Pokemon Scarlet and Violet had officially launched the first trailer with the release of the new starter Pokemon. Like most main series Pokemon games before, Pokemon Scarlet and Violet will allow players to select between three different starters during their adventure. This time around, Pokemon fans will have the option to choose between Grass-type starter Sprigatito, Fire-type starter Fuecoco, and Water-type starter Quaxly.
The first impression of the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet starters showed dynamic images, but fans were given a closer look in the second trailer. Despite the fact that the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet starters are still bright, there are still many unanswered questions.
Shiny Pokemon is a very rare Pokemon variant that has different color schemes than they used to, but sometimes these color changes make the Pokemon look significantly different than they are normally, although in other cases the shiny variants offer only minor color changes. It''s unlikely that Pokemon fans will see the starter shiny variants until Pokemon Scarlet and Violet come out, but one fan has imagined how they might look in the meantime.
The Pokemon Scarlet and Violet starter shiny variants may look like when the games begin later this year, according to Itsmeesprit. Itsmeesprit''s definition suggests that the usually-green Sprigatito is a pink look, while Fuecoco has gone from yellow to gold. This approach keeps Fuecoco''s apple-like appearance, as there are yellow/gold-colored apples as well.
Quaxly, a water-type starter, has the most subtlest changes in itsmeesprit''s shiny beaks, with a different colored beak, and many shades of blue and blue. This is despite the fact that many people have subtle differences like this rather than completely different recolors, as are the case with itsmeesprit''s Sprigatito and Fuecoco designs.
Many fans are concerned about the official Pokemon Scarlet and Violet starter shinies, but many others are concerned about the starter evolutions. While Pokemon Scarlet and Violet have been kept secret, so include their evolution lines. It''s possible that future trailers will reveal what the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet starters evolve into, but it''s also possible that fans will have to wait to play the games for themselves to learn.
Scarlet and Violet are now available exclusively for Nintendo Switch on November 18.