Good starter pokemon?

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Good starter pokemon?

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I just started over my pokemon diamond game. What type of pkmn should i start with? I also have action replay and a code that allows me to obtain any type of pokemon from Oreburgh town. I get them from the Museum when i talk to the fossil maniac at the counter. I have choices of pokemon from every season. Can someone create a good starter team for me?
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if you're to play legit, start with the firemonkey.
If you're to cheat, start with Mewtwo. lvl 5 mewtwo at lvl 100 is unstoppable when trained properly.
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SASSZAIN wrote:if you're to play legit, start with the firemonkey.
If you're to cheat, start with Mewtwo. lvl 5 mewtwo at lvl 100 is unstoppable when trained properly.
Two words: competitive play.
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what about it? XD she mentioned nothing about competitive play~
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Still, you said unstoppable.. I'm just saying it's not >_>

And I didnt know you played pokemon zain :o
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I've been playing pokemanz since they came out.
I was once a walking pokemon encyclopedia..
now i'm just half an encyclopedia with worn out pages.
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It's an amazing game. Haha. I still play it when I'm bored :D

Who's your favorite? :o
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My favorite pokemon?
Rayquaza, by far. There are a few legend pokemon that I like too, but they have yet to come out in the game as anything more than lore.
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Aw, a legendary :(
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lol My fav non legendary is Blastoise.
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Eevee. <3
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:D I love eevee too. S much lore with that one
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I dont like the new Eevee-lutions though. Glaceon and Leafeon. So dumb. xD
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SASSZAIN wrote:I've been playing pokemanz since they came out.
I was once a walking pokemon encyclopedia..
now i'm just half an encyclopedia with worn out pages.
You mean an Encyclopedia that hasn't been updated :mrgreen:

I finished Platinum in like... 4 days >_>. I think the hardest thing about it was the Ghost gym x_x

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rofl, yeah, the newest eevee evolutions are.. poorly done. I've seen some fanart versions of the rest of the elements and they where interesting,a nd will likely be simmilar to the end results.
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Each generation of Pokemon gets less creative.. >_>
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