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    Default Re: TAKE NOTE: All in-game teams go here.

    Here's my team:

    King the Empoleon:
    Modest/Focus Sash/Torrent
    EVs/Def134/SpAtk252/SpDef124
    Surf, Grass knot, Aqua jet, Ice beam

    My wall/special attacker. It can survive most non-STAB thunderbolt without focus sash then hit back with torrent boosted surf. If that doesnt do the trick then torrented aqua jet can finish off most weakened targets.


    Tankor the Metagross:
    Careful/Leftovers/ClearBody
    EVs/Atk252/Def124/SpDef134
    Meteor mash, Hammer arm, Earthquake, Bullet punch

    The physical version of King. It can take a beating then dish one out.(When I get HG I may replace Bullet punch with gravity so he can take out levitated pokemon like bronzong/rotom)


    Draciaria the Salamence:
    Adamant/Life orb/Intimidate
    EVs/Atk255/Spd255
    Fire fang, Stone edge, Aerial ace, Dragon claw

    My physical sweeper. Packs a huge punch.


    Flora the Roserade
    Timid/Focus sash/NaturalCure
    EVs/SpAtk255/Spd255
    Sleep powder, Toxic spikes, Sludge bomb, Energy ball

    My lead. Its strategy is pretty straight forward, Sleep the target, set up toxic spikes then attack/switch out


    Maximus the Yanmega
    Mild/Silver powder/SpeedBoost
    EVs/Hp4/SpAtk253/Spd253
    Air slash, Bug buzz, Protect, U-turn

    My super speedy scout. It uses protect to gain a free speed boost then either
    u-turn out or fight. A great counter against most psychic, grass or dark types. Its holding silver powder to boost the power of bug buzz and u-turn,its most often used moves. Also thanks to protect and speed boost if it stays in long enough it can out speed some very fast pokemon.


    Shaggy the Mamoswine
    Lonely/Light clay/SnowCloak
    EVs/Hp4/Atk253/Spd253
    Ice shard, Earthquake, Reflect, Light screen

    My pseudo-legend counter/dual screener. Can pretty much destroy every pseudo-legendary with a STAB Ice shard or STAB Earthquake. Greatly helps its team mates' survivability by setting the screens up.
    Last edited by Jaxon; 23rd January 2010 at 02:54 AM. Reason: Changed them a bit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackwriter View Post
    Can someone comment my team?Cuz I'm gonna try getting the symbols in emerald.

    Latios-leftovers
    hp 164/164
    attack-100
    defense-100
    sp.atk-153
    sp.def=129
    speed-135

    moves
    recover
    refresh
    luster purge
    shadow ball

    Magneton-dire hit
    Nature-Hardy
    hp-127/127
    attack 78
    defense-123
    sp.atk-153
    sp.def-90
    speed-91

    moves
    thunder
    spark
    shock wave
    substitute

    Wailord-sea incense
    Nature-rash
    hp-239/239
    attack-121
    defense-73
    sp.atk-128
    sp.def-63
    speed-77

    moves
    surf
    dive
    water sprout
    rest

    Swellow-quick claw
    nature-mild
    hp-135/135
    attack-133
    defense-76
    sp.atk-73
    sp.def-66
    speed-147

    moves
    endeavor
    fly
    wing attack
    aerial ace

    Kadabra-focus band
    Nature-serious
    hp-122/122
    attack-52
    defense-43
    sp.atk-141
    sp.def-83
    speed-128

    moves
    Recover
    Psybeam
    future sight
    Physic

    Glalie-Nevermeltice
    nature-hardy
    hp-159/159
    attack 96
    defense-91
    sp.atk-92
    sp.def-94
    speed-100

    moves
    Hail
    protect
    blizzard
    ice beam

    I'm also planning to raise my Gligar to 50 since its only weak against ice and water.I'm also planning to raise wobbuffet. Please comment.
    Not bad but they're natures aren't great. You should really evolve kadabra(by trade) and focus bands are kinda unreliable.Swellow are already pretty fast so they probably don't need quick claw. Also, im pretty sure pokemon cant use dire hit,X accuracy or anything like that by themselves in battle (u have to use it on them) so make ur magneton hold something else like a magnet or something. Also replace wailord's dive with rain dance since it decreases fire damage, increases water damage and gives thunder 100% accuracy and make him hold a lum berry or a chesto berry to make him wake up from rest instantly.


    Wobuffet are pretty good but gligar aren't so good(until d/p came along and gave him an awesome evolution).
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    Default Re: TAKE NOTE: All in-game teams go here.

    Can anyone help me with my team that I asked about earlier? Help is much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapper954 View Post
    Here's my team; please make any corrections that you see fit and any suggestions are welcome:

    Typhlosion:
    Flamethrower
    Focus Blast
    ?
    ?

    Kingdra
    Dragon Pulse
    Surf
    Ice Beam
    Agility

    Gengar
    Dark Pulse
    Shadow Ball
    Sludge Bomb
    ?

    Alakazam
    Psychic
    Calm Mind
    Recover
    ?

    Ampharos
    Discharge
    Signal Beam
    Power Gem
    ?

    Heracross
    Aerial Ace
    Night Slash
    Brick Break
    Megahorn


    I'm not exactly sure if these are the best pokemon for the Elite Four, so much help is wanted and accepted. Thanks!
    Typhlosion can learn some stronger fire type moves like Erruption(lv53) or Overheat(tm) you could also teach him Hidden power(tm) and check what type it is and how strong or even Will-o-wisp(tm) since it halves the target's attack and burns. You could teach gengar Thunderbolt(tm) or Energy ball (by tm). Alakazam can also learn Energy ball (though you dont get the TM till after the elite 4) or better yet Reflect(tm) to make up for its poor defense. You may want to make the last move of ampharos light screen (tm or lv51) to boost your team's sp.def. And for hercross stone edge(tm) is always a strong choice and it makes up for his weakness to flying and fire.

    These guys are pretty good they should be able to handle the elite 4 well.
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    Default Re: TAKE NOTE: All in-game teams go here.

    I'll just post my top 2:

    Absol (Moonshade)(LVL.100)
    -Night Slash
    -Perish Song
    -Swords Dance
    -Giga Impact
    ----My prized Pokemon, Moonshade is my most powerful team member and acts as my Tank/Emergency fighter. When caught in a pickle, I eaither use Moonshade to steamroll or perish song me out. My pride and Joy. :D

    Luxray (Blakzap) (LVL. 100)
    -Thunder Fang
    -Discharge
    -Strength
    -Thunder
    ----My Absol's second half, and my zap-tastic second favorite, i can succesfully sweep the post-N.Dex E4 with him. He and Absol make my perfefct double battle team. Love my Blakzap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaxon View Post
    Typhlosion can learn some stronger fire type moves like Erruption(lv53) or Overheat(tm) you could also teach him Hidden power(tm) and check what type it is and how strong or even Will-o-wisp(tm) since it halves the target's attack and burns. You could teach gengar Thunderbolt(tm) or Energy ball (by tm). Alakazam can also learn Energy ball (though you dont get the TM till after the elite 4) or better yet Reflect(tm) to make up for its poor defense. You may want to make the last move of ampharos light screen (tm or lv51) to boost your team's sp.def. And for hercross stone edge(tm) is always a strong choice and it makes up for his weakness to flying and fire.

    These guys are pretty good they should be able to handle the elite 4 well.
    Thanks! I was wondering if maybe I should trade the Alakazam for Espeon? And if I did, what should its moveset be?

    And also, I don't know if this is the right place for it or not, but how does Hidden Power actually work? I've been confused by this. I've checked websites but, for some reason, it isn't just clicking with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapper954 View Post
    Thanks! I was wondering if maybe I should trade the Alakazam for Espeon? And if I did, what should its moveset be?

    And also, I don't know if this is the right place for it or not, but how does Hidden Power actually work? I've been confused by this. I've checked websites but, for some reason, it isn't just clicking with me.
    In my opinion espeon is alot stronger than alakazam. The only dowside is its puny move pool. I own an espeon and here are the moves i taught it:

    reflect
    morning sun
    psychic
    calm mind

    This set makes him a surprisingly efficient wall/sweeper.
    Its pretty good but it lacks anything to use on dark types. If you do get espeon you can base its moveset off mine.
    Gallade or gardevoir are also good psychic types

    Hidden power's type and power depends on the IVs of the user so its kinda random....
    Last edited by Jaxon; 22nd December 2009 at 02:23 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaxon View Post
    In my opinion espeon is alot stronger than alakazam. The only dowside is its puny move pool. I own an espeon and here are the moves i taught it:

    reflect
    morning sun
    psychic
    calm mind

    This set makes him a surprisingly efficient wall/sweeper.
    Its pretty good but it lacks anything to use on dark types. If you do get espeon you can base its moveset off mine.
    Gallade or gardevoir are also good psychic types

    Hidden power's type and power depends on the IVs of the user so its kinda random....
    Thanks Jaxon. I made up a moveset which had Psychic, Calm Mind and Morning Sun but I didn't know what to fill in for the last slot. I kind of wanted another attacking move (I had in Shadow Ball, but my Gengar already has that, so...) but Reflect might work. Thanks again.

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    Default Re: TAKE NOTE: All in-game teams go here.

    This is my team on Heartgold. I feel like some moves can be improved. Please help! Thanks. :)

    Ampharos –Signal Beam, Thunderbolt, Thunder Wave, Heal Bell
    Togekiss – Nasty Plot, Aura Sphere, Air Slash, Roost
    Vaporeon –Surf, Shadow Ball, Ice Beam, Acid Armor
    Typhlosion–Flamethrower, Sunny Day, Toxic, Eruption
    Shiftry – Nasty Plot, Energy Ball, Extrasensory, Dark Pulse
    Dragonite–Extremespeed, Earthquake, Outrage, Roost

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron View Post
    This is my team on Heartgold. I feel like some moves can be improved. Please help! Thanks. :)

    Ampharos –Signal Beam, Thunderbolt, Thunder Wave, Heal Bell
    Togekiss – Nasty Plot, Aura Sphere, Air Slash, Roost
    Vaporeon –Surf, Shadow Ball, Ice Beam, Acid Armor
    Typhlosion–Flamethrower, Sunny Day, Toxic, Eruption
    Shiftry – Nasty Plot, Energy Ball, Extrasensory, Dark Pulse
    Dragonite–Extremespeed, Earthquake, Outrage, Roost
    This team's not bad.....but you probably should have taught vaporeon toxic since he's better at defense then typhlosion. If you do you may want to give it wish + protect to heal itself(just a suggestion).

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    Default Re: TAKE NOTE: All in-game teams go here.

    Thanks a lot for the suggestions!

    Also, I wonder if you guys can comment on my team in Platinum, and maybe make some suggestions:

    Leafeon – Leaf Blade, Swords Dance, Grasswhistle, Synthesis
    Ninetales – Extrasensory, Confuse Ray, Nasty Plot, Flamethrower
    Lanturn – Thunderbolt, Surf, Ice Beam, Thunder Wave
    Togekiss – Nasty Plot, Aura Sphere, Air Slash, Roost
    Absol – Psycho Cut, Swords Dance, X-Scissor, Sucker Punch
    Dragonite – Dragon Dance, Earthquake, Outrage, Roost
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    Default Re: TAKE NOTE: All in-game teams go here.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pokemon! View Post
    Thanks a lot for the suggestions!

    Also, I wonder if you guys can comment on my team in Platinum, and maybe make some suggestions:

    Leafeon – Leaf Blade, Swords Dance, Grasswhistle, Synthesis
    Ninetales – Extrasensory, Confuse Ray, Nasty Plot, Flamethrower
    Lanturn – Thunderbolt, Surf, Ice Beam, Thunder Wave
    Togekiss – Nasty Plot, Aura Sphere, Air Slash, Roost
    Absol – Psycho Cut, Swords Dance, X-Scissor, Sucker Punch
    Dragonite – Dragon Dance, Earthquake, Outrage, Roost
    You might want to teach leafeon x-scissor or natural gift and replace grasswhistle since its low accuracy makes it unreliable. Lanturn's not very strong so you might want to consider getting electivire or magnezone, also you could replace dragonite's roost with an elemental punch.

    I forgot to mention to teach typhlosion in your other team solarbeam.

    (Seems like i'm the only one commenting on teams lately XD)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaxon View Post
    You might want to teach leafeon x-scissor or natural gift and replace grasswhistle since its low accuracy makes it unreliable. Lanturn's not very strong so you might want to consider getting electivire or magnezone, also you could replace dragonite's roost with an elemental punch.

    I forgot to mention to teach typhlosion in your other team solarbeam.

    (Seems like i'm the only one commenting on teams lately XD)
    Nah, Lanturn is awesome. If you invest in Special Defense, Special Attack, and Speed, it becomes a tank. :)

    I would teach Leafeon X-Scissor, but I already taught it to Absol. I might make Leafeon relearn Sunny Day to boost Ninetales, but Grasswhistle has been helpful, since it gives me one or two turns to use Swords Dance.

    I don't think I want to teach Dragonite an elemental punch, because an Outrage does about as much damage as a super effective punch.

    Thanks for the help! :)

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    Default Re: TAKE NOTE: All in-game teams go here.

    ANYONE wanna comment on my team...pleasseeee?
    Last edited by Jaxon; 26th December 2009 at 04:55 AM.

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    Default Re: TAKE NOTE: All in-game teams go here.

    Here's my team; please make any corrections that you see fit and any suggestions are welcome:
    Infernape lv.51 timid
    Sitrus berry
    Stealth rock
    Close Combat
    Flare Blitz
    Slack off

    Garchomp lv.100 Naughty
    Lum Berry
    False swipe-temporary
    Dragon Claw
    Crunch
    Earthquake

    Luxray lv.76 Careful
    Shed Shell
    Thunderbolt
    Thunder
    Crunch
    Superpower

    Metagross lv.77 Naughty
    Razor fang
    Hammer arm
    Ariel ace
    Meteor mash
    Earthquake

    Uxie lv.53 Docile
    Scope lens
    Yawn
    Endure
    Hyper Beam
    Psychic

    Empoleon lv.78 Calm
    Leftovers
    Ice beam
    Drill Peck
    Hydro Pump
    Surf
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