. While nidoking is a more rounded poison type with base attack of 92 and an average of 80 base stat in all other stats. Tue Jul 14, 2009 1:57 pm I've been planning this out for a while, hehe. Snorlax: This guy is probably the hardest one to take down. So, it is with a heavy heart that I announce my permanent leave of Psypoke. Rattata is a very strong and fast pokemon in spite of its appearance and learns very powerful moves such as hyper fang and super fang. The best flyer available really early in the game aka, as soon as you get Pokeballs is easily Spearow.
Will shares two Pokemon with his predecessor, Jynx and Slowbro. Try for a Blastoise, if not Slowbro. Geodude is a must have. Well, here's my opinion on this. I got mine in union cave. Aerodactyl is next and can also be taken out with Surf, though Rock Slide and Wing Attack might put a dent in your Kingdra if its slower. As for the darkrai comment, this is poke crystal second gen! Beware of Tyranitar and Machamp though.
Building a solid campaign team to beat the gen 2 games is harder and less liberal than in later generations due to a couple of reasons. I emphasize that speed is important again. Lugia Gust, Recover, Hydro Pump, Gust. Typhlosion: flamethrower, earthquake, thunderpunch, toxic Espeon: psychic, morning sun, shadow ball, sunny day Dragonite: ice beam, outrage, steel wing, hyper beam Vileplume: sludge bomb, solarbeam, gigadrain, attract Golduck: slash, psychic, light screen, hydropump Ampharos: thunderbolt, ice punch, light screen, body slam. Here's the moves that would make it almost unbeatable: 1. If you started with Typhlosion, use its Flamethrower to quickly kill off Jynx and Exeggutor. Gastly will be very useful against many types of pokemon.
Picking a starter This is mostly based on preference, but I'll give some pointers to all three. Of course this will most likely change the second I get the game and I'll end up with a complete team of sunflora and 1 Bellosom. If you need a Psychic team, definitely roll with Espeon. The fact that the games had entirely different stories but had the same villains in the same place tied up a lot of loose ends and helped push it up the list. .
Drop Metronome and Substitute on Mewtwo for Flamethrower and Shadow Ball, Substitute is unnecessary and Metronome is too risky. Like before you can't stop to heal at the Pokemon Center or buy more items at the Poke Mart so be fully prepared going in. Right now this is what I had in mind for my final team setup: Feraligatr, Crobat, Umbreon, Heracross, Kadabra, Arcanine. . Jynx is similar, but has the ability to put you to sleep via Lovely Kiss instead.
Excuse me, Zapdos knows Rain Dance. . Hitmontop can't do much damage to you unless it uses Dig, in which case it should be Earthquaked. Fortunately for generation seven, the games did have more memorable characters. Teach it moves like Razor Leaf, Sleep Powder, Sludge Bomb, Toxic, Sunny Day, and Solarbeam to name a few.
This Behemoth could be equipped for both Wallbreaking or Stalling purposes. Blissy's base special attack stat of 75 leaves much to be desired. Let me know what you think? Now, I wish all those who happen to be reading this message good luck in whatever endeavors you have chosen to pursue, and that your futures be bright. Overall, the main thing keeping generation four from being a little higher is the fact that the other games were just better. Pidgey is relatively stronger in defense than Spearow, but Spearow definately has superior attack and speed. Examples are Golem and Sudowoodo. I really can't see why.
If anything is better than paralizing, it's freezing since it leaves the pokemon completely unuseable. Punish the Dragonite with a strong Ice-type or Dragon-type move of your own to end the battle and claim the title of League champion. Thunder and Thunder punch should do a lot of damage. Gyarados might be a good choice here as it resists Fighting-type moves and hurts badly Onix with Surf, just watch out for Rock Slide. After putting the hounds to sleep, switch in your Swiper and put them as low as possible to increase the odds of getting yourself a new pet dog. He would be a nice defensive wall with a strong attack stat to hit people back real hard with earthquake.
All you get is a Pokémon susceptible to more attacks. . For electric types you can catch a Chinchou by fishing in the water at New Bark Town with a Good Rod. It learns Fly, Cut, and False Swipe. I find him to be good from a stat perspective but not really great from a movepool perspective his is very limited which is my problem with him in crystal version. To add to its annoyance factor, it can use Protect to block your moves or Explosion to take something out with it. Even so, he proves to be a formidable final test in the Elite Four challenge.