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Gold/Silver Lost Pokémon

A long time ago in a galaxy far far away, there was a time when there was now such thing as Treecko, Mudkip, or any other Ruby and Sapphire Pokémon. Heck, there wasn't even any Gold & Silver Pokémon for that matter. So during this weird and strange time, every website was on the look out to find ANY info they could on what might be new Pokémon in the new Gold and Silver game. And many assembled quite a list.

But soon enough, Pokémon G/S came out, and we all learned what Pokémon REALLY were in G/S, and what Pokémon weren't.

So... this page has old G/S info about all the LOST POKÉMON... the Pokémon that just didn't make it. (oooh, scary!)

Let's see...

• Just Pokémon Names
Akueria (Aquria?, Possibly an evolution of Akua)
Peintaa (Painter?, Possibly Doburu's prototype name)
Huoo (Not Houou, not Hoohoo, but Huoo)

Now these were ACTUAL Pokémon names that were confirmed by many Japanese News web sites. However, as we all know by now, they don't exist.

Pokémon Names with some info:
- A Goose Pokémon of the Steel type. We all know that there is no Yoroidori, but I'll bet you that this was the prototype name for Eaamudo (aka Skarmory).

Pokémon Names and Pictures:

Hapa - A Chikorita look-alike. I'm betting that this was Chikorita's prototype name also.

Kurusu - Obviously a water Pokémon. Probably was going to be a pre-evolution of Seel.

Huguu - Another water Pokémon.

Honooguma - A fire bear Pokémon. Sort of resembles Pikachu or something. :\


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