NONE, Dunsparce looks better
mmm idk that implies him being part steel which ik everyone wants that but i really don't
i just want him to resemble excadrill in a way (minus the steel)
hmmmm i guesss so but he best not be steel type
opinions tend to differ we're human
but idk i still really like the grass/dark idea seems legit
I have no idea what the starters may look like, but they won't be any of these things.
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it's called speculation for a reason bro
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I like the idea of Chespim being Grass/Steel as well. Doubt it would hapeen but that would be an amazing combination.
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Grass/Steel is so awesome defensively. If Chespin evolves into the typing, I am hoping it is more of an offensive Ferrothorn. Anyway here is my Chespin final evo stats:
87% on metacritic
perfect score (40/40) on famitsu, 15th or so ds game in history to do so.
9/10 on both ign and nintendo power
95% on the official nintendo magazine.
just saying, you're arguing with the opinions of the majority or professional gamers here. many of whom have also played since red/blue and gold/silver. what i strongly believe is that every generation improves exponentially upon the previous. how pissed would we be if we were in the 5th gen and still stuck with the same original 150 and the same moves and battle system and the same graphics?
on my first playthrough i was wondering why every town you went to after striaton had a gym. it seemed like there was no room for exploration. the game felt a little too easy for a pokemon game. but then i looked at the plot on my second playthrough, which trumps any other plot BY FAR. hg/ss and platinum don't even come close. gen 5 also introduced the most powerful pokemon that are still in OU too-terrakion, landorus, tornadus, conkeldurr, haxorus, hydreigon, volcarona, ferrothorn, jellicent just to name a few. every generation i make a team made up of just pokemon of the newest generation, and i have to say my gen 5 team is the strongest by far.
Someone once said if you only like one generation you really aren't a true fan of pokemon. to be honest i cannot wait to see what Generation six has to offer, i hope the starters evolve into something cool, i am not really raising my hopes, i just hope the Six generation does provide us with a larger range of improvements, better story and some really cool designs for different pokemon.
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You're not of Pokemon if every gen you start by complaining instead of being curious.
Yes, Chespin being Grass/ Steel is an amazing combination. Except that, it will be x4 times weak against Fennekin and its evos.
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Sorry for the off-topicness of this post, but I feel the need to defend the Pokémon of Gen V here right now. It's quite long so I'll put it in a spoiler.
On topic, I hope we get more information on the starters and/or their evolutions soon. I really want Fennekin to be a fast special-attacker with its final stage being Fire/Psychic. I'd also love it if you could get another of the three starters, if not both of them, later on in the game (after beating the league or completing the regional dex or something).
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Maybe Froakie evolves into a water/flying pokemon, since it uses Acrobatics in the trailer.
And maybe the foam on Froakie's back really is a cloud ( or some sort of silly cape)
I think it's quite probable, seeing that water starters in Gen4 and 5 have always evolved into something unexpected.
^ I dont understand this, it looks like Fury Swipes, which most starters can learn. Most Water-Starters can learn Hydro Pump, but Fennekin... errr. I don't know.
^What I meant by water starters being unexpected is that no one expected Piplup to become steel type when he evolved. I mean how can you imagine a penguin's flippers becoming sharp blades.
And no one expected oshowatt to become a samurai sea lion in need of a haircut.
i don't care if it's fury swipes or acrobatics but he better not be water/flying just because the reasoning behind it makes no sense at all.
if you knew at least a little about frogs you would know that when they lay eggs they excrete foam to protect the eggs
it isn't a cloud -_-