Good Lord, With Over 700 Pokémon, The Pokerap Has Become Massive

Good Lord, With Over 700 Pokémon, The Pokerap Has Become Massive

Electrode, Diglett, Nidoran, Mankey, Venusaur, Rattata, Fearow, Pidgey, Seaking, Jolteon, Dragonite, Gastly, Ponyta, Vaporeon, Poliwrath, Butterfreeeeee! ...wait, there's more than just these Pokémon at the start of the Pokerap? No way.

Oh, but there are. Many, many more — while many of us have only memorised the first part of the famous Pokerap (a song featured in the Pokémon anime), as new generations go by, the Pokerap has slowly been gaining an absurd number of Pokémon. The games themselves, after all, now have a tremendous number of Pokémon.

All together, it amounts to about 10 minutes worth of Pokerap, in fact — or at least, that's how long College Humour's version of the newest Pokerap is. This version includes all Pokémon — yes, even those new 'mon from Pokemon X & Y. Have a listen:

OK now memorise it!

Ha, yeah right.


    I don't believe I just watched all of that. Pretty impressive job pulling that together, even if it's for a joke!

    Much better put together than I thought, would be really good if they took out the joke and had more fitting lines in my opinion.

    On a side note, Found my first shiny in X that being a shiny Clawitzer after 30 minutes of chain fishing :), however... still no shiny Ralts after 600 eggs hatched, still gonna hang in there.

      Think i read that the shiny rate is about 1/8500 on average, so you still have potentially a lot to go :S

      I got a shiny Barbaracle from breeding, but that was pure random luck :P

        Yeh the wild encounter rate is around that.

        However, i'm breeding using the Masuda method which basically changes the chances to 1/1366 if you breed with a foreign Pokemon (Pokemon marked with a different country tag i.e JPN).

        Radar chaining gives 1/200 chance once you reach a 40 chain and I believe chain fishing is even higher but no-one has the numbers yet.

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