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[[File:479Rotom-Pokédex.png|thumb|250px|left|[[Rotom Pokédex]] in Pokémon Sun and Moon]]
 
==FunctionsIn the core series==
===Functions===
The Pokédex is a handheld electronic encyclopedia device; one which is capable of recording and retaining information of the various Pokémon of the world. In order to accomplish Professor Oak's goal of a complete Pokémon database, the Pokédex is designed to find and record data on each Pokémon the Trainer meets. Pokémon are added to the Pokédex simply by encountering them in battle or, sometimes, by seeing a picture of the Pokémon. However, detailed entries are not recorded until the player catches the Pokémon, receives it as a prize/gift or acquires it in a trade.
 
====Entries====
The main feature of any Pokédex are the entries on each individual Pokémon, which provide details that would otherwise be unexplored in the games. Complete entries can only be seen for captured Pokémon, while uncaptured Pokémon only have limited information.
 
=====Generation I=====
In [[Generation I]]'s Pokédex (model HANDY505), the entries are simple and each individual section can be accessed directly from the listing. The first, and main option—"Data"—includes an image of the Pokémon, its number, name, {{pkmn|category}}, height, weight, and a short blurb. The second option—"[[Cry]]"—does not open a new screen; selecting it simply plays the Pokémon's cry. The last option—"Area"—displays the [[map]], along with flashing indicators at each location where the selected Pokémon can be found; in cases where the Pokémon is not available in the {{pkmn2|wild}}, is only available {{pkmn2|Legendary|once}}, or can only be found by [[fishing]] or in the [[Cerulean Cave|Unknown Dungeon]], the message "Area Unknown" will be displayed over the center of the map instead. {{game|Yellow}} allows players to print entries using the [[Game Boy Printer]].
 
=====Generation II=====
[[Generation II]]'s Pokédex (model HANDY808) retains the same elements as its predecessor, while adding the Pokémon's [[footprint]] to the information and, like Yellow, allows players to print entries. Unlike Generation I, selecting a Pokémon displays the entry in a new screen from which the other sections can be selected. This became the norm for subsequent generations. International versions also have a "Page" button for long Pokédex entries (in Generation I player simply had to press A button instead); Japanese versions did not have multi-page Pokédex entries.
 
In these games, entries that would normally display "Area Unknown" on the map simply display an unmarked map.
 
=====Generation III=====
[[Generation III]]'s Pokédex did not add anything to the main entry; however, Cry was given its own page, which displays the sound wave as it played. In addition, the Area section was changed to highlight locations instead of just marking them and can now display the locations of Pokémon obtainable by [[fishing]]. A Size section was added, which displays silhouettes of the Pokémon and the [[player character]] side by side. In {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}} only, there is a Page button to switch between pages of multi-page Pokédex entries.
 
{{2v2|FireRed|LeafGreen}}'s Pokédex (model HANDY909) displays entries in a much different format from Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald. It was the first Pokédex to actually display a Pokémon's type in its entry, as well as its menu sprite. However, the Cry visuals were removed. Entries for Kanto Pokémon were taken from Red/Green for FireRed and Red/Blue for LeafGreen. Johto Pokémon entries were taken from Silver for FireRed and Gold for LeafGreen. Additionally, in the international versions, it is the first Pokédex to show long Pokédex entries in full, instead of splitting them into two pages. This was carried over to later games, including Emerald.
 
=====Generation IV=====
[[Generation IV]]'s Pokédex (model HANDY910) added numerous features, but of FireRed and LeafGreen's changes, it kept only type. Area now changes its highlight color depending on whether a Pokémon is found normally or exclusively using [[Honey]], and the player can view the differences between morning, day and night, with the default being the current [[time]]. Cry's display returned, with a bar display in addition to the wave display, and the ability to modify the cry via Chorus/Pan, Reverb/Filter and Loop. Weight was added to the Size section, which puts the Pokémon and the player character on either side of a balance scale. A new Forms section allows players to see gender and form differences within species, but only for forms they have already seen. Males and females of all Pokémon with differing gender are shown separately under in the Forms section even if there is no [[List of Pokémon with gender differences|visible gender difference]]. For a small list of Pokémon, if the player obtains a Pokémon from another country, they can [[Foreign Pokédex entries|change the language]] of that Pokémon's entry after meeting Meister. In Platinum, this function was expanded to all Pokémon, although it still requires Meister to update the Pokédex.
 
{{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}} changed the formatting again, now displaying the list on the lower screen and the actual entry on the top screen. Cry's page was again removed. By selecting "view details", players can view Area, Size and Forms. Area no longer defaults to the current time or differentiated for Honey due to it no longer being a mechanic, Size now utilized both screens to display both Height and Weight at the same time, and Forms added a Compare option to see different forms side by side instead of having to scroll between them. Entries for Johto and Kanto Pokémon were taken from Gold for HeartGold and Silver for SoulSilver. Players can collect foreign Pokédex entries without the need to update their Pokédex. Also, while artwork shows a pink Pokédex for females, the in-game interface does not reflect this.
 
=====Generation V=====
[[File:Key Pokédex m Sprite.png|left|thumb|Male Unova Pokédex sprite when obtaining it]]
[[File:Key Pokédex f Sprite.png|thumb|Female Unova Pokédex sprite when obtaining it]]
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=====Generation VI=====
The [[Generation VI]] Pokédex is card-shaped and has a holographic center that is visible when the two ends are separated. It is also separated into three categories: Central Kalos, Coastal Kalos, and Mountain Kalos, and each category has a different icon in the Pokédex menu. The Coastal Pokédex is represented by a blue stripe on the left side of a pentagon, the Central Pokédex is represented by a white stripe down the middle of a pentagon, and the Mountain Pokédex is represented by a red stripe on the right side of a pentagon. The symbol for the National Pokédex is a {{i|Poké Ball}}.
 
 
[[File:Key Rotom Pokédex Sprite.png|thumb|Rotom Pokédex sprite when obtaining it]]
=====Generation VII=====
The [[Generation VII]] Pokédex consists of a device specially-designed to be inhabited by a {{p|Rotom}}, an innovation that gives the Pokédex its own personality and is intended as a new way for humans and Pokémon to communicate. In addition to a standard Pokédex function, the [[Rotom Pokédex]] includes a detailed map that can point out nearby locations of interest, and remind the player of the next objective based on recent conversations with NPCs. The Rotom Pokédex is a rare model even in the [[Alola]] region where it was created.
 
Like the Kalos Pokédex, the Alola Pokédex is divided into several categories, with a section for each of the four main islands of the region. Unlike the Kalos Pokédex, Pokémon in Alola can be found in more than one section of the Pokédex. In addition to the number of Pokémon seen and owned, it also displays the total percentage of Pokédex completion. Event-exclusive [[List of Pokémon with form differences|forms]], [[regional variant]]s and [[Mega Evolution]]s have separate entries from the rest of their species. Unlike previous generations, a Pokémon's gender is only shown separately under the Forms section if there is a [[List of Pokémon with gender differences|visible gender difference]]. The player can also scan QR codes to add Pokémon they haven't encountered yet to the Pokédex, allowing them to check the Pokémon's location in Alola.
 
=====Generation VIII=====
The [[Generation VIII]] Pokedex is the [[Rotom Phone]], which is similar to the Rotom Dex.
 
====Search and order====
The original Pokédex had no search function.
 
Gen IV: Order (Numerical, A to Z, Heaviest, Lightest, Tallest, Smallest), Name (3-2 letters, or blank); Type, Form-->
 
===Evaluation===
There are various mechanisms to evaluate the number of Pokémon in the Pokédex. These mechanisms will display a quote relating to the number of Pokémon seen or caught, often including a hint to the player of how to progress.
 
In {{pkmn|Sun and Moon|Pokémon Sun, Moon}}, {{pkmn|Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon|Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon}}, the [[Rotom Pokédex]] itself will evaluate according to the number of Pokémon seen in each of the four islands as well as in [[Alola]] as a whole.
 
===Completion===
[[File:Diploma RB.png|thumb|Diploma awarded in Red and Blue]]
:''See also: [[Diploma]]''
In [[Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire]], [[Professor Birch]] will reward the player with an [[Oval Charm]] upon seeing all Pokémon in the Hoenn Pokédex, except for {{p|Jirachi}}. Should the player complete the [[National Pokédex]], Birch will also reward the player with a [[Shiny Charm]]. Also in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the diplomas given by the director can be displayed in the player's [[Secret Base]] and can be viewed in the same way when obtaining it from the director. Other players visiting the secret base cannot see the full image on the diplomas, but instead will view it as an "impressive certificate".
 
===Acquisition===
====Pokédex====
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====Upgrades====
:''For the National Pokédex upgrade locations, see [[National Pokédex]]''
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==In spin-off series=Gallery===
===In the Pokémon Pinball series=Interface====
The games [[Pokémon Pinball]] and [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]] have a Pokédex option in the menu.
 
====Available Pokémon====
In [[Pokémon Pinball]], the 151 [[Generation I]] Pokémon are shown in the [[List of Pokémon by Kanto Pokédex number|Kanto Pokédex]] order.
 
In [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], there are 205 available Pokémon: 201 [[Generation III]] Pokémon (all the Generation III Pokémon except for {{p|Deoxys}}) and 4 Pokémon from previous generations: {{p|Chikorita}}, {{p|Cyndaquil}}, {{p|Totodile}}, and {{p|Aerodactyl}}. The 201 available Generation III Pokémon are shown in the [[List of Pokémon by Hoenn Pokédex number (Generation III)|Generation III Hoenn Pokédex]] order, and the other Pokémon are unnumbered and displayed after them. The Pokédex is considered complete if the first 201 Pokémon are captured, which makes the word "complete" appear with a medal.
 
====Pokédex information and images====
In both games, the captured and seen Pokémon appear as visible names on the Pokédex list, while other Pokémon are unidentified. Additionally, in [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], there is a Poké Ball icon next to the name of each captured Pokémon. Each full Pokédex entry is only available for a captured Pokémon. Specifically, the Pokédex displays a Pokémon's number, name, height, weight, {{pkmn|category}} and description, together with an image of the Pokémon. If the Pokémon was only seen, then only the name and category are displayed, and there is a black silhouette instead of the complete image. The Pokédex information may be shared between players to some extent, as detailed in the [[#Connectivity|connectivity]] section below.
 
In the Pokédex screen, the player may press Start (in [[Pokémon Pinball]]) or Select (in [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]]) to see the Pokémon sprite animation that would appear when a Pokémon is in the process of being captured or hatched. This is unavailable for other Pokémon that are acquired only via evolution or bonus stages and thus don't have an animation like these. This only works if the Pokémon is shown as captured in the Pokédex. In [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], the text "Press Select" appears when this is available for a given Pokémon.
 
In [[Pokémon Pinball]], the Pokédex entries are taken from {{game|Red and Blue|s}}. In [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], the Pokédex entries for the Generation III Pokémon are taken from {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}}. The Pokédex description for Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile, and Aerodactyl is simply "Bonus appearance on Ruby Field."
 
In [[Pokémon Pinball]], pressing Select at the Pokédex screen displays numbers in the format "x/y" at the top of the screen, where x is the number of captured Pokémon and y is the number of seen Pokémon. (for instance, "015/023" means that there are 15 captured Pokémon, out of 23 seen Pokémon) In [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], the Pokédex just displays the number of captured and seen Pokémon like in the [[core series]] without having to press any button. All captured Pokémon also count as seen Pokémon, like in the [[core series]] games.
 
In [[Pokémon Pinball]], the first 150 Pokédex slots (from {{p|Bulbasaur}} to {{p|Mewtwo}}) appear as unidentified empty lines by default since the beginning; {{p|Mew}} is the next Pokémon, which only appears at the end of the list if he is seen or captured, otherwise its respective line is not shown at all. Similarly, in [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], the first 200 Pokédex slots (from {{p|Treecko}} to {{p|Rayquaza}}) appear as unidentified "-------" lines by default since the beginning. The next Pokémon are Jirachi, Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile, and Aerodactyl. If the player sees or captures any of them, then its line appears and any previous lines above it appear as new "-------" lines if applicable.
 
====Connectivity====
In [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], it's possible for two players at a time to share the Pokédex to some extent by connecting the [[Game Link Cable]] and then pressing Start at the Pokédex screen. This brings up a confirmation screen to finish this procedure. Once this is done, if either player has a captured Pokémon that the other player does not have, the name and image of that Pokémon become visible to the latter player. However, the image of shared Pokémon is darkened and other information (category, height, weight, and description) is still not shown, indicating that the Pokémon was not captured yet. The {{pkmn|category}} of that Pokémon is shown only if the Pokémon was seen by normal means. This procedure does not affect the number of captured and seen Pokémon of either player. A Pokémon that was just seen (that is, not captured) in normal play or that is visible in the Pokédex just because of Pokédex sharing can't be shared with other players. This procedure works normally between games from different languages.
 
====Capturing and seeing Pokémon====
In both games, when the player starts the Catch 'Em Mode, the silhouette of the Pokémon appears; at this point, the Pokémon counts as "seen". If the player successfully captures that Pokémon, it counts as "captured".
 
In [[Pokémon Pinball]], when the player starts the Evolution Mode and chooses a Pokémon to evolve, the evolved form counts as "seen". (even though the evolved form does not visibly appear until the end of the evolution procedure) In [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], it's not possible to count a Pokémon as "seen" via evolution. In either game, if the player successfully evolves a Pokémon, it counts as "captured".
 
In [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], when the player hatches an {{pkmn|Egg}}, the baby Pokémon starts moving through the pinball table; at this point, the Pokémon counts as "seen". If the player successfully captures that Pokémon, it counts as "captured".
 
====Deleting Pokédex data====
In [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], it is possible to delete the Pokédex data by pressing left while simultaneously pressing L + R three times. This brings up a prompt asking confirmation to delete the data.
 
===In the Pokémon Ranger series===
The Pokémon Ranger series don't have Pokédexes but have regional Browsers that also lists Pokémon and give them their own Browser number unique for each region.
 
All Browsers can search for Pokémon by name, [[Poké Assist]], {{OBP|Field Move|Ranger}}, the Almia Browser can also search by Browser Number.
 
The Fiore Browser can list Pokémon by Browser Number, letter, weight, and height.
 
===In the Pokémon Trading Card Game series===
In {{ga|Pokémon Trading Card Game}} and [[Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!]], there is no Pokédex. However, a similar feature is the {{DL|PC|card album}} in the [[PC]], which lists cards in order and the quantity of cards owned by the player, not counting repeated cards. In both games, the cards are usually organized by their [[index number]] hidden in the internal data, which separates the Pokémon cards by {{TCG|type}} and then orders them by their [[National Pokédex]] number. The National Pokédex number is printed on all Pokémon cards. The {{OBP|Pokédex|Base Set 87}} card is available in both games. The {{OBP|Imakuni?|CoroCoro promo}} card (also found in both games) states that [[Tomoaki Imakuni|Imakuni?]] is a creature not listed in the Pokédex.
 
==Gallery of images==
===Interface===
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====Entry====
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====Artwork====
<gallery>
File:RG Pokédex.png|The [[Kanto]] Pokédex in {{game|Red and Green|s}}
File:479Rotom-Phone.png|The [[Galar]] [[Rotom Phone]] in [[Generation VIII]]
</gallery>
 
==In the spin-off games==
===In the Pokémon Pinball series===
The games [[Pokémon Pinball]] and [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]] have a Pokédex option in the menu.
 
====Available Pokémon====
In [[Pokémon Pinball]], the 151 [[Generation I]] Pokémon are shown in the [[List of Pokémon by Kanto Pokédex number|Kanto Pokédex]] order.
 
In [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], there are 205 available Pokémon: 201 [[Generation III]] Pokémon (all the Generation III Pokémon except for {{p|Deoxys}}) and 4 Pokémon from previous generations: {{p|Chikorita}}, {{p|Cyndaquil}}, {{p|Totodile}}, and {{p|Aerodactyl}}. The 201 available Generation III Pokémon are shown in the [[List of Pokémon by Hoenn Pokédex number (Generation III)|Generation III Hoenn Pokédex]] order, and the other Pokémon are unnumbered and displayed after them. The Pokédex is considered complete if the first 201 Pokémon are captured, which makes the word "complete" appear with a medal.
 
====Pokédex information and images====
In both games, the captured and seen Pokémon appear as visible names on the Pokédex list, while other Pokémon are unidentified. Additionally, in [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], there is a Poké Ball icon next to the name of each captured Pokémon. Each full Pokédex entry is only available for a captured Pokémon. Specifically, the Pokédex displays a Pokémon's number, name, height, weight, {{pkmn|category}} and description, together with an image of the Pokémon. If the Pokémon was only seen, then only the name and category are displayed, and there is a black silhouette instead of the complete image. The Pokédex information may be shared between players to some extent, as detailed in the [[#Connectivity|connectivity]] section below.
 
In the Pokédex screen, the player may press Start (in [[Pokémon Pinball]]) or Select (in [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]]) to see the Pokémon sprite animation that would appear when a Pokémon is in the process of being captured or hatched. This is unavailable for other Pokémon that are acquired only via evolution or bonus stages and thus don't have an animation like these. This only works if the Pokémon is shown as captured in the Pokédex. In [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], the text "Press Select" appears when this is available for a given Pokémon.
 
In [[Pokémon Pinball]], the Pokédex entries are taken from {{game|Red and Blue|s}}. In [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], the Pokédex entries for the Generation III Pokémon are taken from {{game|Ruby and Sapphire|s}}. The Pokédex description for Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile, and Aerodactyl is simply "Bonus appearance on Ruby Field."
 
In [[Pokémon Pinball]], pressing Select at the Pokédex screen displays numbers in the format "x/y" at the top of the screen, where x is the number of captured Pokémon and y is the number of seen Pokémon. (for instance, "015/023" means that there are 15 captured Pokémon, out of 23 seen Pokémon) In [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], the Pokédex just displays the number of captured and seen Pokémon like in the [[core series]] without having to press any button. All captured Pokémon also count as seen Pokémon, like in the [[core series]] games.
 
In [[Pokémon Pinball]], the first 150 Pokédex slots (from {{p|Bulbasaur}} to {{p|Mewtwo}}) appear as unidentified empty lines by default since the beginning; {{p|Mew}} is the next Pokémon, which only appears at the end of the list if he is seen or captured, otherwise its respective line is not shown at all. Similarly, in [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], the first 200 Pokédex slots (from {{p|Treecko}} to {{p|Rayquaza}}) appear as unidentified "-------" lines by default since the beginning. The next Pokémon are Jirachi, Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile, and Aerodactyl. If the player sees or captures any of them, then its line appears and any previous lines above it appear as new "-------" lines if applicable.
 
====Connectivity====
In [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], it's possible for two players at a time to share the Pokédex to some extent by connecting the [[Game Link Cable]] and then pressing Start at the Pokédex screen. This brings up a confirmation screen to finish this procedure. Once this is done, if either player has a captured Pokémon that the other player does not have, the name and image of that Pokémon become visible to the latter player. However, the image of shared Pokémon is darkened and other information (category, height, weight, and description) is still not shown, indicating that the Pokémon was not captured yet. The {{pkmn|category}} of that Pokémon is shown only if the Pokémon was seen by normal means. This procedure does not affect the number of captured and seen Pokémon of either player. A Pokémon that was just seen (that is, not captured) in normal play or that is visible in the Pokédex just because of Pokédex sharing can't be shared with other players. This procedure works normally between games from different languages.
 
====Capturing and seeing Pokémon====
In both games, when the player starts the Catch 'Em Mode, the silhouette of the Pokémon appears; at this point, the Pokémon counts as "seen". If the player successfully captures that Pokémon, it counts as "captured".
 
In [[Pokémon Pinball]], when the player starts the Evolution Mode and chooses a Pokémon to evolve, the evolved form counts as "seen". (even though the evolved form does not visibly appear until the end of the evolution procedure) In [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], it's not possible to count a Pokémon as "seen" via evolution. In either game, if the player successfully evolves a Pokémon, it counts as "captured".
 
In [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], when the player hatches an {{pkmn|Egg}}, the baby Pokémon starts moving through the pinball table; at this point, the Pokémon counts as "seen". If the player successfully captures that Pokémon, it counts as "captured".
 
====Deleting Pokédex data====
In [[Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire]], it is possible to delete the Pokédex data by pressing left while simultaneously pressing L + R three times. This brings up a prompt asking confirmation to delete the data.
 
====Gallery====
=====Pokémon Pinball=====
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! class="roundytop" style="background:#FFF" | [[File:Pinball Pokédex seen.png]]
! class="roundytop" style="background:#FFF" | [[File:Pinball Pokédex sprite.png]]
! class="roundytop" style="background:#FFF" | [[File:Pinball Pokédex text.png]]
! class="roundytop" style="background:#FFF" | [[File:Pinball Pokédex numbers.png]]
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! class="roundybottom" style="background:#CCCCCC" | Captured Pokémon
! class="roundybottom" style="background:#CCCCCC" | Seen Pokémon
! class="roundybottom" style="background:#CCCCCC" | Capture sprite
! class="roundybottom" style="background:#CCCCCC" | Entry
! class="roundybottom" style="background:#CCCCCC" | Pokédex numbers enabled{{tt|*|at the top right corner}}
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=====Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire=====
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! class="roundytop" style="background:#FFF" | [[File:Pinball RS Pokédex captured.png]]
! class="roundytop" style="background:#FFF" | [[File:Pinball RS Pokédex seen.png]]
! class="roundytop" style="background:#FFF" | [[File:Pinball RS Pokédex sprite.png]]
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! class="roundybottom" style="background:#CCCCCC" | Captured Pokémon
! class="roundybottom" style="background:#CCCCCC" | Seen Pokémon
! class="roundybottom" style="background:#CCCCCC" | Capture sprite
|-style="margin:auto;"
! class="roundytop" style="background:#FFF" | [[File:Pinball RS Pokédex text.png]]
! class="roundytop" style="background:#FFF" | [[File:Pinball RS Pokédex shared text.png]]
! class="roundytop" style="background:#FFF" | [[File:Pinball RS Pokédex shared.png]]
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! class="roundybottom" style="background:#CCCCCC" | Full entry
! class="roundybottom" style="background:#CCCCCC" | Shared Pokémon entry
! class="roundybottom" style="background:#CCCCCC" | Shared Pokémon
|-style="margin:auto;"
! class="roundytop" style="background:#FFF" | [[File:Pinball RS Pokédex delete.png]]
! class="roundytop" style="background:#FFF" | [[File:Pinball RS Pokédex transfer.png]]
! class="roundytop" style="background:#FFF" | [[File:Pinball RS Pokédex end.png]]
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! class="roundybottom" style="background:#CCCCCC" | Delete Pokédex data
! class="roundybottom" style="background:#CCCCCC" | Share Pokédex data
! class="roundybottom" style="background:#CCCCCC" | Complete Pokédex
|}
 
===In the Pokémon Ranger series===
The Pokémon Ranger series don't have Pokédexes but have regional Browsers that also lists Pokémon and give them their own Browser number unique for each region.
 
All Browsers can search for Pokémon by name, [[Poké Assist]], {{OBP|Field Move|Ranger}}, the Almia Browser can also search by Browser Number.
 
The Fiore Browser can list Pokémon by Browser Number, letter, weight, and height.
 
===In the Pokémon Trading Card Game series===
In {{ga|Pokémon Trading Card Game}} and [[Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!]], there is no Pokédex. However, a similar feature is the {{DL|PC|card album}} in the [[PC]], which lists cards in order and the quantity of cards owned by the player, not counting repeated cards. In both games, the cards are usually organized by their [[index number]] hidden in the internal data, which separates the Pokémon cards by {{TCG|type}} and then orders them by their [[National Pokédex]] number. The National Pokédex number is printed on all Pokémon cards. Additionally, the {{OBP|Pokédex|Base Set 87}} card is available in both games and the {{OBP|Imakuni?|CoroCoro promo}} card (also found in both games) states that [[Tomoaki Imakuni|Imakuni?]] is a creature not listed in the Pokédex.
 
==In the anime==
While most of the holders have red Pokédexes, the Pokédex can also come in a variety of colors. Crystal, White, and Whitley have pink Pokédexes, while Diamond and Pearl carry a blue Pokédex and an orange Pokédex, respectively.
 
====Gallery of images====
<gallery>
File:Red Pokédex Adventures.png|{{adv|Red}}'s Pokédex
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