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5 Pokemon that aren't in Pokemon GO but absolutely should be

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Pokémon Go has a huge roster of collectible pocket monsters, but the mobile title doesn't have every monster from every game.  With this happening, some players are requesting the arrival of certain Pokemon to improve the experience.

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Although the number of missing Pokémon in Pokémon Go is small, it is enough for many users.  Hopefully, Niantic will include more of these Pokémon in future updates and compensations.

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A steel/ghost-type from the Kalos region, Ageslash is a particularly unique Pokémon.  Since it resembles a sword and shield, it can move between offensive and defensive forms to change its stats and adapt to combat situations.

Aegislash

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Another ghost-type Pokémon from the Kalos region, Mimikyu also has a Fairy Typhoon, making it quite versatile as far as element combinations go.  It doesn't have many forms like Ageslash, but its false "head" slips off when it attacks.

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Xeraora, an electric-type mythical Pokémon from the Alola region, has found some recent love in the Pokémon franchise after being added to Pokémon Unite's launch roster.  However, this wild electric-type could use a little more praise and make its way to Pokémon Go.

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Cosmog was the primary Legendary Pokémon centered on the story of Pokémon Sun and Moon.  Cosmic Puffball is a psychic-type who is relatively unremarkable in his own right.

Cosmog and its evolutionary line

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Arceus is believed to be the creator of the entire Pokémon world, making it one of the most iconic Pokémon in the franchise.  It's able to take on 18 different forms depending on its elemental type, which may be part of why it hasn't been released to Pokémon Go yet.

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Regardless, Arceus is so famous and beloved that it got a mainline entry into the franchise with Pokémon Legends: Arceus, so there's certainly no shortage of appetite for this Pokémon coming to Pokémon Go.

It may be difficult to present, but Niantic has had enough time to find out the specifics of releasing this Pokémon god in the future.