1. Regional Pokemon
Regional Pokemon are Pokemon that can only be found in a specific region. For example, Dratini can only be found in the Johto region, while Machop can only be found in the Kanto region.
2. Shiny Pokemon
Shiny Pokemon are rare Pokemon that have a different color scheme than normal Pokemon. For example, a Shiny Pikachu will be yellow instead of the normal brown.
3. Legendary Pokemon
Legendary Pokemon are extremely rare Pokemon that are often considered to be some of the most powerful in the game. For example, Lugia is a Legendary Pokemon.
4. Mythical Pokemon
Mythical Pokemon are even rarer than Legendary Pokemon and are often only available through special events. For example, Celebi is a Mythical Pokemon.
5. Event Pokemon
Event Pokemon are Pokemon that are only available during specific events. For example, the Santa Hat Pikachu is an Event Pokemon that was only available during the Christmas holiday.
6. Starter Pokemon
Starter Pokemon are the first three Pokemon that players can choose from at the beginning of the game. For example, Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle are all Starter Pokemon.
7. Baby Pokemon
Baby Pokemon are the pre-evolved forms of some of the most popular Pokemon. For example, Pichu is a Baby Pokemon that is the pre-evolved form of Pikachu.
8. Rare Pokemon
Rare Pokemon are Pokemon that are not as common as others. For example, Machop is a Rare Pokemon, while Rattata is not.
9. Ultra Rare Pokemon
Ultra Rare Pokemon are the rarest Pokemon in the game. For example, Mew is an Ultra Rare Pokemon.