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A fossil is an item that can be found in certain caves and dug up in the Underground. Fossils can then be resurrected into the Pokémon it is a fossil of. Each Generation has its own set of fossils consisting of at least two stage-two evolutionary families with Generation II being the exception.

Name Image Pokémon Evolution Type Generation
Helix Fossil Helix Fossil.png 138.png Omanyte 139.png Omastar RockWater I
Dome Fossil Dome Fossil.png 140.png Kabuto 141.png Kabutops RockWater I
Old Amber Old Amber.png 142.png Aerodactyl None RockFlying I
Root Fossil File:Root Fossil.png 345.png Lileep 346.png Cradily RockGrass III
Claw Fossil File:Claw Fossil.png 347.png Anorith 348.png Armaldo RockBug III
Skull Fossil Skull Fossil.png 408.png Cranidos 409.png Rampardos Rock IV
Armor Fossil Armor Fossil.png 410.png Shieldon 411.png Bastiodon RockSteel IV
Cover Fossil Cover Fossil.png 564.png Tirtouga 565.png Carracosta WaterRock V
Plume Fossil Plume Fossil.png 566.png Archen 567.png Archeops RockFlying V
Jaw Fossil Jaw Fossil Sprite.png 696.png Tyrunt 697.png Tyrantrum RockDragon VI
Sail Fossil Sail Fossil Sprite.png 698.png Amaura 699.png Aurorus RockIce VI

Resurrecting[edit | edit source]

In order to resurrect the fossil into a Pokémon, you'll need to visit a building, usually a museum.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Generation I is the only Generation to have more than two fossils, Old Amber.
  • Generation II is the only Generation without fossils.