by, 31st December 2010 at 11:45 PM (1771 Views)
Here I am again... This time I doing a study on the many archetypes in Pokemon.
Starter Trio- We start our study with the most obvious archetype in the series the Starter Trio. They are the first Pokemon in their R-Dex (The Unova Trio being the exception due to Victini being #000.) They are always Grass/Fire/Water typed. They are also always have three evo's.
All Grass Starters are based on a reptile (Dinosaur(Kanto/Johto) Geecko (Hoenn) Turtle (Sinnoh) Snake (Unova)
Early Bug- One of the first Pokemon encountered. They allow the player to have access for a strong (or at least strong at the time) Pokemon early in-game. They evolve really fast allowing them to be fully evolved by level 10 Though they are almost worthless mid-way through. (The Unova Bugs being an exception)
Early Bird- These guys are almost always among the first Pokemon encountered in-game. They are all Normal/Flying (except for Wingull if you count him as one.)
Early Rodent- These guys along with the Bird and Bugs are among the first Pokemon found. Of course they are based on rodents.
Like the bug they are usually only useful for the beginning and Mid-part of the story and are usually replaced by other Pokemon later on.
Electric Rodent/Pika-clone- These guys are Electric typed and are based on Reodents (hence the name) They are always small and cute and except for Pikachu they don't evolve. TGhey also have always kept their English name (Though Emoga's English name hasn't been reveled yet)
Regional Cat- These guys are feline Pokemon. Can't say much... All but Choroneko are Normal typed. They have been in every Gen except for Gen II
Glameow/Shinx (Lions are feline)(Sinnoh)
Regional Dog- Like the cats they are Canine enough said. They have been in every Gen but Gen IV aad except for Yorterry are two staged Pokemon.
Poochyena (I know Hyena's technically not dogs... )/Electrike (Hoenn)
Early Electric- These guys are different from the Rodents. They are one of the first Pokemon you encounter... I love this one I always use them
Regional Monkey- DO I have to explain this...? They're Monkeys plain and simple they are two stage pokemon (except for Chimichar but he's a starter so he doesn't count)
Regional Water/Flying- One of the classic type combos that have been in every Gen. They are all two staged pokemon.
Regional Ghost- These guys are the main ghost of their Gen.
Regional Flower Flower Pokemon
Mascot Trio Ever since Gen III the games mascots have been in a Trio. (I know Grey isn't out yet but Kyurem is going to be the Mascot Trio it's obvious.)
Weather Trio (R/S/E): Groudon/Kyogre/Rayquaza
Dragon Trio (D/P/Pt): Dialga/Palkia/Giratina
Tao Trio (B/W/?G?): Reshiram/Zekrom/Kyurem
Secondary Trio These Guys are not as important as the mascot trio. They have a BST of 580
Bird Trio: Articuno/Zepdos/Moltres
Beast Trio: Suicune/Raikou/Entei
Regi Trio: Regice/Registeel/Regirock
Lake Trio: Uxie/Mesprit/Azelf
Musketeer Trio: Colbalon/Terrakion/Virizon (Does Keldeo count?)
Kami Trio: Tornelos/Voltolos/Landlos
Legendary Duo- Like the Trio they have been in every Gen (except for Gen V strangely... they added THREE Trio's but not a duo...)
Mew Duo: Mew/Mewtwo
Tower Duo: Lugia/Ho-Oh
Eon Duo/Lati@s: Latios/Latias
Lunar Trio: Cresselia/Darkrai
Sea Guardians: Manaphy/Phione
Trio Master- The Leaders of the Trio's all Trio's have them (Except for the Tau Trio but we'll see later)
Bird Trio Master: Lugia
Beast Trio Master: Ho-Oh
Weather Trio Master: Rayquaza (Also in the Trio)
Regi Trio Master: Regigigas
Dragon/Lake Trio Master: Arceus
Musketeer Trio Master: Cobalon (Also in the Trio)
Kami Trio Master: Landlos
Thats it for no... IF I missed one please tell me.... HAPPY NEW YEARS!!!!!
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