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Pokémon Go - Gen 2 Pokédex from the Johto region in Gold and Silver and how to get them

A checklist of the creatures available from Gold, Silver and Crystal as part of Pokémon Go's big February update.

Pokémon Go's Gen 2 Pokédex offers over 80 new Pokémon, the biggest addition of new creatures to the game since it's summer 2016 debut.

The 80 new Pokémon are from the franchise's second generation of games - Pokémon Gold, Silver and Crystal - which originally introduced 100 new creatures from the new Johto region, including some evolutions and baby Pokémon from the original 251 - and with the addition of the first Legendary Pokémon those numbers are already growing.

In light of the update - which also features new Pinap and Nanab Berries, evolution items, such as the Metal Coat, Sun Stone, Dragon Scale, Up-Grade and King's Rock, and new Trainer customisation - here is a list of all Gen 2 Johto Pokémon, and how we expect to catch and evolve them.

What we know about the Pokémon Go Gen 2 Pokédex from the Johto region

Below is a complete list of the 100 Pokémon from the Johto region in the main games, including their evolution methods.

Over 80 of these have been added as part of the February update. Why only over 80 out of 100? Between pre-existing Baby Pokémon added before Christmas (8) and the assumption that some of the Legendary Pokémon still won't be available for a little while (6), that leaves us 86 - in other words, the mass majority, listed below.

Several have been held back from release - think Ditto from the first generation, which is now available, or the remaining Legendaries from either generation that have yet to be seen - while two new creatures have been added to the roster of region exclusives.

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Pokémon Go Gen 2 Pokédex

Note evolutions require standard level-based evolutions requiring Candy, while the introduction of new Special Items match those we saw in the main games - all are detailed below.

No.PokémonTypeHow to Get or Evolve
152 Chikorita Grass Starter, no previous evolution
153 Bayleef Grass Evolves from Chikorita (Candy)
154 Maganium Grass Evolves from Bayleef (Candy)
155 Cyndaquil Fire Starter, no previous evolution
156 Quilava Fire Evolves from Cyndaquil (Candy)
157 Tyhlosion Fire Evolves from Quilava (Candy)
158 Totodile Water Starter, no previous evolution
159 Croconaw Water Evolves from Totodile (Candy)
160 Feraligatr Water Evolves from Croconaw (Candy)
161 Sentret Normal No previous evolution
162 Furret Normal Evolves from Sentret (Candy)
163 Hoothoot Normal / Flying No previous evolution
164 Noctowl Normal / Flying Evolves from Hoothoot (Candy)
165 Ledyba Bug / Flying No previous evolution
166 Ledian Bug / Flying Evolves from Ledyba (Candy)
167 Spinarak Bug / Poison No previous evolution
168 Ariados Bug / Poison Evolves from Spinarak (Candy)
169 Crobat Poison / Flying Evolves from Golbat (Candy)
170 Chinchou Water / Electric No previous evolution
171 Lanturn Water / Electric Evolves from Chincho (Candy)
172 Pichu Electic Baby Pokémon (hatching an Egg)
173 Cleffa Normal Baby Pokémon (hatching an Egg)
174 Igglybuff Normal Baby Pokémon (hatching an Egg)
175 Togepi Normal Baby Pokémon (hatching an Egg)
176 Togetic Normal / Flying Evolves from Togepi (Candy)
177 Natu Psychic / Flying No previous evolution
178 Xatu Psychic / Flying Evolves from Natu (Candy)
179 Mareep Electric No previous evolution
180 Flaaffy Electric Evolves from Mareep (Candy)
181 Ampharos Electric Evolves from Flaaffy (Candy)
182 Bellossom Grass Evolves from Gloom (Sun Stone)
183 Marill Water No previous evolution
184 Azumarill Water Evolves from Marill (Candy)
185 Politoed Water Evolves from Poliwhirl (King's Rock)
186 Sudowoodo Rock No previous (available) evolution
187 Hoppip Grass / Flying No previous evolution
188 Skiploom Grass / Flying Evolves from Hoppip (Candy)
189 Jumpluff Grass / Flying Evolves from Skiploom (Candy)
190 Aipom Normal No previous evolution
191 Sunkern Grass No previous evolution
192 Sunflora Grass Evolves from Sunkern (Sun Stone)
193 Yanma Bug / Flying No previous evolution
194 Wooper Water / Ground No previous evolution
195 Quagsire Water / Ground Evolves from Wooper (Candy)
196 Espeon Psychic Evolves from Eevee (nickname or random)
197 Umbreon Dark Evolves from Eevee (nickname or random)
198 Murkrow Dark / Flying No previous evolution
199 Slowking Water / Psychic Evolves from Slowpoke (King's Rock)
200 Misdreavus Ghost No previous evolution
201 Unown Psychic No previous evolution
202 Wobbuffet Psychic No previous (available) evolution
203 Girafarig Normal / Psychic No previous evolution
204 Pineco Bug No previous evolution
205 Forretress Bug / Steel Evolves from Pineco (Candy)
206 Dunsparce Normal No previous evolution
207 Gligar Ground / Flying No previous evolution
208 Steelix Steel / Ground Evolves from Onix (Metal Coat)
209 Snubbull Fairy No previous evolution
210 Granbull Fairy Evolves from Snubbull (Candy)
211 Quilfish Water / Poison No previous evolution
212 Scizor Bug / Steel Evolves from Scyther (Metal Coat)
213 Shuckle Bug / Rock No previous evolution
214 Heracross Bug / Fighting Region exclusive
215 Sneasel Dark / Ice No previous evolution
216 Teddiursa Normal No previous evolution
217 Ursaring Normal Evolves from Teddiursa (Candy)
218 Slugma Fire No previous evolution
219 Magcargo Fire / Rock Evolves from Slugma (Candy)
220 Swinub Ice / Ground No previous evolution
221 Piloswine Ice / Ground Evolves from Swinub (Candy)
222 Corsola Water / Rock Region exclusive
223 Remoraid Water No previous evolution
224 Octillery Water Evolves from Remoraid (Candy)
225 Delibird Ice / Flying Currently unavailable
226 Mantine Water / Flying No (available) previous evolution
227 Skarmory Steel / Flying No previous evolution
228 Houndour Dark / Fire No previous evolution
229 Houndoom Dark / Fire Evolves from Houndour (Candy)
230 Kingdra Water / Dragon Evolves from Seadra (Dragon Scale)
231 Phanpy Ground No previous evolution
232 Dolphan Ground Evolves from Phanpy (Candy)
233 Porygon2 Normal Evolves from Porygon (Up-Grade)
234 Stantler Normal No previous evolution
235 Smeargle Normal Currently unavailable
236 Tyrogue Fighting Baby Pokémon (hatching an Egg)
237 Hitmontop Fight Evolves from Tyrogue if its Stamina / HP is higher than other stats
238 Smoochum Ice / Psychic Baby Pokémon (hatching an Egg)
239 Elekid Electric Baby Pokémon (hatching an Egg)
240 Magby Fire Baby Pokémon (hatching an Egg)
241 Miltank Normal No previous evolution
242 Blissey Normal Evolves from Chansey (Candy)
243 Raikou Electric Legendary Pokémon (currently unavailable)
244 Entei Fire Legendary Pokémon (currently unavailable)
245 Suicune Water Legendary Pokémon (currently unavailable)
246 Larvitar Rock / Ground No previous evolution
247 Pupitar Rock / Ground Evolves from Larvitar (Candy)
248 Tyranitar Rock / Dark Evolves from Pupitar (Candy)
249 Lugia Psychic / Flying Legendary Pokémon (now available!)
250 Ho-Oh Fire / Flying Legendary Pokémon (currently unavailable)
251 Celebi Psychic / Grass Legendary Pokémon (currently unavailable)
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Want more help with Pokémon Go? As well as our Pokémon Go tips, tricks and guides page, you can look up the Gen 2 Pokédex on how to catch the most recent creatures, including those requiring Special Items such as the Dragon Scale. We also explain the recent Gym rework, how to get PokéCoins, Raids, Raid Battles, and Raid Bosses, and what we know about the addition of promo codes. Elsewhere, read about Eevee evolutions, Egg hatching distance charts, best Pokémon tier lists, best moves and movesets and the XP chart. Plus, sice their release you can read everything we know about how to catch Legendary Pokémon like Articuno and Lugia, and all the others that are expected to be on their way.

To clarify from the above table, the Gen 2 Pokémon currently unavailable include:

  • Delibird
  • Smeargle
  • Three Legendary dogs Raikou, Entei, Suicune
  • Ho-Oh
  • Celebi

If you wish to know which Gen 2 creatures are worth going after first, we've updated our Pokémon Go best Pokémon list with the new additions, and how they stack up against the first generation. Looks like we'll be wanting to get our hands on a Tyranitar as soon as we can...

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