It’s small, blue, and has a rather big mouth. Totodile, the Big Jaw Pokemon, is the Johto region’s water-type starter. Totodile are known to be playful and silly, and always find the time to laugh at themselves as well as others. They enjoy biting on things and sometimes even end up biting their trainers too.
According to its pokedex entries, Totodile enjoy chomping down on anything that seems to move. At times, that includes its trainer. Though because of its well-developed jaws, it has to be careful because even a nip to them can end up causing a serious injury. Though it is small, it is considered ‘rough and tough’ which may be a reference to its skin. Totodile is the tallest and heaviest of all water-type starters. Along with Turtwig, Totodile evolves at the highest level a starter Pokemon can evolve at. Totodile is the only Pokemon able to learn Dragon Claw through breeding, though can’t learn it through TM (that was reversed in Generation V). Totodile is based off from a baby crocodile. Its name is most-likely a combination of the words ‘tot’ and ‘crocodile’.
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Tags: Croconaw, Feraligatr, Johto region, Totodile
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
With the release of generation 5 I have one very important question for you, “which Pokemon starter is your favorite?’ While you ask yourself that question please allow me to give my input on which starters I think are the best ever. Just because I say starters Doesn’t mean their all in one generation. I mean a favorite grass starter, fire starter, and a water starter.
My favorite fire starter definitely has to be the new one, Tepig. Why you may ask? Well for one I think this starter is extremely unique. I mean look at it! It’s an awesome fire piggy. Not to mention its evolutions make me squeal every time I see it. If you still need other reasons here are more to think about. For one, Tepig gets a great evolutionary move set down the line if you train it properly. Not to mention the addition of and additional type which is Fight. Tepig can learn about all of the powerful fire moves and gets a special move for triple battles. So not only is this Pokemon extremely cute, It is well rounded, a great first pick for an adventure, and gains a sub type that makes up for its weaknesses.
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Tags: Generation V, Tepig, Totodile, Turtwig
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