Pokemon Lets Go How To Get Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle


Welcome to our Pokemon Lets Go Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle Guide, here we will help you find this 3 original starter pokemon early on in the game. We have included images to help you make sure you are on the right track to unlock all 3 of these starters.

Pokemon Let's Go Charmander, Bulbasaur and Squirtle



How To Get Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle in Let’s Go

Below we will explain how to get Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle in let’s go early on in the game. We have provided a guide on how to acquire each one with pictures to you find all 3 of these original starter pokemon of gen1.


Starter Pokemon Where To Find
Squirtle 60 Pokemon Caught Requirement (This includes duplication of the same pokemon.)
First, you need to defeat Lt. Surge and acquire the Thunder Badge, next go to the lady in the middle of town just right of the Pokecenter (Officer Jenny). After some Dialogue, she will give you Squirtle.
Pokemon Lets Go How To Get Squirtle
Charmander 50 Pokemon Caught Requirement
From the second Gym Leader Misty, head north battle some trainers after crossing the bridge navigate to Northwest Corner, there you will find a man. He will give you the fire starter Charmander.
Pokemon Lets Go How To Get Charmander
Bulbasaur 30 Pokemon Caught Requirement
In Cerulean City go in the building to the left of the poke center and talk to the girl to get Bulbasaur.
Pokemon Lets Go How To Get Bulbasaur

[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]If players want to get any of these starters and other rare pokemon there is another way, and it involves Catch Combos that will increase the rate in which rare spawns appear this includes these starter pokemon and many other.

Catch Combo Increased Rare Spawn Chance
0 *1
1-5 *2
5-10 *3
11-20 *4
21-30 *5
31+ *6


If you are looking for Legendary Pokemon or Shiny Pokemon, then you should visit our other guides showing you where you can find them.

Legendary Pokemon

Rare Pokemon

Alolan Pokemon

Mega Pokemon

Shiny Pokemon

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Not sure who evolves from what? Have a look at our Evolution Chart.

Pokemon Lets Go Evolution Chart

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