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Galar Pokedex Findings


Pokemon Trainer
Hello. I wanted to find out how many of each generation's Pokemon are in the base Galar Pokedex. After consulting a Galar Pokedex list, here is what I have found.

53 of 151 Generation I Pokemon are in the Pokedex, or 35%.
33 of 100 Generation II Pokemon are in the Pokedex, or 33%.
42 of 135 Generation III Pokemon are in the Pokedex, or 31%.
38 of 107 Generation IV Pokemon are in the Pokedex, or 36%.
85 of 156 Generation V Pokemon are in the Pokedex, or 54%.
32 of 72 Generation VI Pokemon are in the Pokedex, or 44%.
36 of 88 Generation VII Pokemon are in the Pokedex, or 41%.
81 of 96 Generation VIII Pokemon are in the Pokedex, or 84%.

I did not include the Isle of Armor Pokedex and Crown Tundra Pokedex. I considered Regional Variant Pokemon as being from the same region as their base forms. For example, Galarian Meowth was factored under Generation I. One YouTube creator I was watching play Pokemon Sword suggested that a low inclusion rate for Gen IV is a sign that Game Freak had Gen IV remakes in the works. Looking at this, that claim is mostly false, even if Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Pokemon Shining Pearl were eventually announced and released. Galar obviously has the highest inclusion rate, but there are actually more Unova Pokemon than Galar Pokemon in the Pokedex when looking at flat numbers. Feel free to discuss other interesting aspects of this list.