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Pokémon That Deserved To Be Starters But Weren’t

First introduced in 2003’s Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire, Lotad would have been a great Water-type Starter. Lotad’s clever lilypad design is adorable and is perfect for a beginning partner Pokémon. The Gen 3 Pokémon also has two unique evolutionary forms with Lombre and Ludicolo rounding out its evolution line. Although Ludicolo is obtained by using a Pokémon Evolution Water-stone in Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire, the third evolution could easily make the transition to levels. Because it’s a Water/Grass-type, Lotad is also only weak to Flying, Poison, and Bug-type, which would make it a strong Pokémon for players to take with them on their adventure.

Fletchling Soars As A Pokémon X and Y Fire-Type Starter

Fletchling made its first appearance in Pokémon X and Y in 2013 and has since become one of the most popular Pokémon in the Kalos region. Although the Fletchling line technically starts out as a Normal/Flying-type, the Gen 6 Pokémon would be a fantastic Fire-type Starter with a few changes made to its first evolution stage. Like many other great Starters, Fletchling starts out as a small adorable Pokémon before eventually evolving into the epic Talonflame. Its evolution line doesn’t disappoint, and Flying-type bird Pokémon don’t get enough of a spotlight in the Nintendo franchise. The combination of Talonflame being a Fire-type hawk is just epic and feels like a natural pick for a Fire-type starter.

Pokémon Red and Blue’s Horsea Makes A Splash As A Starter

In Pokémon Red and Blue, players were introduced to the Water-type Pokémon Horsea. In the Pokémon anime, the blue seahorse was also infamously used by Cerulean City Gym Leader Misty. Despite its great design, though, the Horsea evolution line only had two levels to it in Red and Blue. It wasn’t until Pokémon Gold and Silver that Game Freak added its third evolution Kingdra to the game.

Unfortunately, Kingdra can only be obtained through the Pokémon series’ trade evolution feature. Players not only have to obtain a rare Dragon Scale, but they also have to trade the Pokémon holding the item and hope that another trainer is willing to send it back in order to get Kingdra. The Gen 1 Pokémon would work far better as a Starter, and it would also give a much-needed spotlight to the classic Kanto Pokémon.

Budew Is A Perfect Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Starter

Budew is another great Pokémon line that would make for a compelling Grass-type starter. Introduced in 2006’s Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, Budew infamously evolves into the fierce Roserade. The thorny and piercing fighter becomes one of the main Pokémon that players face off against when battling Diamond and Pearl Gym Leader Gardenia in Eternia City. Pokémon Diamond and Pearl‘s Budew would not only make for an adorable Starter, but it also has one of the most overall satisfying evolution lines in the Pokémon franchise. Budew’s second form Roselia is equal amounts cute before it eventually evolves into the formidable warrior Roserade.

Pokémon Diamond and Pearl’s Magby Is A Scorching Starter

In Pokémon Gold and Silver, Game Freak introduced the wildly popular “Baby Pokémon” class with Pichu, Cleffa, Igglybuff, Togepi, Tyrogue, Smoochum, Elekid, and Magby. The new tiny Pokémon added new pre-evolution stages for favorite Pokémon such as Pikachu, Clefairy, and Kanto Fire-type Magmar. In Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Magmar also got a third evolution Magmortar.

While the adorable baby Pokémon evolutions are beloved, certain Pokémon like Magby deserve more. Instead of hatching eggs or having to rely on trade evolutions, the epic Fire-type should be streamlined for players by being made into a starter Pokémon. It not only has a great evolution line that doesn’t disappoint, but Magmortar’s intimidating design would make for the perfect Fire-type starter evolution.

Seedot Is An Exciting Grass Starter In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire

Originally debuting in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, Seedot has since become a favorite of the Hoenn region due to its popular evolution line. From a purely visual perspective, seeing Seedot sprout into Nuzleaf, before evolving into the intimidating Shiftry is one of Game Freak’s best Pokémon designs. While Pokémon games can sometimes have incredible starters that disappoint with their final evolution form, Shifty is a fierce warrior with a really cool backstory.

According to its Hoenn Pokédex entry Shiftry likes to live at the top of ancient trees in forests and can even read opponents’ thoughts and anticipate their moves. The Gen 3 Pokémon would have been a great replacement for Pokémon X and Y’s starter Chespin, who many fans felt had a disappointing evolution with Chesnaught.

Pokémon Black and White’s Litwick Is A Spooky Starter

Across all eight generations of Pokémon, there had never been a Ghost-type Pokémon Starter until 2022’s Pokémon Legends: Arceus. In the Sinnoh origin story, Hisuian Typhlosion becomes a Fire/Ghost-type Pokémon, which is an incredibly unique combination. Game Freak could easily do this again with the Litwick evolution line from Pokémon Black and White which was released in 2011. Litwick would make for a cute beginning Pokémon starter, and could easily become a Fire-type starter with its candle-inspired design. Its eventual evolution into a haunted flame as Lampent and Chandelure would be a satisfying starter evolution line. With Pokémon Legends: Arceus‘ Hisiuan Typhlosion proving that a Ghost-type starter is viable, Litwick would make for an exciting Fire-type starter.

Dratini Is A Classic Pokémon Red and Blue Starter That Should Have Been

Despite making its debut in Pokémon Red and Blue decades ago, the Dratini and Dragonite evolution line is still one of the series’ most popular Pokémon. Although Dratini is technically a Dragon-type, its switch to Water-type would be a natural change as the Pokémon spends most of its first and second forms swimming through water anyways.

Dratini’s evolution into Dragonite would also feel so much more rewarding if it was the final stage of a Water-type Starter. While the adorable orange Dragon is already beloved by many fans, its change to a Starter would make it the Water-type’s version of Charizard which would be beyond epic. The Pokémon series has many incredible Pokémon like Dragonite that would have been incredible Pokémon starters if history were different.


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Pokémon That Deserved To Be Starters But Weren’t

First introduced in 2003’s Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire, Lotad would have been a great Water-type Starter. Lotad’s clever lilypad design is adorable and is perfect for a beginning partner Pokémon. The Gen 3 Pokémon also has two unique evolutionary forms with Lombre and Ludicolo rounding out its evolution line. Although Ludicolo is obtained by using a Pokémon Evolution Water-stone in Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire, the third evolution could easily make the transition to levels. Because it’s a Water/Grass-type, Lotad is also only weak to Flying, Poison, and Bug-type, which would make it a strong Pokémon for players to take with them on their adventure.

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Fletchling Soars As A Pokémon X and Y Fire-Type Starter

Fletchling made its first appearance in Pokémon X and Y in 2013 and has since become one of the most popular Pokémon in the Kalos region. Although the Fletchling line technically starts out as a Normal/Flying-type, the Gen 6 Pokémon would be a fantastic Fire-type Starter with a few changes made to its first evolution stage. Like many other great Starters, Fletchling starts out as a small adorable Pokémon before eventually evolving into the epic Talonflame. Its evolution line doesn’t disappoint, and Flying-type bird Pokémon don’t get enough of a spotlight in the Nintendo franchise. The combination of Talonflame being a Fire-type hawk is just epic and feels like a natural pick for a Fire-type starter.

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Pokémon Red and Blue’s Horsea Makes A Splash As A Starter

In Pokémon Red and Blue, players were introduced to the Water-type Pokémon Horsea. In the Pokémon anime, the blue seahorse was also infamously used by Cerulean City Gym Leader Misty. Despite its great design, though, the Horsea evolution line only had two levels to it in Red and Blue. It wasn’t until Pokémon Gold and Silver that Game Freak added its third evolution Kingdra to the game.
Unfortunately, Kingdra can only be obtained through the Pokémon series’ trade evolution feature. Players not only have to obtain a rare Dragon Scale, but they also have to trade the Pokémon holding the item and hope that another trainer is willing to send it back in order to get Kingdra. The Gen 1 Pokémon would work far better as a Starter, and it would also give a much-needed spotlight to the classic Kanto Pokémon.

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Budew Is A Perfect Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Starter

Budew is another great Pokémon line that would make for a compelling Grass-type starter. Introduced in 2006’s Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, Budew infamously evolves into the fierce Roserade. The thorny and piercing fighter becomes one of the main Pokémon that players face off against when battling Diamond and Pearl Gym Leader Gardenia in Eternia City. Pokémon Diamond and Pearl‘s Budew would not only make for an adorable Starter, but it also has one of the most overall satisfying evolution lines in the Pokémon franchise. Budew’s second form Roselia is equal amounts cute before it eventually evolves into the formidable warrior Roserade.

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Pokémon Diamond and Pearl’s Magby Is A Scorching Starter

In Pokémon Gold and Silver, Game Freak introduced the wildly popular “Baby Pokémon” class with Pichu, Cleffa, Igglybuff, Togepi, Tyrogue, Smoochum, Elekid, and Magby. The new tiny Pokémon added new pre-evolution stages for favorite Pokémon such as Pikachu, Clefairy, and Kanto Fire-type Magmar. In Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Magmar also got a third evolution Magmortar.
While the adorable baby Pokémon evolutions are beloved, certain Pokémon like Magby deserve more. Instead of hatching eggs or having to rely on trade evolutions, the epic Fire-type should be streamlined for players by being made into a starter Pokémon. It not only has a great evolution line that doesn’t disappoint, but Magmortar’s intimidating design would make for the perfect Fire-type starter evolution.
Seedot Is An Exciting Grass Starter In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire

Originally debuting in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, Seedot has since become a favorite of the Hoenn region due to its popular evolution line. From a purely visual perspective, seeing Seedot sprout into Nuzleaf, before evolving into the intimidating Shiftry is one of Game Freak’s best Pokémon designs. While Pokémon games can sometimes have incredible starters that disappoint with their final evolution form, Shifty is a fierce warrior with a really cool backstory.

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According to its Hoenn Pokédex entry Shiftry likes to live at the top of ancient trees in forests and can even read opponents’ thoughts and anticipate their moves. The Gen 3 Pokémon would have been a great replacement for Pokémon X and Y’s starter Chespin, who many fans felt had a disappointing evolution with Chesnaught.
Pokémon Black and White’s Litwick Is A Spooky Starter

Across all eight generations of Pokémon, there had never been a Ghost-type Pokémon Starter until 2022’s Pokémon Legends: Arceus. In the Sinnoh origin story, Hisuian Typhlosion becomes a Fire/Ghost-type Pokémon, which is an incredibly unique combination. Game Freak could easily do this again with the Litwick evolution line from Pokémon Black and White which was released in 2011. Litwick would make for a cute beginning Pokémon starter, and could easily become a Fire-type starter with its candle-inspired design. Its eventual evolution into a haunted flame as Lampent and Chandelure would be a satisfying starter evolution line. With Pokémon Legends: Arceus‘ Hisiuan Typhlosion proving that a Ghost-type starter is viable, Litwick would make for an exciting Fire-type starter.

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Dratini Is A Classic Pokémon Red and Blue Starter That Should Have Been

Despite making its debut in Pokémon Red and Blue decades ago, the Dratini and Dragonite evolution line is still one of the series’ most popular Pokémon. Although Dratini is technically a Dragon-type, its switch to Water-type would be a natural change as the Pokémon spends most of its first and second forms swimming through water anyways.
Dratini’s evolution into Dragonite would also feel so much more rewarding if it was the final stage of a Water-type Starter. While the adorable orange Dragon is already beloved by many fans, its change to a Starter would make it the Water-type’s version of Charizard which would be beyond epic. The Pokémon series has many incredible Pokémon like Dragonite that would have been incredible Pokémon starters if history were different.

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Pokémon That Deserved To Be Starters But Weren’t

First introduced in 2003’s Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire, Lotad would have been a great Water-type Starter. Lotad’s clever lilypad design is adorable and is perfect for a beginning partner Pokémon. The Gen 3 Pokémon also has two unique evolutionary forms with Lombre and Ludicolo rounding out its evolution line. Although Ludicolo is obtained by using a Pokémon Evolution Water-stone in Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire, the third evolution could easily make the transition to levels. Because it’s a Water/Grass-type, Lotad is also only weak to Flying, Poison, and Bug-type, which would make it a strong Pokémon for players to take with them on their adventure.

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Fletchling Soars As A Pokémon X and Y Fire-Type Starter

Fletchling made its first appearance in Pokémon X and Y in 2013 and has since become one of the most popular Pokémon in the Kalos region. Although the Fletchling line technically starts out as a Normal/Flying-type, the Gen 6 Pokémon would be a fantastic Fire-type Starter with a few changes made to its first evolution stage. Like many other great Starters, Fletchling starts out as a small adorable Pokémon before eventually evolving into the epic Talonflame. Its evolution line doesn’t disappoint, and Flying-type bird Pokémon don’t get enough of a spotlight in the Nintendo franchise. The combination of Talonflame being a Fire-type hawk is just epic and feels like a natural pick for a Fire-type starter.

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Pokémon Red and Blue’s Horsea Makes A Splash As A Starter

In Pokémon Red and Blue, players were introduced to the Water-type Pokémon Horsea. In the Pokémon anime, the blue seahorse was also infamously used by Cerulean City Gym Leader Misty. Despite its great design, though, the Horsea evolution line only had two levels to it in Red and Blue. It wasn’t until Pokémon Gold and Silver that Game Freak added its third evolution Kingdra to the game.
Unfortunately, Kingdra can only be obtained through the Pokémon series’ trade evolution feature. Players not only have to obtain a rare Dragon Scale, but they also have to trade the Pokémon holding the item and hope that another trainer is willing to send it back in order to get Kingdra. The Gen 1 Pokémon would work far better as a Starter, and it would also give a much-needed spotlight to the classic Kanto Pokémon.

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Budew Is A Perfect Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Starter

Budew is another great Pokémon line that would make for a compelling Grass-type starter. Introduced in 2006’s Pokémon Diamond and Pearl, Budew infamously evolves into the fierce Roserade. The thorny and piercing fighter becomes one of the main Pokémon that players face off against when battling Diamond and Pearl Gym Leader Gardenia in Eternia City. Pokémon Diamond and Pearl‘s Budew would not only make for an adorable Starter, but it also has one of the most overall satisfying evolution lines in the Pokémon franchise. Budew’s second form Roselia is equal amounts cute before it eventually evolves into the formidable warrior Roserade.

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Pokémon Diamond and Pearl’s Magby Is A Scorching Starter

In Pokémon Gold and Silver, Game Freak introduced the wildly popular “Baby Pokémon” class with Pichu, Cleffa, Igglybuff, Togepi, Tyrogue, Smoochum, Elekid, and Magby. The new tiny Pokémon added new pre-evolution stages for favorite Pokémon such as Pikachu, Clefairy, and Kanto Fire-type Magmar. In Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Magmar also got a third evolution Magmortar.
While the adorable baby Pokémon evolutions are beloved, certain Pokémon like Magby deserve more. Instead of hatching eggs or having to rely on trade evolutions, the epic Fire-type should be streamlined for players by being made into a starter Pokémon. It not only has a great evolution line that doesn’t disappoint, but Magmortar’s intimidating design would make for the perfect Fire-type starter evolution.
Seedot Is An Exciting Grass Starter In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire

Originally debuting in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, Seedot has since become a favorite of the Hoenn region due to its popular evolution line. From a purely visual perspective, seeing Seedot sprout into Nuzleaf, before evolving into the intimidating Shiftry is one of Game Freak’s best Pokémon designs. While Pokémon games can sometimes have incredible starters that disappoint with their final evolution form, Shifty is a fierce warrior with a really cool backstory.

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According to its Hoenn Pokédex entry Shiftry likes to live at the top of ancient trees in forests and can even read opponents’ thoughts and anticipate their moves. The Gen 3 Pokémon would have been a great replacement for Pokémon X and Y’s starter Chespin, who many fans felt had a disappointing evolution with Chesnaught.
Pokémon Black and White’s Litwick Is A Spooky Starter

Across all eight generations of Pokémon, there had never been a Ghost-type Pokémon Starter until 2022’s Pokémon Legends: Arceus. In the Sinnoh origin story, Hisuian Typhlosion becomes a Fire/Ghost-type Pokémon, which is an incredibly unique combination. Game Freak could easily do this again with the Litwick evolution line from Pokémon Black and White which was released in 2011. Litwick would make for a cute beginning Pokémon starter, and could easily become a Fire-type starter with its candle-inspired design. Its eventual evolution into a haunted flame as Lampent and Chandelure would be a satisfying starter evolution line. With Pokémon Legends: Arceus‘ Hisiuan Typhlosion proving that a Ghost-type starter is viable, Litwick would make for an exciting Fire-type starter.

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Dratini Is A Classic Pokémon Red and Blue Starter That Should Have Been

Despite making its debut in Pokémon Red and Blue decades ago, the Dratini and Dragonite evolution line is still one of the series’ most popular Pokémon. Although Dratini is technically a Dragon-type, its switch to Water-type would be a natural change as the Pokémon spends most of its first and second forms swimming through water anyways.
Dratini’s evolution into Dragonite would also feel so much more rewarding if it was the final stage of a Water-type Starter. While the adorable orange Dragon is already beloved by many fans, its change to a Starter would make it the Water-type’s version of Charizard which would be beyond epic. The Pokémon series has many incredible Pokémon like Dragonite that would have been incredible Pokémon starters if history were different.

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