Pokémon Diamond & Pearl have the highest amount of Pokémon in any game between them. With 445 Pokémon obtainable in one way or another without backwards trading (425 per game), there are still 48 Pokémon that are not available in the games, several of which are actually vital to obtaining a new Pokémon.

The way you get these Pokémon are by transferring them or one of their evo chain to Diamond & Pearl using Pal Park and capturing them in there, Breeding if necessary to get the lower forms.

These are the only Pokémon that you need to transfer using this method in order to complete the National Dex. All others are obtainable in the game.

Below is a list of all the Pokémon that are not Wild or Obtainable in Diamond & Pearl by themselves:

Unobtainable Pokémon

Nat No. Pic Name Type 1 Type 2
#001 Bulbasaur
#002 Ivysaur
#003 Venusaur
#004 Charmander  
#005 Charmeleon  
#006 Charizard
#007 Squirtle  
#008 Wartortle  
#009 Blastoise  
#114 Tangela  
#144 Articuno
#145 Zapdos
#146 Moltres
#150 Mewtwo  
#151 Mew  
#152 Chikorita  
#153 Bayleef  
#154 Meganium  
#155 Cyndaquil  
#156 Quilava  
#157 Typhlosion  
#158 Totodile  
#159 Croconaw  
#160 Feraligatr  
#243 Raikou  
#244 Entei  
#245 Suicune  
#249 Lugia
#250 Ho-oh
#251 Celebi
#252 Treecko  
#253 Grovyle  
#254 Sceptile  
#255 Torchic  
#256 Combusken
#257 Blaziken
#258 Mudkip  
#259 Marshtomp
#260 Swampert
#357 Tropius
#377 Regirock  
#378 Regice  
#379 Registeel  
#380 Latias
#381 Latios
#382 Kyogre  
#383 Groudon  
#384 Rayquaza
#385 Jirachi
#386 Deoxys  

 
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