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Pokemon Yellow so naturally it was Pikachu and i had all of the other Starters in my team as well.
Got it, thanks. Well at least everyone knows what I like then...Grass starters EVERY time!
My first starter was Charmander. I was all about having a fire type on my side. I didn't mind at all that it made the first couple of gym battles tougher, it was well worth it. And I've stuck with the fire type for my starter in each game since then.
On a related note: Are there any plans to bring Red & Blue (or the remakes) to the Nintendo eShop? I'd like to snag one of those to play on my 3DS.
That is the trade off, but if you capture the caterpi it will learn Confusion when it evolves which helps immensely.
I ORIGINALLY picked Bulbasaur because the first play-through of most games I pick the "class" that the game recommends for new players. Any further play-throughs I would always pick Squirtle because Blastoise was one of the more powerful Water-types and the only one of the 3 who was a single type. I didn't like that Charizard was susceptible to Electric and Venusaur was susceptible to Psychic.
I had squirtle, my brother picked bulbasaur, and my dad picked charmander. When Leafgreen came out, I went with charmander.
My first Pokemon game(AND my first video gae actually) was Pokemon Blue,so to me at the time,it kinda made sense to pick the Pokemon taht was on the cover at the game (well really it was its evolution,but "Squirtle" best looked like it out of all the otherPokemon,so ichoose that one.)
A man once said "don't hate the players,hate the game". That man was wrong.(EX:COD)
I Pick Charmander because of the difficulty.
I Didn't Play pokemon Red and Blue until just recently on my PC but i would have to say
Charmander because its final evolve form, Charizard, looks like a dragon and is the strongest.
Charmander of course ...he turns into a dragon that not dragon type and he has a temper