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At the beginning of their journey, Trainers are given a starter Pokémon. This Pokémon will be used to battle the first wild Pokémon that the Trainer encounters.

Once another Pokémon is caught, the starter Pokémon may be retired, but it is often with this Pokémon that Trainers learn friendship and trust. As such, even advanced Trainers may still use their starter Pokémon, and they will often be the most powerful Pokémon on their respective teams.

Starter Pokémon

In the Urobos region, Professor Mangrove will give the player a choice between Foliat, Kidling and Aguade. Each of them is at level 5.

Foliatsugi
Foliat
Grass
002MS Florabri
Grass Flying
003MS Floressum
Grass Flying
Kidling Sugi 4c
Kidling
Fire
005MS Pyroat
Fire Rock
006MS Flairees
Fire Rock
Aguade Sugi 4B
Aguade
Water
008MS Iguadium
Water Fighting
009MS Aguanaut
Water Fighting

The player's rival (the player character not chosen) will then take the starter Pokémon that has a type advantage over the one the player chooses. However, that Pokémon is stolen by Ricardo soon afterwards and the rival takes the remaining starter Pokémon.

Base stat comparison when fully evolved

Pokémon 003Floressum
Floressum
FantasticFlairees
Flairees
Aguanautprofile
Aguanaut
HP
75
80
95
Attack
70
120
95
Defense
73
75
113
Sp. Attack
105
90
75
Sp. Defense
85
80
75
Speed
120
90
75
Total 528 535 528

Trivia

  • The secondary types of the starter Pokémon's evolved forms (Flying/Rock/Fighting) form another type effectiveness triangle, in addition to the main Grass/Fire/Water triangle.
    • This secondary triangle goes in the same direction as the primary one. This means that the primary and secondary type of one evolved starter will each be super-effective against the primary and secondary type of another evolved starter respectively, and will each be resisted by the primary and secondary type of the third evolved starter respectively.
    • The secondary triangle is the only other type effectiveness triangle possible (in that each of the types is super-effective against another and resisted by the third). It also only contains types which used to be considered physical types, while the Grass/Fire/Water triangle only contains types which used to be considered special.


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by in-game stats base stats (by typefully evolved) • catch rateExp/EVs given in battle
gender ratiosteps to hatchwild held itembase friendship
by category starterlegendary (GolemsSpiritsIdolsQuetzar) • fossilform differences
by development Pokémon needing: Pokédex entriescriesTMstutor movesbreeding moveswith locked stats
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