List that Pokémon!


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Basically, like the Count to 1,000,000 topic, except you list the Pokémon according to the topic's post number! Also, you need to list something (Anything, really) that describes that Pokémon, which I would recommend trivia!

So anyways, Bulbasaur! Bulbasaur MAY be FIRST Pokémon in the National Pokédex, but WAS NOT the first Pokémon ever made! 10000 COOL points to the one who can mention the first Pokémon as trivia in it's post!
Well, may as well reply to this topic in some way. Ivysaur is Bulbasaur's evolution, and you'll probably get it somewhere between Pewter and Cerulean City.
Venusaur: Official mascot of the Japanese only Green Version, and a Pokémon that you can't even see if you chose Charmander as a starter unless you trade!
The first pokemon ever was...
It wasn't a cute Pokémon mascot, like Pikachu or Squirtle, or one of the more powerful creatures, like Charizard or Mewtwo.
The first Pokémon ever designed was actually rock and ground-type Rhydon. The Rhydon statues found throughout the games are a little tribute to it!
#4 Should have had Charmander in it, but that's ok, because my Charmander has evolved into Charmeleon, I say! And great trivia for Rhydon by the way! That should have been saved for post 112, if you may!
#5 There’s a reason Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan are considered “prize fighting Pokémon.” The two fighting types get their names from martial arts icons Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan.
The rule for this topic is to list each Pokémon in National Dex order per post!

This is #7, so Squirtle, the Tiny Turtle Pokémon!
Blastoise is one of four version mascots that are not legendary Pokémon (Not counting remakes)!

Also, feel free to add a bit of trivia on the last pokémon that the poster didn't mention!

@Count Bleck Use those trivia facts about Rhydon, Hitmonlee and/or Hitmonchan on their posts!
#10 Caterpie, the bug-type worm pokemon, Until the release of Pokémon Platinum, when it became able to learn Bug Bite, Caterpie was unable to do anything to a Ghost type except struggling and lowering its Speed. It shares this trait with its evolution, Metapod. This is also true for Weedle, and its evolution, Kakuna, against Steel types before Pokémon Platinum was released.
Metapod: Despite it commonly stating that it can no longer attack after evolving, Metapod can still use Tackle and String Shot after evolving from Caterpie!
#12 Butterfree: Butterfree has a Gigantamax form.
Unlike true insects, it only has two body segments and four light blue legs. The upper pair of legs resemble small, three-fingered hands, while the lower pair resembles long, digit-less feet. Butterfree has two black antennae, a light blue snout with two fangs underneath, and large, red compound eyes. The red compound eyes at a closer look are reveled to be myriad of tiny eyes. Its two pairs of wings are white with black venation. Two oval scales on a female Butterfree's lower wings are black, but they are white on a male.

The wings of Butterfree are coated with poisonous scales that easily fall off continuously as it flies. If inhaled, it results in several status conditions. It will defend Caterpie from bird Pokémon using this powder. This powder also repels water, enabling it to gather honey even in the rain. Butterfree can use its sensitive antenna to detect the odors of blooming flowers six miles (ten kilometers) from its nest in search of nectar, which it carries with the hairs of its legs. Sometimes, it has territorial disputes with Cutiefly over fields of flowers. It also consumes sap from trees pierced by Heracross, as seen in the anime. Butterfree is found in temperate forests and jungles, but it has also been observed flying near the ocean as part of its migratory breeding pattern.

As Gigantamax Butterfree, its size increases to gigantic length with an altered look. The wings and the patterns on them change to a light and dark green color with hints of white. The antennae change to bright green and extend to the point where the tip bends, and three red clouds surround it. The eyes change to a bright glowing red. A fur-like circle is attached to both the wings and back of Butterfree. Several green scales can be seen floating around Butterfree, which are its most effective weapons, capable of releasing paralysis, poisoning, or sleep. The scales were created from crystallized Gigantamax energy.

The massive wings are powerful enough to lift a ten-ton truck through a simple flap. The wind it generates can scatter poisonous scales throughout the area, making it dangerous to be near it.

In Pokémon Sword and Shield prior to the DLC for The Isle of Armor, Butterfree was the only known Pokémon capable of using the move Rage Powder. Gigantamax Butterfree is the only known Pokémon capable of using the G-Max Move G-Max Befuddle.

I personally think this sounds cool!
There was a glitch in earlier versions of FR/LG where the classification was only the first word. Meaning Weedle, the hairy bug Pokemon, was just the hairy Pokemon.
Some artwork depicts Kakuna with arms, and can be seen as it's sprite in Japanese Pocket Monsters Blue/International Pokémon Red and Blue (which was based on Pocket Monsters Blue btw! We were lied to! And we still believe the lie that is Pokémon Red and Blue!)!