Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl overhauled the underground into the Grand Underground. One of the major changes made was the inclusion of special underground biomes where you could find Pokemon by removing secret base furniture in favor of statues. Statues are important for those looking to find rare Pokemon in the Grand Underground, but they are a new feature that is likely to confuse a lot of players.

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There are dozens of statues in the game, so it's also hard to keep track of them all. The guide below tells you how to find statues and lists every statue that has currently been found.

How To Get Statues In Diamond & Pearl

Digging mini-game

Statues can be obtained by digging in the Grand Underground. They are a pretty common object and come in large boxes that depict the statue type on the lid. At the end of each dig, statues will automatically be revealed and added to the inventory for your secret base. The boxes appear at random and the box type is left up to RNG.

Once you have a secret base, you can place statues around the room to increase your chance of running into certain types of Pokemon.

  • Quick Tip: When you catch a legendary in Ramanas Park, you will get a statue of the Pokemon. Legendary statues have a higher effect on Pokemon typing in the Grand Underground than regular statues do.

Every Statue In Diamond & Pearl

Secret Base in Grand Underground

Below is every statue that is currently known to be in Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl. Keep in mind that every statue below is found by digging, with the exception of the legendary Pokemon statues. There are statues from all four gens, and it will likely you take you quite some time to find them all:

Charmander Charmeleon Vaporeon Charizard Arcanine Mr. Mime Alakazam
Nidoqueen Nidoking Flareon Meowth Bulbasaur Lapras Ivysaur
Venusaur Clefairy Omastar Pikachu Psyduck Magikarp Poliwrath
Oddish Vulpix Snorlax Squirtle Wartortle Gyrados Blastoise
Chansey Lickitung Porygon Tauros Weezing Seaking Kangaskhan
Jigglypuff Geodude Dragonite Tentacruel Slowpoke Ditto Machamp
Rapidash Farfetch'd Articuno Jolteon Genger Eevee Cubone
Zapdos Moltres Cyndaquil Quilava Typhlosion Chikorita Bayleef
Hoothoot Noctowl Marill Ampharos Sunkern Furret Sudowoodo
Meganium Totodile Croconaw Feraligatr Togepi Bellossom Crobat
Murkrow Aipom Steelix Unknown Quagsire Espeon Umbreon
Snubbull Girafarig Dunsparce Heracross Wobbuffet Scizor Miltank
Octillery Smeargle Tyranitar Magcargo Mantine Ho-oh Entei
Suicune Raikou Flygon Sharpedo Wailmer Roselia Altaria
Manectric Cacturne Illumise Volbeat Zangoose Minun Plusle
Skitty Shroomish Beautifly Sableye Ludicolo Gardevoir Ninjask
Slaking Mawile Treecko Grovyle Sceptile Torchic Combusken
Blaziken Mudkip Marshtomp Swampert Dustox Exploud Aggron
Torkoal Camerupt Medicham Solrock Lunatone Kecleon Whiscash
Castform Claydol Absol Seviper Cradily Tropius Milotic
Spheal Salamence Luvdisc Chimecho Relicanth Clamperl Metagross
Kyogre Groudon Rayquaza Latios Latias Registeel Regice
Regirock Lugia Bibarel Staraptor Mothin Burmy Wormadam
Budew Kricketot Piplup Prinplup Empoleon Chimchar Monferno
Infernape Turtwig Grotle Torterra Luxray Vespiquen Roserade
Cherubi Floatzel Ambipom Cranidos Bastiodon Pachirisu Gastrodon
Chatot Mismagius Happiny Honchkrow Buneary Drifloon Purugly
Bronzong Spiritomb Skuntank Lucario Togekiss Garchomp Lumineon
Drapion Weavile Magnezone Abomasnow Carnivine Hippowdon Tangrowth
Electivire Rhyperior Croagunk Yanmega Magmortar Leafeon Glaceon
Gallade Gliscor Porygon-Z Probopass Mamoswine Dusknoir Froslass
Dusknoir Rotom Refrigerator Rotom Lawn Mower Rotom Wash Rotom Fan Rotom Stove Rotom

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