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I don't think that's worth a mention here. It's not like it's a different Pokémon, or something like that... just that it used to be stronger
{{TrainerPoké
|nick=Substitute Doll
|type1=unknownUnknown
|img=Substitute doll animeartwork.png
|epnum=Pokémon Red and Green Versions
|epname=Pokémon Red and Green Versions
|desc=While the {{m|Substitute}} doll originally looked similar to the {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} {{p|Rhydon}}, the design evolved over time to a more neutral design. In ''[[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U]]'', its trophy description points out that, while it looks and gets attacked like a Pokémon, it is not actually one. The doll has gone on to receive several pieces of merchandise, including it'sits own plush doll and clothes.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|epname=Pokémon Red and Green Versions
|desc=[[File:199Slowking.png|right|130px]][[File:090Shellder.png|right|90px]]{{main|Shellder (Pokémon)}}<br>{{main|Slowbro (Pokémon)}}<br>{{main|Slowking (Pokémon)}}<br>
In the anime, Shellder is required to evolve Slowpoke into Slowbro or Slowking. Shellder clamps onto a Slowpoke's tail to evolve into Slowbro, or onto its head while wearing the [[King's Rock]] to evolve into a Slowking. Even though Shellder changes form drastically when it bonds with Slowpoke to evolve, it is not considered an evolution in and of itself. Mega Slowbro has the Shellder engulf most of Slowbro's body; essentially making it a shell for Mega Slowbro.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|epname=Pokémon Red and Green Versions
|desc=[[File:115Kangaskhan.png|right|130px]]{{main|Kangaskhan (Pokémon)}}<br>
Kangaskhan carries around a little blue baby Kangaskhan in their pouch. The baby Kangaskhan lacks the ridges and patches on its mother’smother's body, and its small fangs are not visible outside of its mouth. Even with the advent of {{pkmn|breeding}} and [[baby Pokémon]], the baby Kangaskhan has yet to be made into a separate Pokémon, and as a result, all Kangaskhan are born with a baby already in its pouch. As part of Kangaskhan's [[Mega Evolution]], however, the baby is capable of {{a|Parental Bond|fighting alongside its mother}}.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|epname=The Reawakening
|desc=[[File:Entei Raikou Suicune.png|right|130px]]{{main|Raikou (Pokémon)}}<br>{{main|Entei (Pokémon)}}<br>{{main|Suicune (Pokémon)}}<br>
It is said that the legendaryLegendary beasts {{p|Raikou}}, {{p|Entei}}, and {{p|Suicune}} were reincarnated after they died in the fire that burned down the [[Brass Tower]] by {{p|Ho-ohOh}}. They were said to represent the thunderlightning that struck the tower, the fire that burned the tower down, and the rain that put it out. While it is unknown in the games if these three were already a Raikou, Entei, and Suicune before they were revived, the ''[[Pokémon Generations]]'' short titled ''[[PG06|The Reawakening]]'' showed that they were three, nameless Pokémon.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|epname=Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon
|desc={{main|Dark Matter}}<br>
Dark Matter is a living lifeform that is trying to send all Pokémon to the [[Voidlands]] and to return the [[{{OBP|Pokémon world (|Mystery Dungeon)|Pokémon world]]}} to the void. It can be fought after clearing [[Tree of Life: Trunk]]. Although Dark Matter is not considered to be a real Pokémon, it can use moves against Pokémon and can give itself a random type.}}
 
===In the anime===
|desc=[[File:Kabutops concept art.png|right|380px]]This is the only representation in the anime, albeit in statue form, of the aquatic life that {{p|Kabutops}} is said to have feasted on in most [[Kabutops (Pokémon)#Pokédex entries 2|Pokédex entries]] since {{game|Red and Blue|s}}.
 
Kabutops and the fish first appeared in concept art from {{game|Red and Green|s}} and bears some similaritysimilarities to the silhouette on the [[Neo Genesis]] card ''{{TCG ID|Neo Genesis|Super Rod|103}}''.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|epnum=EP163
|epname=Fossil Fools
|desc=[[File:343Baltoy.png|right|120px]][[File:344Claydol.png|right|130px]]This clay artifact that looks like a Pokémon appeared in ''[[EP163|Fossil Fools]]'' and then again over 9 nine-and -a -half years later in ''[[DP181|Bucking the Treasure Trend!]]''. [[Professor Oak]] descibes it as an "ancient Pokémon [[fossil]] [or] artifact".<br>
It is similar to the Clay Doll Pokémon {{p|Baltoy}} and {{p|Claydol}} and thus may have been based on ''{{wp|Dogū|shakōki-dogū}}'', clay figurines from the {{wp|Jōmon period}} of Japanese history.}}
 
|epnum=EP244
|epname=Enlighten Up!
|desc=[[File:130Gyarados-Mega.png|right|120px]]In a sequence where the main characters see their dreams for the future, Misty sees herself chasing an unknown "legendary water Pokémon". The only part of the Pokémon the viewer sees is a giant fin, which is similarreminiscent to that of the then-unreleased {{me|Gyarados}}.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
Unreleased Unown seen on Professor Oak's computer. Due to the introduction of two additional Unown forms in [[Generation III]], some fans have speculated that these may have been very early prototypes for new forms of {{p|Unown}}. Some of the Unown resemble various Greek and Cyrillic letters, namely {{wp|Я}}, {{wp|Ω}}, {{wp|Σ}}, {{wp|б}}, {{wp|Д}}, {{wp|ω}}, {{wp|Pi (letter)|Π}}, and {{wp|σ}}.
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File:Unreleased Unown 2.png
File:Unreleased Unown 3.png
File:Unreleased Unown 4.png
</gallery>
}}
|epnum=M03
|epname=Spell of the Unown: Entei
|desc=[[File:267Beautifly.png|right|120px]]An unnamed fairy was seen in [[Molly Hale]]'s book of Legendary Pokémon in ''[[M03|Spell of the Unown: Entei]]''. It has some similaritysimilarities to {{p|Beautifly}}.}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|epnum=M03
|epname=Spell of the Unown: Entei
|desc=<!--Do NOT add Solgaleo, it shares nothing in common with this sun creature other than sharing a motif.-->An unnamed sun was seen in [[Molly Hale]]'s book of Legendary Pokémon in ''[[M03|Spell of the Unown: Entei]]''.<!--Do NOT add Solgaleo, it shares nothing in common with this sun creature other than sharing a motif.-->}}
 
{{TrainerPoké
|type1=Ghost
|type2=Dragon
|img=MagquazaMismagius Rayquaza.png
|epnum=DP043
|epname=Malice In Wonderland!
|epnum=PO01
|epname=File 1: Red
|desc=In [[Pokémon Origins]], Anan unknown cat-like creature with draconic wings appears briefly in Brock's Gym during the first episode.}}
 
===In the manga===
|epnum=PPP18
|epname=The Best Gift Ever
|desc='''Marin''' (Japanese: '''マリン''' ''Marin'') is a Pokémon appearing in the [[Magical Pokémon Journey]] manga. It appears only on the title page of ''[[PPP18|The Best Gift Ever]]''. According to commentary by [[Yumi Tsukirino]], Marin was designed by a fan in a "draw {{MPJ|Pikachu}}'s friend" contest in Japan held by Ciao magazine (Japanese: '''ちゃお''') and first published in the December 1998 issue of the same magazine in which the cover page is presented in color, and Marin's body is shown to be entirely blue.}}
 
In the magazine version, in which the cover page is presented in color, Marin's body is shown to be entirely blue.}}
 
====In the [[Pokémon Adventures]] manga====
|epname=Ring Around the Roserade I
|desc=[[File:483Dialga.png|right|130px]][[File:484Palkia.png|right|120px]]{{main|Dialga (Pokémon)}}<br>{{main|Palkia (Pokémon)}}<br>
In the [[Pokémon Adventures]] {{pkmn|manga}} the statue in [[Eterna City]] is neither Dialga or Palkia but a combination of the two statues. This is a reflection of the statue's appearance in {{game|Diamond and Pearl|s}} and {{game|Platinum}} being ambiguously shaped in order to represent a different member of the duo in each game.
 
After seeing the two Pokémon for the first time in [[Spear Pillar]], {{adv|Pearl}} theorized that the statue could represent how ancient people saw the two Pokémon fighting inside a distortion of space and time which led them to believe it was one Pokémon.}}
{{TrainerPoké
|nick=Red's unnamed Pokémon
|type1=BugUnknown
|img=Red unnamed Bug Pokémon PM.png
|epnum=PM002
|epname=The Big Battle In The Viridian Forest!!
|desc=This unknown {{type|Bug}} Pokémon was captured by {{OBPPPM|Red|Pocket Monsters}} in ''[[PM002|The Big Battle In The Viridian Forest!!]]''. It was his second Pokémon, after Clefairy. OtherIt thanis thenever factnamed that it is a Bug-type,and the only other thing known about this Pokémon is that it is supposedly very weak. It escaped from its Poké Ball in the same chapter. Although it is commonly seen as a {{type|Bug}} by the fandom, it is most likely a really off-model Diglett as [https://qbertp.tumblr.com/post/177028166016/the-strange-case-of-manga-exclusive-pok%C3%A9mon later representations of Diglett by Anakubo] seem to confirm.
}}
{{TrainerPoké
|nick=Three-eyed Persian
 
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