)
Magikarp (Type: Water)
Gyarados (Type1: Water, Type2: Flying)
Lapras (Type1: Water, Type2: Ice)
Ditto (Type: Normal)
Eevee (Type: Normal)
Vaporeon (Type: Water)
Jolteon (Type: Electric)
Flareon (Type: Fire)
Porygon (Type: Normal)
Omanyte (Type1: Rock, Type2: Water)
Omastar (Type1: Rock, Type2: Water)
Kabuto (Type1: Rock, Type2: Water)
Kabutops (Type1: Rock, Type2: Water)
Aerodactyl (Type1: Rock, Type2: Flying)
Snorlax (Type: Normal)
Articuno (Type1: Ice, Type2: Flying)
Zapdos (Type1: Electric, Type2: Flying)
Moltres (Type1: Fire, Type2: Flying)
Dratini (Type: Dragon)
Dragonair (Type: Dragon)
Dragonite (Type1: Dragon, Type2: Flying)
Mewtwo (Type: Psychic)
Mew (Type: Psychic)

Full list of 80+ Gen 2 Pokemon

Chikorita
Bayleef
Meganium
Cyndaquil
Quilava
Typhlosion
Totodile
Croconaw
Feraligatr
Sentret
Furret
Hoothoot
Noctowl
Ledyba
Ledian
Spinarak
Ariados
Crobat
Chinchou
Lanturn
Pichu
Cleffa
Igglybuff
Togepi
Togetic
Natu
Xatu
Mareep
Flaaffy
Ampharos
Bellossom
Marill
Azumarill
Sudowoodo
Politoed
Hoppip
Skiploom
Jumpluff
Aipom
Sunkern
Sunflora
Yanma
Wooper
Quagsire
Espeon
Umbreon
Murkrow
Slowking
Misdreavus
Unown
Wobbuffet
Girafarig
Pineco
Forretress
Dunsparce
Gligar
Steelix
Snubbull
Granbull
Qwilfish
Scizor
Shuckle
Heracross
Sneasel
Teddiursa
Ursaring
Slugma
Magcargo
Swinub
Piloswine
Corsola
Remoraid
Octillery
Delibird – Not Available
Mantine
Skarmory
Houndour
Houndoom
Kingdra
Phanpy
Donphan
Porygon2
Stantler
Smeargle – Not Available
Tyrogue
Hitmontop
Smoochum
Elekid
Magby
Miltank
Blissey
Raikou – Not Available
Entei – Not Available
Suicune – Not Available
Larvitar
Pupitar
Tyranitar
Lugia – Not Available
Ho-Oh – Not Available
Celebi – Not Available













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Go booooooom!

  • taryn

    I’ve been playing so much! they’ve spilled over into my notebook.

    I played pokemon blue as a kid and I’m pretty sure drawing pokemon back then was one of the things that got me started as an artist.

    • these are great

  • shannon

    Thanks for the article!

    • cheers shannon

  • How did you get the silhouettes for the pokemon that haven’t been released yet? (articuno zapdos etc)

    • Kelly Bahr

      Because this chart contains the original Pokémon from the show not the app/game.

  • ya i think you’re right – the moustache!

  • Justin Earegood

    And Slowpoke evolves into Slowbro not Slowking!

    • Young Travels

      Wrong…Slowpoke can evolve into either or. Slowpoke by Shelder bite without any item held, Slowking when bit holding a king’s rock.

      • Skew

        Not in Pokemon Go. Slowking has not been seen yet.

  • Saleel Saleem

    Pokedex Completed. Caught all 145 Pokemon available: https://twitter.com/saleelsaleem/status/765214390249414657

  • FredBear Nightmare

    im level 22 in pokemon go

    • me too

      • FredBear Nightmare

        lol

  • FredBear Nightmare

    my vaporn is cp 1688

  • FredBear Nightmare

    same

  • FredBear Nightmare

    my vapron cp is 1688

  • FredBear Nightmare

    i want a Gyarados

  • FredBear Nightmare

    michael what team are you i’m team yellow

  • FredBear Nightmare

    i want a pikachu

  • Jill Y

    So many people have already completed their Pokedex simply by buying Pokemon catch service from http://www.pokegocatcher.com

    Worst of all, it’s so easy to just buy 90+% IV rare and strong Pokemons that made Gym look so easy for them.

    • good news is it doesn’t change anything for people who just like to play the game themselves and are only interested in the collecting part

      • Jill Y

        But how many people are playing a popular game just for Single Player Mode? With new features like Trading, PVP and much more, are you sure that it doesn’t change anything? Geez*

  • Adam Preece

    I loved the chart….used it on my blog to log down what I’ve caught so far (hoep that’s ok?) https://crowmarshgibbongeekcraft.wordpress.com/

  • Jonathan Flaherty
    • Jonathan Flaherty

      Nvm figured it out. I forgot about vampire fish.

    • Dan Designer 3255

      Hey Jonathan flaherty the silhouette is sea king I think

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