September 23, 2018 2:43 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

In keeping with the tradition of main series Pokémon games having multiple versions, this November won’t just see the release of one Pokémon: Let’s Go game, it’s going to see the release of two in the form of Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! and starters are not the only version exclusives the games will have.

Much like the games that have come before it, it has been confirmed that the Let’s Go games do in fact have their own version exclusive Pokémon and it is that subject in which this guide is dedicated to.

Let's Go Version Exclusive Pokémon

Only, while players would normally have to pick one game over the other and rely on trading with others to complete their Pokédex, the Let’s Go games does something a little different in the sense it supports the mobile game Pokémon GO.

With said support, players have the option to capture and trade for all the Kanto region Pokémon they could want, with up to 1,000 of them being able to be transferred into the Let’s Go games, regardless of whether they come from yourself, your family and even your friends. Heck, you can also transfer Alolan versions of Gen 1 Pokémon as well.

 

So, whether you choose to go into Pokémon: Let’s Go on a clean slate, or go into a catch ‘em all frenzy with the mobile game in the meantime, the following lists are every single Version Exclusive Pokémon for the Let’s Go games:

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The Version Exclusive Pokémon of Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu!

 

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Starter Exclusive Pikachu:

National Pokédex number: #25

Type: Electric

Evolution Notes: Starter Exclusive Pikachu can not evolve

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Sandshrew

National Pokédex number: #027

Type: Ground

Evolution Notes: Evolves into a Sandslash at Level 22

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Alolan Sandshrew

National Pokédex number: #027

Type: Ice/Steel

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Sandslash

National Pokédex number: #028

Type: Ground

Evolution Notes: Evolves from a Sandshrew at Level 22

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Alolan Sandslash

National Pokédex number: #028

Type: Ice/Steel

Evolution Notes: Evolves from an Alolan Sandslash via the use of an Ice Stone

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Oddish

National Pokédex number: #043

Type: Grass/Poison

Evolution Notes: Evolves into a Gloom at Level 21

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Gloom

National Pokédex number: #044

Type: Grass/Poison

Evolution Notes: Evolves from an Oddish at Level 21 and evolves into a Vileplume via the use of a Leaf Stone

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Vileplume

National Pokédex number: #045

Type: Grass/Poison

Evolution Notes: Evolves from a Gloom via the use of a Leaf Stone

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Mankey

National Pokédex number: #056

Type: Fighting

Evolution Notes: Evolves into a Primeape at Level 28

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Primeape

National Pokédex number: #057

Type: Fighting

Evolution Notes: Evolves from a Mankey at Level 28

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Growlithe

National Pokédex number: #058

Type: Fire

Evolution Notes: Evolves into an Arcanine via the use of a Fire Stone

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Grimer

National Pokédex number: #087

Type: Poison

Evolution Notes: Evolves into a Muk at Level 38

 

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Alolan Grimer

 

National Pokédex number: #087

Type: Poison/Dark

Evolution Notes: Evolves into an Alolan Muk at Level 38

 

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Muk

 

National Pokédex number: #088

Type: Poison

Evolution Notes: Evolves from a Grimer at Level 38

 

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Alolan Muk

 

National Pokédex number: #088

Type: Poison/Dark

Evolution Notes: Evolves from an Alolan Grimer at Level 38

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Scyther

National Pokédex number: #123

Type: Bug/Flying

Evolution Notes: Although Scyther can evolve into a Scizor when traded, whilst holding the Metal Coat item, Scyther can not be evolved in the Pokémon: Let’s Go games.

 

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Version Exclusive Pokémon of Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!

 

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Starter Exclusive Eevee

National Pokédex number: #133

Type: Normal

Evolution Notes: Starter Exclusive Eevee can not evolve

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Ekans

National Pokédex number: #023

Type: Poison

Evolution Notes: Evolves into an Arbok at Level 22

 

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Arbok

 

National Pokédex number: #024

Type: Poison

Evolution Notes: Evolves from an Ekans at Level 22

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Vulpix

National Pokédex number: #037

Type: Fire

Evolution Notes: Evolves into a Ninetales via the use of a Fire Stone

 

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Alolan Vulpix

National Pokédex number: #037

Type: Ice

Evolution Notes: Evolves into an Alolan Ninetales via the use of an Ice Stone

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Ninetales

National Pokédex number: #038

Type: Fire

Evolution Notes: Evolves from a Vulpix via the use of a Fire Stone

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Alolan Ninetales

National Pokédex number: #038

Type: Ice

Evolution Notes: Evolves from an Alolan Vulpix via the use of an Ice Stone

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Meowth

National Pokédex number: #052

Type: Normal

Evolution Notes: Evolves into a Persian at Level 28

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Alolan Meowth

National Pokédex number: #052

Type: Dark

Evolution Notes: Evolves into an Alolan Persian when levelled up with a High Friendship

 

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Alolan Persian

 

 National Pokédex number: #053

Type: Dark

Evolution Notes: Evolves from an Alolan Meowth when levelled up with a High Friendship

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Bellsprout

National Pokédex number: #069

Type: Grass/Poison

Evolution Notes: Evolves into a Weepinbell at Level 21

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Weepinbell

National Pokédex number: #070

Type: Grass/Poison

Evolution Notes: Evolves from a Bellsprout at Level 21 and evolves into a Victreebel via the use of a Leaf Stone

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Victreebel

National Pokédex number: #071

Type: Grass/Poison

Evolution Notes: Evolves from a Weepinbel via the use of a Leaf Stone

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Koffing

National Pokédex number: #109

Type: Poison

Evolution Notes: Evolves into a Weezing at Level 35

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Weezing

National Pokédex number: #110

Type: Poison

Evolution Notes: Evolves from a Koffing at Level 35

 

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Pinsir

 

National Pokédex number: #123

Type: Bug

Evolution Notes: Although Pinsir doesn’t evolve into another Pokémon, it can evolve into Mega Pinsir, when using Pinsirite.

As for other exclusive Pokémon that are associated with the Let’s Go games, Mew is exclusive to the Poké Ball Plus, whereas Meltan requires Pokémon GO and as does his evolution Melmetal. You can learn more about each Pokémon, in their separate guides, which can be seen with the following links:

 

Meltan Guide: https://miketendo64.com/2018/10/10/guide-how-to-catch-meltan-in-pokemon-go/

 

 Melmetal Guide: https://miketendo64.com/2018/10/24/guide-how-to-evolve-meltan-into-melmetal-in-pokemon-go/

Mew Guide: https://miketendo64.com/2018/11/16/guide-how-to-transfer-mew-from-the-poke-ball-plus-to-pokemon-lets-go/

 

Until next time, keep on gaming!

 

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