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Pokémon Blue Version (Japanese)

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Much as would become standard for third versions, players, like in the earlier Red and Green, started in [[Pallet Town|Masara Town]] in the [[Kanto|Kanto region]], receiving a [[starter Pokémon]] from [[Professor Oak|Dr. Okido]]. As before, the choices are {{p|Bulbasaur|Fushigidane}}, {{p|Charmander|Hitokage}}, and {{p|Squirtle|Zenigame}}, and the {{ga|Blue|rival}} chooses the starter that weakens the player's choice.
 
Like before, the eight [[Gym Leaders]] of Kanto are [[Brock|Takeshi]], [[Misty|Kasumi]], [[Lt. Surge|Matis]], [[Erika]], [[Koga|KyoKyō]], [[Sabrina|Natsume]], [[Blaine|Katsura]], and [[Giovanni|Sakaki]], while the [[Elite Four]] are [[Lorelei|Kanna]], [[Bruno|Siba]], [[Agatha|Kikuko]], and [[Lance|Wataru]], with the rival still in the [[Champion]]'s place.
 
Again, the evil [[Team Rocket|Rocket Gang]] is causing chaos across the region, and it is up to the player to defeat them.
==Features==
===Gyms===
Much as in Red and Green, there are eight Pokémon Gyms in Kanto, each with their own type affiliation. The Gym Leaders are [[Brock|Takeshi]] ({{t|Rock}}), [[Misty|Kasumi]] ({{t|Water}}), [[Lt. Surge|Matis]] ({{t|Electric}}), [[Erika]] ({{t|Grass}}), [[Koga|KyoKyō]] ({{t|Poison}}), [[Sabrina|Natsume]] ({{t|Psychic}}), [[Blaine|Katsura]] ({{t|Fire}}) and [[Giovanni|Sakaki]] ({{t|Ground}}).
 
===Elite Four===
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