While they are not direct remakes, Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee intently observe 1998’s Pokemon Yellow, through which you began the sport with Pikachu. Instead of Red and Blue’s selection of Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Squirtle, you begin Let’s Go with both Pikachu or Eevee, relying in your model. However, similar to in Yellow, you can get every of the three unique starter Pokemon if you realize the place to look.
There are two methods to get the Gen 1 starters: You can catch them within the wild, or you may obtain them as one-time items from NPCs. The NPC route is the simplest, because the starters may be considerably laborious to seek out within the wild, and the Pokemon you obtain as items will all the time have comparatively good stats. All it’s worthwhile to do is catch sufficient Pokemon complete to fulfill the NPCs’ requirements–this contains repeats of Pokemon you have already caught, so it is all about amount.
- Bulbasaur: Given by a girl in a home in Cerulean City as soon as you have caught 30 Pokemon complete
- Lvl 12; is aware of Tackle, Growl, Vine Whip, and Leech Seed
- Charmander: Given by a person on Route 24 north of Nugget Bridge as soon as you have caught 50 Pokemon complete
- Lvl 14; is aware of Scratch, Growl, Smokescreen, and Ember
- Squirtle: Given by Officer Jenny in Vermillion City as soon as you have caught 60 Pokemon complete
- Lvl 16; is aware of Tackle, Tail Whip, Bubble, and Withdraw
Additionally, you may seize the starters within the wild. We’ve seen Bulbasaur in Viridian Forest, Charmander in Rock Tunnel, and Squirtle on Route 24 and the Seafoam Islands. We will replace this text with some other areas they have been discovered, so tell us if there’s something we missed.
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