History Characters / PokemonGenerationIFamilies

14th Feb '18 6:20:19 PM PDL
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In terms of character design, a good number of them resemble [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs dinosaurs]] or {{Kaiju}} that have been scaled down. Others were designed to be clearly visible as a tiny sprites on a monochromatic UsefulNotes/{{Gameboy}} and thus have no more then three or four shades. Many are rounded, almost spherical in some species. Quite a few of the Generation I monsters are iconic enough that they end up influencing the designs of Pokémon from later generations. [[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Generation I]] introduced some of the patterns now taken for granted: [[GreenThumb Grass]]/[[PlayingWithFire Fire]]/[[MakingASplash Water]] starters, [[ComMons early game bugs, birds, and mammals]], an [[ShockAndAwe Electric]] [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter rodent]], [[FossilRevival part Rock fossils]], [[PowerTrio a legendary trio]], [[InfinityMinusOneSword a 3-stage family with a late evolution and stats that are comparable to legendaries]], [[OlympusMons a bonus legendary with stats beyond anything in the game]], and a secret Pokémon [[DownloadableContent not obtainable via normal ways]] and with [[JackOfAllStats balanced]] [[GameBreaker high stats]]; all originate from here.

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In terms of character design, a good number of them resemble [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs dinosaurs]] or {{Kaiju}} that have been scaled down. Others were designed to be clearly visible as a tiny sprites on a monochromatic UsefulNotes/{{Gameboy}} and thus have no more then three or four shades. Many are rounded, almost spherical in some species. Quite a few of the Generation I monsters are iconic enough that they end up influencing the designs of Pokémon from later generations. [[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Generation I]] introduced some of the patterns now taken for granted: [[GreenThumb Grass]]/[[PlayingWithFire Fire]]/[[MakingASplash Water]] starters, [[ComMons early game bugs, birds, and mammals]], an [[ShockAndAwe Electric]] [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter rodent]], [[FossilRevival part Rock fossils]], [[PowerTrio a legendary trio]], [[InfinityMinusOneSword a 3-stage family with a late evolution and stats that are comparable to legendaries]], [[OlympusMons a bonus legendary with stats beyond anything in the game]], and a secret Pokémon [[DownloadableContent not obtainable via normal ways]] and with [[JackOfAllStats balanced]] [[GameBreaker high stats]]; all originate from here.
14th Feb '18 6:19:26 PM PDL
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In terms of character design, a good number of them resemble [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs dinosaurs]] or {{Kaiju}} that have been scaled down, and many are iconic enough that they end up influencing the designs of Pokémon from later generations. [[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Generation I]] introduced some of the patterns now taken for granted: [[GreenThumb Grass]]/[[PlayingWithFire Fire]]/[[MakingASplash Water]] starters, [[ComMons early game bugs, birds, and mammals]], an [[ShockAndAwe Electric]] [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter rodent]], [[FossilRevival part Rock fossils]], [[PowerTrio a legendary trio]], [[InfinityMinusOneSword a 3-stage family with a late evolution and stats that are comparable to legendaries]], [[OlympusMons a bonus legendary with stats beyond anything in the game]], and a secret Pokémon [[DownloadableContent not obtainable via normal ways]] and with [[JackOfAllStats balanced]] [[GameBreaker high stats]]; all originate from here.

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In terms of character design, a good number of them resemble [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs dinosaurs]] or {{Kaiju}} that have been scaled down, down. Others were designed to be clearly visible as a tiny sprites on a monochromatic UsefulNotes/{{Gameboy}} and many thus have no more then three or four shades. Many are rounded, almost spherical in some species. Quite a few of the Generation I monsters are iconic enough that they end up influencing the designs of Pokémon from later generations. [[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Generation I]] introduced some of the patterns now taken for granted: [[GreenThumb Grass]]/[[PlayingWithFire Fire]]/[[MakingASplash Water]] starters, [[ComMons early game bugs, birds, and mammals]], an [[ShockAndAwe Electric]] [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter rodent]], [[FossilRevival part Rock fossils]], [[PowerTrio a legendary trio]], [[InfinityMinusOneSword a 3-stage family with a late evolution and stats that are comparable to legendaries]], [[OlympusMons a bonus legendary with stats beyond anything in the game]], and a secret Pokémon [[DownloadableContent not obtainable via normal ways]] and with [[JackOfAllStats balanced]] [[GameBreaker high stats]]; all originate from here.
7th Feb '18 11:11:06 AM PDL
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[[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Generation I]] introduced some of the patterns now taken for granted: [[GreenThumb Grass]]/[[PlayingWithFire Fire]]/[[MakingASplash Water]] starters, [[ComMons early game bugs, birds, and mammals]], an [[ShockAndAwe Electric]] [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter rodent]], [[FossilRevival part Rock fossils]], [[PowerTrio a legendary trio]], [[InfinityMinusOneSword a 3-stage family with a late evolution and stats that are comparable to legendaries]], [[OlympusMons a bonus legendary with stats beyond anything in the game]], and a secret Pokémon [[DownloadableContent not obtainable via normal ways]] and with [[JackOfAllStats balanced]] [[GameBreaker high stats]]; all originate from here.

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In terms of character design, a good number of them resemble [[EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs dinosaurs]] or {{Kaiju}} that have been scaled down, and many are iconic enough that they end up influencing the designs of Pokémon from later generations. [[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Generation I]] introduced some of the patterns now taken for granted: [[GreenThumb Grass]]/[[PlayingWithFire Fire]]/[[MakingASplash Water]] starters, [[ComMons early game bugs, birds, and mammals]], an [[ShockAndAwe Electric]] [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter rodent]], [[FossilRevival part Rock fossils]], [[PowerTrio a legendary trio]], [[InfinityMinusOneSword a 3-stage family with a late evolution and stats that are comparable to legendaries]], [[OlympusMons a bonus legendary with stats beyond anything in the game]], and a secret Pokémon [[DownloadableContent not obtainable via normal ways]] and with [[JackOfAllStats balanced]] [[GameBreaker high stats]]; all originate from here.
10th Nov '17 10:07:33 AM Monolaf317
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4th Sep '16 8:48:34 AM xVanitas
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[[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Generation I]] introduced some of the patterns now taken for granted: [[GreenThumb Grass]]/[[PlayingWithFire Fire]]/[[MakingASplash Water]] starters, [[ComMons early game bugs, birds, and mammals]], an [[ShockAndAwe Electric]] [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter rodent]], [[FossilRevival part Rock fossils]], [[PowerTrio a legendary trio]], [[InfinityMinusOneSword a 3-stage (usually) draconic family with a late evolution and very high stats]], [[OlympusMons a bonus legendary with stats beyond anything in the game]], and a secret Pokémon [[DownloadableContent not obtainable via normal ways]] and with [[JackOfAllStats balanced]] [[GameBreaker high stats]]; all originate from here.

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[[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Generation I]] introduced some of the patterns now taken for granted: [[GreenThumb Grass]]/[[PlayingWithFire Fire]]/[[MakingASplash Water]] starters, [[ComMons early game bugs, birds, and mammals]], an [[ShockAndAwe Electric]] [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter rodent]], [[FossilRevival part Rock fossils]], [[PowerTrio a legendary trio]], [[InfinityMinusOneSword a 3-stage (usually) draconic family with a late evolution and very high stats]], stats that are comparable to legendaries]], [[OlympusMons a bonus legendary with stats beyond anything in the game]], and a secret Pokémon [[DownloadableContent not obtainable via normal ways]] and with [[JackOfAllStats balanced]] [[GameBreaker high stats]]; all originate from here.
4th Sep '16 8:47:38 AM xVanitas
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[[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Generation I]] introduced some of the patterns now taken for granted: [[GreenThumb Grass]]/[[PlayingWithFire Fire]]/[[MakingASplash Water]] starters, [[ComMons early game bugs, birds, and mammals]], an [[ShockAndAwe Electric]] [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter rodent]], [[FossilRevival part Rock fossils]], [[PowerTrio a legendary trio]], [[OurDragonsAreDifferent a 3-stage draconic family with a late evolution and very high stats]], [[OlympusMons a bonus legendary with stats beyond anything in the game]], and a secret Pokémon [[DownloadableContent not obtainable via normal ways]] and with [[JackOfAllStats balanced]] [[GameBreaker high stats]]; all originate from here.

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[[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Generation I]] introduced some of the patterns now taken for granted: [[GreenThumb Grass]]/[[PlayingWithFire Fire]]/[[MakingASplash Water]] starters, [[ComMons early game bugs, birds, and mammals]], an [[ShockAndAwe Electric]] [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter rodent]], [[FossilRevival part Rock fossils]], [[PowerTrio a legendary trio]], [[OurDragonsAreDifferent [[InfinityMinusOneSword a 3-stage (usually) draconic family with a late evolution and very high stats]], [[OlympusMons a bonus legendary with stats beyond anything in the game]], and a secret Pokémon [[DownloadableContent not obtainable via normal ways]] and with [[JackOfAllStats balanced]] [[GameBreaker high stats]]; all originate from here.
15th Sep '14 8:30:43 AM WaxingName
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* [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIGeodudeToBlissey (74-113)]]
* [[Characters/PokemonGenerationITangelaToMew (and Missingno.) (114-151)]]

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* [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIGeodudeToBlissey Geodude to Blissey (74-113)]]
* [[Characters/PokemonGenerationITangelaToMew Tangela to Mew (and Missingno.) (114-151)]]
15th Sep '14 8:30:11 AM WaxingName
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* [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIGeodudeToMew Geodude to Mew (And Missingno.) (74-151)]]

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* [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIGeodudeToMew Geodude to Mew (And [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIGeodudeToBlissey (74-113)]]
* [[Characters/PokemonGenerationITangelaToMew (and
Missingno.) (74-151)]](114-151)]]
19th Nov '13 7:00:25 PM Bassariscus
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The original generation, at 151 Pokémon, was the largest one until [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite Generation V]] surpassed it. However, due to the introduction of many relatives of Pokémon of this gen in ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver'' and ''VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl'', it is technically the largest gen, as a total of 181 Pokémon are originally from this gen or are an evolutionary relative, and another 2 have very close ties with Pokémon introduced here.

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The original generation, at 151 Pokémon, was the largest one until [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite Generation V]] surpassed it. However, due to the introduction of many relatives of Pokémon of this gen in ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver'' and ''VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl'', it is technically the largest gen, as a total of 181 183 Pokémon are originally from this gen or are an evolutionary relative, and another 2 have very close ties with Pokémon introduced here.
25th Jan '13 8:35:01 AM Xepscern
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* [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIGeodudeToMew Geodude to Mew (74-151)]]

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* [[Characters/PokemonGenerationIGeodudeToMew Geodude to Mew (And Missingno.) (74-151)]]
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