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Pokémon search is a feature on the page with Pokémon collection that allows a Trainer to create a filtered view of their Pokémon. This feature was introduced in update to version 0.67.1.[1] All search terms are case-insensitive and spacing is not necessary.

The version 0.193.2 introduced advanced functions to Pokémon search.[2][3] Pressing the search bar will show a list of several recommended search specifications as buttons. A See More button is located on the top right, clicking it will display:

Recent: four most recent searched terms Special: includes Buddies, Hatched, Lucky, Mythical, Legendary, Purified, Shadow, Shiny, Event, Traded, Can Evolve and Can Mega Evolve. Appraisal: includes 0, 1, 2, 3 Stars and Perfect. Region: includes all regions. Pokémon Type: Includes all Types.

Long-pressing a recent search will mark it in the favorite section (located above Recent). Favorite search can be renamed. Each Trainer has a maximum of 12 favorite searches.

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Contents

1 Filtering by name 2 Filtering by Pokédex number 3 Filtering by type 4 Filtering by family 5 Filtering by attack 6 Filtering by CP and HP 7 Filtering by IVs 8 Filtering by distance 9 Filtering by caught days 10 Filtering by region 11 Filtering by keyword 12 Advanced search 13 Gallery 14 Trivia 15 References 16 External links

Filtering by name

Filtering by name works just the same as a normal text search. It returns Pokémon whose name matches the query. This search does not search sub-strings, so the first part of the name must be supplied. This feature supports ASCII and Unicode input. Searching by a Pokémon species name ignores nicknames.

Example

Term Result MyTyranitar Returns a Pokémon named “MyTyranitar” Tyranitar Returns all Tyranitar

Filtering by Pokédex number

Pokémon can be filtered by their Pokédex number by entering a search range.

Example

Term Result 248 Returns all Tyranitar 200–248 Returns all Pokémon with a Pokédex number between 200 and 248

Filtering by type

Pokémon can be filtered by their types by adding their type to the search bar. Multiple Types can be queried at a time by using one or more of the supported separators – colon (:), semi-colon (;), comma (,), or an ampersand (&). The latter was introduced in version 0.69.1.[4]

Example

Term Result fire Returns all Fire-types in the Pokémon list fire, ground Returns all Fire-types and all Ground-types fire & flying Returns all Pokémon that are dual-type Fire/Flying

Filtering by family

Pokémon that belong to a particular family can be filtered by searching a species name and placing a plus sign (+) before it.

Example

Term Result +bulbasaur Returns all Bulbasaur, Ivysaur and Venusaur in the Pokémon list +runerigus Returns all Yamask, Cofagrigus and Runerigus in the Pokémon list

This method also works for a Pokémon family you”re currently missing a stage of in collection or even Pokédex. For example, searching +wartortle when you don”t have one will still show your collection of Squirtle and Blastoise.

Filtering by attack

Pokémon with a particular attack or attack type can be filtered by using the at-sign (
).

When filtering by attack type, if a number (1, 2, or 3) is placed between the
and the type, it will search for Pokémon with an attack that matches the type for that slot.

Fast Attack Charged Attack Secondary Charged Attack

Example

Term Result Version
crunch Returns all Pokémon with the move Crunch 0.73.1[5]
dark Returns all Pokémon with a Dark-type attack 0.73.1[5]
1psychic Returns all Pokémon with a Psychic-type fast attack

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2dragon&
3flying Returns all Pokémon with a Dragon-type charged attack and a secondary Flying-type charged attack
1rock&
2rock,
3dark Returns all Pokémon with a Rock-type fast attack and either a Rock-type charged attack or a secondary Dark-type charged attack
move Returns all Pokémon that have not learned a secondary charged attack 0.137.2[6] !
move Returns all Pokémon who have learned a secondary charged attack 0.137.2[6]
special Returns all Pokémon with a legacy move (includes Return and Frustration) 0.157.0[7]

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weather Returns all Pokémon boosted by current weather conditions 0.89.1[8]

Filtering by CP and HP

Pokémon can be filtered similar to the way they can be searched by Pokédex number. The only difference is by adding “cp” in the front of the range to search for Pokémon by CP and “hp” in front to search for Pokémon by HP.

Example

Term Result cp2000-3000 Returns all Pokémon with CP between 2,000 and 3,000 hp200-300 Returns all Pokémon with HP between 200 and 300 cp-500 Returns all Pokémon with CP less than or equal to 500 cp3792- Returns all Pokémon with CP greater than or equal to 3,792

Filtering by IVs

Pokémon can be filtered by the percentile group of their Individual Values. This feature was added in version 0.149.0.[9]

Example

Term Result 0* Returns all Pokémon with IVs between 0 – 49% 1* Returns all Pokémon with IVs between 51.1 – 64.4% 2* Returns all Pokémon with IVs between 66.7 – 80.0% 3* Returns all Pokémon with IVs between 82.2 – 97.8% 4* Returns all Pokémon with 100% IVs

Filtering by distance

Pokémon can be filtered by their distance between their recorded location and the Trainer”s current location. This feature was added in version 0.157.0.[10] This filter is very similar to the Combat Power filter.

Example

Term Result distance10-100 Returns all Pokémon caught or hatched 10 to 100 meters away from Trainer”s current location distance1000- Returns all Pokémon caught or hatched 1,000 meters—or more—away from Trainer”s current location

Filtering by caught days

Pokémon can be filtered by caught days. This feature was added in version 0.169.0.[11] This filter is very similar to the Combat Power filter.

Example

Term Result age 0 Returns all Pokémon caught within 24 hours. age 3 Returns all Pokémon caught 3 days ago. age 3-7 Returns all Pokémon caught between 3 days and 7 days ago. year 2018 Returns all Pokémon caught in 2018. year -2018 Returns all Pokémon caught before 2019-01-01.

Filtering by region

Pokémon can be filtered by their regions. Alolan/Galarian forms can be found by both alolan/galar and their original from”s region.

Term Result Version alola Returns all Pokémon from the Alola region 0.107.1[12][13] galar Returns all Pokémon from the Galar region 0.159.0[14][13] hoenn Returns all Pokémon from the Hoenn region 0.159.0[13] johto Returns all Pokémon from the Johto region 0.159.0[13] kalos Returns all Pokémon from the Kalos region 0.193.2 kanto Returns all Pokémon from the Kanto region 0.159.0[13] sinnoh Returns all Pokémon from the Sinnoh region 0.159.0[13] unova Returns all Pokémon from the Unova region 0.159.0[13]

Filtering by keyword

Keywords are reserved-words that are used, similar meta-tags, to return Pokémon in the search. They are usually properties of a Pokémon and not visible to the user.

Usage

Term Result Version costume Returns all Event Pokémon 0.139.1[15] defender Returns all Pokémon are currently defending gyms 0.75.0[16] eggsonly Returns all Baby Pokémon 0.137.1[17] evolve Returns all Pokémon that can evolve 0.67.1[18] evolvenew Returns all Pokémon that have new dex entry when evolved, even if they don”t have enough candy at the moment 0.169.0[11] female Returns all female Pokémon 0.149.0[19] gbl Returns all Pokémon caught from GO Battle League [20] genderunknown Returns all genderless Pokémon 0.149.0[19] hatched Returns all hatched Pokémon 0.137.1[21] item Returns all Pokémon that can evolve who require an Evolution Item 0.137.1[22] legendary Returns all Legendary Pokémon 0.75.0[16] lucky Returns all Lucky Pokémon 0.117.2[23] male Returns all male Pokémon 0.149.0[19] mythical Returns all Mythical Pokémon 0.101.0[24] purified Returns all Purified Pokémon 0.149.0[25] raid Returns all Pokémon caught from Raid Battle [20] research Returns all Pokémon caught from Research tasks [20] rocket Returns all Pokémon caught from Team GO Rocket [20] shadow Returns all Shadow Pokémon 0.149.0[25] shiny Returns all Shiny Pokémon 0.91.1[26] traded Returns all Pokémon received from trades 1.111.2[27] tradeevolve Returns all Pokémon are eligible for trade Evolution bonuses 0.165.0[28] candyxl Returns all Pokémon are powered by candy-xl [29]

Advanced search

All the filter methods mentioned above can be chained together by separating the queries with colons (:), semi-colons (;), commas (,) and ampersands (&). Searches can also be inverted by negating (!) the search term.

Example

Term Result Version pidgey, rattata Returns all Pidgey, Rattata, and other Pokémon with the specified name cp10, 147 Returns all 10 CP Pokémon and all Dratini !evolve Returns all Pokémon that either cannot evolve or do not have enough candy 0.133.0[30]

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