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Old 01-15-2013, 02:00 AM
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The types of Chespin, Fennekin and Froakie have been officially revealed... and they're all single types. This is not too surprising considering that Bulbasaur is the only basic starter Pokemon that ever had a secondary type. The con

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Starters types revealed: they're grass fire and water
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Starters types revealed: they're grass fire and water
I've got to say, this is a pretty silly announcement. I almost got excited to see their new secondary types, but naaaahhh.
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YOU GUYS ARE SO UNGRATEFUL. xD

I think it;s awesome o know we don't have to debate a second-type for the little ones anymore. o;
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poor bulbasaur...he stands a lone ! Also I hate to agree with gold but he hit the nail on the head there. This annoncement is like finding out that you will in fact be able to catch pokemon in this game..lol
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I hope some more information gets leaked soon. Preferably something a little less obvious. :P
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I hope some more information gets leaked soon.
this is how information gets 733k3d
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I hope some more information gets leaked soon. Preferably something a little less obvious. :P
If I could like that picture I would !
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I hope Chespin gains a second type.
Having a grass starter that isn't completely green is weird to me.
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Having a Grass starter that isn't a reptile is weird to me. I like reptiles :(
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Having a Grass starter that isn't a reptile is weird to me. I like reptiles :(
The only Grass Starter I really like is Chikorita. It;s cute. The others are too reptilian-y for me. xD
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I think the starters could end up being pretty cool, and looking at them again has given me some time to speculate about their evolutions.

Froakie seems the most obvious to me. See that puffy stuff around his neck? Looks a bit like a cloud. Maybe some sort of storm frog in the works? Water/Electric?

I'm also thinking Fenniken might turn out to be Fire/Dark. It looks pretty evil to me!

As for Chespin...I'm not sure. Grass/Ground maybe?
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Having a Grass starter that isn't a reptile is weird to me. I like reptiles :(
Bulbasaur is an amphibian, and Chicorita is a mammal.
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The only Grass Starter I really like is Chikorita. It;s cute. The others are too reptilian-y for me. xD
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Bulbasaur is an amphibian, and Chicorita is a mammal.
No. According to Bulbapedia, Chikorita has similarities to sauropods, an infraorder of dinosaurs
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Bulbasaur is an amphibian, and Chicorita is a mammal.
No where does it say Bulbasaur is an amphibian. :( It definitely doesn't spend part of its life in water! People relate it to frogs for some reason, but I don't see the resemblence, physically or behaviourally. It is more of a dinosaur, which are reptiles. Chikorita is nothing that exists, but evolves into Bayleef and Meganium which are sauropods, as Judgmental Arceus said.
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