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Pokémon Chrome Trading Card Series 2 was a set of Pokémon-themed trading cards produced by Topps in 2000. It consisted of 73 cards covering the remaining Pokémon from Generation I after the Series 1 set, #79-151. Each of these cards also had three variants included as random inserts: Spectra-Chrome, Sparkle-Chrome, and Tekno-Chrome.

Cards were sold in randomly distributed packs of five. The variant inserts could be found at odds of 1:2 per pack for Spectra-Chrome, 1:10 for Sparkle-Chrome, and 1:15 for Tekno-Chrome.

Cards in Chrome Series 2

Set # Front Pokémon Back text
79 Slowpoke Incredibly slow and dopey, it takes close to five seconds for Slowpoke to feel pain when under attack. In "Island of the Giant Pokémon," Pikachu, Squirtle, Bulbasaur, Charmander and Team Rocket's lost Pokémon wander around a deserted island for what seems like forever. When the Pokémon stop to rest and have a snack at a small deli counter in the middle of the island, the cook is none other than a lazy Slowpoke!

First appearance: Episode 17—"Island of the Giant Pokémon"
80 Slowbro Slowbro is the second and final evolutionary stage for Slowpoke. The Shellder that is latched on to Slowpoke's tail is said to feed on Slowpoke's leftover scraps of food. In "Island of the Giant Pokémon," the band of lost Pokémon encounter a lonely Slowpoke sitting on top of a rock looking out over the ocean. After Pikachu asks it for help and directions, Slowpoke sticks its tail in the water evolves into Slowbro!

First appearance: Episode 17—"Island of the Giant Pokémon"
81 Magnemite Magnemite uses anti-gravity to stay suspended and it usually appears without warning. In "Sparks Fly for Magnemite," Pikachu is diagnosed with a Pokémon cold by Nurse Joy, right before a blackout occurs. Ash and company go exploring through the darkness of the overloaded power plant, and a legion of Magnemite converge upon our heroes — especially the over-electrified Pikachu!

First appearance: Episode 30—"Sparks Fly for Magnemite"
82 Magneton This is the second and final evolutionary stage for Magnemite. Formed by several Magnemites linked together, they frequently appear when sunspots flare up. In "Sparks Fly for Magnemite," Pikachu's overly active electric cold attracts some new friends and even more enemies. When packs of Magnemite and Magneton flock to absorb Pikachu's excess voltage, they learn to regret it as Pikachu lets loose with a Thundershock sneeze!

First appearance: Episode 30—"Sparks Fly for Magnemite"
83 Farfetch'd The sprig of green onion that Farfetch'd holds is its sword-like weapon of choice. In the misadventure, "So Near, Yet So Farfetch'd," a Pokémon thief named Keith uses his rare Farfetch'd to steal other trainer's Poké Balls. Officer Jenny asks Ash and company to help search for this nefarious criminal. Ash, Misty, Brock and the headache-plagued Psyduck foil Keith's plans and rescue all of the missing Poké Balls.

Episode 49—"So Near, Yet So Farfetch'd"
84 Doduo Doduo is a bird that makes up for its poor flying with its incredible speed. As it runs, it leaves behind giant footprints. In "Showdown at the Po-ké Corral," Ash returns to Pallet Town to train for the Pokémon League. Ash and his rival Gary go on a tour of Professor Oak's Pokémon research and communication center, and as they walk about, they meet Gary's captured Doduo.

First appearance: Episode 69—"Showdown at the Po-ké Corral"
85 Dodrio The three-headed Dodrio is the second and final evolutionary stage for Doduo. Its three brains can execute complex plans. Often, two heads will be sleeping while one heads stays awake. In "The Flame Pokémon-athon," Ash and Ponyta race neck and neck with an evil Pokémon trainer named Dario and his incredibly swift Dodrio. Little does Ash know that Dario and Team Rocket have joined forces to make sure he doesn't finish the all!

First appearance: Episode 33—"The Flame Pokémon-athon"
86 Seel The protruding horn on Seel's head is very hard. It is used for bashing through thick ice. In "The Water Flowers of Cerulean City," Ash, Brock and a reluctant Misty arrive at the wondrous Cerulean City. Ash challenges Lily, Violet and Daisy — the beautiful leaders of the Cerulean City Gym — to a Pokémon match, but they flatly refuse. When the Gym's mascot, Seel, gives Ash the Cascade Badge without a single battle, the fourth sister, Misty, steps forward to accept the challenge!

First appearance: Episode 7—"The Water Flowers of Cerulean City"
87 Dewgong Dewgong is the final stage of evolution for Seel. It stores thermal energy in its body and can swim at a steady eight knots even in intense cold. In "The Misty Mermaid," Ash and friends return to the Cerulean City Gym to visit Misty's sisters. While visiting, Misty participates in a water ballet that gets ruined by Team Rocket. A Pokémon battle follows, and during the fight, Seel evolves into Dewgong to blast Team Rocket into defeat.

First appearance: Episode 63—"The Misty Mermaid"
88 Grimer Appearing in filthy areas, Grimer thrives by sucking up polluted sludge that is pumped out of factories. In "Pokémon Scent-Sation," our heroes arrive at the Celadon City Gym where wonderful perfumes are manufactured using Pokémon spores and nectars. The gym leader, Erica, tells a story of her childhood: a Gloom protected her from an attacking, foul-smelling Grimer which led her to be a Grass Pokémon Trainer.

First appearance: Episode 26—"Pokémon Scent-Sation"
89 Muk The final stage of evolution for Grimer, Muk is thickly covered with a filthy, vile sludge and it is so toxic even its footprints contain poison. While fighting off Magnemite, Magneton and a whole mess of Grimers in "Sparks Fly for Magnemite," Ash engages in a heart-stopping Pokémon battle with an enormous Muk. After Ash unclogs the stopped-up water pipes in the power plant, he catches Muk for his Pokémon collection!

First appearance: Episode 30—"Sparks Fly for Magnemite"
90 Shellder Shellder's hard shell repels any kind of attack, and Shellder is only vulnerable when its shell is open. In "The Evolution Solution," Professor Oak enlists the aid of fellow Poké-ologist, Professor Westwood (who programmed the Pokédex), to figure out the mystery of why, after a Shellder clamps onto a Slowpoke's tail, it becomes a Slowbro! Do you know why Shellder clamps onto Slowpoke's tail?

First appearance: Episode 70—"The Evolution Solution"
91 Cloyster The second and final evolutionary stage for Shellder, Cloyster can launch its horns in quick volleys when attacked. In "The Bridge Bike Gang," while biking across a huge bridge to Sunny Town, our heroes are challenged to a Pokémon battle by a bike gang. Tyra, a tough-girl gang member, uses Cloyster against Misty's none-too-bright Psyduck. In frustration Misty ends up cheering for Cloyster to win!

First appearance: Episode 36—"The Bridge Bike Gang"
92 Gastly Almost invisible, this gaseous Pokémon cloaks its target and puts it to sleep without a struggle. In "The Ghost of Maiden's Peak," Brock and James of Team Rocket fall under the spell of the mysterious Maiden Rock and the beautiful maiden spirit that haunts it. Our heroes try to get rid of the pesky specter — only to find out that the maiden is a mischievous Gastly in disguise!

First appearance: Episode 20—"The Ghost of Maiden's Peak"
93 Haunter Haunter is the second evolutionary stage for Gastly. Because of its ability to slip through walls, it is rumored to be from another dimension. In "The Tower of Terror," Ash and Pikachu battle their way through the wacky shenanigans of three ghosts at the Lavender Town Tower, so Ash can acquire a ghost Pokémon in order to defeat Sabrina. When Ash realizes all Haunter wants is to have a little fun, they leave together as friends.

First appearance: Episode 23—"The Tower of Terror"
94 Gengar This is the third and final evolutionary stage for Gastly. Under the full moon, this Pokémon likes to mimic the shadows of people and laugh at their fright. In "The Tower of Terror," Ash, Misty, Brock and Team Rocket are teased and taunted by three over-the-top ghost Pokémon. Gengar finds that Jesse and James are especially fun to play with — so it keeps them tied up in the playroom while Ash and Haunter say their good-byes.

First appearance: Episode 23—"The Tower of Terror"
95 Onix As Onix grows, the stone portions of its snake body harden to become sooty black and diamond-like. In "Showdown in Pewter City," Ash finds himself face-to-face with his first Pokémon gym leader — Brock. Pikachu powers up and stands ready to do battle, but Brock lets loose the monstrous Onix who makes short work of it. After some intense and extremely weird training exercises, Pikachu battles again and topples the giant Onix.

First appearance: Episode 5—"Showdown in Pewter City"
96 Drowzee Drowzee puts enemies to sleep, then eats their dreams. Occasionally, it does get sick from eating bad dreams. In "Hypno's Naptime," our heroes come to a town where all of the Pokémon are sick and tired, and many of the town's children are missing! A sleep-wave tracking device constructed by Officer Jenny leads the group to a fancy high-rise apartment, where they find the cause of these problems — a Drowzee and a Hypno.

First appearance: Episode 27—"Hypno's Naptime"
97 Hypno The second stage of evolution for Drowzee. When Hypno locks eyes with an enemy, it uses a mix of psychic moves and confusion attacks to overpower its prey. In "Hypno's Naptime," Ash and the gang discover a sleepless Pokémon club using a Hypno to help their club members fall asleep. Little did they know that Hypno's psychic powers were causing the town's children to run away and act like Pokémon!

First appearance: Episode 27—"Hypno's Naptime"
98 Krabby Krabby's pincers are powerful weapons, which also help it balance when walking sideways. In "Island of the Giant Pokémon," Ash and friends are washed ashore on a seemingly deserted island and realize that almost all of Ash's Pokémon are missing! One of Ash's remaining Pokémon is the loyal Krabby, captured earlier. Krabby is eventually transported to Dr. Oak's laboratory, because Pokémon trainers are only allowed to carry six Poké Balls at one time.

First appearance: Episode 17—"Island of the Giant Pokémon"
99 Kingler This is the second and final stage of evolution for Krabby. Its large pincer has 10,000 pounds worth of crushing power. However, its huge size makes it very hard to use. In "Princess Versus Princess," Misty is trying to win the grand prize in the Princess Day Pokémon Competition. To get to the finals, Misty must defeat a host of Pokémon trainers. One of them uses Kingler, but with Ash's borrowed Bulbasaur, Misty goes on to victory!

First appearance: Episode 59—"Princess Versus Princess"
100 Voltorb Voltorb is usually found in power plants and is easily mistaken for a Poké Ball. In "The Ninja Poke-Showdown," Ash and friends are trapped within the maze-like hallways of the Fuchsia Gym. They get lost following a mischievous Venonat while trying to find the gym leader. When our heroes encounter a solitary Voltorb, before anybody can even breathe, Voltorb self-destructs, spewing noxious gas and confusing everybody!

First appearance: Episode 32—"The Ninja Poke-Showdown"
101 Electrode The second and final stage of evolution for Voltorb. Electrode stores energy under very high pressure and often explodes with little or no provocation. In "The Flame Pokémon-athon," Pikachu rides Squirtle in a race that includes an Onix, a Starmie and a volatile Electrode. When Electrode and its rider fall into a giant hole dug by the terrible Team Rocket, Electrode explodes, destroying everything around it — even the race track!

First appearance: Episode 33—"The Flame Pokémon-athon"
102 Exeggcute Exeggcute is often mistaken for a half-dozen eggs. When disturbed, they quickly gather and attack in swarms. In "The March of the Exeggutor Squad," our heroic trio find themselves at a dull carnival magic show featuring Melvin the Magician and his Exeggcute. When Melvin is fired, Ash, Brock and Misty all pitch in to create a Pokémon magic show with the help of Pikachu, Squirtle, Bulbasaur and Charmander.

First appearance: Episode 43—"The March of the Exeggutor Squad"
103 Exeggutor The second and final evolutionary stage for Exeggcute. Legend has it that on rare occasions, one of its heads will drop off and continue on as an Exeggcute. In "The March of the Exeggutor Squad," the magician collects a squad of Exeggutor to hypnotize the audience into liking his show in hopes of faking success. When Team Rocket show up to cause trouble, the Exeggutor go on a wild stampede!

First appearance: Episode 43—"The March of the Exeggutor Squad"
104 Cubone Because it never removes its skull helmet, no one has ever seen this Pokémon's real face. In "The School of Hard Knocks," Giselle, a stuck-up student at Pokémon Tech, battles Ash and Pikachu with her well-trained Cubone. Pikachu battles valiantly, but Cubone is merciless. After using a strategy that the book-smart Giselle can't figure out, Pikachu tricks Cubone into getting hit on the head by its own Boomerang attack!

First appearance: Episode 9—"The School of Hard Knocks"
105 Marowak The final stage of evolution for Cubone, Marowak's bone is its key weapon. It throws the bone skillfully like a boomerang to knock out targets. In "Bad to the Bone," Ash and friends leave Pallet Town to go to the Pokémon League. On their way, they meet a trainer named Otoshi who challenges Ash to a Pokémon match. The battle begins between Otoshi's Marowak and Bulbasaur. Bulbasaur loses, but Pikachu steps in and blasts Marowak into defeat.

First appearance: Episode 77—"Bad to the Bone"
106 Hitmonlee Also known as "The Kicking Fiend." When in a hurry, its legs lengthen progressively and it runs smoothly with extra long strides. In "The Punchy Pokémon," Team Rocket steals a ferocious Hitmonlee from a trainer named Giant to enter the Pokémon Grand Prix Fighting Tournament. Although the stolen Hitmonlee was a first rate contender, Ash and his newly acquired Primeape made short work of the kicking Pokémon.

First appearance: Episode 29—"The Punchy Pokémon"
107 Hitmonchan Hitmonchan can fire punches in lightning-fast volleys that are impossible to see with the human eye. In "The Punchy Pokémon," on the outskirts of Fuchsia City, Ash sees a Hitmonchan running down the road. He and Pikachu attempt to capture the boxing Pokémon, but fail miserably. The Pokémon's trainer, Anthony, arrives soon after and relates to our heroes his desire to enter the Pokémon Grand Prix.

First appearance: Episode 29—"The Punchy Pokémon"
108 Lickitung Lickitung's tongue can be extended like a frog's, and it leaves a tingling sensation when it licks its enemies. In "The Ultimate Test," Ash signs up for the Pokémon League Admissions Exam to prove his skill as a Pokémon master, but the questions on the test are too difficult for Ash to answer correctly. One of the questions asks: "Lickitung's tongue is twice the length of its body, true or false?" Do you know the answer?

First appearance: Episode 56—"The Ultimate Test"
109 Koffing Because it stores several kinds of toxic gases in its body, Koffing is prone to exploding without warning. In Ash's first adventure, "Pokémon Emergency," Pikachu is rushed to the Viridian City Pokémon Center to be treated for severe exhaustion. When the evil Team Rocket show up, the pair send Ekans and the toxic Koffing to destroy the center. The barely recovered Pikachu and other Pokémon from the center join forces to defeat the Pokémon-snatching villains.

First appearance: Episode 2—"Pokémon Emergency"
110 Weezing The second stage of evolution for Koffing. Over many years, two Koffing can fuse into a Weezing. In "Dig Those Diglett," James' Koffing evolve into the even more foul-smelling Weezing. James once remarked that his toxic Pokémon, "smells like old sneakers soaked in stinkbug juice, mixed with some rotten eggs and a dead fish with just a touch of skunk fumes!"

First appearance: Episode 31—"Dig Those Diglett"
111 Rhyhorn Rhyhorn's massive bones are 1,000 times harder than human bones. In "Showdown at Dark City," Ash and friends are trapped in the middle of a Pokémon gang war between the rival Yas and Kaz Pokémon Gyms. The unlicensed gym trainers use their Pokémon for personal battles. During a huge battle, the gym leaders let loose several Pokémon, including a monstrous Rhyhorn who runs rampant through the town, trying defeat the other gym's Pokémon.

First appearance: Episode 42—"Showdown at Dark City"
112 Rhydon Rhydon is the second and final evolutionary stage for Rhyhorn. Protected by an armor-like hide, it is capable of living in 3,600-degree molten lava. In "Riddle Me This," our friends find themselves face to face with Blaine, the riddling Pokémon gym trainer from Cinnabar Island. In a fiery conflict, Ash chooses Charizard to battle Blaine's super-tough Rhydon. When Charizard ignores Ash and flies out of the arena, Rhydon wins the match without even battling!

First appearance: Episode 58—"Riddle Me This"
113 Chansey A rare and elusive Pokémon rumored to bring happiness to those who capture it. In "Pokémon Emergency," Ash and Pikachu find themselves weak after an encounter with a flock of wild Spearow, with Pikachu's fate resting in Ash's hands! With the help of Officer Jenny, Ash rushes Pikachu to the Viridian City Pokémon Center, where Nurse Joy and the attending Pokémon, Nurse Chansey, take Pikachu to the critical Pokémon care unit.

First appearance: Episode 2—"Pokémon Emergency"
114 Tangela The entire body of this Pokémon is covered with wide vines similar to seaweed that shake as it walks. No one has ever seen what a real Tangela looks like under its vines. In "Pokémon Scent-Sation," Ash sneaks into the Celadon City Gym after being refused entry. Ash and Bulbasaur battle Erica, the gym leader, and her vine-like Tangela. Eventually Tangela's stun spore attack knocks Bulbasaur out for the count.

First appearance: Episode 26—"Pokémon Scent-Sation"
115 Kangaskhan The infant Kangaskhan rarely ventures out of its mother's protective pouch until it is three years old. In "The Kangaskhan Kid," Officer Jenny asks Ash and the gang to help capture a group of Pokémon poachers in the safari zone. Soon, our heroes encounter a pack of wild Kangaskhan, led by a small jungle boy named Tommy. Tommy joins forces with Ash and his friends to aid in defeating the Kangaskhan-stealing Team Rocket.

First appearance: Episode 34—"The Kangaskhan Kid"
116 Horsea Horsea is known to shoot down flying bugs with precision blasts of ink from the surface of the water. In "Tentacool and Tentacruel," Ash, Misty and Brock are stranded in the small port town of Porta Vista. When Misty spies an injured Horsea in the water, she promptly captures it in her Poké Ball. After Horsea heals, it helps them discover why the Tentacool are unhappy, and aids in the battle against the gigantic mutated Tentacruel.

First appearance: Episode 19—"Tentacool and Tentacruel"
117 Seadra The Pokédex has very little information regarding this elusive water Pokémon — the second and final stage of evolution for Horsea. Of all the water-based Pokémon, Horsea is one of the smallest and weakest. On the other hand, the evolved Seadra is a powerful Pokémon that can easily defeat the toughest of opponents. Seadra is capable of swimming backwards by rapidly flapping its wing-like pectoral fins and stout tail.

First appearance: Ash has not yet encountered a Seadra.
118 Goldeen Goldeen's tail fin billows out like a ballroom dress — hence its nickname, the Water Queen. In "Pokémon Emergency" Ash and Pikachu prepare to defend the Viridian City Pokémon Center from the thieving Team Rocket. Misty steps forward, chooses a random Poké Ball from the center and lets loose Goldeen. Since water Pokémon can't battle on land, an embarrassed Misty calls it right back, while Team Rocket laughs at the mistake of our valiant heroine.

First appearance: Episode 2 — "Pokémon Emergency"
119 Seaking Seaking is the second stage of evolution for Goldeen. During the autumn spawning season, they can be seen majestically moving through rivers and creeks. In "The Misty Mermaid" Misty participates in a water ballet at the Cerulean City Gym with her three sisters. In the ballet, Misty plays a beautiful mermaid who swims through the sparkling oceans with her faithful Goldeen, Seel and Seaking, until the nefarious Team Rocket shows up!

Episode 63 — "The Misty Mermaid"
120 Staryu Staryu is an enigmatic Pokémon that can effortlessly regenerate any appendage lost in battle. In "Clefairy and the Moonstone" Ash, Misty and Brock meet Seymour, a Pokémon researcher in search of the legendary Moonstone. Our heroes find the Moonstone in the hands of a cute Clefairy, but Team Rocket's Meowth steals the precious rock! Misty calls out her Staryu and, with a swift and powerful water-gun attack, Meowth ends up all wet!

First appearance: Episode 6 — "Clefairy and the Moonstone"
121 Starmie Starmie is the second and final stage of evolution for Staryu. Starmie's central core glows like a rainbow, and some value it as a gem for jewelry. As the fourth sister of the Cerulean City Gym, Misty uses her Starmie to battle Ash's Pidgeotto for another badge in, "The Water Flowers of Cerulean City." Ash is about to win when Team Rocket arrives. Our heroes join forces with Misty's three Cerulean sisters to thwart the villains.

First appearance: Episode 7 — "The Water Flowers of Cerulean City"
122 Mr. Mime If interrupted while miming, Mr. Mime will slap its enemy with its broad hands. In "Mr. Mime Time" Ash and the gang meet Stella, a young ringmaster from a Pokémon circus, who is frustrated that her Mr. Mime refuses to perform. Brock — in an attempt to impress Stella — disguises Ash as Mr. Mime to make the real Pokémon jealous. But, when Team Rocket steals Mr. Mime, they discover that it is Ash in disguise!

First appearance: Episode 66 — "Mr. Mime Time"
123 Scyther With ninja-like agility and speed, Scyther can cast multiple illusions of itself. In "Showdown at Dark City" our band of heroes are thrown headfirst into a war between two unofficial Pokémon gyms. The Kaz Gym uses the powerful Electabuzz to rampage the city, while the Yas Gym uses the praying mantis-like Scyther to wreak havoc. Pikachu discovers that Scyther is affected by bright colors, so ketchup is poured on its head to distract it!

First appearance: Episode 42 — "Showdown at Dark City"
124 Jynx Jynx seductively wiggles its hips as it walks, and it has the power to make people dance with it. In "Holiday Hi-Jynx" Ash, Brock, Misty and Team Rocket all discover a Jynx lost in the wild, clutching tightly to a big black boot. The Jynx telepathically says that it is Santa Claus' right hand Pokémon, and that the boot belongs to Santa himself! A wild race to the North Pole follows, as Jynx and the lost boot are reunited with Santa.

First appearance: Episode 67 — "Holiday Hi-Jynx"
125 Electabuzz Normally found near power plants, Electabuzz can wander away and cause major blackouts in cities. In "Showdown at Dark City" two warring Pokémon gyms and their trainers, the Yaz and the Kaz overrun the town. The Kaz Gym uses the high-voltage Electabuzz to cause all sorts of pandemonium. Ash arrives in the deserted city and is hit with rocks thrown by the locals, who are not fond of any Pokémon trainers.

First appearance: Episode 42 — "Showdown at Dark City"
126 Magmar Magmar's body always burns with an orange glow, which enables it to hide among flames. In "Riddle Me This" Ash and Blaine, the riddling Pokémon Gym trainer from Cinnabar Island, are locked in fiery combat. In the explosive final conflict, Blaine lets loose his super-hot and super-rare Magmar to do battle against Pikachu. Since Pikachu is no match for Magmar, Ash wisely chooses to surrender rather than lose his best friend.

First appearance: Episode 58 — "Riddle Me This"
127 Pinsir If Pinsir fails to crush its victim in its pincers, it can swing the unlucky creature around and toss it toward the horizon. In "Challenge of the Samurai" Ash and his new found Pokémon friends encounter a Pokémon trainer dressed as a regal Samurai. The mysterious trainer challenges Ash to a Pokémon battle and unleashes his monstrous Pinsir upon our intrepid hero and his novice Pokémon.

First appearance: Episode 4 — "Challenge of the Samurai"
128 Tauros When Tauros targets an enemy, it charges furiously while striking the opponent with its long tails. In "The Flame Pokémon-aton" Team Rocket hatches a foul plot that causes a herd of corralled Tauros to stampede and run amok. Ranch owner Lara Laramie tries to stop them, but she falls from her Ponyta and sprains her ankle. Because she can no longer ride, Ash enters the race and eventually wins the Pokémon-athon.

First appearance: Episode 33 — "The Flame Pokémon-athon"
129 Magikarp Magikarp is a far weaker Pokémon than those it descended from. In "The Battle Aboard the St. Anne" Jessie, James and other Team Rocket agents attempt to steal dozens of Pokémon aboard a luxurious Pokémon-filled cruise ship. During their scheming, James uses his and Jessie's salary bonuses to purchase a gold-colored Poké Ball containing the almost useless Magikarp — and Jessie is not happy.

First appearance: Episode 15 — "The Battle Aboard the St. Anne"
130 Gyarados Gyarados is the second evolutionary stage for Magikarp. These vicious, snake-like Pokémon are rarely seen in the wild and are capable of destroying entire cities in a rage. In "Pokémon Shipwreck" heroes and villains lie stranded at sea on a makeshift raft. James berates his seemingly useless Magikarp and kicks it overboard. The water Pokémon turns into a monstrous Gyarados and attacks with a powerful Dragon Rage.

First appearance: Episode 18 — "Pokémon Shipwreck"
131 Lapras Over the years, this telepathic and rare water Pokémon has been hunted to near extinction. One of its abilities is to ferry people across large bodies of water. In "Holiday Hi-Jynx" Ash and friends are on a crusade to return a delinquent Jynx to its jolly owner at the North Pole — Santa Claus! The journey by sea is hampered by the slowness of Misty's Pokémon, but Santa sends Lapras to help.

First appearance: Episode 67 — "Holiday Hi-Jynx"
132 Ditto Ditto is capable of copying an enemy's genetic code to instantly transform itself into an exact duplicate of anything or anyone. In "Ditto's Mysterious Mansion" Ash and friends meet Duplica, a Pokémon trainer trying to fix up her House of Imitae. The house's main attraction is Duplica's Ditto — even though it has trouble completing its transformations. Team Rocket then steals Ditto and threatens it until its transformations are perfect.

First appearance: Episode 37 — "Ditto's Mysterious Mansion"
133 Eevee Eevee's genetic code is irregular, and it may mutate if exposed to radiation from elemental stones. In "The Battling Eevee Brothers" Ash and friends find an Eevee tied to a tree. They notice its tag and promptly return it to its owner, Michael, whose three brothers are forcing him to make the Pokémon evolve. After a confidence-building battle against Team Rocket, Michael decides to let Eevee just be itself.

First appearance: Episode 40 — "The Battling Eevee Brothers"
134 Vaporeon Vaporeon is an Eevee that has been exposed to a Water Stone. It lives close to the water, and its long, ridged, finned tail is often mistaken for a mermaid's. In "The Battling Eevee Brothers" one of Michael's older brothers' favorite water Pokémon is a Vaporeon. He tells Michael that he should use a Water Stone to evolve Eevee into Vaporeon. But when Team Rocket arrives, Vaporeon is defeated quickly by Ekans and Koffing.

First appearance: Episode 40 — "The Battling Eevee Brothers"
135 Jolteon Jolteon is an Eevee that has been exposed to a Thunder Stone. It accumulates negative ions in the atmosphere to blast out 10,000-volt lightning bolts. The second of Michael's brothers in "The Battling Eevee Brothers" tries to get him to use a Thunder Stone on Eevee. He even tries to give Ash the Thunder Stone to make Pikachu into Raichu! Team Rocket, however, just wants to steal the stones and sell them!

First appearance: Episode 40 — "The Battling Eevee Brothers"
136 Flareon Flareon is an Eevee that has been exposed to a Fire Stone. When storing thermal energy in its body, its temperature can soar to over 1,600 degrees. The third of Michael's brothers, in "The Battling Eevee Brothers" tries to convince him to use the Fire Stone on Eevee to make it into Flareon. When Team Rocket attempts to use all three stones on Eevee at once, Ash, Misty, Brock, Michael and his brothers foil their plans.

First appearance: Episode 40 — "The Battling Eevee Brothers"
137 Porygon As with the Pokémon Dragonite, there is very limited knowledge available for the "Virtual Reality" Pokémon called Porygon. Dexter has this information in the Pokédex: Porygon is a Pokémon that consists entirely of programming code, and it is capable of moving freely in cyberspace.

First appearance: Ash has not yet encountered a Porygon.
138 Omanyte Although long extinct, in rare cases Omanyte can be genetically re-created from fossils. In "Mystery at the Lighthouse" Ash, Misty and Brock are told by Professor Oak to stop by and see Bill, the Pokémon researcher, during their travels. Inside his lighthouse, hundreds of pictures of living and extinct Pokémon adorn the walls and doors. Included is a picture of Omanyte. Ash will meet a real Omanyte sooner than he thinks.

First appearance: Episode 13 — "Mystery at the Lighthouse"
139 Omastar Omastar, the second evolutionary stage for Omanyte, is a prehistoric Pokémon that became extinct when it's heavy shell made it impossible to catch prey. In "Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon" Ash and friends engage in a Pokémon fossil hunt. As Ash digs deeper into the canyon floor, the ground falls in beneath him. He plummets into an underground cave and finds himself surrounded by legions of extinct Omastar and Omanyte!

First appearance: Episode 46 — "Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon"
140 Kabuto Kabuto is an extinct Pokémon that can be re-created from an ancient fossil. In "Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon" Ash is trapped beneath the surface of a great canyon in a giant gave. As he stares into the cave, many glowing eyes from Kabuto and Kabutops stare back! These rock Pokémon don't like strangers, and they quickly chase Ash and the gang throughout the caverns of underground cave!

First appearance: Episode 46 — "Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon"
141 Kabutops Kabutops is the second evolutionary stage for Kabuto. It slashes prey with its claws and drains the bodily fluids. Its sleek shape is perfect for swimming. In "Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon" as Ash and friends try to escape from the cave, Team Rocket gets lost inside it. With Jessie leading the way and James whining about the darkness, the evil trio are chased by the ancient Pokémon in another madcap race through the cave!

First appearance: Episode 46 — "Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon"
142 Aerodactyl Aerodactyl is a ferocious perhistoric Pokémon that goes for the enemy's throat with its saw-like fangs. In "Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon" Ash is confronted with long-thought extinct Pokémon — Omastar, Omanyte, Kabuto, Kabutops and the terrifying Aerodactyl. The pterodactyl-like creature grabs Ash and is about to turn him into a snack — until the newly evolved Charizard rushes to his aid and settles the score with Aerodactyl.

First appearance: Episode 46 — "Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon"
143 Snorlax This Pokémon is very lazy — it just eats and sleeps. As its mass builds, it becomes even lazier. In "Wake Up, Snorlax" Ash and the gang hungrily enter a small village — only to find that there is no food! The river has been dry for weeks and no one knows why. Our gang discovers a giant Snorlax plugging up the water flow, but they can't get it to move. Help from a hermit and his Pokémon whistle saves the day — and lunch too!

First appearance: Episode 41 — "Wake Up, Snorlax"
144 Articuno Articuno is a legendary bird Pokémon, which is said to appear to doomed people who are lost in icy mountains. Of all the legendary birds, this is the only one — either real or mechanical — that has never been seen by any Pokémon trainer or breeder. It truly lives up to the description, "legendary."

First appearance: Ash has not yet encountered an Articuno.
145 Zapdos Zapdos is a bird Pokémon that is said to appear from the clouds, while dropping enormous lightning bolts. In "Island of the Giant Pokémon" Ash, Misty and Brock wander around a deserted island looking for their lost Pokémon and encounter a huge Zapdos screeching above! Little did they know that the Zapdos is a giant robotic Pokémon!

First appearance: Episode 17 — "Island of Giant Pokémon"
146 Moltres Moltres is known as the legendary bird of fire. Every flap of its wings creates a dazzling array of flames. In "Island of the Giant Pokémon" heroes and villains lose their Pokémon. In a desperate and difficult search for Arbok and Weezing, a gigantic robotic Moltres plagues Team Rocket, who huddle in a telephone booth for shelter. No one realizes that Pokémon Island is a theme park run by Team Rocket's notorious Boss!!!

First appearance: Episode 17 — "Island of Giant Pokémon"
147 Dratini Dratini were considered mythical Pokémon until recently, when a small colony was found living underwater. In "Ditto's Mysterious Mansion" Jessie, James and Meowth promise their Boss that they will capture Dratini, and prove that they are not failures. They attempt to steal Ditto — who can mimic Dratini — but are defeated by Ash and Pikachu. In the end, Team Rocket puts on a poorly made Dratini costume to try and fool The Boss!

First appearance: Ash has not yet encountered a Dratini
148 Dragonair The rare and resilient Dragonair is the second evolutionary stage of Dratini. According to the Pokédex, Dragonair is a mystical Pokémon that exudes a gentle aura. It has the ability to change the climate conditions surrounding its body. The gentle Dragonair and Dratini are elusive Pokémon that escaped cataloging for many years. Someday, a young Pokémon trainer will locate one of these fragile creatures.

First appearance: Ash has not yet encountered a Dragonair
149 Dragonite An extremely rare Pokémon, Dragonite has almost human-like intelligence and is the final stage of evolution for Dratini. In "Mystery at the Lighthouse" Bill, the Pokémon researcher, tells Ash, Misty and Brock about Dragonite — a Pokémon he has been searching for all his life. Outside, a huge shadow appears through the fog, answering Bill's Pokémon summons. Is it Dragonite? No one will ever know, as Team Rocket scares the creature away.

First appearance: Episode 13 — "Mystery at the Lighthouse"
150 Mewtwo Scientists, who manipulated the DNA of Mew, genetically created Mewtwo. In "Mewtwo Strikes Back" the powerful Mewtwo summons the best Pokémon trainers in the world to test their skills against his cloned Pokémon. Pokémon battle Pokémon clones, until Mew arrives to face Mewtwo. Ash leaps between the two Pokémon in order to save everyone, but dies trying. When all of the Pokémon begin to cry, their tears magically bring Ash back to life!

First appearance: Pokémon The First Movie: "Mewtwo Strikes Back"
151 Mew Mew is so rare that many experts consider it to be a mirage, as only a few people have seen it. In "Mewtwo Strikes Back" Mewtwo wreaks havoc across the world and awakens the small psychic Pokémon, Mew. A playful little creature, Mew observes others but doesn't get involved, until it discovers the horrible things that Mewtwo is doing. Mew confronts its genetic clone, and a destructive battle of psychic energy begins.

First appearance: Pokémon The First Movie: "Mewtwo Strikes Back"

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