Dunno if I've posted in here before. I'd pull a Wally and start with Ralts.
BUT! I'm picky about the Ralts evolution line. Gardevoir is my fave, but I only raise female ones. Gamefreak made a mistake not giving male Gardes a redesign, or not introducing Gallade 1 gen prior.
So if it's a male Ralts, evolve it into a Gallade, female- Gardevoir.
...the only reason I even have just one male Garde is because SirKnight is an awesome name for it.
Stop projecting, **** it!
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I'd have to pick spinarak becuase he/she evolves into my favorite pokemon of all time i'd definetely want to start with the base form. evee would be a close second which i'd hope he/she would evolve into umbreon my second favorite pokemon
honorable mentions go to snivy, sewaddle, sandile, grimer, scyther, litwick and buizel
Zorua, He is so cuddly and fluffy :3
It's a tough choice. Candidates for me would likely be Dratini, Cyndaquil or Chimchar. Dratini would be impractical as a starter due to evolving late and having a bad level up movepool until he evolves, and Cyndaquil lacks reliable moves at low to mid levels as well. Chimchar however has a better movepool and Infernape is a great battler, so he'd be a solid choice. I could also go for something like Scyther I suppose, but I think I'd prefer a 3 stage evolution line for my starter.
Starters of choice.
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That's an interesting question. It would be interesting if I start out with a Ghost-type, even though it's not exactly a sound choice, since it's immune to Normal. However, I would like to see how things would be if I start out with Frillish, Litwick or Golett because they don't start out with Ghost-type attacks. If not a Ghost-type, though, Tangela's a pretty good choice, although maybe its high Defence would be too good, considering how most Pokemon in the beginning are Physical-oriented.
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Well, Bulbasaur. Because I'm boring like that.