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In Red and Blue, Brock uses a level 12 Geodude and a level 14 Onix; in Yellow, the developers figured that since they made you start with a Pikachu, they should lower both of his Pokémon by two levels.When starting with a Squirtle or Bulbasaur in Red and Blue, Brock should really be a piece of cake.Sabrina is a Psychic Pokémon trainer, but that doesn't stop her from using a level 38 Venomoth in Red and Blue along with her level 38 Kadabra, level 37 Mr. In Yellow, she uses the not entirely animé-like lineup of Abra, Kadabra and Alakazam, all at level 50.

Bulbasaur will of course be just as useful if it was your starter. It may be useful in this Gym to have caught an Oddish or Bellsprout on Route 24 or 25 (those are the routes that lead up to Bill's cottage).The old trick with using Sand-Attack with a Pidgey or Pidgeotto until the opponent never hits will usually be effective, too.He trains Electric-types - in Red and Blue, he will have a level 21 Voltorb, a level 18 Pikachu and a level 24 Raichu, but in Yellow he will just have a level 28 Raichu.In Yellow he has leveled his Pokémon up some and replaced the Rhyhorn with his trademark Persian, having now a level 45 Dugtrio, level 53 Nidoqueen, Nidoking and Persian and a level 55 Rhydon.Now, the extreme weakness of Rock/Ground types like Rhyhorn and Rhydon has always been that they are doubly weak to both Water and Grass, and additionally most of them, especially Rhyhorn and Rhydon, have downright emphasized by the fact that 66.7% of all Red/Blue players and nearly all Yellow players are going to be carrying a starter of one of those two types, and if not you are at least practically guaranteed to be carrying at least a Water Pokémon with Surf.I don't know what the Game Freak developers were thinking, but it was not making the game more difficult, that's for certain.

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