Pokémon White is a role-playing video game developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS handheld console. It is part of the fifth generation of the Pokémon video game series and was released in Japan in September 2010 and worldwide in March 2011.
The game is set in the Unova region, a fictional region based on New York City and its surrounding areas. The player takes on the role of a young trainer who sets out on a journey to become the Pokémon League Champion, battling other trainers and catching wild Pokémon along the way.
Pokemon White Starters
As with other Pokémon games, the player can choose one of these starter Pokémon at the beginning of their journey, and the other two will be unavailable for capture later on. Each starter Pokémon has its own strengths and weaknesses, and the choice of which one to start with will affect the early gameplay experience.
The three starter Pokémon available in Pokémon White are:
- Snivy: a Grass-type Pokémon with a serpent-like appearance. It has the ability Overgrow, which boosts the power of its Grass-type moves when its HP is low.
- Tepig: a Fire-type Pokémon with a pig-like appearance. It has the ability Blaze, which boosts the power of its Fire-type moves when its HP is low.
- Oshawott: a Water-type Pokémon with an otter-like appearance. It has the ability Torrent, which boosts the power of its Water-type moves when its HP is low.
Pokemon White Starters Pokedex
|Snivy||#495||Grass||It is very intelligent and calm. Being exposed to lots of sunlight makes its movements swifter.|
|Tepig||#498||Fire||It can deftly dodge its foe’s attacks while shooting fireballs from its nose.|
|Oshawott||#501||Water||The scalchop on its stomach is made from the same elements as claws. It detaches the scalchop for use as a blade.|
Pokemon White Starters Evolution
|Starter Pokemon||Evolution 1 (Level)||Evolution 2 (Level)|
|Snivy||Servine (Level 17)||Serperior (Level 36)|
|Tepig||Pignite (Level 17)||Emboar (Level 36)|
|Oshawott||Dewott (Level 17)||Samurott (Level 36)|
Pokemon White Starters Stats
|Starter Pokemon||HP||Attack||Defense||Sp. Atk||Sp. Def||Speed|
Pokemon White Starters Comparison
|Snivy||Grass||High speed and agility, good at dodging attacks||Moderately low attack power initially|
|Tepig||Fire||High attack power, good for early battles||Slow and less agile than the other starters|
|Oshawott||Water||Good balance of attack and defense, can learn a variety of moves||Weaker to Grass and Electric-type moves|
Best Pokemon White Starter
The choice of the “best” Pokemon White starter really depends on your personal playstyle and team-building strategy. However, each starter has its own unique strengths and characteristics that can make it a valuable member of your team.
Snivy is a great choice if you prefer a fast and agile Pokemon that can dodge attacks and hit opponents quickly. Its final evolution, Serperior, has high special defense and can learn a variety of status moves.
Tepig is a good choice if you prefer a powerful physical attacker that can deal a lot of damage early on in battles. Its final evolution, Emboar, has high attack and defense stats, making it a strong choice for both offense and defense.
Oshawott is a balanced choice that can learn a variety of moves, making it a versatile member of your team. Its final evolution, Samurott, has high attack and special attack stats, making it a good choice for dealing damage in a variety of situations.
Ultimately, the “best” starter will depend on your individual playstyle and the rest of your team composition. Consider which starter’s strengths complement your playstyle and team goals the most, and choose the one that you feel most comfortable using.
Also see Pokemon Black Starters