San-Ei company has just released 20 new Pokemon plush toys.
This time its Chimchar, Piplup, Turtwig, Banette, Slowpoke, Drifloon, Wooper, Charmeleon, Wartortle, Ivysaur, Sewaddle, Budew, Machop, Lapras, Raichu, Chandelure, Flaaffy, Absol and large versions of Piloswine and Magikarp. San-Ei plushies are high quality plush toys that are sold in the Pokemon Centers and a few toy stores in Japan. They are very detailed and very nicely made. You can get these plushies at Pokevault.com while supplies lasts.
Tags: Absol, Banette, Budew, Chandelure, Charmeleon, Chimchar, Drifloon, Flaaffy, Ivysaur, Lapras, Machop, Piplup, Plush, Raichu, Sewaddle, Slowpoke, Turtwig, Wartortle, Wooper
The Kanto starters, some of the best out of all 5 sets, correct? Probably not, I have my personal preferences, but you have yours. What about professors? Professor Oak of the Kanto region is neutral. All the professors are in my opinion. I have no favorite professor. Pallet Town is where you get your starter in the Kanto region, in Oak’s Lab you can choose a water type Squirt, a fire type Charmander, or a grass and poison type Pokemon, Bulbasaur. Now Bulbasaur has blue skin, or at least some shade of blue, and a green bulb on his back. And I believe red eyes. Don’t get suspicious over the word “saur” in his name. Because he could resemble a dinosaur very easily, the four legs, the reptile build, just the look, but I don’t think he could pass for a full fledge dinosaur.
The first gym in the Kanto region is great for Bulbasaur because it is a Rock and Ground type gym, the leader is Brock. If you beat this gym you get the Boulder Badge, the very first badge out of the eight you need to enter the Kanto Pokemon League. If Bulbasaur has any grass type attack, like Razor Leaf, Vine Whip, or Absorb. Those are very simple well known attacks that some grass Pokemon like Bulbasaur can learn. If Bulbasaur has just one of those attacks, there is a fine chance for you to win the first gym. Grass type attacks have a decent advantage over the rock and ground type Pokemon.
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Tags: Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Venusaur
It’s green, oddly shaped, and seems to have a plant growing on its back. Bulbasaur, the Seed Pokemon, is the first Pokemon listed in the National Pokedex and is also the Kanto region’s grass-type starter. Because Bulbasaur is the first entry in the National Pokedex, by default it is automatically the first grass-type, poison-type, dual-type, and starter Pokemon in the National Pokedex order. Bulbasuar is also the only dual-type, unevolved starter.
According to its pokedex entries, it was born with the bulb on its back and can store enough energy there to last it days without needing food. As it grows, so does its nutrient-filled bulb. Bulbasaur tend to like soaking up the sun’s rays, which also helps its bulb grow. Bulbasaur’s name seems to come from the words ‘bulb’ and ‘dinosaur’, though the word ‘saur’ is actually Greek for “lizard”. Appearance-wise Bulbasaur looks somewhat similar to a frog or toad, though it’s also been speculated over whether or not it could also be based on some form of Dicynodont – a sort of mammal/reptile creature that lived in the Permian period (which would explain its toes). Unlike amphibians, though, Bulbasaur has ears atop its head.
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Tags: Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Kanto region, Venusaur