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My Eight Pokemon Dream Teams (One Per Generation):

My Eight Pokemon Dream Teams (One Per Generation):

To round off our Pokemon month, let us get back to the heart of Pokemon.  That, of course, is friendship and the bonds you form with these creatures you befriend (*cough* force to battle then catch most of the time, but I’ll use upbeat language *cough, cough*), all on this incredible journey.  Pokemon as a series has evolved (ha), adding new mechanics to give a slightly fresh spin on the same formula that has been around from the start.  Yet, a few components have not changed and I do not think ever will.

One is that your team of Pokemon that travel alongside you is made up of six members.  Sure, your post-game goal is to ‘catch ’em all,’ since that is literally the catch-phrase for this industry, but all Pocket Monsters you gain after six go straight to the region’s professor or Bill or are trapped in a PC in the digital verse (maybe that’s how Digimon are made, lol), all depending on which version you are entertained by.  You can choose and switch around your partners with ease, so having a team you want is fairly obtainable.

Yet, as the Champion of the Prism League (the TCG league I founded in my hometown to teach children how to play the game, BUT it has lore and we all have backstories), I pondered for you, dear followers of my quest: If I could have my dream team of Pokemon, using only Pokemon created/introduced in THAT region/gen, which six would battle alongside me on my way to the top?

I also figured, like the heroine, I would be blessed to meet at least ONE Mystic or Legendary being.  HA! In modern games, it’s easier to get more, but that always seemed so unrealistic to me.  So, I limited myself to one PER region and they are separate from my team.

If you click the name of each Pokemon, it’ll send you to their link on Bulbapedia to inform you more on these fine creatures that have given me so much in my life.  ^_^ There are over 900, so picking 56 was a challenge, lol! I think this will introduce you to what type of person and trainer I am as well.  I also tried to keep my teams balanced, but still keep ones that I really like/love.

Let’s introduce the team!  Pokeball, GO!

The photo above is of me and my niece at Halloween two years ago.  ^_^ I am dressed as a gen 1 Pokemon Trainer.

All other photos are found on Google Image search.  All credit and appreciation go to their creators.

My Eight Pokemon Dream Teams by Generation:

Gen #1 (Kanto:) Ponyta, Alakazam, Starmie, Growlithe, Vileplume, Raichu (Mewtwo)

Gen #2 (Johto:) Typhlosion, Furret, Skarmory, Espeon, Ampharos, Kingdra (Entei)

Gen #3 (Hoenn:) Swampert, Linoone, Gardevoir, Mawile, Altaria, Absol (Latias

Gen #4 (Sinnoh:) Glaceon, Gallade, Dusknoir, Lucario, Luxray, Mime JR (Giratina)

Gen #5 (Unova:) Samurott, Herdier, Sigilyph, Chandelure, Emolga, Swanna (Meloetta)

Gen #6 (Kalos:) Delphox, Talonflame, Vivillon, Pyroar, Aurorus, Pangoro (Xerneas)

Gen #7 (Alola:) Primarina, Mimikyu, Hakamo-o, Togedemaru, Lycanroc (Mid-day form), Steenee (Lunala)

Gen #8 (Galar:) Cinderace, Thievul, Boltund, Corviknight, Drednaw, Frosmoth (Calyrex)



You’ll get lists like my favorite Pokemon by types, themes, movies, gym leaders, elite fours, and more.  🙂

Pokemon Game Reviews Here:

Had to add my favorite Pokemon of all time, Ponyta, to say thank you! <3 ^___^


Go capture the beauty and fun of the Pokemon World, trainers! Stay geeky! 🙂


Educator of young minds by day, super nerdy savior of justice, and cute things by night, Morgan Straughan Comnick has a love for turning the normal into something special without losing its essence. Morgan draws from real-life experiences and her ongoing imagination to spark her writing. In her spare time, she enjoys doing goofy voices, traveling to new worlds by turning pages, humming child-like songs, and forcing people to smile with her “bubbliness.” It is Morgan’s mission in life to spread the amazement of otaku/Japanese culture to the world and to stop bullying; she knows everyone shines brightly.

For more information about Morgan and her works, check out her website, which also has links to all her social medias: http://morganscomnick.com

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