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I mean Pokémon like Torracat. It's name starts with T, and ends with T.

That's all.

Why is this flagged? I think its related enough to Pokémon.
It requires a lot of tedious research to answer and wouldn’t really have any applicable value to know. Although it kind of looks like the first half of that reason has been debunked.
Didn't Bulbasaur_ggd just answer? And I think you can do this with a 'Pokémon by name' site. But I'm too lazy to do that, and I didn't find any of those.
Yeah, that’s what I meant when I said that the first part had been debunked.
This would be removed because it is low quality content. I don’t think it crosses the line — clearing flags.
Wdym with no quality content? I actually wanted to know this for a game.
Say a Pokémon, and the end letter of the name has the be the beginning of the other Pokémon's name.

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Abra, Electrode, Exeggcute, Eevee, Meganium, Girafarig, Delibird, Ho-Oh, Medicham, Electrike, Grumpig, Altaria, Piplup, Prinplup, Mothim, Shellos, Rhyperior, Electivire, Krokorok, Alomomola, Klink, Tyrunt, Amaura, Phantump, Trevenant, Noivern, Torracat, Oricorio, Mega Houndoom, Mega Medicham

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I don't think Mega counts as part of a Pokemon's name. :P
Yeah, what if you're one of those guys on Smogon who formats them like Aggron-mega?
According to the TCG "Mega" is part of a Pokemons name
In the TCG, "Mega" and "EX", etc. are part of the CARD's name, not the Pokemon's name, witch is why when you mega evolve a Pokemon in game, their name doesn't change. Mega is just an alternate form of a Pokemon, which is why they are listed as alternate forms in the pokedex and aren't their own Pokemon. :P