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We' re all familiar with starter Pokemon. They' re the first
Pokemon you recieve, and follow you on you' re journey to
become a Pokemon master. as you grow and mature as a
trainer, they grow in power, often being the stongest
Pokemon in our arsenal.
There ore three / here.‘
In the beginning of the game you are given a choice of three
Pokemon. You pick one, your rival picks the one strong against
yours, and you both are on your way. But what happens to the
third Pokemon, the one neither of you chose? There has been much
speculation as to the fate of this third Pokemon. some say its
given to another trainer, others that it is released into the
wild or given a lethal injection. some even believe that its just
left there on the table, never to be used by any trainer.
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However, by hacking into the files Generation T games, it has been
discovered that, upon completion of the game, players were
originally given a scenerio where they were could battle
than Professor Oak himself. Among his Pokemon, which consist of a
level 66 Tauros, Level ET Exeggutor, Level 68 Arcanine, and Level
T) Gyarados, is the level 68 final evolution of whatever Pokemon
you and your rival left behind. Instead of being left behind, the
third started Pokemon was being personally trained for the final
battle between master and student. A battle that, unfortuanatly
never came to fruition, as the idea was scrapped at the last
minute, dooming the final starter Pokemon to an eternity of
and reducing Oak' s role from that of a Pokemon master stronger than
the champion Blue to that of an insipid old man who critiques your
Pokedex occasionally and reminds you not to use your bike indoors.