For the trainer who wishes to catch ’em all in a modern-day Sinnoah on Nintendo Switch, you are in luck as this very special Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Pokémon Shining Pearl guide is all about the Version Exclusive Pokémon that can be obtained from each game:

Pokémon Exclusive to Pokémon Brilliant Diamond:

  • #010 – Caterpie
  • #011 – Metapod
  • #012 – Butterfree
  • #023 – Ekans
  • #024 – Arbok
  • #058 – Growlithe
  • #059 – Arcanine
  • #086 – Seel
  • #087 – Dewgong
  • #123 – Scyther
  • #125 – Electabuzz
  • #198 – Murkrow
  • #207 – Gligar
  • #212 – Scizor
  • #239 – Elekid
  • #243 – Raikou
  • #244 – Entei
  • #245 – Suicune
  • #246 – Larvitar
  • #247 – Pupitar
  • #248 – Tyanitar
  • #250 – Ho-oh
  • #261 – Poochyena
  • #262 – Mightyena
  • #273 – Seedot
  • #274 – Nuzleaf
  • #275 – Shiftry
  • #303 – Mawile
  • #304 – Aron
  • #305 – Lairon
  • #306 – Aggron
  • #335 – Zangoose
  • #337 – Solrock
  • #352 – Kecleon
  • #430 – Honchkrow
  • #408 – Cranidos
  • #409 – Rampardos
  • #434 – Stunky
  • #435 – Stuntank
  • #467 – Magmortar
  • #472 – Gliscor
  • #483 – Dialga

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Pokémon Exclusive to Pokémon Shining Pearl:

  • #013 – Weedle
  • #014 – Kakuna
  • #015 – Beedrill
  • #027 – Sandshrew
  • #028 – Sandslash
  • #037 – Vulpix
  • #038 – Ninetales
  • #079 – Slowpoke
  • #080 – Slowbro
  • #126 – Magmar
  • #127 – Pinsir
  • #144 – Articuno
  • #145 – Zapdos
  • #146 – Moltres
  • #199 – Slowking
  • #200 – Misdreavus
  • #216 – Teddiursa
  • #217 – Usaring
  • #228 – Houndour
  • #229 – Houndoom
  • #234 – Stantler
  • #240 – Magby
  • #249 – Lugia
  • #270 – Lotad
  • #271 – Lombre
  • #272 – Ludicolo
  • #302 – Sableye
  • #336 – Seviper
  • #337 – Lunatone
  • #363 – Spheal
  • #364 – Sealeo
  • #365 – Walrein
  • #371 – Bagon
  • #372 – Shelgon
  • #373 – Salamence
  • #429 – Mismagius
  • #410 – Shieldon
  • #411 – Bastiodon
  • #431 – Glameow
  • #432 – Purugly
  • #466 – Electivire
  • #484 – Palkia

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As always, we hope you found this guide helpful.

By Jack Longman

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