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Main GamesEdit

Kanto Edit

In Pokemon Red, Blue, Green, FireRed and LeafGreen Versions, Professor Oak brings Trainers to his Lab to give them one of the three Kanto starters:


001
Bulbasaur
004
Charmander
007
Squirtle
Grass Poison Fire Water
002 Ivysaur 005 Charmeleon 008 Wartortle
Grass Poison Fire Water
003 Venusaur 006 Charizard 009 Blastoise
Grass Poison Fire Flying Water

The player's Rival (Blue) will choose the starter with the tyoe advantage over yours. The remaining Pokemon will sit on Prof. Oak's desk for the rest of the game.

In Pokemon Yellow Version, Professor Oak instead gives out:

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Pikachu
Electric

This Pikachu attacked the player on Route 1, which Prof. Oak caught. The player's Rival recieves an Eevee.


JohtoEdit

In Pokemon Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold and SoulSilver, Professor Elm has the player run an errand for him and gives him/her one of the three Johto starters. The player keeps the Pokemon after completing the task:


Chikorita
Chikorita
Cyndaquil
Cyndaquil
Totodile
Totodile
Grass Fire Water
153 Bayleef 156 Quilava 159 Croconaw
Grass Fire Water
154 Meganium 157 Typhlosion 160 Blastoise
Grass Fire Water

A theif (Silver) steals the Pokemon with the type advantage over yours. The theif then becomes your Rival.


HoennEdit

In Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald Versions, atfer Prof. Birch is rescued by the player from either a Poochyena (Ruby/Sapphire) or a Zigzagoon (Emerald). The professor gives the player the Pokemon they used to defeat the attacking Pokemon:

Treecko
Treecko
Torchic
Torchic
Mudkip
Mudkip
Grass Fire Water
253 Grovyle 256 Combusken 259 Marshtomp
Grass Fire Water
254 Sceptile 257 Blaziken 260 Swampert
Grass Fire Water

The player's Rival (either May or Brandon) will already have the starter Pokemon (given to them by their father, Prof. Birch). Their chosen starter will have the type advantage over the player's.

SinnohEdit

In Diamond and Pearl, the player and the Rival are attacked by wild Starly while at Lake Verity. The player must choose one of the three Pokemon inside a nearby briefcase. One of:

Turtwig
Turtwig
Chimchar
Chimchar
Piplup
Piplup
Grass Fire Water
388 Grotle 391 Monferno 394 Prinplup
Grass Fire Fighting Water
389 Torterra 392 Infernape 395 Empoleon
Grass Ground Fire Fighting Water Steel

The player's Rival will then choose the starter with the type advantage over the player's. This also marks the first game in the series in which all three of the starter's are taken. One by the player, one by the Rival and one by Dawn or Lucas.

IsshuEdit

In Black and White, the Professor Araragi (the first female Pokemon Professor) will give the player one of the three Isshu starters: Tsutarja, Pokabu or Mijumaru:

Tsutarja
Tsutarja
Pokabu
Pokabu
Mijumaru
Mijumaru
Grass Fire Water

PhutoEdit

In Sun and Shadow, during the introduction segment of the game, Prof. Hawthorn will ask the player to choose a starter. When the main game begins, the player uses it to find the other two starters.

Tweeglet
Tweeglet
Blazeit
Blazeit
Crokite
Crokite
Grass Fire Water Dark

Simmons will later show the player how to battle. The person he battles has the starter with the type advantage over the player's and also becomes the player's Rival.

Side GamesEdit

OrreEdit

In Pokemon Colosseum, the player will recieve both an Espeon and an Umbreon. This is a first for the Pokemon games.

Espeon
Espeon
Umbreon
Umbreon
Psychic Dark

In Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness, the player already has an Eevee at the beginning of the game. It is at Level 10:

Eevee
Eevee
Normal
134 Vaporeon 135 Jolteon 136 Flareon 196 Espeon 197 Umbreon 470 Leafeon 471 Glaceon
Water Electric Fire Psychic Dark Grass Ice

At the beginning of the game, someone will offer the player one of the five evolutionary triggers (Water Stone, Thunderstone, Fire Stone, Moon Shard or Sun Shard), these items will evolve the Eevee into one of the five eeveelutions (at the time).

Special StartersEdit

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red and Blue Rescue TeamEdit

In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red and Blue Rescue Team, the following Pokemon are avaliable as candidates for the Hero and Partner.

001
Bulbasaur
004
Charmander
007
Squirtle
025
Pikachu
052
Meowth
054
Psyduck
066
Machop
104
Cubone
Grass Poison Fire Water Electric Normal Water Fighting Ground
133
Eevee
152
Chikorita
155
Cyndaquil
158
Totodile
252
Treecko
255
Torchic
258
Mudkip
300
Skitty
Normal Grass Fire Water Grass Fire Water Normal

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and DarknessEdit

In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Darkness, the following Pokemon are avaliable as candidates for the Hero and Partner:

001
Bulbasaur
004
Charmander
007
Squirtle
025
Pikachu
052
Meowth
152
Chikorita
155
Cyndaquil
158
Totodile
Grass Poison Fire Water Electric Normal Grass Fire Water
252
Treecko
255
Torchic
258
Mudkip
300
Skitty
387
Turtwig
390
Chimchar
393
Piplup
446
Munchlax
Grass Fire Water Normal Grass Fire Water Normal

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of SkyEdit

The following Pokemon are avaliable as candidates for the Hero and Partner:

001
Bulbasaur
004
Charmander
007
Squirtle
025
Pikachu
037
Vulpix
133
Eevee
152
Chikorita
155
Cyndaquil
Grass Poison Fire Water Electric Fire Normal Grass Fire
158
Totodile
231
Phanpy
252
Treecko
255
Torchic
258
Mudkip
300
Skitty
387
Turtwig
390
Chimchar
Water Ground Grass Fire Water Normal Grass Fire
393
Piplup
403
Shinx
447
Riolu
Water Electric Fighting

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Keep Going! Blazing Adventure Squad!Edit

In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Keep Going! Blazing Adventure Squad! The following Pokemon are avaliable as the Hero and Partner:

004
Charmander
037
Vulpix
058
Growlithe
133
Eevee
155
Cyndaquil
216
Teddiursa
255
Torchic
390
Chimchar
427
Buneary
Fire Fire Fire Normal Fire Normal Fire Fire Normal

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Let's Go! Stormy Adventure Squad!Edit

In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Let's Go! Stormy Adventure Squad! the following Pokemon are avaliable as the Hero or Partner:

007
Squirtle
158
Totodile
194
Wooper
231
Phanpy
258
Mudkip
298
Azurill
360
Wynaut
393
Piplup
447
Riolu
Water Water Water Ground Ground Water Normal Psychic Water Fighting

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Go For It! Light Adventure Squad!Edit

In Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Go For It! Light Adventure Squad! the following Pokemon are avaliable as candidates for the Hero and Partner:


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