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by , 21st March 2013 at 10:06 PM (195 Views)
just when i think i finally got a good team for the inter. wifi tornoment, i still get my ass kicked

WHYYYY? D:

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  1. Dolce's Avatar
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    What's your team, their moves, and natures? :o
  2. Karamazov's Avatar
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    What's your team? And don't worry, you just need time and a little luck. Then you'll be rolling in wins!
  3. はるひ's Avatar
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    Scolipede
    -crunch
    -steam roller
    -rock climb
    Tornadous
    -air cutter
    -air slash
    -crunch
    -psychic
    Heatren
    -lava plume
    -earthquake
    Empoleon
    -brick break
    -ice beam
    -flash cannon
    Victreebel
    -leaf blade
    Terrikoin
    -sacred swoard
    -stone edge


    some moves are gone because sine they are in the battle box, i don't have a good memory of them unless i am actually playing right this second.
  4. Dolce's Avatar
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    *Resist urge to go on a competitive playing rant* Well the team is well rounded, but maybe if you taught them some better moves to take advantage of their stats?
    Bubble Frog likes this.
  5. Typhlosionisafirebadger's Avatar
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    yea, taking advantage of their natures helps,
  6. はるひ's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dolce
    *Resist urge to go on a competitive playing rant* Well the team is well rounded, but maybe if you taught them some better moves to take advantage of their stats?
    i actually want to go into competitive playing so i don;t mind XD

    yeah i would agree.
  7. Dolce's Avatar
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    Then in that case definitely take a look at their natures! For every Pokemon there's a few natures that can bring out their full potential imo. And if you really want to get competitive (even if it's just to a degree) I suggest learning about IVs, and EVs cause every stat point can make a difference when battling. And finally the final vital ingredient to training up Pokemon is their movesets, I suggest going into battles with rounded movesets rather than sets with two types of the same move like your Tornadus having Air Slash and Air Cutter since it's a waste of a moveslot and you can probably teach it something better. :)
  8. Typhlosionisafirebadger's Avatar
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    also think of priority moves to use like Fake-out and U-turn, they really help
  9. Zexy's Avatar
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    If you wanna try inter tournaments, you have to get into the 100% of competitive training. EVs, IVs, natures, moves, items, and even Pokemon choices have to be made. For example, Victreebel/Scolipede aren't considered quite powerful in competitive.

    The best way to learn is to try an online battle simulator, build a team there, and test it. As soon as you find out the perfect match, it's a bit of race to breed it the way you want, but it really makes a difference for an international championship.

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