- Pokémon legends: Arceus – What are Starter Pokémon?
- Starter Pokémon: Fiery
- Starter Pokémon: Ottaro
- Starter Pokémon: Bauz
- Which starters there are
- Where the strengths and weaknesses of the Pokémon are
- Which pocket monster suits you best to you
In Pokémon legends: Arceus you can let off steam in the new Hisui region. Before you can explore the new Open World , you must first select a starter Pokémon. As in any other game of the series, three cute pocket monsters are available to you. But what are the starters differing and which Pokémon is best suited to me?
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Pokémon legends: Arceus – What are Starter Pokémon?
In every new game of the main series you get to your adventure for your first Pokémon. This Pokémon is called “starter” as it is the first companion with which she starts in the game. Traditionally, three different Pokémon you have to choose from, all of which have a different types .
Types determine how strong or weak your Pokémon is against other types. The whole thing is based on a huge “ scissors, stone, paper ” concept. For example, fire types are weak against water-pokémon, but strong against the type “plant”.
Accordingly, starters have no all-rounders and must be supplemented by other Pokémon in the team. Starter Pokémon are nonetheless by above-average values and therefore form the core of your team. A special feature in the new game represent the last further developments. These new “HISUI forms” have additional a second type.
Starter Pokémon: Fiery
- Type: Fire
- Further developments: Level 17 -> Igelavar (Fire), Level 36 -> Tornupo (fire / mind)
Fiery is one of the most useful fire-Pokémon ever. Fiurigel and its further developments are characterized by a huge high speed (initiative) and a high special attack , which determines the strength of many attacks. The big problem with Fiurigel is the low KP value (power points), which indicates how much damage a Pokémon can plug in before it becomes unconscious.
As with all starters, the focus should be paid to the last stage of development. Tornupos in the Hisui region are both the fire and spirit type. As Ghost-Pokémon gives Tornupto access to a lot of strong attacks and has many immunities that make it strong against normal, fire, plant, ice, beetle, combat and poison pokémon. Unfortunately, Tornupo pulls the shorter against most legendary Pokémon, as many of them can use spirit attacks.
Starter Pokémon: Ottaro
- Type: water
- Further developments: Level 17 -> Zwauttronin (Water), Level 36 -> Admurai (water / fight)
Ottaro had his first appearance in Pokémon black & white. Already at that time, Ottaro situated his advancements for a good all-rounder , the offensive and defensive well dressed together. Ottaro’s last development, Admurai, also has a special Hisui shape that is both water type and inappropriate Pokémon.
Admurai has almost identical values in attack and special attack , which is a very good prerequisite for inappropriate types. Admurai does not have immunity to a particular type. Against grass, electricity, combat, beetle and fairy-pokémon, it attracts the shorter, for example, Admurai is particularly effective against fire, water, psycho-, unsilting, spirit and steel types. If you want a good all-rounder, you should therefore grab Ottaro.
Starter Pokémon: Bauz
- Type: Plant / flight
- Further Developments: Level 17 -> Arboretoss (Plant / Flight), Level 36 -> Silvarro (Plant / Fighting)
Bauz is the plant starter who celebrated his debut in Pokémon Sun & Moon. As the only starter-Pokémon, Bauz has two types, namely plant and flight, which is significantly better than his colleagues in the beginning. At the beginning, the values of Bauz may still appear relatively balanced. The last further development (SilVarro), however, is particularly weak against normal attacks and only has little CP
The Hisui form of SilVarro has next to the plant type now also the types of fighting. That makes him weak to fire, ice, poison, flight and psycho and strong towards water, plant, electric, stone, floor and inappropriately. In summary, Silvarro has very good attack values, but also a lot of weaknesses that place him in our opinion behind Fiursel and Ottaro.
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