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

    I imported some pokemon into my white. Right now I have:

    Persian
    Level 45
    Pay Day
    Toxic
    Slash
    Hone Claws

    Primeape
    Level 35
    Brick Break
    Focus Energy
    Rock Slide
    Seismic Toss

    Fearow
    Level 48
    Agility
    Fly
    Roost
    Drill Peck

    Spheal
    Level 49
    Surf
    Frost Breath
    Blizzard
    Shear Cold

    Aggron
    Level 43
    Rock Slide
    Dragon Tail
    Iron Head
    Metal Sound

    I know to level my Spheal up twice to evolve it into Walrein. But I need help with my move sets, and what last Pokemon to add to my party.


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

    Erm, my team on the second to last page has not been rated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drakon View Post
    Physical or special based?

    For the physical, you've got Mamoswine, Beartic and Weavile. Special, Jynx or Glaceon.

    Though, teaching Ice Beam to a non-ice type with high SP attack seems like a better option. If only because ice has five weaknesses, three of which are common types used in attacking.

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    Well, here's my team:

    Scolipede (Lv 56) - Serious - Poison Point - Black Sludge
    - Megahorn
    - Rock Slide
    - Earthquake
    - Poison Jab

    Volcarona (Lv 82) - Modest - Flame Body - Shell Bell
    - Heat Wave
    - Quiver Dance
    - Bug Buzz
    - Fire Blast

    Samurott (Lv 91) - Quirky - Torrent - Mystic Water
    - Waterfall
    - Hydro Pump
    - Surf
    - Ice Beam

    Zebstrika (Lv 91 - Brave - Motor Drive - Magnet
    - Thrash
    - Thunderbolt
    - Flame Charge
    - Wild Charge

    Braviary (Lv 82) - Impish - Sheer Force - Leftovers
    - Superpower
    - Brave Bird
    - Rock Slide
    - Fly

    Liepart (Lv 66) - Quiet -Limber - None
    - Thief
    - Grass Knot
    - Night Slash
    - Echoed Voice
    The only problem about your team is that the levels are too far apart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aristides View Post
    I focus on stab alot and save my pokemon from super affective hits as so:

    Swampert
    Surf+earthquake+dig= stab
    ice beam for annoying grass types.

    Rayquaza
    Fly+dragon claw=stab
    Flamethrower for ice types
    Thunderbolt for water types who know ice type attacks
    Dragon claw for dragon types

    Castform
    Hail+sunny day+rain dance=weather balls power going to 100+stab=150 pwr!
    weather ball for stab+ super affective

    Breloom
    Sky uppercut+giga drain+ solerbeam+stab= extreme damage
    streangth because I don't know what else to teach him

    Sableye (not super affected by anything, look it up+ not affected by normal/fighting)
    Shadow ball+feint attack=stab
    Psycic (because I said so)
    Arial ace (figting types absolute worst nightmare)

    Raichu (incomplete)
    Thunder+thunderbolt=stab
    Slam
    (soon to replace quick attack with iron tail, sadly not too soon)

    As you can see my pokemon dont know growl or any stat changing move. When someone is beating my pokemon into comas I dont care about stats. I also dont have hm slaves.
    Now, the last part irks me. Growl sucks. But generalization is bad. You can't compare Growl to stuff like Sunny Day, which would be vital for saving Swampert from Grass-types, giving Breloom an invincible SolarBeam, and giving Rayquaza extra power on Flamethrower. And remember; never give a Pokémon moves that contradict it's general stats. Think of Rampardos-best physical attacker in the metagame aside from Deoxys-A, and awful Sp-Atk. So ya don't give it Surf, right? Because while it has higher base power than Waterfall, due to stats it only does half damage.Also, don't forget stats in general. I would drop Castform, really all it can get with stab Weather Ball is, like, 65, maybe 75. You can't have Hail, Rain, and Sunny Day all on at once, you can't have Castform as three types at once. Stats matter more than they seem, and always balance teams.
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    Default Re: TAKE NOTE: All in-game teams go here.

    Samurott Lv. 81
    Hydro Cannon
    Swords Dance
    Ice Beam
    Surf

    Zekrom Lv. 81
    Dragon Claw
    Psychic
    Fusion Bolt
    Thunder Bolt


    Fly
    Air Slash
    Razor Wind
    Sky Attack


    Victini Lv. 81
    Thunderbolt
    Shadow Ball
    Psychic
    Searing Shot


    Darmanitan Lv. 81
    Fire Punch
    Flare Blitz
    Thrash
    Hammer Arm


    Cobalion Lv. 80
    Swords Dance
    Retaliate
    Iron Head
    Sacred Sword

    Alright so this is my team for my White Version. Basically I just want some opinions on it. I know that Unfezant's an awful pokemon but it was my little cousins favorite new pokemon so I promised her i'd have it on my team :p This is from my first run through the game and i'm pretty happy with what i've accomplished and the other pokemon i've caught so i'm not planning on restarting this one. I'll probably just trade some newly hatched pokemon over to my Black version once it arrives.


    ^Thanks for the advice. I haven't even looked at this game in months so i'm not sure what I was thinking with the movepools. I was pretty confident when I looked at it the other day that it didn't matter since this team is in-game and they're at such a high level. I was originally gonna have Pansear on the team, but I discovered how much it sucked so I chucked it. Since it was a fire type I wanted to replace it with another fire type. Did some research and found that Darmanitan had a lot of potential so I threw him in there.
    Last edited by Thundagere; 8th August 2011 at 12:17 AM.

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

    Blue, just so you know, Zekrom has much higher attack than sp. attack. With that in mind, have you considered Wild Charge instead of Thunderbolt?
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    Default Re: TAKE NOTE: All in-game teams go here.

    Sorry about the mistake, I'll post here.

    ^Thanks for the advice. I haven't even looked at this game in months so i'm not sure what I was thinking with the movepools. I was pretty confident when I looked at it the other day that it didn't matter since this team is in-game and they're at such a high level. I was originally gonna have Pansear on the team, but I discovered how much it sucked so I chucked it. Since it was a fire type I wanted to replace it with another fire type. Did some research and found that Darmanitan had a lot of potential so I threw him in there.
    Darmanitan does do well, but if he gets hit super effetively, he's down. Be careful.
    And like you say, you're right, in-game at high levels, your team could be all bidoof and it wouldn't matter. THe only thing i'd still say is to replace Samurott's Swords Dance iwth Megahorn for coverage.

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    ^^No I hadn't thought of that at all, but thanks i'll switch it out

    ^Yeah i'll get rid of Megahorn whenever I start playing White again. Just restarted my LeagGreen so i'm gonna work on that for a while.

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

    This is for the Elite Four.

    Lv46 Serperior
    -Slam
    -Leaf Tornado
    -Leaf Blade
    -Mega Drain

    Lv46 Excadrill
    -Dig
    -Earthquake
    -Rock Slide
    -Strength

    Lv48 Ferrothorn
    -Power Whip
    -Selfdestruct
    -Iron Head
    -Mirror Shot

    Lv46 Escavalier
    -Iron Head
    -X-Scissor
    -Bug Buzz
    -Slash

    Lv46 Chandelure
    -Shadow Ball
    -Will-O-Wisp
    -Hex
    -Flame Burst

    Lv46 Swoobat
    -Air Slash
    -Fly
    -Air Cutter
    -Psychic

    Please leave a comment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ParaBob-omb View Post
    This is for the Elite Four.

    Lv46 Serperior
    -Slam
    -Leaf Tornado
    -Leaf Blade
    -Mega Drain

    Lv46 Excadrill
    -Dig
    -Earthquake
    -Rock Slide
    -Strength

    Lv48 Ferrothorn
    -Power Whip
    -Selfdestruct
    -Iron Head
    -Mirror Shot

    Lv46 Escavalier
    -Iron Head
    -X-Scissor
    -Bug Buzz
    -Slash

    Lv46 Chandelure
    -Shadow Ball
    -Will-O-Wisp
    -Hex
    -Flame Burst

    Lv46 Swoobat
    -Air Slash
    -Fly
    -Air Cutter
    -Psychic

    Please leave a comment.
    I have serperior and swoobat on my elite 4 (first time) team which I am training now. I can't say much about the other 4 though.

    serperior- if you are going to put slam/leaf tornado in its moveset you should replace something (not leaf blade) with coil because it kind of helps with accuracy. Slam especially has an accuracy problem!

    Swoobat- Love that you have psychic and air slash on it, even fly (for conveniants and its a better move in gen 5). Air cutter though could be replacable with a strong special attack move (shadow ball maybe or one of similar strength). Once I got air slash I got rid of air cutter, because it looked like an upgrade to the move. Just one guy's opinion, great pokemon team.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by ParaBob-omb View Post
    This is for the Elite Four.

    Lv46 Serperior
    -Slam
    -Leaf Tornado
    -Leaf Blade
    -Mega Drain

    Lv46 Excadrill
    -Dig
    -Earthquake
    -Rock Slide
    -Strength

    Lv48 Ferrothorn
    -Power Whip
    -Selfdestruct
    -Iron Head
    -Mirror Shot

    Lv46 Escavalier
    -Iron Head
    -X-Scissor
    -Bug Buzz
    -Slash

    Lv46 Chandelure
    -Shadow Ball
    -Will-O-Wisp
    -Hex
    -Flame Burst

    Lv46 Swoobat
    -Air Slash
    -Fly
    -Air Cutter
    -Psychic

    Please leave a comment.
    This is a very solid team.
    Serperior: Replace Mega train with coil and you might want to replace leaf tornado with something like aerial ace.
    Excadrill: Replace dig with X-scizor.
    Ferrothorn: Remove mirror shot and self destruct and put in curse and payback.
    Escavalier:Remove bug buzz and replace it with something like poison jab or aerial ace.
    Chandelure:Good set.
    Swoobat:Remove air cutter and put in something like charge beam.
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    My Soulsilver Team.


    Pupitar

    Level 36
    Careful Nature

    Item: Focus Sash

    Ability: Shed Skin

    Attack: 75
    Defense: 67
    Sp. Attack: 62
    Sp. Def:71
    Speed:57

    Dark pulse
    Rock Slide
    Earthquake
    Torment



    Ursaring

    Level 36

    Docile Nature

    Item: Quick Claw

    Ability: Quick Feet

    Attack: 108
    Defense: 71
    Sp. Attack: 75
    Sp. Defense: 68
    Speed: 57

    Facade
    Bulk Up
    Aerial Ace
    Shadow Claw



    Victreebel Level 36

    Lax Nature

    Item: Charti Berry

    Ability: Chlorophyll

    Attack: 89
    Defense: 68
    Sp. Attack: 93
    Sp. Defense: 55
    Speed: 68

    Natural Gift (Rock Type)
    Sunny Day
    Solarbeam
    Attract



    Lapras Level: 36

    Calm Nature

    Item: Nevermeltice

    Ability: Water Absorb

    Attack: 69
    Defense: 79
    Sp. Attack: 78
    Sp. Def: 91
    Speed: 60

    Surf
    Ice Beam
    Perish Song
    Psychic



    Hypno Level: 37

    Jolly Nature

    Item: Big Root

    Ability: Insomnia

    Attack: 70
    Defense: 74
    Sp. Attack: 70
    Sp. Defense: 107
    Speed: 75

    Drain Punch
    Hypnosis
    Dream Eater
    Psychic



    Togekiss Level: 37

    Gentle Nature

    Item: Kings Rock

    Ability: Serene Grace

    Attack: 51
    Defense: 82
    Sp. Attack: 113
    Sp. Defense: 118
    Speed: 76

    Shadow Ball
    Air Slash
    Aura Sphere
    Flamethrower



    evaluate?

    And don't give me shit for low levels, obviously that will be fixed in time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prof. Cypress View Post
    My Soulsilver Team.


    Pupitar

    Level 36
    Careful Nature

    Item: Focus Sash

    Ability: Shed Skin

    Attack: 75
    Defense: 67
    Sp. Attack: 62
    Sp. Def:71
    Speed:57

    Dark pulse
    Rock Slide
    Earthquake
    Torment

    Why would you put a special attack on a physical attacker? Other than that, unless you want physical/special coverage, pretty useless

    Ursaring

    Level 36

    Docile Nature

    Item: Quick Claw

    Ability: Quick Feet

    Attack: 108
    Defense: 71
    Sp. Attack: 75
    Sp. Defense: 68
    Speed: 57

    Facade
    Bulk Up
    Aerial Ace
    Shadow Claw

    Pretty good, only thing is that Dragon Types or bulky Steel types will wall this.

    Victreebel Level 36

    Lax Nature

    Item: Charti Berry

    Ability: Chlorophyll

    Attack: 89
    Defense: 68
    Sp. Attack: 93
    Sp. Defense: 55
    Speed: 68

    Natural Gift (Rock Type)
    Sunny Day
    Solarbeam
    Attract

    Looks good though you might want to think about swapping attract if you want more coverage.

    Lapras Level: 36

    Calm Nature

    Item: Nevermeltice

    Ability: Water Absorb

    Attack: 69
    Defense: 79
    Sp. Attack: 78
    Sp. Def: 91
    Speed: 60

    Surf
    Ice Beam
    Perish Song
    Psychic

    Pretty classic set. Really don't see the use of Perish Song because you could easily sweep with lapras instead of making it rely on killing itself to kill the enemy.

    Hypno Level: 37

    Jolly Nature

    Item: Big Root

    Ability: Insomnia

    Attack: 70
    Defense: 74
    Sp. Attack: 70
    Sp. Defense: 107
    Speed: 75

    Drain Punch
    Hypnosis
    Dream Eater
    Psychic

    Why 2 Physic type moves? Or is Dream Eater Ghost type? Anyways dark types will kill and murder this dude without any effort

    Togekiss Level: 37

    Gentle Nature

    Item: Kings Rock

    Ability: Serene Grace

    Attack: 51
    Defense: 82
    Sp. Attack: 113
    Sp. Defense: 118
    Speed: 76

    Shadow Ball
    Air Slash
    Aura Sphere
    Flamethrower

    Good

    evaluate?
    4 of your pokes are weak to fighting.

    And nothing else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prof. Cypress View Post
    My Soulsilver Team.


    Pupitar

    Level 36
    Careful Nature

    Item: Focus Sash

    Ability: Shed Skin

    Attack: 75
    Defense: 67
    Sp. Attack: 62
    Sp. Def:71
    Speed:57

    Dark pulse
    Rock Slide
    Earthquake
    Torment



    Ursaring

    Level 36

    Docile Nature

    Item: Quick Claw

    Ability: Quick Feet

    Attack: 108
    Defense: 71
    Sp. Attack: 75
    Sp. Defense: 68
    Speed: 57

    Facade
    Bulk Up
    Aerial Ace
    Shadow Claw



    Victreebel Level 36

    Lax Nature

    Item: Charti Berry

    Ability: Chlorophyll

    Attack: 89
    Defense: 68
    Sp. Attack: 93
    Sp. Defense: 55
    Speed: 68

    Natural Gift (Rock Type)
    Sunny Day
    Solarbeam
    Attract



    Lapras Level: 36

    Calm Nature

    Item: Nevermeltice

    Ability: Water Absorb

    Attack: 69
    Defense: 79
    Sp. Attack: 78
    Sp. Def: 91
    Speed: 60

    Surf
    Ice Beam
    Perish Song
    Psychic



    Hypno Level: 37

    Jolly Nature

    Item: Big Root

    Ability: Insomnia

    Attack: 70
    Defense: 74
    Sp. Attack: 70
    Sp. Defense: 107
    Speed: 75

    Drain Punch
    Hypnosis
    Dream Eater
    Psychic



    Togekiss Level: 37

    Gentle Nature

    Item: Kings Rock

    Ability: Serene Grace

    Attack: 51
    Defense: 82
    Sp. Attack: 113
    Sp. Defense: 118
    Speed: 76

    Shadow Ball
    Air Slash
    Aura Sphere
    Flamethrower



    evaluate?

    And don't give me shit for low levels, obviously that will be fixed in time.
    Pupitar: not bad replace torment with some other coverage move,dark pulse can be replaced with crunch once it learns it.
    Ursaring: Replace arial ace with brick break or dig or hammer arm.
    Victreebel:Good
    Lapras:Remove perish song.Its not useful in-game.Thunderbolt,body slam all are better.
    Hypno:Not bad
    Togekiss:Excellent.but you might want to consider t-wave.Twave + serene grace + air slash=mass murderer.

    @Jack of Blades
    No,dragon types don't wall ursaring.
    Dream eater is psychic and he can use drain punch to dent dark types.
    Only three of his pokes are weak to fighting and fighting pokes stand no chance against hypno and togekiss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rutvik View Post
    Pupitar: not bad replace torment with some other coverage move,dark pulse can be replaced with crunch once it learns it.
    Ursaring: Replace arial ace with brick break or dig or hammer arm.
    Victreebel:Good
    Lapras:Remove perish song.Its not useful in-game.Thunderbolt,body slam all are better.
    Hypno:Not bad
    Togekiss:Excellent.but you might want to consider t-wave.Twave + serene grace + air slash=mass murderer.

    @Jack of Blades
    No,dragon types don't wall ursaring.
    Dream eater is psychic and he can use drain punch to dent dark types.
    Only three of his pokes are weak to fighting and fighting pokes stand no chance against hypno and togekiss.

    Thanks, And I've replaced drain punch on my hypno to focus blast with 7pp, a much more effective defense.

    Pupitar also just learned crunch, so that's pretty cool.

    As for perish song, I went with t-bolt. :P

    Thanks for your advice!

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