All Pokémon Starters by Generation – [Gen 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1]

What is Pokémon Starters by Generation ?

The starter Pokemon stick with you throughout your initial run through the games, but they all have their pros and cons. Let’s talk about the list of all the Pokémon Starters by Generation from Gen 9 -> Gen 1 .

Here’s a list of All Starters Pokemon by Generation (Gen 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1) :

Pokemon Gen 9 Starters :

The three new starters for Scarlet & Violet were also shown off in the trailer on Pokemon Day: Sprigatito, Fuecoco, and Quaxly

All Pokémon Starters by Generation

Sprigatito is a grass-type Pokemon and has the appearance of a cat.

  • Type: Grass
  • Category: Grass Cat Pokemon
  • Height: 1′4″
  • Weight: 9 lbs
  • Ability: Overgrow

Fuecoco is a fire-type Pokemon that looks like a funny crocodile.

  • Type: Fire
  • Category: Fire Croc Pokemon
  • Height: 1′4″
  • Weight: 21.6 lbs
  • Ability: Blaze

Quaxly is a water-type Pokemon that looks like a duck.

  • Type: Water
  • Category: Duckling Pokemon
  • Height: 1′8″
  • Weight: 13.4 lbs
  • Ability: Torrent

Pokemon Gen 8 Starters :

  • Pokémon Sword
  • Pokémon Shield
  • Pokémon Legends: Arceus

 

All Pokémon Starters Generation 8

Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble were the first Pokémon to be revealed for Pokémon Sword and Shield when the game was first announced in early 2019. They also happen to be the starting three Pokémon for the new Gen 8 Starters .

  • Grookey -> Thwackey (level 16) -> Rillaboom (level 35)
  • Scorbunny -> Raboot (level 16) -> Cinderace (level 35)
  • Sobble -> Drizzile (level 16) -> Inteleon (level 35)

 

Pokemon Gen 7 Starters :

  • Pokémon Sun
  • Pokémon Moon
  • Pokémon Ultra Sun
  • Pokémon Ultra Moon

All Pokémon Starters Generation 7

Pokemon Ultra Moon and Sun boasts a massive number of Pokemon to catch. These are the Generation 7 starter Pokemon you can choose in USUM.

  • Rowlet -> Dartrix (level 17) -> Decidueye (level 34)
  • Litten -> Torracat (level 17) -> Incineroar (level 34)
  • Popplio -> Brionne (level 17) -> Primarina (level 34)

Pokemon Gen 6 Starters :

  • Pokémon X
  • Pokémon Y

All Pokémon Starters Generation 6

Pokemon Gen 6 Starters are Grass-Fire-Water type structure where Chespin is grass type, Fennekin is fire type and Froakie is water type.

  • Chespin -> Quilladin (level 16) -> Chesnaught (level 36)
  • Fennekin -> Braixen (level 16) -> Delphox (level 36)
  • Froakie -> Frogadier (level 16) -> Greninja (level 36)

Pokemon Gen 5 Starters :

  • Pokémon Black
  • Pokémon White
  • Pokémon Black 2
  • Pokémon White 2

All Pokémon Starters Generation 5

The Gen 5 Starters also follow the Grass-Fire-Water trio where Snivy is the grass-type, Tepig the fire-type, and Oshawott the water-type.

  • Snivy -> Servine (level 17) -> Serperior (level 36)
  • Tepig -> Pignite (level 17) -> Emboar (level 36)
  • Oshawott -> Dewott (level 17) -> Samurott (level 36)

Pokemon Gen 4 Starters :

  • Pokémon Diamond and Pearl
  • Pokémon Brilliant Diamond
  • Pokémon Shining Pearl

All Pokémon Starters Generation 4

Pokemon Gen 4 Starters are a Water type, Grass type and a Fire type. They include Piplup (Water), Turtwig (Grass) and Chimchar (Fire).

  • Turtwig -> Grotle (level 18) -> Torterra (level 32)
  • Chimchar -> Monferno (level 14) -> Infernape (level 36)
  • Piplup -> Prinplup (level 16) -> Empoleon (level 36)

Pokemon Gen 3 Starters :

  • Pokémon Ruby
  • Pokémon Sapphire
  • Pokémon Emerald
  • Pokémon Omega Ruby
  • Pokémon Alpha Sapphire

All Pokémon Starters Generation 3

Generation 3 is also known as the advanced generation and follows the traditional grass, fire and water type pattern where Treecko is grass type, Torchic is fire type and Mudkip is water type.

  • Treecko -> Grovyle (level 16) -> Sceptile (level 36)
  • Torchic -> Combusken (level 16) -> Blaziken (level 36)
  • Mudkip -> Marshtomp (level 16) -> Swampert (level 36)

Pokemon Gen 2 Starters :

  • Pokemon Gold
  • Pokemon Silver
  • Pokemon Crystal
  • Pokemon HeartGold
  • Pokemon SoulSilver

All Pokémon Starters Generation 2

Generation 2 was the first Generation where Pokémon began to expand, introducing 100 new Pokémon which could not be found in the original Generation I games. 

  • Chikorita -> Bayleef (level 16) -> Meganium (level 32)
  • Cyndaquil -> Quilava (level 14) -> Typhlosion (level 36)
  • Totodile -> Croconaw (level 18) -> Feraligatr (level 30)

Pokemon Gen 1 Starters :

  • Pokemon Red
  • Pokemon Green
  • Pokemon Blue
  • Pokemon FireRed
  • Pokemon LeafGreen
  • Special Edition Pokemon Yellow
All Starters Pokemon by Generation – Gen 1

Generation 1 launched the type pattern of the Grass, Fire, and Water Pokémon starters, and 24 years later, it’s still the same pattern.

  • Bulbasaur -> Ivysaur (level 16) -> Venusaur (level 32)
  • Charmander -> Charmeleon (level 16) -> Charizard (level 36)
  • Squirtle -> Wartortle (level 16) -> Blastoise (level 36)

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