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Available Pokémon: tabularizing this giant list to be more easy on the eyes (WIP)
Currently, only Pokémon introduced in [[Generation]]s {{gen|I}}, {{gen|II}}, {{gen|III}}, and {{{gen|IV}}}, along with {{p|Meltan}} and {{p|Melmetal}} are available in the game. From the first four generations, the following and their alternate forms are currently unobtainable:
* {{p|Kecleon}}
* {{p|Jirachi}}
* {{p|Mime Jr.}}
* {{p|Rotom}}
* {{p|Arceus}}
 
When{| the game was initially released, most Generation I Pokémon were available. The game has gradually updated to include previously unavailable Pokémon, primarily those from later generations. Shiny Pokémon were also not initially available, but on March 27, 2017,class="roundy" style="background:#{{Shinynight color}}; Magikarpborder:3px andsolid Gyarados#{{blue werecolor made available, with more being gradually released after August.light}}"
*|- November 23, 2016style="background-color: #{{p|Ditto}}blue becamecolor available, appearing disguised as {{p|Pidgeylight}},; {{p|Rattata}}, {{p|Zubat}}, or {{p|Magikarp}}.color:#fff"
* December 12, 2016: Generation II [[baby Pokémon]] became available, exclusively from! style="{{pkmnroundytl|Eggs5px}}; (specificallywidth:80px" {{p|Pichu}}, {{p|Cleffa}}, {{p|Igglybuff}}, {{p|Togepi}}, {{p|Smoochum}}, {{p|Elekid}}, and {{p|Magby}}). {{p|Togetic}} also became available by consequence by evolving Togepi.Date
*! February 16, 2017style="width:400px" Most remaining [[Generation II]] Pokémon became available, excepting only {{p|Delibird}} and {{p|Smeargle}}. This included allowing [[Generation I]]Available Pokémon that have [[Generation II]] [[List of Pokémon with cross-generational evolutions|cross-generational evolutions]] to evolve into those Pokémon and {{p|Togetic}} now appearing in the wild. {{p|Ditto}} also became able to appear disguised as {{p|Hoothoot}}, {{p|Sentret}}, or {{p|Yanma}}.
* July 22, 2017: [[Legendary Pokémon]] began to become available through [[Raid Battle]]s.! style="{{proundytr|Lugia5px}}" was introduced immediately. {{p|Articuno}} was available from July 22 to July 31, {{p|Moltres}} from July 31 to August 7, and {{p|Zapdos}} from August 7 to August 14. From August 14 to August 31, Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres were made simultaneously available.Notes
* August 12, 2017: Ditto became able to appear disguised as {{p|Pikachu}}.-style=background:#fff
*| AugustJul 146, 2017:2016 The first {{p|Mewtwo}}| [[RaidAll Battle]]Generation occured at theI Pokémon GOexcept Stadium event. Mewtwo was subsequently available in field tests of "Exclusive" or EX Raid Battles,Ditto and onLegendary NovemberPokémon 21,|| 2017, the field test concluded and the mature EX Raid Battle system was announced. Mewtwo was made available through normal raids on September 20,Initial 2018.release
* August 31, 2017: {{p|Raikou}}, {{p|Entei}}, and {{p|Suicune}} became available through Raid Battles in (respectively) the Americas, Europe and Africa, and the Asia-Pacific region from August 31 to September 30. On September 30, they then migrated to the preceding region. On October 31, they migrated a final time, until their availability ended on November 30.style=background:#fff
*| OctoberNov 2023, 2017:2016 The|| Generation{{MSP|132|Ditto}} || {{p|Ditto}} became available, IIIappearing Ghost-typedisguised Pokémonas {{p|SableyePidgey}}, {{p|ShuppetRattata}}, {{p|BanetteZubat}}, or {{p|DuskullMagikarp}}<br>{{p|Ditto}} also became able to appear disguised as {{p|Hoothoot}}, {{p|Sentret}}, andor {{p|DusclopsYanma}} becamestarting available.February 16, 2017
* November 28, 2017: {{p|Ho-Oh}} became available through Raid Battles after the successful Global Catch Challenge, lasting until December 14.style=background:#fff
*| DecemberDec 812, 2017:2016 50 Generation III Pokémon became available. These included the baby Pokémon {{p|Azurill}} and {{p|Wynaut}} as well as the following families: {{pMSP|Treecko}}, {{p172|TorchicPichu}}, {{pMSP|Mudkip}}, {{p173|PoochyenaCleffa}}, {{pMSP|Zigzagoon}}, {{p174|WurmpleIgglybuff}}, {{pMSP|Seedot}}, {{p175|RaltsTogepi}}, {{pMSP|Shroomish}}, {{p176|SlakothTogetic}}, {{pMSP|Makuhita}}, {{p238|SkittySmoochum}}, {{pMSP|Mawile}}, {{p239|MedititeElekid}}, {{pMSP|Electrike}}, {{p240|PlusleMagby}}, {{p|Minun}}, {{p|Roselia}}, {{p|Gulpin}},Generation {{p|Spoink}},II {{p|Zangoose}},[[baby {{p|Seviper}}Pokémon]] became available, andexclusively from {{ppkmn|AbsolEggs}}. Mawile and Absol were only available through Raid Battles.<ref>[https://www.reddit.com/r/TheSilphRoad/comments/7iijxb/the_official_50_gen_3_list/ The Official 50 Gen 3 list : TheSilphRoad]</ref>
* December 15, 2017|-style=background: {{p|Groudon}} became available through Raid Battles, lasting until January 15, 2018. {{p|Kyogre}} and {{p|Rayquaza}} followed, available from January 12 to February 14 and February 9 to March 16, respectively.#fff
*| DecemberFeb 2216, 2017: 20 additional Generation III Pokémon and|| {{pMSP|Delibird152|Chikorita}} became available. The following families were introduced: {{pMSP|153|LotadBayleef}}, {{pMSP|154|CarvanhaMeganium}}, {{pMSP|Wailmer155|Cyndaquil}}, {{pMSP|Barboach156|Quilava}}, {{pMSP|Corphish157|Typhlosion}}, {{pMSP|Feebas158|Totodile}}, {{pMSP|159|SnoruntCroconaw}}, {{pMSP|Spheal160|Feraligatr}}<br>{{MSP|161|Sentret}}{{MSP|162|Furret}}{{MSP|163|Hoothoot}}{{MSP|164|Noctowl}}{{MSP|165|Ledyba}}{{MSP|166|Ledian}}{{MSP|167|Spinarak}}{{MSP|168|Ariados}}{{MSP|169|Crobat}}<br>{{MSP|170|Chinchou}}{{MSP|171|Lanturn}}{{MSP|177|Natu}}{{MSP|178|Xatu}}{{MSP|179|Mareep}}{{MSP|180|Flaaffy}}{{MSP|181|Ampharos}}{{MSP|182|Bellossom}}<br>{{MSP|183|Marill}}{{MSP|184|Azumarill}}{{MSP|185|Sudowoodo}}{{MSP|186|Politoed}}{{MSP|187|Hoppip}}{{MSP|188|Skiploom}}{{MSP|189|Jumpluff}}{{MSP|190|Aipom}}<br>{{MSP|191|Sunkern}}{{MSP|192|Sunflora}}{{MSP|193|Yanma}}{{MSP|194|Wooper}}{{MSP|195|Quagsire}}{{MSP|196|Espeon}}{{MSP|197|Umbreon}}{{MSP|198|Murkrow}}{{MSP|199|Slowking}}<br>{{MSP|200|Misdreavus}}{{MSP|202|Wobbuffet}}{{MSP|203|Girafarig}}{{MSP|204|Pineco}}{{MSP|205|Forretress}}{{MSP|206|Dunsparce}}{{MSP|207|Gligar}}{{MSP|208|Steelix}}<br>{{MSP|209|Snubbull}}{{MSP|210|Granbull}}{{MSP|211|Qwilfish}}{{MSP|212|Scizor}}{{MSP|213|Shuckle}}{{MSP|214|Heracross}}{{MSP|215|Sneasel}}{{MSP|216|Teddiursa}}{{MSP|217|Ursaring}}<br>{{MSP|218|Slugma}}{{MSP|219|Magcargo}}{{MSP|220|Swinub}}{{MSP|221|Piloswine}}{{MSP|222|Corsola}}{{MSP|223|Remoraid}}{{MSP|224|Octillery}}{{MSP|226|Mantine}}{{MSP|227|Skarmory}}<br>{{MSP|228|Houndour}}{{MSP|229|Houndoom}}{{MSP|230|Kingdra}}{{MSP|231|Phanpy}}{{MSP|232|Donphan}}{{MSP|233|Porygon2}}{{MSP|234|Stantler}}{{MSP|236|Tyrogue}}{{MSP|237|Hitmontop}}<br>{{MSP|241|Miltank}}{{MSP|242|Blissey}}{{MSP|246|Larvitar}}{{MSP|247|Pupitar}}{{MSP|248|Tyranitar}} || Most remaining [[Generation II]] Pokémon became available, except {{p|RelicanthDelibird}}, and {{p|LuvdiscSmeargle}}.<ref> This included allowing [https://www.reddit.com/r/TheSilphRoad/comments/7lh0hz/generation_3_pokemon_release_status_wild_nest/[Generation I]] Pokémon that have [[Generation 3II]] pokemon[[List releaseof statusPokémon (wild,with nest,...)cross-generational :evolutions|cross-generational TheSilphRoadevolutions]</ref>] to evolve into those Pokémon and {{p|Togetic}} now appearing in the wild.
* January 23, 2018|-style=background: 23 additional Generation III Pokémon became available. The following families were introduced: {{p|Whismur}}, {{p|Nosepass}}, {{p|Aron}}, {{p|Numel}}, {{p|Torkoal}}, {{p|Trapinch}}, {{p|Cacnea}}, {{p|Lunatone}}, {{p|Solrock}}, {{p|Baltoy}}, {{p|Lileep}}, and {{p|Anorith}}.#fff
*| FebruaryJul 922, 2018:2017 19 additional Generation III Pokémon are released. The following families were introduced: {{p|Taillow}}, {{p|Wingull}}, {{pMSP|Surskit}}, {{p144|VolbeatArticuno}}, {{pMSP|Illumise}}, {{p249|SwabluLugia}}, {{p|Castform}}, {{p|Tropius}}, {{p|Chimecho}},[[Legendary Pokémon]] first available through [[Raid Battle]]s<br>{{p|BagonArticuno}}, andfirst available in Raid {{p|Beldum}}.Battles from July 22 to July 31
* March 30, 2018: {{p|Mew}} became available through the [[Special Research]] mode that was activated alongside [[Field Research]] on the same day.-style=background:#fff
*| AprilJul 231, 2018:2017 || {{pMSP|146|LatiasMoltres}} and|| {{p|LatiosMoltres}} becamefirst available throughin Raid Battles. Latiasfrom wasJuly available in available in Europe, Asia, and Australia while Latios could be found in North America, South America, and Africa. They switched locations on May 8, and were available31 untilto JuneAugust 5.7
* May 30, 2018|-style=background: [[Regional variant|Alolan]] {{p|Exeggutor}} became available.#fff
*| JuneAug 217, 2018:2017 [[Regional variant|Alolan]] versions of the {{p|Rattata}}, {{pMSP|Meowth}}, {{p145|GrimerZapdos}}, {{p|Vulpix}}, and| {{p|SandshrewZapdos}} lines becamefirst available through special 7km Eggs obtained via Gifts. Alolan {{p|Rattata}} and {{p|Raticate}} became catchable in the wild on June 23.<ref>[https://www.reddit.com/r/TheSilphRoad/comments/8t7plx/alolan_rattata_appearing_on_my_sightings/ AlolanRaid RattataBattles appearingfrom onAugust my7 sightings!to :August TheSilphRoad]</ref>14
* July 14, 2018|-style=background: [[Regional variant|Alolan]] {{p|Geodude}} and {{p|Diglett}} were made temporarily available to catch in the wild. Starting on July 19, they became exclusive to 7km Eggs.#fff
*| JulyAug 1914, 2018:2017 [[Regional variant|Alolan]]| {{pMSP|Raichu150|Mewtwo}} and|| The first {{p|MarowakMewtwo}} became available through [[Raid Battle]]s occured at the Pokémon GO Stadium event. Mewtwo was subsequently available in field tests of "Exclusive" or EX Raid Battles, and on November 21, 2017, the field test concluded and the mature EX Raid Battle system was announced. Mewtwo was made available through normal raids on September 20, 2018.
* August 1, 2018: {{p|Spinda}} became available through [[Field Research]].-style=background:#fff
*| AugustAug 2031, 2018:2017 || {{MSP|243|Raikou}}{{MSP|244|Entei}}{{MSP|245|Suicune}} || {{p|CelebiRaikou}}, {{p|Entei}}, and {{p|Suicune}} became available through [[SpecialRaid Research]]Battles in (respectively) the Americas, Europe and Africa, and the Asia-Pacific region from August 31 to September 30.<ref>[https://www On September 30, they then migrated to the preceding region.reddit.com/r/TheSilphRoad/comments/98wwsn/celebi_quest_is_live/ CelebiOn QuestOctober is31, Livethey :migrated TheSilphRoad]</ref>a final time, until their availability ended on November 30.
* September 21, 2018: {{p|Deoxys}} became available through EX Raid Battles, replacing Mewtwo.-style=background:#fff
*| OctoberOct 1620, 2018:2017 26 [[Generation IV]] Pokémon became available. The following families were introduced: {{p|Turtwig}}, {{p|Chimchar}}, {{pMSP|Piplup}}, {{p302|StarlySableye}}, {{pMSP|Bidoof}}, {{p353|KricketotShuppet}}, {{pMSP|Shinx354|Banette}}, {{pMSP|Pachirisu355|Duskull}}, {{pMSP|356|BunearyDusclops}}, {{p|Chatot}},| The {{p|Riolu}}Generation III Ghost-type Pokémon became available, andin {{p|Carnivine}}.<ref>[https://www.reddit.com/r/TheSilphRoad/comments/9osjy5/updated_list_of_26_available_gen_iv_pokémon/conjunction with the upcoming :Halloween TheSilphRoad]</ref>event
* October 23, 2018|-style=background: 6 additional Generation IV Pokémon became available. The following families were introduced: {{p|Drifloon}}, {{p|Stunky}}, {{p|Spiritomb}}, and {{p|Giratina}}. Spiritomb can be obtained in a [[Special Research]], while Giratina is available in raids from October 23 until November 20.#fff
*| NovemberNov 128, 2018:2017 {{p|Nincada}},| {{pMSP|Ninjask250|Ho-Oh}}, and|| {{p|ShedinjaHo-Oh}} became available. Nincadathrough isRaid exclusiveBattles throughafter [[Fieldthe Research]],successful andGlobal ShedinjaCatch throughChallenge, [[Fieldlasting Research#Researchuntil Breakthrough|ResearchDecember Breakthrough]]14.
* November 6, 2018|-style=background: {{p|Buizel}}, {{p|Floatzel}}, and {{p|Budew}} became available.#fff
*| NovemberDec 148, 2018:2017 11 additional Generation IV Pokémon became available:|| {{pMSP|Roserade252|Treecko}}, {{pMSP|Mismagius253|Grovyle}}, {{pMSP|Honchkrow254|Sceptile}}, {{pMSP|Weavile255|Torchic}}, {{pMSP|Rhyperior256|Combusken}}, {{pMSP|Electivire257|Blaziken}}, {{pMSP|Magmortar258|Mudkip}}, {{pMSP|Togekiss259|Marshtomp}}, {{pMSP|260|GliscorSwampert}}, <br>{{pMSP|Porygon-Z261|Poochyena}}, and {{pMSP|Dusknoir262|Mightyena}}{{MSP|263|Zigzagoon}}{{MSP|264|Linoone}}{{MSP|265|Wurmple}}{{MSP|266|Silcoon}}{{MSP|267|Beautifly}}{{MSP|268|Cascoon}}{{MSP|269|Dustox}}<br>{{MSP|273|Seedot}}{{MSP|274|Nuzleaf}}{{MSP|275|Shiftry}}{{MSP|280|Ralts}}{{MSP|281|Kirlia}}{{MSP|282|Gardevoir}}{{MSP|285|Shroomish}}{{MSP|286|Breloom}}<br>{{MSP|287|Slakoth}}{{MSP|288|Vigoroth}}{{MSP|289|Slaking}}{{MSP|296|Makuhita}}{{MSP|297|Hariyama}}{{MSP|298|Azurill}}{{MSP|300|Skitty}}{{MSP|301|Delcatty}}{{MSP|303|Mawile}}<br>{{MSP|307|Meditite}}{{MSP|308|Medicham}}{{MSP|309|Electrike}}{{MSP|310|Manectric}}{{MSP|311|Plusle}}{{MSP|312|Minun}}{{MSP|315|Roselia}}{{MSP|316|Gulpin}}{{MSP|317|Swalot}}<br>{{MSP|325|Spoink}}{{MSP|326|Grumpig}}{{MSP|335|Zangoose}}{{MSP|336|Seviper}}{{MSP|359|Absol}}{{MSP|360|Wynaut}}. All|| are50 theGeneration evolved forms of earlier generationIII Pokémon, andbecame require a [[Sinnoh Stone]] to be obtainedavailable.<br>Mawile {{p|Meltan}}and isAbsol alsowere madeonly available viathrough theRaid Battles.<ref>[[Mysteryhttps://www.reddit.com/r/TheSilphRoad/comments/7iijxb/the_official_50_gen_3_list/ Box]],The andOfficial can50 evolveGen into3 {{p|Melmetal}}list with: 400 Candy.TheSilphRoad]</ref>
* November 20, 2018: {{p|Cresselia}} became available in raids until December 18.-style=background:#fff
*| DecemberDec 1815, 2018:2017 14 additional Generation IV Pokémon became available. The {{p|Bronzor}}, {{p|Skorupi}}, {{pMSP|Croagunk}}, {{p383|FinneonGroudon}} and {{p|Snover}} lines were released to the wild, {{p|Chingling}}, {{p|Munchlax}}, and {{p|MantykeGroudon}} became available inthrough 7kmRaid eggsBattles, and {{p|Heatran}} became available in raidslasting until January 15, 20192018.
* January 30, 2019: {{p|Palkia}} became available in raids until February 28.-style=background:#fff
*| FebruaryDec 121, 2019:2017 || {{MSP|225|Delibird}}<br>{{MSP|270|Lotad}}{{MSP|271|Lombre}}{{MSP|272|Ludicolo}}{{MSP|318|Carvanha}}{{MSP|319|Sharpedo}}{{MSP|320|Wailmer}}{{MSP|321|Wailord}}{{MSP|339|Barboach}}{{MSP|340|Whiscash}}<br>{{MSP|341|Corphish}}{{MSP|342|Crawdaunt}}{{MSP|349|Feebas}}{{MSP|350|Milotic}}{{MSP|361|Snorunt}}{{MSP|362|Glalie}}{{MSP|363|Spheal}}{{MSP|364|Sealeo}}{{MSP|365|Walrein}}{{MSP|369|Relicanth}}{{MSP|370|Luvdisc}} || 1420 additional Generation IVIII Pokémon became available. The following families were introduced: {{p|CranidosLotad}}, {{p|ShieldonCarvanha}}, {{p|CombeeWailmer}} and, {{p|GlameowBarboach}} lines became available., {{p|AmbipomCorphish}}, {{p|LickilickyFeebas}}, {{p|TangrowthSnorunt}}, {{p|YanmegaSpheal}}, {{p|GalladeRelicanth}}, and {{p|FroslassLuvdisc}}.<ref>[https://www.reddit.com/r/TheSilphRoad/comments/7lh0hz/generation_3_pokemon_release_status_wild_nest/ areGeneration the3 evolvedpokemon formsrelease ofstatus earlier generation(wild, Pokémonnest,...) and: requireTheSilphRoad]</ref><br>{{p|Delibird}} abecame [[Sinnohavailable Stone]]exclusively toduring the beHoliday obtainedevent.
* February 13, 2019: {{p|Happiny}} became available through 7km eggs.-style=background:#fff
*| FebruaryJan 1612, 2019:2018 || {{pMSP|382|MamoswineKyogre}} became available as part of the|| {{p|SwinubKyogre}} [[Communitybecame Day]]available bythrough evolvingRaid {{p|Piloswine}}Battles, withlasting auntil [[SinnohFebruary 15, Stone]]2018.
* February 23, 2019: The {{p|Clamperl}} line became available through Limited Research.-style=background:#fff
*| FebruaryJan 2523, 2019:2018 || {{pMSP|293|SmeargleWhismur}}{{MSP|294|Loudred}}{{MSP|295|Exploud}}{{MSP|299|Nosepass}}{{MSP|304|Aron}}{{MSP|305|Lairon}}{{MSP|306|Aggron}}{{MSP|322|Numel}}{{MSP|323|Camerupt}}{{MSP|324|Torkoal}}<br>{{MSP|328|Trapinch}}{{MSP|329|Vibrava}}{{MSP|330|Flygon}}{{MSP|331|Cacnea}}{{MSP|332|Cacturne}}{{MSP|337|Lunatone}}{{MSP|338|Solrock}}{{MSP|343|Baltoy}}{{MSP|344|Claydol}}<br>{{MSP|345|Lileep}}{{MSP|346|Cradily}}{{MSP|347|Anorith}}{{MSP|348|Armaldo}} || 23 additional Generation III Pokémon became available. throughThe usingfollowing thefamilies ARwere Cameraintroduced: {{p|Whismur}}, {{p|Nosepass}}, {{p|Aron}}, {{p|Numel}}, {{p|Torkoal}}, {{p|Trapinch}}, {{p|Cacnea}}, {{p|Lunatone}}, {{p|Solrock}}, {{p|Baltoy}}, {{p|Lileep}}, and {{p|Anorith}}.
* March 1, 2019: {{p|Dialga}} became available in raids until March 28.-style=background:#fff
*| AprilFeb 309, 2019:2018 || {{pMSP|Uxie276|Taillow}}, {{pMSP|Mesprit277|Swellow}}, and {{pMSP|Azelf278|Wingull}}{{MSP|279|Pelipper}}{{MSP|283|Surskit}}{{MSP|284|Masquerain}}{{MSP|313|Volbeat}}{{MSP|314|Illumise}}<br>{{MSP|333|Swablu}}{{MSP|334|Altaria}}{{MSP|351|Castform}}{{MSP|351H|Castform}}{{MSP|351R|Castform}}{{MSP|351S|Castform}}{{MSP|357|Tropius}}{{MSP|358|Chimecho}}<br>{{MSP|371|Bagon}}{{MSP|372|Shelgon}}{{MSP|373|Salamence}}{{MSP|374|Beldum}}{{MSP|375|Metang}}{{MSP|376|Metagross}}<br>{{MSP|384|Rayquaza}} became|| available19 inadditional theGeneration wild,III andPokémon laterare in raidsreleased. The following families were introduced: {{p|ShellosTaillow}}, and{{p|Wingull}}, {{p|GastrodonSurskit}}, were{{p|Volbeat}}, also{{p|Illumise}}, accidently{{p|Swablu}}, made{{p|Castform}}, available{{p|Tropius}}, in{{p|Chimecho}}, the{{p|Bagon}}, wildand for about 30 minutes{{p|Beldum}}.
* May 17, 2019: 14 additional Generation IV Pokémon became available, with the {{p|Burmy}}, {{p|Cherubi}}, {{p|Gible}} and {{p|Hippopotas}} lines. {{p|Magnezone}}, {{p|Leafeon}}, {{p|Glaceon}} and {{p|Probopass}} were new evolutions of old Pokémon, available through new types of Lure Module. Additionally, Shellos and Gastrodon were formally and permanently added, with their forms becoming region-exclusive several hours after initial release.style=background:#fff
| Mar 27, 2018 || {{MSP|151|Mew}} || {{p|Mew}} became available through the [[Special Research]] mode that was activated alongside [[Field Research]] on the same day.
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| Apr 2, 2018 || {{MSP|380|Latias}}{{MSP|381|Latios}} || {{p|Latias}} and {{p|Latios}} became available through Raid Battles. Latias was available in available in Europe, Asia, and Australia while Latios could be found in North America, South America, and Africa. They switched locations on May 8, and were available until June 5.
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| May 30, 2018 || {{MSP|103A|Exeggutor}} || {{alo|Exeggutor}} became available.
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| Jun 21, 2018 || {{MSP|019A|Rattata}}{{MSP|020A|Raticate}}{{MSP|027A|Sandshrew}}{{MSP|028A|Sandslash}}{{MSP|037A|Vulpix}}{{MSP|038A|Ninetales}}{{MSP|052A|Meowth}}{{MSP|053A|Persian}}{{MSP|088A|Grimer}}{{MSP|089A|Muk}}<br>{{MSP|379|Registeel}} || {{alo|Rattata}}, {{p|Meowth}}, {{p|Grimer}}, {{p|Vulpix}}, and {{p|Sandshrew}} lines became available through special 7km Eggs obtained via Gifts. Alolan {{p|Rattata}} and {{p|Raticate}} became catchable in the wild on June 23.<ref>[https://www.reddit.com/r/TheSilphRoad/comments/8t7plx/alolan_rattata_appearing_on_my_sightings/ Alolan Rattata appearing on my sightings! : TheSilphRoad]</ref>
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| Jul 14, 2018 || {{MSP|050A|Diglett}}{{MSP|051A|Dugtrio}}{{MSP|074A|Geodude}}{{MSP|075A|Graveler}}{{MSP|076A|Golem}} || {{alo|Geodude}} and {{p|Diglett}} were made temporarily available to catch in the wild. Starting on July 19, they became exclusive to 7km Eggs.
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| Jul 19, 2018 || {{MSP|026A|Raichu}}{{MSP|105A|Marowak}}<br>{{MSP|378|Regice}} || [[Regional variant|Alolan]] {{p|Raichu}} and {{p|Marowak}} became available through [[Raid Battle]]s.
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| Aug 1, 2018 || {{MSP|327|Spinda}} || {{p|Spinda}} became available through [[Field Research]].
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| Aug 20, 2018 || {{MSP|251|Celebi}} || {{p|Celebi}} became available through [[Special Research]].<ref>[https://www.reddit.com/r/TheSilphRoad/comments/98wwsn/celebi_quest_is_live/ Celebi Quest is Live : TheSilphRoad]</ref>
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| Sep 13, 2018 || {{MSP|377|Regirock}} ||
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| Sep 15, 2018 || {{MSP|201|Unown}} ||
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| Sep 21, 2018 || {{MSP|386|Deoxys}} || {{p|Deoxys}} became available through EX Raid Battles, replacing Mewtwo.
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| Oct 16, 2018 || {{MSP|387|Turtwig}}{{MSP|388|Grotle}}{{MSP|389|Torterra}}{{MSP|390|Chimchar}}{{MSP|391|Monferno}}{{MSP|392|Infernape}}{{MSP|393|Piplup}}{{MSP|394|Prinplup}}{{MSP|395|Empoleon}}<br>{{MSP|396|Starly}}{{MSP|397|Staravia}}{{MSP|398|Staraptor}}{{MSP|399|Bidoof}}{{MSP|400|Bibarel}}{{MSP|401|Kricketot}}{{MSP|402|Kricketune}}<br>{{MSP|403|Shinx}}{{MSP|404|Luxio}}{{MSP|405|Luxray}}{{MSP|417|Pachirisu}}{{MSP|427|Buneary}}{{MSP|428|Lopunny}}{{MSP|441|Chatot}}{{MSP|447|Riolu}}{{MSP|448|Lucario}}{{MSP|455|Carnivine}} || 26 [[Generation IV]] Pokémon became available. The following families were introduced: {{p|Turtwig}}, {{p|Chimchar}}, {{p|Piplup}}, {{p|Starly}}, {{p|Bidoof}}, {{p|Kricketot}}, {{p|Shinx}}, {{p|Pachirisu}}, {{p|Buneary}}, {{p|Chatot}}, {{p|Riolu}}, and {{p|Carnivine}}.<ref>[https://www.reddit.com/r/TheSilphRoad/comments/9osjy5/updated_list_of_26_available_gen_iv_pokémon/ : TheSilphRoad]</ref>
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| Oct 23, 2018 || {{MSP|425|Drifloon}}{{MSP|426|Drifblim}}{{MSP|434|Stunky}}{{MSP|435|Skuntank}}{{MSP|442|Spiritomb}}{{MSP|487|Giratina}} || 6 additional Generation IV Pokémon became available. The following families were introduced: {{p|Drifloon}}, {{p|Stunky}}, {{p|Spiritomb}}, and {{p|Giratina}}. Spiritomb can be obtained in a [[Special Research]], while Giratina is available in raids from October 23 until November 20.
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| Nov 1, 2018 || {{MSP|290|Nincada}}{{MSP|291|Ninjask}}{{MSP|292|Shedinja}} || Nincada is exclusive through [[Field Research]], and Shedinja through [[Field Research#Research Breakthrough|Research Breakthrough]].
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| Nov 6, 2018 || {{MSP|406|Budew}}{{MSP|418|Buizel}}{{MSP|419|Floatzel}} ||
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| Nov 14, 2018 || {{MSP|407|Roserade}}{{MSP|429|Mismagius}}{{MSP|430|Honchkrow}}{{MSP|461|Weavile}}{{MSP|464|Rhyperior}}{{MSP|466|Electivire}}{{MSP|467|Magmortar}}{{MSP|468|Togekiss}}{{MSP|472|Gliscor}}{{MSP|474|Porygon-Z}}{{MSP|477|Dusknoir}}{{MSP|808|Meltan}}{{MSP|809|Melmetal}} || 11 additional Generation IV Pokémon became available: {{p|Roserade}}, {{p|Mismagius}}, {{p|Honchkrow}}, {{p|Weavile}}, {{p|Rhyperior}}, {{p|Electivire}}, {{p|Magmortar}}, {{p|Togekiss}}, {{p|Gliscor}}, {{p|Porygon-Z}}, and {{p|Dusknoir}}. All are the evolved forms of earlier generation Pokémon, and require a [[Sinnoh Stone]] to be obtained. {{p|Meltan}} is also made available via the [[Mystery Box]], and can evolve into {{p|Melmetal}} with {{candy|Meltan}}400.
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| Nov 20, 2018 || {{MSP|488|Cresselia}} || {{p|Cresselia}} became available in raids until December 18.
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| Dec 18, 2018 || {{MSP|386A|Deoxys}}{{MSP|433|Chingling}}{{MSP|436|Bronzor}}{{MSP|437|Bronzong}}{{MSP|446|Munchlax}}{{MSP|451|Skorupi}}{{MSP|452|Drapion}}{{MSP|453|Croagunk}}{{MSP|454|Toxicroak}}<b>{{MSP|456|Finneon}}{{MSP|457|Lumineon}}{{MSP|458|Mantyke}}{{MSP|459|Snover}}{{MSP|460|Abomasnow}}{{MSP|485|Heatran}} || 14 additional Generation IV Pokémon became available. The {{p|Bronzor}}, {{p|Skorupi}}, {{p|Croagunk}}, {{p|Finneon}} and {{p|Snover}} lines were released to the wild, {{p|Chingling}}, {{p|Munchlax}}, and {{p|Mantyke}} became available in 7km eggs, and {{p|Heatran}} became available in raids until January 15, 2019.
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| Jan 30, 2019 || {{MSP|484|Palkia}} || {{p|Palkia}} became available in raids until February 28.
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| Feb 1, 2019 || {{MSP|408|Cranidos}}{{MSP|409|Rampardos}}{{MSP|410|Shieldon}}{{MSP|411|Bastiodon}}{{MSP|415|Combee}}{{MSP|416|Vespiquen}}{{MSP|424|Ambipom}}{{MSP|431|Glameow}}{{MSP|432|Purugly}}<br>{{MSP|438|Bonsly}}{{MSP|463|Lickilicky}}{{MSP|465|Tangrowth}}{{MSP|469|Yanmega}}{{MSP|475|Gallade}}{{MSP|478|Froslass}} || 14 additional Generation IV Pokémon became available. The {{p|Cranidos}}, {{p|Shieldon}}, {{p|Combee}} and {{p|Glameow}} lines became available. {{p|Ambipom}}, {{p|Lickilicky}}, {{p|Tangrowth}}, {{p|Yanmega}}, {{p|Gallade}} and {{p|Froslass}} are the evolved forms of earlier generation Pokémon, and require a [[Sinnoh Stone]] to be obtained.
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| Feb 13, 2019 || {{MSP|440|Happiny}} || {{p|Happiny}} became available through 7 km eggs, in conjunction with the Valentine's Day 2019 event.
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| Feb 15, 2019 || {{MSP|473|Mamoswine}} || {{p|Mamoswine}} became available as part of the {{p|Swinub}} [[Community Day]] by evolving {{p|Piloswine}} with a [[Sinnoh Stone]].
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| Feb 23, 2019 || {{MSP|366|Clamperl}}{{MSP|367|Huntail}}{{MSP|368|Gorebyss}} || The {{p|Clamperl}} line became available through Limited Research and later in the wild.
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| Feb 25, 2019 || {{MSP|235|Smeargle}} || {{p|Smeargle}} became available through using the AR Camera.
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| Mar 1, 2019 || {{MSP|483|Dialga}} || {{p|Dialga}} became available in raids until March 28.
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| Mar 25, 2019 || {{MSP|386D|Deoxys}} ||
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| Apr 2, 2019 || {{MSP|487O|Giratina}} ||
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| Apr 29, 2019 || {{MSP|422|Shellos}}{{MSP|422E|Shellos}}{{MSP|423|Gastrodon}}{{MSP|423E|Gastrodon}}<br>{{MSP|480|Uxie}}{{MSP|481|Mesprit}}{{MSP|482|Azelf}} || {{p|Uxie}}, {{p|Mesprit}}, and {{p|Azelf}} became available in the wild, and later in raids. {{p|Shellos}} and {{p|Gastrodon}} were also accidently made available in the wild for about 30 minutes.
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| May 17, 2019 || {{MSP|412|Burmy}}{{MSP|412G|Burmy}}{{MSP|412S|Burmy}}{{MSP|413|Wormadam}}{{MSP|413G|Wormadam}}{{MSP|413S|Wormadam}}{{MSP|414|Mothim}}<br>{{MSP|420|Cherubi}}{{MSP|421|Cherrim}}{{MSP|421S|Cherrim}}{{MSP|443|Gible}}{{MSP|444|Gabite}}{{MSP|445|Garchomp}}{{MSP|449|Hippopotas}}{{MSP|450|Hippowdon}}{{MSP|462|Magnezone}}<br>{{MSP|470|Leafeon}}{{MSP|471|Glaceon}}{{MSP|476|Probopass}} || 14 additional Generation IV Pokémon became available, with the {{p|Burmy}}, {{p|Cherubi}}, {{p|Gible}} and {{p|Hippopotas}} lines. {{p|Magnezone}}, {{p|Leafeon}}, {{p|Glaceon}} and {{p|Probopass}} were new evolutions of old Pokémon, available through new types of Lure Module. Additionally, Shellos and Gastrodon were formally and permanently added, with their forms becoming region-exclusive several hours after initial release.
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| Jun 13, 2019 || {{MSP|385|Jirachi}} ||
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