Regional Pokemon Wiki

Region Exclusives

Not all Pokemon in Pokemon Go can be found everywhere as some of them are exclusive to a particular region. So to complete their Pokedex players have to travel around the world. This is not a good concept as most players won’t travel around the globe for a game.

But it seems Niantic is listening to us as two of the recently released Gen 3 regional exclusive Pokemon Seviper and Zangoose has migrated and changed location with each other. So know at least you can fill one hole in your Pokedex, this is a good change and Niantic should keep in doing it.

Regional Pokemon List

#PokemonRegion
83
Farfetch'd
Farfetch’d
Eastern Asia
115
Kangaskhan
Kangaskhan
Australia
122
Mr. Mime
Mr. Mime
Europe
128
Tauros
Tauros
North America (southern Canada, most of the continental U.S.A., parts of Mexico)
214
Heracross
Heracross
South America, Central America, Mexico, and southern Florida and Texas
222
Corsola
Corsola
Near the Equator (coastal and coast-adjacent areas)
324
 Torkoal
Torkoal
Western/South East Asia
335
Zangoose
Zangoose
Europe, Asia, Australia


Migrates / switches regions with Seviper

336
Seviper
Seviper
North America, South America, Africa


Migrates / switches regions with Zangoose

337
Solrock
Solrock
North America, South America, and Africa


Migrates / switches regions with Lunatone

338
Lunatone
Lunatone
Europe, Asia, and Australia


Migrates / switches regions with Solrock

369
Relicanth
Relicanth
New Zealand, Fiji, Vanuatu, New Caledonia
314
Illumise
Illumise
North America, South America, Africa
313
Volbeat
Volbeat
Europe, Asia, Australia
357
Tropius
Tropius
Africa, Middle East, Mediterranean (Crete)
417
Pachirisu
Pachirisu
Canada, Russia, and Alaska
441
Chatot
Chatot
Southern Hemisphere
455
Carnivine
Carnivine
Southeast U.S. (Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, Florida)
422
Shellos
Shellos East/West Sea
East of the Prime Meridian for Pink, West for Blue
 

311

Plusle
Plusle
North America, South America, and Africa
 

312

Minun
Minun
Europe, Asia, and Australia

Region Exclusives

SEVIPER AND ZANGOOSE

Seviper and Zangoose are Gen 3 Pokemon and are known for their rivalry. When launched Seviper was exclusive to Europe, Asia, and Australia while Zangoose occupied North America, South America, and Africa.

Since then the pair have swapped locations so Seviper is currently catchable in North America, South America, and Africa and Zangoose in Europe, Asia, and Australia.

PLUSLE AND MINUN

Plusle and Minun are sister Pokemon and are only available in opposing regions.

Plusle can be found in North and South America, and Africa whereas Minun lives in Europe, Asia, and Australia.

RELICANTH

Relicanth is a fish-like Pokemon exclusive to New Zealand Fiji, Vanuatu, and New Caledonia.

HERACROSS

Introduced in Gen 2, Heracross is exclusive to South America and some southern parts of North America.

Heracross was also available in Chicago for those attending the Pokémon GO Fest in July 2017.

CORSOLA

Corsola prefers warmer climates and is only spawns along the Equator (between 31°N and 26°S).

KANGASKHAN

Kangaskhan is only catchable in Australia. However, has been known to migrate.

  • Spawned for few weeks in August in some place of Europe and America and during the Safari Zone events
  • 2017 Global Catch Challenge, in Asia.
  • America – During the 2017 World Pokemon Championships.

TAUROS

Tauros is an exclusive Pokemon only catchable in the United States of America.

FARFETCH’D

Farfetch’d is the gen 1 exclusive Pokemon for Asia but it has been catchable in other parts of the world.

Trainers worldwide were able to catch Farfetch’d for 2 days after the 2017 Global Catch Challenge.

MR. MIME

Mr. Mime is only catchable in Europe though it has been seen in other regions for special events.

  • During the Pikachu Outbreak and Tottori Safari Zone event in Japan.
  • Korea – During Pokemon Go week in November 2017.

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