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If pokemon were real and in your area...


I live in Maryland so in my area there would be tons of bird Pokemon.


Dragon Tamer
As for Arkansas... We'd have plenty of Deerling/Sawsbuck, a bit of Bunnelby, Ursaring, Pidove, a few Ducklett, and Starly.
As pets, people would have Granbull and Skitty. I'd probably have a team of Deerling...


Tropical Trickster
I live on a tropical island near the beach so there would be lots of colourful water and flying types, lots of bug types too, a few fire types for the warm year round weather & some normal types.

Here's a list based on animals here/ones I've seen:

Water types: Feinneon, Goldeen, Squirtle, Magikarp, Feebas, Sharpedo, Horsea, Tentacool, Clampearl, Ducklette, Swanna, Wingull, Pelipper, Frillish, Wailmer, Remoraid, Octillery, Mantine, Chinchou

Flying types: Pidgey, Tailow, Murkrow, Fletchling, Zubat, Pidove, Noctowl

Normal types: Rattata, Eevee, Bunnelby, Zangoose, Clefairy, Buneary, Miltank, Tauros

Other types: Ponyta & Torchic (lots of these two), Growlithe, Houndour, Dedenne, Pikachu, Tynamo, Heliptile, Dratini, Seviper, Butterfree, Vivillon, Beautifly, Dustox, Venomoth, Venipede, Heracross, Volcarona, (practically almost all bugs tbh, it would be scary lol), Sunflora, Hoppip, Treecko, Turtwig, Tropius, Roselia, Geodude line, Onix, Ronnergrola (sp?), Swablu, Snivy, Mareep

Ghost types as well but I think those would be almost everywhere too, no ice types that's for sure.

Now these wouldn't be everywhere but I took the whole island & towns in it into consideration so these Pokemon would be scattered in different areas.


Well-Known Member
I live in the east U.S., so I can see a lot of animals.

I may see some Pidgey, Pidoves, Pikachu, Zangoose, Noctowls, Beedrill, Ledian, some Bug-types, and Stantler. As for the fish, I think some Magikarp, Tentacool, and Lumineon.

I live near a power plant, so I may see some Klink and Magnemite. Maybe even Zapdos if I'm lucky!
semi rural sydney so, flaafy rapidash, the cow pokemon. zubat, Rattata, ekans(boyfriend had a snake in his house last night) serviper, houndoom(lots of wild dogs), kangaskhan, cyndaquil. all the bug types..

Oh and Pdgey and Pdove everywhere... not a fan of birds.. i'm terrified of them
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I'm all fired up!
I think there would be quite a good contrast near me, since I live right on the edge of London, there's obviously city, where I'd expect things like Trubbish, Grimer, Pidgey etc. Then right up the road from me leads in to a huge woodland area, so bug and bird types and other natural creature based Pokemon would inhabit it. It also has ruins of a castle that has a lot of ghost rumours, so there could be ghost Pokemon lurking around that. Deep in the woods there's a pond which has an old terrapin/turtle swimming around in it, perhaps water types including Carracosta would inhabit that place. Last but not least, on the topic of fossil Pokemon, there's a fossil pit in the woods also, so I like to think ya could dig up some Kabuto's and such there. :D
Ursarings, Mightyenas, Stantler, Sawsbuck, Noctowl...I swear all of northern Wisconsin is just boonies and forests.
Well, I live in Southern Maryland. There are a lot of deer and since I live by the water, lots of fish.
So I'd say lots of Sawsbuck and Basculin.
Oh! And Crabby. Lots of Crabby.
I live more or less in the suburbs... Well, the outskirts of London, so essentially a lot of fletchlings, pidgeys, slugmas, shellos, a lot of plant types, just not the tropical ones, so no ludicolo or cacneas, or even victreebells. Vulpixes would be common. You get a lot of domestic ones like the lilypup evolution line, growlithes, poocheynas, mewoths, glameows, skitty,etc. Dogs and cats, basically. Venomoths are occasionally found, and spinaraks occasionally too.


ϟ ゜゚⊹(o◕⋏◕o)⊹゜゚ ϟ
The area of England I live in has a lot of woodlands and deer parks so Stantler, Deerling and Sawsbuck would be a common sight. Hoothoot and Noctowl, Pidove's line, among the other common birds like Pidgey would be everywhere. Vulpix too, there's foxes all over here. There are no wild dogs like wolves, but lines kept more commonly as pets like Lillipup and Furfrou. Not to mention the cats, Meowth, Glameow, Skitty, and whatnot.

The nearby forests also have rivers/lakes, so Caterpie, Weedle, Venipede, Wurmple, Venemoth, Croagunk, Poliwag... no end of bugs and amphibians. We get a lot of bats around where I live too, so Zubat's a given. There'd also be Rattata, Pikachu, Pachirisu now that I think of it.

I also live in what's supposed to be one of the most haunted cities in all of England, so I guess Gastly, Duskull, Litwick and Shuppet would be lurking around too ahaha!

Myles Fowl II

Silent Sentinel
I would probably be seeing mostly grass types, which sucks because I love water types, but thanks to having woods all around my neighborhood, I'd be seeng lost of Caterpie, Weedle, a Phantump here or there, pumpkaboo when the farmer behind my house grows pumpkins, and hosts of other grass types. Though, I might find a small water type or two in the creek in the farmer's field.
I live in the midwest, so you'd probably see a lot of hardy grassland and forest Pokemon like Pidgey, Rattata, Sawsbuck, Sentret, ect. As for domesticated Pokemon, you'd find plenty of the basic farm Pokemon. Miltank, Tauros, Mareep, Gogoat, Rapidash, Tepig, and maybe even Herdier. Bug types probably include Wurmple, Burmy, Surskit, Nincada, and Yanma.
Most of the typical early route Pokémon mainly, since I live in the suburbs. Though there are some farms relatively close so is be able to get my hands on a Torchic, then wreck everyone with my Blaziken.

I'd probably just find my favorites and add them to my team. That's what I do for the most part anyways.


New Member
I'm in rural Louisiana, so I'd probably see Pokemon like Ratatta, Zigzagoon, and Bunnelby. There'd also be bug types everywhere, especially Caterpie and Spinirak (if there was a mosquito Pokémon, then I'd see a lot of those!) The common birds like Pidgey would be around, too, and maybe Pokemon like Wooper and Palpatoad, with Stantler and Sawsbuck in the forests.


Master Trainer Mason
I live in a swampy area, so probally the pokemon with the lil ipad head, and the Sandile. Niether I would want to have


Fire Lover
I live in a little coastal town called Aberystwyth, so I imagine it would be swarmed with water Pokemon. We have the occasional swarm of dolphins pass through, but seeing as we haven't seen any dolphin Pokemon yet, I'll settle for Goldeen and Finneon (ew). There are plenty of Seagulls waiting to come and steal our food, so Wingull are a given. The several sheep farms around us would be packed with Mareep. And we have the starlings that migrate to come and sleep under the pier, which would of course would be Starly.

classic myth

Gen One Veteran
Water pokemon, lots and lots and lots... Possibly a few electric pokemon...