The time is nigh. Pokémon’s fourth generation of monsters from Pokémon: Diamond and Pokémon: Pearl have begun their invasion of the popular mobile game.
Granted, the entire roster has not yet been added to the game. Only the starters, Turtwig, Chimchar and Piplup, and a few other common specimens like Bidoof, Buneary, and Starly have been spotted in the wild. Evolutions of previous generation monsters, like Magmar and Electabuzz, have not been added to the game yet, but Gen. 4 Pokémon have been confirmed to be appearing in eggs.
However, three regionals have already been confirmed with Pachirisu appearing in Canada and Alaska, Carnivine appearing only in the south-eastern United States, and Chatot appearing in the southern hemisphere.
Check out the full list of available Gen. 4 Pokémon below.
- Cricketot (2 km eggs)
- Chatot (regional)
- Carnivine (regional)
- Pachirisu (regional)
- Riolu (10 km eggs)
- Luxio (10 km eggs)
- Shinx (raid only)
With Riolu in 10 km eggs, you’ll have a hard time finding the generation’s fan-favorite Lucario. Craogunk and Gibles also haven’t been added yet, meaning you and I will have to wait until further waves come to complete our Pokédex even further.
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