Each of the Pokémon in the zodiac corresponds to a star sign of the real-world zodiac; however, each Pokémon represents a specific month, unlike the real world zodiac, in which one star sign lasts for roughly a month's time but does not correspond to one specific month in the Gregorian calendar. Each Pokémon of the zodiac represents the month that encompasses most of their real counterpart's duration. For example, Pisces represents February 19 to March 20, while Alomomola represents the entire month of March.
|Month||Pokémon||Season||Corresponding sign||Corresponding symbol||Lucky item|
|January||Sawsbuck||Spring||Capricorn||The goat||White Flute|
|February||Simipour||Summer||Aquarius||The water carrier|
|March||Alomomola||Autumn||Pisces||The fishes||Hard Stone|
|April||Whimsicott||Winter||Aries||The ram||Hyper Potion|
|May||Bouffalant||Spring||Taurus||The bull||X Attack|
|June||Klink||Summer||Gemini||The twins||A slow Pokémon*|
|July||Crustle||Autumn||Cancer||The crab||Dowsing MCHN|
|October||Lampent||Summer||Libra||The scale||Choice Scarf|
|November||Scolipede||Autumn||Scorpio||The scorpion||White Herb|
|December||Fraxure||Winter||Sagittarius||The archer||Poké Ball|
The Pokémon zodiac makes an appearance in the TV Show "Personality Assessment and Horoscope". Each episode features one of the Pokémon in the zodiac, and explains their current fortune and also their lucky item. The show is hosted by an unknown person, and information comes directly from a scientist/astrologer by the name of Dr. Astropoff.