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2011-09-13 02:45:27

In Diamond and Pearl, there is a total of 493 Pokemon. 5 of these are event Pokemon and are required for completion of the nationaldex.

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No, there is not a Pokedex after the National Pokedex in Pokemon Diamond Version.




What you have to do is catch all the Pokemon from all the other regions(complete national dex.


To get the national dex in diamond, you must see, not catch , all 150 Sinnoh Pokemon.AnswerBy viewing and/or catching all of the Pokemon in Sinohh.


150 (and Manaphy, but you don't need to see or get it) in the Sinnoh Dex, and 493 in the National Dex. There should be 151 Pokemon in Pokemon Diamond.


No all you have to do is SEE the first 150 Pokemon then you shall get the national dex..



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In the National Dex, #114 is Tangela, the Grass-type Pokemon. In the Regional Dex, #114 (#201 in the National Dex) is Unown, the Psychic-type Pokemon.


it doesnt matter with time. you just have to have seen all the Pokemon in the sinnoh dex


By seeing all of the Pokemon there are in Sinnoh.


find him in the ND(national dex)




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No is doesn't only if you complete the national dex



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