Pokemon Duel is upon us and, even though the game doesn’t seem able to create the craze Pokemon Go did, it still is an amazing Pokemon game! And with 140 Pokemon to collect in the game, I am sure you’re curious to know which are available for collecting and which are not. We have the complete list of Pokemon figures in Pokemon Duel and we’re sharing it with you below.

We’ve already talked about unlocking more Pokemon in the game – so make sure you check our guide out in order to get as many as fast as possible. Now it’s time to actually see what are the options available in our complete Pokemon Duel list of Pokemon in the game.

In the game, there are four different rarities for the Pokemon: Common, Uncommon, Rare and EX – the extra rare and most amazing characters you can collect. They all have different stats and skills, but until we can have a complete guide covering that, I am sure that a list and some basic details – like movement – will do. So let’s not waste a single second and let’s check out below our complete list of Pokemon in Pokemon Duel!

Common Pokemon

Tauros – 2 Movement Points
Ekans – 3 Movement Points
Bayleef – 2 MP
Snubbull – 2 MP
Plusle – 3 MP
Seedot – 2 MP
Sentret – 2 MP
Sandshrew – 2 MP
Bidoof – 2 MP
Marill – 2 MP

Raticate – 2 MP
Machop – 2 MP
Poliwag – 3 MP
Teddiursa – 2 MP
Tyrogue – 2 MP
Shinx – 3 MP
Emolga – 3 MP
Doduo – 3 MP
Deino – 2 MP
Zubat – 2 MP
Audino 1 MP
Spinda – 2 MP
Shroomish – 2 MP
Cacnea – 2 MP
Minun – 3 MP
Geodude – 2 MP
Magnemite – 3 MP
Drowzee – 1 MP
Mareep – 2 MP
Exeggcute – 2 MP
Goomy – 1 MP
Smoochum – 3 MP
Spearow – 2 MP
Dedenne – 3 MP
Hawlucha – 2 MP
Nidoran – 2 MP
Fletchling – 2 MP
Espurr – 2 MP
Beedrill – 3 MP
Ledyba – 2 MP
Rhyhorn – 1 MP
Mankey – 3 MP
Weedle – 1 MP
Carvanha – 2 MP
Taillow – 2 MP
Rattata – 2 MP
Lairon – 1 MP
Graveler – 1 MP
Koffing – 1 MP
Shelgon – 1 MP
Monferno – 2 MP
Grotle – 2 MP
Wartortle – 2 MP
Prinplup – 2 MP
Croconaw -2 MP
Ivysaur – 2 MP
Quilava – 2 MP
Charmeleon – 2 MP

Uncommon Pokemon

Charmander – 3 MP
Mightyena – 2 MP
Golem – 1 MP
Spinarak – 3 MP
Aipom – 3 MP
Caterpie – 1 MP
Mudkip – 3 MP
Chespin 2 MP
Aron – 2 MP
Treecko – 3 MP
Squirtle – 3 MP
Psyduck – 2 MP
Pikachu – 2 MP
Froakie – 3 MP
Bagon – 2 MP
Kabuto – 2 MP
Bulbasaur – 3 MP
Fennekin – 3 MP
Scyther – 2 MP
Torchic – 3 MP
Zangoose – 2 MP
Seviper – 2 MP
Piplup – 3 MP
Weezing – 2 MP
Girafarig – 2 MP
Butterfree – 2 MP
Staraptor – 2 MP
Bronzong – 1 MP
Turtwig – 2 MP
Tropius – 1 MP
Bellsprout – 1 MP
Voltorb – 2 MP
Xatu – 1 MP
Chimchar – 3 MP

Rare Pokemon

Armaldo – 1 MP
Murkrow – 3 MP
Steelix – 1 MP
Luxray – 2 MP
Heracross – 2 MP
Meowth – 2 MP
Skarmory – 2 MP
Machamp – 1 MP
Wobbuffet – 2 MP
Dratini – 2 MP
Eevee – 3 MP
Pinsir – 2 MP
Absol – 2 MP
Salamence – 2 MP
Gabite – 2 MP
Drapion – 1 MP
Goodra – 2 MP
Lapras – 2 MP
Sneasel – 2 MP
Electabuzz – 2 MP
Tyranitar – 1 MP

EX Pokemon

Dialga – 2 MP
Metagross – 1 MP
Lugia – 2 MP
Ho-Oh – 2 MP
Kyogre – 1 MP
Charizard – 1 MP
Palkia – 2 MP
Feraligatr – 1 MP
Darkrai – 2 MP
Groudon – 1 MP
Venusaur – 1 MP
Mewtwo – 2 MP
Blastoise – 2 MP
Mew – 3MP
Rayquaza – 1 MP
Zygarde – 1 MP
Snorlax – 1 MP
Keldeo – 3 MP
Giratina – 1 MP
Xerneas – 2 MP
Yveltal – 2 MP
Chesnaught – 2 MP
Greninja – 3 MP
Electivire – 2 MP
Garchomp – 2 MP
Empoleon – 2 MP
Lucario – 2 MP
Aggron – 1 MP
Infernape – 2 MP
Gardevoir – 2 MP
Manaphy – 1 MP
Torterra – 1 MP
Raikou – 2 MP
Latios – 3 MP
Genesect – 3 MP
Latias – 3 MP
Delphox – 2 MP
Typhlosion – 1 MP
Magmortar – 2 MP

This list is still a work in progress, as just writing down all the Pokemon is an incredible task. However, you have listed above all the common and EX Pokemon in Pokemon Duel, with most of the uncommon and rare ones being listed as well. We’ll update this list shortly with the remaining uncommon and rare Pokemon, but until then you have a huge list here and all the rarest pokemon already!

2 COMMENTS

  1. It be cool if you guys could post links or pictured of the pokemon in order to see their stats and stuff. I know it would be a lot of work so I’ll understand if you guys can’t/won’t.

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