All About Chikorita

By Anonymous

Are you a fan of Chikorita? Chikorita is a pretty cute little Pokemon. You can get a Chikorita in the Johto region. Most commonly if you get it as your starter Pokemon. You can get your starter in the Johto region from Professor Elm, who studies Pokemon breeding patterns I believe. His lab where you choose your starter is in New Bark Town. Chikorita is a nice grass type Pokemon. A Chikorita can learn a lot of grass type attacks also, so there will be extra power for you there! However choosing Chikorita can put you at the down side of the first gym battle, the first two actually. The first gym battle is against Falkner. Falkner is a flying type trainer, well gym leader. You can get a Zephyr Badge from him if you succeed.

The flying type attacks are very powerful against Chikorita. Chikorita is a grass type and therefore weak against flying type attacks. Totodile is the easiest start if you want to breeze through the first gym. This is because Cyndaquil, the fire type starter Pokemon you can get from Professor Elm, is weak against ground type attacks. Why a flying type gym effect the weakness Cyndaquil has to ground type attacks? Falkner is a smart trainer for all starters except for Totodile. His Pokemon know an attack that is fairly weak but it is powerful against Pokemon with low levels. Anyway, the attack is Mud-Slap, it is a ground type attack that can be powerful against Cyndaquil.
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Johto Starters and Evolutions: The Chikorita Line

By Jo

It’s docile, green, and enjoys sunbathing on warm days. Chikorita, the Leaf Pokemon, is gentle and prefers to avoid confrontations. When in battle, it whips the leaf on its head around to intimidate its opponent, though the leaf also wafts a sweet fragrance which normally calms those around it. Chikorita can also use their leaves to detect humidity in the air and check the temperature. It is the Johto region’s grass-type starter.

Chikorita is the tallest of all the unevolved starters. Originally in Pokemon Gold and Silver, Chikorita’s body was yellow though it was changed in to green in Crystal to match its official artwork. In the anime, Chikorita has had the most trainers out of all the Johto starters. Chikorita’s body could resemble a sort of pod and it’s suspected that its design was loosely based off from a sauropod. Chikorita is the only starter to not have its Japanese name changed for the English release of its generation. Despite there being a one in seven chance of getting a female Chikorita, Ash in the Pokemon anime had one, which eventually evolved. Chikorita’s name derives from ‘chicory’, which is a flowering plant, and ‘ita’ is a feminine Spanish suffix that stands for something young or small.
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A Teenager’s View On Chikorita

By Matt

Chikorita: One of the first Pokemon available as a starter in the Johto region. If it wasn’t for my favorite (Quilava), I would have chosen Chikorita, and never evolved it. Of course, I think Bayleef and Meganium are a sight to see too with their powerful stats in Defense and Special Defense. Maybe it’s just that I’ve seen enough fan drawings of Chikorita that I’ve been convinced that of its adorability. I’m not even  sure it’s a word, but Microsoft Word didn’t underline it in red, so I guess adorability does exist! Chikorita is one of those few Pokemon whose name in Japanese stays the same. In fact, I don’t know of any other Pokemon’s name that stays the same, except Pikachu, where they add an extra “u” to the end. Like all other starters, Chikorita has Overgrow as its ability, which increases its Grass-type moves to 1.5x power.
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Pokemon Gold And Silver Starters

By Anonymous

The starters for the Pokemon Gold and Silver gameboy advance game are Totodile, Cyndaquil, and Chikorita. Totodile is the water type starter. Cyndaquil is the fire type starter. Chikorita is the grass type starter. Totodile (Waninoko) is the water type starter, it evolves into Croconaw, then into Feraligatr. Totodile evolves into Croconaw at level eighteen and then into Feraligatr at level thirty six. Totodile is known as the “Big Jaw Pokemon.” Like most water type starters its ability is called Torrent which is when a Pokemon with Torrent uses a Water type move, the power will increase by 1.5× if the user has less than or equal to ⅓ of its maximum HP remaining.
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Johto Region Pokemon Part 1

By Amanda

Cyndaquil is a fire type, which is also one of the region starter Pokemon.  It’s known as the fire mouse Pokemon, and is known as Hinoarashi in Japan.  It can learn strong movies like flame wheel, and lava plume.  It can evolve into Quilava at level 14 and then Typhlosion at level 36.  In the anima, Ash caught a Cyndaquil in the Johto region, and it evolved into a Quilava in the Sinnoh region.  Quilava is a fire type, which is the evolution of Cyndaquil.  It’s known as the Volcano Pokemon and known as Magumarashi in Japan.  It can learn strong moves like flamethrower and rollout.  When it reaches level 36, it will evolve into Typhlosion, its final stage.  Typhlosion is a fire type and is the final stage of Cyndaquil.  It’s known as the volcano Pokemon, and known as Bakufun in Japan.  It knows strong moves like double- edge and eruption.
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