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Discussion in 'Pokemon' started by Walugi, Nov 20, 2007.
which should i get?
the one with the most original150 pokemon plz.???
It makes no difference. Choose one game and get playing!
There are Pokemon that only appear on each version, but you can get them through trades. i would get Pearl, because everyone has Diamond.( I have Pearl)
Both have 134 of the first 150 available.
131 are the same, but Diamond has Seel, Dewgong and Scyther; while Pearl has Slowpoke, Slowbro and Pinsir. Take your pick. Competitively Pearl is better (although hard out players will have both anyway), but doesn't really matter
pearl it is
thanks guys ill be back at xmas for poketradez and help
^ what he said.....
but there is no difference between them except the legends
aint your user suppose to be Waluigi?
im working ong etting a name change but i doubt that name is unused anyways
aw should have got diamond. dialgas cool (got him)
well i have got ethier yet.
but i think imma go with pearl
i say pearl because palkia is cooler and is LITERALLY plain better stat-wise (his seed is 1 higher lol)
I <3 scyther and larvitar, so I had to get diamond.
Get either one, and then get a action replay for ds, and get the other pokemon from the other game <3
Would you rather have a water/dragon type or a steel/dragon type? If you don't care then pick one randomly.
Yeah and then you won't have to play and you can say you're the best player around because you hacked all the pokemon.
I got pearl as well.
That's so cheap. Whatever you do DON'T get ar. (stands for action reply)
I got pearl too. I prefer palkia and the bonsly faminly over dialga and the mimes.
diamond has the bonslys...
Nop... I got diamond first... and has the mimes...
U can get bonslys and mimes in both versions, but u have to beat the game. They can be found in the pokemon mansion.
I know. But they refer of the beginning... I have both... however, I've never been interested on training either families.