Liquid Crystal (Full): Go inside Power Plant and talk to the manager in the machine room. Axel tells you a thief stole a MACHINE PART. Let's go get it back.
Dickie seat installers brisbane. This is where the game starts. Before you start playing, you will be asked to set the time of day and then, after a little speech from Professor Oak about all the Pokemon secrets yet to be revealed, you will choose a name for your character (or make one up yourself). Downstairs from your room, your mom has you set the day of the week and whether it's Daylight Savings Time or not. She also gives you your Pokegear, which includes a built-in phone and clock.
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Now, go to the house all the way up and to the left. This is Professor Elm's lab. He will give you a choice of starting Pokemon: Chikorita, Cyndaquil or Totodile. Although it is the silliest-looking of the three, Chikorita may be your best bet as a starter since it quickly gets the powerful Razor Leaf attack and it can also learn the very useful Flash and Cut techniques. The other two have their strong points, though. In the long run, Cyndaquil may be the most powerful overall, but the choice is really up to you based on your own personal tastes. Totodile, however, might also be your best bet, since it can oppose most of the starting gyms. Also, it evolves into its final stage, Feraligatr, relatively quick. So, Totodile is another good starter. Basically, all of the starters are great, but like I said before, its really up to you. On your way out, the professor's assistant will give you a potion. Make sure to pick this up. Most people forget about it, and it could be really helpful, especially when you are just a beginner.
There isn't much to do around New Bark Town, so head west to Route 29 for your first destination: Cherrygrove City.
Later: Come back to your house and talk to your Mom to adjust the clock when the time changes for Daylight Savings Time.
When headed back from Mr. Pokemon's House on Route 30, when you try to leave Cherrygrove, you are challenged by a boy (with the mysterious name ???) using one of the two Pokemon you didn't choose at the start (the one your Pokemon is weak against). Have no fear; provided you leveled-up your Pokemon, you should be able to beat him with no problem. To level up, grind for a few minutes in the tall grass. You will net good experience from these battles. NEVER CHALLENGE YOUR RIVAL WITH A LEVEL FIVE POKÉMON! You are literally asking to fail. Remember, he has the advantage. After the fight, head for Professor Elm's Lab where the police will question you. Give them the boy's name. Elm is impressed by the fact that Oak gave you a Pokedex, and invites you to take the 'Pokemon Challenge.' On the way out, Elm's assistant hands you five Poke Balls.
Before you leave town, visit your mom. She will save some of all the money you earn aside for you so you don't lose all of it if you 'white out' (this happens when all of your Pokemon faint). Occasionally she will call and let you know she bought something for you and stored it in your PC. Don't worry, she usually buys useful stuff, and sometimes it's not available in most of the early Poke Marts.
The first gym is in Violet City, which is where you're headed next. Head back to Route 30 and head north to Route 31.
But, seriously, we all know ???’s REAL name is at this point, right? NO SPOILERS! Is that considered spoilers? Eh, I don’t know.
Trainer ???: Cyndaquil/ Chikorita/ Totodile (5)
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