List of Pokémon (599–646)
Pokémon has 646 (as of Pokémon Black and White) distinctive fictional species classified as the titular Pokémon. These creatures and entities reside throughout various locations of the fictional Pokémon universe and can be caught by humans designated as Pokémon Trainers often using devices called Poké Balls. These trainers use Pokémon for a variety of purposes, such as being pets and loyal companions and/or being pitted against other trained Pokémon in competitive Pokémon battles. Pokémon are potentially super-powered creatures that can employ a variety of talents such as generating fire or heat, martial arts, telekinesis, and so on. Through age and experience many of these species undergo a metamorphosis and transform into a similar but stronger species in a process referred to as Pokémon evolution.
This is a selected listing of fifty-one of the Pokémon species, arranged as they are in the main game series' National Pokédex.
|Number: 599||Type: Steel||Evolves from: None||Evolves into: Klang|
Klink (ギアル Giaru), known as the Gear Pokémon, is two gears which have come together. Other bodies will not connect with it and become separated. By having its two bodies rotate in a gear formation, it creates the energy it needs to live.
|Number: 600||Type: Steel||Evolves from: Klink||Evolves into: Klinklang|
Klang (ギギアル Gigiaru), known as the Gear Pokémon, is the evolution of Klink. It is based on gears used in machinery.
|Number: 601||Type: Steel||Evolves from: Klang||Evolves into: None|
Klinklang (ギギギアル Gigigiaru), known as the Gear Pokémon, is the evolution of Klang. Like Klink and Klang, it is based on gears.
|Number: 602||Type: Electric||Evolves from: None||Evolves into: Eelektrik|
Tynamo (シビシラス Shibishirasu), known as the Electric Eel Pokémon. It is based on electric eels and lampreys.
|Number: 603||Type: Electric||Evolves from: Tynamo||Evolves into: Eelektross|
Eelektrik (シビビール Shibibīru), known as the Electric Fish Pokémon, is the evolution of Tynamo. It is also based on electric eels and lampreys.
|Number: 604||Type: Electric||Evolves from: Eelektrik||Evolves into: None|
Eelektross (シビルドン Shibirudon), known as the Electric Fish Pokémon, is the evolution of Eelektrik. Like its previous evolution, it is also based on electric eels and lampreys.
|Number: 605||Type: Psychic||Evolves from: None||Evolves into: Beheeyem|
Elgyem (リグレー Rigurē), known as the Brain Pokémon.
|Number: 606||Type: Psychic||Evolves from: Elgyem||Evolves into: None|
Beheeyem (オーベム Ōbemu), known as the Brain Pokémon, is the evolution of Elgyem.
|Number: 607||Type: Ghost/Fire||Evolves from: None||Evolves into: Lampent|
Litwick (ヒトモシ Hitomoshi), known as the Candle Pokémon. It is based on a candle.
|Number: 608||Type: Ghost/Fire||Evolves from: Litwick||Evolves into: Chandelure|
Lampent (ランプラー Ranpurā), known as the Lamp Pokémon, is the evolution of Litwick. It is able to float in mid-air. In the past, they used to live deep in the forest however,they have now began to settle down in large cities and towns.
|Number: 609||Type: Ghost/Fire||Evolves from: Lampent||Evolves into: None|
Chandelure (シャンデラ Shandera), known as the Temptation Pokémon, is the evolution of Lampent. It is based on a chandelier, a ghostly purple fire burning in the candle-holders instead of candles. Chandelure and its evolution family are the only Ghost/Fire type Pokémon. It is said that if you make contact with a Chandelure's Hitodama your soul will be burned, revealing a shell of the victim's body. It can also hypnotize others by swinging its fires.
GamesRadar named it "easily one of the coolest new Unova Pokemon both looks-wise and gameplay-wise."
|Number: 610||Type: Dragon||Evolves from: None||Evolves into: Fraxure|
Axew (キバゴ Kibago), known as the Tusk Pokémon. It is a bipedal, greenish-colored Pokémon with noticeable nostrils and pale tusks protruding from the sides of its mouth. It was described by IGN as a "baby parasaurolophus". It leaves gashes on trees and shrubs with its tusks in order to mark its territory. If one of its tusks break it grows back immediately.
Iris owns an Axew, which was introduced with her in "Enter Iris and Axew!". She carries it with her, outside of a Poké Ball, in her hair.
Game Informer's Jeff Marchiafava stated "I kind of dig Axew", saying he looks "pretty damned cute", and "his stance says he's ready for anything".
|Number: 611||Type: Dragon||Evolves from: Axew||Evolves into: Haxorus|
|Number: 612||Type: Dragon||Evolves from: Fraxure||Evolves into: None|
|Number: 613||Type: Ice||Evolves from: None||Evolves into: Beartic|
Cubchoo (クマシュン Kumashun, Kumasyun), known as the Chill Pokémon. It is based on a polar bear cub. Cubchoo is constantly plagued by a cold and a runny nose. It will sniff up its mucus during attacks and then use it to fight with. When it becomes sicker and the mucus becomes too runny, its ice attacks become weaker.
In Pokémon Black and White, Cubchoo is only found during the winter season in-game. It was given out as a promotional event in Japan from October 22, 2010 to November 29, 2010.
|Number: 614||Type: Ice||Evolves from: Cubchoo||Evolves into: None|
Beartic (ツンベアー Tsunbeā, Tsunbear), known as the Freeze Pokémon, is the evolution of Cubchoo. It is based on a polar bear.
|Number: 615||Type: Ice||Does not evolve|
|Number: 616||Type: Bug||Evolves from: None||Evolves into: Accelgor|
|Number: 617||Type: Bug||Evolves from: Shelmet||Evolves into: None|
Accelgor (アギルダー Agirudā, Agilder), known as the Deshelled Pokémon, is the evolution of Shelmet. It is based on a ninja, combined with a giant tube worm.
|Number: 618||Type: Ground/Electric||Does not evolve|
Stunfisk (マッギョ Maggyo), known as the Trap Pokémon.
|Number: 619||Type: Fighting||Evolves from: None||Evolves into: Mienshao|
Mienfoo (コジョフー Kojofū), known as the Martial Arts Pokémon. It is based on a Mustelid and a Buddhist Monk.
|Number: 620||Type: Fighting||Evolves from: Mienfoo||Evolves into: None|
|Number: 621||Type: Dragon||Does not evolve|
Druddigon (クリムガン Kurimugan, Crimgan), known as the Cave Pokémon. It is possibly based off a gargoyle.
|Number: 622||Type: Ground/Ghost||Evolves from: None||Evolves into: Golurk|
Golett (ゴビット Gobitto), known as the Golem Pokémon.
|Number: 623||Type: Ground/Ghost||Evolves from: Gobitto||Evolves into: None|
Golurk (ゴルーグ Gorūgu), known as the Golem Pokémon, is the evolution of Golett. It is based on a golem and a giant robot. When it's angry it can create an earthquake
|Number: 624||Type: Dark/Steel||Evolves from: None||Evolves into: Bisharp|
Pawniard (コマタナ Komatana), known as the Sharp Edge Pokémon, has a round red head resembling a helmet with a blade extending from the front.
|Number: 625||Type: Dark/Steel||Evolves from: Pawniard||Evolves into: None|
Bisharp (キリキザン Kirikizan), known as the Sharp Sword Pokémon, is the evolution of Pawniard. It has a round red and black head resembling a helmet, topped with a gold, double headed axe blade. Bisharp battles a group of Pawniard to establish itself as the leader. Surrounded by the group of Pawniard, they pursue prey, and Bisharp finishes them off.
|Number: 626||Type: Normal||Does not evolve|
Bouffalant (バッフロン Baffuron, Buffron), known as the Headbutt Bull Pokémon, is a large, brown buffalo Pokémon. It features a large, magnificent afro on its head with two equally large horns popping out of it. Each horn has two golden rings on it. It has light brown hair ending at its knees. Even if it is dealt with a violent headbutt, its tufty fur absorbs the damage. It charges and headbutts anything indiscriminately. The destructive power will derail a running train.
The Escapist listed Buffalon as one of the new Pokémon with "really cool designs", describing it as "the afro-sporting bison".
|Number: 627||Type: Normal/Flying||Evolves from: None||Evolves into: Braviary|
Rufflet (ワシボン Washibon), known as the Baby Eagle Pokémon, will indiscriminately challenge foes to battle, even strong ones. It becomes stronger by battling over and over.
|Number: 628||Type: Normal/Flying||Evolves from: Rufflet||Evolves into: None|
Braviary (ウォーグル Wōguru, Warrgle), known as the Valor Pokémon, is an eagle-like Pokémon, sporting red, blue, and yellow coloration. The top part of its body and wings are red, while the underside is blue. Braviary's tail is red, with yellow and blue stripes at the end. Its talons and beak are yellow, and its feathery mane is white. Braviary is a male-only species, with its female counterpart being the vulture-like Pokémon, Barujina. Braviary will fight for its comrades without a second thought for danger. It can dance through the skies while grasping an automobile. A soldier of the skies with dauntless courage. It will get more respect from its comrades the more wounds it has.
In the video games, Braviary can only be found in the Pokémon White version. In the Pokémon Adventures manga, Black owns a Braviary named War. War is strong and can lift Black into the sky with ease, making him useful for flying purposes.
Game Informer's Jeff Marchiafava praised Braviary's name, stating "Finally, a pun that doesn't suck!", and said "Everything about this 90 pound, ass-kicking bird makes me happy."
|Number: 629||Type: Dark/Flying||Evolves from: None||Evolves into: Mandibuzz|
Vullaby (バルチャイ Baruchai) is a Dark/Flying type pokemon called the Diapered Pokemon. She is a small vulture wearing a bottom egg-shell which looks like a diaper, with a heart on the front. She is exclusive to Pokemon Black.
|Number: 630||Type: Dark/Flying||Evolves from: Vullaby||Evolves into: None|
Mandibuzz (バルジーナ Barujīna), known as Bone Eagle Pokémon, is a Pokémon resembling a vulture. She is exclusive to Pokémon Black.
|Number: 631||Type: Fire||Does not evolve|
Heatmor (クイタラン Kuitaran) is a Fire-Type Pokémon that resembles an anteater.
|Number: 632||Type: Bug/Steel||Does not evolve|
Durant (アイアント Aianto) is a Steel- and Bug-Type Pokémon that resembles a giant metal ant.
|Number: 633||Type: Dark/Dragon||Evolves from: None||Evolves into: Zweilous|
Deino (モノズ Monozu) is a Dark and Dragon-type Pokémon.
|Number: 634||Type: Dark/Dragon||Evolves from: Deino||Evolves into: Hydreigon|
Zweilous (ジヘッド Jiheddo) is the evolution of Deino. Its two heads fight for food.
|Number: 635||Type: Dark/Dragon||Evolves from: Zweilous||Evolves into: None|
Hydreigon (サザンドラ Sazandora), known as the Brutal Pokémon, is the evolution of Zweilous. Hydreigon travels the skies on it's six wings, attacking anything that moves. The heads on its two arms do not have brains, but are used to eat and destroy everything.
A Hydreigon under the ownership of Carlita will appear in Victini and the Black Hero: Zekrom and Victini and the White Hero: Reshiram
|Number: 636||Type: Bug/Fire||Evolves from: None||Evolves into: Volcarona|
Larvesta (メラルバ Meraruba), known as the Torch Pokémon, is a larva-like Pokémon. It has the ability to shoot fire from its five horns.
|Number: 637||Type: Bug/Fire||Evolves from: Larvesta||Evolves into: None|
Volcarona (ウルガモス Urugamosu, Ulgamoth) is a large moth-like Pokémon, that resembles the fictional character Mothra. It is used by Pokemon League Champion, Alder. Volcarona can replace the sun with its scales if the sun is blocked by volcanic ash.
|Number: 638||Type: Steel/Fighting||Does not evolve|
Cobalion (コバルオン Kobaruon, Cobalon) is known as the Iron Will Pokémon. It bears a close resemblance to a markhor. It is closely related to Terrakion and Virizion.
|Number: 639||Type: Rock/Fighting||Does not evolve|
Terrakion (テラキオン Terakion) is known as the Cavern Pokémon. It resembles an ox. It is closely related to Cobalion and Virizion.
|Number: 640||Type: Grass/Fighting||Does not evolve|
Virizion (ビリジオン Birijion) is known as the Grassland Pokémon. It resembles an antelope. It is closely related to Cobalion and Terrakion.
|Number: 641||Type: Flying||Does not evolve|
Tornadus (トルネロス Torunerosu, Tornelos) is known as the Whirlwind Pokémon. He is based on Fūjin, the god of wind. He is the first pure Flying-type Pokémon. Tornadus can only be encountered in Pokémon Black.
|Number: 642||Type: Electric/Flying||Does not evolve|
|Number: 643||Type: Dragon/Fire||Does not evolve|
Reshiram (レシラム Reshiramu) is the Vast White Pokémon (White Yang Pokémon in Japan), and is the mascot for Pokémon Black. It resembles a white wyvern, with wing-shaped arms and claws. Its tail resembles a rocket engine or afterburner. The fire that burns from Reshiram's tail is capable of incinerating everything.
It (as well as its English name) was revealed on May 28, 2010, on both the official Japanese and English Pokémon websites, alongside its counterpart Zekrom. Both Reshiram and Zekrom appeared as floats in the 2010 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Reshiram will make an appearance in the film Victini and the White Hero: Reshiram.
|Number: 644||Type: Dragon/Electric||Does not evolve|
Zekrom (ゼクロム Zekuromu) is the Deep Black Pokémon (Black Yin Pokémon in Japan), and is the mascot for Pokémon White. It resembles a black dragon/dinosaur, with wing-like formations on its forearms. Its tail resembles an electric generator. It has the ability to travel through thunderclouds and cause storms.
It (as well as its English name) was revealed on May 28, 2010, on both the official Japanese and English Pokémon websites, alongside its counterpart Reshiram. Both Reshiram and Zekrom appeared as floats in the 2010 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
At the climax of Pokémon White, the player must capture Zekrom and use it to defeat N's Reshiram, whilst in Pokémon Black the roles of the two dragons are reversed.
Zekrom appeared in the first two episodes of the Best Wishes! season of the Pokémon anime, and will make an appearance in the film Victini and the Black Hero: Zekrom.
|Number: 645||Type: Ground/Flying||Does not evolve|
Landorus (ランドロス Randorosu, Landlos) is known as the Abundance Pokémon. He is based on Inari, the god of fertility. Landorus can only be encountered at a location known as the Abundant Shrine if the player has both Tornadus and Thundurus in their party (one must be traded from the other game version).
|Number: 646||Type: Dragon/Ice||Does not evolve|
Kyurem (キュレム Kyuremu) is known as the Boundary Pokémon. It resembles a large bipedal gray dragon with various icy appendages. It has a head covered by ice, yellow eyes, a very long and slender neck. Kyurem has small arms, wings with two large claws, and a long tail that ends as a fork.
- Bulbapedia - The Pokémon encyclopedia
Retrieved from : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Pok%C3%A9mon_(599%E2%80%93646)#Druddigon