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Northern Winds
4th December 2005, 8:54 AM
At the beginning of Mysterious Dungeon, do you get to pick which pokemon you play as? And if so, then among which ones? The suspense kills.

PikaPikaChu
4th December 2005, 1:01 PM
The starter is random, but you can chose your partner

XyronTheFalcon
4th December 2005, 1:05 PM
A song:

Northen Winds,Northen Winds!
You crazy stupid nincompoop!
What forums are you on?
Serebii Forums!
Tell me again!
Serebii Forums!

www.serebii.net
He's your friend.........
use it well and try your best!
Mysterious dungeon page is where you will
find the answer to your question!

OhOhohOhOh!

Alastor DMc
5th December 2005, 6:14 AM
That's not a very good song. There's no music

Kez
5th December 2005, 7:58 PM
I have looked on the main site and could not really find anything that actually said this, please can someone point out if there is some where. But the answer to you question is no. You get randomly turned into one of the starters, depending on the game. One you complete the first half of the game though you can play as any pokemon in you friend area i think. And all of the pokemon are in this game as well.

Hope that I was helpful.

Northern Winds
6th December 2005, 7:38 AM
I have looked on the main site and could not really find anything that actually said this, please can someone point out if there is some where. But the answer to you question is no. You get randomly turned into one of the starters, depending on the game. One you complete the first half of the game though you can play as any pokemon in you friend area i think. And all of the pokemon are in this game as well.

Hope that I was helpful.

So if I end up starting with a pokemon I don't like, then I could just restart it and try for another?

On another note (sort of), I think if I had to choose among the starters, then I'd like Charmander, Chikorita, or Torchic. I hope they're all on the same version, probably not though. I'm not that lucky.

pikachu_king
6th December 2005, 2:09 PM
So if I end up starting with a pokemon I don't like, then I could just restart it and try for another?

On another note (sort of), I think if I had to choose among the starters, then I'd like Charmander, Chikorita, or Torchic. I hope they're all on the same version, probably not though. I'm not that lucky.
heres starters for each version:

red:
water wtarters
grass starters
skitty
eevee
psyduck

blue:
fire starters
grass starters
skitty
eevee
psyduck

(thats what I seem to remember, seeing as I started as totodile once in red and neve one got a fire starter)

Northern Winds
7th December 2005, 6:09 AM
heres starters for each version:

red:
water wtarters
grass starters
skitty
eevee
psyduck

blue:
fire starters
grass starters
skitty
eevee
psyduck

(thats what I seem to remember, seeing as I started as totodile once in red and neve one got a fire starter)

Really? I thought I remembered reading that the waters were in blue and the fires were in red. But maybe I read wrong. Anyway, thanks. That's just what I was looking for.

LordGek
7th December 2005, 3:22 PM
Actually I'm pretty sure the starters are the same in both games!

I'm currently playing as a Mudkip on Blue and when fiddling with Red I once got a Charmander starter.

akua
7th December 2005, 3:58 PM
This game look's like it's gonna be decent i've been thinking though will it move the traditional pokemon theme? will people stop buying the pokemon games we all love and worship i doubt it but it could be possible....

pikachu_king
7th December 2005, 3:58 PM
Actually I'm pretty sure the starters are the same in both games!

I'm currently playing as a Mudkip on Blue and when fiddling with Red I once got a Charmander starter.
then how'd I get a totodile in red with no cheats asmy start (not partner, starter) o.O

LordGek
7th December 2005, 4:56 PM
then how'd I get a totodile in red with no cheats asmy start (not partner, starter) o.O

Did you read my post? ALL STARTERS ARE IN BOTH! You can get any of the nine in either Red or Blue. My example was just proof that you can get water folk in blue and fire in red IN ADDITION TO THE EXACT OPPOSITE (water folk in red and fire folk in blue).

Nidorino99
7th December 2005, 11:23 PM
I believe you can only get cyndaquil, meowth, and machop if you're male, and chickorita, skitty, and eevee if you're female.

PikaPikaChu
7th December 2005, 11:26 PM
yup, some pokemons are only male/female

Arriscas
8th December 2005, 3:29 AM
But do we even get to choose if we are female or male?

pikachu_king
8th December 2005, 3:30 AM
But do we even get to choose if we are female or male?
last question, top answer is male, bottom answer is female.

Arriscas
8th December 2005, 3:42 AM
last question, top answer is male, bottom answer is female.

I just clicked here and there hoping to get a pokemon I liked and I got eevee. ;133; So does this mean I'm female?

Northern Winds
8th December 2005, 8:34 AM
So when you're human it shows you as male or female? I only assume that you start out as a human anyway, I haven't played the game yet.

Arriscas
8th December 2005, 10:48 AM
So when you're human it shows you as male or female? I only assume that you start out as a human anyway, I haven't played the game yet.

Actually you start as a pokemon.

Smoke_Screen
10th December 2005, 1:25 PM
does anyone know what pokemon the green thing is that bounces on its bum?

DarkGengar
10th December 2005, 4:38 PM
Hmm so it Random

LordGek
10th December 2005, 4:52 PM
Hmm so it Random

Only if you can't read Japanese. The game asks you a series of questions that, depending on how you answer, give you higher or lower ratings in stuff like whimsicalness, aloofness, impatience, innocense, etc. Whichever characteristic you rate highest at by the end and the gender you choose determines what pokemon you get. Also to make this a little trickier, the order and which questions you get are randomized so you can't just tell somebody to answer "A-B-C-A-C..." and expect to get the same results.

Northern Winds
11th December 2005, 8:08 AM
This is starting to sound like Dragon Warrior 3. Which is a good thing. That game was quite impressive, especially for such a basic Game Boy Color game.