Swampert, Altaria, Minun, Plusle, Swablu, Mudkip, Marshtomp, Torchic, Treecko...nya~
Swampert, Pulse, Minun, Salamance
I just love breloom. It's a fighting mushroom!!!
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I'll put my 6 favorite, it is very difficult to choose... The 3rd Generation was the most liked, and some cool Pokémons.
1 - Blaziken
2 - Breloom
3 - Aggron
4 - Sableye
5 - Metagross
6 - Rayquaza
Pokémon like Flygon, Milotic, Zangoose and Altaria, I also very short xD
Flygon <3 :3
Flygon is by far the best pokemon in 3rd gen, shame it took me so long to figure out how to get one. haha
Sceptile, and Rayquaza are a mean green team when used properly. ^^
"3rd time's a charm"
Hoenn's probably still my favorite dex, so I don't think I can limit it to five...
Gardevoir is my favorite. That's easy
Milotic is second favorite. That's pretty easy too.
Beyond that, just in the order they come to me - Camerupt (and Numel), Flygon (and Vibrava and Trapinch), Hariyama, Medicham, Breloom, Cacturne, Zangoose, Altaria, Shiftry, Slaking (and Vigoroth), Aggron (and Lairon and Aron). And all three starters, pretty much equally. And more I'm sure I'm forgetting...
I don't like as many 3rd gen as other gens (IDK why, most of them seem really meh to me), but I'll give it a shot:
Also, I feel like some Pokemon have been improved in later gens, especially ones that got neat new DW abilities or new evolutions 4th gen. For instance:
Gen 3 has a lot of cool-looking pokémon like:
Absol, Milotic, Salamence, Metagross, Gardevoir , Aggron, Flygon and all the legendary's
swampert of course
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Fire is the key to life.
treeko, breloom, requazza, kyogre, then zigzagoon
Swampert, Seviper, Rayquaza, Milotic, Solrock, Lunatone.
Apparently, the Kids Bop lyrics of "Thrift Shop" go like this:
Walk into the club, like, "What up, I gotta big heart"
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Off the top of my head:
Looking back, Gen 3 had quite a lot of good Pokemon.
All of them.
Rayquaza, Blaziken, Manectric, Swellow, Salamence, and Metagross.