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Pokemon Go Every Pokemon Missing in the Game August 2023

Pokemon Go has been a popular game since its release, captivating players of all ages with its unique blend of augmented reality and the thrill of catching Pokemon in the real world. The game has seen numerous updates, events, and new Pokemon releases, keeping trainers engaged and eager for more. Despite the constant influx of new creatures, there are still some Pokemon that have yet to debut in Pokemon Go.

When the game first launched, it mainly featured Pokemon from the Kanto region, such as Pikachu, Charizard, the first Shiny Pokemon Magikarp, and Gyarados, which quickly became favorites among players.

Although Niantic and Pokemon Go have introduced a broad range of Pokemon, there are still several regions with missing Pokemon. Trainers eagerly await the debut of these elusive creatures, and the anticipation for their arrival remains high.

Let’s take a look at all the missing Pokemon in Pokemon Go below.

Pokemon Go List of All Missing Pokemon 2023

Pokemon Go Missing Pokemon from the Sinnoh region

  • Phione
  • Manaphy
  • Arceus

Pokemon Go Missing Pokemon from the Kalos region

  • Skiddo will currently only appear during Pokémon GO City Safari 2023 events but may appear worldwide at a later date
  • Gogoat
  • Honedge
  • Doublade
  • Aegislash (Shield and Blade)
  • Volcanion

Pokemon Missing from the Unova Region

  • Zen Mode Darmanitan
  • Keldeo Resolute
  • White Kyurem
  • Black Kyurem
  • Meloetta Pirouette

Pokemon Go Missing Pokemon from the Alola region

  • Wishiwashi
  • Mudbray
  • Mudsdale
  • Pyukumuku
  • Type Null
  • Silvally
  • Minior
  • Mimikyu
  • Drampa
  • Dhelmise
  • Necrozma
  • Magearna
  • Marshadow
  • Poipole
  • Naganadel
  • Stakataka
  • Blacephalon
  • Zeraora

Pokemon Go Missing Pokemon from the Hisui region

  • Hisuian Decidueye
  • Hisuian Typhlosion
  • Hisuian Samurrot
  • Hisuian Sliggoo
  • Hisuian Goodra
  • Hisuain Zorua
  • Hisuian Zoroark
  • Basculin White Stripe
  • Basculegion Male and Female
  • Hisuian Liligant
  • Wyrdeer
  • Dialga Origin
  • Palkia Origin
  • Enamorus Incarnate
  • Enamorus Therian

Pokemon Go Missing Pokemon from Paldea Region

  • Sprigatito
  • Floragato
  • Meowscarada
  • Fuecoco
  • Crocalor
  • Skeledirge
  • Quaxly
  • Quaxwell
  • Quaquaval
  • Lechonk
  • Oinkologne
  • Oinkologne (Female)
  • Tarountula
  • Spidops
  • Nymble
  • Lokix
  • Pawmi
  • Pawmo
  • Pawmot
  • Tandemaus
  • Maushold
  • Maushold (Family of Four)
  • Fidough
  • Dachsbun
  • Smoliv
  • Dolliv
  • Arboliva
  • Squawkabilly
  • Nacli
  • Naclstack
  • Garganacl
  • Charcadet
  • Armarouge
  • Ceruledge
  • Tadbulb
  • Bellibolt
  • Wattrel
  • Kilowattrel
  • Maschiff
  • Mabosstiff
  • Shroodle
  • Grafaiai
  • Bramblin
  • Brambleghast
  • Toedscool
  • Toedscruel
  • Klawf
  • Capsakid
  • Scovillain
  • Rellor
  • Rabsca
  • Flittle
  • Espathra
  • Tinkatink
  • Tinkatuff
  • Tinkaton
  • Wiglett
  • Wugtrio
  • Bombirdier
  • Finizen
  • Palafin
  • Palafin (Hero Form)
  • Varoom
  • Revavroom
  • Cyclizar
  • Orthworm
  • Glimmet
  • Glimmora
  • Greavard
  • Houndstone
  • Flamigo
  • Cetoddle
  • Cetitan
  • Veluza
  • Dondozo
  • Tatsugiri
  • Tatsugiri (Curly Form)
  • Tatsugiri (Droopy Form)
  • Tatsugiri (Stretchy Form)
  • Annihilape
  • Clodsire
  • Farigiraf
  • Dudunsparce
  • Dudunsparce (Two-Segment Form)
  • Dudunsparce (Three-Segment Form)
  • Kingambit
  • Great Tusk
  • Scream Tail
  • Brute Bonnet
  • Flutter Mane
  • Slither Wing
  • Sandy Shocks
  • Iron Treads
  • Iron Bundle
  • Iron Hands
  • Iron Jugulis
  • Iron Moth
  • Iron Thorns
  • Frigibax
  • Arctibax
  • Baxcalibur
  • Wo-Chien
  • Chien-Pao
  • Ting-Lu
  • Chi-Yu
  • Roaring Moon
  • Iron Valiant
  • Koraidon
  • Miraidon
  • Walking Wake
  • Iron Leaves

Unreleased Alternative forms for existing Pokemon

  • Paldean Tauros (Combat, Blaze and Aqua Breeds)
  • Hisuian Typhlosion
  • Paldean Wooper (November 2023 Community Day release)
  • Galarian Corsola
  • Rotom + Heat, and Fan Rotom
  • Origin Forme Dialga
  • Origin Forme Palkia
  • Hisuian Samurott
  • Hisuian Lilligant
  • White-Striped (Hisuian) Basculin
  • Zen Mode Darmanitan and Zen Mode Galarian Darmanitan
  • Hisuian Zorua and Zoroark
  • Black Kyurem and White Kyurem
  • Resolute Forme Keldeo
  • Pirouette Forme Meloetta
  • Poke Ball and Fancy Patterns Vivillon
  • Hisuian Sliggoo and Goodra
  • Hisuian Decidueye
  • Dusk Lycanroc
  • Crowned Sword Zacian
  • Crowned Shield Zamazenta
  • Dada Zarude
  • Chest Forme Gimmighoul
  • Ash Greninja

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Dejan Kacurov

Hey there, I'm Dejan! Let me take you through my life, where family, gaming, and CrossFit play prominent roles. Since day one, I've been surrounded by the love and support of my family. Growing up, every moment spent with my parents and siblings was filled with warmth and laughter, creating memories I hold dear. As a parent now, I've experienced a whole new level of love and responsibility. My two wonderful kids bring endless joy and a sense of purpose to my life. In the digital realm, I found my passion - gaming. Whether I'm conquering the world of Apex Legends or embarking on adventures in Pokemon Go, gaming fuels my sense of adventure and competition. Beyond the virtual world, I discovered the exhilaration of CrossFit. The challenging workouts, camaraderie with fellow fitness enthusiasts, and constant drive to push my limits have become an integral part of my life. Balancing family time, gaming, and CrossFit has been a journey of self-discovery. Each passion complements the other, bringing fulfillment and joy to my daily routine.


    1. Hi and thanks for your comment. Yes, you are right, and we removed Kleavor from the list. Kleavor made its Pokemon Go debut during the Kleavor Raid Day three months ago, on May 6, 2023. Thanks for letting us know.

    1. Palossand has been removed from the list. Palossand made its Pokemon Go on 6th June 2023 at the beginning of the Water Festival Beach Week. Out mistake has been fixed. Thanks for letting us know. Have a great day.

  1. I checked the Pokédex in Pokémon Go and #778 is there which means Mimikyu is in the game it’s just hardly anybody has Mimikyu yet so unless the only reason why I haven’t seen or heard about Mimikyu any where is because nobody talks about Mimikyu on any social media or websites which is werid because like I said Mimikyu is in the game and I have posted a tutorial on how to probably catch this Pokémon on my Twitter but since I’m suspended for no reason now nobody can see it so yeah that happened but yeah Mimikyu is in Pokémon Go

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