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Is there any Pokemon based off non-living things?

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Like, is there Pokemon that are based off things in real life that are not alive?

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It's Kirby but less sexy :3
Like inanimate objects or ghosts? If you just mean random stuff then theres balloons, ice cream, candles and magnets. Expect Chaireon in gen 6.
Reshiram's a dragon. It's not really "imaginary" by Pokemon standards, since Dragons exist in normal mythology.
And Chaireon's a fakemon. If it's real I will pretend Gen VI never existed.
jigglypuff is way sexier than kirby!

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  • Geodude, Graveler, Golem, Roggenrola, Boldore, Gigalith, Onix, Regirock (Rocks)
  • Litwick (Candle)
  • Lampent (Lamp)
  • Chandelure (Chandelier)
  • Magnemite, Magneton, Magnezone, Nosepass, Probopass (Magnets)
  • Grimer, Muk, Koffing, Weezing (Sludge, Poison)
  • Steelix, Registeel, Bronzor, Bronzong (Steel)
  • Voltorb, Electrode (Poke Balls)
  • Unown (Letters)
  • Lunatone (Moon)
  • Solrock (Sun)
  • Regice (Ice)
  • Beldum, Metang, Metagross (Computer)
  • Cofagrigus (Coffin)
  • Klink, Klang, Klinklang (Gears)
  • Cryogonal (Snowflake)
  • Golett, Golurk (Armor)
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Vanillite, Vanillish, Vanniluxe - Ice Cream
Rotom - electron
Trubbish, Garbodor - garbage
I'm pretty sure Golett and Golurk are based off these ancient stone warrior myth things I once read about, but nice answer.
wow i was beat by alot
how about the different forms of rotom, they're appliances
lol ditto-clay
What about Nosepass? It's based off of the statues on Easter Island..
You forgot about balloon Pokemon though..... Jigglypuff is a balloon, so is Drifloon, and Drifblim!
(porygon, porygon 2, porygon-z are all cyber space stuff...) (pineco is a pinecone) (baltoy and claydol are ancient toys) (chimecho is a wind chime) (castform is a cloud) (chingalig is a bell) (sigilyph is a hieroglyph)
Yamask, Gastly, Haunter, Gengar, Shuppet, and Banette. First 4: Ghosts. Last 2: Puppets
All the Rotoms (washing machine, lawn mower, etc)