The Pokémon franchise has grown exponentially since its launch in 1996, with video games, an anime series with movies, and a trading card game, among other merchandise. Most anime fans recognize the theme song – and have randomly sung it in unison. The fad continued with the augmented reality game Pokémon Go, which kept many players glued to their phones during the summer months of 2016. As of November 2016 with the release of Pokémon Sun & Moon, there are 802 Pokémon, including 47 Legendary Pokémon.
According to Bulbapedia, every generation featured at least three Legendary Pokémon, some more powerful than others. We can laugh …
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