Pokemon Silver/Gold Discussion
P.S does anybody know how to create avatars on this thing??
[Edited by tails_prower, 3/26/2006 4:17:34 PM]
feraligatr lvl 100 item: leftovers
ho-oh lvl 80 item: x attack
dragonite lvl 70 item: x attack
tyranitar lvl 69 item: x attack
lugia lvl 65 item: x attack
ditto lvl 50 item: x defend
this team crushes the foe but i think it's missing something?
please anybody give me some advice
wow. looks like im behind. ill post moveset for the first 2/ maybe 3 ppl. the rest of you will hafta wait.
here's my (very rough) team (no movesets yet)
3. Ampharos (w/ thunderbolt)
4. Espeon (w/ bite)
5. Snorlax (w/ rest)
someone please send some advice =]
[Edited by wnpotere, 5/13/2007 11:54:08 AM]
Something for Shibby (a few years over due):
Stuff in parentheses is ok, but I don’t prefer it. Stuff with question marks is bad in general, but works for the pokemon.
The nickname things are also a description of what the pokemon should do.
Jolteon: Lightning Bolt
< Thunder Wave, Thunderbolt/(Thunder), Psych Up/Hidden Power [anti-ground]/(Double Kick?), Double Edge/Take Down >
I’m actually not satisfied with this. Play with it. As long as u keep < Thunder Wave, Thunderbolt/(Thunder) >, you should be fine. Double Edge and Take Down are RBY TMs just in case you didn’t know. Note: unless you’re playing on an emulator or a different version, Jolteon cannot learn baton pass.
Mr. Mime: Helper / Spec. Ops
< Baton pass, Reflect/Light Screen, Barrier, Curse >
< Reflect, Safegaurd, Psychic, Ice Punch >
Mr. Mime isn’t a terrific pokemon. Puts up some defenses, raises some stats, and get the h3ll out of there. Mr. Mime has a good enough special defense so Reflect is better most of time, unless you are using him as a Baton Passer. The second moveset gives him a chance to fight back, albeit minimally and only with special attacks.. Nothing spank-tacular in terms of stats, so I would stick with the first moveset and maybe add in one attack just in case. But he’s mainly a supporting role and would fail if you tried to make him into a stand-alone pokemon.
Primape: Beserker / Kamikaze
< Cross-Chop, Rock Slide/Iron Tail, Hyper Beam/Dynamic Punch, Reversal/(Beat Up?)/(Rest) >
< Rage, Reversal, Focus Energy, Swagger >
Has a pretty high physical attack stat and semi-decent health. Don’t expect it to stand its own for any period of time though. Its defensive stat is very questionable, so he’s best used in conjunction with a reflect from Mr. Mime. Beat Up and Reversal need to be bred onto Primape, and Rock Slide is an RBY TM or can be bred. As both nicknames imply, Primape doesn’t really go defensive. The first moveset is a power attack (meaning the moves have below average accuracies) moveset with Rock Slide/Iron tail to kill flyers and Beat Up to kill psychics. However, Beat Up doesn’t really do that much damage, so Reversal is better, IMO. Rest defeats the nickname for the moveset but makes Primape live slightly longer. Or you could throw in another attack for extra fun. The second moveset is suicide and not as well rounded as the first. The idea is that the more damage you take, the more damage you do. Swagger is to make the enemy do more damage (stupid principle in itself) and Focus Energy is for criticals. Maybe the prefect moveset is somewhere in between the two I give.
I dont think I have the skill to use Mr. Mime effectively though, I'm more of a brawler than battler, I just throw everything I can at them, or have one strategy based on my team which generally works for all opponents
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