Its Demo stores just released the 2nd part of the 2017 Pokemon goods campaign. This time the theme is Christmas. It features Vulpix, Cyndaquil, Charmander, Flareon, Ponyta & Pikachu in a variety of goods including 3 mens and 3 ladies watches, a plush Pikachu, plush mascots, bag charm, thermos, towels, file folders, notebooks, several memo pads, cookies, iPhone case, tote bag, mirrors, pouch, keychains, several marshmallow treats and more.
These goods were not sold at the Pokemon Center like last time. They were only sold in EXTREMELY LIMITED quantity at Its Demo stores in Japan. Some stores only had as few as 1 of some of the popular items like the watches, plush toys, etc. These goods will go fast, but you can still find them on Pokevault if you hurry!
Tags: Charmander, Cyndaquil, Flareon, ItsDemo, Pikachu, Plush, Pokemon, Ponyta, Vulpix
All regions must have starter Pokemon, otherwise it would be extremely hard to get a first Pokemon for the new trainers. In the Johto region trainers can get their starters from the Pokemon Professor, Elm. Professor Elm will, much like the other regions, give the new trainers a Pokemon at level five. They can choose a fire type Pokemon, a grass type Pokemon, or a water type Pokemon.
Trainers can only choose one of these to be their first and starter Pokemon. Professor Elm will give a trainer the water type Pokemon Totodile, the grass type Pokemon Chikorita, or the fire type Pokemon Cyndaquil. You choose the fire type Cyndaquil. Cyndaquil can get some attacks at low levels that can help you out, such as Tackle, Ember, and Smokescreen. Tackle is a generic normal type attack. Ember is a weak fire type attack that actually is powerful against low level Pokemon. And Smokescreen is an attack that lower’s the opponents accuracy.
Accuracy, as a term for battle, is the chance of an attack actually hitting the opponent’s Pokemon. If the accuracy is lowered there is a chance of the attack missing, and the Pokemon with the lowered accuracy basically wasn’t able to do anything that turn. Everything is pretty easygoing with Cyndaquil. The biggest problem that you will encounter on the start of your journey is probably the first gym. Don’t be alarmed, the second gym has bug type Pokemon, which Cyndaquil can defeat easily. Anyway the first gym is using Flying type Pokemon.
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Tags: Cyndaquil, Quilava, Typhlosion
It’s timid, unsure of itself, and a bit strange looking when you first glance at it. Cyndaquil, the Fire Mouse Pokemon, is the Johto region’s fire-type starter. According to its pokedex entries, Cyndaquil like to curl themselves into balls or stay hunched over. When feeling threatened or angry, their backs burst into flame for protection and to intimidate their foes.
Cyndaquil are shy and timid, often hiding and being unaware of their power. As of the fifth generation, Cyndaquil is the only fire-type starter that doesn’t gain another type upon evolution. It is also the only starter whose color scheme is not primarily orange and red (its shiny form, though, is a coppery color). Cyndaquil as well as Chimchar are the only two Pokemon who evolve at level 14, the lowest level a starter Pokemon can evolve at. Cyndaquil is based off from the echidna, which has hedgehog-like quills and a thin mouth like an anteater. Cyndaquil’s name comes from the words ‘cinder’, which means ashes, and ‘quill’.
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Tags: Cyndaquil, Quilava, Typhlosion
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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Tags: Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile
It would be really hard to guess someone’s favorite Pokemon, seeing as there are at least 500, including the new Unova region. The Pokemon I would like to share with you today is Quilava, also known as Magumarashi in the Japanese versions of Pokemon. It’s always been a favorite for me since childhood. There’s really no possible explanation I can offer. I remember when I first looked at that Quilava Pokemon card. It gave me some sort of feeling to hold on to it.
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Tags: Cyndaquil, Quilava, Unova Region
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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Tags: Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Feraligatr, Meganium, Pokemon TV Show, Totodile, Typhlosion