Butterfree is a fan favorite Pokemon who also was fairly good in Red, Blue, and Yellow, as well as Gold, Silver, and Crystal.
As the alternate evolution of Gloom introduced in Pokemon Gold and Silver, Bellossom is a very interesting Pokemon for a wide variety of reasons.
As the final evolution of Pokemon’s Bulbasaur from Red and Blue, Venusaur has enjoyed a long competitive history.
So, we ask, is Charmander is a good Pokemon? Sadly, statistically speaking, it’s the worst of the three Red and Blue starter Pokemon.
Blastoise has long been a favorite of many old school Pokemon players simply because of how versatile the Shellfish Pokemon can be. His defenses are solid both physically and specially, and he’s also a decent physical attacker and special attacker. While in the first games he was overshadowed in competitive play by Venusaur and Charizard, […]
Like Charmander, Charmeleon needs the benefit of Sun setters to be really any good.
Miltank is a very interesting Pokemon that is often overlooked, especially as it was Gym Leader Whitney’s signature Pokemon from Gold, Silver, and Crystal.
Sandslash has been an interesting Pokemon to me since Gen 1 of Pokemon. While it gained a new Ice/Steel form in the Alola region of Sun and Moon, there are some interesting reasons to consider the original Gen 1 Ground-type Sandslash for your team. While it’s not one of the best Pokemon you could have […]
For many generations, Sandslash was a Ground-type Pokemon. Despite being a generally useful utility mon with good Attack and physical Defense stats, it was slow and overpowered by special attacks. A hidden ability that doubled its speed on sandstorms gave it some hope, but there are mons that can serve the same utility roles in […]