Grant's Pokedex
A list of all pokemon (through generation 5), proudly powered by the Open PokeAPI, Veekun, and Pokemon TCG Developers. Built with Next.JS and styled with the almighty TailwindCSS. Check out the source code on GitHub. This is a pet project, and I claim no commercial or intellectual rights to any of the Pokemon-specific resources (such as data or images) used here.
Sugimori artwork of bulbasaur
A strange seed was planted on its back at birth. The plant sprouts and grows with this POKéMON.
Sugimori artwork of ivysaur
When the bulb on its back grows large, it appears to lose the ability to stand on its hind legs.
Sugimori artwork of venusaur
The plant blooms when it is absorbing solar energy. It stays on the move to seek sunlight.
Sugimori artwork of charmander
Obviously prefers hot places. When it rains, steam is said to spout from the tip of its tail.
Sugimori artwork of charmeleon
When it swings its burning tail, it elevates the temperature to unbearably high levels.
Sugimori artwork of charizard
Spits fire that is hot enough to melt boulders. Known to cause forest fires unintentionally.
Sugimori artwork of squirtle
After birth, its back swells and hardens into a shell. Powerfully sprays foam from its mouth.
Sugimori artwork of wartortle
Often hides in water to stalk unwary prey. For swimming fast, it moves its ears to maintain balance.
Sugimori artwork of blastoise
A brutal POKéMON with pressurized water jets on its shell. They are used for high speed tackles.
Sugimori artwork of caterpie
Its short feet are tipped with suction pads that enable it to tirelessly climb slopes and walls.
Sugimori artwork of metapod
This POKéMON is vulnerable to attack while its shell is soft, exposing its weak and tender body.
Sugimori artwork of butterfree
In battle, it flaps its wings at high speed to release highly toxic dust into the air.
Sugimori artwork of weedle
Often found in forests, eating leaves. It has a sharp venomous stinger on its head.
Sugimori artwork of kakuna
Almost incapable of moving, this POKéMON can only harden its shell to protect itself from predators.
Sugimori artwork of beedrill
Flies at high speed and attacks using its large venomous stingers on its forelegs and tail.
Sugimori artwork of pidgey
A common sight in forests and woods. It flaps its wings at ground level to kick up blinding sand.
Sugimori artwork of pidgeotto
Very protective of its sprawling territorial area, this POKéMON will fiercely peck at any intruder.
Sugimori artwork of pidgeot
When hunting, it skims the surface of water at high speed to pick off unwary prey such as MAGIKARP.
Sugimori artwork of rattata
Bites anything when it attacks. Small and very quick, it is a common sight in many places.
Sugimori artwork of raticate
It uses its whis­ kers to maintain its balance. It apparently slows down if they are cut off.
Sugimori artwork of spearow
Eats bugs in grassy areas. It has to flap its short wings at high speed to stay airborne.
Sugimori artwork of fearow
With its huge and magnificent wings, it can keep aloft without ever having to land for rest.
Sugimori artwork of ekans
Moves silently and stealthily. Eats the eggs of birds, such as PIDGEY and SPEAROW, whole.
Sugimori artwork of arbok
It is rumored that the ferocious warning markings on its belly differ from area to area.
Sugimori artwork of pikachu
When several of these POKéMON gather, their electricity could build and cause lightning storms.
Sugimori artwork of raichu
Its long tail serves as a ground to protect itself from its own high voltage power.
Sugimori artwork of sandshrew
Burrows deep underground in arid locations far from water. It only emerges to hunt for food.
Sugimori artwork of sandslash
Curls up into a spiny ball when threatened. It can roll while curled up to attack or escape.
Sugimori artwork of nidoran-f
Although small, its venomous barbs render this POKéMON dangerous. The female has smaller horns.
Sugimori artwork of nidorina
The female's horn develops slowly. Prefers physical attacks such as clawing and biting.
Sugimori artwork of nidoqueen
Its hard scales provide strong protection. It uses its hefty bulk to execute powerful moves.
Sugimori artwork of nidoran-m
Stiffens its ears to sense danger. The larger its horns, the more powerful its secreted venom.
Sugimori artwork of nidorino
An aggressive POKéMON that is quick to attack. The horn on its head secretes a powerful venom.
Sugimori artwork of nidoking
It uses its powerful tail in battle to smash, constrict, then break the prey's bones.
Sugimori artwork of clefairy
Its magical and cute appeal has many admirers. It is rare and found only in certain areas.
Sugimori artwork of clefable
A timid fairy POKéMON that is rarely seen. It will run and hide the moment it senses people.
Sugimori artwork of vulpix
At the time of birth, it has just one tail. The tail splits from its tip as it grows older.
Sugimori artwork of ninetales
Very smart and very vengeful. Grabbing one of its many tails could result in a 1000-year curse.
Sugimori artwork of jigglypuff
When its huge eyes light up, it sings a mysteriously soothing melody that lulls its enemies to sleep.
Sugimori artwork of wigglytuff
The body is soft and rubbery. When angered, it will suck in air and inflate itself to an enormous size.
Sugimori artwork of zubat
Forms colonies in perpetually dark places. Uses ultrasonic waves to identify and approach targets.
Sugimori artwork of golbat
Once it strikes, it will not stop draining energy from the victim even if it gets too heavy to fly.
Sugimori artwork of oddish
During the day, it keeps its face buried in the ground. At night, it wanders around sowing its seeds.
Sugimori artwork of gloom
The fluid that oozes from its mouth isn't drool. It is a nectar that is used to attract prey.
Sugimori artwork of vileplume
The larger its petals, the more toxic pollen it contains. Its big head is heavy and hard to hold up.
Sugimori artwork of paras
Burrows to suck tree roots. The mushrooms on its back grow by draw­ ing nutrients from the bug host.
Sugimori artwork of parasect
A host-parasite pair in which the parasite mushroom has taken over the host bug. Prefers damp places.
Sugimori artwork of venonat
Lives in the shadows of tall trees where it eats insects. It is attracted by light at night.
Sugimori artwork of venomoth
The dust-like scales covering its wings are color coded to indicate the kinds of poison it has.
Sugimori artwork of diglett
Lives about one yard underground where it feeds on plant roots. It sometimes appears above ground.
#1 - #50